SilverFang is one of the commanders keeping his clan together. He faces heavy decisions every day, though the nature of his task is not what gnaws at each mind with every passing moment. It is his clan. Worn by the constant conflict and suppressed by the armor they are forced to wear, his wolves are losing their will to fight.
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To make it worse, one of his subordinates never ceases to question his judgment. The cold logic that kept him alive suddenly seems clunky against the warmth of a touch. The ruthless decisions that kept the clan together waver before the desire to feel and explore things otherwise forbidden to him.
Slowly, SilverFang is reminded of what he had lost through the gentle guidance of his one and only trusted companion.