Skyclan - Warrior - Female - 11 moons
― Mothshine had dolled out weekly tasks in the past. She always enjoyed assigning games. It kept spirits up, and it was a nice change of pace from the usual hunting or patrolling. Although, it was plain to see that she enjoyed those things as well. But who didn't love a good game? When she had approached Lynxflight for her task, she had admittedly been expecting a patrol or something of that nature. So when she was met with the task of hosting two truths and a lie...Well, she was rather thrilled. She had been thinking on it all morning--rising with the sun as she often did. She had to contain herself. At least give it a few hours before she went hollering into the center of camp. She knew not everyone was such an early riser. But with the sun at its highest, and the camp alive with her clanmates, this seemed as good a time as any. Or perhaps she just didn't want to wait any longer. Probably a bit of both. She emerged from the warrior's den, a call already on her lips, "Hey, Skyclan! Listen up!" She spoke with a smile and an excitement about her. She descended from the treehouse, finding her way to the center of the clearing. "We're going to play two truths and a lie. It's pretty simple!" She began, amber eyes sparkling. "We'll take turns listing three facts about ourselves. One of these things will be a lie, and your clanmates have to guess which. Easy, right?" She purred, sitting down and curling her tail over her paws. She had rather enjoyed this when Lavenderstar had hosted this a few moons back. Although, she supposed the point was to make sure it wasn't easy. Mothshine had come prepared.
She gave her clanmates some time to gather--to participate if they were so inclined. She certainly hoped they would be interested. If worse came to worse, she'd track down Juniperthorn and have him play with her. It wasn't often they said no to one another. "I'll start us off!" There were some cats who may be harder to fool. The ones she had grown up around. Which was...admittedly quite a large number of the clan. But surely she could fool some of those in the younger crowd. Well, here it goes. "When I was really little, I was interested in being a medicine cat." She began, that playfulness ever present on her face. "Lavenderstar had been my only mentor." She hoped she sounded convincing, with each statement she gave, regardless of what was true or what wasn't. "Squirrels are my absolute favorite thing to hunt." She finished.