Chapter 4-2

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Chapter 4-2

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“I-I-I–“
“Don’t worry, we won’t judge,” Aspensong reassured, but it did nothing to calm Lynxheart’s fearful fervor.
“I-will you promise not to think badly of me until I’m done explaining myself?” Everyone in the room nodded at once.
“Okay. Then, I’ll tell you. I’ve been visited by…” Lynxheart shrunk, dreading his friends’ reactions.
“I’ve been visited by Rubystar.”
“No!” Aspensong cried, as if Lynxheart had been critically injured.
“Please tell me she hasn’t been teaching you battle moves!” Coalblaze pleaded, tears in his eyes. Lynxheart’s heart shattered into pieces and drifted away on the wind.
“No, she hasn’t,” Lynxheart mewed shakingly, but Coalblaze’s expression did not lighten.
“What did she want from you?” Cypressroot asked seriously, his voice taut.
“She… just wanted to talk. She wanted to know if Roserain was doing okay, and how I was doing as leader. I told her that Froststar had overthrown me.”
“That’s it?” Aspensong asked suspiciously.
“Pretty much. Then, she wanted to touch me to make sure I was real. That’s where the slime came from. She smelled so bad, though, so I vomited.”
“Really?” Crowsand interrupted. Lynxheart realized how dubious his claim was without the Dark Forest actually being there to show the others how terrible conditions were there.
“Yeah. If you were there, you would vomit too. The living conditions are absolutely dismal,” Lynxheart attested weakly.
“Then where’d the bruises come from?” Aspensong asked.
“That’s when Coalblaze tried to wake me up. When that happened, because you were shaking me, an earthquake happened in the Dark Forest. I crashed into a bunch of trees and bushes.”
“Oh,” Coalblaze said guiltily. “But why didn’t you just leave?”
“I tried in the beginning, but I couldn’t wake up. I was trapped,” Lynxheart defended.
“Okay. So you didn’t meet Rubystar on purpose?” Crowsand asked, daring him to lie. Fortunately, Lynxheart didn’t need to.
“No. I had no idea she would appear. But…” Lynxheart winced. What about the promise that he had made to her before he had woken up?
“But what?” Aspensong asked worriedly.
“I, uh, made a promise,” Coalblaze hissed and Aspensong looked away. It’s over, Lynxheart thought dismally. They hate Rubystar so much.
“What was that promise?” Cypressroot questioned, his gaze boring into Lynxheart soul, already trying to figure it out on its own.
“Well, if you saw her you’d do it too; she was absolutely disgusting. She didn’t even look like a cat. She was unrecognizable at first. But she just wanted to talk to somebody. She was so lonely, and she just wanted – she just wanted – she was absolutely pitiful. I couldn’t help but promise that we would meet again tonight,” Lynxheart whispered dejectedly, bracing for attacks from all sides. Crowsand sighed heavily, and Aspensong started to cry.
“No, wait, don’t–“ Lynxheart started, unable to bear the sight of his friends like this, but he choked on his words. He could feel his eyes burning. “Are you angry at me?” Lynxheart whimpered.
“I-no. No, we’re not. We aren’t even disappointed. You didn’t think you were doing anything wrong, and we would probably do that same thing in that situation, but this isn’t a good situation to put yourself in, now that Frostfire’s leader and cats disrespect you. We’ll help you out, don’t worry,” Aspensong whispered, moving closer to the now sobbing Lynxheart. The grey and white she-cat sat down, wrapping her tail around Lynxheart’s body. Lynxheart looked up at her, and, unable to meet her gaze for any longer, turned to Coalblaze.
The black cat’s eyes were cold, lost, and Lynxheart could no longer see any of the good-humored spirit that had once filled Coalblaze to the brim. Instead of a like blazing, burning piece of coal, Coalblaze was cold and damp inside. The two friends made eye contact for a while, and then Coalblaze exploded.
“How could you be so stupid?” The young tabby screamed, slashing out at Lynxheart. His unsheathed claws caught Lynxheart in the muzzle as the former leader lay in shock.
Immediately, Aspensong moved to pin Coalblaze down and keep him away from the grey tom, but Coalblaze, bursting with rage, was too powerful for her. The black tom gave her a nasty wound down the side of her flank as blood splattered on the moss bedding. Crowsand gasped and Cypressroot shrank, afraid of the happy-go-lucky tom they had once known. Aspensong gasped in pain and collapsed on the body of Lynxheart.
