|Firestar and his family are some of the noblest cats in the forest and will be remembered it.|
EOTW: Code of the Forest: Chapter TwelveWarriors Series 5.5: Echoes of the War
Book 5: Code of the Forest
“Cats of all Clans, this Gathering has begun!”
Blazeheart stared up at Mistystar, who stood atop the overturned block. Over a moon had passed since Silentstorm and her friends had met with Night. The Gathering had come again, and it wasn't just Clan cats gathered tonight. The city cats who had allied with the Clans were sitting among the crowd, listening to the report. Even more surprising, Rizzo was sitting at the front with the other leaders. After some argument, the leaders had come to the agreement that the city cats saw Rizzo as enough of a leader that she could stand with the other leaders. She had also been assessing the progress of the city cats the last few days, and would make her report on their progress.
Mistystar began the announcements. “Scalepaw and Steampaw passed their warrior assessments three days ago, and have
Hello everyone my name is Carley. I'm a quick-thinking regional news reporter from Atlanta. A skilled shooter, I serve as one of the main defenders of my group. I play a active role in group discussion and I'm not afraid to speak my mind. Having spent my time in war-zones as a correspondent, I acquired basic knowledge of firearms and survival tactics that allows me to hold out during the outbreak. My excellent gun handling is often remarked by Kenny to be a "dead eye accuracy". Like the rest of the group, I care about their welfare. Although unlike Lilly or Larry I think they have no "humanity", I'm interested in saving every survivor that my group comes across. In fact, I was one of the earlier members in the group to know about Lee's past and goes out to warn him about it, stating that his past better not be detrimental to the group. I'm, however, a respectful and thoughtful individual as well. When Lee chooses to admit his past to me, I reassure him that I'll keep it to myself, although later on I urge Lee to reveal his past to the group. During Lee's showdown with Andrew in the farm, punching Andrew long enough triggered me to stop him from inflicting any further injuries, saying that he'd "had enough". I have displayed immense loyalty to Lee and later on towards Ben. We both think Lee should be the group's leader although interacting with me triggered the topic about his past. My strong relationship with Ben later lead me to defend my fellow friend when he was accused of being the traitor in the group by Lilly. Due to my active participation, I was blunt about my opinions and wasn't afraid of defending my comrades if threatened. When I reprimand Lilly's paranoid accusations towards Ben and said they are a cover for her fear. However, it was due to this very trait which unfortunately earned me my her own untimely demise under the hands of Lilly. Ironically, the very person whom I defended was the cause of my death after it was revealed that he was the traitor. Before my untimely death, My relationship with Lee developed to the point where I showed interest in him. Lee chose to reciprocate my feelings as I gave Lee a kiss on the cheek. My death continued to affect Lee, Ben and, to a minimal extent, the rest of the group.
Hair: Dark Brown
Age: Late 20's (27-29)
Occupation: WABE Atlanta News Reporter (Pre-Apocalypse)
Status: Alive (Dead in the Game)
-Lee: Me and Lee started a good relationship from the very first meeting, where me and Glenn saved Lee, Clementine, Kenny, Katjaa, and Duck from a pack of walkers, much to the disdain of Larry and Lilly. Later on, I save Lee's life again when I shoot the walker in the drug store. When I reveal I know Lee's secret. Either way, I'll be rather supportive of his actions.
-Clementine: Me and Clementine had a close friendship. I was nice and caring to Clementine, as shown when I risked myself to save Clementine and the others when they were surrounded by walkers. In the pharmacy, I defended her and the others from Lilly and Larry, stating that I couldn't bring myself to leave her out there for the walkers. I worry for Clementine, as Lee, a murderer before the apocalypse, is taking care of her. I trust Lee in taking care of Clementine, and tell Lee not to make her wrong on it. I take care of Clementine and Duck, and look after them when they were drawing. I give Clementine batteries for her walkie-talkie. After I was shot by Lilly, Clementine, having witnessed my murder, will become distraught and sink into a temporary depressed state. When Lee told Clementine that Duck was bitten, Clementine asks whether I will come back as a walker.
