Post by Deleted on Jun 29, 2017 17:34:04 GMT -6
Description:Known to be a party pack, the Versana Pack is dedicated to the idea that life is something worth celebrating, giving everyone the chance to join. Residing among their own pack lands, they usually plan and hold festivals and games in their own home for all those that are wishing to take part. Messengers are sent out weeks in advance to seek out Alphas and Loners that may wish to take part in the fun held by the pack dubbed "The Party Pack". Visitors, however, must be aware and take head when approaching the pack land, welcomed or not. Any and all sorts of bad intentions if thought out are to happen, the accusing wolf will be dealt with accordingly. &nbsp;This means, fights and arguements among visitors and pack members alike can not be held, hunting without permission is despised against unless it is a part of the pack's games and festivals only. It is then the preyed upon must be brought back for such activities before being given the ok to feast upon.
It is within the festivals that dance, sing and play take part, bringing the whole of Anikira as one, hoping to ease tension that rises outside the pack. But it is those that are among the pack itself, creating Versana to be the party, that members of any art skill is welcomed. It is after a while that they are placed in their ranks to entertain, and attend to guests as well as help fellow pack mates and visitors find the best of their life and to fine tune what they are best at. However, with every visitor that arrives, whether they have been welcomed to arrive by the messenger or not, there is a set of rules, they all must abide by, and that is the following:
1) Do not steal unlawful game from pack lands
2) Fighting will not be tolerated among anybody, aside from a friendly sparring match under the vision of a well trained defender. Only time a non-friendly spar is to take place, is in pure defense with reasonable explanation.
3)While not under the leadership of the Onyeisi or the Huru N'anya, respect is to be given at all times for their place in leading the pack.
4) Enjoy time spent here, and do not feel afraid to take part. What is a party if no fun is to be achieved anyway?
5) Visitors of all kinds are to leave in a friendly, and timely manner. Those who stay and do not seek shelter among the pack, will be given a reward they may not seek.
6) Games that have winners and losers are to be overseen by a skilled Ozi and the end verdict is to be respected to an extent. If there is a problem with the Ozi overseeing the game, another will be appointed.
7) Unless in self-defense or in games, members of Versana and sought out visitors must not be harmed while on pack lands. Those accused of occuring major damages will be dealt with in an order that keeps peace right among the pack lands.
8) If, for some reason, any wolf is injured while upon Versana lands, an Agwo from the pack is to be sought out. Or, if a healer from a visiting pack is present, they are welcomed to help under the given word of the Agwo.
As there are rules for all visitors, there are also rules for those among Versana that must be followed as well, and this is what those rules are:
1) A wolf may not have pups without the permission of the Onyeisi or the Ezinulo's permission. &nbsp;If pups are given, it is to be protected by the Onyeisi or Niche when the parents are away until they are of the age of a year.
2) Respect. It is to be given to those that are of a higher ranking than thee, yet of those in the same ranking. Those ranked lower, are to be given respect where it is given.
3) At a year age, young ones will be given so long to chose a rank among the pack, or can choose to wander on their own to find where it is that they belong. There will be different trails that the young can go through to seek out the path they seek.
4) Messengers of Versana are expected to act with proper manners and courtesy as they speak for the pack in whole. If they are found of disrespect to another, in or out of the pack, their rank can be changed at the word of the Onyeisi or the Ezinulo.
5) Unions and loyalties outside the pack are individually accepted, however wolves should keep in mind that Versana intends to remain neutral in conflicts as it is frowned upon.
6) Violence towards one another, except for in the friendly manner of sparring in games, training or rank changing and respect, is not allowed. A wolf has been punished for more than that.
7) The policy at the border is to ask first, and kill only&nbsp;at the Onyeisi's permission. If killed without, the accused wolf will face the regrets of not asking.
8) The young of the pack are cherished and not to be neglected or mistreated. Punishment for this will be extremely harsh - It does not matter if they are conceived outside of pack laws or within its laws and territory.
9) Only the Onyeisi and Ezinulo may accept new members into the pack, the Ezinulo only accepting to a certain point before the Onyeisi is to be looked upon. (Example: If the Ezinulo suspects the other wolf is to bring harm to Versana, they can call upon the Onyeisi without a second thought).
10) An Onyeisi will choose their successor, and in the case a successor has not been chosen, the Ezinulo will take over and select another Ezinulo.
11) The Huru N'ayna is selected by the wolves of the pack and the Onyeisi joinly, meaning the mate of the Onyeisi must be accepted by the pack.
12) There are no leading ranks for each tier, however youth who have recently chosen to stay with the pack may be guided by elder members.
13) There is no Elder Rank in Versana, however those wolves who have stayed with Versana for a long duration of their lives are to be expected to be treated with afforded respect.
14) A member of the Iru may take on more than one rank within the Iru tier.
15) If a wolf in the Mkpa wishes to change their rank within their tied, they must consult with the Ezinulo. If a wolf the Iru wishes to change rank within their tier, they must consult with the Huru N'anya. If a youth is making a decision about their future or a wolf wishes to change tiers, they must approach the Onyeisi.