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The Ultimate, Ultimate, ULTIMATE Medicine Cat Guide

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The Ultimate, Ultimate, ULTIMATE Medicine Cat Guide

Post by Ivyshade-Admin on Sun Apr 28, 2013 9:46 am

The Medicine Cat Guide

Medicines and their Uses

Acai Berry: Increases overall health and energy
How to use: Eat

Alder: Reduces swelling and eases toothache
How to use: Apply as a poultice to reduce swelling, chew to reduce toothache

Alfalfa: Prevents tooth decay
How to use: Eat

Aloe Vera: Eases burns and skin maladies
How to use: Apply as a poultice

Ash Tree: Eases snakebites
How to use: Eat

Aspen Tree Bark: Relieves stress
How to use: Eat

Bindweed: Helps fix poultices in place
How to use: Press on over poultice

Birch Mushroom: Increases general health and mobility, particularly in elders
How to use: Eat

Blackberry Leaves: Eases bee stings
How to use: Apply as a poultice

Black Caraway: Given to elders to increase their overall health and mobility
How to use: Eat

Borage: Eases fevers and increases nursing queens’ supply of milk
How to use: Eat

Bramble Twigs: Induces sleep
How to use: Chew to a fine syrup

Broom: Helps heal broken bones
How to use: Apply as a poultice

Burdock Root: Eases infection, particularly in rat bites
How to use: Apply as poultice

Burnet: Strengthening herb
How to use: Eat

Catmint (catnip): Best cure for greencough
How to use: Eat

Cat’s Claw: Cures stomachache
How to use: Eat

Celandine: Eases eye injuries
How to use: Trickle juice of leaf into eye

Chamomile: Strengthening herb
How to use: Eat

Chervil: Root cures infection, leaves ease bellyache
How to use: To cure infection, apply as a poultice, eat to cure bellyache

Chickweed: Cures coughs
How to use: Eat

Cinquefoil: Eases inflammation
How to use: Apply as a poultice

Clove: Eases toothache
How to use: Chew on leaves

Cob Nuts: Soothes inflammation and swelling
How to use: Crush into an ointment

Cobwebs: Staunches bleeding
How to use: Gather up wad of cobweb and press it onto a wound to soak up the blood

Coltsfoot: Cures coughs and shortness of breath
How to use: Eat

Columbine: Eases swelling and inflammation
How to use: Apply as a poultice

Comfrey: Heals sprains, strains, and broken bones
How to use: Wrap around injury

Culver Root: Helps cure fever and chills
How to use: Eat

Daisy: Eases stiff joints and acts as a strengthening herb
How to use: Apply as a poultice for stiff joints, eat to give strength

Dandelion: Calms anxiety
How to use: Eat

Devil’s Claw: Eases stiff joints
How to use: Apply as a poultice

Dock: Soothes soreness
How to use: Apply as a poultice

Echinacea: Eases infection
How to use: Apply as a poultice

Elder Leaves: Eases sprains and strains
How to use: Apply as a poultice

Fennel: Eases stiff joints
How to use: Ingest juice from inside the stem

Feverfew: Heals fever and coughs
How to use: Eat

Frankincense: Induces sleep
How to use: Eat or breathe in smell

Garlic: Prevents infection
How to use: Roll in a patch of it

Ginger: Calms down grieving cats
How to use: Eat

Goldenrod: Cures infection
How to use: Apply as a poultice

Goose Grass: Helps seal wounds
How to use: Press on over wound

Gumweed: Heals wounds quicker
How to use: Apply as a poultice

Hawthorn Berries: Treats belly cramps and indigestion
How to use: Eat

Heather: Makes herbs easier to swallow
How to use: Add to poultice

Hedgehog Buds: Clears nose and throat
How to use: Eat

Honey: Soothes throat and makes poultices taste better
How to use: Eat or add to poultice

