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the coldest night Pokemon Vore Sawk and AzelfI quickly wrapped myself in a blanket as cold air sunk into my skin, it was the coldest night of winter and it was showing it self well. I shivered and whispered to myself, "Its so c-c-c-cold. Curse this winter storm!" I heard Sawk sleeping in his bed, he must be so warm right now but he was curled up in a ball with his blanket, "Hm, I wish i where him." i said but quickly denied it, why would i be a fighting type anyway? It looks cool, but i'd get my ass kicked very quickly by flying , psychic, and fairy types, i don't want that, i'll stick to psychic. Anyway, i shivered harder trying to get warm, but of course it never works, "Azelf?" i heard Sawk say my name, "huh?" i said whipping around to see him, "Oh, Hi, Sawk." "Are you alright?" he asked, "Yeah," i said, "just cold." He looked down at me cause i'm only a foot tall, really i am, he thought for a bit then said, "I know a place where you can sleep." Oh boy was I excited, "Really?! Where?!" i asked happily, he froze, "um.." i look
Undertale: Kitty's Journey: PrologueKitty felt her legs tremble as she climbed Mt. Ebott, she had just gotten away from her mother after she tried to kill her just because she liked monsters. Blood slowly flowed down from a small hole in her arm from where she was stabbed by her mother's car keys, she grasped it tightly to try to stop the bleeding but it was just going through her fingers. Kitty stopped running to catch her breath, she looked back to see if her mother was still on her tail but was no where to be seen, "Good, she now she wont hurt me anymore." she panted and continued up the mountain, she looked to see some leafs on some bushes, "Hey," she said, "I can use those to cover my wound, like a bandage." she quickly took the biggest leaf that covered her hole the best and grabbed some long vines, she also took a short stick to poke small holes into the leaf just big enough to easily slid the vine right through. Once Kitty had got the vine in point A in the leaf she placed the leaf onto the wound then tightened t
Undertale: Kitty's Journey: Chapter 1Kitty opened her eyes to see that she had fallen on a large patch yellow flowers, the weak moonlight flowed down from the now small hole above her head, filling the place with only a small amount of light. She struggled to her feet and looked around, she saw a pathway not far away from where she had landed and she slowly walked across it. It was not long before she saw a large doorway, she stared into the dark entrance with curiosity, "Maybe its a way out of this place?" Kitty thought and walked into the doorway. What she saw was nothing she expected, a flower was planted in the middle of the room facing her with a light beaming onto it and it was, smiling? Kitty was confused, "A smiling flower?" she wondered and walked slowly towards it, "Howdy!" the flower said happily, Kitty yelped and fell over onto her behind, "I'm Flowey. Flowey the Flower! Golly, are you okay?" Flowey asked nicely, Kitty quickly got up and brushed the dust off of her, "Y-yeah, I'm okay." she answered, "Golly, th
5 - The aftermathWhen Ravenleap managed to get back to camp and tell the rest of the clan about their dead clanmate, the cats of Lucentclan gathered in clumps around camp They stayed in the overhangs of the dug-out caves, and in the shadows of the Shaderock and the tree, whispering and waiting. It was a terrible blow to the clan, and many cats felt as though Starclan had abandoned them. Horizonstar gazed out of the medicine cat den at her restless clanmates, worry in her eyes. "Fallenflower..." She meowed weakly as the medicine cat bustled busily around her den. "Why didn't Starclan warn us about this? It seems like a bad omen. Have you heard anything from them whatsoever?" Fallenflower stopped for a minute, pausing uncertainly as she carried some juniper berries over to her leader. "No, I haven't. I- I don't know. But we must keep going, no matter what. Maybe Starclan couldn't give us warning, maybe we need to learn to rely on ourselves more than our ancestors." The silver she-cat meowed, shaking her