“Someone get Shadowsmoke!” Crowsand yowled, and Cypressroot dashed out towards the medicine den. Locking eyes with the uncontrollable tom, Crowsand unsheathed his claws, preparing to fight.
However, there was no need. Taking one look at his former mentor and friend bleeding at his feet, Crowblaze sheathed his claws. Tears poured freely from his eyes and trailed in his wake as the black tom dashed out of the warriors’ den and into camp.
“What’s going on?” the distant voice of Roserain asked worriedly.
“Is Coalblaze crying?” Yeweye’s rough meow pondered fearfully.
“Holy StarClan! He has blood on his paws!” Sandwave yowled.
“Blood?”
“Out of the way!” Shadowsmoke’s tense yowl pierced the bedlam. The grey tabby she-cat exploded out of the medicine den, heading straight towards the warriors’ den, with Cypressroot in tow.
“Wait! Where’s Shadowsmoke going? Isn’t Coalblaze okay?” Fadesong yowled.
Lynxheart raised his head, vision blurry, as Shadowsmoke skidded to a halt at his body. Immediately she draped cobwebs over his muzzle and offered him various herbs that only the medicine cats knew. Different scents and tastes overwhelmed him, but in the confusion, Lynxheart noticed the searing pain near his mouth subside to a dull throb. His vision, though still blurry because of his watery eyes, sought out the grey-white blob that Lynxheart knew was Aspensong.
“Did Coalblaze do this?” Smadowsmoke asked as calmly as she could muster, though Lynxheart knew that she already knew the answer. He nodded weakly.
“Oh, Coalblaze,” Shadowsmoke sighed sadly. “What happened to him? He was such a friendly, peppy kit.”
“I…know…” Lynxheart whispered haltingly, his words barely escaping his mouth. The pain in his mouth increased tenfold as he spoke, and he promptly clapped his mouth shut.
“Hush, hush. Don’t speak, Lynxheart,” Shadowsmoke soothed.
“He still is,” Aspensong mewed, but stopped as the wound in her side caused her to gasp in pain.
“Don’t speak either, Aspensong,” Shadowsmoke said. “Both of you will just rest here and not talk, okay? I’ll stay here, so you don’t have to worry,” Shadowsmoke mewed calmingly. Lynxheart tried to utter thanks but it hurt too much.
A sudden uproar caused Lynxheart’s ears to perk up.
“What was that?” the grey tom mewed, earning him another hush from Shadowsmoke. Lynxheart cringed in pain after speaking.
“Froststar is sending out a patrol to go and look for Coalblaze. Apparently he’s disappeared from camp while we were distracted by you two.” Aspensong gasped in pain again, and Shadowsmoke fed her some more herbs. Then Shadowsmoke turned to him, and without asking why had had vomit and slime all over his pelt, began to clean his pelt with moss and licks. Lynxheart was grateful Shadowsmoke did not make such a big deal out of his state as Coalblaze had done.
The next few minutes ticked by agonizingly slow. It seemed like hours to Lynxheart, who had nothing to keep him company except the pained gasps of Aspensong and the Shadowsmoke’s attempts to soothe the two. Lynxheart was bored to death, and the comforting scent of the mist became insipid to the grey tom. He wanted to break the silence so much, but he knew it would hurt him badly if he attempted to open his mouth again, and it would only make Shadowsmoke’s job harder.
After what seemed like an incessant waiting time, Lynxheart’s ears pricked up once more to the sound of a struggle. It seemed like the patrol had successfully captured the young warrior. Lynxheart imagined the black-pelted tom flailing about like a helpless kit as a more experienced warrior – probably Voidtail – held him by the scruff of his neck. Lynxheart tried to peer out of the warriors’ den, but his vision was too blurry. He tried, blinking back tears, but without the use of his paws to clear the liquid out, Lynxheart was forced to simply listen.
“Let me go!” Coalblaze yowled, sounding very much when he was just a little kit.
“Sorry, Coalblaze,” Voidtail’s muffled mew came. As Lynxheart had guessed, the senior warrior and deputy of ShadowClan had been the one to catch his friend. Then, Lynxheart heard a thud, which meant that Voidtail had let Coalblaze drop to the ground.
