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The Arctic Hare, in all its fury...
Arctic Hares (Lepus arcticus fierceus, "Fierce Arctic Rabbits") are a brave, almost fierce cunning animal coming from the Arctic regions, much like Walruses and Herbert. These rabbits are very cunning, have sharp claws and have complex burrowing devices (which are good for ambushing and spreading to foreign lands without notice) and are thus best generally avoided, but can be nice once tamed and friendly when they understand that whoever approaching them is not going to cause them any harm. There are not many famous Arctic Hares, but there certainly are some - for example, Bonkie is famous in the field of translators. Murphy, though being a rabbit, can still be counted as a famous Hare due to his being brought up by his foster parents, Arctic Hares. Although their exterior behavior might make penguins or any other creature frightened of them, they can actually be willing to help.
- 1 History
- 2 Behaviour
- 3 Language
- 4 Diet
- 5 Habitat
- 6 Taming
- 7 Trivia
- 8 See Also
Accorded to what little evidence scientists, biologists, geographic scholars, and the memories of the oldest Arctic Hares have, it is suspected, with some evidence, that they were originally a subspecies of some sort, and a great catastrophe or danger, probably from the threat of penguins or other carnivorous/omnivorous animals, forced them to move to another land. The land they originally came from is likely to have been a region in either Club Penguin and Antarctica, because when Gary organized an expedition to find the origin of Arctic Hares, penguins in his party dug up animal skeletons in both those parts, but annoyingly enough, the skeletons were not clear whether it was that of a Norfolk Terrier or one of an Arctic Hare, meaning that no-one can be sure. Using the extremely limited evidence from these skeletons, they had, in these ancient days, legs not unlike that of the Norfolk Terrier, but, supposedly for extra speed or power, their hind legs evolved to the curious "frying pan" shape they have now. Once they reached the Arctic, life was at first almost unbearable, but they managed to grow longer, fluffier, cold-resistant fur that they have now. Their ears also grew longer, fluffier, and their hearing abilities grew better, which was useful because they all slept huddled together above ground. All Arctic Hares grew satisfied, for the plants there were good (although somewhat difficult to find), and all could live on the algae in the waters - well, almost all were happy.
Civilisation & Land of the Arctic Hares
Eventually, there was a hare named Slow-moss (also known amongst penguins "the Hare Sigurd"). He was unsatisfied with their not living in one fixed place (he was lazier than other hares), and he was also thirsty for power. He also didn't like what he thought was the bad quality food, and used these as ample excuses to select a few hares, some who were bullied to join him, from his tribe (the "Slows", see Arctic Hare naming schemes below) and left the region. He managed to find the perfect place for his companions, which was a area which snowed less than others and thus exposed more grass, and settled there. It was he who hit upon the idea of digging burrows for their homes, which everybody agreed to because this was safer for them, in case a Polar Bear attacked them in the night. Due to their having more time, they invented all sorts of curious things, such as a flute only hares could blow in, and even made art with sticks. Speed-snow thus created the first hare civilisation in the Arctic.
Every now and then, wandering tribes of rabbits would wander along, and they would be offered to join their civilisation. They often agreed, and one of these was a rabbit named Fir-fast. Fir-fast was originally regarded with suspicion (being a member of the first straying rabbit tribe to join them), but he managed to become the first hare to create a security system, which he called the "Soir"s (pronounced soy), and Slow-moss, seeing that this was an idea better than he could have ever thought of, made a new job (working for the Soirs), and made him the Leader of the Soirs. Fir-fast then recommended that they name the land "Land of the Arctic Hares", which was met with vehement approval. Even after its absorption by the Arctic Kingdom, the land specifically populated by Arctic Hares is still referred to that name.
This period in Hare history tends to be known as the hare equivalents of Sigurd, though penguins inhabited Antarctica and the surrounding countries far, far earlier.
Absorption into Arctic Kingdom
During Slow-moss's reign, a polar bear discovered about the Land of the Arctic Hares. He took one good look at the warren, and then went back to tell his King that there was a piece of land worth absorbing - a land populated by Arctic Hares. The King agreed, because he thought that the more land he had, the better, and sent out an embassy to discuss things with the King of the warren - two Arctic Foxes, one Walrus and one Polar Bear. When they arrived, the very sight of them caused panic and disorder - hares screamed, ran into the mist, and even crouched, hypnotized by a unwilling fascination, whilst staring at the predators. When they made it clear that they were on a peace mission, the chaos calmed down and a group of friendly Soir members escorted them to the mouth of Slow-moss's burrow.
