Warriors Fan Fiction

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  1. CrystalStream
    January 22, 2020 at 4:51 am

    “Will she be there?” This was the only thing on CrystalStream’s mind was the pain burning through her head as she ran with the chosen RiverClan patrol. The full moon was cold on her fur. CrystalStream was in a mixed mood. It had been so long since she had seen IvyMask. Last gathering there had been news that she was expecting kits. CrystalStream thought of IvyMask like a sister, much to MothStar’s dismay. Things with ThunderClan were peaceful mostly, but MothStar had never liked SquirrelStar, calling her weak and soft.

    CrystalStream ran ahead, the soft wind blowing past her shoulders, the cool night air chilling her heart, yet warming her mind. “Woah there! You’re going to outrun StarClan at that rate!” StoneThroat called out.

    “Fox-Dung you caught me!” CrystalStream laughed, “I was in the middle of a race, how did you know?”

    “I was rooting for them, all the way.” StoneThroat purred, smirking.

    When they arrived ThunderClan and ShadowClan were the only ones who were there. CrystalStream straight ran over to the ThunderClan party. She spotted BerryMoon, who smiled and nodded a greeting, her eyes glinting. CrystalStream purred back, and flicked her tail, causing a little dust to rise. It was so nice to have the clans free of tension. It was hard to think just 24 moons ago RiverClan had refused to even come to gatherings. Well it’s all done now, no more need for that, CrystalStream thought as she scanned the crowd for IvyMask.

    She spotted her white and orange fur by another She-cat. “Oh CrystalStream! Come join us!” IvyMask called over, “This is the RiverClan warrior I was talking about. You two almost have the same name!” The she-cat looked up at CrystalStream and smiled sweetly, “I’m CrystalShine.”

    “You aren’t trying to replace me are you IvyMask? She even looks a bit like me!” CrystalStream joked. IvyMask laughed and suddenly it was extremely apparent that there were little ones in her belly. CrystalStream flinched with a mix of joy and jealousy. She remembered the feelings from so many moons ago… times where she thought that perhaps she loved IvyMask. Times where she thought… Perhaps IvyMask loved her. She no longer chased after those dreams, chances for that path were long gone, if there ever was one.

    “I’d never replace you mousebrain! Your one of my best friends!” IvyMask purred snapping CrystalStream out of her daze, “When are the kits due?” She asked. changing the subject.

    “PalmBranch said they’ll be here within the next moon, but really they could be here any minute… He’s so sweet about it, you’d think he had been a mother once!” IvyMask meowed, “How has life been in RiverClan?” CrystalStream had to think about that. Most of her life had been consumed by TallFox and her seemingly constant remarks. She had gotten used to seeing her around camp.

    “Good!” She lied, “DawnShade just had her Warrior Ceremony two days ago.”

    “Oh she was always such a good apprentice! I’m sure she’ll be an amazing warrior.” purred IvyMask. A booming voice suddenly rang out through the clearing, “Cats of all clans! I have an announcement!” Shouted GoldenStar from The Gathered Stones. “I have exiled OrchidLeaf for her disrespect of my authority. If she comes to your clan for protection understand that she no longer belongs to me and you may do to her as you wish.” CrystalStream glared at GoldenStar in shock and fury. OrchidLeaf was a good friend of hers, a good friend of everyone! Why, she wouldn’t hurt a mouse!

    SquirrelStar, who sat next to GoldenStar, looked slightly irritated. “Was it truly necessary GoldenStar? You could’ve given her a temporary exile… at least for now. She will probably never see her family again.” CrystalStream gazed at the ThunderClan leader, in the hope that she’d send a rescue patrol.

    “To have her disrespect me again in a twelfth moon? I’d go to the Dark Forest and back before I succumbed to that Fox-Dung.” GoldenStar meowed.

    SquirrelStar rolled her eyes and climbed down from her rock. CrystalStream dipped her head to IvyMask and CrystalShine. “I-I need to go…I have to talk to MothStar.”

