BloodClanBlue eyes gleamed in the moonlit bushes. A strong, muscular cat leaped gracefully out of the bushes, her gray pelt turned silver. A lithe ginger tabby padded silently by her side. I am worried, Featherstar. What will RiverClan say? The large gray tabby looked down at the ginger tabby. You are right to be concerned Squirrelstream. But what can we do about it. We cannot turn back time and change our actions. All we can do is accept the consequences for our actions. Squirrelstream nodded, and once more the duo fell silent. After what seemed like nine lifetimes, the four massive oaks crept into Squirrelstreams line of vision. As if obeying an unspoken command, Squirrelstream and Featherstar quickened the pace from a gentle, easy walk to a trot, then to a run. Finally, ThunderClan burst into Fourtrees.
Featherstar leapt on top of the Great rock, and Squirrelstream went to search for her SkyClan friend, Twigheart. She spotted him sitting next to his deputy Raven
Fireheart's betrayl part 1Fireheart's betrayl part 15 years ago in Children and Teen More Like This
Tigerclaw slipped quietly into Bluestar's den, his paws making no noise on the sandy floor. Yowls and screeches pierced the air outside. The blue-gray leader was battling a large white tom with jet black paws. Tigerclaw dragged the cat off of his leader, and hissed softly in his ear, Go rejoin the fight, Blackfoot. I'll kill her. The former ShadowClan deputy gave a short, barely detectable nod, then fled the den with a yowl of pain. Tigerclaw turned to face Bluestar. He snorted, Fighting skills a little rusty, Bluestar? I could help you with that, you know. He taunted her. Bluestar, however, was barely paying his tone of voice any mind. She mewed distractly, We'll worry about that later, Tigerclaw. The Clan needs us now. Tigerclaw hissed in a low, soft voice, No. The Clan needs me He unsheathed his claws, and let out a low snarl.
Phantom of the Opera's grief The year was 1919, and the cold winds of winter whirled around the figure as he made his way through the trees. He was the Phantom of the Opera, and it was far too risky to be seen here, in the graveyard by the Opera Populaire. Someone might recognize him, remember him for all the crimes he had made and lives he had stolen. Regret filled him as he thought of it, of the times he had killed. He had been selfish and self-pitying then. He had been on an unending quest to win her love.Phantom of the Opera's grief5 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Even the thought of her name sent agony through the Phantom's heart. He had watched over her on and off throughout the years, but watching her living her days in bliss with her husband Raoul, and her children, it became too hard for him, and he had left. It had been nearly twenty years since he had last returned to this place. The only reason he came here now was to pay his respects for those he had killed. Joseph
If Ashfur had lived... Ashfur walked alongside the river. He was ready. It was almost time for the gathering. His lips spread in a smile. Yes, he was ready. He would tell Firestar and everyone else what that backstabbing traitor had been hiding from them for so long. And then, Squirrelflight would feel the pain. Oh yes. The pain would hit her in the chest, as if she had run into a brick wall. Then she would know. She would know the pain he had felt each and every day. Brambleclaw would hate her. Firestar would want nothing to do with her. Leafpool would be so disapointed. And then Firestar would kick her out of the clan. Ah yes, Ashfur would savour that moment.If Ashfur had lived...6 years ago in Children and Teen More Like This
Green eyes flashed. Hollyleaf stepped into the light. Ashfur glared at her. "What do you want? I'm gonna tell them, whatever you say." Hollyleaf's eyes were cold. "The warrior code forbids bloodshed between cl
