The Green Prophecy (Chapter One)It is pure chaos for me in Moonclan. I am often interrupted in the middle of the night because of my fear of Green cough, a disease that no medicine cat could seem to find a cure for. Everything I tried failed. I had only succeeded in slowing it down a little, but it wasn’t enough to keep cats alive. I sigh as I pad up to Mousestar, who wanted to know how many cats fell sick each day, but it was starting to get hard to keep count. Mousestar is a brown tom with beady brown eyes that looked at you warmly and coldly at the same time as if he were expecting you to possibly fight him.The Green Prophecy (Chapter One)1 week ago in General Fiction More Like This
I looked at Mousestar with genuine sadness, and told how many and he cursed under his breath.
“At this rate we won’t have any warriors left to hunt. Starpool, is there anything we can do to not get sick?”
“Yes,” I murmured under my breath, I flicked my silver ears. “We can but we will need to separate cats that are healthy from sick cats and no sharing prey with each o
The Green Prophecy (Prologue) Sapphirepool shivered nervously, the sensation tingling through her fur. Rushdream tapped her questionably with his blueish tail.The Green Prophecy (Prologue)1 week ago in General Fiction More Like This
“What’s wrong, Sapphirepool? Hedgehog got ‘yer tail?” He jokes and grins. Sapphire looked back at the Moonstone anxiously. This was her first time here without her mentor; she just recently became Medicine cat of Sunclan, and this was her first time at the Moonstone. What would Starclan be like? Would they accept her as a Medicine cat even though Sunclan already had Feathermist?
Taking a deep breath, Sapphirepool touched the cold rock with her nose, closing her eyes, letting the dreams take over.
For a few moments, there was darkness. Nothing but black and the slight scent of… heather? Was she in Windclan territory? The blackness faded eventually, and into view the sight of lush grass and trees as far as the eye could see. No, this wasn’t Windclan. Plants sprouted here and there, and plenty of pr
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I nearly choked on my roasted Caterpie laughing at Sam’s joke. It was so immature, but that Pikachu was the funniest being I had ever met! He watched as I swallowed the morsel of chewy meat. It had taken quite a while, but I had dealt with this adoption family and gotten use to everybody, even the newer additions of our family. Sam had turned out to be just like a brother to me, and was quite the adventurous type like Sacha was. Stubborn like him, too!
“So, Cloo, I’ve been wondering,” Sam began in between chomps, “When are you thinking about evolving? You’ve been with our family for a year now, and yet you’re still just a Charmander. Trained Pokemon would be a Charizard by now.” I could have sworn I saw him shudder a little with the sour saying of Charizard.
I shrug. “I dunno. I can’t really train, can I? I can’ fight anybody here, and it’s probably a bad idea for me to go out in the for