Scourge x Ashfur Part 2Ashfur stared in shock at Scourge for a heartbeat before breaking out into a purr so hard it shook his whole body. He launched himself at Scourge and playfully pummelled his stomach. Purring, Scourge wrapped his paws around Ashfur's neck and rolled them over. He gently battered at Ashfur's tummy and Ashfur wiggled out from under Scourge and they bothed faced each other, crouching. Playfulness sparkled brightly in Scourge's eyes and warmed Ashfur's heart.Scourge x Ashfur Part 23 years ago in Profiles More Like This
Outside, the snowstorm stopped and the weak dawn light shone into the den, breaking Ashfur and Scourge from their playfighting. They broke apart, puffing, disappointment shining in both of their eyes. Ashfur sighed sadly and walked over to Scourge, pressing against the small black cat. "I have to go back to camp now." He whispered, sadness evident in his voice.
Scourge whined softly in protest. Ashfur brushed his tail comfortingly along Scourge's flank. Their tails twisted together, and Scourge pressed his nose into Ashfur's shoulder.
Scourge X Ashpaw (Part 1)‘It was awful…’ A small gray apprentice with sapphire eyes padded through the dense, dark woods, thinking of the events that had just occurred. Needless to say, he was scared, it was the worst thing he had ever seen in his short life span. ‘He...died...nine times…’ The greatest tyrant the forest had ever seen, Tigerstar was stripped of his nine lives in a horrid, bloody fashion by a small, apprentice sized, cold-blooded outsider by the name of Scourge. Ashpaw shuddered “Three days...Should I fight…? Or run…?” the apprentice thought to himself silently. Ashpaw wandered further into the woods; towards the Tallpines. Firestar had warned every cat not to go out alone, he regrettably did not listen. Ashpaw remembered talking to his friend, “The clan needs prey...I’ll go get some.” he promised. The small gray apprentice was beginning to disagree with himself, realizing this was a very very bad ideScourge X Ashpaw (Part 1)2 months ago in Romance More Like This
Ash x ScourgeAshfur slowly opened his eyes and stretched his back, his mouth opening in a wide yawn. The dawn light was barely seeping into the warriors den. Bright white light shone from outside the den and Ashfur sighed; more snow. Leafbare really was the worst time of the year. He slid outside, wincing slightly as his paws sunk into the cold, fresh snow. Since no one else was awake, he decided to go hunting. The clan needed all the food they could find at the moment. He skirted the clearing and slunk out of tunnel and trotted up the hill, mouth open to catch the scents.Ash x Scourge3 years ago in Profiles More Like This
Ashfur was almost at the lake when he caught a scent. Cat, definately, but it didn't smell like any of the clans cats... Actually, it was kind of familiar. He dropped into a hunter's crouch and slid noiselessly into a bush. He peered out and studied the strange cat. The cat was small, yet definately a male. He had pure black fur and had a purple collar, studded with teeth. The cat's ear twitched, and he turned his head. His ice b
Ashfur x Scourge Part 3Ashfur waited, his heart pounding loudly in his ears, for Scourge's reply to his confession. As the heartbeats stretched out, disappointment swelled within him. He turned, sadness consuming him. He knew it was too good to be true. With a heavy sigh, he turned and padded out of the den. "Please don't leave me!" Scourge wailed from behind him, fear clear in his voice.Ashfur x Scourge Part 33 years ago in Profiles More Like This
Was it fear of being caught or fear of losing him? Ashfur wondered. But he knew he could never just be friends with Scourge. It would tear him to pieces. He turned his head and looked at Scourge - so small against the largeness of the den. "I'm sorry." Ashfur murmured, before sprinting away.
He stopped when he reached the WindClan border. He sat by the stream, threw back his head and let out yowl straight from his heart. It contained all his anguish, loss, and complete and utter sadness. He yowled until all feeling was gone from him. He yowled until his voice went hoarse and refused to work.
He trudged back to camp at sunri