I'm back on! For awhile the computer wasn't working in my house so that's why I wasn't on for a long time.
Generation: 4 (Diamond/Pearl/Platinum)
Game: Alpha Sapphire
Gym leader: Korrina
Starting Character: Dawn
Rival: (This is hard. I'll list my favorites (favorites is plural)) Brendan, Barry, Bianca, Shauna, Gladion (is he considered a rival?)
Evil team: Team Flare (they're funny)/Team Skull (now that I think of it, they're also funny)
Evil boss: Archie/Cyrus/Lusamine (though she isn't technically evil, she's still cool)
My least favorite:
Pokemon: Mr. MIme (but Cosmog/Cosmoem really annoy me)
Generation: 2 (Johto) (the Pokemon weren't my favorite)
Region: Unova (it was kind of boring and circle. Hey, at least Kalos had mountains)
Gym Leader: Wallace
Starting Character: Leaf
Evil team: Team Magma
Evil boss: (I'm sorry) Giovanni
This is a section from my book that I'm writing about Warrior cats:
“Isn’t it a bit cruel to throw a kit out of the clan!?” Larkwing exploded.
“You’re just saying that because he’s your kit!” Harestar retorted.
“All the same, he’s a kit, Harestar; you really can’t throw a kit out.” Jayclaw said, budding into the argument.
“And you were just recently made a warrior!” Harestar exclaimed.
“And you were just recently made a leader.” Jayclaw snapped back.
“Are you questioning my leadership?”
“Yes, I actually am. Poor Clawclaw over there has a stupid name! I know you ‘would not let a clan die’, but leadership isn’t funny, Harestar, and you need to learn that.”
Harestar stepped back, shocked. “Okay, okay,” he said, “It’s just that I see Reedkit going out of camp to do who knows what.”
“That’s all?” Larkwing asked irritably.
“That is against the rules, but it’s not enough to throw somecat out, especially if that cat is a kit.” Jayclaw explained.
“Hey, aren’t you from RiverClan? What are you doing here, Jayclaw?” Harestar asked.
“Larkwing told me to come here and tell you not to throw out her kit.”
“Ohhhhhhhhhh, I get it now. Thanks, Jayclaw.”
“Back to the original subject,” Larkwing said through clenched teeth, “I agree that we should punish him, but we shouldn’t throw him out! I’ll ask Reedkit what he’s been doing and then we’ll decide what to do with him.” Larkwing strode over to the entrance of the nursery. “Reedkit!” She called.
“Yes?” asked Reedkit from inside.
“Come out here please. Harestar and I want to talk to you.”
“Busted,” called Shinykit as Reedkit made his way to his mother. “Just quit it, Shinykit, everyone knows you’re a tattletale already,” Reedkit called back over his shoulder. Shinykit was angered at this and trotted out of the nursery toward Larkwing and Harestar.
“What are you doing?” Reedkit whispered to his sister.
“Telling on you,” Shinykit said with a shrug, “Why shouldn’t I?” With this, she trotted ahead of him.
“Oh, hello, Shinykit,” Larkwing said, “I didn’t call you out here.”
“Sooooooooo… Do you want to know what Reedkit’s been doing?” Shinykit batted her eyes.
“Um, sure, but I thought Reedkit would tell me inst-”
“So, Reedkit’s been going out of WindClan camp at night because he always wanted to hunt and he’s been hunting and he actually caught a mouse, but not on WindClan territory, on RiverClan territory, and-”
With this, Jayclaw shouted “What?”
“-he came back with it and I made him tell and now I’m telling you. Please throw him out, please, please, please!”
“What!?” Harestar exploded, “This is worse than I thought! Larkwing, Jayclaw, let’s take a vote.”
“But I’m not even part of your cl-” Jayclaw started.
“I don’t care! Will Reedkit be thrown out of the clan?” Harestar finished.
“All in favor of banishing Reedkit, say ‘aye’,” Shinykit said.
“I’m sorry Reedkit… aye…”
“I- I’m not even part of…”
“He said aye!”
“No, ‘I’ and ‘aye’ are homophones!”
“He said it again!”
“So, I’m sorry, Reedkit, but you will have to be thrown out of the clan,” Harestar explained, “But, you will have to have a grown cat with you, since you are a kit… who has been violating the rules lately? Slightfoot?”
“You’re out of the clan, get a move on, take Reedkit, bye.”
“WHAT!?” Slightfoot yelled.
“Exactly.” Harestar replied.
“Seriously? I violated one rule!”
“A rule all the same, bye.”
“Come on, Reedkit, no one wants us here...” Slightfoot said as he trudged out of the WindClan camp. Reedkit followed, not wanting to go, but wanting to be away from his sister. That was the one perk of leaving the camp for good. That and the fact that he had Slightfoot with him.
After a while of walking, Reedkit could tell he and Slightfoot would never be able to find their way back to the WindClan camp even if they tried. It was useless. He wished he had never caught that mouse. Then he could still be in camp, and Slightfoot could too.
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