Honeysuckle: Cures indigestion
How to use: Eat

Hornbeam: Calms anxiety and helps with depression
How to use: Eat

Horsetail: Eases infection
How to use: Apply as a poultice

Iris Petals: Soothes sore throat
How to use: Eat

Ivy: Eases coughs
How to use: Eat

Juniper Berries: Ease shortness of breath and cure bellyache
How to use: Eat

Lamb’s Ear: Strengthening herb
How to use: Eat

Lavender: Cures headaches and calms anxiety
How to use: Eat to cure headaches, inhale scent to calm

Lettuce: Prevents infection and soothes sore pads
How to use: Apply as a poultice

Lotus: Gives a cat an extra burst of energy to keep them awake
How to use: Eat

Lovage: Cures bellyaches
How to use: Eat

Mallow: Eases infection
How to use: Apply as a poultice

Marigold: Prevents infection
How to use: Apply as a poultice

Milkweed: Soothes sores and burns
How to use: Apply juice from crushed leaves

Mouse Bile: Kills ticks/fleas
How to use: Dip moss in the bile and dab it into ticks/fleas

Nettle: Eases swelling
How to use: Apply as a poultice

Nutmeg: Relieves stress
How to use: Eat

Oak Tree: Leaves prevent infection, while the bark clears up throat
How to use: Apply as a poultice to cure infection, swallow to clear throat

Parsley: Stops a nursing queen’s flow of milk
How to use: Eat

Passion Flower: Calms anxiety
How to use: Eat

Pawpaw: Eases kitten-cough
How to use: Eat

Pennyroyal: Eases headaches
How to use: Eat

Poplar Buds: Reduces inflammation
How to use: Apply as a poultice

Poppy: Poppy seeds induce sleep, while the poppy head relieves coughs
How to use: Eat

Primrose: Induces sleep
How to use: Eat

Ragwort: Eases aching joints, also acts as a strengthening herb
How to use: Apply as a poultice for aching joints, eat to give strength

Rosemary: Heals eye ailments and injuries near the eyes
How to use: Apply as a poultice

Rosinweed: Helps poison flow faster out of a cat’s system
How to use: Eat

Rushes: Holds a broken leg in place
How to use: Tie around broken limb

Sage Root: Heals cracked pads
How to use: Apply as a poultice

Skullcap: Provides an extra burst of energy
How to use: Eat

Snakeroot: Counters poison
How to use: Eat

Sorrel: Strengthening herb
How to use: Eat

Tansy: Cures coughs
How to use: Eat

Thyme: Calms frayed nerves and anxiety
How to use: Eat

Tormentil: Counters the effects of poison
How to use: Eat

Valerian: Induces sleep
How to use: Eat

Vervain: Cures shortness of breath
How to use: Eat

Watermint: Eases bellyaches
How to use: Eat

Willow: Willow leaves ease vomiting, bark cures fever, and the juice from crushed bark clears up blurry vision
How to use: Eat to cure vomiting and fever, drip juice into eyes to clear vision

Wintergreen: Helps cycle poison out of a cat’s system
How to use: Eat

Witch Hazel: Energizer
How to use: Eat

Wormwood: Relieves toothache
How to use: Chew on leaves

Yarrow: Causes vomiting to get rid of poison. Also soothes dry skin.
How to use: Eat to bring up poison, apply as a poultice to sooth dry skin

Poisonous Plants

Deathberries: Causes near-instant death when not expelled quick enough.
How to use: Eat

Foxglove Seeds: Sometimes used to treat heart problems, but a lot of the time they can cause heart failure and death.
How to use: Eat

Water Hemlock: Causes writhing and foaming at the mouth. May be deadly if not expelled fast enough.
How to use: Eat


Non-Herbal Techniques and Treatments

1. Gently nipping a cat's spine or poking the cat with a claw tests to see if the backbone is broken. If the cat cannot feel the nip or poke, then the spine is broken.

2. Licking a cat’s fur helps to calm them down if they are in a state of mental shock, and to warm up cats that have become very cold. To do this, lick their fur the wrong way to warm them faster.

