Show no fear! I attack them savagely, killing them if I must.
I attack them back and kill them! They live outside the code, why should I follow it to punish them?
I race into the mist, allowing them to get lost while I wait for back up.
How dare they attack me on my own territory? I pummel them with powerful kicks until they beg for mercy, then I escort them out of the territory.
Find a place to nurse my wounds before going after them and inflicting some wounds they wont soon forget.
A forest with lots of rocks to keep out intruders.
Deserted fox dens and badger sets in a forest with lots of undergrowth to trip up intruders and trees to climb.
In a cave behind a waterfall in a lush forest with plenty of prey.
A pine forest with no undergrowth to trip me up.
A dense forest with a thick shroud of mist to disorient intruders.
Mice and voles.
Fish and water voles.
Birds and rabbits.
Mice and rabbits.
Whatever I can catch in my own territory.
Strong enough to fight an entire patrol of enemy warriors.
Fast enough to outrun the quickest rabbits.
Tough enough to survive in the harshest environment.
Clever enough to outwit the smartest warrior.
Quiet enough to sneak up on the most attentive warrior.
The warrior code. Apprentices should be loyal to the code to their last breath.
The scents of their Clanmates. An apprentice should know their clanmates before anything else.
How to climb. Lots of things can be done in the trees, from launching an attack to catching prey.
How to fight. A warrior means nothing if they can't defend their clan.
How to track. If an apprentice can't track prey, they cant feed the clan. If an apprentice can't track an enemy warrior, they can't protect the clan.