Warriors: Dusk Ch. 6"It's so amazing what you can do when knocking a single rock down the mountain. It can cause such a disaster."Warriors: Dusk Ch. 61 year ago in General Fiction More Like This
Trianity stood tall, smiling at Echopaw and Dawnpaw. The animals of the night had gone silent. The moon had been covered by dark clouds and only some stars shone through. StarClan had left them. Their connection to them was no more after the entrance to moonstone had been buried in stones.
The farm was just across the thunderpath. Echopaw and Dawnpaw could try to flee, but they didn't know how fast Trianity or the cats next to her were. And if they didn't watch for monsters on the thunderpath, they might accidently cross at the wrong time. Trianity had them in her paws.
"Why?" Echopaw unsheathed his claws. "Why did you do that?!"
Trianity tilted her head and walked closer, "Why? I said before. This superstition of yours stands in the way of Scourge's rule. Let it be known as mercy we let you exit the caves before we triggered the stonefall."
Dawnpaw peered into Trianity's eyes
Warriors: Dusk 5"Prove to me Pinestar saw something in you."Warriors: Dusk 51 year ago in General Fiction More Like This
Longtail charged at Drake quickly, scratching him on the cheek and kicking him in the side. Drake fell sideways onto the ground, kicking up dirt when he hit. He got up and unsheathed his claws. Longtail was whipping around the trees. Drake couldn't see a way to dodge him. He was just too fast.
Suddenly, Longtail passed Drake while grabbing Drake's neck with his extremely long tail. He lashed his tail onto the ground, bringing Drake down with it. Drake's face was already torn up as it was from Garve before. Now he had more scratches over his face, and it hurt. Wasn't this just a dream? How could he feel pain when it was just a dream?
Drake got up once again. He watched for any kind of pattern in Longtail's attacks, but they were completely random. Everytime Drake tried to run, he was knocked back down by Longtail's kicks, or if Drake tried to slash at him, he simply dodged it and countered. What chance did he stand against this cat?
Warriors: Dusk Ch 4Drake woke up with the same things the previous morning. He started by eating the berries he knocked away and watched some twolegs pass by the path next to his hiding place. They always looked so happy and content, no worries in the world.Warriors: Dusk Ch 41 year ago in General Fiction More Like This
With the rising sun, Drake pondered what he would do. Would he say no and continue a loner or hope to be with another twoleg, or should he join the ranks of the clans to become brave and help them? The choice might have been clear the first time he thought of it, but when he thought of the risk of getting killed, it made him shiver. BloodClan was infamous and cruel, and they also wanted him to face a cat named Sol who sounded just as dangerous as BloodClan. Drake slid out of the bush and shook the leaves off his fur. He looked at the huge stones on the horizon and saw the closest one. That must be Highstones, he thought. With a quick start, he followed the path laid out in front of him.
Around him was a big field with high grass. The sky was cloudy w
Warriors: Dusk Ch 2 The night was silent like the night before. The moon was full, lighting the twolegplace brighter than any twoleg light. The stars glittered and spread across the sky like a blanket. Crickets were silently chirping their songs in the fields. An owl's "hoo" could be heard from the lonely path Drake was following.Warriors: Dusk Ch 21 year ago in General Fiction More Like This
Drake was alone that night, finding his bush again. He took whatever berries he could find and piled them so he could eat easily. They weren't as good as the juicy mouse he ate earlier with... Henry. He felt agony. Drake accused himself for Henry's death. He could have at least helped by fighting with Henry, but he was too stricken with fear to do anything. Anger started to boil in his body as he bashed away the berries and tried to fall asleep. The pain he felt kept him awake until he became drowsier. In his mind the world around him ceased to exist.
Dead trees... Heavy mist... Foreboding darkness... Absence of stars and the moon. Drake opened his eyes to see these things.