How Did We Choose Our Fursonas? Jeffery Core | June 8, 2012 | Podcast | 1 Comment http://media.blubrry.com/wagztail/p/wagztail.com/files/2012/05/WT14.mp3Podcast: Download (27.5MB) Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSJoin us this week as we discuss the process that went into how we chose our fursonas in depressing, aggravating, over-the-top depth. Metadata and Credits WagzTail Podcast 2.0 Episode 14 Runtime: 30m Cast: Levi; Norzman; Pachua; Wolfin Editor: Silent Format: 128kbps ABR split-stereo MP3 Copyright: © 2012 WagzTail.com. Some Rights Reserved. This podcast is released by WagzTail.com as CC BY-ND 3.0. If distributed with a facility that has an existing agreement in place with a Professional Rights Organisation (PRO), file a cue sheet for 30:00 to Fabien Renoult (BMI) 1.67%, Josquin des Pres (BMI) 1.67%, WagzTail.com 96.67%. Rights have been acquired to all content for national and international broadcast and web release with no royalties due. Special thanks to Scott Liddell for the Podcast thumbnail for this episode. Tags:characters, fursonas, Levi, Norzman, Pachua, personas, Wolfin Related Posts Goals and Inspiration 1 Comment | Aug 13, 2015 Exotic Pets 1 Comment | Jul 14, 2012 Animal Rights 1 Comment | Feb 27, 2014 Air-Dwelling Societies 1 Comment | Oct 3, 2013 About The Author Wolfin The friendly wolf-dolphin hybrid will do you no harm. Unless you're a fish. In which case you're now a tasty meal! One Comment Carl Blessing (aka Murphy Slaugh (Murphy's Law)) June 12, 2012 Reply Hey Wagztail Furiends. In keeping with the theme, just to tell you, I am a European Pine Marten. I feel that this is a fursona that really fits me. Having being interested in Celtic culture, I wanted to find a creature that was native to Ireland…but something unique. I didn’t just want to pick any creature on earth, stick him in Ireland and say he’s Irish. I looked at a website that listed native Irish animals…saw marten, and thought “AHA”. Now I’ve heard of marten in a furry story before, but I always envisioned them as a type of fox. But after looking at this and doing research on them, I realized that they are actually a Mustelid (weasel family). My furname was coincidental as I managed to find 2 Irish names that put together sound like “Murphy’s Law”…something which I’ve dealt with in 30 years or so. Because there’s so little info on them (other than basic wikipedia and a few videos), I’ve had to create my own sounds and behavior patterns for them. Stereotypes: As for my own family group, ferrets and otters are cute and playful (yet most furs who are ferrets/otters tend to actually be that way). Dragons are haughty and fierce, coyotes are scavengers, but again, these are stereotypes and I’ve learned not to go by them. BTW, actually did end up telling my parents AND posting my being a fur on Facebook. So far, so good. Thanks for a wonderful show. Keep it up! Looking forward to the next episode.:) Add a Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Website: Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.