The expansive online community that has sprung up surrounding the Warriors books is one of proportions unlike what is seen in most fandoms. It is a community in which most members own at least one site of a sort, or belong to one of the various larger sites.
In light of this the Warrior's Wiki Team has concluded that space must be devoted to this aspect of the community.
NOTE: Role Playing Sites have their Own Phenomenon Section.
Overview of the Online PhenomenonEdit
Sites of many different description (some of which cross lines between genre) exist. Below is a description of the primary classes of online websites within the fandom.
Official Sites are those created by the creators of the Warriors Series. This includes sites based off the series, the publishers, and the authors. (Site Applications for this section are not accepted, only suggestions for inclusion)
Fansites are sites created by fans, for fans and devoted to the series as a whole. Though they might specialize in some area of the fandom (IE: Focus on disputes, or center on creating graphics) they are of a rather general sort.
Fanshrines are much like Fansites, but devoted to a very specific aspect of the series, such as an individual character, pairing, or volume in the series.
Fan Forums are forum based websites devoted to the discussion of Warriors Topics without being an RP. These sites might have RP Components, but they are not the primary reason for gathering on that site.
Other Sites is a catch-all title given to sites that fit completely into more than one genre, or those that do not fit properly into any of the other genre listings.
To get a website listed in the Online Phenomenon section that is most appropriate for it, you must proceed to the Online Phenomenon Application Page for details on how to have your site join our records.