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Ravenpaw's Farewell

Ravenpaw's Farewell was released on 26 January 2016, and is the ninth of many novellas which have been released by HarperCollins. This, alongside Goosefeather's Curse and Mapleshade's Vengeance are also released in a novel titled Shadows of the Clans.

Moons after the Clans leaving the forest due to the destruction, Ravenpaw and Barley decide to visit the remains of the woods. They run across Violet, who introduces her kits to Barley. They come across the kits a few moons later, who are almost fully grown. The kits, Riley and Bella, hearing about Clan life, demand to join the Clans. Ravenpaw tells them that the Clans are gone, but realizes that one Clan still remains - SkyClan. Ravenpaw brings the two kits on a journey to join SkyClan, and after several obstacles, the journey seems to be successful, as Riley and Bella join as apprentices. However, this quest proves to be the end of Ravenpaw, as he eventually slips into death due to severe stomach pains in his body.

The Apprentice's Quest

The Apprentice's Quest was released 15 March 2016 and is the first book in the Vision of Shadows Arc.

There is a new apprentice named Alderpaw, the son of Bramblestar and Squirrelflight. However, Alderpaw begins to have very strange dreams that only Sandstorm can make sense of. To find out what these dreams are telling him, he must embark on a very long and difficult quest that only two cats have ever made before, and he does not know what he will find at the end of it.
The Apprentice's Quest released.

02 April 2016 The Apprentice's Quest is released! Make sure to get your copies on Amazon, iBooks, Google Play, or wherever books are sold. Appledashyou're breaking my heart 05:41, April 2, 2016 (UTC)

Moth Flight's Vision released.

03 November 2015 - The newest Super Edition, titled Moth Flight's Vision, is finally released! Make sure to get your copies wherever books are sold. Appledashyou're breaking my heart

Goosefeather's Curse and Path of Stars released.

01 September 2015 - The two latest books - the newest novella and the last edition in the DOTC series are now available! Be sure to get your copies! You can get Goosefeather's Curse on Amazon or iBooks, and Path of Stars is available wherever books are sold. Appledashyou're breaking my heart 00:36, September 2, 2015 (UTC)

New Covers released and announced, The Apprentice's Quest announced, Goosefeather's Curse, Path of Stars, to be released.

21 July 2015 - The new covers for the Power of Three books are now officially released! Check your local book stores to see if they have them in stock. The new covers of Omen of the Stars will be released on November 3rd, 2015. Goosefeather's Curse is to be released on September 1st, 2015, along with Path of Stars. And the 6th series has been announced, called Vision of Shadows, with The Apprentice's Quest being the first book to be released on March 16th, 2016. Appledashyou're breaking my heart 17:05, July 21, 2015 (UTC)

Mapleshade's Vengeance and A Forest Divided to be released.

04 March 2015 - Mapleshade's Vengeance, A Forest Divided, and the new cover re-releases of the first two arcs of Warriors are due for release within the next month! Be sure to get your copies! Snow La question c'est voulez-vous? <  > 21:46, March 4, 2015 (UTC)

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Leafpool's Wish is fifth book in the Novellas arc, written by Victoria Holmes. This book was released on April 22nd, 2014.

In this novella, Leafpool finds out she is expecting kits. Not just any kits - Crowfeather's kits. But how can the kits of the ThunderClan medicine cat and a WindClan warrior survive? And how can Leafpool raise them on her own while serving as ThunderClan's medicine cat? The answer is, she can't. She needs to confide in one cat who had been closest to her all her life, even when she was far away ... But Squirrelflight truly wants to help Leafpool, but can't if it means lying to Brambleclaw about claiming Leafpool's kits to be her own. Leafpool travels out of the territory to give birth to her kits, and is joined by Squirrelflight. She names her kits Jaykit, Lionkit, and Hollykit. She feels a close, unusual bond to Jaykit, whom she realizes is blind. Yellowfang is able to convince Squirrelflight to keep these kits for her own, as they belong in ThunderClan and Leafpool cannot raise them. Squirrelflight realizes that she loves the kits as much as Leafpool does, and accepts to raise them. As they travel back to ThunderClan, Leafpool convinces herself that she is not their mother. She watches the kits be accepted by ThunderClan, telling them to live on in her heart.
Medicine Cat
A Medicine Cat is a cat who is trained in the arts of healing and can communicate with StarClan in order to tend to their Clan.

