~Spero ergo sum~™

September 15, 2007

I’m Least Surprised =D

Filed under: Ganesha,Life,Whatever,Wolf's Rain — Teal @ 4:52 am

Which Wolf’s Rain character are you most like?


You are Kiba!(Pronounced kee-ba)Kiba, in Japanese, means “fang”. The (more or less) leader of the “pack”, Kiba is an arctic wolf who follows his instincts towards Paradise. When he was young, his pack and family were slaughtered when the forest where he lived was burned to the ground by Jagara’s troops. He was then raised by a shaman who told him that he had a purpose, explaining why the forest had sheltered him from the flames. The shaman told him that he would have a great journey ahead of him, and that journey was to find paradise. Kiba begins his quest for paradise in the hope that there he will finally find peace. It is revealed later in the series that he is in fact the chosen one who is destined to find and open paradise. He tends to be distrustful toward humans, and in the early episodes is reluctant to take a human form, even when it’s more convenient. He also has an attraction to Cheza, which may only be due to the fact that she can lead them to paradise.
Take this quiz!

On a totally different note, today is my sweetheart’s birthday! Happy Budday my dearesht Pilluuuuuuu :-*

You bring sunshine to every day … you make my life worthwhile! 😀



  1. 😛

    Comment by abhi — September 17, 2007 @ 4:28 am | Reply

  2. ╔★═╗ ╔╗     ╔ ╔╗
    ╚╗╔╝ ║║★═╦╦╦═╗ ║★╝╠═╦╦╗
    ╔╝╚╗ ★╚╣║║║║╠╣ ╚╗╔╣║♂║★
    ╚═★╝ ╚═╩═╩★╩═╝  ╚╝╚═╩═╝

    Comment by am very angry — September 18, 2007 @ 11:41 am | Reply

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