The next day things were back to normal between Star and Morningleaf. It had been a pretty un-eventful day so far. Then Shadepebble ran over to where Morningleaf was grazing. "Hey!" Shadepebble said with a little extra pep in her voice. "Hello, why do you sound so happy all of a sudden?" Morningleaf questioned. "C'mere!" Shadepebble told her and walked into the woods a little bit. "Okay..." Said Morningleaf and followed the mare. "I have really good news!" Shadepebble informed her putting an emphasis on "really". "Okay! What is it?" Morningleaf asked her. "Your the first one I'm telling and even Clawfire doesn't know yet.." She said. "Go on.." Morningleaf said with a movement of her wing. "Clawfire and I are having a foal!" She almost squealed. "Thats great Shadepebble!" Morningleaf told her friend. And there Shadepebble was happier than Morningleaf ever knew such a little mare could contain. While Morningleaf on the other hand was still trying to figure out her feelings for Star.
I'm explaining why Frayan has a father and mother. His sire, Jadethorn, was originally the to-be-mate of Dapplesage, when she became pregnant by Frayan's star, before Jadethorn and Dapplesage had even become mates. Dapplesage was afraid, and suggested that they cancel being mates, but Jadethorn refused; and managed to convince her that having a star foal isn't be bad. So, a month before Frayan was born, Dapplesage and Jadethorn became mates. But the star colt's father, wasn't really his father, but Frayan still loves his sire with a son's love, and so did Jadethorn, with a father's love. The stallion wouldn't let himself abandon his mate, or his colt, just because Frayan was a star foal. Finally Frayan was born, he had a grayish cream colored coat, pure black mane and tail, and turquoise feathers, before his grayish blue star gave Frayan's power to him on his first birthday. Dapplesage didn't want to name Frayan, to prevent attraction, so that she won't have a big relationship with the colt. But Jadethorn already had a name for the star foal since the day he figured out his to-be-mate had been pregnant; the stallion provided the name, Frayan. (Fra-on, like when you say a bc's) The star foal and his sire had an inseparable relationship throughout the first six moon of Frayan's life. Six moons later, Dapplesage became pregnant again, at first supposed that Jadethorn was going to be a true sire... until a moon later, they realized that the pale orange star had been hanging there since the day Dapplesage became with foal a second time. It wasn't long until the mare gave birth to a filly, and a pretty one with pale orange feathers. Frayan was very proud of having a younger sister of his very own, the six moon old colt never left the filly's side unless necessary. It was this time Dapplesage who suggested the name, Jeray. (Jer-ay like say A like abc) Jeray was only two weeks old when her father was tragically lost in a wolf attack. And this is Frayan's story: