History LIterature / WarriorCats

1st Feb '16 3:02:18 PM Amberlu
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There are currently five six-book [[MythArc arcs]] available, as a soon to come sixth arc.
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There are currently five six-book [[MythArc arcs]] available, as well as a soon to come sixth arc.
1st Feb '16 2:57:09 PM Amberlu
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There are currently five six-book [[MythArc arcs]] available, four of which are complete, and one that is half-finished.
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There are currently five six-book [[MythArc arcs]] available, four of which are complete, and one that is half-finished. as a soon to come sixth arc.
30th Jan '16 12:13:38 PM Amberlu
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** Clear Sky gives one to Jagged Peak, who already had self esteem issues.

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** In A Forest Divided, [[spoiler: After several arguments, Thunder and his friends leave Clear Sky's group, (Future SkyClan), and eventually found their own group, ThunderClan. ]]
13th Jan '16 9:48:30 AM szopaw
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** On the other hand, [[spoiler: Rock claims to have seen the whole future in a vision and the one making sure it plays out exactly as it's supposed to. And it does. He's the source of all StarClan prophecies, who themselves have no clairvoyance. So you might say that any signs of free will are simply come from StarClan not knowing the original vision.]]
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** On the other hand, [[spoiler: Rock claims to have seen the whole future in a vision and is the one making sure it plays out exactly as it's supposed to. And it does. He's the source of all StarClan prophecies, who themselves have no clairvoyance. So you might say that any signs of free will are simply come from StarClan not knowing the original vision.]]
13th Jan '16 9:47:11 AM szopaw
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** On the other hand, [[spoiler: Rock claims to have seen the whole future in a vision and the one making sure it plays out exactly as it's supposed to. And it does. He's the source of all StarClan prophecies, who themselves have no clairvoyance. So you might say that any signs of free will are simply come from StarClan not knowing the original vision.]]
27th Nov '15 4:28:43 PM Earriorwatcher
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** The first book mentioning the founding leaders referred to them with proper Clan names: Thunderstar, Shadowstar, and so on. When they appeared in later books without the "star" on their name, it was retconned that the "star" part in Clan leaders' names came later on and that the founding leaders only get called "Thunderstar"/etc to show them respect. And even later, in ''Dawn of the Clans'', it's revealed that, aside from Thunder, that's only part of their name: Shadow is Tall Shadow, River is River Ripple, and Wind is Wind Runner. ** ''Secrets of the Clans'', the first official guidebook, states very clearly that there were originally four clans. In ''Firestar's Quest'', published about a year later, it's revealed that there were originally five clans. All material published after the release of ''Firestar's Quest'', including the other guidebooks, also says there were five to begin with; this includes the whole series about the origins of the Clans.
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** The first book mentioning the founding leaders referred to them with proper Clan names: Thunderstar, Shadowstar, and so on. When they appeared in later books without the "star" on their name, it was retconned that the "star" part in Clan leaders' names came later on and that the founding leaders only get called "Thunderstar"/etc to show them respect. And even later, in ''Dawn of the Clans'', it's revealed that, aside from Thunder, that's only part of their name: Shadow is Tall Shadow, River is River Ripple, and Wind is Wind Runner. Runner. Then it was retconned again that they were given the "star" names (and the nine lives that go with them) midway through their careers, but didn't have them when the Clans were formed. ** ''Secrets of the Clans'', the first official guidebook, states very clearly that there were originally four clans. In ''Firestar's Quest'', published about a year later, it's revealed that there were originally five clans. All material published after the release of ''Firestar's Quest'', including the other guidebooks, also says there were five to begin with; this includes the whole series about the origins of the Clans. [[JustifiedTrope Justified]], as ''Secrets of the Clans'' was a collection of stories told by elders after the second arc--and by the time those stories were told, nobody remembered that the fifth clan had ever existed.
16th Nov '15 12:38:06 PM eroock
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* ACrackInTheIce: In ''Night Whispers'', [[spoiler:Flametail]] falls through some thin ice and drowns.

