Night Whispers (Turtleback School & Library Binding Edition) (Warriors: Omen of the Stars)
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FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. The ties that bind the Clans are slowly breaking in the face of the greatest threat that the warriors have ever known. As leaf-bare closes its grip upon the territories, Jayfeather, Lionblaze, and Dovepaw realize just how close the battle is, and how far they are from being able to succeed. And before the prey can run again, one more cat will be lost to the fight.
would not have been fought if not for them.” Yellowfang shuddered. “I should have known the Clans would suffer the moment I saw Brokenstar in the Dark Forest.” Sagewhisker jerked her head toward her former apprentice. “And whose fault is it that he is there? Or that he was ever born at all?” Her eyes glittered. “You broke the warrior code and kitted him. What did you expect?” Yellowfang flinched. “Blaming each other won’t help.” Bluestar brushed past Yellowfang, drawing her tail over the old
hurt us much worse if they attack the Clans we left behind.” “Is there no other way to defeat them?” Oakheart fixed his questioning gaze on Bluestar. She froze for a moment as though she were scanning his thoughts. Then she blinked. “Tigerstar has only ever understood violence.” Oakheart looked away. “That’s all any Dark Forest cat understands,” Bluestar pressed. “If we try to reason with them, they will see it as weakness.” Sagewhisker snorted. “Just as long as no one’s blaming ShadowClan
likely to believe you came across it by accident.” Cinderheart rolled onto her back, ears twitching as though she was dreaming. The gray fur of her belly looked downy and warm. Lionblaze felt a sudden pang of guilt. She had no idea about his special powers. He hadn’t told her about the prophecy. Now that they’d grown so close, it seemed like lying to keep it from her. But how could he tell her? Their love felt strong, but could it survive the truth? Lionblaze pushed away the worry and breathed
he growled. “He’s been coming later and later every night. Is he sick?” “I can ask at the next Gathering,” Ivypaw offered. Her ear twitched. “I’ll track him down.” Tigerstar’s tone made Ivypaw shiver. Was Tigerheart in trouble for staying away? Hawkfrost cleared his throat. “Time to leave.” Far away through the trees, beyond the edge of the Dark Forest, the sky was lightening. Ivypaw stifled a yawn as she turned and headed away from the river. “See you tomorrow,” Hollowpaw whispered before
try to do that is up to them and, in great measure, the results depend on you, the Narrator. The players’ cats can try any tactic they can imagine—using the Hiss or Arch Skills, charging at the raccoon as if they plan to attack and then backing away, finding some fresh-kill to offer in order to distract it, etc. It is up to you to decide how to use the game to resolve their actions. The raccoon has a Strength score of 10, an Intelligence of 4, and a Spirit of 6, and it has Ability chips to spend