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Contemplations of the Dread and Love of God, Frim the Ms. Harleian 2409 in the British Museum

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 18, 2013

    My story part 2

    Cloudsong and redstorm cowered before flamestar. His green eyes blazed with fury and he stalked back and fourth across the den. "How dare you, how dare you tresspass in enemy territory," he hissed, "I had to bend over backwards to prevent a war coming from shadowclan and windclan because you two birdbrains dont have enough sense to stay in your own territory! Furthermore, you have embarrased the reputation of thunderclan once again, and as my daughter, cloudsong, you have humiliated me. I should put you two back in the nursurey for yiur actions ever since you were made warriors." Redstorm scoffed. "And remind me again what we did ever since we were warriors..." Flamestar glared at him. "Do you find this funny? Do you setting fire to Riverclans camp funny? Do you find stealing kits from windclan funny? Or invading shadowclan funny? Is being a warrior just a game to you? When will you both stop acting like kits and grow up?" Cloudsong cowered. "But daddy I..." he turned on her. "Silence. I dont want to hear another excuse. Until you two manage to grow up, you will have apprentice duties. Cleaning the elders den. Sleeping in the apprentice den. And yes, mentors." Cloudsong and redstorm groaned. "Cloudsong, your mentor will be Frostwish, and redstorm, i will be your mentor. Now, get out of my sight!" Cloudsong and redstorm dipped their heads and darted out of his den. Redstorm growled. "When the dark forest comes back," he thought, "things will be different...."

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    Posted June 19, 2013

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 9, 2013

    Dewdrop's Dream - Part One

    ThunderClan Leader = Rainstar
    ShadowClan Leader = Smokestar
    RiverClan Leader = Silverstar
    WindClan Leader = Yellowstar

    Dewdrop was dreaming. She raced through the dense, shadowy forest that was home to the best Clan - her Clan - ShadowClan. Her pads beat lightly against the soft pine needle underpaw. The moon gleamed brightly overhead, turning her dark gray fur into a shimmering silver. An owl hooted nearby. Dewdrop sighed as she ran. The night was beautiful, perfect, serene. She stopped at a pool of water and took a long, refreshing drink. The water was cold, clear. She stopped drinking to look into the pool - just long enough to see the giant, bloodstained claw errupt from the depths and rip her throat open.

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