Oceanberry's Call Chapter 2OCEANBERRY'S CALL CHAPTER 2
A battle yowl racked the air. Oceanpaw watched, holding her breath, as Firestar faced Breezestar.
"Well, well, well, Firestar," Breezestar sneered. "Ready to give WindClan the territory we deserve?"
"Never Breezestar!" Firestar snarled.
"In that case....We'll take it by FORCE!
The black leader launched himself at Firestar, and the clearing was engulfed in battle.
Oceanpaw glanced at Petalpaw, following her friend's gaze, Oceanpaw saw two WindClan apprentices.
"Lets get them!" Oceanpaw hissed, and she and Petalpaw charged across the clearing and smashed into the unaware apprentices.
One of them, a pure white tom with a ginger patch, let out a yowl of surprise and leapt onto Oceanpaw. Remembering her training, Oceanpaw rolled on her back, totally squashing the WindClan cat. Jumping off him, she grabbed his hind paw and slashed with her paws. He yowled in pain, and twisted round to bite her muzzle. Oceanpaw stiffened and flinched as sharp jaws pierce
Oceanberry's Call, Chapter 1OCEANBERRY'S CALL
Oceanpaw stretched and yawned. She couldn't wait. Her warrior assessment was today!
"Hey, Oceanpaw!" Firestar started bounding down to rocks to talk to her, Sandstorm by his side. If cats could blush, Oceanpaw would of. She had sort of fancied Firestar since she was a kit. It was more awkward that Sandstorm was her mentor! "Yes Firestar?" She mewed.
"As you know your warrior assessment is today, and because your one of our best apprentices, Sandstorm, your father, AND me will be judging you!" Oh Starclan! Oceanpaw thought. FIRESTAR judging her! Her father, Toadstep stalked over. "Ah, Oceanpaw," his voice sounded like a growl. "I hope you will do well in your....whatever" He seemed to be saying, 'You'd better do well!'
Oceanpaw looked down at the ground. Her father seemed too ambitious, always reserved, never really interested in any of her activities.
Oceanpaw groaned inwardly, her mother was coming over. Blossomfall was always fussy and flighty, not reall
Snowkit's Fate, Chapter oneSNOWKIT'S FATE....What really happened to the deaf kit
Snowkit tumbled around in the middle of the Camp. A white long furry thing was twitching. Summoning his strength he leapt on it Then a pain ran through it. It must be part of me! Snowkit thought. Suddenly the camp seemed empty. It was always silent to Snowkit, it was normal to him. But now he sensed something was wrong. He looked for his mother. He saw her, her mouth moving soundlessly. Seeing her made him feel more relaxed. With his mother there, he would be fine. He also looked for the smaller golden tom cat, who always fetched him food, and sometimes played with him. Snowkit turned his head, seeking out the pretty tawny kit that he loved. Snowkit didn't know her name, he always waited patiently for her to tell him, but she never did. All of a sudden, a shadow covered him OH THE PAIN! Cruel talons gripped his back. He screeched, but he couldn't hear himself. A grey f