|"Friendship is worthless. You have learned an important lesson, one that I could have never taught you. But I will teach you much more. There'll come a day when you'll be so powerful, you'll have no need for friends. And when that day comes, I promise you will never regret that you chose to be a warrior."|
|— Tigerstar to Lionpaw in Dark River, page 322|
Tigerstar is a big, tall, long-legged, sturdy, heavy, lean, thick-furred, dark brown tabby tom with unusually long, sharp front claws, broad shoulders and chest, and wide, pale amber eyes. One of his ears is split in a deep "V" shape near the top, along with a scar on the bridge of his nose, and his pelt is criss-crossed with long battle scars.
In the Super Edition Arc
- He does not appear, but it is strongly suggested that he has SkyClan ancestry, being the descendant of Cloudstar's and Birdflight's kits, Spottedpelt and Gorseclaw, who were given away to ThunderClan when SkyClan was forced to leave. Tigerstar has a strong resemblance to Gorseclaw, and is a nephew to Spottedleaf.
- Tigerkit is born to Pinestar and Leopardfoot along with Nightkit and Mistkit. Leopardfoot states that he started out as the weakest of the litter, but he is now the strongest. Tigerkit protested at this when brought up after he had overcome his weakness. Snowfur and Bluefur are worried that Tigerkit is a bad influence on Snowfur's kit, Whitekit.
- Later on, Bluefur overhears Goosefeather muttering that he was sorry to StarClan that he let Tigerkit live, and that Tigerkit was not meant to live, but supposed to die with his siblings.
- Thistleclaw is made Tigerpaw's mentor when he is six moons old. Tigerpaw, Thistleclaw, and Bluefur find a kittypet on ThunderClan territory, Tiny. Bluefur notices he's only a kit and is no threat, but Thistleclaw insists that an intruder is an intruder, and then asks Tigerpaw what he thinks. Tigerpaw in return answers that they must teach the kit a lesson. Tigerpaw begins brutally attacking the kit. Bluefur sees that Tigerpaw would kill the kit if he wasn't stopped, Bluefur makes him stop, saying that the kit had learned its lesson and that warriors do not need to kill in order to win their battles.
- After he becomes a warrior, Tigerclaw quickly establishes himself as a senior warrior, and places his nest in the middle of the warriors' den alongside Thistleclaw's, despite the standard of new warriors settling themselves on the outside of the den. He is also eager for a fight with RiverClan to win Sunningrocks back. He also seems to carry a dislike for Bluefur, most likely gaining it from Thistleclaw.
- Near the end of the book, Bluestar states that she gave him Ravenpaw as an apprentice because the young cat needs the encouragement, and has been nervous ever since he was a kit.
In the The Prophecies Begin Arc
- Tigerclaw fights in a battle against a RiverClan patrol, led by Oakheart, for control over Sunningrocks. In the center of the battle, he is seen pinning Oakheart to the ground and telling the RiverClan cats to leave ThunderClan territory. Oakheart responds that after the night, the territory would just be another RiverClan hunting ground. An unknown cat yowls that there were more RiverClan warriors arriving, causing Tigerclaw to witness the cats sliding out of the water. Tigerclaw stares down at Oakheart and states that the cats may swim like otters but they did not belong in the forest. When Mousefur desperately calls out for help, Tigerclaw saves her and knocks over the RiverClan warrior that had pinned her down, telling her to run. The warrior then turns on him, scarring his muzzle. He argues with Redtail, the deputy, when he tells Tigerclaw that they should retreat. Tigerclaw hesitates as he follows Redtail and the patrol back to the forest in defeat.
- He was talked briefly about by Graypaw when Ravenpaw came back alone from a special mission with Redtail and Tigerclaw around Sunningrocks. A little bit later, Tigerclaw enters the camp carrying the body of Redtail saying that Oakheart killed Redtail and in revenge, Tigerclaw took Oakheart's life, when really, Redtail got killed by Tigerclaw. He had hoped to become deputy after Redtail, but Lionheart became the next deputy instead.
- When Rusty joins ThunderClan, Tigerclaw remarks that he will be interested in the kittypet's training as an apprentice. Later, during Firepaw, Graypaw, and Ravenpaw's hunting assessment, he watches all of them, and sees Firepaw talking to Smudge. When the cats return to camp, he reports Firepaw to Bluestar.
- He accompanies Bluestar, Firepaw, Graypaw, and Ravenpaw to the Moonstone. He flees from the Moonstone before Bluestar speaks with StarClan. When rats attack, he believes that Barley sent them into a trap to kill Bluestar. And he then asks Bluestar how many lives she has left, she replies saying that she has four lives left. He spreads malicious rumors about Ravenpaw, claiming that Ravenpaw is a traitor. This was an attempt to keep the Clan from trusting Ravenpaw so that Ravenpaw will not tell the Clan that Tigerclaw killed Redtail.
- After the battle with ShadowClan, Lionheart, who becomes deputy after Redtail, dies. Bluestar makes Tigerclaw the deputy. Tigerclaw seems to be upset for a moment when Firepaw and Graypaw say that Ravenpaw was killed in the forest, which is not true. However, he tells the Clan that he believes that Ravenpaw could have made a fine warrior.
- Tigerclaw sets up a trap for Bluestar at the Thunderpath while she had greencough. Even though she had been told not to go, Cinderpaw went instead. She is hit by a monster, and it twisted her leg, crippling her for life, making her unable to become a warrior.
- When Cloudkit was playing with a ball of moss, Tigerclaw growls that he wouldn't want to lose such a precious plaything. He seemed to be talking about the kit himself.
- When ThunderClan battles RiverClan, Tigerclaw watches while Fireheart is viciously attacked by the RiverClan deputy, Leopardfur. Later, he accuses Fireheart of letting Silverstream go unharmed.
- Tigerclaw suspects that Fireheart knows the truth about Redtail's death. To keep Fireheart quiet, he tries to murder him when Bluestar asks Tigerclaw to head a patrol to look for a passageway to go to the Gathering in the floods. Tigerclaw orders Fireheart to try and walk across through a weak branch, hoping Fireheart would slip and fall into the water and drown, but Longtail, who is part of the patrol, rescues Fireheart in time. Fireheart suspects Tigerclaw was trying to kill him, but Tigerclaw only looks slightly disappointed.
- In camp, Tigerclaw orders several patrols to go out and either hunt or patrol the borders. He sends Fireheart to give Cloudpaw an assessment, and while Fireheart is watching Cloudpaw, Cloudpaw calls the alarm to Fireheart that rogues with Tigerclaw in the lead are heading towards the camp. Fireheart's misgivings about Tigerclaw rise up again as Tigerclaw leads the rogues into the camp, but then he pretends to attack the rogues, and then slips into Bluestar's den.