    “I understand. May StarClan light your path and…good luck CrystalStream” IvyMask gave her a look of sympathy, her gorgeous emerald eyes full of sisterly love. CrystalStream smiled, knowing that even if her parents and litter mates died, she would never be alone or without kin. Blood doesn’t mean a thing, she thought happily and ran to MothStar, who was conversing with ThornPetal and MuddyTuft about battle techniques.

    “M-MothStar we need to talk.” CrystalStream meowed, intimidated by the fierce She-Cat. Elders would talk of her terrifying gaze for moons on.

    “Now?” MothStar looked down at her in a neutral expression.

    “Yes..” CrystalStream managed to stutter out. She meant to sound urgent but she probably had ended up sounding mouse brained. MothStar nodded to her comrades and sat up. CrystalStream followed MothStar into a bramble thicket. “I-I want to find OrchidLeaf.”

    “CrystalStream. Where does your loyalty lie? To your clan that has raised you to this day, or to a WindClan reject?” MothStar asked firmly. CrystalStream shuddered under the huge SheCats’s manipulation.

    “MothStar I NEED to help her. She’s like a sister to me.” CrystalStream pleaded, “I promise you my loyalty is to my clan. But I can’t let a cat wander by herself. It’s morally right for me to find her, not betrayal.”

    “I swear CrystalStream everyone is like a sister to you. You have no control over your emotions or feelings and I pity you for it. I will not allow one of my strongest warriors to risk being hurt in unknown territory, for the sake of a WindClan warrior!” MothStar lashed out.

    Fear shined in CrystalStream’s eyes as she cowered underneath the She-Cat’s glare. “I-I see what your saying but I don’t see how you can value RiverClan lives over others. Aren’t we all equal in the end?”

    “You obviously know nothing of loyalty to your blood or tradition. I see that clearly now. Until next moon you will be confined to the elder’s den. Perhaps they can teach you a thing or two about being a respectful and honorable warrior, because all I see today…is an over-emotional rouge.” MothStar left the thicket and returned to her conversation.

    Tears sprang to CrystalStream’s eyes, out of both anger and sadness. She was terrified of the ruthless leader but she couldn’t let an innocent cat be left alone in dangerous territory. It didn’t help that throughout all this, there was still a voice in her mind, a voice of a now familiar tortoiseshell She-Cat. It was now impossible to block the sound out when her emotions took over her. “This isn’t going to end well CrystalKit.” TallFox hissed, and suddenly she was right beside CrystalStream in the thicket.

    “I need to talk to a WindClan warrior TallFox. Can you suggest one?” CrystalStream asked, undaunted by her presence.

    “FlameScar. The softie is bound to have met the brat.” TallFox rolled her eyes, “Are you sure about this, little one? If your lonely for company you don’t have to chase after OrchidLeaf. I’m right here” She said in a singsong voice.

    CrystalStream didn’t respond as she crossed the clearing to FlameScar.

    “Hello there, FlameScar, right?” The ginger Tom nodded sweetly, his warm yellow eyes seemed very welcoming.

    “Indeed, and you are?”

    “I’m CrystalStream. I uh… I needed to ask you a question,” FlameScar made a gesture with his paw, signaling for her to continue.

    “D-did you know OrchidLeaf?” CrystalStream stuttered.

    “I knew her as well as I know any of my clan-mates. I don’t think she deserved what she got, however, I must go on now, terribly sorry. I had arrangements to listen to a story.” He nodded towards SorrelFall, who was telling a tale to several apprentices.

    CrystalStream nodded, disappointed by the extremely short conversation and lack of information. “Thanks for nothing TallFox” CrystalStream muttered. She looked for the tortoiseshell around the area but couldn’t find her. Furious, she stomped to the corner of the clearing. How could TallFox do this, surely she knew that FlameScar couldn’t help? CrystalStream flinched harshly as MothStar called out for RiverClan. Out of ideas she bolted out of the hollow. She dashed up the hill, only stopping once to see if she was being followed.

    “This is insane…” CrystalStream said to herself when she was about eight fox-lengths outside clan territory, “Alright OrchidLeaf.. Where are you?”