The first medicine cats of the Clans were Mothflight, Pebbleheart, Cloudspots, Dapplepelt, and Micah. Together, they found the Moonstone and were able to communicate with StarClan. Ever since the medicine cats have been found, medicine cats took on apprentices to learn after them. Medicine cats are trained in the knowledge of healing. They know what all herbs are, and what they are used to heal. They know how to treat several injuries and extract poison. They tend to their Clan after battles, and are usually the cat consulted most often by the Clan leader.

Medicine cats have a special ability to communicate with StarClan. Two times a month, they visit the Moonpool (in the old forest, they used to visit the Moonstone) in order to share tongues with StarClan and to talk to the other medicine cats, who all come to the Moonpool that night. There are no rivalries between medicine cats, and they are kept away from Clan rivalries as well, meaning they are obligated to treat whomever, regardless of where they come from. Medicine cats cannot have a mate or kits, although this rule has been broken several times - examples as Yellowfang and Leafpool. However, some medicine cats are able to follow this rule, such as Cinderpelt, but that did not stop her or Spottedleaf from having romantic feelings. Some cats may become medicine cats if they have a disability that prevents them from becoming a warrior, such as Jayfeather and Goosefeather. Medicine cats are deeply respected by all their Clanmates, and few dare to disagree with them. They are given prophecies and omens that can often tell the future.
Crowfeather is a small, sleek smoky-gray, almost black tom, with blue eyes and long limbs. He is a WindClan warrior.
In Midnight, he is chosen by Deadfoot to be the cat to represent WindClan on the journey to the sun-drown place. Several cats from StarClan disagree with Deadfoot's choice, as he is an apprentice at that time, but Deadfoot defends his case, stating that this cat could be the next leader of WindClan.
As a ThunderClan patrol consisting of Brambleclaw, Dustpelt, and Squirrelpaw catch Crowpaw chasing a vole across the border. Brambleclaw accuses Crowpaw of stealing prey, and Crowpaw attacks Brambleclaw. Onewhisker pulls Crowpaw off of Brambleclaw, and apologizes to Brambleclaw. Crowpaw's mentor, Mudclaw, scowls at the patrol. When the chosen cats consisting of Feathertail, Brambleclaw, and Tawnypelt meet at the Fourtrees to discuss a dream they had received from StarClan warriors telling them to see midnight, Crowpaw is rude towards Squirrelpaw who had also come. He almost attacks Squirrelpaw due to her feisty nature offending him, but Brambleclaw stops him. Midnight passes, and there is no sign of the message they are supposed to receive. Crowpaw is the first to leave the fourtrees, thinking the dream wasn't real. The questing cats agree to set out on a journey to a place in a dream that Brambleclaw had, and Ravenpaw confirms it was real. Although hesitant, Crowpaw agrees to go after being convinced by Feathertail and Stormfur, who is also going on the journey. They cross a Twolegplace, where Squirrelpaw, who had also come, gets stuck in a gap in a fence. Squirrelpaw tries to squeeze her way out, and Crowpaw, Brambleclaw, and Stormfur argue about ways to get her out. However, Tawnypelt and Feathertail had gotten Squirrelpaw out during the toms' argument. During the journey, Crowpaw is hostile and has a barbed tongue, especially when following the loner Purdy, doubting he knows where to go. Crowpaw is quick to argue and doesn't love following orders from Brambleclaw, the unofficially elected leader of the group. Crowpaw is the last to receive his saltwater sign, in which the other cats had received a taste of salt water. During the journey, he manages to establish a close friendship with the other cats despite his prickly nature, especially Feathertail. When they finally reach the sun-drown place, they find Midnight. To their surprise, Midnight is actually a badger. Crowpaw is ready to defend his friends, thinking that Midnight is hostile, but relaxes when Midnight reveals she is not. Midnight comments on how Crowpaw is short-tempered, but thinks that StarClan chose well. She tells the cats that their homes will be destroyed by Twolegs, and they must find a new place to live. Crowpaw doesn't believe her, snorting that when he tells Tallstar, he would die laughing. However, Midnight is able to convince them that she is right. The traveling cats, worried, leave quickly to try to warn their Clans.
