Remember Lilywhisker from Tallstar's Revenge? You know, the elder with the hind leg?
She's in the Dark Forest. Why, you may ask? According to Su (please note that Su is not an Erin!), Vicky said that "[Lilywhisker] went to the Dark Forest due to being furious about her broken leg, and being unable to accept her fate."
Well... that seems pretty weird, doesn't it? She never seemed furious in Tallstar's Revenge. I'm just going to express my opinion about this.
For now, I think that Lilywhisker in the Dark Forest is unnecessary and pretty silly, too. She was actually quite nice, in my opinion, when I read Tallstar's Revenge. Please note that I am aware that the reason why Lilywhisker (and Brightflower, for that matter too) are currently secrets. S…Read more >
What is the best way for a leader to lose his or her final life in Warriors?
Please Note: If any of this information has any disrespectful tone to it, I apologize, as it is unintentional. Please let me know (preferably on my talk page) and I will take a look at it.
Wow, I have not made a blog post in quite a while. How's everybody doing? Anyway, this debate is just a curious one. So we all know that no cat lives forever (Well, maybe except for Rock). They have all lost their lives in many different ways.
A leader could lose their final life due to something as simple as Greencough , something as foolish as intentionally ingesting an unknown/rotten foodstuff despite warning signs, something as sad as old age, or something as crazy as a battle a…
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This was a sudden thought of mine. I've always been so irritated about people saying that permanent queens, mostly Daisy and Ferncloud are useless. And my question is... why? Admittedly, I used to think they were useless as well, but honestly, I can't judge. Yes, Daisy was very paranoid, and complained a lot. Yes, Ferncloud spent more time as a nursery queen than a warrior. No, neither of them are useless, and I'm very pissed off at the fact that Ferncloud was killed off because of fan demand. I really wish that she didn't die, only because fans wanted her to die. However, it makes a little bit of sense because she was in series one and would have been pretty old by now. At least she's in StarClan with Dustpelt now.
These are the reasons I u…
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Yep, it's out. Goosefeather's Curse, that awesome e-book. I was so thrilled I accidentally bought it without mom's purrmission. Thank god I wasn't in much trouble. Anyway, before I started, I'm going to say that this will involve spoilers. (Duh!) So if you get mad at me for spoiling the book for you, hell, don't even blame me; you're the one who didn't listen. Just... don't blame me for spoiling.
I thought the storyline was rather interesting. We see things from Goosekit/paw/feather's PoV instead of Bluekit/paw/star's PoV. From the latter's point of view, it felt as if we were told to dislike Goosefeather, like how usually in the books, they try to make us interpret ShadowClan as stereotypical bad guys. But in my opinion, this book made me un…
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There have been multiple controversies about related cats mating or seemingly like mates (Or have almost become mates) such as Dustpelt and Ferncloud (uncle to niece); Bramblestar and Squirrelflight (second/distant cousins); Ashfur and Squirrelflight (half uncle to half niece); Willowpelt and Patchpelt; Squirrelpaw and Shrewpaw (cousins); Foxleap and [[Rosepetal] (uncle and niece); and Spottedleaf and Firestar (aunt to nephew in-law). Because of the controversies, people have started to hate the pairings, whether they really got together or not. But... what's wrong with them? Seriously! Yes, I know incest is wrong, but think about it. They're fictional cats in a fictional world. Plus, they need to repopulate their Clans! Besides, none of …Read more >