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Softly

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  • Posted March 11, 2011

    more from this reviewer

    Short and sweet

    Decent for a freebie. Heartwarming.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 25, 2012

    The auther

    Love it!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 23, 2012

    Chapter 4

    "She may be small now, but I am big!" He growled, his eyes flashing. "Yeah, pick on someone your own side!" Added Cherrypaw. Stoatpaw snarled and backed away, accepting defeat. "Don't let him get to you Softpaw," meowed Molepaw, still glaring in Stoatpaw's direction. "Thank you," Softpaw mewed greatfully. "Let the Gathering begin!" Yowled Blackstar from the third lowest branch on the Great Tree. The cats quieted immediately. "We have had good hunting, and Tallpoppy has given birth to a healthy litter of two kits." Blackstar nodded toward Mistystar, who was on the second highest branch. "We have also had good hunting this greenleaf. We have a new apprentice, Fluffpaw, and Mossypaw has become a warrior: Mossyflight!" The Clans chanted Mossyflight's name and the new RiverClan warrior waved her tail proudly. Onestar began to speak. "We also have a new warrior, Furzefoot!" The cats looked around for her, but she was not there. "Unfortunately she heavily sprained her leg helping to chase out a fox-" "Right into our territory!" Interrupted Squirrelflight. Bramblestar shot her a look but continued for her. "There is now a fox in our territory because of that. So thank you," Bramblestar glared accusingly at Onestar. "It is in your territory now, so it is not our problem!" Retorted Onestar from the bottom branch. Softpaw noticed many of her Clanmates glaring at WindClan. "Anyway, we have a new apprentice, Softpaw!" He finished. With a slight nod, the leaders jumped down from their branches. "It's time to go," meowed Ivypool. Softpaw followed her mentor onto the tree-bridge. No one rushed her this time, so steadily, she made her way across, landing on the marshy ground below. She made her way to home, her paws aching and her eyelids heavy. The camp was empty when they got back, so Softpaw headed right for the apprentices den. "Goodnight Softpaw," meowed Ivypool. Softpaw grunted in response and flopped into her nest. She could feel Molepaw's warm fur brushing against her back, and she fell asleep. "Hey! Softpaw! Wake up!" Shouted Snowpaw. "Huh?" Groaned Softpaw. She yawned and slowly padded outside. It was dawn. "It's so early!" She whined, blinking in the golden liquid sun. "You'll have to get used to it, because we are going to go get fresh moss for the elders." Ivypool walked over. "Sounds fun," muttered Softpaw under her breath. Ivypool led Softpaw out of the camp. They walked through the forest for a while, and stopped at a large elm tree. "Where's the moss?" Asked Softpaw, looking up. "Over here," Mewed Ivypool, padding over to the trunk. A soft layer of spongy green coated the side of the tree. "Now, try cutting some off like this," she instructed, swiping with her claw. A clump of dry moss sliced off onto her claw. Softpaw unsheathed a claw, and slowly cut a ragged chunk out. "Extend your claw more," explained Ivypool, cutting more off. Soon the two cats had gathered a thick bundle of moss. "My claw is aching!" Complained Softpaw. Ivypool purred. "I think you'll survive. Now, you can carry more moss if you put some under your chin and in your mouth." She showed Softpaw what she ment. "Okay," meowed Softpaw through clenched teeth, careful not to drop any moss. "Lets head back to camp then." Softpaw followed Ivypool back to ThunderClan camp.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 23, 2012

    18 page waste of time

    It just barely makes sense. At only 18 pages, at least it didn't waste too much of my time.

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