In Moonrise, Midnight advises them to cross the mountains to go home. Prior to leaving, they catch prey, but then run into foxes. Crowpaw is quick to defend Feathertail, but Midnight, able to speak the language of foxes, is able to convince them to leave. When they argue about either going home through the mountains or Twolegplace, Crowpaw votes for the mountains, not wanting to cross through Twolegplace again. During the journey to the mountains, Crowpaw's affection towards Feathertail increases, and the feeling is mutual for Feathertail as well. When Feathertail slips into a stream, Crowpaw saves her, telling her that she does not have nine lives to spare. They meet the Tribe of Rushing Water, who guides them to their cave and cares for them. As Stormfur grows closer to the Tribe, Crowpaw questions his loyalty to the Clans. When the Tribe take Stormfur prisoner, believing he is the 'silver cat' to save the Tribe from Sharptooth, a mountain lion, Crowpaw is ready to fight to save his friend, despite their arguments before, as he feels the same bond with the other cats. Crowpaw spits that he would rather die fighting than being trapped. The cats leave, intending to rescue Stormfur that night. Crowpaw asks Feathertail if they will continue to see each other when they get back to the Clans. He states that he wants to be loyal to his Clan, but has never met a cat like Feathertail. Feathertail realizes that she feels the same. In a fight with Sharptooth as they go to rescue Stormfur, Crowpaw is cornered by the vicious cougar. Feathertail realizes that she is the silver cat to save the Tribe, but also to save Crowpaw. Feathertail leaps towards the top of the cave, holding onto a sharp piece of rock. She falls down with the impact of the rock, piercing Sharptooth with the sharp edge. Feathertail lays on the floor, dying from the fall. Crowpaw rushes over to save her, but it is too late. Feathertail tells Crowpaw that she will always be with him. When she is buried, Crowpaw and Stormfur mourn together, along with the other cats. Crowpaw and Stormfur start growing closer due to their shared grief for Feathertail.
In Dawn, when the traveling cats reach the Clans, Crowpaw runs into Webfoot on WindClan territory. When Webfoot starts to take him to leave, Crowpaw asks if he can say goodbye to his friends first. He affectionately says goodbye to all of them, and confirms that they will meet at Fourtrees on the Great Rock due to Midnight's words, along with their leaders. Webfoot overhears them, and tells them that Fourtrees' oaks had been ripped out of the ground due to Twolegs. Crowpaw is surprised, but still insists that they meet there. At the Fourtrees with their leaders, there is no sign of Midnight's message, leaving the cats to depart to their own Clan. When Tallstar goes to ThunderClan along with Onewhisker and Tornear, Squirrelpaw asks Tornear about Crowpaw. Tornear tells her that he had caught a huge bird to feed almost the entire Clan, with pride in his voice. Crowpaw comes to ShadowClan's aid when their camp is being overthrown by Twolegs. He is able to rescue several cats, and when heading home with the ShadowClan cats, he recklessly runs over a Thunderpath. Furious with his carelessness, Squirrelpaw and Brambleclaw help him. Crowpaw hisses that if he had died, he would've been with Feathertail in StarClan. The cats begin a journey to their new home, realizing they cannot stay in the forest or every single one of them would die. Crowpaw, along with Squirrelpaw, Brambleclaw, Tawnypelt, and Stormfur lead the journey to their new home. However, instead of their new home, they follow the sun to find Midnight, wondering if she could tell them where