3. A good way to bring water to sick cats is to soak moss in water and let the sick cats lick the moss. Wet moss can also be used to cool down cats with fever.

4. Rosemary and mint can be used to disguise the scent of death before a burial.

5. Using nectar, honey, and mouse blood to make a mixture of herbs taste better is a great way to get kits to swallow them.

6. Swelling and calluses can be soothed with cold water.

7. If a cat has injured a limb or muscle, gentle exercises can be given to gradually strengthen the cat. These exercises can be things like stretching out, rearing up on the hind legs, playing catch with a ball of moss, or flexing the injured limb.

8. If a cat turns up with a thorn in their paw, lick the area around the thorn to loosen it, then grasp with teeth and pull. Disinfect the wound and wrap with cobwebs afterwards.

9. If a cat has a dislocated limb, have them lay down on the ground. Grab the limb with the teeth while holding the cat with paws, and then pull hard. There should be a click as the leg gets back into place. Afterwards, let the cat rest and recover, and give them pain relievers.

10. When a queen is giving birth, give the queen a short stick to bite down on when she feels pain.

11. If there is nothing else available, wounds can be packed with ferns or snow.

12. To get sand or seeds out of a cat’s eye, gently hold the eyelids up with one paw. With the other, clean out the eye with a clump of damp moss. Have the cat blink and rub their eyes repeatedly to dislodge any already loosened debris.

Proper Herb Care

1. If any herbs happen to get wet, leave them to dry in the sun. When gathering new herbs, they are best picked after sunhigh because the dew will have burned off and they won’t rot in the herb store.

2. If any herbs begin to run out, gather new ones just in case, even if you think you won’t need the particular herb.

3. When picking herbs from a central plant, leave enough herbs remaining on the plant to grow for the next year.

4. Throw out old or musty herbs that have lost their healing qualities.

5. Do not step on, crush, or otherwise injure the herbs.

6. Some herbs are best used soaked, but when soaking, you should be careful not to let the herbs sit in the water for too long, or they’ll fall apart.

Useful Medicine Cat-Related Terms

Whitecough - Chest infection, causes mild coughing
Greencough - Chest infection, causes severe coughing
Blackcough - Chest infection, causes extremely critical coughing and inflammation, can be deadly
Poultice - An herb or a few herbs mashed up into a thick, ointment-like texture, either applied on the skin or ingested
Burned off - When the dew has burned off of a plant’s leaves, that means it has evaporated and the herb is ready to be harvested

Common Ailments and How to Treat Them

Bellyache
Causes: Eating rotten food, eating too much food, indigestion
Symptoms: Pain, soreness, cramps
Treatment: Watermint, chervil, juniper, hawthorn berries, lovage, honeysuckle, cat’s claw
Additional Information: Bellyaches and cramps are very common and normally easy to treat. In some cases, you won’t even need herbs to cure it, just a long rest and a drink of fresh water. Watermint is the best cure for bellyaches.

Fever
Causes: Falling into a lake/stream, fighting off other sickness
Symptoms: High temperature, dizziness, nausea
Treatment: Borage, Culver’s root, feverfew, willow
Additional Information: Left unattended, fevers can grow nasty, especially in kits and elders. Feverfew is the best cure.

Vomiting

Causes: Eating too much, eating rotting food, eating poisonous things
Symptoms: Bellyache, fever
Treatment: Willow
Additional Information: To induce vomiting to get rid of poison, use yarrow. After vomiting, do not eat or drink anything but water for the next couple hours.

Sprains, Strains, and Broken Bones

Causes: Tripping, running hard, getting hit by a falling rock/tree branch, getting hit on the Thunderpath
Symptoms: Limping, severe leg pain
Treatment: Comfrey, rushes, elder leaves, broom
Additional Information: Recovery time and exercises is needed to fully heal after a broken bone. The same goes for sprains and strains, but they are less severe.

Journey Preparation

Causes: N/A
Symptoms: N/A
Treatment: Burnet, chamomile, daisy, sorrel
Additional Information: Strengthening herbs are often used when leaving on a long trip or doing strenuous activities.

