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Chloe | 248 comments Mod
Wooded with pine trees and little undergrowth.


VivelaFrance24601 Lilypetal raced off to the east territory, wantibg to see if her apprentice could keep up. She ran at full-pelt, barely avoiding trees and undergrowth.


вℓυєвℓσѕѕσм | ℭґїмṧøη | 332 comments Mod
Bramblepaw raced after her, but tripped over A long and landed face first. "Ooff!" She cryed, Muffled by the dirt in her mouth.


VivelaFrance24601 Lilypetal stifled a laugh and appeared genuinly concerned for Bramblepaw. "Are you okay?" she asked.


вℓυєвℓσѕѕσм | ℭґїмṧøη | 332 comments Mod
The Apprentice jumped up, and spat. "Uukk!" She moand. "I'm going to have the tast of dirt in my mouth for moons!." She carryed on maoning.


VivelaFrance24601 "Well," Lilypetal laughed, "now that that's over with, what can you scent?


вℓυєвℓσѕѕσм | ℭґїмṧøη | 332 comments Mod
"Mud." She complaned "Thats all I can smell." Then she stoped, "But I hear something..." She whispered.


VivelaFrance24601 Lilypetal pricked her ears, trying to sense what Bramblepaw was hearing. "What do you hear," she whispered back.


вℓυєвℓσѕѕσм | ℭґїмṧøη | 332 comments Mod
"Tiny, something small moving the leaves." She whispered back, crawlying to the sound.


VivelaFrance24601 Lilypetal sat back, downwind, and watched her apprentice stalk. Her ear twitched slightly at the scent of a mouse not far off, but she remained in her place, watching Bramblepaw.


вℓυєвℓσѕѕσм | ℭґїмṧøη | 332 comments Mod
Bramblepaw walked, almost like she clouldnt see, she only used her hearing to find this mouse, but the movment in the leaves grew louder as she saw a tiny tail stick up from the leaves, the a little mouse head.


VivelaFrance24601 Lilypetal's eyes narrowed as she watched her apprentice, keeping track of her movements and evaluating her tracking skills. She felt great pride that she has taught Bramblepaw so well.


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