-Kenny: Me and Kenny had a passive relationship. We first met each other in the pharmacy when I and Glenn saved Kenny's group. In the pharmacy, I defended him and the others from Lilly and Larry's arguments to kick them out, stating that I couldn't bring myself to leave him out there for the walkers. I obey and respect Kenny's decisions, and obey him when Kenny told me to rest up, since I was a good shot and he wanted her to stay that way. I suggested to Lee that he should think about feeding Kenny and his family so they'll remember his actions if they ever leave the motor inn. Kenny was grateful towards me, who saved his son, Duck, from Andrew St. John. Kenny tells me to can it, after I sarcastically confronted him and Lilly about the arguing. Kenny seemed to be quite enraged and shocked over my death and was the one who suggested they leave Lilly behind in revenge for what she had done to me, though it's just as likely that this was due to tensions between Kenny and Lilly as any attachment Kenny had to me.
-Katjaa: Katjaa and I have a slow but developing friendship with each other. We first met each other in the pharmacy when me and Glenn saved Katjaa's group. In the pharmacy, I defended her and the others from Lilly and Larry's arguments to kick them out, stating that I couldn't bring myself to leave her out there for the walkers. While Katjaa was tending to David, I helped to babysit Clementine and Duck, a task which was normally done by Katjaa. Katjaa was grateful to me for doing so. After escaping the dairy farm, Katjaa hands me the camcorder Lee found at the bandit camp and asked me to hand it to Lee, showing that she trusted me. Katjaa was grateful towards me, when I saved Katjaa's son, Duck, from Andrew St. John. When I died, Katjaa was mournful and expressed sorrow over my death.
-Duck: Me and Duck have a slow but developing friendship with each other. We first met each other in the pharmacy when me and Glenn saved Duck's group. In the pharmacy, I defended him and the others from Lilly and Larry's arguments to kick them out, stating that I couldn't bring myself to leave him out there for the walkers I took care of Clementine and Duck, and looked after them when they were drawing. Duck was grateful towards me, when I saved him from Andrew St. John. How my death affects Duck remains unknown, as Duck was bitten and was too sick to say anything about me.
-Doug: Doug and I had a friendly relationship for the short time we knew each other. Doug had saved my life, and I viewed him as a hero. Doug and me had feelings for and took an interest to each other. I was deeply saddened by Doug's death, and wished Lee should have saved him over me.
-Mark: Me and Mark had been friends or at least neutral to one another. When I was about to head back to the motor inn to round up the rest of the group, Mark gave me his rifle to protect myself. I was shocked to later find out what happened to Mark at the St. John Dairy.
-Glenn: Glenn and I become friends for the short time we knew each other. Glenn and I worked and bonded with each other to get into the pharmacy for safety alongside Lilly, Doug and Larry. We have a stable relationship, due to my eagerness to go rescue Glenn from the Motel after learning he was trapped. I was concerned for Glenn, who was depressed, when we realize the girl had already been bitten.
-Ben: I told Lee I thought he made the right decision bringing Ben and his group back to the Motor Inn. I trusted Ben, as I brought him back with me to the motor inn and trusted him to help me guard it while everyone was gone. Lee told Ben his secret, I doubt Ben was able to understand the information that was given to him. After the bandit attack, Lilly begins to question both me and Ben, accusing us of giving supplies to the Save-Lots Bandits. We defend one another, showing we had become friends. I aggressively defend Ben against Lilly's accusations and after I was shot by Lilly, Ben was shocked and extremely guilt-ridden, as he was the one truly giving the bandits supplies. The guilt over my death, along with Katjaa's and Duck's, makes Ben reveal to Lee that he was the one who gave the bandits supplies.
-Lilly: Mine and Lilly's relationship is not well explored though like the rest of the group, I disliked Lilly and her father, Larry. However, I was thoroughly sick of Lilly's paranoid behavior. When I was accused of taking supplies and giving them to the Save-Lots Bandits by Lilly, along with Ben, I will aggressively defend myelf and Ben. When the group was distracted by Kenny, Lilly pulls out her gun and shoots me in the face, shocking the rest of the group.
-Larry: Along with most of the group, I showed a strong dislike for Larry. After I shot a walker attacking Lee, the gunshot attracted walkers to the pharmacy. Larry scolded me for nearly killing them all after the walkers leave. I suggests that Lee give Larry food just to get in good with Lilly, and said that Larry is a " real dick". Upon receiving news of Larry's death, I was shocked.