Medicine Handbook and Warrior Code (For bear and cat RP's)

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Post by redwings left wing #11 on Sat Nov 01, 2008 6:25 pm

Wherever it says cat, that also applies to the bears.

Hey y'all! I know that there are quite a few warriors RPGs here, so I thought I'd post the warrior code for everyone!

1. Defend your Clan, even with your life. You may have friendships with cats from other Clans, but your loyalty must remain to your Clan, as one day you may meet them in battle.

2. Do not hunt or trespass on another Clan's territory.

3. Elders and kits must be fed before apprentices and warriors. Unless they have permission, apprentices may not eat until they have hunted to feed the elders.

4. Prey is killed only to be eaten. Give thanks to StarClan for its life.

5. A kit must be at least six moons old to become an apprentice.

6. Newly appointed warriors will keep a silent vigil for one night after receiving their warrior name.

7. A cat cannot be made deputy without having mentored at least one apprentice.

8. The deputy will become Clan leader when he leader dies or retires.

9. After the death or retirement of the deputy, the new deputy must be chosen before moonhigh.

10. A gathering of all Clans is held at the full moon during a truce that lasts for one night. There shall be no fighting among Clans at this time.

11. Boundaries must be checked and marked daily. Challenge all trespassing cats.

12. No warrior may neglect a kit in pain or in danger, even if that kit is from a different Clan.

13. The word of the Clan leader is law.

14. An honorable warrior does not need to kill other cats to win his battles, unless they are outside the warrior code or it is necessary for self-defense.

15. A warrior rejects the soft life of a kittypet.

Taken from the Warriors Field Guide: Secrets of the Clans.

The Medicine Cat Handbook

Welcome to the Medicine Cat Handbook. This is for all Medicine Cats to use, whether they are young or old.

Chapter 1: Basic Items and Uses

Adder Barrack ~ toothaches
Alfalfa ~ chewed, then swallowed to help tooth decay
Aloe Vera ~ leaves are chewed and spit on burns, or skin problems
Blessed Thistle ~ increases circulation of blood
Borage Leaves ~ lessens fever
Bramble twig syrup ~ helps to sleep
Broken Rosemary Blossoms ~ used to heal eye infection or to cover up wounds around the eyes or eyelids.
Broom Poultices ~ helps broken legs and other serious wounds
Broom Malice Poultices ~ heals open wounds
Burdock Root ~ helps stop infection from rat bites
Catnip ~ helps stop greencough
Celandine ~ rub it on aching eye, and it the aching will go away
Chamomile ~ helps with depression and fatigue; soothes heart
Chervil ~ juice of the leaves for infected wounds; chew the root for bellyache
Chewed Gumweed ~ helps seal wounds from infection. stings slightly, but helps to collect the skin together and close quicker
Chickweed ~ cures some of green and black cough
Cobwebs ~ helps cover a wound from infection or from bleeding
Coltsfoot ~ an herb that eases coughing
Comfrey Roots ~ chew and rub on wounds to clean them
Crushed Iris Petals ~ stimulates breathing during the birthing process; can also be used for kit’s sore throats
Crushed Marigold Petals ~ protects against infection of serious wounds; avoid around eyes, for it can be irritating.
Crushed Pawpaw Roots ~ for kitten cough, which only threatens kittens
Crushed Rose Thorns ~ helps seal wounds
Culver’s Root ~ for when a cat takes a dip in some sort of water; use with Feverfew
Daisy Leaves ~ chewed to help aching joints
Deathberries ~ kills a cat
Ferns ~ cleans out wounds
Feverfew ~ used when a cat has a fever
Foxglove Cloves ~ for purging toxins from the body; forces you to throw up the toxins.
Foxglove Leaves ~ used on deep wounds to stop bleeding quickly
Garlic ~ for fleas, and some scratches
Garlic Juice ~ dripped into wounds to prevent infection; causes slight stinging
Ginger ~ for asthma and coughs
Goldenrod Juice ~ dripped into wounds to relieve tingling or pain; but does nothing to heal
Grass ~ for upset stomach
Hawthorne Berries ~ for indigestion (look like Deathberries, just not shiny)
Honey ~ helps herbs go down easier, and soothes throats and infections
Horsetail ~ when chewed and applied to wounds, it stops infections
Huckleberry+Goldenrod ~ muscle reliever
Ivy juices ~ calming
Juniper Berries ~ help with stomach ache
Lavender ~ for chills
Lavender Stem ~ calms a cat in shock
Marigold ~ soothes infections
Marigold leaves ~ dresses wounds
Mouse Bile ~ helps rid of fleas and ticks; placed in moss and applied to cat's fur
Milkweed Juice ~ for sores or burns; don't use around ears or eyes; poisonous when ingested
Narcissus Flower Petals ~ soothes a she-cat when having contractions
Nightshade ~ poisonous plant
Peathingy Flower Petals ~ helps a kit with kitten cough; will help to clear clogged throats and nasal passages
Poppy Seeds ~ lessens pain and helps a cat sleep
Rosinweed ~ cleans out the system when poisons have been digested
Sacred bark ~ for upset stomachs
Sage Roots ~ for cracked pads, especially on elder cats; use with Poppy Seeds
Shock Roots ~ stimulates the nervous system; use after a cat has been knocked out, poisoned, or had head trauma
Snapdragon Seeds ~ clears up ringworm and helps rid the body of fleas
Stinging Nettle ~ stops swelling
Tansy ~ helps with coughing
Thinned-out Heather Down ~ helps with the indigestion of a kit; helps to line a kit’s stomach, and absorb the juices that produce the uncomfortable feeling
Thyme ~ for calming anxieties
//Traveling Herbs:
Poppy Seeds ~ helps dull the hunger or pain in your paws
Tansy Leaves ~ keeps hunger at bay
Crushed Lotus Roots ~ helps keep you awake, so that you will not fall asleep (energizer)
Skullcap Seeds ~ gives extra strength
Witch Hazel ~ for when you need an extra "boost"; if you're tired, and have to travel, this will wake you up (energizer)//
Water Mint ~ for stomach aches
Wild garlic ~ helps get rat poison out
Wild onion ~ helps get rat poison out
Windflower Shoots ~ for stomach cramps, such as cramps that came when a she-cat becomes pregnant
Yew ~ induces vomiting
Yarrow ~ induces vomiting