“Coalblaze,” Froststar’s mew sounded from somewhere far away. Lynxheart gritted his teeth, then winced once again at the pain. No way was he going to let that albino she-cat do anything to his precious apprentice! If Froststar harmed a hair on Coalblaze’s pelt–
Was that how Coalblaze had felt when he had attacked Swampshine? If Froststar did anything to Coalblaze, would Lynxheart go that far? Maybe, but there was no telling what would happen, of course, unless Froststar attacked.
“Would you mind accompanying me in my den for a second?” Froststar’s impeccably well-mannered, smooth voice glossed over the air. You mange-pelt! Lynxheart thought furiously.
“Are you sure about that, Froststar? I don’t want you getting hurt,” Cypressroot’s timid but serious meow sounded from somewhere near the elder’s den. There was a moment of silence, in which Lynxheart guessed was caused by Froststar glaring at Cypressroot for being insubordinate.
“I can take very good care of myself, thank you,” Froststar’s slighlty haughty mew responded. Lynxheart unsheathed his claws, which Shadowsmoke noticed.
“Calm yourself, Lynxheart,” she mewed. “You too, Aspensong.”
“If she hurts Coalblaze…” Aspensong began indignantly, but she fell silent as she gasped in pain once more.
“Be quiet! Please! For StarClan’s sake, I won’t be able to help at all if you keep stating your opinion on absolutely everything!” Shadowsmoke reprimanded furiously, at the end of her patience. Then, there was a moment of silence in which Shadowsmoke regained her composure. “Sorry. This is a really rough time for ShadowClan and it’s taken its toll on everybody. Coalblaze most of all, it seems.”
Ashamed and concerned, Lynxheart kept quiet, along with Shadowsmoke and Aspensong. For a while, nobody talked, until Lynxheart picked out indistinct murmuring as his clanmates outside speculated on what Froststar was doing to Coalblaze and why Coalblaze had acted so aggressively. Lynxheart ached to go out and talk with every single one of his clanmates, gaining opinions and information subliminally through careful words. Lynxheart sighed, and the part of him that wanted to slow down gave up. It was always his passion to want to know every cat as much as he could. He just loved playing with words and relationships – but then again, how different was a passion from a habit? Then, Lynxheart heard Shadowsmoke say a phrase that it seemed like he had been waiting to hear forever.
“Okay. Lynxheart, it looks like you’ll be able to get up and move around, just try not to talk too much, okay? And I mean it,” Shadowsmoke said. Lynxheart breathed a sigh of relief, and realized that sighing didn’t hurt at all anymore, it just felt extremely uncomfortable.
“What about Aspensong?” He managed to say, though his words were muffled because of the cobweb.
“She’s pretty hurt. That scratch is long and deep, so she’ll be staying in the medicine den for a while. Why don’t you help me carry her?” At that, Lynxheart nodded. Of course he could carry his friend. Aspensong heard this and tried to make a sound, but failed, in too much pain.
“Okay, so we’ll have to go slowly, so we don’t hurt her,” Shadowsmoke said.
“I know, I know,” Lynxheart responded.
“I know you know, but I just want to be careful,” Shadowsmoke mewed defensively. Ha! Lynxheart thought. You don’t know careful!
Slowly, the two cats heaved Aspensong up onto their backs. The she-cat laid draped sideways against the two cats, who walked side-by-side out of the warriors’ den, inching towards their destination. Every time Aspensong gasped in pain, Lynxheart would halt, afraid that he had hurt her, which made Shadowsmoke huff in annoyance.
“Oh!” Sandwave gasped as she saw the three cats emerged. This drew the attention of the other cats in camp, and Lynxheart looked around. Even though he couldn’t really see, he could sense the concern that came from every cat. It wasn’t just directed towards Aspensong, however – some cats had seen his cobweb-covered blood-stained muzzle, and they were worried for him as well. Lynxheart felt a surge of pride. These were good, noble cats – no matter who they supported.
“Is Aspensong okay?” Twoheart asked. The concern in his mew made Lynxheart’s eyes water even more.