The Lion King III Part 1 It was dawn, and barely light enough to see, yet Kovu was wide awake. He paced nervously in front of the den. Simba purred, amused. You know Rafiki will never let you in there. It was true. As soon as Kiaras labor had begun, Rafiki had closed off the entrance and drove off anyone, including Kovu and Simba, who tried to enter. Kiara needs peace and quiet! Rafiki kept saying. Kovu looked at Simba, anxiety written all over his face. But what if something happens to her? What if she dies and Im not there? What if- Simba cut him off Relax Kovu. Kiara is fine! And having you hovering around her is certainly not going to help! However stern Simbas voice was, amusement flickered in his eyes. Kovu kept pacing until the sun had come out from behind the trees. A voice sounded from inside the den Come in Kovu, and meet your children.The Lion King III Part 17 years ago in Children and Teen More Like This
Fireheart's Betrayal part 13 Every cat stopped fighting, and the strange tom got off of Barley. "Son?" He repeated. He gave the black-and white tom a curious sniff. His eyes widened with astonishement. "Barley? Is that you, son?" Barley nodded, and mewed, "Hello Father." The tom touched noses with his son, and then gave him a lick on the head. "I thought I'd never see you again." The tom mewed hoarsely, and Barley let out a rusty purr.Fireheart's Betrayal part 135 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Ravenpaw studied the strange tom. He was a pale ginger tom, and he looked almost exactly like Violet, except he was a slightly paler shade of orange than his daughter, and he had a distinctive white streak on his chest. His eyes, however, were a green so pale, they were almost gray. As the tom turned from Barley, he caught sight of his daughter. He looked shocked. "Violet?!?" The she-cat nodded, looking very happy. The two cats embraced, and the tom whispered. "I thought you were dead. I heard what your brothers did to you..." Violet b
A Misty Flame part 17 Mistyfoot took a deep breath, then mewed, "I know exactly what we need to do." Fireheart looked at her with fear in his eyes. "What?" Mistyfoot looked straight into his leaf-green eyes, and said in a dead-serious voice, "I'm going to join ThunderClan." Graystripe and Fireheart gaped at her, shock in their eyes. Fireheart spoke first. "Mistyfoot, are you serious?" The gray she-cat nodded. "I've never been more serious in my life." Graystripe's voice sounded from behind Mistyfoot. "Are you sure that's what you want? Changing Clans is hard. No cat knows that better than I. You'll have to leave your friends, your family, and your honor behind. You'll have to work tirelessly to prove your loyalty. If you so much as look at a cat from your old Clan, it will be seen as treason." Graystripe's amber eyes were miserable as he spoke.A Misty Flame part 175 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Mistyfoot nodded. "I understand. I'm willing to go through that for you Fireheart." She pressed against him and purred, "
Fireheart's betrayl part 2Fireheart's betrayl part 25 years ago in Children and Teen More Like This
Fireheart looked up at Tigerclaw with an evil grin. "Let us rejoin the battle, my leader." Tigerclaw nodded, still wary of his former enemy. They were about to leave the den when Sandstorm raced into the den. She was bleeding heavily from the shoulder, and she leaned against the entrance to the den. "Blues-" She broke off, staring in disbelief at Bluestar and Graystripe's bodies. She looked up at Fireheart with shock in her green eyes. "Fireheart, what in the name of StarClan happened in here?!?"
Fireheart looked deep into Sandstorm's eyes, shock, betrayl, and misery plain to see in his green eyes. "Sandstorm, Graystripe attacked Bluestar. H-he would have killed her if I hadn't " He trailed off, hanging his head. Impressed with Fireheart's quick thinking, Tigerclaw stepped forward quickly. "It wasn't your fault, Fireheart." He turned to Sandstorm and explained heavily, "Graystripe went mad, saying that it was all Bluestar'
A Misty Flame part 6 Fireheart let out a choked cry. Graystripe looked outside the den and let out a screech. No!A Misty Flame part 66 years ago in Children and Teen More Like This
It was Brackenpaw.