Coughing

Causes: cold weather, fever, infection from other cats
Symptoms: Coughing, sore throat and nose, inflammation, fever
Treatment: Catmint, tansy, chickweed, coltsfoot, feverfew, ivy, poppy head, pawpaw, hedgehog buds, vervain
Additional Information: Catmint is the best cure for greencough, which can evolve into whitecough and blackcough. Be careful to keep any infected cats away from others, as coughs can spread easily around a Clan’s camp.

Stiff Joints

Causes: Cold weather, age, immobile condition
Symptoms: Limping, walking slowly, joint pain
Treatment: Daisy, fennel, ragwort, devil’s claw
Additional Information: Elders are usually inflicted with stiff joints during the winter, and a badly injured warrior that has been lying in the medicine den for a while may stiffen up.

Headaches

Causes: Sharp smells, exhaustion, loud noises
Symptoms: Dizziness, pain, irritable attitude
Treatment: Lavender, pennyroyal
Additional Information: Herbs are rarely needed to treat headaches; usually some peace and quiet, fresh water, and sunshine will do.

Exhaustion

Causes: Strenuous activity, long walks, dehydration, extreme hunger, staying awake for a long time
Symptoms: Stumbling, slurred speech, panting or gasping for breath
Treatment: Lotus, skullcap, witch hazel, lamb’s ear, juniper, ragwort
Additional Information: Sometimes, exhaustion can be cured with traveling herbs or food and water.

Anxiety/Stress

Causes: Death of a loved one, traumatizing experience
Symptoms: Blank gaze, slurred speech, stumbling, getting hysterical
Treatment: Thyme, dandelion, hornbeam, lavender, poppy seeds, ginger, passionflower, nutmeg
Additional Information: Left untreated, mental shock can lead to depression. Often, dangerous experiences or a cat’s death can induce anxiety. Some herbs and a nice, long sleep can help boost a cat’s spirits.

Restlessness

Causes: Stress, pain, nightmares
Symptoms: Tiredness, waking up multiple times in the night, irritableness
Treatment: Poppy seeds, bramble twigs, primrose, valerian, frankincense
Additional Information: Herbs can also be given to a hysterical or mentally shocked cat to help them have a long, restful sleep.

Physical Wounds

Causes: Fighting, sharp branches or stones, strenuous activity
Symptoms: Cuts, bleeding, pain
Treatment: Cobwebs, marigold, horsetail, goldenrod, echinacea, mallow, lettuce, oak leaves, chervil, burdock root, garlic, goose grass, gumweed, bindweed
Additional Information: A poultice of herbs to stop infection should be applied first. Then the wound should be sealed and checked regularly until fully healed.

Poisoning

Causes: Rotten food, too much food, poisonous plants, dangerous Twoleg items
Symptoms: Belly cramps, vomiting, discomfort
Treatment: Yarrow, rosinweed, snakeroot, tormentil, ash tree, wintergreen
Additional Information: Yarrow is the most effective cure for poison, inducing vomiting to get the poison out of a cat’s body. Eating some herbs can cause deadly poisoning, so watch out.

Eye injuries

Causes: Fighting, sharp branches/leaves, flying debris
Symptoms: Blurriness of vision, pain, irritation, itchiness
Treatment: Celandine, rosemary, willow bark
Additional Information: Left untreated, eye injuries could get infected and eventually cause blindness, so make sure to give proper care to a cat with an injured eye. If a cat loses an eye, there is nothing a medicine cat can do.



Swelling/Inflammation

Causes: Skin irritation, sunburn, skin diseases
Symptoms: Rashes, swollen skin, tender skin
Treatment: Alder, cobnuts, nettle, cinquefoil, columbine, poplar buds, oak bark, cold water
Additional Information: Burns of any kind can cause swelling, as well as skin diseases. Sometimes, simply pressing a wad of soaked moss against swollen skin can bring down the swelling until herbs are available.

