Tawnypelt |Riverclan| Sept 18, 2011 8:56:14 GMT -6
Post by Shizuka on Sept 18, 2011 8:56:14 GMT -6
PICTURE GOES ABOVE
I run and run a thousand miles
and I am barely breathing
only the fuel of a passioned heart
keeps this body strong
and moving forward
But could it be I've found a place to rest
how far until I'm okay
trees of the town reveal
the time has come
once again to shift our shade and colours
The world always changes around us
but weakness will always remain
through all the pain, believe in
who we are right here and now
Raise one hand to the sky
raise them both, lift them high
and you'll cut though the darkness
make it go!
The time to start is now
and I can show you how
start with me and the world will be
even bigger than ever before.
good men must die, but death cannot kill their names.
Reason behind name: His pelt is all brownish
Age: 20 moons
Appearance: Build: Strong, athletic
Fur Length: Short
Other: Twin cat with Bramblepelt
Description: Bramblepelt is an identical twin with his brother Tawnypelt. The two brothers look exactly alike. They both smell alike, meow the same, and are the same strength.
Short Description: A rusty brown tom with pale yellow eyes.--PERSONALITY--
we continue to shape our personality all our life. If we knew ourselves perfectly, we should die.
Strengths: Fighting pairs with his brother
Weaknesses: Fighting alone from his brother
Description: Bramblepelt loves his dear twin brother Tawnypelt. They both care deeply for each other, and protect each other. They both love to be together, patrol together, and hunt together. The twins almost are never apart. When they fight together as a pair, they make a deadly team, with amazing teamwork. They think alike, both love the same things, and both hate the same things. Sometimes they think so alike that they commonly say the same things as the other, and find themselves both talking to one other cat. But these twin brothers are actually shy, and it is hard for them to open up to others except themselves. They sleep together, groom each other...They are quite an example of brotherly love...They also tend to say dramatic things to each other, but they truly mean what they say.
Individual differences: He is a bit less aggressive, and he tends to not let things offend him as much. Also, compared to Bramblepelt, he is much more mature and considerate to the thoughts of others.
Both Bramblepelt and Tawnypelt are mischievous and playful, but Tawnypelt is the calmer one. He is also kind, understanding and often more mature despite being the younger brother. When separated from Bramblepelt he is easy-going and a nice person to be with, becoming even serious and selfless contrasting his usually playful attitude. Tawnypelt has some idea of how to interact with cats besides his brother; they both spent so long shutting out the rest of the world before they became warriors, but he learned rather fast to be with other cats and respect others' decisions.
Ambition: To always be there for his brother
- Being separated from his brother
- Losing his brother
- His brother
- being with his brother
- doing things with his brother
- Playing pranks on his Clan-mates
- Being separated from his brother
- Those who try to separate his brother from himself
- Cats that favor one brother over the other
- Selfish she-cats
Attitude towards strangers: Strong and vicious as long as he's with his brother. Vulnerable alone.
Attitude towards Clanmates/familiar cats: Playful, friendly
Three words describing cat overall: Identical twin prankster
experience is simply the name we give our mistakes.
Secrets: He doesn't know it himself(only his mother knew) but Bramblepelt actually came just a few seconds before him
Family:Father: A tom abyssinian
Mother: a she-cat abyssinian
History: Bramblepelt and Tawnypelt were raised together with their mother. They always played with themselves, but never played with the others when they were kits. They usually were snobbish to others when they tried to talk to them, since they were shy and only opened up to each other. Even their mother could hardly tell them apart. They often ran off alone together as kits, and sometimes, as apprentices, they would switch mentors, and the mentors would never guess, since they told each other what they learned too. They became warriors together also. But nothing can keep them apart.