their new home was. When they reach Highstones, the Clan leaders, Firestar, Blackstar, Leopardstar, and Tallstar go inside Mouthermouth to the Moonstone in order to share tongues with StarClan. Crowpaw sits with the others on Highstones when they see a shooting star heading towards the horizon over the mountains. They realize that that was the sign - the "dying warrior" who would show them to their new home. When they cross the mountains, Crowpaw is seen as a brave apprentice, helping several cats cross the mountains due to his confidence and caring over the cats. They reach the Tribe of Rushing Water, who is extremely thankful towards them for Feathertail saving the Tribe by killing Sharptooth. During their stay in the cave, Tallstar is ready to make Crowpaw a warrior. Crowpaw asks if he can choose his own warrior name, and when Tallstar grants him permission, Crowpaw chooses Crowfeather over his love for Feathertail. Tallstar understands his grief for Feathertail, and names him Crowfeather. After being congratulated warmly by all of the cats, especially the cats who he journeyed with to the sun-drown place, Crowfeather keeps vigil by Feathertail's grave. When Stormfur decides to stay behind with the Tribe instead of continuing their journey to their new home, Crowfeather is upset, as Stormfur was one of his friends, but understands that he wants to stay with the cat he had grown so close to, Brook.
In Starlight the Clans reach their new home when they see a lake full with all of the spirits of StarClan. They stay in a place full with marshes when Squirrelpaw receives her warrior name, Squirrelflight. Crowfeather is happy for her as she is one of Crowfeather's closest friends. Together, Crowfeather, Squirrelflight, Brambleclaw, Tawnypelt, and Mistyfoot, the representative of RiverClan, go around the lake to search for homes for their Clans. When they reach moorland, Crowfeather instantly darts over, looking for a camp for WindClan to stay. He reports back with the patrol as they reach the marshes again, reporting what they had seen. As they stay in the marshes, Tallstar, the WindClan leader, dies. Prior to his death, he names Onewhisker as the replacement for deputy for WindClan, demoting Mudclaw. When Firestar announces Tallstar's decision, stating that Brambleclaw was there to listen, Crowfeather believes Brambleclaw, as he knows the dark tabby would never lie. Crowfeather vouches his support for Onewhisker, calling him Onestar. As Onewhisker chooses a deputy, Brambleclaw wonders if it will be Crowfeather, as he is watching Onewhisker intently. Brambleclaw shakes it away, realizing that Crowfeather is too young and never had an apprentice. Onewhisker names Ashfoot, Crowfeather's mother, his deputy. Crowfeather bounds over to his mother and congratulates her warmly. As the Clans depart to their new territory, Crowfeather says goodbye to the cats who traveled to the sun-drown place, although he will never forget the friendship they established. During the book, Crowfeather seems to grow closer towards Leafpool, the ThunderClan medicine cat apprentice, which Cinderpelt spots. She warns Leafpool to remember that medicine cats cannot have romantic feelings, and Leafpool denies that she has any for Crowfeather. When Mudclaw throws a rebellion over Onewhisker, Crowfeather fights on Onewhisker's side. He chases two ShadowClan warriors back to the ThunderClan camp, in which he sees Leafpool dangling over the end of the stone hollow which marked the ThunderClan camp. Crowfeather, thinking about Feathertail, realizes that he couldn't save her, and thinks he is unable to save Leafpool. Leafpool begs for him to help her, and Crowfeather helps her up. Leafpool thanks Crowfeather, and Crowfeather tells her that she walks in his dreams, confessing his love for her. Leafpool realizes that she loves him as well, and the two cats unite in their love.