    Wowawowowow that was A LOT of some pretty good SOMETHING. This wouldn’t be nearly as good if I hadn’t had helped from the amazing editors, who added such delightfully creative touches (and fixed all my silly, frequent, mistakes).

    Those editors are:

    Possibly others! If you weren’t added then tell me politely and I’ll add you.

    And we can’t forget all the characters that aren’t mine and their wonderful creators!
    StoneThroat – LilyKit (Frost)
    CrystalShine – CrystalShine
    FlameScar – Potato (BlueFlower)
    BerryMoon – LilyKit (Frost)
    If I forgot to credit your character remind me, once again politely, and I’ll add you.

    Thank you so much for everyone’s help! Hopefully soon I can start working on the actual series instead of the random stories. These are all kind of like pilots for a cartoon show, but the book equivalent. Please comment all your thoughts about this one and the previous, I love to hear what you think <3

    Wanna watch some SU??? 💚

    • Ambixie (Amberfrost) says YEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEET
      January 22, 2020 at 6:58 am



      • CrystalStream
        January 22, 2020 at 4:28 pm


        Wanna watch some SU??? 💚

    • Purple Dusk
      January 22, 2020 at 6:13 pm

      It is good to see Crystalstream has sister to fall back upon.
      Especally since Tallfox is clearly not helpful.

      Keep up with the writing Crys!
      Purple Dusk

      • CrystalStream
        January 23, 2020 at 3:55 pm

        IvyMask has always been one of my favorite characters, I’m glad to see others enjoy her! Thank the you so much for the kind words!!! <3

    • Potato 🌸(Blueflower)💙
      January 24, 2020 at 5:14 pm

      Ahh Flamescar’s very in character! This was really awesome!

      • CrystalStream
        January 25, 2020 at 1:12 am

        Oh good!!! It’s weird using other’s characters and trying to figure out how they would react to things. Thank you so much!

        Wanna watch some SU??? 💚

  2. January 22, 2020 at 4:57 pm








    The word slipped out of her mouth before she could stop it. Fear. It began at her fingertips, trickling its way through to her spine. She’d never been more scared.

    “I won’t do it,” she murmured.

    He stood in front of her. She knew him. She had to. His name, at the tip of her tongue.

    But then again, he was an adult. She couldn’t remember the last time she’d talked to an adult.

    She brushed a lock of her dirty-blonde hair behind an ear. Her heart seemed as if it would burst out of her chest at any moment. But what could she do?

    “You have to,” he growled. His voice sent a shiver down her spine.

    She was a kid. Wasn’t she supposed to listen to adults?

    But this was wrong. She couldn’t. Could she?

    “But she’s my friend.” Her voice came out choked.

    He was becoming angry, she could tell. There was no way out of this situation.

    Quickly, before he could respond, more words flew from her mouth. “I can’t do it. It’s wrong. I can’t betray them like that. Haven’t you ever had friends? They’re the best things ever! Please, you have to understand, I literally can’t do that, it’s ridiculous.”

    She’d found her voice. One step in the right direction.

    She watched as the man paced, his dark hair covering his eyes. She leaned back against the wall, feeling it’s softness against her back. Just like home. She thought.

    The man sighed, and stopped his pacing. With a dramatic flair of his head, he turned to look at her. “If you don’t do this… More of them will die. I will make sure you’re one of them.”

    She focused on the beating of her heart, trying to keep her head glued on. She laughed, and it was dark and slightly sinister. “Oh no, you won’t do that. It would ruin everything, wouldn’t it?”

    “I can’t very well choose someone else for this job when you’re running around knowing everything.”

    She began tapping her fingers rhythmically on the floor. If she did this, her friend wouldn’t get hurt, right? Theoretically. If she didn’t do this, herself and multiple other people would.

    But that didn’t mean that it wasn’t wrong. Oh, gosh. What do I do? She buried her face in her hands, trying to breathe through her tightening chest.