“Don’t worry, she’ll be fine. Now, out of our way!” Shadowsmoke commanded, and instantly, every cat parted to make way for the three cats. Finally, after trudging slowly across the clearing, Lynxheart and Shadowsmoke arrived that the medicine den. Gingerly, the medicine cat slowly lowered Aspensong to the ground. Aspensong reached the floor and lay still, cringing in pain. Now that Lynxheart was free to move, he wiped his eyes with his paw, and was relieved to see everything come back into focus.
“Is there anything more I can do to help?” Lynxheart asked. Shadowsmoke shook her head.
“No, I think it would be best if you just waited outside with the other warriors. Tell them what happened.” Lynxheart nodded and ducked out of the den.
Immediately after he left, the fuzzy, furry pelts of cats crowded his vision. All around him, warriors were pelting him with questions.
“How is Aspensong?”
“Did Coalblaze inflict those wounds?”
“What happened to your muzzle?”
“Guys! He can’t talk! Leave him alone!”
“It’s alright, everybody,” Lynxheart reassured, and soon the warriors quieted down to listen to him speak. Resuming the polite and discreet exterior that he had worn for so long, Lynxheart continued, using his authority to calm the fears of his cats.
“Aspensong is doing fine. She just has a long scratch down her side, nothing that Shadowsmoke won’t be able to fix. As for me, I was scratched in the muzzle. Yes, these injuries were Coalblaze’s doing, but don’t be so quick to hate him. He’s still the same cat you love,” Lynxheart mewed soothingly, commanding the attention of everyone perfectly. Every cat was hooked on his words, full of concern for their clanmates.
“Why did Coalblaze do this?” Sandwave asked from the back. Murmurs of agreement whispered throughout the rest of the cats. Beads of sweat began to form around Lynxheart’s face. The grey tom realized that he would have to make something up, fast.
“To be honest, I don’t know. Something I said must have upset him, but I have no leads as to what it is. He’s just been kind of unstable; my abdication must have really overturned his world. He grew up with me as leader, you know,” Lynxheart mewed. Sandwave nodded thoughtfully, apparently satisfied with Lynxheart’s answer. The former leader’s insides flipped, however, when he realized that Coalblaze might recklessly reveal his secret in his rage. What would happen him? He was already disgraced as a leader. Perhaps Froststar would exile or even kill him. Lynxheart shuddered. He hated the thought of trying to forcefully control his former friend, but now, it was a matter of life and death. Coalblaze apparently was outside reason when he was angry, so Lynxheart needed to corner him when he was alone and calm. Perhaps Lynxheart would be able to lighten his spirits by spending earnest, jovial moments of his time with the black warrior. But that would take a while; after meeting privately with Froststar in the leader’s den, Coalblaze was almost guaranteed to be in a stormy, temperamental mood. But, Lynxheart worried, what if Coalblaze felt neglected when Lynxheart decided to avoid him for the time being? Lynxheart wouldn’t be there to console him in order to keep himself safe. What if that lead to more anger? What about if he thinks I’m scared of him? Lynxheart fretted. Anger and guilt and sadness were dangerous mixed together with isolation. What if he had to risk it to save his friend? Either outcome could lead to more violence. Lynxheart sighed. No matter how manipulative he could be, there would always be emotional and social dilemmas.
“Are you alright, Lynxheart?” Snowclaw’s voice pierced through Lynxheart’s though process. With a jolt of panic, Lynxheart realized that thinking had taken enough time for the cats crowding around him to notice that he stood in silence.
“Yes, I’m fine. I was just thinking about Coalblaze,” Lynxheart replied smoothly. At least it was true.
“Aren’t we all? I hope he’s doing okay. I don’t know what Froststar’s saying to him, but I hope it will calm him down. Knowing her, it probably will,” Twoheart mewled worriedly, and Lynxheart knew at that moment that Froststar’s former apprentice, even though he had plotted with her to deliberately embarrass Lynxheart and make him lose his position, was a noble and thoughtful cat – with a heart no colder than Coalblaze’s.
