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|New Lake Adventure| Fire 5/26 The leader of ShadowClan watched the orange flames rip across ThunderClan territory. Her deputy, Stormfang, looked at her and asked, "Fallenstar, should we do something?" She watched the flames for a bit before turning to Stormfang. "Go back to camp. I'm going to call a meeting." "Let all cats old enough to stalk through shadows, gather beneath the Talltree for a Clan meeting!" Fallenstar yowled as she stood on the branch of the tree behind her den. Deathberry and Mintleaf trotted over to the clearing, followed by Sugarpaw and Snakepaw and the other ShadowClan cats. "I'm sure you all know about the fire in ThunderClan territory, but do not go to help them. ThunderClan is not our responsibility, nor is it our job to help them." "Yeah!" added Eagleshade, a brown tabby. "Especially when cats like Goldenear make up lies about being so blind and having so much lack of smell say that they had no idea they were in ShadowClan territory!" C
|Aura Star| Chapter 7: Reunited It had begun to rain. But I didn’t really care. I trudged along in darkness, letting the rain wash the blood off my face. Splatter. Splatter. I tried to block her name from my mind. I tried blocking out the feel of her claws, her voice. But I couldn’t. It didn’t matter to me though. I would get my revenge on her soon. I’d be strong; I’d be a pack leader. I grinned as I imagined myself, running through the trees, my pack behind me, as we chased Splatter. Emptiness suddenly filled me. I narrowed my eyes. Aima. Nekros. I did need them. They could join my pack. I needed to find them. I stopped and looked up, I had exited the woods and the city loomed
|Aura Star| Chapter 6: Exile It was night when I woke, which was a good sign. The bad sign was that the moon was already past its zenith. I scowled to myself and got up, stretching. I trotted outside, getting some fresh air. “I really need to get this whole day sleep, night awake, thing down,” I yawned to myself. I need to plan things out. I began to walk along, half paying attention for prey as I thought to myself. I could go to sleep at dawn, and then try waking up at dusk. If I wake up before dusk, I’ll try to go back to sleep. I paused, hearing something. I stifled a gasp when I realized how far I was from the barn. I quickly turned and ran back to my shelter, leaping on an old mossy stone fence. I dropped into a crouch (which was very complicated on a fence) as I spied a mouse poking along the weeds. I dar