BlogClan, BreezeClan, IkeaClan, SoccerClan, OtterClan, GorgeClan, QuarkClan, ImaginarynumbersClan, NovemberClan, PokemonClan, and probably more and I'm forgetting right now.
Drizzleflash (former), Asterstorm
Apprentice/Running for Senior Warrior
Somali, American Shorthair, Russian Shorthair Cross
Dark gray she-cat with faint darker tabby stripes, crescent moon shape on forehead
Icy pale aqua
Hi guys! My name is Moonpaw or Moonbreeze. Moon is fine too! I joined on November 3, 2017, and am now running for senior warrior! My best friend is Foxfeather, or Foxpaw (Foxxy). She joined Dec. 1, 2017, but isn't very active. I haven't been as active lately, but I'm trying to be more active. I am also a part of The Terrific Three, along with Ottie and Silverleaf (Silv). Silv is my twin: we are similar in almost every way, including personality, appearence (irl and fursona), and birthday (exactly the same!)
Moonbreeze is hardworking, smart, and sensible. She is very protective of her friends and family. She is also very short tempered and can be quite cautious.
In my Fanfiction I have written about her, and in her story, she has a mate named Swiftclaw and kits. But that has nothing to do with her BlogClan character.
I enjoy every page. I also participate in NTA. I often check the Hug Page to send love to anyone who needs it, but I am not the best at sympathetic lines... I also used to run many games, but don't go on the Games Page much anymore.
I ride horses twice every week. I formerly rode once a week, for and hour, and wasn't taught how to tack up the horse (or get them from the paddock). I did that for 2 years, but had previously done summer camp, so I already knew how to trot and post (sorta). Now, I'm joining the show team, which is when I ride once after school (1 hour, but you can get there early to tack up) and once on Saturdays, for an hour and a half, including tacking up (at 8 AM, RIP me). I will do my first show in the spring of this next year, I believe. Exciting!! I hope to learn to canter soon, as my barn requires you to post without stirrups first. But my instructor did let me do it once, and it was AMAZING.