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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 27, 2012

    Beaverpaw

    Well since no one will train me...*leaps up andtwits, pretending to come down on an opponents back. Sudenly, a silvery spirit shines* Beaverpaw: F-Firestroke? Firestroke: hello. You have grown much since i saw you last. How do you lik the clan? Beaverpaw: its...wonderful. but im not getting any vtraining at all. My mentor tell me where to go, then never comes back to actualt train me. Firestroke: lets see. I c help you. I can solify enough so that you can land on me. Beaverpaw: great! Thanks. Firestroke: so your aching about fighting? Give me...a pounce off the muzzle, like the beutiful deminstration you showed before. Beverpaw: ok! *she leaps off te ground and uses firestrokes muzzle as a launchpad onto his back. Just as she leaves his muzzle firestrokes paw comes out to push her off, but he just misses. Beaerpaw leaps off his back* beaverpaw: was that good? Firestroke: * purrs* great. But remember you will be ighting much more stronger, faster warriors bthan this old chump. Try to get off the muzzle faster. We'll try that later. Now, i need you to show me what you would do if a good cat was being attacked by an opponent and needed help. Ill be th opnent. Beaverpaw: *nodds d backs up. Stelthily, she pads forward untill he is runjing. She leaps onti firestrokes back and lightly grabs his scruff and pukls bck. Then she get off* Beverpaw: good? Firestroke: yes. That was a good move. Just be sure to remmwber to dig in your claws and teeth and pull back with all ur might.

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