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Bramblestar's head shot up. He hissed. "Who are you?" He mewed. Ignoring Bramblestar's question, a black and white tom mewed, "We are looking for Ginger. I am Magpie. Now that we found her, may we join?" <p> "Wha!" Ginger mewed. Kingfisher slipped out and headed toward Riverclan territory. "Yes you may." Bramblestar mewed warily. "May we get warrior names?" Asked a she. "How do you know-" Bramblestar started to say, but she cut him off. "My brother told me." "You can't possibly be-" He mewed but she cut him off once more. <p> "Yes. I remember you. Is he here?" She mewed. "No." Bramblestar mewed sadly. "He- he's dead. He died saving the clans." "Died!" Mewed the Princess urgently. "Is my son alright?" "Yes." Mewed Cloudtail. "I'm fine mom." He padded to her. <p> "Cloudtail!" Mewed Princess. "You've grown up to be big and strong!" She mewed. "How did you get-" "I'll explain later. Can we have warrior names?" "Yes." Bramblestar mewed and leapt onto High Ledge and yowled, "All gather at High Ledge for a clan meeting!"
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