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PostSubject: The Full Moon (Amethyst & TJ)   Sat Jan 23, 2016 1:32 pm

November the fourth had come around much too quickly in TJ's mind. It almost seemed like it wanted to ruin the bliss that had come since the last full moon. Bliss was one word for what he and Amethyst had, the day that they'd... been intimate was at the forefront of his mind these days. His feelings stronger for her than before. He couldn't stop thinking about Amethyst when she wasn't around, for she was intoxicating, and TJ was hooked.

But, even with the intoxication, TJ was aware of how he was not enough for her.

The closer the full moon came, the more he worried about her. What if she tried something... what if the fact he always came back from his monthly transfiguration so ill, so tired, pushed her away? What if one day she thought of him as Sapphire had only a month before?

TJ had been a little distant the past week, trying to soften the blow of his illness for his girlfriend. He didn't know how else to deal with the situation, so he tried to keep her from seeing its effect. But he should have known better.

Professor Jameson had escorted TJ from the castle that evening, and he'd followed lethargically, hands in his jeans pockets. The Headmaster was talking, but TJ wasn't really listening. They stayed together until the Whomping Willow, and once TJ had slipped down the hole and along the tunnel, through to the house, Professor Jameson was heading back to the castle.

TJ took up a seat in the middle of the floor, knees pulled up to his chest in that moment. Professor Balan refused to brew the potion that could stop TJ from losing his mind, and TJ had not yet told Professor Jameson that he no longer took it. It was pointless, really, asking for help when so many despised people like him.

Counting down the minutes until the moon was at it's fullest, TJ closed his eyes tight, picturing the witch who meant more than anyone else to him. Focusing on her, and the happiness she brought to him every time they saw one another. TJ held on to that thought, until the shuddering of his skin told him it was time. Gritting his teeth and clenching his fists, the Ravenclaw let out a deep groan of pain. He could feel his legs and arms growing, the hair sprouting over his body, his nose elongated in to a snout and his sounds of pain turned in to whimpers.

Breathing heavy, the werewolf, got to its feet, sniffing the air for the only thing it ever needed - something, no, someone to kill.
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PostSubject: Re: The Full Moon (Amethyst & TJ)   Sat Jan 23, 2016 4:24 pm

This was a big day, and Amethyst was prepared for it. Truth be told, she really did not know whether it would be right, no, safe, to go after TJ today, but that voice inside her kept screaming that she could not leave him. She had promised she wouldn't and she meant it. And even though TJ thought he was a monster, because of his condition, Amethyst could not see that. All she could she was a handsome young man. Her love. Her boyfriend.

So when he kept pushing her away, kind of, thinking that he might hurt her, Amy just did not put up with it. She tried, multiple times, to follow him and spend time with him and basically, not allow him to be alone, thinking he is a monster. But she failed continuously, which made her mad. Really mad and frustrated at herself.

So what she did was hiding herself away in her dorm, and come up with a plan to help TJ, and herself, to be happy and safe. She would prove to him that he could control his condition, even a little bit. All he had to do was trust her. Or maybe, trust something else.

The time came, and Amethyst, dressed in old clothes she didn't care about ripping or losing, sneaked out of the common room and headed towards the grounds, where she knew TJ and the Headmaster would be. She would follow them closely, and when the time came, she would make sure TJ didn't do anything crazy. Like hurting himself.

It didn't take long, as she spotted them coming out of the castle. She followed them close by, hiding herself as best as she could. She wouldn't risk getting caught, and not because she would get detention. But because TJ would not allow her to stay. And this was not acceptable.

They moved towards the Whomping Willow and Amy hid behind some bushes, watching as TJ went down the hole, and the Headmaster moved away slowly, returning back to the castle. They were left alone now, and with every breath she took, the full moon was coming closer.

It didn't take long, and her eyes looked up at the sky, the full moon now shining above her. Immediately, her gaze fell back to her boyfriend, who was now slowly changing right in front of her eyes. The witch wanted to cry, as she could feel the pain he was feeling, the whimpers from this now werewolf form, breaking her heart. He had transformed, and now he wasn't the TJ she knew.