    She didn’t know how she could weasel her way out of this. She knew this man was in charge, practically her boss at this point. She didn’t really want to get fired, seeing as that meant her death.

    Worst contract ever. She thought, sullen.

    “I need an answer,” he said. “Hurry up.”


    “Look, I’m sorry,” he continued. “But this has to be done. For a-”

    “Yeah! Whatever! I don’t care!” she seethed. “Go away!”


    “Shut up!”

    “Sheesh. I don’t know why-”

    Her glare stopped him. She never really lashed out much, but she didn’t know how much more of this she could take. Everything she had known was falling apart and she couldn’t stop it.

    The thought of doing this task made her feel sick. The man glanced down at her hands, which had continued creating their song. She couldn’t remember the last time she had listened to music. Her fingers made the music for her now.

    “Why me?”

    Again, the words came before she could stop them. But she needed to know. If she didn’t, could she go through with this? Why was she special?

    His smirk sent the alarms flaring in her head. He was dangerous, she was sure of it. That was why she had to listen to him.

    But it was wrong. So wrong.

    “You’ll have the hardest time doing this. It’ll be very… Interesting. I mean… You only have to do something so small. Yet you’re sitting there, screaming at me about it. No one’s going to get hurt, I promise.”

    “That’s crap,” she muttered. She raised her voice, wanting him to hear each word clearly. “I’m not doing this.”

    “Yes, you are.” He crouched down in front of her, his dark red gaze burning into hers. “Or way more of you will die. I’ve already explained this to you.”


    “This is taking too long. I need your answer, or I’m going to go to more extremes,” he sighed. “And you don’t want that.”

    She lifted her chin. The situation called for her to be bold, but she was unused to acting like that. “Like what? Killing me?” She forced her body to stay still. If she shivered in fear, her act would be over.


    Dang it.

    She wanted to kick his smug face right off. But, whatever. She still wasn’t going to do it.

    “Girl, I need you to do this.”

    Act over, she let her gaze drop. She stared at the floor, letting its emptiness consume her feelings. It was all so unfair. She wasn’t like this, she never could be. Even if she wanted to, she’d just proven to herself that she couldn’t.


    He obviously thought this was a yes. He stood up and began pacing again. “So you’re clear on what to do, yes?”

    Her head shot up. “I said maybe,” she said, her voice cracking.

    “Why won’t you do this?” His voice came strained.

    “Because it’s wrong,” she finally blurted. “I’d be betraying all of my friends. I can’t do that. Would you do that to your friends?”

    “If it saved more of them in the end, yes,” he replied. He was staring at her now, waiting for her to give in.

    “But… It’s horrible…”

    He shook his head in exasperation. “It really isn’t. Nothing truly bad is going to happen to her.”

    “It doesn’t matter what actually happens, it’s about going behind their backs,” she sighed.

    She hugged her knees tightly against her body, trying to comfort herself. Maybe I should just do it. Or else more people are going to die. She allowed one tear to spill over her eyelids.

    She imagined her friend’s perfect face in her mind. The idea of doing this made her want to crawl into a corner and hide for an eternity. How much would they hate her when they found out it was her?

    “We’re not going to tell them. You don’t have to tell them if you don’t want to either,” he said gently. “It can be our secret, you don’t have to face them.”

    The words comforted her somewhat. No one had to know. “Promise me that there is a reason that I’m doing this.”

    “That, I can promise.”

    “Let me think.”


    I can do this. More people will live. She won’t get hurt. No one will get mad at you, because they won’t know. She winced at her thoughts. Integrity. Gosh, wouldn’t it be nice if some of that kicked in.

    One bad thing, so that multiple better things can happen. What’s the harm in that? Her own thoughts seemed shallow. But what could she do?

    Keep up your morals! Don’t do this! Oh, come on, listen to yourself for once. Don’t do it. Oh, but I’m so doing it. Gosh, I’m such a bad person. She buried her head between her knees, hyper-aware that the man’s eyes were still on her.

    Please, let me wake up from this nightmare.

    Such an easy task, whatever happened after that didn’t really involve her. It should be simple. She could do it.