Fireheart felt grief tug at his heart. Brackenpaw's body was torn and bloody. His eyes were glazed over with fear and hatred, and his lips were curled in a wretched snarl. Fireheart felt the ground beneath him. He looked up at Tigerclaw. Who did this? He croaked. Tigerclaw looked at him steadily. We found him near a badger's den. Apparently, no one was keeping an eye on him he glared at Fireheart and Graystripe as he spoke and he thought that he could take on the badger himself! A screech cut through the air. BRACKENPAW! Cinderpaw limped as fast as she could to her brother's side. She took a look at him, her horror-filled eyes wide with distress. Then she threw herself at her
Fireheart's Betrayl part 7 Ravenpaw sat on the roof of the barn late on a rainy night, overlooking the fields where the cows and horses were grazing. He felt somewhat anxious, though for the life of him he couldn't explain why. He felt as thought something would happen soon, something bad.Fireheart's Betrayl part 75 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Suddenly, a voice sounded from behind him. "Ravenpaw? What in the name of StarClan are you doing awake?" Ravenpaw turned his head to see his best friend, Barley, balancing on the roof behind him. He shook his head and mewed, "I can't sleep." Barley tipped his head in question. "Why not?" Ravenpaw sighed, and pushed his worries aside. "It's nothing. I'll be in in just a minute."
A few minutes later, Ravenpaw was curled up in his soft hay den. He lay there for a while, trying to push his anxious thoughts out of his mind. Then he finally managed to frist off into sleep. He dreamed that he was in the forest near the barn, where ThunderClan made its home. He wa
The Lion King III part 4 Nafasi stared after the hyenas for a while. Finally, he turned to face Simba. You know those hyenas? Simba nodded grimly. Shenzi, Banzi, and Ed worked for Scar. He sent them to kill me more then once. He frowned. I never saw Arufu, however. Kiara padded up to her father, and spoke grimly. From the way they spoke, they seem to assume that you are still the king. You'll be their main target. Nala pressed herself against her mate. Kovu growled, We'll keep guards posted around Pride Rock at all times. You're not to leave Pride Rock without an escort or two. Simba cocked an eybrow. Is that an order Kovu? Kovu nodded, his face hard. It's for your own safety, Simba. Simba looked ready to argue, but finally rolled his eyes and laughed. Have it your way, Kovu. You are the king after all.The Lion King III part 46 years ago in Children and Teen More Like This
Nyuki pressed herself against Nafasi, panting. Nafasi looked down at Ny
Fireheart's Betrayal part 9 They walked all day to get to Violet's home. Barley still seemed unsure about getting his sister involved, but Ravenpaw had finally managed to convince him by reminding him that Violet had twolegs for protection. Now the black-and-white loner was sniffing the air, and Ravenpaw guessed he was trying to remember which best was Violet's. Finally, he nodded at one nest. "That one." Ravenpaw nodded, then raced towards the fence, Barley hard on his heels. The black loner leaped onto the fence, looking down into the garden below. A pretty ginger she-cat with a pale purple collar was laying on the grass, her eyes closed and her mouth curled in a smile of contentment. Barley leaped onto the fence beside Ravenpaw. The black-and-white loner looked down at the she-cat with a tender look in his eyes. "That's her." He whispered. "That's my sister."Fireheart's Betrayal part 95 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Barley called out, "Violet!" The she-cat opened her eyes and looked up. Her blue eyes widened with astoni
Fireheart's Betrayal part 10 Fireheart was in a dark forest, with familiar scents swirling around him. Scents of cats who had trusted him. "Graystripe! Bluestar!" He wailed, their scents taunting him. "It was for the good of the Clan, you know it was!" He could smell them all, all the cats he had wronged. Sandstorm, who trusted and loved him. Bluestar, who thought he was her most loyal warrior. Graystripe, who had believed Fireheart was his best friend. Ravenpaw, who had told Fireheart his darkest secret. Redtail, who's murderer went unpunished. Spottedleaf, who had loved him beyond death. Spottedleaf... Fireheart screeched into the wailing wind, "I did the right thing! You're the traitor, Spottedleaf, not me!" There was no answer, and the wailing of the wind seemed to grow louder each moment, crushing Fireheart's senses, pounding in his brain...Fireheart's Betrayal part 105 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
"Fireheart!" Fireheart snapped his head up, panting. He was back in the warrior's den, and Longtail was looking dow