End of Wolf Story
By caminon, Updated
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When I walked in on this poor grandmother, I swore that nothing this bad would happen. But instead of just having a nice chat or helping a mother feed her pups, she freaked out, this madman with an axe showed up and started chasing me.
At this point I wasn't sure if would be able to outrun this axe-wielding lunatic. I just wanted to make it back to my den so I can care for my pups.
Unfortunately, I didn't come out of it unscathed, and the crazed woodsman landed a blow close to my stomach. I wasn't sure if I was going to make it, and I went unconscious after he swung.
By the time I woke up, he had already returned home, presuming I was dead. Luckily for me, the lumberjack was a little off with his swing (half a millimeter in human units,) and I survived with a scar.
Sadly, when the wood-cutting menace returned to town, I would forever be remembered as an evil monster who attacked an innocent girl and her grandmother. That couldn't be further from the truth as you now know.
But because the humans "defeated me," they were able to tell the story and pass it down, and for a very long time the truth was forgotten. Just as the saying goes, the victors write the history books.
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