Bee stings

Causes: Disturbing a beehive
Symptoms: Small, swollen lump, stinger stuck in skin, irritation, itchiness
Treatment: Blackberry leaves
Additional Information: Honey is a useful substance for medicine cats to use. Unfortunately, it is hard to obtain without getting stung. However, beestings aren’t very serious as long as the sting is pulled out.

Smoke Inhalation

Causes: Forest fires, Twoleg fires
Symptoms: Scratchy voice, sore throat
Treatment: Honey, iris petals, hedgehog buds
Additional Information: Inhaling too much smoke can permanently damage the lungs, so smoke inhalation must be treated promptly to avoid further complications.

Soreness/Burns

Causes: Fire, long walks, rashes, skin maladies, dry skin, sun exposure
Symptoms: Red blotches, tender skin, cracked skin, burn scars
Treatment: Dock, lettuce, milkweed, aloe vera, sage root, yarrow
Additional Information: Burns from a fire are the worst kind, having a high risk of infection and leaving a nasty scar. Sunburn is always a possibility, as well as dehydrated skin and cracked pads.

Toothache

Causes: Cavities, dislodged teeth, raw gums, cracked teeth
Symptoms: Pain, discomfort, soreness
Treatment: Alder, alfalfa, wormwood, clove
Additional Information: To ease pain when chewing, prey can be mashed into a pulp that only needs to be chewed a little bit before swallowing. Teeth with cracks or cavities, or teeth that have come loose from a forceful blow, can be pulled.

Ticks/Fleas

Causes: Living near or traveling through bogs or moist areas, catching them from other cats’ pelts, traveling through long grass
Symptoms: Itchiness, small bugs in pelt
Treatment: Mouse bile
Additional Information: After using mouse bile, wash your paws thoroughly in running water afterwards. Do not ingest! To avoid getting a tick problem in the camp, immediately treat any cat that you see scratching. Elders and kits must be checked often.

Rat bites

Causes: Hunting rats, living near or traveling in Twoleg alleys, traveling through a place with lots of carrion
Symptoms: Bleeding, infection
Treatment: Burdock root, garlic
Additional Information: Other herbs to cure infection aren’t very effective with rat bites. Only burdock root and wild garlic can properly prevent infection. Rat bites are dangerous and must be kept sealed. A fresh poultice of herbs every day until the bite heals is recommended.

The Medicine Cat Code

1. Medicine cats cannot have mates or kits.

2. Medicine cats must stand apart from rivalry between Clans.

3. Medicine cats must do everything in their power to save a sick or injured cat.

4. Medicine cats must be prepared to give up their life if it means a patient survives.

5. Medicine cats must travel to the Moonstone/Moonpool every half-moon to share tongues with StarClan.

The Medicine Cat Ceremony

Medicine cat: I, [medicine cat’s name], medicine cat of [medicine cat’s Clan], call upon my warrior ancestors to look down on this apprentice. He/she has trained hard to understand the ways of a medicine cat, and with your help he/she will serve his/her Clan for many moons. [Medicine cat apprentice’s name], do you promise to uphold the ways of a medicine cat, to stand apart from rivalry between Clan and Clan, and to protect all cats equally, even at the cost of your life?
Medicine cat apprentice: I do.
Medicine cat: Then by the powers of StarClan I give you your true name as a medicine cat. [Medicine cat apprentice’s name], from this moment on you will be known as [full medicine cat name]. StarClan honors your [virtue] and your [virtue], and we welcome you as a full medicine cat.

Known Medicine Cats of the Clans

ThunderClan

Cloudspots: Long-furred black tom with white ears, white chest, and two white paws. He was the first-ever ThunderClan medicine cat.

Prickleface: Bad-tempered tom. He helped put into place the rule that victory in battle does not require death.

Pearnose: A brown tabby she-cat. She helped her Clan when they were starving because WindClan was stealing all of ThunderClan’s prey.

Kestrelwing: Dark brown tabby-tom. Kestrelwing welcomed Birdflight and their kits into ThunderClan after SkyClan was forced to leave the forest.

Goosefeather: Scraggly gray speckled tom with blue eyes and matted fur. He went mad at the end of his life and was largely considered a lazy nuisance by the rest of his Clan.

Featherwhisker: Silver tom with amber eyes. He was a kind and caring cat; Featherwhisker worked tirelessly to keep his Clan healthy.

Spottedleaf: A slender, beautiful tortoiseshell she-cat with amber eyes. She was Firestar’s first love, but the medicine cat code does not allow mates.

Yellowfang: Irritable dark gray she-cat with patchy fur and amber eyes. She was originally a ShadowClan medicine cat, but fled to ThunderClan after being falsely accused of murdering ShadowClan kits.

Cinderpelt: Fluffy dark gray she-cat with wide blue eyes. Cinderpelt was once Fireheart’s apprentice, but when her leg got crushed on the Thunderpath, she was forced to become a medicine cat.

Leafpool: Pale brown tabby she-cat with white paws and amber eyes. Leafpool fell in love with Crowfeather, a WindClan warrior, and bore his kits.

Jayfeather: Silver-gray tabby-tom with blue eyes. Jayfeather is blind, but can see in other cats’ dreams and memories because he is one of the subjects of the prophecy.

WindClan

Mothflight: White she-cat with stormy green eyes. She discovered the Moonstone after being temporarily banished from WindClan.

Swiftfoot: A small gray tom. He helped put into place the rule that victory in battle does not require death.
Thrushpelt: A stone gray she-cat with dark brown speckles. She was once a warrior, but then became a medicine cat.

Larkwing: Silver-and-black tabby she-cat. Larkwing protested driving out SkyClan.

Hawkheart: Dark brown tom with yellow eyes. Hawkheart killed Moonflower, who was Bluestar’s mother.

Barkface: A brown tom with a short tail. Barkface was the one who foretold Whiteclaw’s death at the gorge.

Kestrelflight: Gray-brown tom with white patches. Kestrelflight helped his Clan through the final battle against the Dark Forest.

RiverClan

Dapplepelt: Tortoiseshell she-cat. She saw being a medicine cat as a different kind of warrior, fighting off sickness and injury instead of physical enemies.

Milkfur: Gray-and-white tabby cat. Milkfur died just a few moons before a flood destroyed RiverClan’s camp.

Brambleberry: White she-cat with black spots, blue eyes, and a bright pink nose. She witnessed Crookedjaw training with Mapleshade and tried to stop him.

Mudfur: Mottled dark brown tom. Mudfur’s mate, Brightsky, died kitting, and he was accepted as a medicine cat even though his daughter, Leopardkit, was alive.

Mothwing: Golden tabby she-cat with amber eyes. Though she does not believe in StarClan, her brother, Hawkfrost, forced her to make fake prophecies and omens to his advantage.

Willowshine: Silver she-cat with blue eyes. Willowshine knows that Mothwing does not believe in StarClan, but respects her in every other aspect.

ShadowClan

Pebbleheart: Gray tabby-tom. He discovered that the rats from carrionplace could spread disease.

Redscar: Red tabby-tom. When ShadowClan’s leader died without choosing a deputy, Redscar chose one for the Clan.

Mossheart: A dark tortoiseshell she-cat. She helped put into place the rule that victory in battle does not require death.

Molepelt: Rumpled black tom with green eyes. He supported driving out SkyClan and later regretted his decision.

Sagewhisker: White she-cat with blue eyes. Mentored Yellowfang and covered up the fact that her apprentice had borne kits.

Yellowfang: Irritable dark gray she-cat with patchy fur and amber eyes. She was originally a ShadowClan medicine cat, but fled to ThunderClan after being falsely accused of murdering ShadowClan kits.

Runningnose: Small gray-and-white tom with a perpetual sniffle. He lived long enough to become an elder.

Littlecloud: Undersize brown tabby-tom with blue eyes. After Cinderpelt saved him and Whitethroat from the sickness and gave them the remedy to bring back to ShadowClan, Littlecloud and her have been friends.

Flametail: Ginger tom with blue eyes. When Flametail fell in a crack in the ice on the lake, Jayfeather tried to save him, but couldn’t.

SkyClan

Quailfeather: Long-furred she-cat. Quailfeather helped put into place the rule that victory in battle does not require death.

Fawnstep: Light brown tabby she-cat. Fawnstep trained Echosong to become a medicine cat in her dreams.

Brackenheart: Brown tabby-tom with green eyes. Brackenheart healed his Clan after the rats defeated them.

Echosong: Silver tabby she-cat with green eyes. She was the first medicine cat of modern SkyClan.

Frecklewish: Pale brown tabby she-cat with darker spots. At first, Frecklewish was denied apprenticeship to Echosong because she was a daylight-warrior, but Leafstar gave her permission after the battle in Twolegplace.

Prophecies and Omens

Like fire, you will blaze through the forest.
Goosefeather gave this prophecy to Bluepaw after a burning branch fell near her. It referred to how Bluepaw would blaze through the ranks of ThunderClan and become their trusted leader, Bluestar.

Greenleaf will come, but it will bring even greater storms than these. SkyClan will need deeper roots if it is to survive.
Leafstar overheard this prophecy in a dream. The ‘deeper roots’ meant that SkyClan needed more laws, traditions, and loyal members to bind them to their home for all the moons to come.

Fire alone will save our Clan.
This prophecy came to Spottedleaf in the form of a shooting star. It foretold the coming of Rusty the kittypet who would save ThunderClan many times over.

Beware a warrior you cannot trust.
Spottedleaf told this to Fireheart in a dream. It referred to Tigerclaw, the cat who Fireheart couldn’t - and shouldn’t - trust.

Beware an enemy who seems to sleep.
Spottedleaf came to Fireheart to warn him that even though Tigerclaw was exiled, he wasn’t finished yet.

Four will become two. Lion and tiger will meet in battle, and blood will rule the forest.
This prophecy interrupted Firestar’s leadership ceremony. Four Clans became two - LionClan and TigerClan. The two Clans met in battle with BloodClan, but in the end, peace ruled the forest and drove out blood.



Darkness, air, water, and sky will come together and shake the forest to its roots.
This prophecy referred to the traveling cats that went to find Midnight and forge a new destiny for the Clans. They did shake the forest to its roots, but they had no choice, for the Clans had to leave.

Before there is peace, blood will spill blood, and the lake will run red.
Leafpool heard this prophecy continuously whispered in her ear until it was fulfilled when Brambleclaw killed Hawkfrost to save Firestar. So much blood spilled from Hawkfrost’s throat that the water by the lakeshore turned red.

There will be three, kin of your kin, who hold the power of the stars in their paws.
Jayfeather, Lionblaze, and Dovewing are the subjects of this prophecy. They have each been given a power greater than StarClan’s. Jayfeather can walk in other cats’ memories and dreams, Lionblaze can never be defeated in battle, and Dovewing can hear the other Clans and beyond.

After the sharp-eyed jay and the roaring lion, peace will come on gentle dove’s wing.
This prophecy referred to the Three’s powers, and that Dovewing would be the one to come and bring peace to the Clans.

Storm clouds are gathering on a dark breeze.
Foretelling trouble with Breezepelt, who was in collaboration with Brokenstar and the Dark Forest, the Ancients whispered this prophecy to Jayfeather.

Yesterday, four patrols could not drive the fox from the territory. Today Lionblaze sent it fleeing for its life.
This prophecy symbolizes that ThunderClan must stand alone in the final battle, without the help of others.

The end of the stars draws near. Three must become four to battle the darkness that lasts forever.
Jayfeather received this prophecy, telling him that he, Lionblaze, and Dovewing needed to find a fourth cat to complete the prophecy.

