Every Vulpine has a natural urge imprinted in their genes to reproduce. Upon reaching adulthood, the desire to
reproduce (which is dormant until sexual maturity) slowly activates and becomes more powerful with age. Whenever a Vulpine
feels the urge, they will often start seeking a mate (or several mates) until their instincts have been satisfied. But
even after a Vulpine reproduces, the biological instinct to yiff is only temporarily satisfied, they may feel the urge to
reproduce again later on in their lives.
Besides the natural urge to reproduce, Vulpines also yiff for pleasure. Since not all Vulpines are ready to start
a family at the same time, but have the desire to yiff, the couple can take contraceptive measures so that their yiffy desires
can be satisfied, while not having to worry about having a family if they aren't ready for one*.
There are three types of relationships that will be covered in this Episode, I will quickly describe each type now and
go into greater detail later on.
1. Interspecies Relationships (M and F of DIFFERENT species)
There are certain species on Vulpes that are either female only or are predominantely female. In order for them
to reproduce, they must cross-breed with males of other species. In addition to this, there are also other types of
interspecies relationships that have nothing to do with this (See next act).
2. Intraspecies Relationships (M and F of SAME species)
The most common type of yiffy relationship on Vulpes, there really isn't a whole lot to say about that here.
3. "Alpha Male" (Group) Relationships (one M + multiple F of same or different species...VERY
In a few rare cases, there are relationships where one male has a group of several females to choose from, similar to
a harem. 95% of these types of relationships involve female wolves, lionesses or female meerkats.
Each of the three types of relationships will be described in the order I listed above, along with some of the most common
examples of that type of relationship. We'll start with the Interspecies relationship section.
End of Act 1