Meaning: Fairy in Arlgonquin
Age: 3-5 years
Breed: mixed to many different breeds run in her blood
Disablities: None though she becomes partially deaf at an older age.
Great grandmother: Tatyana
Great grandfather: Unknown
Past mate: Brent (left one day and never returned)
Adoptive Foals: TBA
Favored mare: Amadahy(who is being redesigned)
Favored Stallion: TBA
Rider: She has never and will never be riden
Personality: Witty, smart, welcoming, motherly, spirited, brave, stubborn, someone who never gives up especially on the things she sees as important to her. Shes soft hearted though she had a time were she seemed distant, and distracted as well as aggrivated with everyone, she has a heart of gold and wants to help any and every horse or animal she comes across unless they mean her or her herd harm. She can be very protective and has no problem throwing herself in the line of fire. She is always cautious when it comes to the herd and comes up with safety steps and plans for if any one thing were to happen. As a foal she was very playful and odd, and still is when it comes to the young members in the herd, or when shes around Sirius and Amadahy. She hates seeing others hurt and will personally help take care of the injured creature, Chepi is also easily amused or amazed and can be very curious, she will sometimes wonder off if something catches her sight and she doesn't know what it is.
Likes: Strawberries, green grass, waterfalls, lush forests, snow, fruit, sweets, exploring, her home, being looked up to, hearing stories from her grandmother, being a good leader, helping others, nursing the sick or injured back to health.
Dislikes: seeing others hurt
Fear/s: Being a bad leader
Riding Temperment: 11(has never and will never let anyone ride her)
Voice Actress: Emma Watson
Songs: "If I die young" The Katy Perry Band, Stronger- Kelly Clarkson, coming soon
Favored Quote/s: "Curiousity killed the cat but satisfatcion brought it back" , coming soon
History: My name is Chepi and I was born to a small herd called the Muna Chepi herd, during the Yule season. The herd was a very humble herd that excepted many into their home, though most would leave because of how harsh the climate was. I was the only foal during the Yule season that was born, and I was told I had been one of the healthiest foals they had ever seen. As a foal I had a very sweet dispostion that stayed with me into adulthood. I would always stick close to the mares of the herd, especially my grandparents. They were always telling me magical stories that her mother told her. My favorite being of a fairy princess who lost her way and had a bunch of hard trials but in the end flourished and lived a happy life in the end. Always captivated by the stories I prided myself on my name Chepi meaning fairy thinking I would be like the princess and no matter what stay strong, and try to keep on the right path. As I got older more foals were born and I finally had friends to play with as well as my half brother who was born to another mare in the herd shortly after I hit my 9 months mark
Amadahy was one of the foals I grew close with we stuck together like sap to a tree along with Sirius of course.
When I hit 1 year two herds of horses walked through our home my mother welcomed them to the herd for as long as they stayed, though the horses weren't to keen on staying with another herd. They moved on quickly though a few horses ended up staying behind Amadahy's future mate and his mother being one of them. I was happy the herd was expanding and soon I would be the leader of the herd!! I always tried my best to help my mother with the herd and when my mother started giving me lessons on being lead mare I always listened closely. I was so excited when my mother would praise me for my hardwork, but would also scold me for starting to lose myself in the process. Soon the lessons and being the best I could be came first before anything
I had gotten crappy with lack of sleep and more and more annoyed when I would mess it, But as stubborn as I was I wouldn't give up I couldn't..this herd had a hard enough time and now that it was expanding I had to become a good leader to ensure the safety of the herd and its home.
At 2 years a terrible storm hit our herd, a few of the young foals ended up dieing as well as a couple of elders, my grandfather and great grandmother being two of the now deceased. It was hard on my mother and grandmother, that year I saw myself for the first time and found myself again. Seeing the herd hurting I learned there was not much we could do except strive to survive and hold onto each other as tight as possible. I learned no matter what happens life could through a curve at you at anytime and you could lose the ones closest to you.
(more to come as more if added to her profile :] meaning year 3-5 will be up as more is added.)
Relation to spirit: The cimmarron herd had passed through their herd at one time.