Inugami serve their masters loyally, performing tasks just like a faithful dog. They are loyal to one person or one family only, and unless seriously mistreated they remain loyal forever; these spirits can be passed down from generation to generation like an heirloom.
Inugami are a kind of familiar, or spirit of possession, which are found in Kyushu, Shikoku, and elsewhere in West Japan. In public, an inugami looks identical to an ordinary dog in order to blend in with society. However, its true form is that of a desiccated, mummified dog’s head, often dressed up in ceremonial trappings. This is kept safe (and away from prying eyes) in a secret shrine in its owner’s house.
Aros wants a keeper who will take the time to communicate and bond with him. Treat him well, and he will return the favor.
We don’t know much about Aros. He just arrived yesterday and talks to Mya at least five times a day about needing a permanent keeper. He wants to remain in one place with someone who needs him as much as he needs them.
We will try to obtain more information about him in the upcoming days.