    It’s wrong. The voice chimed.

    She wanted to kick out her inner voice so bad it almost hurt. Were decisions supposed to be this difficult? They were always so easy in movies.

    She wanted to tear her hair out.

    The man was now awkwardly shuffling his feet. She assumed he didn’t have much experience dealing with teenage girls.

    She let amusement fill her chest, but quickly forced it down. This was supposed to be serious.

    She sighed, letting defeat swamp her veins.


    He glanced up in surprise. “Well…” He cleared his throat. He didn’t expect me to say yes. “You know what you are doing, right?”


    “Do you want to speak in full sentences?”

    She tried to come up with a snarky reply, but none came. “Sorry.”

    The man sighed for the millionth time. “Look, I don’t want to make you do this. I’m sorry that I can’t tell you why, but it’s the only way.”

    She stayed silent. Emptiness was the only emotion she felt. She didn’t know how to keep it at bay, but she did her best, trying to keep her head glued on.

    “It’ll be okay, no one will know.”

    “That’s almost worse,” she mumbled.

    He was growing impatient with her tone. She tried a smile, hoping he would forgive her. He gave her a tired-looking smile back.

    “Are you ready to go back?”

    She stood up, her feet shaky beneath her. “Not really.”

    Leaning against the wall, she tried her best not to think of the idea of going back. That meant she actually had to do this.

    Even though she agreed to do it, it was still wrong. We’ve gone over this a million times, brain. Shut up.

    She shivered as her heart turned cold. The change scared her, but she didn’t know how else she would be able to do this.

    “It won’t be that bad,” he moaned.

    “Yes, it will.”

    “I’m having so many regrets right now.”

    She didn’t know how to feel about this strange man. On one hand, she hated him. But on the other, he didn’t seem to be completely bad.

    He took a step forward. “Remember what you have to do, alright?”

    Nevermind. She thought to herself. I hate him. She’d never had to fend for herself before. The pressure of it made her emotions more extreme than she ever thought they could be.

    “You’re sending me back, aren’t you?” The bitterness in her voice was not normal on her tongue.

    “We’ve been here, debating, long enough,” he explained. “Sit down.”

    She did as he said, panic spreading through her body. She coughed once, trying to unclench her chest.

    “Now, lie down,” he continued.

    She groaned softly to herself, and lied down, fear blocking out all other senses. The ground was soft beneath her, and she attempted to let it comfort her. It formed around her back, fitting her shape perfectly.

    “Close your eyes,” he murmured.

    Begrudgingly, she did so. Heat swamped her, making it nearly impossible to breathe. The only other thing she could sense was the man’s hand on her forehead, adding some sort of consolation with the uncomfortable feeling.

    Breath coming in gasps, even further darkness crushed her. Sweat poured from her body, a stickiness which drenched her clothes.

    Finally, light shone from outside her eyelids.

    She was waking up.


    Soo… That was the prologue. Much shorter than what the chapters are probably going to be. The more I get used to writing again, the longer the chapters will become. 😛

    I hope you guys like it! Probably not what you expected but I swear Chapter 1 will kick things off 😛

    Also, if you have any questions, comments, concerns, or anything about this BlogFic that you come up with in between chapters, and would probably get lost on the Blog, if that makes sense, you can use this Secret Page to reach me. 🙂


    That’s it. Now, the Secret Page has made the comment longer and I’m self-conscious bye.


    • January 23, 2020 at 2:52 am

      i love your writing!
      also i find putting an exclamation mark after the secret page link will make the image not appear most of the time so maybe try that? relatable tho 😛


    • M0nkEyfUr 2020
      January 23, 2020 at 12:42 pm

      OOOOO I can’t wait for chapter 1! You’re writing is so great!

      A wild Moky has appeared 😈

      • January 23, 2020 at 3:47 pm

        Thanks, Moky! 😀


    • CrystalStream
      January 23, 2020 at 3:59 pm


      Wanna watch some SU??? 💚

    • January 23, 2020 at 8:42 pm

      Really good!!