- Tigerclaw tries to murder Bluestar in her den while a group of rogues and allies of Brokentail that he had arranged attacked ThunderClan camp, saying he would make ThunderClan strong again. He plans to make it look like a rogue had killed her, so he would become leader without question. Fireheart, though, attacks him, and Tigerclaw is defeated. Fireheart then tells the Clan all he knew about Tigerclaw, of how he had killed Redtail and almost killed Bluestar. Furious, Bluestar then exiles him after his treacherous actions were revealed. He offers Darkstripe, Dustpelt, and Longtail, his biggest supporters, to come with him, but they all reject him. Dustpelt was furious at him because Redtail was his mentor, and that he wanted to become just like him, but now that they know the truth, he refuses. Darkstripe rejects him because Tigerclaw never told him about his plans, and Longtail rejected him because he was loyal to ThunderClan and not Tigerclaw.
- Tigerclaw and a group of rogues attack a patrol consisting of Mousefur, Runningwind, and Thornpaw. Runningwind is killed, but the other two escape to warn the Clan. When Fireheart finds out, he, Whitestorm, and Mousefur go to find Runningwind. When they get there, they see Whitethroat standing over his body. Fireheart, thinking Whitethroat had killed Runningwind, chases him onto the Thunderpath, where he is hit by a monster. His last moments are of terror as he sees Tigerclaw over Fireheart's shoulder. Tigerclaw is caught by a surprise attack from Fireheart, and the rogues come to help him. Then Graystripe comes with a RiverClan patrol and drives away the rogues and Tigerclaw. Just before he leaves, Tigerclaw tells Fireheart that he plans on killing as many ThunderClan cats as he can.
- At the very end of the book, Tigerclaw appears at the Gathering as the new leader of ShadowClan, Tigerstar, much to every cat's shock.
- Tigerstar is now the newly appointed leader of ShadowClan, that StarClan had asked for.
- He meets the RiverClan elder, Graypool, during a trip to RiverClan territory to speak with Leopardstar. Graypool mistakes him for Oakheart, the former RiverClan deputy, and tells him about two kits from ThunderClan she had adopted. Tigerstar then demands who the two kits were, and who their mother was. She suddenly realizes that he is not Oakheart and, startled, slips backwards down the slope, hitting her head on a rock, killing her instantly.
- At one Gathering, he demands that Bluestar turn his kits, Bramblepaw and Tawnypaw over to ShadowClan. Bluestar puts off her decision for another moon until the next Gathering, and surprisingly, Tigerstar agrees.
- Tigerstar feeds a pack of dogs that have escaped into the forest, and take refuge at Snakerocks. He continuously feeds the dogs dead rabbits, and eventually sets a trail of dead rabbits leading to ThunderClan's camp. He kills Brindleface and leaves her body at the end of the trail to give the dogs a taste of a cat. He asks Darkstripe to bring his kits to him before the pack got to the camp, but Darkstripe is stopped by Fireheart.
- When Fireheart is about to lead the dogs over the edge of the gorge, Tigerstar pins him down. He prepares to kill Fireheart, but the dogs have caught up to them. Tigerstar releases his enemy and flees up into a tree. The pack leader attacks Fireheart, but Bluestar cannons into the dog's side, making him drop Fireheart. The cliff then crumbles and they fall off. They both plunge into a river below. Bluestar is pulled out of the river by Mistyfoot and Stonefur. Tigerstar sees as Bluestar begs the two RiverClan warriors for forgiveness, revealing that she is the mother of the kits Graypool spoke of. By his expression of shock, it's assumed that Tigerstar hadn't guessed that Bluestar had been the kits' mother. He watches as Bluestar dies, leaving Fireheart in control of ThunderClan.
- Tigerstar takes control of RiverClan as well, merging them into a new Clan, TigerClan. When reporting this to ThunderClan and WindClan, Tallstar tells him that he can't take a name of the ancient Clans for his own greedy ambition. Although Tigerstar claims that he shares the power equally with Leopardstar, he actually has all of the power within the Clan.
- During a Clan meeting, he tries to kill Stonefur, Mistyfoot, Featherpaw, and Stormpaw because they are half-Clan. Stonefur is killed by Blackfoot and Darkstripe, but Featherpaw and Stormpaw escape into ThunderClan territory with Featherpaw's mentor, Mistyfoot. He tries to get WindClan to join TigerClan, and brutally kills Gorsepaw, Morningflower's son in front of the entire Clan to show them what would happen if WindClan did not join TigerClan.
- Tigerstar brings Scourge and BloodClan, a vicious Clan from the Twolegplace, into the forest, in order to convince Tallstar and Firestar to submit to his leadership. When the two opposing groups confront each other, Firestar launches into a long speech about Tigerstar's treachery. Enraged at Firestar for revealing this to Scourge, Tigerstar attempts to command BloodClan to attack the other two Clans. Scourge then refuses to cooperate with Tigerstar. Now even more furious, Tigerstar attacks Scourge, but Scourge pins him down and then slashes a wound from Tigerstar's chin to his tail. The wound is so severe that even StarClan can not heal it, and he dies nine times, one life after the other.
In the New Prophecy Arc
- Tigerstar appears to Brambleclaw in a dream and reveals that he does not walk with StarClan. According to him, there are hunting grounds that even StarClan doesn't know of. After telling him this, he promises Brambleclaw that they will meet again.
- Leafpool has a startling dream in which she sees Hawkfrost and Brambleclaw talking with Tigerstar. She carefully watches Hawkfrost agree to follow close to his father's pawsteps, but she is unable to read Brambleclaw's expression because his back is turned towards her.
- Tigerstar continues to train his sons to become powerful leaders. His plan to kill Firestar fails, for Brambleclaw refuses to end Firestar's lives. Also, Brambleclaw kills his half-brother and has taken Squirrelflight, Firestar's daughter, as a mate. Nothing is known about how Tigerstar feels about Brambleclaw's decision to take a cat with Firestar's blood as a mate.
In the Power of Three Arc
- Tigerstar and Hawkfrost try to persuade Jaypaw into going deeper into the Dark Forest , telling him that they can show him warrior techniques. He also expresses his displeasure of Hollypaw wasting her skills as a medicine cat. As they try to lure him into going with them, Jaypaw uses his special power to probe their minds, but only finds a misty darkness masking their emotions. Before Jaypaw listens, however, Spottedleaf intervenes and leads Jaypaw away.
