Warriors: A New Clan inside the Forest *Chapter 4*
I awoke, several moons had gone by. At sunset we would set out to four-trees. I noticed Talonstar was dead serious today as I watched him. He continuously was throwing orders everywhere. When he reached me he spoke in a low voice.
"I think we should bring the whole clan to the gathering, though if the other clans reject us we must fight. Though we need to keep the camp protected, I will be making five or seven cats stay the rest will go." I nodded and he turned around, telling something to Nightshade and Lionfang. I hassled threw the patrol, not making a good job of it. I was running threw everything, eating, napping, cleaning, deputy things, patrols; there was no stop to this day. Finally sunset appeared over the sky and Talonstar had already set up a party of who will come. Nightshade, Lionfang, and four other cats were to stay, including kits and queens. All the others were going; Talonstar began to lead us to four-trees. I walked behind him, serious about what might happe
Warriors: A New Clan inside the Forest *Chapter 3*
I awoke to loud coughing, I looked over at Coalfoot. No one seemed to be getting much sleep. I narrowed my eyes and got up walking outside towards the medicine cat den.
"Mistleaf are you awake?" A small rustle appeared as I saw a cat's tail.
"Yes. Who is it?" She was half blind, but had excellent hearing.
I walked inside, "Icestorm. Has Coalfoot come to you yet?"
Mistleaf looked at me, puzzled. "Why no. Is something wrong with him?"
I nodded, "He is coughing more then you can imagine, and I would personally like to get some sleep as much as the others."
Mistleaf looked ashamed, "I didn't know. I'll get on it right away. Can you send him here?"
I flicked my tail, "I have important business to do. I am on a small schedule. This clan has less three moons to be prepared for the Gathering; we have apprentices needing to be trained. Making sure everyone knows the territory, get all Kittypets hardened for clan life. Loners need to learn the rules, and rogues have to shap
Warriors: A New Clan inside the Forest *Chapter 2*
I yawned as a patted out of the Warriors' den. I closed my eyes, as I saw the sunlight blaze onto me. I slowly opened them again, it was morning. Talonstar was already up and awake, giving orders to some of the new Warriors. I saw some cats leave the camp, most likely for border patrols or hunting patrols. I walked to Talonstar's side.
"Talonstar, is there anything you wish for me to do?" I asked, staring at two kits tackling one-another. He too seemed to be staring at the kits, observing their strength.
"Not at the moment. Once the first border patrol returns send out a hunting patrol." I nodded and turned away. I looked back at him, one kit had the other pinned, chuckling. The kit on the ground quickly kicked him off, with a hiss of disappointment. After that Talonstar turned and went inside his den. As I headed to the fresh-kill pile, I paused to stare at a cat nearby. I also noticed Nightshade speaking with her; I walked a little closer so I was in ear-shot.
"So, you just
Warriors: A New Clan inside the Forest *Chapter 1*
I ran as fast as my paws could take me, I had assembled many cats across the forest, some rogue, some lonerseven some kittypets.
"Everyone hurry, we cannot waist time!" We were in a rush due to the fact our leader, the creator of this new clan, was a mixture of both wise yet stern enough to let his cats die.
"Were coming as fast as possible, Icestorm!" I looked behind to see who spoke, it was little Nightshade.
"I know, but if we fall of our time limit Talonstar will make sure we all pay."
There was a small sigh from Nightshade as we continued on. I looked forward and quickly darted to the right, as I saw an approaching tree. Nightshade and I were the only ones in the handful of cats who knew how Talonstar was. The others were new cats, coming to join. To other clans we were small, but Talonstar said once we earn enough cats we will thrive threw the forest and the Clans will know our names. We are called SmokeClan. I dashed once more, reaching an entrance in which was c