Hm… I guess the headcanons are more just adapting more of DoS into the Princess Mononoke universe? But obviously some differences so…
Hope this is what you’re looking for, anon
Father isn’t your actual father–you’re human, not stupid, no matter what the boar clan scoff within earshot–but that doesn’t mean he’s raised you any less. It’s Father’s teeth that have provided your meals and Father’s fur that keeps you warm. His deep growling voice the first thing you hear in the morning and the last you hear at night.
Of course, usually that voice is saying that maybe he’ll eat you tomorrow, we’ll see boy, don’t test me, but you know he doesn’t mean it.
He feels guilty, after all. He was the one that killed your real parents.
There was a stranger, before, a generation ago. Vastly different and not at all like the stranger here now, but somehow the same.
She came with nothing but the clothes on her back, looking for a miracle.
Maybe she found it, maybe she didn’t–who is to say? She disappeared into the forest and never came back.
The Emperor sends an army to Konoha for weapons strong enough to kill a god.
They are lead by the greatest hunter, a man more wolf than person–or so the rumors go.
The Emperor wants eternal life or, at the least, an undeniable show of force. The hunter wants simultaneously a lot less and a lot more: he wants to avenge his lost teacher.
Your family is the oldest in Konoha, but Konoha itself is a very young town–only a few generations old.
Which is what confuses you: why did your ancestors choose to settle here?
Your family has hated–and been hated, if such a thing could be said–the forest for as long as they’ve been here. And yet, the walls of the town edge against the borders of the forest. For a people so obsessed with gaining power, why settle near the forest but never go inside?
There are secrets your family keep–even from you.
You are a stranger to these lands, and so it is not your place to say, but perhaps it is because you are a stranger that you can see with eyes unclouded.
This situation is a powder keg ready to blow. You’re not sure which side will light the spark first.
The god of the forest looks like a deer during the day and a living shadow at night.
A/N: again on my phone, hopefully will have my computer back tomorrow!
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