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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 31, 2012


    Rosekit crept after Whitefoot. She felt bad for the deputy. Rosekit didnt know what was wrong with her, and she decided she wouldnt ask. Rosekit stopped, having tracked Whitefoot's scent all the way to a tree. Rosekit looked around.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 2, 2012


    *she nods and sits down thoughtfully* ~Thoughtful Whitefoot

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 11, 2012


    Oh no! *i quickly help until i can do no more. I leave without a trace because i tresspassed.*

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 28, 2012


    -He saw the river picking up speed. Suddenlh a puh of water came andpushed him over into the water htting his head agiants th rock. It bleed and bleed no one came. That shows what foxhearts they are

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    Posted June 1, 2012

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 18, 2012

    Skystep prey post

    The stench of a kittypet is near by. It leads off deep into the forest. This border needs remarking but maybe the trail leads somewhere. The trail winds twists and turns but eventualy leads to a squirrel nest. Its pushed deep into the roots of a tree. Its been long abandoned but has been reocuppied. By a family of sparrows. The mother has flown off for food. But the chiks are adventerous and are climbing outside of the nest. And if the mother returns there could be two things. One she attacks. Or two shes attacked.......

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 30, 2012


    Ran an started fighting the dog. The dog howled and ran away.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 28, 2012


    Rockpaw walks slowly through, then pauses to bat away a rock. He looks to the side to see a flat rock in a small clearing. He goes over to the rock and lays on its sun warmed surface. He watches as a mouse hiding behind a tree root nibbles on a seed. The mouse looks up from the seed and stares at him. "What do you want dumb mouse?" He says to the mouse. To his surprise, the mouse scurries up to his paw dangling from the rock. He swings his paw gently at it. "Go away. Im not going to kill you if thats what you want. Dapplefire never taught me how to hunt," he says as he rolls over. He sighs. "Im way behind on training." He rolls back over to look at the mouse. "What did i just tell you? Go away!" He remembers watching cats hunt mice and decides he could try himself. He gets into a not-perfect-and-not-terrible hunting crouch and pounces heavily next to the mouse. He straitens up. "Uh... i think i did that wrong." He looks at were the mouse was. The mouse was gone. He went back to sleeping on the rock. The sun had shifted and now the sunlight was directly in his eyes. He stood up, blinking. He caught a strange scent he had never smelled before. He looked around, expecting something to leap out of the trees. When he relaxed and figured it was nothing, he heard a low growl from behind him. He jumped around. Nothing was there. Then there was another growl from behind him. He turned towards it. Nothing. Then he heard something crashing towards him from behind. He turned around just in time to see a huge black dog. The dog grabed his scruff in its jaws and shook him. He squirmed and clawed the dog's muzzle. The dog dropped him. He ran away to another book. The dog chased him.

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