Then, a sudden yowl of anger burst through the ShadowClan mist, all of its comfort fleeing in panic. All heads to turned to the cry’s source: the leader’s den. A black streak shot out, and then promptly skidded and turned abruptly to face the entrance. As the streak slowed down, everyone gasped to see Coalblaze with his back arched and his teeth bared, as if he was fighting a warrior from another clan.
Froststar padded out of the leader’s den, running at first, but slowing to a calm trot when the albino she-cat was able to recover her senses and become aware of the fact that everyone was watching her and could not see her panic. Though she hid it well, Lynxheart could still see its shadow haunt her eyes, though nobody else was observant enough to descry it.
“Coalblaze,” the albino warrior mewed coolly, doing her best to force her fur to remain flat, even though the warrior was spitting and hissing threateningly enough to scare any cat. He looked mad, in both definitions of the word: angry, and insane.
“You don’t deserve to say my name!” Coalblaze screeched deafeningly, his voice rising to a crescendo higher than the sky.
“Let you anger flow through you. You’ve kept this pent up for long enough. Unleash it. I can take it, don’t worry,” Froststar smiled, and Lynxheart winced. Though it was a tactful strategy, and what Lynxheart would have said if another warrior was angry at him, the words were wasted on Coalblaze, who, instead of taking it as a modest acquiescence (an expression evoked as a counterexample of the crushing ‘I am disappointed in you’) took it as gloating condescension. The black warrior grew even more infuriated, if such a thing was possible.
“Fine! You want angry? You want angry? Eat fox-dung, you piece of crow-food! I’ll claw yo–“ at this, Coalblaze launched himself at his leader, eliciting horrified screams of denial. Lynxheart’s stomach vomited inside itself as he realized that Coalblaze had used the same exact trick on him when he was battle training as an apprentice just a few days ago.
Froststar ducked to the side, but Coalblaze whipped around and thrust a flying claw at Froststar’s eyes. The she-cat ducked and reached out another claw to grab Coalblaze’s outstretched, undefended arm, but Coalblaze jerked away and Froststar’s claw closed on thin air. Lynxheart was unnerved at how fast this string of events occurred – Lynxheart ventured that it had happened in less than a second. This was faster and fiercer than anything that Coalblaze had accomplished on his best days of battle training. Eager and willingness to learn motivated Coalblaze less than anger – and seeing the intensity of Coalblaze’s energy on the night of his warrior ceremony, Lynxheart realized that Coalblaze was the most dangerous warrior in the clans, and he, the very cat who had mentored him and watched him grow from a tiny, adorable kit, was deathly afraid of him.
Lynxheart, however observant he was, could not for the life of him discern the individual actions in the flurry of claws and teeth and anger: it was too fast for his eye and definitely too fast for his body to replicate. In a sudden flash of claws, Froststar pinned Coalblaze to the ground and the movement stilled to a halt.
“Aspensong would hate to see this,” Sandwave whispered in his ear. Lynxheart agreed, noticing how much everyone in his clan knew about the relationship between the two.
“I hate to see this,” Lynxheat murmured, not caring if Sandwave heard him, because he had just noticed Twoheart, standing as still as a rock, with an expression what would have caused anyone to die of pity. His two friends lay just a few feet from him, spitting and hissing.
“Are you going to murder me like you murdered Rubystar?” Coalblaze spat, the spittle landing on Froststar’s face. The albino she-cat flinched, but held Coalblaze down firmly. Then, as the young tom’s words sunk in, Froststar’s expression changed from one of anger to one of absolute horror and disgust, something that Froststar did not bother hiding.
“No! Of course not! Do you really think I’m like that?” Froststar mewed indignantly. Coalblaze, taken aback for a moment, both at his own words and Froststar’s reaction, paused for a second, before evidently steeling himself for another attack against his leader.
“Yes,” Coalblaze spat defiantly, and stubbornly, not seeming to care how insane he sounded. Froststar, not expecting that answer, paused in shock for a moment before replying with narrow, suspicious eyes.