- When Lionpaw leaves the tunnels, he finds Tigerstar and his son Hawkfrost. He finds out they have been watching him. Tigerstar starts showing Lionpaw some of his fighting moves. Lionpaw starts learning how to fight from him, and at the end promises Lionpaw that his ambition to become a great warrior is the only thing in life that is worth living for.
- Tigerstar continues to teach Lionpaw skills to become a better warrior. He and Hawkfrost can not see Lionpaw when Lionpaw fights for the Tribe.
- Tigerstar keeps training Lionpaw along with Hawkfrost. When Lionpaw tells him about the prophecy, Tigerstar just laughs, says it was just a dream, and insults Firestar. He knocks him to the ground, telling Lionpaw that the prophecy doesn't make him strong, only that he needs more training. Lionpaw trains hard under him, and when Hawkfrost slashes him on the side, he says you can't assume a battle is won unless your opponent is dead. Lionpaw tries to stop the training between him and the dead cat, saying he was unstoppable in battle, and Tigerstar wasn't because he died in battle. The leader attacks his grandson and tells him that this wouldn't be the last of him.
- He haunts Lionblaze in his dreams, taunting him about the prophecy and his fears of going to WindClan.
- Lionblaze and Tigerstar fight in the beginning of Sunrise, where Tigerstar reveals that he had known all along he was not Lionblaze's kin. Angry, they fight and Lionblaze has him pinned, but won't fight further because Tigerstar is already dead. Instead he leaves, and Tigerstar does not come back to his dreams for the rest of the book.
In the Omen of the Stars Arc
- He is seen looming over Poppyfrost's newborn kits with Brokentail and Hawkfrost at his side. It is later discovered that he will partake in the great battle between StarClan and the Dark Forest. Lionblaze and Jayfeather suspect that he, Hawkfrost, and Brokentail have already recruited Breezepelt for the battle, and they are fairly unhappy.
- In the prologue, Tigerstar stops the battle training as Hawkfrost's jaws begin to close around Breezepelt's throat. After praising Hawkfrost for his good moves, Tigerstar is seen teaching Breezepelt in the Dark Forest. He is seen telling him to use his opponent's weight against them and use his own speed to win. Shortly after, Darkstripe is silenced by Tigerstar, who says that Hawkfrost knows his own strengths and there was always room for improvement. When Breezepelt informs him that he could already beat Harespring and Leaftail in training, Tigerstar's gaze darkens. He mentions that warriors fight harder when defending their lives, causing Breezepelt to say that he could fight harder and had more reason than most. Tigerstar goes on softly, saying that Breezepelt had been wronged by Crowfeather and Leafpool. When Breezepelt says that he was the only one to understand, Tigerstar reminds him that he would help Breezepelt seek vengeance on all of the cats. Breezepelt agrees, and says that he wanted to start with Crowfeather. As the Dark Forest cats speak of Crowfeather's flaws, Tigerstar shoos Darkstripe away with a flick of his tail, mentioning that he had tried to crush Breezepelt and make him weak. When Breezepelt spits that his father didn't succeed, Tigerstar mentions that the three kits should have never been born and that Breezepelt was suckled on lies and weakness of others and that he will make things right. After this, Tigerstar then sends Hawkfrost to visit a new apprentice, who is not named, saying that she has great power and is needed to make the battle even. He assures a departing Hawkfrost that he will have no trouble as she is ready.
- Lionblaze thinks about his powers and remembers that Tigerstar drew blood the last time they fought.
- When Leopardstar dies and Mistystar takes her place, there are whispers at the Gathering about Tigerstar and his relationship with Leopardstar. Sandstorm rebukes Dovepaw and Blossompaw when they start whispering about him, telling them that it was complicated.
- Jayfeather and Lionblaze talk about who Tigerstar is visiting and decide that Breezepelt is definitely one. They also suspect he is meeting with Tigerheart. When Jayfeather goes to the Moonpool with the other medicine cats, he suspects Tigerstar of training Flametail too, but dismisses this because Flametail is a medicine cat. Tigerstar's training of living Clan cats is revealed by Jayfeather to Yellowfang. They visit the Dark Forest to try and find out Tigerstar's plans. Tigerstar bickers with Jayfeather and Spottedleaf until they leave.
- Jayfeather and Lionblaze mention him when telling Dovepaw about the Dark Forest and Tigerstar's plans.
- When Ivypaw is training with Hawkfrost, he visits them and tells her about his past. He then asks Hawkfrost how Ivypaw's training is going, and Hawkfrost orders Ivypaw to show him. Tigerstar tosses a stick and tells her to catch it; when she does so with ease, he pronounces her "ready." He then orchestrates a battle between ThunderClan and ShadowClan by telling Ivypaw about the strip of land Firestar gave up to ShadowClan before she was born. He convinces her that ThunderClan need to reclaim this land as a show of strength else ShadowClan would invade.
- When Ivypaw succeeds in convincing Firestar to consider attacking ShadowClan, she is eager to tell Tigerstar the news.
- Jayfeather visits ShadowClan with Firestar and Brambleclaw, he considers whether the attack is what Tigerstar wanted to happen, but says nothing.
- Tigerstar appears in the Dark Forest training cats for the battle with StarClan. He congratulates Ivypaw for her water fighting skills. At a Dark Forest Gathering, Tigerstar is talking to the cats of the Dark Forest preparing them for the battle.
- When Brokenstar tells Ivypaw to kill Flametail, she refuses at first, then agrees and Tigerheart stops her. Tigerstar tells Tigerheart that he is very brave and that his blood runs in his veins. Brokenstar then asks whether or not to go ahead with killing Flametail and Tigerstar replies that he is no threat; he can only mix herbs. Brokenstar agrees but wonders what to do with Ivypaw as her loyalty is not certain; Tigerstar says he believes Ivypaw is loyal to the Dark Forest.
- Although he is not seen, it is mentioned by Ivypool that even Tigerstar seems to fear the vengeful Dark Forest warrior, Mapleshade.
- Tigerstar appears at a Gathering in the Dark Forest, and is also seen watching Ivypool's battle with Antpelt.
- As Ivypool is remembering Antpelt's death, it is said that she had been forced to kill the WindClan warrior to convince Tigerstar of her loyalty to the Dark Forest.
- Tigerstar orders all of the visitors back to their nests because the Dark Forest cats were going to plan their attack, and told them that they needed their energy.
