The Clearing is a small sandy clearing that smells of mold and wet leaves. patches of dead, wet leaves from previous years Autumn's spot the clearing, with Ferns make up its inter wall. The canopy over head is made of lush maples and oaks, giving it a dapples dark light. Small sprouts of grass shoot up here and there from time to time, and it has a very homey, comfortable feel, aside from the wet leaves and mushy smell.
The Stump is the meeting place for ShadowClan. It's a large old oak stump with a hallowed out base and a large gap in the back, that serves as the leader's den. When the leader jumps onto the stump, it makes a loud thwacking noise, signaling a meeting.
The leaders den is made in the hallowed out base of The Stump. The decaying wood gives off a certain heat the keeps the den warm year round, so much so that the leader may have to sleep on top of the Stump during summer. The inside is padded by a squish moss like fungus that grows out of the decaying wood splinters, its very soft and warm.
Next to the medicine cat's den rests a huge fallen pine tree that extends out past the camp area. The inside has been rotted away, and the knarled roots cover any openings, provide protection for ShadowClan queens and their kits.
A small entrance tunnel leads to the warrior's den, underneath tall ferns. There are always fresh nests ready for in the corner for new warriors. Dead moss and other green substances are littered around.
Settled in between a large depression of pine trees, ShadowClan camp lays. Ferns and other shrubbery keep it hidden within their leaves, making it immune to most predators, which is why ShadowClan doesn't have main predators settling on their land. A large tunnel made out of brush and vines leads to the outside of ShadowClan, where any cat could be protected, but only for a while. The pine trees cover most cats who decide to leave camp, shedding the aroma of pine needles. Dark dirt mostly is the ground for the ShadowClanners, however, grass can be found in large quantities in the summertime. Most of the homes for the ShadowClan cats are in caves, burrows underground, or even in decayed tree trunks. Because of the trees, in the winter time most cats don't have to fret about snow plummeting straight into their camp, rather snow in small sections in the center of camp. Probably their most clear concern would be twolegs, because their nesting grounds are not as distanced as they come to realize it.