“Who put that idea in your head?” Froststar questioned. Coalblaze did not answer, and Lynxheart felt a few eyes slide in his direction. Lynxheart shrunk, realizing that to his chagrin, some of his clanmates suspected him of bringing up Coalblaze to be this way. Lynxheart wondered if they had come across the idea that Lynxheart had purposefully raised Coalblaze to hide behind an air of childish innocence, while Lynxheart taught him to become a dangerous tom with a burning hatred for Froststar. The very notion chilled Lynxheart to the bone, and the former leader was discouraged, to say the least, that his attempts to influence the clan seemed to had been quite fruitless. Besides, it was absolutly false.
“You did,” Coalblaze finally replied after several seconds that had been misfortunate enough to be under the scrutiny of nearly every cat in ShadowClan.
“Coalblaze, what happened to you?” Froststar mewed despairingly, seeming to be trying a different approach, now that the ‘modest acquiescence’ method had failed miserably. Though it was gentler, Lynxheart and Coalblaze both knew the meaning of the phrase: ‘I am disappointed in you.’
“You know what?” Coalblaze hissed, seemingly growing even more angered at Froststar’s attempt at controlling him. “I thi–”
Using the same trick that Coalblaze had used earlier, he stopped himself in the middle of his own sentence and struggled with all of his might against the iron grip of Froststar. However, he did not succeed, as Froststar’s body weight held down the smaller tom with cold strength. The bony, lanky tom’s muscles bulged, but they were no match for Froststar.
“You think I’m going to fall for that again?” Froststar mewed disgustedly, and Lynxheart realized, though subtle, Froststar had always had had her muscles tense, ready to act, whenever Coalblaze spoke, just in case he tried to throw the albino she-cat off. Coalblaze collapsed back, defeated, onto the wet, marshy ground. “Coalblaze, I’m sorry I have to do this,” Froststat began, and Lynxheart realized that the albino she-cat had, at no point during the fight, had shown any amount of anger close to what emanated from Coalblaze. In fact, every word Froststar had spoken was soaked in sadness, painting the mist blue. Taking a shaky, sobbing breath, Froststar prepared to make a final, statuory declaration.
“You are now a prisoner of ShadowClan. We will keep you in the leader’s den, with permanent guards around the entrance. I will move to the warriors’ den to make room. You will stay here until we deem you satisfactory to continue being a warrior.” Coalblaze eyes widened in shock, though he had expected more punishment. Though Froststar was manipulative, she obviously cared about her clanmates and resisted punishing them too strongly, no matter how much they attacked her.
“As such, you will now lose your warrior name until you are able to regain it. From now on, you will be known as Coal. Voidtail, if you would choose three guards for Coal’s den.”
“I choose Squirreltail, Ashface, and Fadesong,” the ShadowClan deputy mewed from far off, his voice shaky as if he had been surprised that Froststar was addressing him and had just woken up from a nightmare.
“Right. If you three would escort Coal back into the leader’s den, that would be great. Thank you,” Froststar mewed, and, like terrified kits, Squirreltail, Ashface, and Fadesong padded forward as Froststar slowly and cautiously let go of the prisoner, who obeyed silently and dreamily, as if in a trance. The four cats slowly made their way to the leader’s den, disappearing inside. Twoheart trudged forwards, trying to get a better look, as if expecting to see Coalblaze turn and meet his gaze, but that was just a fantasy. The three guards emerged from the den and took their positions, and the entire clearing was silent for a while longer, while the three cats eyed the crowd nervously and uncomfortably. Then, as if departing from a funeral, the cats started to disperse, crawling back into their dens as if they could hide from the events that had happened outside. Lynxheart followed Sandwave back into the warriors’ den, feeling awfully like he was turning his back on his friend, who was now a prisoner in the very same camp that he had grown up in. The entire camp was utterly deserted, expect for the three cats guarding the entrance, staring pityingly at Twoheart, who remained in the clearing, sobbing his two hearts out.

