Thundertail zipped across the herd, his hooves just skimming the grass. Another tardy and he might as well be banished! How could he do this to himself. Lost in his thoughts he didn't know that he was heading straight for them. He crashed into one of the under-stallions and they both skidded across the grass. Stormfire (Stormflight) walked casually toward them his expression questioning. "Your lucky I like you." He gazed at Thundertail. He bowed his head. "Thank you Sir. Sorry Sir." "Very well." He arched his neck gaining everyone's attention. "Let's continue" Thundertail admired the stallion. But he was surprised the captain was Moonheart's friend. He always had a straight face. Never shown emotion. Maybe the leaving of his friend made him off the edge? But he was happy with his mate Windsun, just not when he was commanding the under-stallions. After hours of sharpening hooves, practicing drills, and other trainings, he felt a tug at his heart, but it was stronger. He tried to ignore it and continue on. Another hour later that tug grew stronger and stronger. Squeezing his lungs, he couldn't breath. His good friend Darkray nudged him. "You look pale. Something wrong." He opened his mouth trying to speak back but at that moment the tug grew even stronger. Stormfire stopped commanding and looked at him. "Thundertail. Thundertail." The voices were mere echoing. He wanted to talk back, he wanted to move, but his body wouldn't obey him. Suddenly a face flashed in his mind, his vision blurred, and he blacked out, his legs crumbling below him. He heard the mere echoing of his sister. "Thundertail!"
Thundertail trotted beside the scorched pit, wondering what had happened to this area. He didn't even know when or where was he, but he knew one thing, he had to get out of this place. He galloped into the clouds and then the shrill voice of a stallion brayed.
"When the last sunset takes place, a group of pegasi will form. Some from different Anoks, some from the same Anok. These pegasi will all be sucked in a single Anok, then be drawn to the heart. When these pegasi gather, brought by fate, they will find their destiny, find there place, from the help of understanding. How would they do this, is what they possess. Find these pegasi, bring them together." He knew that voice anywhere. It must be Elmwing, but how was he here? He didn't have starfire. Elmwing can't come inside his dreams. But was it that? Or was this just a dream. He shut his eyes. A dream wouldn't feel this real. But he didn't think this was from Elmwing or this was a dream. Was these words the words of the prophecy? Was this a vision? He bashed his head against a tree trying to wake himself up, but then a huge, supernatural wave consumed him.
He woke up. The medicine mare, Aspenstone standing in front of him, he saw she was carrying water between her waterproof wings. Iceblaze stood in front of him. "You blacked out in the middle of training, Starfrost dragged you here. Your heavier than you look y'know. I guess you can say thank you." He rolled his eyes but didn't reply. He rose to his knees embarrassed. Aspenstone perked her ears. "Wait, you should rest a little." He had no intention to fall asleep in the middle of a crowd of pegasi. "I'm fine." He replied. Thundertail urged Iceblaze to follow and his smart little sister nodded, sensing the problem. She trotted out of the crowd to Thundertail. Thundertail took no time to explain, "Iceblaze, I know how to take the prophecy to action."