Communication with StarClan

The Moonstone: A lump of brilliantly glittering rock three tail-lengths high. When the moon strikes it through a hole in the cavern roof, it sparkles like a star. The medicine cats lie down around it and touch their noses to it to receive their dreams from StarClan. It is located up past WindClan’s moor, on the rocky hills called Highstones.

The Moonpool: A small pool of clear, glimmering water, surrounded by a serene, winding slope of rock. The cats lie down and touch their noses to the Moonpool’s water to receive their dreams from StarClan. It is located on a high ridge past WindClan’s territory.

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Re: The Ultimate, Ultimate, ULTIMATE Medicine Cat Guide

Post by Dovewing on Sat Aug 17, 2013 1:47 pm

So cool! I didn't even know half that stuff!Very Happy 
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Re: The Ultimate, Ultimate, ULTIMATE Medicine Cat Guide

Post by Ivyshade-Admin on Sat Aug 17, 2013 5:17 pm

LOL, I had to do a lot of research for it XD

But thank you, I had fun making it c:



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Re: The Ultimate, Ultimate, ULTIMATE Medicine Cat Guide

Post by XxRainstormxX on Tue Nov 05, 2013 12:02 am

Wow! Could i use some of this info for my fan fiction? it would be really useful.



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Re: The Ultimate, Ultimate, ULTIMATE Medicine Cat Guide

Post by Ivyshade-Admin on Mon Nov 18, 2013 10:42 pm

Go right ahead! :3



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Post by XxRainstormxX on Mon Nov 25, 2013 1:25 am

Thx! cat 



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Re: The Ultimate, Ultimate, ULTIMATE Medicine Cat Guide

Post by Ravenleaf32 on Mon Nov 25, 2013 5:37 am

Cool :o
This is really interesting to me because if I were in a Clan, I'd rather be a medicine cat than a warrior. :P
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Re: The Ultimate, Ultimate, ULTIMATE Medicine Cat Guide

Post by Ivyshade-Admin on Mon Nov 25, 2013 6:57 pm

I know, huh? I'd choose leader first, but if I couldn't be leader, I would totally be a medicine cat.



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Post by XxRainstormxX on Thu Nov 28, 2013 1:21 am

I'd be leader cause you'd have 9 lives and u'd be practically invincible! Mwhahahahahahahahaha! Unless your Tigerstar XD



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Re: The Ultimate, Ultimate, ULTIMATE Medicine Cat Guide

Post by Ivyshade-Admin on Wed Dec 04, 2013 10:33 pm

You'd have to be really unlucky to turn up like him ;P



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Post by XxRainstormxX on Wed Dec 11, 2013 10:02 pm

He deserves it =P i never really liked him  Evil or Very Mad 



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Re: The Ultimate, Ultimate, ULTIMATE Medicine Cat Guide

Post by Dovewing on Sat Dec 14, 2013 10:39 am

I'm a warrior through and through. If i was a medicine cat i would be so bad at remembering what herbs were which. My clan would probably kick me out! XD
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Post by Ivyshade-Admin on Sat Dec 14, 2013 11:49 am

LOL, maybe they'd let you stay as a warrior XD



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Re: The Ultimate, Ultimate, ULTIMATE Medicine Cat Guide

Post by XxRainstormxX on Sat Dec 14, 2013 11:52 am

Lol. Laughing I'd probably poison everyone with deathberries
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Re: The Ultimate, Ultimate, ULTIMATE Medicine Cat Guide

Post by Ivyshade-Admin on Sat Dec 14, 2013 11:56 am

"Wait... what's this red berry do again?"

That is the one thing you don't want to hear a medicine cat say. xD



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Re: The Ultimate, Ultimate, ULTIMATE Medicine Cat Guide

Post by XxRainstormxX on Sat Dec 14, 2013 11:58 am

"here, have this red berry."
"What does it do"
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Re: The Ultimate, Ultimate, ULTIMATE Medicine Cat Guide

Post by Ivyshade-Admin on Sun Jan 05, 2014 12:36 pm

In the book, she told him it would make the pain go away FOR GOOD.

You know... when you think about it, she was kind of right... XD



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