When Slow-moss came out to see what the fuss was, he was surprised to see those creatures outside, but quickly got acquainted. He agreed on all their terms and conditions, but when they made it clear, however, that the warren, when absorbed into the Arctic Kingdom, would no longer have a monarchy, Slow-moss became furious. He didn't want to lose his power as quickly as he had gained it, and he argued fiercely with them. The predators were about to capture and eat him from such frustration, when Fir-fast hopped up to them, and asked what was the matter. After he had heard what was happening, he solved the problem quickly and smoothly by saying that the monarchy could be a side-monarchy, as a kind of tribe chieftain. Slow-moss praised his companion's good idea, and the embassy agreed at this quick modification of the terms and conditions.
When the Polar Bear King heard it, he was happy and didn't mind (as long as he didn't lose the land), and the Land of the Arctic Hares was quickly absorbed, with the state name being that of the former kingdom's name.
Many, many peaceful years after (hares, except ones like Murphy, were incapable of understanding numbers until recently, causing a major problem when writing history books) the beginning of hare civilization, with a good hare named Slow-thunder as the king, there was a peaceful, almost timid and friendly member of the Soir - a hare named Willow-claw. One day, he was wandering into an area, which were out-of-bounds for ordinary hares, with his fellow Soir companions to retrieve a particularly rare root for the tribe, when they saw two hungry Polar Bears, who also saw them. The polar bears had been wandering in search for food around the snow, and were thus starving, meaning that they were glad in their long search to find some sort of nourishment. As the completely unexpected battle began, only Willow-claw, who invented the "danger" stamping signal before the battle, escaped unscathed from the polar bears, who were superior in both size and strength, and were more desperate fighters because their hunger.
Willow-claw, and his only surviving companion Lightning-fast, crawled through the snow, and Willow-claw was never the same again. As he stumbled back to the hare town, which took two days due to their having strayed so far from the settlement and the slowness of his injured companion, everybody was shocked to see how different Willow-claw was. Previously the kind, timid Soir member, he had come back, snarling and paranoid, with only one other companion - and he was injured. He demanded to be taken to the king, and, seeing how he was bearing his teeth and scratching the ground, immediately showed him the path. Willow-claw, once he got there, argued with the king for increased safety for the town, and once it was clear the king would never agree to his plans, Willow-claw jumped on him and fought him, and Slow-thunder barley escaped with his life before he found that Willow-claw had usurped his position, and he was quickly arrested. Unknown to the new king, however, Slow-thunder's sons and daughters escaped as soon as they heard the fighting via a secret tunnel.
Once Willow-claw was in power, the first thing he did was change the title "King" to "Captain" (thus his being called "Captain Willow-claw"), and things are traditionally said to have been "turned head-over-heels, but for our greater safety". While the town originally was the equivalent of a highly-populated city, he encouraged hares to leave to make settlements elsewhere, causing the town to be less noticeable, and thus safer. To allow news to be spread from one warren to another, he developed the "runners" (Waarogh in Hareish, pronounced Yooaroh and mistakenly thought of as the Hareish word for "guano"), who would run from one warren to another to deliver news. Five runners, two of them ex-Soir members so they can fight off predators, would go at a time, for safety. All runners knew where to go. The novel way of making a town began to be known as "warrens", a word creatures still use today. He put strong fighters in the Soirs that were capable of fighting polar bears, and introduced the "danger" stamping signal that he himself invented when he first came face-to-face with the terrifying polar bears.
However, although he helped make the warren safer, he was not as white as he was painted. If anybody had the incompetence to go up to him and argue on something and if the other hare didn't agree with him, Willow-claw would immediately unleash his guards onto him, who were trained to cuff and claw and bite, making the other hare run for its life. When a Polar Bear was spotted, after the "danger" signal and there were still hares above ground (for the "danger" signal meant running inside the holes leading to the burrows), he would go out himself and bully (e.g. claw, cuff and bite) the poor hare underground. This is likely to be the origin of fierceness in Arctic Hares, as most, if not all, hares are now good are clawing and cuffing enemies. Eventually, unknowingly, Willow-claw married one of Slow-thunder's daughters, Slow-tumble, and due to her having changed her name to avoid being arrested, he didn't once consider arresting her.