- After Brambleclaw kills Hawkfrost, Tigerstar congratulates him on killing his half-brother. He then reveals that he was the mastermind behind the whole battle, and says he is leader. Firestar says he isn't a leader and questions why the Dark Forest warriors are still battling; Hawkfrost and Brokenstar are both dead and they have no leader. Tigerstar then says that they have him . Tigerstar tries to intimidate Thunderclan, but Firestar tells him he'll never win. The two then engage in combat. Graystripe tries to help Firestar, but Whitestorm tells him that this battle is between Firestar and Tigerstar. As the fight goes on, Sandstorm also tries to help her mate, but is held back by Sorreltail. After failing to cut Firestar's throat, Firestar charges at him and sinks his teeth into his throat. Tigerstar tries to fight him off, but is unable to. Minutes later, Tigerstar collapses, dies, and fades away forever. However, already weakened from battle and the wounds Tigerstar inflicted, Firestar dies as well.
In the Field Guide Arc
- He is listed as one of the significant leaders of ShadowClan. He is described as ambitious, crafty, charismatic, and a brilliant fighter.
- Rock wonders aloud if Tigerstar would consider himself as a ShadowClan or ThunderClan cat, since he spent a far longer time in ThunderClan, and yet he was leader of ShadowClan. He realizes the kits already know how evil Tigerstar is, and says that he has added many cats to StarClan with his evil plotting. Tigerstar was killed by his own ambition; if he hadn't brought BloodClan to the forest in hopes of taking over then he wouldn't have been killed. Now, Tigerstar walks the Dark Forest with only his son Hawkfrost for company. Rock wonders if Tigerstar realizes that his son is half-Clan— after all, he did to try and eradicate half-Clan cats when he was leader of TigerClan. Rock ends by saying that Lionpaw should realize that these dark cats are not his allies.
- Tigerkit was rescued from a fox by three ShadowClan warriors: Brackenfoot, Hollyflower, and Archeye. The three warriors were on a hunting patrol along the Thunderpath when they spotted the fox and the kit on the other side in ThunderClan territory. They scared away the fox, thanks to Hollyflower running across first, though the other two were reluctant to go. Brackenfoot scolded Tigerkit for being outside his camp, and he says he would've become fresh-kill for the fox if the ShadowClan patrol had not shown up. Tigerkit disregarded him. As the ShadowClan cats crossed the Thunderpath back to their own territory, Tigerkit shouted after them that ShadowClan would always be his friends, and that one day he would help them too. This could be the reason that Tigerclaw went to ShadowClan after he was exiled from ThunderClan.
- When his father, Pinestar, left ThunderClan to become a kittypet, it is noted that his other two littermates were weak and sickly-looking. As Pinestar left, Tigerkit pounced on his tail and growled up at his father. Pinestar tells his kit to be strong and to serve his Clan well.
- Tigerclaw appears in the border skirmish against ShadowClan. He listens to Dustpaw's idea of using the lightning strike and pretending that there are more cats than there are in the patrol. He is seen fighting hard in the battle and helps see Blackfoot and his invasion force off.
- He is later seen giving a tour of the battlefields and describing his emotions and thoughts about killing Redtail, leading the rogue cats and leading the dogs into the ThunderClan camp. He says that he has no regrets.
- He appears on Bluestar's page. He was Bluestar's murderous deputy and continued to rage against ThunderClan even after becoming the clan leader of ShadowClan. Tigerstar set a pack of ravenous dogs to raid ThunderClan camp. He is mentioned on Pinestar's page. Pinestar’s greatest regret when he left the clan to become a kittypet was leaving his mate and kits behind, especially fierce Tigerkit, who was bold and eager to fight.
- He is mentioned on Goosefeather's and Featherwhisker's page. Goosefeather’s final act of madness was his reacting of horror to Tigerkit, the sole remaining son of Leopardfoot and Pinestar. He confided in Bluefur that Tigerkit should never have been born. He is mentioned on Firestar’s page. Fireheart’s path was darkened by a feud with Tigerclaw, who was driven out of the clan when Fireheart unplotted his plan to kill Bluestar.
- It is mentioned on Brightheart's and Cloudtail's page that Brightheart's ravaged face is a reminder to every cat of the attack from Tigerstar's half-trained pack of dogs. It is mentioned on Yellowfang's page that Yellowfang discovered that Brokenstar plotted with Tigerclaw and some rouges against the clan that fed and sheltered him.
- He appears on Brambleclaw's page. Brambleclaw is mentioned to be the son of Tigerstar and was always going to walk a path of light and shadow, torn between his father's inherited ambition and loyalty to the clan Tigerstar tried to destroy. Brambleclaw walked with Tigerstar in his dreams and Tigerstar nurtured his ambition to lead his clan, scheming with Hawkfrost to destroy the weaker clans. Brambleclaw stepped close to the path of blood and vengeance that Tigerstar planned for so long but Brambleclaw realized his loyalties lay with his clan and leader.
- Tigerstar appears on Lionblaze’s page. Lionblaze was exceptionally strong, skilled in fighting and as brave as Tigerstar, which might explain why Tigerstar sought him out in his dreams. He walked beside him while Lionblaze slept, training him to be more fearless and ruthless in fighting. Lionblaze rejected Tigerstar after he realized he only was looking for revenge against Firestar. He didn’t need it anyway as he realized he had powers beyond normal cats.
- He is mentioned on Ivypool's page. When Tigerstar gave away the true purpose of training cats in their dreams, to destroy the clans from within, Ivypool swore never to return but then agreed to become a spy. He is mentioned on ShadowClan's introduction page. Strangers were not welcome to ShadowClan borders but Tigerstar was an exception since he was born and raised in ThunderClan and if StarClan were willing to give him nine lives, than that showed they wanted Tigerstar to lead ShadowClan.
- He is mentioned on Brokenstar's page. When Brokenstar plotted with Tigerstar to launch an attack on ThunderClan camp from within, Yellowfang took upon herself to kill her own son. He is mentioned on Nightstar's page. Nightstar's death left ShadowClan lost, leaderless and ready for Tigerstar.
- Tigerstar has his own page. He was born in ThunderClan to Pinestar and Leopardfoot. Soon after he was born, Pinestar left the clan to become a kittypet. The shame stayed with Tigerstar his entire life, and he was desperate to prove his loyalty with the warrior code running through his veins. Mentored by Thistleclaw, Tigerpaw wanted to be the greatest warrior his clan has ever seen. An easy skirmish with a young kittypet fueled his hunger for victory. In a clash over Sunningrocks, Tigerclaw saw his chance of a position of deputy in the clan. He killed the current deputy Redtail, and blamed RiverClan for it.
