Ever since she had joined the starry ranks terrible and scary thoughts plagued her mind, thoughts about her kin and friends potentially vanishing... Thoughts about StarClan altogether fading from existence. It frightened her beyond belief... not only for herself but for her loved ones who were still alive too. If StarClan vanished, where would they go once they died? Would they go anywhere? Or would the walk the skies alone and lost? She didn't know... she didn't... and it seems even in death Lavenderstar couldn't bring herself to just... not do anything. She had to do something, they had to do something. StarClan had come into the clans already, and the clans still haven't gotten the hint that they need to follow the code, that they need to restore their faith in StarClan or all might be lost for their starry ancestors. Not only that, but without StarClan who would guide them? Who would bless leaders with nine lives? No one.
The clans needed StarClan. StarClan needed the clans.
She'd go down there herself if she had to... she would. "I can't stand it... just sitting here while I watch the cats I've just been reunited with slip away!" She hisses to anyone nearby, her claws digging into the starry surface below her and the fur on the back of her neck bristling. "We've gotta do something. We've gotta do more, to wake the clans up, to get them to follow the code, to get them to believe in us more like things should be. I was part of the problem at one point in time... but I've changed... so so can everyone else right?" She hadn't even believed in the stars completely until she had gotten lives from StarClan cats... and even before she had died she never had even then been the biggest StarClan follower. How foolish she had been... sure some of the rules she still agreed to this day could be removed, but even some more simple ones were no longer being followed. When was the last time a leader picked a deputy on time? Why was BloodClan and the Tribe attending the gatherings? Why were clans accepting every single face that strolled upon their border, be it former a former BloodClanner or kittypet? She didn't even want to begin to think about all the forbidden relationships and medicine cats having children.
As much as she disliked those two rules the most, they needed to be followed... for the sake of the clans future.
"We should go down there again- we should make another appearance at the gathering to warn them, and hey... if they don't listen then every single moon we cover the moon. We send bad omens. We send medicine cat signs. We do everything we possibly can until all the clans are back on track." Yes! She'd do it herself, she hadn't lied at the end of the day when she warned SkyClan she might just haunt them.