* ADayInTheLimelight: Several minor and supporting characters get to star in their own spinoff books. ** Half of ''Moonrise'' was told by Feathertail and Stormfur, who haven't been narrators since. ** The first spin-off based instance of this was ''Graystripe's Adventure'', a three book long OEL Manga series starring Graystripe. It explained what happened to him between ''Dawn'', [[spoiler:where he was captured by Twolegs]] and ''The Sight'', [[spoiler:where he showed up on the Gathering Island with a new mate named Millie.]] ** ''The Rise of Scourge'' was a {{prequel}} manga explaining how the popular villain [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Scourge rose to power]]. ** The four prequel Super Editions (''Bluestar's Prophecy'', ''Crookedstar's Promise'', ''Yellowfang's Secret'', and ''Tallstar's Revenge'') explain how three of the Original Series leaders and one medicine cat gained their positions. ** ''Tigerstar and Sasha'' was a manga explaining the motivations of minor character Sasha. ** ''Ravenpaw's Path'' explained how Ravenpaw and Barley were the only ones who could save [=ThunderClan=] from Neo [=BloodClan=] [[{{Filler}} or something]]. ** The e-books often deal with these: ''Mistystar's Omen'' and ''Cloudstar's Journey'' deal with the struggles of two well-known Clan leaders, ''Mapleshade's Vengeance'' details a villain's backstory, and ''Goosefeather's Curse'' also focuses on a minor character from the prequel Super Editions. ** ''Night Whispers'', a main series book, gave the [=ShadowClan=] medicine cat Flametail a handful of chapters, while also having a plot that focused heavily on [=ShadowClan=]. ** Leafstar got one in ''[=SkyClan=]'s Destiny'' and again in ''[=SkyClan=] and the Stranger''. The former also gave some chapters to formerly minor character Stick, while the later had an increased focus on [[spoiler:recurring main series antagonist Sol.]] ** The 2015 Super Edition is apparently going to be about Mothflight, who has appeared for all of seven pages so far. Her time has come.

* ADayInTheLimelight: Several minor and supporting characters get AllGenesAreCoDominant: According to star in their own spinoff books. ** Half of ''Moonrise'' was told by Feathertail and Stormfur, who haven't feline genetics Hollyleaf should have been narrators since. ** The first spin-off based instance of this was ''Graystripe's Adventure'', a three book long OEL Manga series starring Graystripe. It explained what happened to him between ''Dawn'', [[spoiler:where he was captured by Twolegs]] and ''The Sight'', [[spoiler:where he showed up on tortie. There's much more, but in general cat genetics are a lot more complicated than the Gathering Island with a new mate named Millie.]] ** ''The Rise of Scourge'' was a {{prequel}} manga explaining how the popular villain [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Scourge rose to power]]. ** The four prequel Super Editions (''Bluestar's Prophecy'', ''Crookedstar's Promise'', ''Yellowfang's Secret'', and ''Tallstar's Revenge'') explain how three of the Original Series leaders and one medicine Erins know about. They even admit they don't know poop about cat gained their positions. coat genetics. ** ''Tigerstar and Sasha'' was There are multiple male tortoiseshells in ''Warriors'', which are incredibly rare (about a manga explaining the motivations of minor character Sasha. ** ''Ravenpaw's Path'' explained how Ravenpaw and Barley were the only ones who could save [=ThunderClan=] from Neo [=BloodClan=] [[{{Filler}} or something]]. ** The e-books often deal with these: ''Mistystar's Omen'' and ''Cloudstar's Journey'' deal with the struggles of two well-known Clan leaders, ''Mapleshade's Vengeance'' details a villain's backstory, and ''Goosefeather's Curse'' also focuses on a minor character from the prequel Super Editions. ** ''Night Whispers'', a main series book, gave the [=ShadowClan=] medicine cat Flametail a handful of chapters, while also having a plot that focused heavily on [=ShadowClan=]. ** Leafstar got one in ''[=SkyClan=]'s Destiny'' and again in ''[=SkyClan=] and the Stranger''. The former three thousand chance). At least one of them, Redtail, is also gave some chapters to formerly minor character Stick, while the later had an increased focus on [[spoiler:recurring main series antagonist Sol.]] ** The 2015 Super Edition is apparently going to be about Mothflight, who has appeared for a father, despite almost all of seven pages so far. Her time has come.male tortoiseshells being sterile.