      I am very Earthy

    • 🏮 Pineblossom 🌸
      January 23, 2020 at 10:15 pm

      ahhhh this is awesome!! the suspense! the drama! honestly that would totally be me while making an important decision 😛

      ✧ 新年快乐!✧

      • January 24, 2020 at 3:51 pm

        Ahhhh thank you Pine! 😀


    • Thistlepaw (Thistlefrost)
      January 24, 2020 at 1:25 am

      Whhhaaaaatttt that’s soooo gooooood 😮😀

      BlogClan is gonna own 2020

    • January 24, 2020 at 9:15 am


      also people not using their bc names in blogfics makes mw not know who the person is so i’m confused all the way thrpugh the fics 😛

      it's all good now ~

      • January 24, 2020 at 3:52 pm

        Same shhhh just wait.


    • 🎉ᚹⴹ𐌇𐌇ᒪⴹᚹᗅⰞ❄️ (Peb the Gryffindor)
      January 24, 2020 at 3:52 pm

      Nice 😀 Who’s Serene? if that’s her name 😛


      • January 24, 2020 at 6:52 pm

        Serene is the name of the BlogFic. 😛


    • Potato 🌸(Blueflower)💙
      January 24, 2020 at 5:36 pm

      lovelovelovelovelovelovelovelovelove this!!!! Amazing writing!

      • January 24, 2020 at 6:53 pm

        Thank youuuuuuu 😛


  3. The shadow of a Lightning as I fall into the snow😳
    January 23, 2020 at 10:50 pm

    Snowkit curled around Leafpaw, her only friend.

    The other kits tried to throw her in the river, but she wasn’t dumb. Leafpaw treated her like a cat, besides Willowfire and Twilightpelt.

    Stormstar never gave her a second glance, always growling at her.

    Leafpaw, poked her with a paw. “Hey, you almost ready to be an apprentice? It happens today.”

    Snowkit sighed. “No one likes me anyway. What’s the point.”

    Leafpaw licked her ear. “I like you.” He quickly blushed. “As a friend anyway.”

    Snowkit cocked her head at him. “You’re to young to be getting a mate, wouldn’t you say?”

    Leafpaw got up and padded off to a older apprentice, Flamepaw. He had a crush on the fire pelted she-cat.

    Snowkit watched Stormstar gather all the cats together, so she puffed up her fur and walked very gracefully to him. She bunched up her muscles and jumped beside him.

    “Snowkit, do you promise to be the best you can be, and protect your clan?”

    An apprentice from below called out, “Yeah, and not bring flea pelted rouges like your family here?”

    The crowed snickered, even Stormstar held a laugh back.

    Snoqkit growled. “I will! I will become the leader of ShadowClan, and I won’t hold back to protect my Clan!”

    Everyone gasped. Stormstars eyes went wide. “Fine, your mentor will be me, Stormstar, leader of ShadowClan. You will also accompany me to the gathering tonight.”

    ‘What? I thought Twilightpelt was to be my mentor.’

    Twilightpelt looked mad beyond belief.

    Snowpaw jumped beside Leafpaw. “Want to help me find a nest? I want one beside yours.”

    Leafpaw looked at the apprentices behind him. They nodded. Leafpaw growled and unsheathed his claws, the warriors cheering. Stormstar did nothing to help his apprentice.

    Snowpaw curled her tail around her paws. “Try me. You’ll lose, and you know it.”

    Leafpaw jumped at her but she dodged , digging her claws in his fur, and shoved him down. She bit his neck holding him down. A large weight dropped on her, and pulled her back.

    Flamepaw viciously ripped at her fur.

    Snowpaw scratched at her stomach, making blood shot everywhere.

    Flamepaw gasped, then clawed at her eyes. Leafpaw jumped in front of flamepaw.

    “Knock it off! Now!”

    Flamepaw glared at him. “You started it!”

    Leafpaw looked guilty. Then he bared his teeth. “I’ll kill you if you don’t stop!”

