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1 Lionpaw training with Leopardstrike on Mon Jan 18, 2016 12:17 am

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Welcome, Guest, to Lionpaw's and Leopardstrike's training topic! If anyone would like to (even wolves in other Clans), feel free to enter!



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(Idea originally by Magmafeather)

Hunting Large Animals[0/60]
Successful: 12 points--Unsuccessful: 5 points

Hunting Medium Animals[0/60]
Successful: 8 points--Unsuccessful: 4 points

Hunting Small Animals[0/60]
Successful: 4 points--Unsuccessful: 2 points

Fishing[0/60]
Successful: 6 points--Unsuccessful: 3 points

Finding Prey[0/60]
Small: Successful, 4 points, unsuccessful, 2 points (if many prey is found at once, then you will receive points for finding two prey)
Medium/Fish: Successful, 5 points, unsuccessful, 3 points
Large: Successful, 6 points, unsuccessful, 3 points

Finding Herbs[0/60]
Quickly found- 7 points, Not very fast- 4 points, Did not find any- 2 points

Scouting for Predators[0/60]
Found any: 8 points, unsuccessful: 2 points (finding a group of predators will earn the points for finding three, finding an animal that could be considered as both prey and a predator will give you half the points)

Offensive Fighting[6/60]
Successful move: 6 points, unsuccessful: 4 points, more may be earned when fighting prey/predators

Defensive Fighting[7/60]
Successful move: 7 points, unsuccessful: 4 points

Problem Solving[0/60]
Solution found quickly: 10 points, Solution found: 8 points, Tried but no solution found: 4 points

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Leopardstrike had woken up early that day to begin their first day of training. She had told Lionpaw where they'd train before heading outside of the camp. The young warrior had selected a small clearing out in the forest. There was plenty of room for battle practice, and the nearby forest offered a chance for hunting. She just hoped Lionpaw wouldn't ask to go fishing; she hated water and swimming and anything that had to do with that. "I wonder when Lionpaw will come," she murmured to herself. Leopardstrike had never really mentored an apprentice before; she had sort-of mentored Redwind back when he was an apprentice after Fireflash went missing, but this would be her first time getting to mentor an apprentice from the start.



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2 Re: Lionpaw training with Leopardstrike on Sat Feb 20, 2016 11:14 pm

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(OOC; So sorry about the wait!)

Lionpaw trotted into the clearing, her fiery orange eyes darting around the forest. 'Seems like a good place,' she thought. After getting a good look around, the apprentice approached her mentor and sat down. "Sorry I'm a little late. Got a little distracted..." she woofed, glancing down at her paws. Lionpaw lifted her gaze back to Leopardstrike, her head tilting. "So what'll we be doing first?" she asked, her fur prickling with anticipation. 'Offense, offense, offense, offense...' the ginger wolf thought. She'd always been looking forward to doing offensive fighting ever since she listened to the stories of ThunderClan's battles.


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3 Re: Lionpaw training with Leopardstrike on Fri Feb 26, 2016 9:54 pm

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[It's okay Smile ]

Leopardstrike glanced up when her apprentice arrived. "It's fine. But be early next time," she said, grumbling the last part. She paused for a moment upon hearing her apprentice's query, thinking what would be the best thing to start off on. "How about we work on fighting of some sort? It's always important to be prepared; you never know when another Clan will start an ambush." She waited a bit longer before continuing. "We'll start off with something easy and work our way from there. Why don't we start with the back kick? It's a move you can use to surprise an opponent." Leopardstrike waited for Lionpaw's input before she'd continue.


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4 Re: Lionpaw training with Leopardstrike on Sun Feb 28, 2016 11:36 pm

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Lionpaw's ears flicked after hearing her mentor's grumble, but she made no comment. She keenly listened her mentor, nodding after her suggestion. 'Yes!' she thought, her tail giving a pleased wag. "Alright. How do I do it?" the ginger apprentice eagerly asked. The she-wolf was glad they were starting with some fighting moves; she was aware that ThunderClan was forming an alliance with WindClan there was a possibility for war. Though she personally thought that WindClan and SunClan shouldn't be pulling other clans into their problems, the possibility of a battle made her pelt prickle.