* AllGenesAreCoDominant: According to feline genetics Hollyleaf should have been a tortie. There's much more, but in general cat genetics are a lot more complicated than the Erins know about. They even admit they don't know poop about cat coat genetics. ** There are multiple male tortoiseshells in ''Warriors'', which are incredibly rare (about a one in three thousand chance). At least one of them, Redtail, is also a father, despite almost all male tortoiseshells being sterile.

* AwesomeMcCoolName: Tigerheart, Sunfall, Hawkfrost, Talon of Swooping Eagle, the list goes on. * AwesomeMomentOfCrowning: The leader ceremonies.

* AStormIsComing: ** In the prologue of ''Dark River'', cats feel that rain is coming. Fallen Leaves then goes to the tunnels to take his test, and lies to Rock that there are no signs of rain. [[spoiler: Turns out there is an underground river there, that floods the tunnels during the rain.]] ** In ''Bluestar's Prophecy'', Featherwhisker forecasts rain for a few days, and it starts raining just before the [[BattleInTheRain battle with [=WindClan=]]].

* AStormIsComing: ** In AwesomeMcCoolName: Tigerheart, Sunfall, Hawkfrost, Talon of Swooping Eagle, the prologue of ''Dark River'', cats feel that rain is coming. Fallen Leaves then list goes to the tunnels to take his test, and lies to Rock that there are no signs of rain. [[spoiler: Turns out there is an underground river there, that floods the tunnels during the rain.]] ** In ''Bluestar's Prophecy'', Featherwhisker forecasts rain for a few days, and it starts raining just before the [[BattleInTheRain battle with [=WindClan=]]].on. * AwesomeMomentOfCrowning: The leader ceremonies.

* AStormIsComing: BackForTheFinale: ** In Stormfur and Brook appear in the prologue last paragraph of ''Dark River'', cats feel that rain ''Twilight'', just in time to be important characters again in ''Sunset'', the finale of ''The New Prophecy''. ** For the GrandFinale of the series, ''The Last Hope'', the Erins brought back most of the cast of the Original Series, along with several minor characters who hadn't appeared for a while, and a ton of other characters from the backstory of the series. To see who returns, look under this labelnote. (Both because of spoilers and because the list is coming. pretty long.) [[labelnote:Returnees]]Adderfang, Brindleface, Broken Shadow, Cedarstar (mistakenly called "Cedarheart"), Cinderpelt (in person-er, cat) Fallen Leaves then goes to the tunnels to take his test, Leaves, Flametail, Frostfur, Goosefeather, Half Moon, Hollyflower, Lionheart, Longtail, Mosskit, Owl Feather, Redtail, Runningwind, Silverstream, Slant, Snowfur, Sparrowfeather, Sunstar, Swiftbreeze, Swiftpaw, Tawnyspots, and lies to Rock that there are no signs of rain. [[spoiler: Turns out there is an underground river there, that floods the tunnels during the rain.]] ** In ''Bluestar's Prophecy'', Featherwhisker forecasts rain for a few days, and it starts raining just before the [[BattleInTheRain battle with [=WindClan=]]].Whitestorm all make their returns here.[[/labelnote]]

* BackForTheFinale: ** Stormfur and Brook appear in the last paragraph of ''Twilight'', just in time to be important characters again in ''Sunset'', the finale of ''The New Prophecy''. ** For the GrandFinale of the series, ''The Last Hope'', the Erins brought back most of the cast of the Original Series, along with several minor characters who hadn't appeared for a while, and a ton of other characters from the backstory of the series. To see who returns, look under this labelnote. (Both because of spoilers and because the list is pretty long.) [[labelnote:Returnees]]Adderfang, Brindleface, Broken Shadow, Cedarstar (mistakenly called "Cedarheart"), Cinderpelt (in person-er, cat) Fallen Leaves, Flametail, Frostfur, Goosefeather, Half Moon, Hollyflower, Lionheart, Longtail, Mosskit, Owl Feather, Redtail, Runningwind, Silverstream, Slant, Snowfur, Sparrowfeather, Sunstar, Swiftbreeze, Swiftpaw, Tawnyspots, and Whitestorm all make their returns here.[[/labelnote]]