He was a monster.

Amethyst shook her head, not allowing herself to believe words like these. TJ had never been and would never be a monster. And she was going to make sure of it, even if she had to lie to him.

Closing her eyes, she though of everything she had learned with Finley. Being an Animagus was not easy, but now, she had completed her training. But this was the first time she transformed alone. But she could not back out now. This was why she had been training all along!

Slowly, she did feel her body change, the same way she had always felt whenever she turned into her Animagus form. Finley would be proud, she was sure, as her body marveled itself into one of a wolf's and her blonde her had turned into a pure white fur. All Animagi had an identifying mark when they changed into their animal form, and for Amethyst, it was her eyes.

That was why she was hesitant to whether she should appear to TJ. Her bright blue eyes had remained in her wolf form, creating a big contrast with her white fur. She kept in the back of her head the fact that TJ might recognize her, and decided to risk it. It was no on never.

Moving slowly from behind the bush, she allowed the werewolf smell her. She knew he already had, probably, but just in case, she decided to announce her presence with a loud howl. That would be enough to get his attention. From then on, she would have to see how she would deal with him.
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PostSubject: Re: The Full Moon (Amethyst & TJ)   Sat Jan 23, 2016 4:41 pm

The shack had been built for a purpose - TJ had been told - for another student much like himself. The shack prevented him from leaving, kept him from harming a human. The only trouble was, as with any werewolf, when the thirst for human blood was not satiated, they turned on to themselves, hurting themselves, for there was no other way of tasting blood.

That was why TJ always looked so battered after the full moon, because his attention turned to himself. He bit and clawed at his own flesh to feel... good.

As strange as that sounded, it was the way of his kind.

With his claws scratching the floor of the old house, the werewolf continued sniffing - the lingering smell of his own human form making him snarl with want as he followed it around the house to no success. The strongest scent - where he'd been before his transformation, was sending him half mad with blood lust.


A smell touched his senses, a dull growl touched the lips of the great beast, trying to ascertain the location of the other being around him. And then a howl moved up through the house, and TJ's ears pricked up. A deeper growl left his lips as he moved through the door, coming face to face with a white wolf.

The mind of the man who was inside the werewolf was gone. Only a savage beast remained in his place. Placing his front paws on the ground, the werewolf growled louder at the intruder, protecting his territory as the animal instincts instructed. A warning, to leave, in many ways.

But the werewolf made no attempt to attack, simply growling at the wolf before him as he took in the scent. It might have been familiar, but it wasn't able to be placed by the werewolf in that moment.
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PostSubject: Re: The Full Moon (Amethyst & TJ)   Sat Jan 23, 2016 4:51 pm

It didn't take long to get a reaction out of the werewolf, and soon, his head appeared and Amy just remained still. She wouldn't make any fast movements, or else she might end dead. That was not why she had come here though.

She had done her research on werewolves, and she was fully prepared for anything. Though, she still was Amethyst Vine, which meant that even if she knew that something might get her killed, she would do it if it meant protecting TJ. She just couldn't bare to lose him, not now, not ever!
And she would do anything in her power to keep him out of harm's way. Even from himself.

Smelling him as well, she could feel that he was not happy. The TJ she knew was gone completely, and that left her only one choice, since there would no way he would recognise her as a friend right now. She would have to make him fall for her, once again, but this time in wolf form.

Even if both were not a real wolf, Amy knew they both had traits of them. Which meant there was a chance of him mating with her, even though that was not what she was planning. All she needed to do was get him to accommodate to her, in order to calm him down.

The growling remained steady, and Amethyst knew that she couldn't just sit there and wait for something to happen. Keeping her head low, but eyes always in his, she moved slowly towards him, stopping just a few meters away, testing his reactions, before moving even closer, stopping right in front of him. She let out a sound, more like whimper, then pushed her snout into his face, and started licking him. She was going to be playful.
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PostSubject: Re: The Full Moon (Amethyst & TJ)   Sat Jan 23, 2016 5:07 pm

The movement from the wolf before him made the werewolf snarl a little more, obviously discontent, but not moving to make action. He was easily bigger than her, perhaps one and a half times her size. Which made him the dominant force in that moment.