Thanks to Willow-claw being married to Slow-tumble, information as to where he was and what he did leaked out to her family, and in the end, one of Slow-thunder's sons, Slow-wood, quietly dug down to his burrow one dark, still night, and ambushed Willow-claw. During the battle, Slow-tumble admitted to Willow-claw, whilst shouting to let herself be heard, that she was the daughter of his enemy, and, feeling betrayed, Willow-claw cuffed off Slow-wood and ran off into the night, and was never seen again. Slow-thunder having already been accidently caught by a polar bear, Slow-wood was put into power, and changed everything possible back to as it was before Willow-claw's reign. However, the subjects protested and almost ambushed Slow-wood for "decreasing our safety", and reverted everything, except for the title as nobody cared about the difference of "Captain" to "King" or "Queen". Lightning-fast, who was Willow-claw's trusty advisor to the end, became Slow-wood's leader of the Soirs and a friend, due to his popularity with the ordinary hares.
One new thing Slow-wood added, however, was to send most, if not all, his siblings to the new warrens and set themselves up as the King/Queen, meaning that the Slow-tribe would be everywhere, and then changed his title again from "King" to "Great King", in order to distinguish himself from the new kings and queens. This was, however, kept a secret from the public in case the ordinary hares didn't like it and tried to resist it.
This period of Hare history is often compared with the Land of Lord Guin, as a dictator, in the hares' case Willow-claw, briefly ruled the land before being successfully overthrown. Another similarity is that Lord Guin claimed that he had the power of controlling fish, and if he was no longer there, the fish would disappear, whilst Willow-claw claimed that if he suddenly disappeared or was ousted from power, the hare population would no longer have safety.
Polar Bear War
Many years after these terrible events, all the new warrens prospered, and there were no longer wandering rabbit tribes, as they always wandered into the vicinity of a warren, and always joined. Unfortunately, in Polar Bear territory, there were suddenly crowds of rabbits emigrating there and at least four warrens. This was in strictly Polar Bear parts, and eventually, polar bears, in their own private council, said that something must be done to take them away, as they were trespassing, eating their nice grass and were chasing their fish away. They called for the help of Arctic Foxes, and agreed with them that if the foxes managed to chase the hares away, then the polar bears would never dream of attacking the foxes' state. The plan unfortunately worked, and the current Hare Great King and Queen, Slow-claw and Slow-paw, were furious at the news.
Against the advice from his sister, Slow-claw went and gathered his Soir troops, and went out to fight with the polar bears in-person on the basis that hares had a right to live anywhere they want, and once they arrived, half of them, the weaker ones including himself, went into an empty warren to defend and expand it, and the other, ferocious half went out to fight the polar bears, who had seen them at the same moment. The battle was long, ferocious, and terrible, but then both sides had to cut a retreat and a truce, until the next day. Unfortunately, however bravely he fought, Slow-claw was taken prisoner in the third battle by an Arctic Fox, and was a hostage for a while until his troops fought their way into Slow-claw's prison, and freed him.
Unfortunately, by that time, there was less than a half of the Soirs left, and he sent an ex-runner who was in the troops to go and get help from other warrens. Obeying him, another 200 or so hares eventually returned with him, and eventually poor Slow-claw himself was captured by an Arctic Fox, who swiftly jumped in, took him, and left the scene. He was never found again, making Slow-paw the Great Queen. By now, she knew that if she agreed on a truce with the Polar Bears (she knew this should have been done from the start), the ordinary hares would get furious and ambush her, so she had no choice but to continue the fight.
She sent Lighting-fast's descendent, Lightning-wind, to collect ten of the promising youngsters about the enter the Soirs and then go and collect more from the warrens he passes through. When he arrived at the battle-scene with his fresh troops counting of 300, there were a flea-bitten five Soir members, crouching inside the burrows of their base warren. They explained to him that the Polar Bears had sent Arctic Foxes to finish them off, and Lightning-wind said that he knew of a plan to fend them off - that they too went inside the warren.
