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"She's in StarClan now," meowed Sharkface in his usual gravelly tone. Fireheart jerked his head up, startled by the sudden voice. At the sight of the massive tom, rage surged through Fireheart's veins. He glared with deep hatred at the tom. Tigerclaw was right, they shouldn't have trusted them. Guilt slightly spread into his heart. If it wasn't for him, Bluestar would have still been alive. What was to become of Thunderclan now? Were they doomed for destruction? But another thought flashed in Fireheart's mind, sending a chill shudder into his spine. Tigerclaw was Thunderclan's deputy, so he was to take over as their new leader; Bluestar's successor. Was Tigerclaw's treachery never to be revealed? Oh StarClan, why did you allow this to happen...
"Relax, young warrior," Sharkface murmured with narrowed eyes. Fireheart had not realized, but his body was shaking like a leaf in a tree during a storm. But his trembling was due to a mixture of two different feelings; fear and anger. Hi
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"Can we really trust them?" asked Longtail, who was still on his guard despite the tension having died down.
"Of course not!" snapped Tigerclaw, his amber eyes glaring at the she-cat. Fireheart turned to face Tigerclaw. His deputy clearly seemed angered by his defeat and was determined to chase those two out of ThunderClan's territory. Fireheart cleared his throat before adressing his deputy.
"Tigerclaw, maybe we should consider her request. If she wishes to speak with Bluestar then perhaps you should-"
"Don't tell me what I should do kittypet!" spat Tigerclaw. Fireheart felt a flash of annoyance at his deputy's words. "I'm not going to let some rogue cats penetrate into camp. You're a mouse-brained idiot for even thinking of considering her request."
Fireheart lashed his tail in frustration, his fur bristling with anger at Tigerclaw, but he knew it was fear that made his deputy so furious. Fireheart remembered the time when he went on the journey for highstones, a journey that every a
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Fireheart's thoughts were lightly interrupted by the high tone of Cinderpaw's voice.
"So you two were from the same clan?" Silverpelt blinked and slowly shook her head from side to side.
"No, I'm not a forest cat," meowed Silverpelt with a glint of amusement in her voice. Cinderpaw exchanged a puzzled look with Fireheart, who clearly didn't expect that answer.
"Where are you from?" asked Cinderpaw.
"I used to live next to your clan's territory. Near the tallpines," answered Silverpelt as she gazed blankly away.
"Tallpines... But that's near the Twolegplace," remarked Fireheart with a confused look.
"Yes, I lived there with my humans," Silverpelt affirmed simply. Cinderpaw gasped lightly and heaved herself up. She exclaimed "but, that makes you a-"
"A kittypet?" interrupted Silverpelt with a raised brow. "Well, yes. I was once a kittypet." Fireheart jerked his head up, he was caught off guard by her sudden confession. But he felt a wave of relief swept through his fur. He was somewhat g
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A chilling breeze roused Fireheart from his sleep. As he forced open his eyes, he was suddenly blinded by the beams of light that shined through the entrance of Bluestar's den. The patch of lichen that hung from the entrance of the den swayed with the passing breeze. Then a shadow stretched onto the den's floor, and heavy pawsteps echoed against the walls as Yellowfang emerged inside. The lichen still swishing behind her, her eyes shot slightly towards Fireheart.
"You're finally awake," rasped the elderly she-cat.
"I was just closing my eyes," meowed Fireheart, hot with embarrassment.
"You were?" Yellowfang raised a brow, not really convinced. "To me, you appeared more like in a deep slumber."
"I guess I must have dozed off," admitted Fireheart. Was it already morning? With a tick of his head, Fireheart tried to peer beyond the lichen that decorated the entrance of his leader's den. From what he could see, the clan seemed restless.
"You know, you don't have to stay here all day."
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"There will be a moment of hesitation... Followed with endless sadness... The time has come for Regrets and Sorrow."
It was now the third time that Silverpelt had heard this prophecy, yet she still shuddered upon hearing these words. They held so much importance, that it made Silverpelt wonder of their true meaning. Was the forest destined for disaster?
Silverpelt opened her eyes with a start and shifted them on a golden tabby, who was holding on to the ground as the wind intensified around him. It was Crookedstar, the third leader to share dreams with her. But, what was he doing? Why was he holding on? The prophecy was told, he was supposed to be blown back to life. Crookedstar held on, but he was violently shaken by the storm that raged in his face.
"Oakheart," he yowled desperately. "I don't understand. Who are those cats and what will cause regrets and sorrow to fall upon our clan? Upon the forest?"
A heavy silence followed his words. It was as if Silverpelt had
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"Bluestar, it's me," called Silverpelt in front of the leader's den. Looking over her shoulder, she realized that some of the stars had already appeared in the sky. The night was slowly taking over the heavens, and so, taking over her. She could feel the exhaustion slowly crawling up her legs. Soon, she'd fall asleep and leave flesh and bone behind.
"Come in," Bluestar answered, snapping the she-cat out of her thoughts.
Silverpelt slowly padded into the den. She noticed a half eaten mouse in the corner of the den. The mouse was rather small, so why hadn't Bluestar finished it? Was she still having a hard time finding her appetite? Silverpelt decided to shift her attention from that matter and settled her gaze on Bluestar. Bluestar was neatly tucked on her mossy bed, her coat well groomed, but clinged to her frame as it showed the outline of her ribs quite well. Silverpelt then wondered if she might look the same, as it has been several days now since she ate something. Starclan always
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Warm shafts of sunlight penetrated through the entrance of the medicine cat's den. Long thin grass had spread along the entrance, swaying and dancing with every passing breeze. It nearly covered the entire hole, only allowing little strings of light to flicker over the beautiful white's pelt. Cleansoul woke with a sour taste in her mouth, and as she inhaled in a yawn, she found herself choking under so much heat. The she-cat wasn't used to such heavy weather. During her kithood, she thought that twolegs could control the weather. It was never too cold nor too hot in her twoleg's nest. Everything was so different now. There were no twolegs to control the weather anymore, she'd have to endure whatever the forest threw at her. But when she inhaled again, she ended up coughing violently. Suffocating, but not from the heat this time; the strong smell of herbs filled the medicine cat's den, overtaking all other smells.
This boiling temperature must have dried most of the herbs up, she
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All heads turned to look at the outsiders. They began to whisper quietly, but the whispers soon turned into a chorus of murmurs, their tails flicking as they exchanged anxious glances. Bluestar's authoritative yowl silenced the questions and the silence that followed seemed to pound in Fireheart's ears. Sharkface stiffened while Silverpelt stared blankly at her surroundings. But there was nothing else to be said, they had no choice but to wait 'till moonhigh. Yellowfang approached Bluestar, who straightened her posture, ready to pad back into her den. With a respectful gesture, Yellowfang addressed her leader, "Bluestar?" but before she could say more, Bluestar swung her head around and stared at the old medicine cat.
"Yellowfang, I must speak with you," the leader spoke firmly.
"Of course, but " Yellowfang turned to look at the two cats, "what about them?"
Bluestar turned her head to glance towards Sharkface and Silverpelt, who remained plastered to their spot.
"Shall I ask Cinde