I know, I know, everyone's already saying "*Groan* another wolfaboo!" or "*Groan* another wolf game!" Whoah there, hold your horses! So I've heard the general opinions lots of times around the web before, about there being too many wolf roleplays out there and sometimes not enough unique animal roleplays. But likewise, because wolves, felines, horses, etc. are such familiar commonground animals, it can be difficult to get people to branch out to more unique animals, such as bears, deer, rats, etc. Unfortunately I've been part of a few of those failed attempts But I'm not ready to give up yet! My goal for a while has been to create a fresh idea for a wolf roleplay, and execute it successfully, and have it be a place where everyone can get together and enjoy it. So I have an idea. What I've come up with is not a single species roleplay, but one that takes place in an era of the Ice Age, when most species were larger or developing into their modern counterparts. This game, Taukhano, would feature primarily the American Lion, the Dire Wolf, and the Gray Wolf, as a general struggle between top predators, with other species such as the Cave Bear available via purchase with in-game money, called Moths. There would be random events sparked by the underlying presence of the Neanderthal, such as a forest fire, however humans would not actually be present in gameplay. I was wondering, how does this sound? Would it be enough of a spin to generate interest?