- He eventually made deputy as he has hoped, but Bluestar's attention was already turned to Firepaw, who seemed to have taken the place in Bluestar's confidence in which Tigerclaw wanted for himself. Tigerclaw decided to hasten his promotion to leader as Bluestar declines in old age. He tried luring Bluestar to the Thunderpath but Cinderpaw was hurt instead. Growing more desperate, he plotted with rouges that used to be in ShadowClan to launch a direct attack in ThunderClan camp. They were defeated and Tigerclaw was banished. He left swearing vengeance and joined up with rouges and charmed his way into ShadowClan. ShadowClan was desperate for a strong leader due to Nightstar's floundering leadership. They welcomed Tigerclaw and when Nightstar died, Tigerclaw was a natural successor.
- He immediately began plotting against ThunderClan, laying a trail of dead rabbits to lure the dog pack to ThunderClan camp. He formed an allegiance with Scourge, leader of BloodClan. Little did Tigerstar know that this was the young kittypet he fought many moons ago. At the moment when the two-clan formed TigerClan were poised to leap into battle with BloodClan against their neighbours, Scourge turned on Tigerstar and ripped out all nine lives in one go. For Tigerstar, death was no obstacle in pursuit for revenge. He walked in his sons dreams, training them in the Dark Forest and urging them to kill Firestar.
- Hawkfrost was willing to whatever it took to please Tigerstar but Brambleclaw realized his loyalties lay with Firestar, not Tigerstar. Undaunted, Tigerstar walked in the dreams of more cats from all the clans, raising an army of warriors. He finally led an onslaught of warriors, dead and alive, into the living world of the clans. Face-to-face with Firestar, he did the final blow that took Firestar’s final life but Firestar matched with a strike that ended Tigerstar’s life in the Dark Forest, and ended his existence beyond revenge, influence and beyond a warrior’s darkest dreams once and for all.
- He is mentioned on Blackstar's page. Blackstar had the task of taking over leadership of ShadowClan after Tigerstar’s damaging rule. He appears on Boulder’s page. Boulder was an outspoken supporter of Tigerstar when he came to ShadowClan. Boulder saw the leadership qualities that ShadowClan needed. When Tigerstar announced his plans to take power over the forest, Boulder suggested an alliance with BloodClan. He visited Scourge on Tigerstar’s behalf but he was too trusting. When Scourge came to the forest, he killed Tigerstar and took all four clans into battle.
- He appears on Tawnypelt’s page. Tawnypelt is the daughter of Tigerstar and Goldenflower. She found herself judged harshly by her clanmates for Tigerstar’s crimes. Pushed to the breaking point by a comparison of her father, Tawnypaw left and accepted Tigerstar’s request to join ShadowClan. Even after Tigerstar’s death, Tawnypaw stayed with ShadowClan. Tawnypelt was visited by Tigerstar in her dreams but refused his offer of secret training because she knew her father would never help her achieve what she wanted most. Tawnypelt lived her life free of Tigerstar’s influence and reputation with independence and a sense of purpose Tigerstar would have been proud of.
- "Tigerstar’s Nine Lives: StarClan Makes It’s Choice", featured in The Ultimate Guide, reveals Tigerstar's nine lives. He follows Runningnose to the Mothermouth and halts. He notes that he has been there before as an apprentice, and now he is there as ShadowClan’s leader. He also notes Nightstar, and what has happened to him and ShadowClan. He notes that he is on the brink of everything he wishes for. He tells Runningnose that StarClan will wait but Runningnose mentions dawn will not. Tigerclaw notes his fustrations of the medicine cat, and how difficult he was to Tigerclaw. He gives a warning to the medicine cat before entering the tunnel. His annoyance still stirred as he wondered how could anybody trust a medicine cat who can’t cure their own sickness.
- Tigerclaw arrives at the Moonstone. He finds it in the darkness and notes his fustrations from Runningnose’s orders. Runningnose describes how Nightpelt was not accepted as leader because Brokenstar was still alive. Tigerclaw insisted they know Brokenstar’s dead and ShadowClan wants Tigerclaw as leader. Tigerclaw continues noting his fustrations to Runningnose’s words before slipping into a dream. He is surprised to find himself in ShadowClan like territory, but is actually StarClan’s version of ShadowClan. Cedarstar explains to Tigerclaw and welcomes him. Tigerclaw demands for others and more cats appeared. Littlebird comes forward first and gives the first life of compassion. Tigerclaw notes that it’s his duty to lead and his followers’ duty to follow. The next cat is Badgerfang. Tigerclaw tells him he is the smallest warrior he has ever seen. He gives the life of training young cats wisely.
- Pinestar comes forward and Tigerclaw feels anger towards his father. Pinestar gives the life of being aware of what goes on beyond the borders. Pinestar states his pride in Tigerclaw and deserves a reward. Whitetail gives his third life of understanding size isn’t everything. Sedgestar is next and gives the life of pride in ShadowClan. Flowerstar gives his sixth life of Faith in StarClan, describing her significant moment in the past. The medicine cat that was there was next, Redscar gave the life trusting his own instincts, revealing his fake sign for his clan that made Flowerstar leader. Mossheart introduces herself and gives a life of mercy, for the enemies to fight another day. Tigerclaw wonders what kind of victory is that, and thinks if his enemies lose, they deserve to die.
- Cedarstar gave Tigerclaw his last life. He confesses his past mistakes and gives the life of farsightedness. Tigerclaw asks for lives of courage, strength in battle and revenge. Cedarstar tells him he has enough of it and StarClan only gives what he might lack. Tigerclaw notes that if StarClan trusts him to win battles without their help, who can argue? StarClan welcomes Tigerstar and Tigerstar bathes in it before waking. He mentions he has a clan to lead, but is cautioned by Runningnose that if he doesn’t respect what each life stands for, StarClan cannot help him. Tigerstar took that as a threat and warns he is leader now. He whispers ShadowClan is his and he has nine lifetimes to make them remember him forever.
- He appears on Leopardstar’s page. When Tigerstar took over ShadowClan and offered Leopardstar of making the forest on clan so there is no fighting between them, Leopardstar accepted but realized her mistake when combined the two clans into TigerClan and made himself leader. She wouldn’t speak out because she was scared of her safety and reputation.
- He is mentioned of Oakheart’s page. Oakheart died before he saw Tigerstar’s persecution of half-Clan cats. He appears on Mistystar’s and Stonefur’s page. When Tigerstar took control of RiverClan, Mistyfoot fled across the river but Stonefur was captured and killed by Darkstripe and Blackfoot, both who have have left their clans and joined TigerClan under Tigerstar’s command. He is mentioned on Feathertail’s page. When Tigerstar gained power of RiverClan and unleashed his obsession with pure clan blood in the forest, Featherpaw and Stormpaw were obvious targets.
