Origin of WTFox Gang
Time goes back to two decades before, all kinds of animals got along peacefully in the western forest. Foxes, as one of the high-IQ animals among others, could not only imitate walking on two feet like an ape, also savvy about business operations. Their ancestral home-grown golden apple was once popular, its sweetness and longevity have made it become one of the best-selling fruits in the forest for many years.
Unfortunately, the good times didn't last long. Wolfs have been holding a grudge against foxes due to the war their ancestors fought each other a few centuries ago. The Wolf Lord suddenly came up with a perfect idea to drive foxes away from the forest. One night, it sent wolf gangsters to replace some of the golden apples with poisonous red apples secretly in foxes' storehouse, then painted them gold to impersonate like a golden apple.
Later, most animals suffered from mystic disease by eating the fake apples, and even showed visible signs of aging. Therefore, foxes began to be rejected by others animals, its business declined rapidly, also labeled "Foxes are cunning" for them. Eventually, under pressure and coercion, they were forced to leave their own place...
These months, home lost and hope lost had made them start blaming their fate. During the desperateness, one of the brave fox stood forward, it seemed not to accept that was their destiny. After that, under its exhortation and innate leadership skill, the hopeless foxes have united once again. Finally, they decided to settle down on a desert island and named that fox to be Fox King.
Now, they have established their own organisation "WTFox Gang". During these long and stable days, the population increased to more than 7,000, meanwhile the island has developed into a modern town with the fox's ingenuity, and started reviving gradually.
Foxes understand that The Wolf Lord will never stop searching their location. Right now, they can no longer sit idly by, they must fully prepare to defend their next generation, and vow to change the world's prejudice that "Foxes are cunning"