Once the Arctic Foxes came, they found that they had too many hares to fight off, and called the entire tribes of Arctic Foxes and Polar Bears. Knowing that they would be greatly outnumbered in size and strength, Lightning-wind sent a runner to go and fetch more Soirs or promising youngsters from all the warrens that could be reached. After a brave but horrible battle which lasted two days, the Polar Bears and Arctic Foxes found that Arctic Hares were anything but unbeatable, they went up to Lightning-claw, and they agreed on a truce, on the basis that nobody was making much progress anyway, but they didn't tell him that without the truce, the hares may have won the war and gained more territory, just in case Lightning-wind "gets some funny ideas", as they put it.
Finally having earned peace, what was left of Lighting-wind's army (a mere 100 or less) struggled to the path to the home warrens, and when Lightning-claw's home troops reached the Home Warren (as it was called), there was only three of them, including himself. Slow-paw, moved by sympathy, married Lightning-wind, making him Great King. This is likely to be the origin of extreme fierceness in hares when triggered, as hares had to fight fiercely in the battles. Some time after this, however, the surviving inhabitants of the trespassing warrens left the area to rejoin the original warrens, as they were worried that Arctic Foxes or Polar Bears may suddenly attack them.
Although the war was better for the polar bears due to decreased numbers of Arctic Hares
trespassing on their land, the war tends to be left out of Polar Bear history books, due to the shame of signing a truce with animals traditionally thought of as weaker than them.
Spread to Antarctica
There were not as many hares now as there were in the recent past, so hares were recommended not to make new warrens. Experienced members of the Soirs were ordered to take the strongest of the hare kittens, and train them themselves to become top replacements for the lost Soir members. Hares were ordered not to, unless necessary, to go out of bounds for the danger of polar bears. Hares no longer particularly cared for the dangers of polar bears, however; there was an official truce, and they didn't mind if it broke either, because there had always been low threats of attack from predators. Life was slowly returning to normal, at last.
Everything changed when Murphy arrived.
In 1977, a small brown rabbit floated up to the shores in a basket. A Soir member and a runner were running past the shore for exercise when they saw this odd thing, and the Soir member, being interested in the lesser-known foreign world, named him then and there a penguinised name - Rudolf Clyde Murphy. He sent the runner to take him to the Home Warren, and while there, he was adopted by the Great King and Queen, the now elderly Lightning-wind and Slow-paw, who immediately approved of the penguinised name. He was, unfortunately, bullied by the other hares, for he was smaller than everyone else and his fur colour changed at the wrong times. Eventually, when he was 11, he moved to an abandoned warren for some peace and quiet, but little did he know that the Great King and Queen had sent spies to watch on what he was doing. They were, after all, suspicious of him.
There, while Murphy met the Walrus (character), the spies sent warnings that he was not to be trusted. When he met Mayor McFlapp, however, the danger signal was sent, and orders were issued that if any hare saw a small, brown newcomer approaching the warren, they should bolt for their holes and call the Soirs to save them. However, since Murphy had left the Arctic for Antarctica a short while later, this never happened, and peace spread upon the warren again.However, in early 2011, an ordinary hare overheard the Great King talking to somebody about Murphy. This is what the hare allegedly heard -
The hare sneaked quietly away with this nugget of information, to a group of discontented hares. They were annoyed that they weren't allowed to create a warren of their own, and were shocked that the Great King was lying to them all that time (they thought that there was a ban on penguinised names, and thought Murphy's name was Speed-snow). They were about to plan a revolution, but on second thoughts decided that if they want freedom, they should go to Antarctica, on the basis that if the revolt didn't work, they'd all get caught and imprisoned by the guards or the Soirs and get a thin time in hare prison. In order to go incognito, they began developing burrowing machines with machinery from who-knows-where.
Eventually, the sentences uttered by Lightning-wind leaked to the general public in less than a week, and this caused great embarrassment to the monarchy. This allowed work on the burrowing machines to go faster, and the Great King could no nothing to stop them, for fear of getting a bad image from his subjects. A month later, a penguin threw away what he considered junk unto the ocean - a plastic basket filled to the brim with workbooks, books, and a manual for foreign leaners to learn English, complete with CD and CD-player. This ended up in the Arctic seas, where it was quickly picked up by a runner, who was a double-agent, and was sent to the rebel hares. This is how hares quickly and suddenly learned English, and made the Hare alphabet the same as that of the English.