Or, should have.

But as their eyes stayed locked, the werewolf's snarl lessened, marginally. Watching the wolf before him closely as she came closer, the larger of the two did not relent. The hesitation was enough to show - perhaps - the submission of the smaller being, and the werewolf's growl faded, only just there now as she moved closer to him.

The whimpering sound made the werewolf's head cock slightly, trying to understand the sound before the tongue of the female touched his snout, and moved to his face. The werewolf bared his teeth, a low growl coming from it's throat as it continued, using it's head to nudge the female away.

Uncertainty was definitely flooding around the body of the werewolf as it advanced on the white wolf. Unsure as to whether to be defensive, offensive or neither. The werewolf moved forwards, sniffing deeply at the wolf before him. The familiar and yet different smell was the main part of the werewolf's uncertainty, the mind of the beast not able to deduce what he should be doing.

After sniffing the wolf completely, TJ pressed his snout in to her side, shoving her sideways, and then letting out a small howl, testing the being before him with caution.
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PostSubject: Re: The Full Moon (Amethyst & TJ)   Sat Jan 23, 2016 5:39 pm

For some reason, he was taking this much better than she had expected him to take it. Obviously he didn't like her, which was understandable since he didn't know her, neither did he liked the company of another one at this time. All he needed now was the taste of blood to touch his jaws, something that Amy was going to prevent, she hoped.

The confusion she had caused him to feel did not last long, as his aggressive nature revealed itself once more, when he bared his teeth at her and growled deep from his throat. Soon, he pushed her away, earning another whimper from her. He was tougher than he was in real life. Always giving her the hard time.

But even now, a part of her kept believed that he was pushing her away from him, in order not to harm her. She didn't know why, and she didn't believe he could remember or recognise her at all, but his offence was maybe a way to keep her safe.

Her eyes never left him, as he was a lot bigger than her, and obviously a lot stronger, and as he slowly came closer, sniffing her from head to toe, Amethyst looked at hi cautiously. She didn't know what he was doing, and she was kind of scared, something he could obviously smell, and that was not going to work in her favor, she believed.

An abrupt push from his snout came, and she fell sideways, a low growl escaping her throat from the impact. He liked to play rough? She would give him rough.
The werewolf howled loudly before her, and Amethyst pushed herself up once more, running to him and playfully nudging him, before she too, howled loudly at the moon.
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PostSubject: Re: The Full Moon (Amethyst & TJ)   Sat Jan 23, 2016 6:33 pm

The first whimper would have been enough to bring human TJ to his senses. But, werewolf TJ was not in any kind of sense, truth be told. The werewolf mind was confusing, but animalistic. Which meant the whimper only showed a weakness to the greater of the two beasts, but not submission.

But the smell of fear reached the werewolf's nose as he sniffed the smaller animal, the funny smelling smaller animal. Which was enough for the werewolf to assume was the submission. Even if not openly submitting, animals were simpler than humans, and the werewolf too that to be enough of a submission sign.

The nudge that sent the smaller wolf to the floor with the second whimper was not enough for it to admit defeat though. And as it came bounding back to the werewolf, he held his ground, nudging back the smaller wolf in a more playful manner than before.

The joint howl made the werewolf warm to the smaller wolf, if possible, and as his own howl subsided, he nipped (what was meant to be lightly) at her shoulder, urging her to play. It had been a little tougher than that, though, the werewolf having a higher level of strength, mixed with the frenzy in its head to do damage. But, the werewolf was not seeing the wolf as anything else, so the blood that came from the wound made the werewolf sniff at the scratch, and nudge the wolf lightly.

A werewolf could never be classed as caring, but the one right now was less ferocious than many. Instead of attacking, the werewolf turned from the wolf and bounded towards one of the doors - a door that would not open, or break under it's strength, howling for its freedom.