  4. January 24, 2020 at 2:29 am

    Sparkblossom’s Dynasty CHAPTER FOUR:

    𝐒𝐩𝐚𝐫𝐤𝐤𝐢𝐭 𝐬𝐚𝐭 𝐛𝐞𝐥𝐨𝐰 𝐭𝐡𝐞 Highrock, her heart pounding in her ear. Rainstar’s yowl made the small she kit jump as she shifted her pelt beside her littermates. “All cats old enough to catch their own prey, gather around the Highrock for a Clan meeting!” The leader announced.

    Sparkkit felt eyes on her as cats surrounded the sunlit rock. “Cloudkit, will you please step forward?” Rainstar’s blue eyes glowed in the sunshine like a glittering lake. Cloudkit happily bounced forward, her white fluffy tail waving excitedly. “You have reached the age of six moons, and will now become an apprentice.”
    “Cloudkit, from this moment on, until you receive your warrior name, you will be known as Cloudpaw.” Rainstar flicked her silver tail with a smile, “Cloudpaw, your mentor will be Berrysky. I expect she will pass on all she knows to you.”

    Sparkkit let out a purr as she chanted with her Clanmates her sister’s new name. As Rainkit stepped forward, Sparkkit pricked her ears. She heard a soft voice with the breeze. Turning her head, she stared at the forest around her, intently listening to the winds’ song.
    𝐖𝐡𝐞𝐫𝐞 𝐚𝐫𝐞 𝐲𝐨𝐮? 𝐖𝐡𝐚𝐭 𝐝𝐨 𝐲𝐨𝐮 𝐰𝐚𝐧𝐭 𝐟𝐫𝐨𝐦 𝐦𝐞? Suddenly, silence filled the air.

    “Sparkkit?” The leader’s voice rang in the trees.
    The ginger she kit felt her fur spike as she turned around, feeling her Clanmates’ eyes on her. “Yes?” She swallowed hard.
    “From this moment on, until you receive your warrior name, you will be known as Sparkpaw,” Rainstar’s eyes gleamed with joy, “Sparkpaw, your mentor will be Stonestripe. Stonestripe, I expect you will pass on all you know to this young she cat.”

    The gray tom nodded as Sparkpaw touched noses with her new mentor. She forced joy to run through her as her new name rang in the air, but she didn’t feel it. She forgot about her apprenticeship.
    𝐓𝐡𝐚𝐭 𝐯𝐨𝐢𝐜𝐞 𝐝𝐢𝐬𝐭𝐫𝐚𝐜𝐭𝐞𝐝 𝐦𝐞…


    “I’m so proud of you.” Rosewing licked her ear with a huge smile. “You are going to be gracious warriors.” Grayriver purred with a glow in his eyes. Sparkpaw paused. 𝐀𝐦 𝐈?
    “Who wants to see the forest?” Stonestripe suggested, his green eyes sparkling.
    “I do! I do!” Cloudpaw bounced.
    Rosewing laughed, her cream fur glowing in the sunlight.

    “Let’s go.” Berrysky beckoned her tail as they disappeared into the woods. Sparkpaw tasted the air, the fresh and faint scents of familiar cats washing into her nose. The rustles of the leaves made it hard to focus on her patrol as she padded on. Suddenly, she halted. A new scent caught her nose.
    Whipping around, she expected to see a strange cat standing there…
    With dark gray paws.
    But no cat stood there.

    𝐒𝐨𝐦𝐞𝐨𝐧𝐞 𝐞𝐥𝐬𝐞 𝐢𝐬 𝐢𝐧 𝐭𝐡𝐞 𝐰𝐨𝐨𝐝𝐬. Sparkpaw tasted the air. It stank of crow food. Grayriver always said Rogues’ scents clung of crow food. The young apprentice looked around warily. Her littermates were distracted, and so was her mentor.
    Taking a deep breath, Sparkpaw slipped away, following the strange scent along the undergrowth and through the trees. 𝐈𝐭’𝐬 𝐭𝐢𝐦𝐞 𝐈 𝐟𝐨𝐮𝐧𝐝 𝐨𝐮𝐭 𝐰𝐡𝐨 𝐲𝐨𝐮 𝐚𝐫𝐞.

