She needs her- PCA concerns do not belong on this page. Wicked Mouseh is Defying Gravity!!! 02:20, September 20, 2010 (UTC) kit andmed. cat pics from PCA History needs to be expanded and the style fixed Needs a main quote. Could use another quote.06:38, March 19, 2012 (UTC)
- On Willowshine's wiki it says that she is younger than JayfeatherFruitbatz (talk) 04:36, January 26, 2017 (UTC)Fruitbatz
I'm not sure..Maybe it was a mistake? User:Warrior♥ 17:28, 8 February 2009 (UTC)
I'm currently rereading "Dawn" and I saw that a RiverClan queen had called one of her kits "Willowkit". Could the Willowkit in Dawn possibly be the same Willowkit that became Willowshine, or are my references wrong? I just thought I should bring this up, since the Willowkit I'm reading about could very well be Willowshine. Thanks. Hollydapple 18:45, April 26, 2010 (UTC)
I would think so. Quailflight 07:39, May 15, 2010 (UTC)
Yes, I believe so. Willowkit saved some RiverClan warrior's life when she was helping Mothwing, then she decided she wanted to become med. cat apprentice. So when it was time, she did, then she became Willowshine. ~Hollyfur~ 03:44, June 1, 2010 (UTC)
I'm not sure. During Twilight, Willowkit was mentioned to have been helping Mothwing treat the sick cats (from the Twoleg poison), but I don't think she would still be a kit for 2 books. 雨晶須 23:20, June 13, 2010 (UTC)
She is apprenticed during Sunset (mid-newleaf); assuming that she was six moons old then means that she was born in mid-leaf-fall, i.e. during Midnight or Moonrise (check the Events Timeline), when the Clans were still living in the Forest. So, yes, she traveled through the Great Journey. Helixtalk 16:25, June 22, 2010 (UTC)
Willowshine and Feathertail are close because even though Feathertail was never a medicine cats she alway's visits Willowshine in her dreams when normally the previous medicine cat would.
Yeah I would think so
On Willowshine's profile in book apperences it says living "Dawn" but she doesnt appear i read it a long time ago
and don't remember her in it is she
Someone NEEDS to make a charcat for Willowshine. She shouldn't be blank. I would do it myself, but I honestly don't know how to make charcats*I do, but not GOOD ones.) I think this should be our first prirority. Thank you! --22.214.171.124 20:28, November 19, 2011 (UTC)
I couldn't agree more. I'm willing to make a character picture for her, but, I'm not sure if I'm allowed to. To the people of character art, please acknowledge this! Petal Wind 14:50, November 20, 2011 (UTC)
Her charcat needs to have the stripes changed. "She was smaller than he had imagined. Her body was sleek and lithe, and her tabby markings were hardly more than delicate stripes along her pelt." The Sight, Page 268. In her image they are thick and dark
I can't find where to tell them.
You have to go into community, then projects, then project charecter art.IloveDovepaw 21:53, January 24, 2012 (UTC)IloveDovepaw
Under book appearances for Willowshine it looks like this: "Living: Dawn, Twilight, Sunrise,...." What happened to Starlight!? It's not like she died in Starlight then rose from the dead in Twilight. She may not be listed in the allagiances(though her mother is in the queen section) or shown in the book, but its not like she is dead! Should I list Starlight?
Willowshine in Starlight?
Under book appearances for Willowshine it looks like this: " Living: Dawn, Twilight, Sunrise,..." What happened to Starlight!? It's not like she died in Starlight then rose from the dead in Twilight. She may not be listed in the allegiances or shown throughout the book, but that doesn't mean she isn't living. Also her mother is listed in the allegiances as a queen. Should I list Starlight?- Crowfeather44
On the top of Willowshine's page it says the page needs improvements. What do we need to do?Crowfeather44 19:28, April 9, 2012 (UTC)
Does anyone know what colour Willowshine's eyes are? It wasn't mentioned in the article, and I'd love to help, except I don't currently have a copy of any of the books that she appears in, so nothing I say is definite. I'm sure they're blue, but would it be worth someone proving it with a copy and adding it in to the article?