Petalstorm smiled distractedly at Snowfeather, then nodded. "Yes, yes, of course we should take a couple apprentices. It would certainly help in their training, especially if their mentors are busy. Besides, older warriors tend to do important things in the morning, and don't really take younger cats out to train until noon. We can keep them busy until then. Although, I guess it wouldn't do to tire them out early. We should probably be soft, and catch most of the prey ourselves. Swimming can be tough on underdeveloped muscles, so they might have to stick to snatching from the shore." She stopped and stared skyward, musing silently to herself at the mild issue at hand. A distracted, sleep-ridden mind slowed her, but she came to a solution after just a bit of time. "Although, there really aren't many fish that swim by the river's edge, and they probably haven't learned how to do so properly yet. Maybe we can just show them techniques for hooking and scooping up fish, even if it's less efficient for fishing." Again, the she-cat looked away, seeming to be unfocused at the conversation with Snowfeather. This time, though, it was back over her small shoulder, right at Mistystar's den.
She glanced edgily back at Snowfeather. "Maybe we shouldn't go right away, though. Mistystar might be doing something important that'll have its own announcement soon, since she isn't here. Considering the current events, it'd probably be really important." An unsettling calm had settled over Petalstorm. Despite her usual panic towards everything possible, and impossible, she wasn't reacting to the dilemma that the entirety of Cloudclan was facing. In fact, she never had. Something had draped itself over her, numbing her usual dramatic displays. "Yes, we wouldn't want to miss that, would we? Besides, most of us have eaten this morning or a lot last night, so hunting can wait for a bit, at least.'
((Going to wait for Narvix before posting with Thistlepaw again, probably.))