Yep. Stuck. This dead end is a freakin' cement wall.

Ok, I'm done with similes and metaphors. To the business: I have a GREAT idea for a new series, but I've hit a dead end.

So this series kind-of occurs after The Last Hope and since the Hunters' have clearly explained that they aren't continuing from there anymore, I dunno about the allegiences of the Clans after the war. (Sorry. I should have put a spoiler alert on earlier. Here it is now.)

So...a lot of cats died. Should I assume this or that ThunderClan was just hit hardest? I don't want to kill a cat from say, RiverClan, that everyone adores and comment: "HEY! I loved ______ that's not fair!"

Yeah, yeah I shouldn't listen to that crap but it'll hurt my feelings and ruin the story. :(

So my question for you writing masters (Not Pokemon!) should I kill off a few or what?

Thanks for advice on killing cats. Greatly appreciated. *Thumbs up*

--I eat pickles :P 23:18, April 26, 2012 (UTC)

Edit: I'm going to go ahead and kill some felines. Maybe a few favorites...? I dunno, I just want to write the entire story down in a notebook first so nobody can steal my half-finished idea. :) It happens.

The story-- Second Chances: Gorsepaw

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