In Twilight, Leafpool continues to be distracted over her love for Crowfeather, along with him as well. They start to meet secretly, and constantly look out for each other at Gatherings. When Squirrelflight comes back to camp after visiting WindClan, Leafpool asks her if she had seen Crowfeather, almost betraying her love for the tom. They dream of each other, and Crowfeather misses Leafpool at a meeting at twilight. Crowfeather asks Leafpool if they could run away together, but Leafpool is hesitant. Crowfeather and Leafpool meet each other at a stream, playing together, when Cinderpelt leaps out, catching the two. Crowfeather steps back while Cinderpelt states that she is not surprised, commenting that she had seen the two looking at each other at Gatherings. Leafpool runs away to the Moonpool, in which she receives guidance from Spottedleaf. Spottedleaf tells her to follow her heart, and Leafpool thinks that means she should run away with Crowfeather. The two do run away together, but before they leave Clan territory, they come to Midnight, who warns them that her kin are vengeful towards the Clans. Crowfeather and Leafpool continue to journey together, but the next morning, they realize they must save their Clans. Crowfeather fights with ThunderClan, but rushes to help Cinderpelt as she dies. Leafpool apologizes fervently for running away, realizing that this would not have happened if she stayed.
In Sunset, Leafpool says goodbye to Crowfeather, as she cannot leave her Clan again. Crowfeather understands that her heart lies with ThunderClan, and not with him. Crowfeather tells her that he will always love her, and will never forget her. Leafpool agrees sadly, but tells him she loves him more than he will ever know. Some of Crowfeather's Clanmates are angry with him, but he is accepted by WindClan as he goes home with them. Leafpool meets with Spottedleaf in her dreams, confessing that she still loves Crowfeather as much as she did before.
In the third series, the Power of Three, Crowfeather has a new mate, Nightcloud, to prove his loyalty to WindClan, and a son, Breezepaw. It is noted that he and Breezepaw are not especially close, as Crowfeather is unable to connect with his son, however he is not neglecting him, but is simply unable to communicate with him as he had never really loved his mother. In The Sight, when Breezepaw almost drowns in sand, Crowfeather desperately saves him, and Leafpool tends to him in her den, much to the awkwardness between the both of them. Nightcloud notices this, and presses closer to Crowfeather. Leafpool tells Crowfeather she would do anything to save his son. In Outcast, he and Breezepaw go together to help the Tribe of Rushing Water after rogues attack them and steal their prey. In Sunrise, Hollyleaf reveals that Squirrelflight and Brambleclaw are not their actual parents, but Crowfeather and Leafpool are. When Leafpool apologizes to Crowfeather, Crowfeather lies, saying she means nothing to him anymore.
In the fourth series, Omen of the Stars, Breezepaw, now Breezepelt, grows farther and farther away from Crowfeather as he has other kids now. In Fading Echoes, Breezepelt notes that he will get revenge on Crowfeather. In The Last Hope, Crowfeather reconciles with Leafpool and his children, Lionblaze and Jayfeather. He mourns his dead daughter, Hollyleaf.
In Secrets of the Clans, Crowfeather is the one to show the narrator around the WindClan camp. He also narrates the section in which he confesses his love for Leafpool.
In Leafpool's Wish, he tries to meet with Leafpool, but Leafpool sends him away. She wonders if her kits can hear that she is sending their father away.
Tui Sutherland
Tui Sutherland is one of the authors of the Warriors books who writes alongside with Kate Cary, Cherith Baldry, and Victoria Holmes under the pen name Erin Hunter. Tui wrote Secrets of the Clans.

Tui was named after a noisy New Zealand bird, and was born in Venezuela, in the year 1978. After graduating college, she became an editor in New York, and later on became a writer. She has worked under many pseudonyms, and generally writes children's books. She appeared on the gameshow Jeopardy! where she won on her first and second episodes. On her third episode, she came in second. Tui currently resides in Boston, Massachusetts.

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