Eventually, in June, the machines were complete, and the burrowing began. The good thing about these were that, as they went down and disappeared from sight, they would automatically fill in the holes, making it more incognito when they left. Meanwhile, in Antarctica, nobody forseed the hares coming except for Popcorn 3000, who, in a case of cosmic irony, said that they would come in areoplanes and not burrowing devices. This unintentionally made
invasion the spread easier, as nobody was checking the grounds, and construction work was stopped in order for penguins to concentrate on the sky.
The hares came up in the local forest in Popcorn's area, and finding the environment good, they settled there. A few tourists were the first to sight these fierce animals, after trying to handle what they thought were "specialist mutated puffles", but unfortunately, nobody could get at them due to their sharp claws and teeth, and their wit. The mayor of the area managed, however, to convince the hares to send off a migrating bird to tell them that coming to Antarctica is forbidden, and have the machines and their blueprints destroyed.
City-song's Expedition & Tamed Hares
Some time later (nobody is sure exactly when), the warren got overcrowded, and the amount of hares quickly overtook the amount of feeding and housing ground. A hare named City-song volunteered to gather as many hares as she could, and then leave the area. When the day came, around forty to sixty hares (more likely thirty) had decided to join her (one of these was Bonkie), and, leaving the warren more spacious, left the wood. Note that all hares who left, apart from two or three, had abnormalities (black fur, blue eyes, etc.). After some confused running along the paths (where they lost five hares, who presumably returned to the warren with nothing better to do), they finally reached the Dock, where they smuggled themselves into a boat about to leave by jumping into the lifeboats. By the time they arrived in the foreign port (which happened to be Antarctica), most of the hares were either stupefied or scared stiff, and City-song had some trouble to force most of them to get off. By night-time, all except for seven hares (presumably adopted by the crew later) had stumbled out, and wandered into the strange surroundings.
Once morning came, everybody was exhausted and didn't want to go further. In the end, City-song and her group were spotted by a kindly penguin who was passing by. Having pity on these strange creatures who anyhow could speak English, he put them all in a large sack he happened to be carrying and took them to his igloo. Once released, they surrendered themselves immediately to the penguin, and not knowing what else to do, the penguin sent them to a breeder he knew. Seeing the hares as a business opportunity, he tamed the hares and made them do tricks, and sold them off. So was the Domesticated Arctic Hare created. This kind of Hare is more common than Norfolk Terriers.
Today, whilst there is an endangered hare population back in the Arctic, there is a curiosity warren in the city there. Around 50 to 100 inhabit it, and it is a tourist hotspot. To fit into penguin society better, hares have changed their naming scheme to match that of penguins, allow themselves to be tamed, and sometimes wear clothes, and even walk on their hind legs.
The natural personality traits of Arctic Hares are being cunning, brave, fierce, witty, and friendly, which presumably were evolved from the history of the Arctic Hares. When it comes to fur colour, their fur is brown-grey in the summer and white (sometimes with black dots) in the winter, obviously a natural, survival change to be camouflaged from predators, but occasionally, there will be black & white, brown & white, or all three, but these fur colour variations are more common in tamed Arctic Hares. In appearance, they have 3 cm (1 inch)'s worth of outer, fluffy hair (with a 5 cm thick undercoat), sharp claws, and either green, blue or hazel eyes. They are, in these ways, a good, cheaper, more novel alternative to Puffles and Norfolk Terriers.
Hares have slightly different naming schemes from penguins. As a kind of family name, their names begin with that of the name of their tribe, which is usually that of the tribe's trait (for example, "Wanderer" for a wandering tribe), and then the rabbit's trait, area of expertise, appearance or favourite thing (for example, "Fluff" if they are particularly fluffy) and then combining the two words (for example, "Wanderer-fluff"). This leads to varied and fun names, for example -
Modern Naming Scheme
Ever since the Great King and Queen's subjects found out that Murphy was given a "penguinised" version of a hare name (they believed he was called "Speed-snow"), not only did they want to follow him to Antarctica, they also decided to turn to the penguin's way of naming themselves, thus changing it drastically to names like -
- Richard Speed
- Lucy Lightning
- Jemimah Green
and the like. Older rabbits are allowed to keep their traditional names, however, and giving hare kittens traditional names is still common amongst hare society.
