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Posted November 25, 2013
It is a hole in a rock face stretching back about four fox-lengths, and in a smooth outcropping in the back of rock, Bramblepaw has carved out groves in the rock where she stores her various paints and two deeper groves, one for sharpened sticks for sketching in the sandy floor of her den, and another for paintbrushes, for painting in the numerous rock tunnels that stretch out from her den. She also has numerous dips in the sandy earth that she keeps BlueThorn and numerous herbs in, and a stream tickling down from above provides her with fresh, clean water. She has a nest compiled of warm hay and feathers, which she sleeps on, as well as two moss and feather nests in case she has visitors. Bramblepaw sleeps in the nest.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.