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5 Re: Lionpaw training with Leopardstrike on Mon Feb 29, 2016 10:41 pm

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Leopardstrike nodded when her apprentice gave her approval. "Okay. To do the move, you wait until your opponent is within reach. Not too far, but not too close to you, either. If your opponent is too close to you, they may be able to attack you before you can perform the move. The move is rather simple, really. Place all your weight on your front paws, and kick out with your back paws. If you can hit your opponent in the chest, you'll wind them," she added. "I believe in actual practice, so you can attempt the move on me," Leopardstrike continued. "Let's see what you've got. I'm going to charge towards you, and when I get close enough I want you to kick out at me. Don't worry about hurting me; I'll recover anyways," she added. "Ready?" she asked, her green eyes on her apprentice's orange ones.


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6 Re: Lionpaw training with Leopardstrike on Fri Mar 04, 2016 11:57 pm

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Lionpaw listened closely to her mentors words. Training was probably one of the few things she took seriously and obeyed orders in. After all, she needed to learn how to fight. It's a key part of survival. After her mentor explained the move, she got to her paws. Carefully, she shifted her weight onto her front paws and kicked with her back. Unfortunately, she stumbled forward. Huffing indignantly, she tried again. After successfully kicking her rear paws, Lionpaw looked at Leopardstrike and nodded. "Ready," she replied.


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7 Re: Lionpaw training with Leopardstrike on Sun Mar 13, 2016 9:07 pm

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Leopardstrike watched as Lionpaw practiced the move; although she had failed the first time, she was able to perform the move correctly the second time. The young warrior nodded approvingly. "Alright, time for you to try the move out for real," she said when her apprenticed affirmed that she was ready. The brown-furred wolf paused for a moment, and then took a few steps back. She then ran forward at Lionpaw, preparing herself for the apprentice's move.


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8 Re: Lionpaw training with Leopardstrike on Sun Mar 13, 2016 11:19 pm

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Lionpaw pawed the ground, nodding after her Leopardstrike's words. Her orange eyes carefully watched the older wolf, waiting for her to charge. She didn't care if she'd hurt her mentor - she just wanted to perform the attack to the best of her ability. Lionpaw hated messing up, especially in front of another. She didn't want to seem weak. Once her mentor charged, the apprentice waited until she deemed the warrior close enough. Quickly, she kicked out with her hind legs in hopes of striking the larger she-wolf.


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9 Re: Lionpaw training with Leopardstrike on Tue Mar 15, 2016 12:42 am

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Leopardstrike braced herself as she got closer to Lionpaw; when the apprentice struck out, she attempted to move to the side. She wasn't fast enough, however, and the apprentice's blow ended up hitting her in the chest, a bit close to her shoulder. She stumbled a bit, and managed to regain her balance. She took a few moments to catch her breath, having been slightly winded. "That was..." she started, before taking in another breath, "good." She paused for a few more moments, and when she had finally caught her breath began to speak again. "Now, let's talk about the Upright Lock. It's best to do this move when your opponent is already weakened. First, rear up on your hindpaws, and bring all your weight down on your enemy. If your opponent tries this move on you at the same time, try to flip them under you. You'll have to watch out, as you'll be leaving your underbelly exposed."

She paused for a moment. "I'll teach you one more move, and then we'll have an actual practice fight. This last move is called the Scruff Shake. You basically grip your opponent's scruff and shake them, in order to disorient them. It can be quite useful, because they'll be unprepared for your next offense. Now, why don't we try to have an actual fight? Feel free to try out any moves you can think of, as well," Leopardstrike said, sitting down. She flicked her ears for Lionpaw to come at her when she was ready. She tried to anticipate her apprentice's next offense. The place where Lionpaw had hit her sort of hurt, but she tried not to let that distract her as she awaited the fight.


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10 Re: Lionpaw training with Leopardstrike on Thu Mar 17, 2016 9:47 pm

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Satisfaction gleamed in Lionpaw's eyes at her mentor's praise. When Leopardstrike told her of two other offensive moves, she nodded along, her ears perked. Though she may like to cause trouble in camp, she took training very seriously. Training is essential for a wolf; especially hunting and fighting. The Scruff Shake particularly interested her - it was a good way to help kill her prey. "That sounds good," the apprentice woofed, her fur prickling with excitement. However, she felt slightly worried. She didn't know any defensive moves. She decided to voice her concerns. "But before we do, could I perhaps learn a couple of defensive moves?" Lionpaw asked.