The language of the Arctic Hares is curious. The alphabet is borrowed from the English alphabet, but, as in French, the pronounciation of the letters are different, for example -
- A - oo
- B - d
- C - s
and the like. However, this applies better to the more modern words (e.g. post-Antarctican Spread) whilst the pronounciation of old Hareish words tend to be different to what the letters present to be said, making things more confusing, as the older Hareish words from history were decided before they decided to change the pronounciation of each letter. Two common examples of these old Hareish words are -
- Waarogh (runner) - Yooaroh
- Soir (police) - Soy
among others. Useful modern words for communicating with Arctic Hares in Antarctica are -
*English word - "Hareish word spelt" (Pronounciation)
- Hello - "Back" (Doosy)
- Goodbye - "Goca" (Masoo)
- Friend - "Kaya" (Poojoo)
- Where is the Restaurant?* - "Larni ma da Moche?" (Joowug qoo hoo fasle?)
- Left (direction) - "Tig" (Wgi)
- Right (direction) - "Git" (Igw)
- Ahead - "Tgi" (Wig)
* - This is a reference to the one and only Restaurant, where hares serve tourists with Hareish food raised to penguin standards.
The main part of an Arctic Hare's diet is grass and water, usually obtained from either consuming the snow, licking ice or drinking salt-water. Extraneous elements include tree bark, algae, plankton, and Ice Flowers, whilst tame Hares are luckier, being able to consume fruits (apples being the most popular), vegetables (cabbages being recommended), O-Berries, and other means of nutrition. When ill, the hares can eat Flame Berries, but as they can be poisonous when over-consumed, vets allow only two flame berries per day, until they get better.
Although they live in the same kingdom, Polar Bears are the main threat of Arctic Hares (thus the Polar Bear War), but predatory birds from foreign lands, seals & walri, Arctic Foxes and even some kinds of carnivorous fish also threaten the population of Arctic Hares. Whilst the carnivorous fish, predatory birds and the seals tend to eat hare kittens, polar bears, arctic foxes and walri are content to attack full-grown adults, and eat them instead, especially when starving. Arctic Foxes have the advantage over these other predators because they can even crawl into entire warrens due to their smaller size, but luckily, this does not happen often, but if a crowd of starving foxes pass by a warren, then they will not hesitate to do it. More fortunately, the Soirs guarding the warrens inside can fight off foxes very well, and foxes, if they ever do it, will not be able to come out unscathed, and might even run for its life from fright.
Arctic Hares are best suited to a habitat with snow. Tons of it. This is because they have evolved to live in snow, meaning that tropical areas are the worst possible environment for wild hares. Penguin scientists have found, not surprisingly, that their favoured environment has tons of snow (obviously), a handful of trees and quite a few rocks, to improve camouflage and survival, and also slows down predators from getting into the warren due to the amount of obstacles that has to be cleared. For tame hares, things are faster, neater and easier - they only need a soft hutch, and an outdoor pen.
According to suppliers of Arctic Hares throughout Antarctica, unless they know one of the descendants of City-song's expedition, Arctic Hares that want to be tamed are hard to find, but are easy to tame. These hares tend to have colour abnormalities (brown and black fur, green eyes, etc.), are smaller than usual, or are more timid/intelligent that others. They are, however, handy alternatives to Norfolk Terriers and Puffles, though, as they can be taught to speak English, are faithful to their owners, they are patient and are very intelligent. Surprisingly, although they are hard to find, they are cheaper than the Norfolk Terrier and its subspecies, which are notoriously expensive, but they are, in contrast, more expensive than puffles due to their scarcity.
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- Murphy's foster parents were Arctic Hares.
- A mysterious entity named the "Easter Bunny" always visits good chicks in the middle of springtime, and leaves them a gift of chocolate in various shapes.
- The Easter Bunny is regarded as the uncommon springtime version of Santa Claus.
- The current Great King and Queen are one of the oldest Arctic Hares alive.
- Arctic Hares in Antarctica are proud of Hat Pop, because she wears bunny ears.