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August 8th, 2017, 12:43 pm

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NOO COALBLAZE
NOO TWOHEART

MY HEART
THIS IS SO GOOD

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August 8th, 2017, 12:45 pm

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@ShadowStalker1128
AHHH THANK YOU SOO MUCH
OMIGOSH
I LOVE IT WHEN PEOPLE USE ALL CAPS
AND SAY MY STUFF IS GOOD
I LOVE IT
THANK YOU SO MUCH
I WILL HUG YOU NAO

*guinness world record for biggest hug*

AWWW Shad
Ah I can't say anything but "AHHH"
Omighosh I'm probably being overdramatic but I'm not lol
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Thanks FREEENNN <3

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August 8th, 2017, 1:06 pm

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@WildfireK: YOUR WELCOMEEEE *HUGZ*

IM ENJOYING THIS SO MUCH
MY EYES ARENT BUT WHATEVER
THA LAST SENTENCE GOT ME SO HARD

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August 8th, 2017, 1:06 pm

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@ShadowStalker1128:
EEE THANK YOU
I LIKE IT TWO LOL

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August 8th, 2017, 1:09 pm

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August 8th, 2017, 1:11 pm

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@ShadowStalker1128:
Fun fact: I actually didn't mean to put "two" there XD

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August 8th, 2017, 1:15 pm

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@WildfireK: I guess you can say it was punintentional

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August 8th, 2017, 1:17 pm

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@ShadowStalker1128:
*punts Shad to Alaska*

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August 8th, 2017, 1:27 pm

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@WildfireK: WHEEEEeeeeeeee....

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August 8th, 2017, 1:29 pm

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@ShadowStalker1128:
I love it when we just mess around like this

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August 8th, 2017, 1:31 pm

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@WildfireK: it's the best time of the day :D

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August 8th, 2017, 1:35 pm

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August 8th, 2017, 1:37 pm

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@WildfireK: hey how about we pretend we're having a very deep conversation about LT

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August 8th, 2017, 1:46 pm

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@ShadowStalker1128:
Right
Coalsong

So adorable

And
It's kinda like Shifi

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August 8th, 2017, 1:47 pm

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@WildfireK: I ship itttttt
I ship ittttt sooooo muchhhhhh

LynxRuby
Yes

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August 8th, 2017, 1:50 pm

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@ShadowStalker1128:
Which one Coalsong or ShiFi? XD
Or booothhhh

Also try and watch Garden but think of Rubyheart

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August 8th, 2017, 4:28 pm

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@WildfireK: bothhhhhh :3

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August 9th, 2017, 10:32 am

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@ShadowStalker1128:
Anyway

How many smoothies did you drink yesterday?

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August 9th, 2017, 10:35 am

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@WildfireK: 5
But now apparently I can eat stuff
I had eggs for breakfast :P

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August 9th, 2017, 10:37 am

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@ShadowStalker1128:
Oh yaay
(Do you get to still lie around all day today? XD)

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August 9th, 2017, 10:46 am

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@WildfireK: today yes
Tomorrow no XD

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August 9th, 2017, 10:51 am

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@ShadowStalker1128:
Okay let's make the best of it! :3

So watchoo wanna talk about

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August 9th, 2017, 11:05 am

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@WildfireK: idk XD

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August 9th, 2017, 11:07 am

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@ShadowStalker1128:
How about Spottedleaf and Yellowfang?
And then Dovewing?
Our leaat favorites XD

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August 9th, 2017, 11:12 am

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@WildfireK: AHHH SHIT I HATE DOVEWING
she's so whiny
I can't STAND her

How is she even related to Ivypool

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August 9th, 2017, 11:22 am

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@ShadowStalker1128:
Lol let's hate on out least favorite warrior characters XD
Here's a scene from the books, paraphrased XD

Yellowfang: Jayfeather, tell Cinderheart she's Cinderpelt.

Jayfeather: umm... ok

1 day later

YF: WHY IN THE NAME OF STARCLAN DID YOU TELL CINDERHEART SHE'S CINDERPELT? DID YOU HAVE ANY IDEA THE PAIN SHE WOULD GO THROUGH?!

JF: The heck Yellow you TOLD me to tell her

YF: Oh... oh yeah I did but I was distracted and was thinking about other StarClan stuff.

JF: Idiot.

YF: *clouts ear* RESPECT YOUR ELDERS!
now, I'm going to give you more instructions and try to humble the huge ego of yours, so you'd better listen close.

JF: But you were wrong before! Why should I put unquestionable faith in you when sometimes you mess up?

YF: WE KNOW WHAT'S BEST FOR YOU!

JF: But you're just a dead cat. You have every flaw a live cat would have.

YF: OKAY NOW GO UNITE THE FOUR.

JF: How?

YF: I don't know just do it

JF: But how?

YF: IDK, OKAY!? YOU THINK WE'RE PERFECT, BUT SOMETIMES WE'RE JUST DEAD CATS!