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11 Re: Lionpaw training with Leopardstrike on Sat Mar 26, 2016 2:56 am

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Leopardstrike focused back on Lionpaw when she heard her apprentice begin to speak. "Oh. Right." She had neglected the defensive moves as she didn't think they were nearly as useful. What good was defending yourself if you couldn't win the battle? Perhaps Lionpaw had a point, though. You did need to know some defensive moves, after all. "Alright. The first move is called the duck-and-twist. You duck when your opponent comes at you, roll over on your back, then leap back to your paws. Got that?" she said. "I'll teach you one more move after this, but for practice we'll try out this move like we did last time. I'll come at you again, and you attempt the move." She paused a few moments, before stepping back a few steps and running forward in Lionpaw's direction. She tried to ignore the small injury she had received from their previous match, and hoped that Lionpaw would get this move right.


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12 Re: Lionpaw training with Leopardstrike on Sat Mar 26, 2016 3:04 am

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Lionpaw felt relieved when her mentor agreed to teach her some defense. She listened intently to Leopardstrike's instructions. It seemed simple enough. But she wasn't entirely thrilled when hearing she'd only two. Nonetheless, the large apprentice nodded and got to her paws. When he mentor rushed towards her, the she-wolf ducked to the ground. Quickly, she rolled out of the way and onto her paws. Shaking the dirty snow from her pelt, she looked back at Leopardstrike. "Did I do it right?" She felt like she did. But Lionpaw looked expectantly at her mentor, anyways.


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13 Re: Lionpaw training with Leopardstrike on Mon Apr 11, 2016 1:11 am

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Leopardstrike's pace slowed as Lionpaw rolled out of the way, and her green gaze turned back to face her apprentice. "Yeah. That was good enough," she said. She had to admit that Lionpaw's attempt was quite good, but Leopardstrike wasn't one for giving lavish praise. "The other defensive move I'll teach you is playing dead." She grimaced as she spoke, her expression giving away how she felt about the move. "Personally, I think that there are much better moves you can use in battle but I might as well teach it to you. Basically, when your pinned down you go limp. When your opponent is least expecting it, you push up suddenly. You'll startle them and then be in a position to better attack them and all that," she said; it was apparent that she was speaking based off of memory. In her opinion, the move made one appear weak; if playing dead was your only option, then how good of a fighter were you? "Want to practice it out first, or move straight to battle? I'm good either way; it's up to you."


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14 Re: Lionpaw training with Leopardstrike on Thu Apr 14, 2016 11:23 pm

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Lionpaw's ear swiveled slightly at the 'good enough'. Good enough? Meaning, she just barely got it? Personally, Lionpaw liked giving her all. But she didn't say anything - just listened with a stony expression. When Leopardstrike told her about playing dead, she tilted her head somewhat. It was rather... easy. But, Lionpaw supposed it could be somewhat effective... if you're desperate. But, at least she knew how much damage to inflict to make sure she doesn't get tricked by it. When her mentor asked if she wanted to practice it, or fight first, she took no hesitation to grunt, "Fight." She got to her paws, wondering what moves to use.


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15 Re: Lionpaw training with Leopardstrike on Sun Apr 17, 2016 1:05 am

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Leopardstrike nodded at her apprentice's reply. "Alright then. Fighting it is," she said, taking a few steps back. From what she'd seen so far Lionpaw seemed like a good fighter; the young warrior didn't doubt that her apprentice had the potential to be a formidable foe in a true battle. Nonetheless, practice was always a good thing. Focusing back on the fight, Leopardstrike tried to plan out what move to start with. Once she'd made her choice she charged forward, aiming to strike out at her apprentice's paws in an attempt to set her off balance.


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16 Re: Lionpaw training with Leopardstrike on Sun Apr 24, 2016 3:19 pm

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Lionpaw warily waited for Leopardstrike to charge. She wondered what to do first; would she try to defend herself, or go on the offensive? When her mentor did charge, the apprentice quickly recalled the back kick. Deeming the older she-wolf close enough, Lionpaw swiftly kicked out her hind legs, hoping she was quick enough.


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