Chapter 2: Poultices and Mixtures

Chewed Ragwort Leaves+Juniper Berries ~ for elders' aching joints

Yarrow Ointment: Yarrow Leaves+Ragwort+Ivy ~ dress paw with ointment, then swath in cobwebs; for scraped paws

Spottedleaf's special mix against White/Green/Black Cough

- crushed Daisy Petals
- two poppy seeds
- six cranberries
- two catnip leaves

Chapter 3: Other Helpful Info

~Medicine cat apprentices must travel to the moonstone with their mentors and be accepted by StarClan to be an official Med. cat apprentice.
~Medicine cats are often treated with less hostility than others when in another clan's territory
~Medicine cats may not have kits
~Medicine cats should always know when another cat gets a sign from StarClan
~Only a medicine cat can determine what a sign from StarClan means
~Medicine cats and apprentices travel to the moonstone every half-moon
~Med. cat apprentices can be a medicine cat even before the original is deceased. The mentor will chose when the apprentice is ready

Chapter 4: Diseases

Green Cough- Gives you a bad fever and a terrible cough. It can only be caught in leaf bare; you can die from it if you get sick enough.

Chill- You get a runny nose and a fever. You can catch it from getting wet in cold weather, and you can't die from it.

White cough- Gives you a bad cough and fever, it can turn into green cough. It can't kill you.

Cats Eye- Makes eye crust over; can cause blindness.

Bug Ears- Bugs crawl around in ear, making it itch and ooze. (Ear mites.)

Rabies- Gives you a fever, foamy mouth, and dizziness. There is no cure for it, and if you get it you will die. You can only get it from another animal that has it or getting infected in a cut.

Death disease- It gives you severe pain in every area, and will eventually kill you. You get it from ticks and mosquitoes. (Lyme disease.)

White Paw - Your paw pads turn white, and give off severe pain if you walk on them. You get it in leafbare when your paws are cold for a long period of time. (Frostbite.)

Scarlet fever- You get a severe fever. Can only be received by kits in leafbare, from being cold.

Neetle- You get a high fever and you throw up a lot. You can get it any time of the year, there is no known cause for it.

Black Cough- The deadliest form of the 'Coughs'. If you catch it, you are most likely to die. Comes right after Green Cough. Can kill if not treated soon enough.

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