FireClan Assignment: Of Stars, Herbs, and HeartA blood red sun sank over the horizon, taking the heat that constantly engulfed FireClan's gorge with it, instead replacing it with the needle sharp cold that the nights - particularly the leaf-bare nights - brought with it. FireClan still lay in shambles, and Kindlestar kept herself busy with the wounded or pacing back and forth in her den, preoccupied by the status of her Clan. They had yet to resolve their Medicine Cat dilema, making those who had been injured during the bloodthirsty battle versus MoonClan a mere days before ache with infection that would have been gone by now had they someone well versed with herbs and the likes. As the sun sank, Kindlestar practiced the latter, a path now indented into the low layer of dirt that covered the rock inside her den from her constant pacing. Coincidentally, the reason for her pacing was different this time.FireClan Assignment: Of Stars, Herbs, and Heart in Settings More Like This
The medicine cat situation was dire, that could not be argued, but her deputy situation was starting to bec
FireClan Assignment: A Cause for CelebrationA hot, damp air encompassed the FireClan camp as Kindlestar climbed the Dead Tree, something she had been doing on such a constant basis lately, to call for a Clan meeting. This time, however, it was nothing but good news for the Clan. There were apprentices to be given their warrior names, and kits who were now ready for an apprentice themselves. In even bigger news, FireClan finally had a medicine cat! Alphie had been staying with the Clan for the past moon, and he had shown himself to be trustworthy and knowledgeable in herbs and healing. Some of the Clan still looked at him with wary eyes, but Kindlestar was convinced that he was the best medicine cat FireClan could have asked for after Russetfur's untimely demise.FireClan Assignment: A Cause for Celebration in Settings More Like This
"Will all the cats old enough to hunt their own prey come join me under the Dead Tree for a Clan meeting?" Kindlestar yowled out in her usual way, waiting for the cats to settle down below her.
She could see out of the corner of her eye that