Rainpaw strolled out of the apprentice den. She was feeling quite energetic. She looked around at the cats around her. She wanted to ask someone to take her out of camp so she could explore the territory a little more. She wondered if there was something she could do. She looked out from the camp entrance at the scenery surrounding her, thinking about life in the Clan. She hadn't talked much to the other cats, and she felt like an outsider. She wanted a friend to talk to. She put her thoughts aside and just looked around at the territory. She began to grow restless. She strolled out of the camp, looking all around her.
Poisonthorn stretched out his claws as he waked out of the warrior den, going through the camp to make sure everything looked alright. He half expected the entirety of EastClan to show up at any moment with an army to wipe them out, and get revenge for what they'd done to their Clan and their leader. It haunted him in his dreams every night, he was certain that if he died he would go to the Place of No Stars for his part in it. That made him shudder.
He saw an apprentice nearby and approached, hoping to distract himself from doom and gloom. "Hello Rainpaw," he meowed. "You look restless, is something the matter?"
"Oh, hello, Poisonthorn," Rainpaw mewed quietly. "I was just going to look around the territory. It looks like a wonderful day, and I just wanted to get out of camp." She quietly shuffled her paws, and looked up at the warrior. "Would you like to take a walk with me?"
Poisonthorn dipped his head to the apprentice. "I'd love to go out with you, Rainpaw. Maybe we can see if we can catch anything for the Clan while we're out," he meowed. The dark colored warrior's dark fur fluttered through the wind. He stepped towards the edge of the camp, and made sure that the apprentice was following him. He didn't want to take her far away, but he knew of some nearby places where prey lurked.
He walked towards some of the crumbling rocks just a ways away from the camp and gestured over with his tail. "Smells like there may be some voles around here," he meowed.