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My Little Warriors

By Kitty26

Fantasy / Adventure

Chapter 1

Princess Luna was staring outside the front window from their castle. It was early morning, and time for Princess Luna to lower the moon for her big sister, Princess Celestia, to raise the sun.

Princess Luna walked over to her big sister. "It is time." The two princesses walked over to the window. Princess Luna lowered the moon as Celestia raised the sun. A rooster crowed in the distance.

"Are you sure Twilight and her friends will be able to defeat this new enemy?" questioned Luna. "I wouldn't send them to the world where the enemy lives if I wasn't," replied Celestia. "After all, Twilight and her friends have faced many things: a world of chaos, changelings who feed on love, the fall of a very precious kingdom, and a monster about to take over Equestria, so I'm sure they'll survive this, and, most importantly, defeat the enemy."

"You do have a point there," Luna agreed. Celestia sighed. "Now, let's practise the spell again that will bring the Mane 6 to the other world. I'll have to summon my niece, Princess Cadance, first, since she will also perform the spell."


In ThunderClan, Jayfeather was sleeping in the medicine den at moonhigh. He had a dream where it was sunhigh, and was in the middle of camp. There were six she-cats. The first one was lavender with purple eyes who seemed confused, the second was blue and had rose eyes who was very fast, the third was pink with sky-blue eyes and had curly fur and was hopping up and down, the fourth pure-white longish fur and dark blue eyes who seemed to be very vain and cautious about her appearance, the fifth had unnatural ginger fur with light green eyes and had a brown thing on her head, and the sixth and last one had unnatural yellow fur with turquoise eyes and seemed very shy. Now all the cats were in camp and laughed at the six she-cats, and Jayfeather could hear one say, "Kittypets!" However, the sky turned dark and cloudy, and there was a huge battle going on, and the six she-cats defeated the leader, Tigerstar. Jayfeather immiediately woke up, panting. He looked outside. It was still moonhigh and everyone was asleep. However, this couldn't be a dream. Could this be a vision...? No, StarClan never gave visions to medicine cats these days, not with Tigerstar as the leader of ThunderClan. Jayfeather just sighed and went back to sleep.

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