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TGB - I See FireIt was, everything aside, a beautiful day. A new sheet of snow had fallen the night before and Tuari was amongst the first to mark the virgin snow as she led her Tribe to war. Lully was at her side, his presence comforting, as always, though there was a darkness in his usually gentle eyes, a hardness about him that Tuari assumed was merely due to the stress and danger of what they were about to do.
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When they reached the meeting place Tuari took one last look at her Tribe, gaze lingering on the cats that had become family to her, cats she viewed as her children of sorts. She opened her mouth, hoping to give them some sort of inspirational words but found that, when she truly looked into their determined faces there was naught she really had to say save for, “Let’s get our home back.” Her words were met with a murmur of agreement that rose into a wave of shouts – angry and hurting and desperate. “These beasts have plagued us for too long, taken t
TGB- Break a Leg!”Be safe!”
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It had been hours, and the words still rang in her now-tattered ears. The blue-hued she-cat glanced back a little, nose twitching as she looked in the direction of Shadow-Tribe’s border. She’d spent as much time as possible with her tabby-striped best friend lately, but it still didn’t feel like enough- now he was kit-sitting in Shadow-Tribe, and she was part of the vanguard in today’s war, her position existing to prevent caimans from slipping past and making it to Shadow-Tribe with the kits, queens, and adolescents. There had been surprisingly few caimans making it this far, and yet the cats had been fighting for quite some time now. Were there really fewer than the cats had thought? Or were the Green-Lights just doing an exceptionally good job within the wall?
”Here comes another one!” yowled someone before her, and Kamili turned to the front again, her brown gaze flickering around until it landed on the