WindClan Medicine Cat’s Apprentice

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WindClan Medicine Cat Apprentice

[su_label type="success"]OPEN[/su_label] as of March 20, 2022

This application type must be established in question number 1.

APPLY for the WindClan Medicine Cat Apprentice position.

Question #1 : Essay Question

Select one of the following options and answer in accordance with the type of application you wish to put forth. It should be noted that a type C application is strongly discouraged and not preferred.

  • A.) Application as a member of the Emberback x Skyeyes litter that has not yet been adopted. (If kittens are adopted a player notation will be shown).
  • B.) Application as existing PC Kit or Apprentice – Discuss and provide evidence that supports your character’s suitability to selection as a Medicine Cat’s Apprentice.
  • C.) Application as a newly created Kit or Apprentice – Briefly discuss the character you wish to create, including why that character would be suitable as a Medicine Cat’s Apprentice.
Question #2 : Role Play Situation

Respond to the following post In Character as if with the character you would adopt or create.

Rowanglade carried three herbs in her mouth and dropped them in front of her young apprentice. “Which of these herbs would you use to treat a cat with Blackcough, and why.” The she-cat laid the challenge with a subtle touch of slyness in her tone, waiting attentively for her trainee to pick between basil leaves, dandelion leaves and raspberry leaves.

Question #3 : Role Play Situation

Respond to the following post In Character as if with the character you would adopt or create. Please assume Rowanglade is out of camp for this situation and that your character is about 4 moons or more into training.

Robintail limped slowly into camp, his right foreleg dripping blood, and hanging at a strange angle. He whimpered slightly with each step, moving slowly towards the Medicine Cat’s Den. “Rowanglade?” His voice was weak, and he was clearly exhausted from the long journey. So exhausted that he collapsed as his three good legs gave out. When examined, it would be revealed that, in addition to the flesh around his paw being torn in an circle all the way around and scraped and cut in many places, one of the two long legbones had been broken. An experienced Medicine Cat would know it instantly: The work of one of the human’s Silver Jaws, deadly things they left to hunt for them, that grabbed in the limbs of animals not careful enough. Robintail was a rare case where one managed to wrestle their leg free and flee from the cold creature without tearing it off completely.