- He appears on Hawkfrost’s page. Hawkfrost was Tigerstar’s other son. He was born to Sasha who strayed in ThunderClan shortly after Tigerstar became leader. Even before Hawkfrost met his father, he wanted to take Leopardstar’s place. Tigerstar saw the ambition and potential and started walking in Hawkfrost’s dreams, encouraging him to support Mudclaw’s rebellion. It was Tigerstar’s idea for Hawkfrost to plot with Brambleclaw’s enemy, Ashfur to lure Firestar into a trap. Tigerstar underestimated Brambleclaw’s loyalty to Firestar, instead of killing Firestar, he saved him and killed Hawkfrost instead. Hawkfrost joined Tigerstar in the Dark Forest, preying on living clan cats and training them in their dreams.
- He appears on Ravenpaw’s and Barley’s page. Ravenpaw’s fate was sealed when Tigerclaw was made his mentor. Tigerclaw saw Ravenpaw’s peace seeking way as cowardice and pushed his apprentice. Ravenpaw witnessed Tigerclaw killing Redtail and was put in serious danger for lying to his clanmates. Firepaw saved Ravenpaw from Tigerclaw by taking him to Barley’s barn to live in. Ravenpaw was missed by his ThunderClan friends, but no one would have forced him to return to the place where he was subjected to misery because of Tigerclaw.
- He appears on Scourge’s and Bone’s page. Tigerpaw encountered Scourge on the border as a young kittypet, he won easily but left a huge mark on Scourge. He went to Scourge now leader of BloodClan to ask for an alliance. Scourge recognised Tigerstar and agreed to help with no intentions of falling in for Tigerstar’s plans. Tigerstar protested against Scourge’s real aim to take over the forest so was killed by Scourge, ripping out all nine lives with one blow.
In the Tigerstar and Sasha Arc
- Tigerstar meets Sasha on a patrol when she catches a frog and gives it to the patrol, saying she thought the frog slipped through his paws.
- They meet again the next night, when Tigerstar catches a rabbit that was too fast for her, citating her by saying he thought the rabbit slipped through her paws, too. He tells her her hunting technique is bad, and that proper training would do her a world of good. When Sasha asks if he was going to mentor her, he says that maybe he will. They decide to meet again the next night, and many nights after that. He tells her all about Clanlife, and StarClan. One night, he fights off a fox. The night after that, he doesn't show up, which makes Sasha worry. When she returns to her den, she finds Tigerstar waiting for her there, saying it was a nice place, then asking her when she will be going back to her Twolegs, showing he found her collar. They argue, and Tigerstar leaves.
- The two don't meet for a couple of days. After finding out Sasha left a pigeon on his territory, he wants to go thank her, only to find two foxes attacking her. He attacks the foxes, and is later joined by Sasha. They manage to chase the foxes away, but Tigerstar is hurt. Sasha then tells him she'll get him somewhere safe, and takes him to her den for the night. Before he leaves the next morning, Tigerstar asks if they can meet each other again. The next night, Sasha takes Tigerstar to her old home, which he insults. The next day, he shows Sasha his home because she showed him hers. He invites her to go on a border patrol, on which they find two ThunderClan cats. They chase the ThunderClan cats back to their own territory, but before they leave, they yowl that he was a traitor and that he'd pay for what he did to ThunderClan at Tigerstar, making Sasha ask him why. Tigerstar tells her he was once ThunderClan deputy, but was exiled by their former leader, Bluestar, because she was weak and envious of his strength. He then says that they are now led by Firestar and that they're a menace to the forest. Before Sasha leaves ShadowClan, he asks her if she wants to join them, and when she replies she's not sure, he tells her he will come to her den the next night for her answer.
- He is seen later with other cats in his Clan by Sasha plotting to rule the forest. Sasha flees, realizing that he had lied to her all along. But when she gets back to her temperary den, Tigerstar appears, and asks her if she wants to join the Clan.
- Sasha declines joining ShadowClan. Tigerstar is shocked, citing all the power she would have with him and that every cat would fear them. Sasha wants neither of these things. Tigerstar is disappointed and claims he loves her, but had thought she understood his "destiny" to be leader and rule the forest.
- When Sasha reveals she knows his plans for the Half-Clan cats, his attitude changes abruptly. Tigerstar is scornful of her sympathy for them and insists these cats poison the Clans. Sasha is furious and chastises his actions as not being for the Clans, but his own greed.
- Tigerstar has heard enough. He coldly tells her she could've been more than a kittypet, but from now on all she'll ever be is nothing. He leaves and Sasha never sees him alive again.
- At the end of the book, Sasha is revealed to be pregnant with Tigerstar's kits.
- Sasha has given birth to Tigerstar's kits, Hawk, Moth, and Tadpole. He is seen in her dreams, but she doesn't talk to him because she knows of his true nature.
- When Russetfur brings some prey to Sasha one day, she notices that Hawk looks a lot like Tigerstar, and that it must be his son. Sasha begs her not to tell Tigerstar, but Russetfur informs her that he was killed by the leader of BloodClan. Sasha is relieved and sad at the same time. That night, she tries talking to him in her dreams, but he leaves her.
- After Tadpole dies, Sasha sees Tigerstar in a dream. He tells her that Tadpole is safe, then walks away.
- Sasha tells her kits about their father after they are forced to leave the barn. She doesn't tell them anything bad about him, however.
- Later, when Sasha and her kits have joined RiverClan, Hawkpaw and Mothpaw are seen playing with some bones in the camp. The other cats are shocked by this and Leopardstar tells the kits that the bones are the remnants of the Bonehill, where Tigerstar forced half-Clan cats to fight each other. She tells them all the pain and suffering that he caused.
- When Sasha decides to leave RiverClan and let her kits stay behind, she senses Tigerstar sitting beside her. She knows that her kits will be strong warriors because Tigerstar's blood runs through their veins.
In the Stand-Alone Manga
- Tigerpaw is on a patrol made up of Thistleclaw, Bluefur, and himself, that runs into Tiny while patrolling their border. Thistleclaw thinks he should be chased out, but Bluefur defends him and says that he is only a kit. Thistleclaw says that she was being soft on him because he was a kittypet. He then asks his apprentice, Tigerpaw, what he thought, and Tigerpaw says that he should be taught a lesson. Thistleclaw asks him to attack, and Tigerpaw almost kills Tiny before being stopped by Bluefur, who says that a cat doesn't need to kill to win a battle. Tigerpaw says he was only defending his Clan.
