It was so comforting to just be laying here...no ants to worry about stepping on, no others to think of how strange she was...Miapa could see herself staying for a while, if it wasn't so cold. And wet. Laying there shivering, the mutt was a sitting duck for any who may come her way. Not that it concerned her. No, Miapa was a big, strong alpha male. The only thing superior to her was the water that wouldn't still, and even so she dared any other creature to come over, take the thing, and live. Miapa was the strongest in the area by default. Besides, could water even be counted as a living, breathing thing? While Miapa contemplated this, she rested her green maw in between her paws and blew at the grains of sand. They were rather dry compared to the water and sand behind her, so they blew up a rather small, but fierce to ants, tornado. Sure, Miapa thought she was an ant in her past life, but a little sand storm couldn't hurt any, if there were any on the beach.
A foreign being poked her side curiously. Instantly, Miapa tried to convince herself that if she didn't look at it then maybe it couldn't see her, but she knew that was a bunch of malarky anyways. Slowly, she lifted her head and looked at the source of her distrubance. Another wolf. And a female at that. Mia perked up instantly, sitting up on her haunches and shaking the sand and water out of her fur. And, oh, the new fae had a gorgeous tail. Orange eyes settled upon it, following it's minute movements with a practiced ease. Once she found the tail of any creature, it was almost impossible for her to study anything else. The way they moved as if they had a brain all their own in their tips fascinated Miapa. She put one pink-booted paw forward, resting it upon this other's tail for a moment, then moved it away, looking at the tail as if it were made of the finest, rarest deer meat to ever exsist.
"Um...I may have forgotten my manners, but I always do that...um...you have a gorgeous tail. " Mia tore her gaze from the tail for only a moment to meet the other wolf's eyes, then snapped back like a rubber band to the tail. A sudden instinct to display her donminance came over her, and she straightened her shoulder and raised her head, but her eyes never left the tail of the intruder. "You should have warned me of your arrival. It's against the wolf code to enter a territory that isn't yours without even a warning howl. But, since you're a gorgeous fae...I'll let you go. Only if you promise to stay and play a while with me, Miapa, the strong alpha male of the land sub par only to the water that never ceases in it's movement. You have to promise, though." She allowed her eyes to briefly study the rest of the other wolf for a moment, finding that she liked what she saw. Miapa didn't want to chase out this one, but she would if she had to.