    Jumping over a log, the winds rose in the skies, cheering her on as she raced through the forest. Thorns grabbed her fur, but she pulled through. She was close, she could feel it. The scent was becoming fresh. And then she halted, a gasp escaping from her jaws. A roaring river gulped hungrily at her paws. The flame colored cat jumped back before the sand could sweep her away into the deep blue.

    𝐖𝐡𝐞𝐫𝐞 𝐝𝐢𝐝 𝐲𝐨𝐮 𝐠𝐨? Sparkpaw panted, 𝐈 𝐣𝐮𝐬𝐭 𝐡𝐚𝐝 𝐲𝐨𝐮. 𝐈 𝐤𝐧𝐞𝐰 𝐲𝐨𝐮 𝐰𝐞𝐫𝐞 𝐭𝐡𝐞𝐫𝐞…𝐲𝐨𝐮 𝐰𝐞𝐫𝐞 𝐬𝐨 𝐜𝐥𝐨𝐬𝐞. Disappointment twisted in her stomach as she sat down on the pebbles. But also heartbreak.
    And then, she was alone.
    Lost in unfamiliar woods.

    ☀️Beep beep! ☀️

  5. Potato 🌸(Blueflower)💙
    January 24, 2020 at 5:32 pm

    Another story?? Again?? 😛
    I wanna join my school’s creative writing class next year, so I guess I’m practicing!
    The she-cat padded through the dark forest, but the glow from her pelt lit up the trees. She stopped, her wispy tail lashing.

    “Come out, Red.” She spat, her blue eyes flashing with anger. An eerie laugh sounded all around, and a tom slid out of the trees. His pelt didn’t seem black, it seemed more like it was made out of complete darkness. His fur sucked light in, while Blue’s gave off a brilliant light. It was so bright, that ordinary cats couldn’t look at her for long.

    “Hello, Blue,” The red-eyed tom smiled with too many teeth. “It’s been a long time since we’ve spoken.” The Dark Forest embodiment circled around Blue. “When was it? Oh-


    “Those two toms. What were their names?”

    Don’t.” Blue gritted her teeth.

    “Blueheart and Darksong, was it? You dragged them both into a war-”

    “I did not!” Blue snarled, lunging at Red. The black tom dissolved into shadows, jumping back from Blue. He hissed, the crooked black star behind his head pulsating. Blue felt her own small sun burst into flames behind her head, the light a blinding yellow.

    “Between gods.” Red growled, his blood-red eyes filled with hate. Blue was sure hers reflected the same. The two stood apart, panting.

    “Why did you call me? To gloat?” Blue asked, her eyes dark. Red lifted his head up, staring down at Blue.

    “I’ve sensed something in the forest. It’s unsettling.”

    “This whole forest is unsettling, it’s probably just getting to you,” Blue scoffed, turning to walk off, “never ask me to come here again-”

    “I mean it!” Red shouted, and for the first time, Blue saw fear flash in his crimson eyes.

    “I don’t know what it is,” He continued, “but in the far corners of the forest, where only I can go, I can… feel something else. Something powerful, I don’t know what it is.” Red finished, his voice a whisper. Blue backed up in fear.

    “Alright. Where?”
    Dark Forest embodiment and StarClan embodiment messing around. So far in my lore of this universe, only Darksong and Blueheart are canon.
    Don’t know where this unidentified thing came from 😛

    • ❄️🐍 A Frosty Viper 🐍❄️
      January 24, 2020 at 5:43 pm

      I need more of this
      (also out of curiosity, is blueheart named after blue in some way? I’m just curious since she’s apparently a god of sorts and one of her chosen “soldiers” has her namesake?)


    • January 25, 2020 at 1:08 am

      I’ve never been so confused in my life.


      • Potato 🌸(Blueflower)💙
        January 25, 2020 at 2:09 am

        Ahh I’m sorry! What was confusing?

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