Weakling - Warriors Fanfiction - :CO:“Ashkit! Get back!”More Like This
Ashkit felt her body stiffen slightly at the sound of her mother’s scream cutting behind her, tiny white claws sinking into the soft, cool sand of the ground. She wanted to scuttle back to her mother. She had no reason to be here. She needed to head back! Why was she just standing there?
But despite all the reasoning that flashed through her brain, she couldn’t tear her eyes away from the uncontrollable violence occurring right in front of her eyes.
Crimson blood was splashed across the ground, painting it an ugly malevolent shade. Cries and wails of warring cats cut through the air like a piercing set of claws, the noise pounding against her ears, making her heart pound heavily, the vibrations electrifying her bones.
So this was what a battle was, huh? It was much different than the play fights she and her best friend, Greykit would play outside in the nursery. There were no sheathed claws and hokey acting. There was no giggles. Cats weren
ApocalypseEveryday was just like the one before it at Winchester High. Everything was organized and perfect. The students dreaded every day. Nothing ever happened at Winchester High. That is until a new student started acting… Oddly. This students name was—well, no one knew what this student’s name was because he wouldn’t speak. The students jokingly called him No Name.More Like This
Fast forward to lunch break. It was busy as always in the cafeteria with students hurrying to get a good seat, teachers keeping a watchful eye on things. The only thing out of place was No Name standing smack-dab in the middle of the room, twitching slightly.
Mr. Novak, the science teacher, slowly made his way towards No Name. “Are you alright? Do you need to sit down?” he asked in hushed tones.
No Name didn’t reply. He just turned his head towards Mr. Novak, and bit down on his arm.
A blood-curdling scream rang throughout the cafeteria, making everyone stop dead in their tracks. Mr. Nov