4 - When lightning strikesThe weary patrol made their way back to camp the next morning, or so they thought. Nocat could tell what time it was with the ceaseless cloud cover and rain. Even though the storm had not in fact cleared up, (Quite the opposite, it had gotten much much worse.) Horizonstar could now walk with a little help, and since she was no longer physically restrained, there was nothing keeping her from getting back to camp. Except, a giant hurricane of course. After a few miserable hours of slow steady progress across the wind-torn territory, All of the cats reached Lucentclan camp to see the rest of the clan gathered in wait for them. Fallenflower raced up to the approaching cats when she saw how badly Horizonstar had been injured, horror on her face. "Fastwind, Rabbithop, take Horizonstar to my den. NOW!" The medicine cat said commandingly, immediately taking charge of the situation. "Nightshade, go give Snowfire and Rockflare an exact account of what happened. Whisperfawn and Ravenleap, go get
3 - The howling winds"HORIZONSTAR! NO!" Fastwind yowled in horror with Ravenleap as the pillar crushed the Lucentclan leader's fragile body. Horizonstar woke to find herself in a city. It looked like the city where she lived, but everything was brand new and shiny. Confused, the black she-cat stood up, looking around as she tried to remember what happened. Then it hit her. "I- I'm in Starclan." The Lucentclan leader meowed, beginning to shake as terror overcame her. "Don't be afraid, Horizonstar." She heard a familiar meow, and the golden-eyed she-cat turned around to see her dead father smiling at her. "Obsidianclaw? You're here, a-am I dead?" The leader meowed, padding over towards her father, afraid she already knew the answer. "You have just lost your first life, my daughter." Obsidianclaw meowed, the dark grey tom's fur sparkling with stars. "Life is about to get very painful for you, but don't give up. I know you can get through this. I love you." And with those final words, Horizonstar's vision went
2 - The gathering of cloudsFastwind sprinted across the route she's memorized, pure adrenaline racing through her body as she felt the dog's breath on her tail. The three cats chosen to bait the dogs had managed to separate them, and now she was leading one to where the rest of her patrol waited in ambush. Yowling a warning, the silver she-cat raced past the point where she knew her clanmates hid, relief spreading across her face. "Now!" A voice yowled from the shadowy alleyway, and five other cats materialized out of the darkness, leaping on the unsuspecting canine. Horizonstar's patrol suddenly surrounded the diseased dog, their hearts beating fast with fear and a strange excitement. The battle had only lasted about ten minutes, with both sides suffering minor scratches, when a supersonic boom sounded from above. The dog let out a surprised yelp, and while the cats were distracted it managed to leap over them and run back the way it had came. Horizonstar hissed in annoyance as she realized their plans had fail
1 - The quiet before the stormHi everyone! This is the first journal of the Lucentclan plotline of this month, I'm writing separate stories that may take place in different places, but they all are interwoven- so- yeah? I will be posting one part of the story per day, but there may be exceptions. Pretty much all of these short journals are really important to the plot and side plots, so if you are in Lucentclan especially, you probably want to read these. (People with cats from other clans too, if you want to be updated in what's going on in Lucentclan territory.) I hope you like them!
It was almost moonhigh, and the cats of Lucentclan stirred uneasily. Horizonstar stood on the shaderock, her black pelt shining silver from the light of the almost-full moon. "All cats old enough to catch their own prey, gather here beneath the shaderock for a clan meeting!" The golden-eyed she-cat yowled. A few cats padded into the center of camp, but most of Lucentclan was already waiting pensively underneath the
June 2016 Lucentclan assignmentThe Lucentclan patrol came to a stop at the edge of the city, the cats in the group peering cautiously ahead. "Whisperfawn, lead the way." Horizonstar meowed grimly, scenting the air. Whisperfawn nodded, and the white and gray she-cat padded ahead, the rest of the patrol following. Ivypaw bounded behind her mentor, the apprentice's ears pricking up with nervousness and excitement. The patrol moved closer to fog lake, tendrils of white mist reaching out to envelop them. As the cats got closer to the edge of the border, Kestrelshade signaled for them to stop, his nose twitching. "I smell dog." He growled alertly, notifying the patrol. "We're almost to the spot where we heard it..." Whisperfawn meowed softly, turning to walk forward when suddenly, a distant barking echoed across the lake. "There it is." Snowfire growled, sliding out her sharpened claws. "Time for these dogs to learn to keep away from our territory!" Horizonstar shook her head, turning to face her deputy. "If these dogs ar