probably gonna scrap the idea that the apprentices (or queens or whichever group) would reside in an abandoned coyote nest. They’d be constantly having to ward off coyotes and other animals who would otherwise try to take residence inside, and it would probably be much more of a hassle than it’d be worth. The only compromise I can think of would be if the whole clan lived in a nest that had been expanded upon, but I don’t think that cats are exactly big on excavating, soooooo yeah. I’ll have to think on that a bit more.
hey, sorry for not updating in a while. taking a short break to focus on school/midterm stuff, and just to keep myself from burning out in general.
eh yeah sure i’ll post the sample writing stuff, why not
just know it’s incredibly unpolished, this is the first time i’ve actually tried writing stuff in like four years don’t judge me too harshly ;-;
The cats are also actually nocturnal here, so that’ll be reflected in when patrols leave and how they hunt, though I don’t have all the details yet.
*temporarily using a character generator before I get a hold of my tablet. Character generator found here.
Pebblekit is around five moons at the start of the story. She’s around the same age as Maplekit and Fogkit, and the three have grown up very close to one another. She loves to watch the stars, and once she could leave the den she spent a lot of time outside, watching the warriors go about their duty and staring at the sky. Her black coat makes it easier for her to hunt, and she’s above average at it as a result. As nice as she is, she gets anxious easily, and is happy keeping to herself. Her short whiskers make it harder for her to navigate at night. Pebblekit is a hopeful youngun, looking forward to becoming a warrior with her friends. Needless to say, things don’t go as planned.
Just for kicks, she has a theme song, Bottom of the River by Delta Rae. I thought about her character arc while listening to this, so it should give you an idea of what she’ll be like.