Only the large beast bounced straight back off the wood, letting out a whine of pain as he hit the floor. The restlessness of his affliction was growing with the hour of the night, and it would only grown with time that came. Letting out a howl of frustration, the werewolf pushed itself to it's feet and moved back to the wolf in the other room.

Quieter howls were coming from the beast, showing it's distress as it looked around for some way to get out. Turning to the white wolf to nuzzle it in a manner that showed it wanted help.
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PostSubject: Re: The Full Moon (Amethyst & TJ)   Sat Jan 23, 2016 6:51 pm

The nudge she received was just as playful as her own, and if Amethyst was not in her wolf form, she would have giggled like a five year old child. But even now, that TJ was trapped inside the body of a dangerous creature, he was still him, deep inside. Playful and sweet, even though he could not understand it.

But then he suddenly nipped at her shoulder, causing a wound to form there. She tripped a bit at that, and whimpered at the slight pain, as the werewolf sniffed at the wound then nudged her once again. He was warming up to her, she could tell, but this wound was going to leave a mark there, for some time. A mark she would have to hide from TJ until it was healed. Or else, she would have to come up with a very persuasive story.

The white wolf turned and started licking the wound, trying to ease the pain just a bit before it turned back to the bigger beast.
He was trying to break free, throwing itself against the door that wouldn't break under the force of the beast. Amethyst was quite glad about that, but watching him like that killed her on the inside.

She wanted to transform again and run to him, cradle him in her arms and tell him that everything was going to be fine. But she couldn't do that, she knew, or else she would end up being eaten alive.

So she remained unmoving, watching him bounce back, howling in pain as he was looking for a way out. He was trapped, for his own safety, and she just had to make him come to grips with that. So as the werewolf came towards her, nudging her, as if telling her he needed her help, the white wolf barked, wanting to get his attention and raised her paw, as if caressing the other creature's face. She then licked his snout and nuzzled him, trying to tell him that he didn't have to go. He could stay here with her.
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PostSubject: Re: The Full Moon (Amethyst & TJ)   Sat Jan 23, 2016 7:04 pm

As the frustration mounted with his cooped up self, the werewolf waited for the white wolf to show him a way to get out. The constant sound of whimpering, and howls filled the room as he pleaded with the wolf to understand.

But her bark cut through, silencing the werewolf to only minor whimpers intermittently.

As the wolf's paw came to his face, the werewolf lowered his head slightly to the gesture, grumbling only softly at her as she moved to lick his snout and began to nuzzle him. The slow act of relenting to the wolf was starting to take place in each moment, but the werewolf still grumbled softly in his discontent of being cooped up, nudging back every now and again as she licked at his fur.

The werewolf's mouth opened as he panted, frustration making his body grow warmer. But eventually, with a huff, the werewolf laid down, it's head down in its paws, watching the door from his position. The urges would never leave him, of that much the werewolf (and TJ) knew, but with the white wolf around, he didn't seem to have as much persistence to get away. Instead, nipping (lighter this time) at the wolf from his position on the floor, trying to get her to play with him as he did so.
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PostSubject: Re: The Full Moon (Amethyst & TJ)   Sat Jan 23, 2016 8:24 pm

Amethyst believed that this would be enough to calm him down completely and make him sit with her instead of continuously trying to break down the door and get free. Obviously, it would be hard for him, and she knew that he would have those urges now and then, since this was in his nature, but she believed that with a bit more persistence, she could handle him.

It took some time, but her blue eyes watched him carefully as he slowly gave in, lowering his head under her paw. He kept nudging her though, which meant he still wanted to play with her, which made her happy. She had made a friend. The werewolf placed his head in its paws, nipping at her once in a while, as a form of play.

The white wolf found this as an opening, and she laid her head on the werewolf's, licking his fur. She nuzzled him and nudged him back quite a few times, loving the feeling of just being near him. Because even in this form, he was still TJ, and for Amethyst, TJ was the love of her life. Maybe she was young and foolish, but that was what she felt, and she wouldn't deny it.

The night would end faster than it had ever had. And she was positive about it. It would be the first night Amethyst would sleep next to her boyfriend. Even under these kind of circumstances.
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