From Mind's Eye Society 2017 Wiki
Name: Cato Miller
Aliases: Walks a Mile
Tribe: Child of Gaia
Pack: The Menagerie
Speaks Many Languages
Title or Position:
Sept Leader for the Sept of Buffalo Grass
1850 - 1890 - India - Born here and spent his childhood here. Had his first change at thirteen, and left his home soon after looking for others like himself, explored the jungles and fell in with some fera here and there.
1890 - 1900 - China - Leaving India he travelled into China, he started his rambling and seeking knowledge here. Mostly picking up skills and stories from those he met.
1900 - 1910 - Russia - Travelling farther north, he continued to explore, to learn and meet new fera and tribes. His first run in with the Silverfang and a Gurahl happened here.
1910 - 1930 - Japan - Met some Kitsune and through them learned of the Emerald Courts, but spent most of his time learning folklore and also learning more about Buddism as well.
1930 - 1950 - Europe - Cato hopped a ship from Japan to Europe. He avoided major conflicts of the time, sticking to smaller villages and wilderness.
1950 - 1960 - Middle East - Cato continued his exploration of the world, travelling the deserts and tagging along with a group of striders that called the area home as they moved.
1960 - 1970 - Africa - Cato edged from the Middle East into Africa, hearing of other tribes of fera he went to seek them out to learn from them.
1970 - Present - United States - He left Africa and headed for the States, where he currently lives still.
"Cato has the liberty of age to have made mistakes and proven that he is above such mistakes, he is wise beyond measure and truly a good friend and one who I am proud to call my fellow Alpha of our pack." - James LaCoix
"Something to Say" - Someone
Has a number of children, including more then one metis.
Has walked almost every country
James LaCoix - Silver Fang Packmate and Friend
Ctrl-Alt-Del "Del" - Corax Greyhat and Chatterbox
Haiyu Xihuang - Kitsune Pirate that he traveled with and eventually became pack with
Ora James - Ajaba Packmate
Ajay Miller, "Not as Worthless as That Guy"
Bartholomew Alan Alexander