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Blood Wings

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 24, 2013

    Tap here!Story!

    At desert results

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 4, 2013

    Starrykit

    Idk why I didn't read this earlier...

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 20, 2013

    Song

    Great!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 13, 2013

    Rainstream

    Waterheart Sparkeleaf ivysong starshine leafsong birdshine herbdong

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 12, 2013

    very good

    Nice you are a good writer

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 27, 2013

    To the f***ing hawks

    A person rushes in and cuts most of your heads off. He/she kicks all of you. Then he/she realizes hunter is there and runs off after looking at him for a minute.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 27, 2013

    Hunter to hawks

    You can't say that. You can't say that dovekit tremebled or squealed. You don't RP dovekit.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 27, 2013

    Chester

    A cheetah runs in biting the hawks

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 11, 2013

    Hawkpool and the disaster Part 2

    "And then Briarstar told me that he will pick me as deputy!" Hawkkit meowed in excitement to his sister Featherkit hours later when he was on the highrock with his dad, Briarstar. They were both in the nursery with Sandleg and Berryheart and their kits, Leafkit, Spiderkit, Mousekit, Lionkit, Honeykit, and Shrewkit. "Wow! You are so lucky! Our ceromony is tonight too! Oh my Starclan! Oh my Starclan!" Hawkkit can tell how excited Featherkit was. "I know!" Hawkkit squealed. "Shh! Silverflower is coming!" Featherkit whispered in Hawkkit's ear. Hawkkit turned around to see their mother padded in. "I think your naming ceromony is only a few heartbeats away." She told her kits. "So are ours!" Honeykit and Mousekit squealed. "We are the same age as you!" Hawkkit jumps. "This is so excit-" he was inturrupted by a voice. "Let all cats old enough to catch their own prey come beneath the highrock for a clan meeting!" Honeykit, Mousekit, Featherkit, and Hawkkit squealed in excitement. 'Yes!' Hawkkit thought and raced outside with the other kits. Briarstar's eyes sparkled in amazement to see how much his kits have grown. "Today, we have four kits who have reached their sixth moon mark. It is time they are now apprentices." Briarstar spoke loud and clear. "Honeykit, step forward." Honeykit stepped up from the group of the four kits. "Honeykit, from this moment on until you have earned your warrior name you will be known as Honeypaw. Rowanstripe, this is your first apprentice. Teach her all you have learn from Yellownose." Rowanstripe, a tall white tom with green eyes, stepped out of the crowd and touch noses with his new apprentice. "Mousekit, step forward." Briarstar continued as the small brown tom stepped foward. "Mousekit, from this moment on until you rearned your warrior name you will be known as Mousepaw. Brightleaf, you are ready for a Medicine Cat apprentice. Teach him all the ways about herbs and renemies." Brightleaf, a small orange she-cat with blue eyes, came out of the Medicine Cat den. Mousepaw ran over to her and sat down next to the wise cat. "Featherkit, step forward." Briarstar spoke. Featherkit stepped forward, her eyes shimmering in the high moonlight. Hawkkit stomped his paws. 'My turn next!' He thought. "Featherkit, from this moment on until you earned your warrior name you will be known as Featherpaw. Darkfall, you have trained Cloudclaw succesfuly, so I give you another apprentice. Teach her all you haved learn." Darkfall, a dark gray tom with white stripes, touch noses with Hawkkit's littermate. "Hawkkit, step forward." Hawkkit squeaked in excitement. 'Yes!' He thought and ran over. "Hawkkit, from this moment on until you earned your warrior name you shall be known as Hawkpaw. Flameheart, yu are ready for your first apprentice. Teach him all the skills you have learn from Redtooth." Flameheart, a white she-cat with amber eyes and large flame-colored spots, touch noses with the new apprentice. The crowd of patient cats started to call out their name. "Honeypaw! Mousepaw! Featherpaw! Hawkpaw! Honeypaw! Mousepaw! Featherpaw! Hawkpaw!" Hawkpaw meowed in excitement. 'My name! Hawkpaw!' END OF PART TWO!! CONTINUE ON PART THREE!!!!!!

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