- He again appears when he and Boulder go to Scourge about his enemies and the deal which leads into The Darkest Hour. He is last seen when Scourge kills him with a single blow.
In the Short Stories and Plays
- Smallear says that Fireheart shouldn't have been chosen as deputy, since he was neither the best fighter or the best hunter, and contrasts Tigerclaw's fighting skills to Fireheart's, calling Tigerclaw a "real warrior."
In the Novellas
- When Leopardstar is dying, Mistyfoot protests that she doesn't want to lose her. Leopardstar questions her opinion because of what she did to her and the other half-Clan cats. Mistyfoot remembers being in the rabbit hole when Tigerstar and Leopardstar had joined ShadowClan and RiverClan to create a modern TigerClan.
- Tigerstar had persecuted the half-Clan cats and eventually killed Stonefur via Darkstripe and Blackfoot in a fight. Leopardstar whispers that she does not deserve her forgiveness, but Mistyfoot thinks otherwise and tells her leader that it is all Tigerstar, Darkstripe, and Blackfoot's fault that her brother died.
- Tigerclaw is first seen being exiled from ThunderClan. He promises to kill Fireheart, and that he will raise his kits as his own. He attempts to persuade Dustpelt, Longtail, and Darkstripe to join him, but to no avail. Having a wound in the stomach, he finds it difficult to move, but manages to escape from ThunderClan territory. During his escape, he runs into Blackfoot, Clawface, Tangleburr, Stumpytail, and Snag, the cats who helped him in his attempt to take over ThunderClan.
- Coming Soon
- In an interview with Victoria Holmes, she mentioned that Tigerstar's original name in the first draft of Into the Wild was Hammerclaw, but was changed because cats don't know what hammers are.
- He was named Tigerclaw because of his huge, fearsome claws.
- He is a SkyClan descendant.
- His name was printed "TigerStar" in The Darkest Hour, most likely as a typo.
- He was mistakenly called Firestar in Eclipse.
- He was once mistakenly referred to as Tigerpaw in The Darkest Hour, when Firestar reflected upon how different Ravenpaw seemed now that he no longer had anything to fear from his old mentor.
- In an Erin Hunter Chat, it was revealed that both Sasha and Goldenflower truly did love Tigerstar, but Vicky has stated that, for him, it was more "of a Spiderleg and Daisy kind of relationship".
- In The Darkest Hour and Sunset, he was mistakenly called Tigerclaw.
- Vicky said that Tigerstar's death was the most fun to write.
- He was mistakenly referred to as a she-cat.
- StarClan accepted Tigerstar as a leader because he led ShadowClan well. He made ShadowClan fearsome and strong again. Vicky has said on her Facebook that this will be explained further in The Ultimate Guide.
- He has been mistakenly called black.
- Vicky has stated that his dark ambitions and actions are caused by his natural courage combined with Thistleclaw's mentoring.
- He has been mistakenly described with a black muzzle.
- He has also been seen with a white tinted muzzle.
- He has been mistakenly said to have died in the battle with BloodClan, despite dying days before.
- In The Ultimate Guide, during Tigerclaw's leadership ceremony, he is mistakenly called Tigerstar twice despite not receiving his nine lives yet.
- In a fan letter, Vicky revealed we may learn more about his ancestors in the future Pinestar novella.
- Tigerstar's greatest fear is physical weakness.
Please do not edit this gallery
- Sasha (formerly): Status Unknown
- Goldenflower (formerly): Deceased, Verified StarClan member
- Bramblestar: Living (As of Bramblestar's Storm)
- Hawkfrost: Deceased, No Residence
- Tadpole: Deceased, Residence Unknown
- Swiftbreeze: Deceased, Verified StarClan member
- Sweetbriar: Deceased, Suspected StarClan member
- Tigerheart: Living (As of Bramblestar's Storm)
- Flametail: Deceased, Verified StarClan member
- Alderpaw: Status Unknown
- Two Unnamed Kits: Status Unknown
- Sandstorm: Living (As of Bramblestar's Storm)
- Darkstripe: Deceased, Verified Place of No Stars member
- Sootfur: Deceased, Verified StarClan member
- Rainwhisker: Deceased, Verified StarClan member
- Sorreltail: Deceased, Verified StarClan member
- Graystripe: Living (As of Bramblestar's Storm)
- Squirrelflight: Living (As of Bramblestar's Storm)
- Leafpool: Living (As of Bramblestar's Storm)
- Molepaw: Deceased, Verified StarClan member
- Cinderheart: Living (As of Bramblestar's Storm)
- Honeyfern: Deceased, Verified StarClan member
- Poppyfrost: Living (As of Bramblestar's Storm)
- Stormfur: Living (As of Sign of the Moon)
- Feathertail: Deceased, Verified Tribe of Endless Hunting and StarClan member
- Pine: Living (As of Sign of the Moon)
- Lark: Living (As of Sign of the Moon)
- Briarlight: Living (As of Bramblestar's Storm)
- Blossomfall: Living (As of Bramblestar's Storm)
- Bumblestripe: Living (As of Bramblestar's Storm)
- Lionblaze: Living (As of Bramblestar's Storm)
- Jayfeather: Living (As of Bramblestar's Storm)
- Hollyleaf: Deceased, Verified StarClan member
- Molewhisker: Living (As of Bramblestar's Storm)
- Cherryfall: Living (As of Bramblestar's Storm)
- Seedpaw: Deceased, Verified StarClan member
- Lilyheart: Living (As of Bramblestar's Storm)
- Fernsong: Living (As of Bramblestar's Storm)
- Hollytuft: Living (As of Bramblestar's Storm)
- Sorrelstripe: Living (As of Bramblestar's Storm)
- Leafkit: Status Unknown
- Honeykit: Status Unknown
- Larkkit: Status Unknown
- Cloudstar: Deceased, Verified SkyClan ancestor
- Gorseclaw: Deceased, Verified SkyClan ancestor
- Birdflight: Deceased, Verified SkyClan ancestor
- Spottedpelt: Deceased, Verified SkyClan ancestor
= Gender Unknown
- "May StarClan walk your path! Thanks for rescuing me! ShadowClan will always be my friends! One day I'll help you, too!"
- —Tigerkit to the ShadowClan warriors Code of the Clans, page 122
- "That cat should not have survived. This was never meant to happen."
- —Goosefeather about Tigerkit Bluestar's Prophecy, page 394
- Tigerclaw: "Remember me to StarClan, Bluestar."
- Bluestar: "Tigerclaw, what is this? I'm the leader of your Clan, or have you forgotten?"
