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You awoke to udder silence in the cramped den. Your p/c coat began to bristle as you slowly turned to the left... Then to the right. Then back to the left. A creak and a sound of a dripping faucet sounded in the distance, sending shivers up your spine. You dared to even move away from your nest as you began to sit up, your e/c eyes narrowing suspiciously and nervously. A shadowy figure stops, then shoots right past you. You almost jumped, not expecting the creature to end up so close to your muzzle. Your mind raced as you began to humble up from your sleeping spot. Where were you going? Where was your absent mind taking you...? You began to walk out of the spot you where sleeping. Oh geez, what is your mind doing...? Suddenly,
Chapter Thirteen: AssassinGame of Blood: Chasing the SunChapter Thirteen: Assassin by Dreamhunter03
Chapter Thirteen: Assassin
Crimson had not been pleased to see Jinx returning without the bodies of those five cats she was so obsessed with. She’d shouted, yowled, struck and then stormed off, Frozengaze trailing after her with a smug grin scrawled across his muzzle.
That had been ages ago when the sun had been only just started to rise. Now it was near sunhigh and Crimson had yet to return. After their disappearance from the island Crimson had transported only the elite soldiers alongside her, Tornheart and Frozengaze, to a heavily wooded area just beyond the valley; but only after informing Jinx to head back to RogueClan’s camp and bring the five cats left there. If they were gone it was her duty to track them down, but not to kill them.
“It was a stupid task,” Jinx grumbled as she fiddled absently with a pebble, rolling it around under her paw. She was supposed to be training the soldiers, making sure they didn
Chapter Twelve: AshesGame of Blood: Chasing the SunChapter Twelve: Ashes by Dreamhunter03
Chapter Twelve: Ashes
He’d seen the plan rapidly forming in Eaglestrike’s eyes as the PhoenixClan warrior glanced multiple times at the rushing water behind them. He’d nudged Rainpatch, “I think Eaglestrike’s planning to use the waterfall,” he’d whispered whislt Icepetal had been snarling at Jinx.
Rainpatch’s eyes had widened in surprise but the army had surged forwards before he could say anything. Littleflame was dragged under by Eaglestrike and Icepetal by Rainpatch, leaving Willowclaw to jump into the frigid river by himself.
At the time it had seemed like a good idea, using the waterfall as a way to get away from Jinx and get down the mountain quicker, but it had soon became obvious that Eagleflight had not concerned himself with worrying about just how large the waterfall was.
Now as he hauled himself out of the lake at the bottom of the waterfall onto a small boulder jutting out o
Chapter Eleven: BurnGame of Blood: Chasing the SunChapter Eleven: Burn by Dreamhunter03
Chapter Eleven: Burn
The sky was a mix of orange and red, streaked with clouds of black smoke, reflecting the roaring inferno spreading across the valley. A dull roar thundered throughout the six territories as ravenous flames devoured everything in their path. Thick, black smoke clung to trees and crept through the flames to darken the entire valley into pitch blackness.
Her lungs burned as ash settled within them. Breathing was difficult in the thick smoke. It scraped down her throat like it had claws whenever she inhaled a shaky breath. She’d never experienced a fire before in her life, let alone one as fierce as the one raging all around her.
Bright flames singed the edges of her pelt, turning orange fur to black. All she could smell was smoke, burning and charred flesh. Some cats had not been so lucky in the rushed frenzy to get off of High Star Isle before it was reduced to ashes. It had been decided rather quickly that the safes
Chapter Ten: SparkGame of Blood: Chasing the SunChapter Ten: Spark by Dreamhunter03
Chapter Ten: Spark
"We’ve got to get out of here.” Eaglestrike paced back and forth inside the prison den. His tail lashed like a whip every few heartbeats. All he could think about was Crimson returning soon and killing them all. The Clans last hope would be lost having not gotten further than the mountains.
“My idea still stands,” Willowclaw muttered. “There are five of us and three of them. I don’t see why we can’t just tear them apart?”
Littleflame meowed in protest, “but killing them is wrong, even if they are a little brain dead. The Warrior Code forbids it.”
Four heads turned to stare at her. She shrunk back a little at all the sudden attention she was receiving. “Do you really think the Warrior Code is going to save us?” Willowclaw snapped.
“I, uh, I d-didn’t say that,” she stammered.
“I think it’s time we all faced the truth,”
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