JF: I just made that point like *looks at watch* 25 minutes ago

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August 9th, 2017, 11:25 am

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@WildfireK: SO TRUE
OMG
YESSS
I FELL OFF THE COUCH
LOLLLL

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August 9th, 2017, 11:26 am

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@ShadowStalker1128:
You know what I'll write another for Spottedleaf XP

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August 9th, 2017, 11:30 am

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@WildfireK: I hate Dovewing the most tho

She's all like "her meh GUSH I hate my powers! I wish I was normal UGH"
*powers get taken away*
"Oh fuck my powers are gone. I'm gonna be all depressed now"
My god Dovewing

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August 9th, 2017, 11:34 am

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@ShadowStalker1128:
Honestly it doesn't irk me as much as Yellowfang
Yellowfang was a grump when she was alive, yes, and I know she's trying to calm JF's "ego" but to me she just downright seems nasty to him. And also supercilious.
I mean look at how she's like
"You need to realize you're not all-important."
Then TURNS RIGHT AROUND and says,
"I'm StarClan I know what's best and I'm your elder so I'm more wise than you so I know best yeah"

Like
So
THe conversations are basically:

JF: I'm right.
YF: No I'm right and you're wrong and you think you're right all the time but I'm always right.


Like

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August 9th, 2017, 11:36 am

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@WildfireK: well yeah
Yellowfang is a grump
And I love Jayfeather

But Dovewing is the exact type of person that I absolutely HATE

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August 9th, 2017, 11:38 am

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@ShadowStalker1128:
That makes sense
But what they both have in common is
that when they get what they want they don't want it anymore

YF: Tell Cinderheart she's Cinderpelt
*Cinderheart's secret is told*
YF: YOU IDIOT WHY DID YOU DO THAT

DW: I want my powers to be gone
*Powers are gone*
DW: hEEELPP I'M POWERLESSSS

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August 9th, 2017, 11:41 am

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@WildfireK: ugh yes
I hate it
I hate people that take what they have for granted
I can't stand them

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August 9th, 2017, 11:44 am

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@ShadowStalker1128:
That sorta makes me happy because of Lynxheart going in the opposite way

LH: Oh nu I don't deserve to feel depressed when there a people going through even harder times that I need to take care of

XP XD

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August 9th, 2017, 11:46 am

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@WildfireK: XD

But Lynxheart
It's okay to be upset XD
Well actually no
BE HAPPY

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August 9th, 2017, 11:50 am

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@ShadowStalker1128:
I like Lynxheart's character even more
because when you're a leader
AND manipulative
Then you have this HUGE responsibility
And you have to protect every single one of your clanmates because you have the most power to do so
Lynxheart is, when you think about it, an extraordinary person I mean cat because of his logic, intelligence, and diplomacy, but also because of his ability to take stress and pressure and be patient and slow to anger

He's also pretty mature, or at least I like to see him that way XD
But he'll only be as mature as I can be
So...

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August 9th, 2017, 11:54 am

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@WildfireK: yeah I know
I like him too

Will we see more of Twoheart I really like him for some reason

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August 9th, 2017, 11:57 am

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@ShadowStalker1128:
Probably
I think he's attractive because ya switch opinions on him a lot and that makes him interesting

He went from (according to what I got from you comments)

Dangerous and mysterious
To needing pity
To a sympathetic, kind cat

*Now that I think about it wow I like Twoheart too*

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August 9th, 2017, 12:01 pm

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@WildfireK: yessss
I live the characters that make me have to switch onions on things
Those are the best

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August 9th, 2017, 12:02 pm

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@ShadowStalker1128:
I'M LAUGHING SO HARD AT THE "ONIONS"

also
Hoo boy you're in for a ride if that's what you like~

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August 9th, 2017, 12:05 pm

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@WildfireK: I MEANT OPINIONS
DAMN YOU TYPOSSSS XD

aww yus

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October 14th, 2017, 9:25 am

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Uh...you typed

“I hate to see this,” Lynxheat murmured

Lynxheat.LYNXHEAT

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October 14th, 2017, 9:27 am

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@Fire storm:
Lynxheat best cat

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October 14th, 2017, 9:29 am

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@WildfireK: Yeh I love Lynxheat.XD
Poor Coal.Nuuuu.I LIKED HIM.

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