- Forest of Secrets, pages 273-274
- "Keep your eyes open, Fireheart. Keep your ears pricked. Keep looking behind you. Because one day I'll find you, and then you'll be crow-food."
- —Tigerclaw Forest of Secrets, page 289
- "The cats you're talking about poison the Clans with their impure blood! How can warriors be strong if they don't know where their loyalties lie?"
- —Tigerstar to Sasha on Half-Clan and non-Clanborn cats Escape from the Forest, page 3
- "You see, Firestar? I am even more powerful than StarClan, for I have changed the Clans in the forest from four to two. TigerClan and BloodClan will rule together."
- —Tigerstar to Firestar the day he dies The Darkest Hour, page 227
- "Tigerstar was a great warrior. He was the strongest cat in the forest and the best fighter. I thought he would be the next leader of ThunderClan."
- —Longtail about Tigerstar Outcast, page 28
- "All traitors deserve to die!"
- —Tigerstar to Lionblaze Long Shadows, page 50
|Tigerpaw's Apprentice Ceremony|
|Tigerclaw's Deputy Ceremony|
|Tigerstar's Leader Ceremony|
|Reference: The Ultimate Guide, pages 90-96|
References and Citations
- ↑ Revealed in Fading Echoes, page 230
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Revealed in Into the Wild, allegiances
- ↑ Revealed in Rising Storm, page 315
- ↑ Revealed in The Darkest Hour, page 136
- ↑ Revealed in Forest of Secrets
- ↑ Revealed in Bluestar's Prophecy, page 260
- ↑ Revealed in The Darkest Hour, page 234
- ↑ Revealed in The Darkest Hour, page 233
- ↑ Revealed in Starlight, page 208
- ↑ Revealed in The Last Hope, page 324
- ↑ Revealed on Kate's official blog
- ↑ 12.0 12.1 12.2 12.3 Revealed in Bluestar's Prophecy, page 266
- ↑ Revealed in Bluestar's Prophecy, page 385
- ↑ Revealed in Into the Wild, page 94
- ↑ 15.0 15.1 15.2 Revealed in Into the Wild, page 199
- ↑ Revealed in Rising Storm, page 184
- ↑ 17.0 17.1 Revealed in A Dangerous Path, page 6
- ↑ Revealed in The Last Hope, page Chapter 1
- ↑ Revealed in The Rise of Scourge, page 31
- ↑ Revealed in Into the Wild, page 52
- ↑ Revealed in Into the Wild, page 39
- ↑ Revealed in Into the Wild, page 56
- ↑ Revealed in Forest of Secrets, page 297
- ↑ Revealed in Firestar's Quest, allegiances
- ↑ Revealed in Battles of the Clans, page 108
- ↑ Revealed in Bluestar's Prophecy, page 360
- ↑ 27.0 27.1 Revealed in Code of the Clans, page 150
- ↑ Revealed in Sunrise, page 8
- ↑ Revealed in Into the Wild, page 89
- ↑ Revealed in Rising Storm, page 185
- ↑ Revealed in Into the Wild, page 46
- ↑ Revealed in Fire and Ice, page 6
- ↑ Revealed in Tigerclaw's Fury, page 36
- ↑ Revealed in Into the Wild, page 151
- ↑ Revealed in Into the Wild, page 3
- ↑ Revealed in Into the Wild, page 45
- ↑ Revealed in Fading Echoes, page 256
- ↑ Revealed in an interview with Victoria Holmes
- ↑ 39.0 39.1 39.2 39.3 39.4 Revealed to be a in Erin Hunter Chat 4, undefined
- ↑ Revealed in Spottedleaf's Honest Answer
- ↑ Revealed in The Darkest Hour, page 197
- ↑ Revealed in Eclipse, page 105
- ↑ Revealed in The Darkest Hour, page 157
- ↑ Revealed to be a in Erin Hunter Chat 3, undefined
- ↑ Revealed on Vicky's facebook page
- ↑ Revealed in The Darkest Hour, page 125
- ↑ Revealed to be a in Erin Hunter Chat 2, undefined
- ↑ Revealed in Forest of Secrets, page 9
- ↑ Revealed to be a in Erin Hunter Answers Your Questions Summer 2011, undefined
- ↑ Revealed on Vicky's Facebook page.
- ↑ Revealed in The Darkest Hour, page 161
- ↑ Revealed to be a in Erin Hunter Answers Your Questions Fall 2010, undefined
- ↑ Revealed in Into the Wild, page 2
- ↑ Shown on Tigerstar's page of Cats of the Clans
- ↑ Revealed in Mistystar's Omen, chapter 1
- ↑ Revealed in The Ultimate Guide, page 83
- ↑ Revealed in The Ultimate Guide, page 89
- ↑ Revealed in The Ultimate Guide, page 91
- ↑ Revealed in a letter from Victoria Holmes
- ↑ Revealed onVicky's Facebook Page
- ↑ Revealed in Return to the Clans, page 22
- ↑ 62.0 62.1 62.2 Revealed in Rising Storm, pages 19-20
- ↑ 63.0 63.1 Revealed in Moonrise, page 258
- ↑ Revealed in Return to the Clans, page 2
- ↑ 65.0 65.1 65.2 65.3 65.4 65.5 Revealed in Bluestar's Prophecy, page 362
- ↑ Revealed in Bluestar's Prophecy, page 47
- ↑ 67.0 67.1 67.2 Revealed in Dark River, pages 20-21
- ↑ 68.0 68.1 68.2 68.3 68.4 68.5 68.6 68.7 68.8 Revealed on Kate's blog
- ↑ 69.0 69.1 Revealed on Vicky's facebook page
- ↑ Revealed on Vicky's facebook page
- ↑ 71.0 71.1 71.2 Revealed in Firestar's Quest, page 100
- ↑ 72.0 72.1 Revealed in Firestar's Quest, page 509
- ↑ 73.0 73.1 73.2 73.3 Revealed in Sunset, page 27
- ↑ 74.0 74.1 Revealed in Firestar's Quest, page 39
- ↑ 75.0 75.1 Revealed in Sign of the Moon, page 2
- ↑ 76.0 76.1 76.2 Revealed in Outcast, page 159
- ↑ 77.0 77.1 77.2 Revealed in Sunrise, page 251
- ↑ 78.0 78.1 Revealed in The Fourth Apprentice, page 299
- ↑ 79.0 79.1 Revealed in The Forgotten Warrior, page 146
- ↑ 80.0 80.1 80.2 Revealed in Bramblestar's Storm, page 478