no way out : tagged Jun 16, 2020 16:47:44 GMT -6
Post by rain on Jun 16, 2020 16:47:44 GMT -6
Fallenfire didnt wake up in the most pleasant way this morning. She was still getting used to the crowded warriors den, and just leaving her damn den sometimes felt like a maze. She contemplated for a moment waking up her sleeping friend for a moment, but Blazingstorm was even worse of a morning bird than she was, so she decided to let him slumber in peace.
On the way out, instead of being congratulated by the warm sun rays and her bright and beaming clanmates faces, she was instead welcomed by a blur of brown and black, followed by the ground beneath her feet. Now that was a wake up call. "Damn, watch it!" Fallenfire sputtered out as she spit the dirt from her mouth. As she recovered herself off the ground, her gaze found Eaglefang, a warrior she was honestly quite unfamiliar with.
Although never personally interacting with the warrior, it wasn't a secret he had quite the reputation for being a cat not to mess with. Even as apprentices they were all under the impression that Eaglefang was off limits. Fallenfire narrowed her eyes, being reminded of a certain someone. But if she could befriend the grumpiest cat in her age group, what's stopping her now? Who could be worse than Blazingstorm?
Well, that's that. Eaglefang was now declared her next challenge. Even if she had to win a fight against him like she had to do with Blazingstorm. "Hey, you." Fallenfire piped up, a friendly fire in her eyes as she rounded up on the bengal tom. "What's your deal? Why are you always alone?" As much as she seemed like she was trying to start a fight, the white warrior's brash 'friendliness' was just her only way of making friends. She was never the type to be the first to converse, and her friends now were always them coming up to her. Small talk for some reason always got her in trouble, and maybe it was because she was bad at it. Fallenfire always was too good at offending cats.