* BackForTheFinale: ** Stormfur and Brook appear BuryYourDisabled: [[spoiler: Snowkit]] gets killed in the last paragraph of ''Twilight'', just in time to be important characters again in ''Sunset'', the finale of ''The New Prophecy''. ** For the GrandFinale of the series, ''The Last Hope'', the Erins brought back most of the cast of the Original Series, along with several minor characters who hadn't appeared for a while, and a ton of other characters from the backstory of the series. To see who returns, look under this labelnote. (Both Dangerous Path because of spoilers and because the list is pretty long.) [[labelnote:Returnees]]Adderfang, Brindleface, Broken Shadow, Cedarstar (mistakenly called "Cedarheart"), Cinderpelt (in person-er, cat) Fallen Leaves, Flametail, Frostfur, Goosefeather, Half Moon, Hollyflower, Lionheart, Longtail, Mosskit, Owl Feather, Redtail, Runningwind, Silverstream, Slant, Snowfur, Sparrowfeather, Sunstar, Swiftbreeze, Swiftpaw, Tawnyspots, and Whitestorm all make their returns here.[[/labelnote]]his disability.

* BuryYourDisabled: [[spoiler: Snowkit]] gets killed in Dangerous Path because of his disability.

* BuryYourDisabled: [[spoiler: Snowkit]] gets killed in Dangerous Path because TheChosenOne: Or four, or three... [=StarClan=] isn't very picky about the number of his disability.cats they choose to do things. * TheClan: Four... er, [[ExpandedUniverse Five]] of them, to be exact.

* TheClan: Four... er, [[ExpandedUniverse Five]] of them, to be exact. * TheChosenOne: Or four, or three... [=StarClan=] isn't very picky about the number of cats they choose to do things.

* TheClan: Four... er, [[ExpandedUniverse Five]] of them, to be exact. * TheChosenOne: Or four, or three... [=StarClan=] isn't very picky about the number of cats they choose to do things.ACrackInTheIce: In ''Night Whispers'', [[spoiler:Flametail]] falls through some thin ice and drowns.

* TheClan: Four... er, [[ExpandedUniverse Five]] ADayInTheLimelight: Several minor and supporting characters get to star in their own spinoff books. ** Half of them, ''Moonrise'' was told by Feathertail and Stormfur, who haven't been narrators since. ** The first spin-off based instance of this was ''Graystripe's Adventure'', a three book long OEL Manga series starring Graystripe. It explained what happened to him between ''Dawn'', [[spoiler:where he was captured by Twolegs]] and ''The Sight'', [[spoiler:where he showed up on the Gathering Island with a new mate named Millie.]] ** ''The Rise of Scourge'' was a {{prequel}} manga explaining how the popular villain [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Scourge rose to power]]. ** The four prequel Super Editions (''Bluestar's Prophecy'', ''Crookedstar's Promise'', ''Yellowfang's Secret'', and ''Tallstar's Revenge'') explain how three of the Original Series leaders and one medicine cat gained their positions. ** ''Tigerstar and Sasha'' was a manga explaining the motivations of minor character Sasha. ** ''Ravenpaw's Path'' explained how Ravenpaw and Barley were the only ones who could save [=ThunderClan=] from Neo [=BloodClan=] [[{{Filler}} or something]]. ** The e-books often deal with these: ''Mistystar's Omen'' and ''Cloudstar's Journey'' deal with the struggles of two well-known Clan leaders, ''Mapleshade's Vengeance'' details a villain's backstory, and ''Goosefeather's Curse'' also focuses on a minor character from the prequel Super Editions. ** ''Night Whispers'', a main series book, gave the [=ShadowClan=] medicine cat Flametail a handful of chapters, while also having a plot that focused heavily on [=ShadowClan=]. ** Leafstar got one in ''[=SkyClan=]'s Destiny'' and again in ''[=SkyClan=] and the Stranger''. The former also gave some chapters to formerly minor character Stick, while the later had an increased focus on [[spoiler:recurring main series antagonist Sol.]] ** The 2015 Super Edition is apparently going to be exact. * TheChosenOne: Or four, or three... [=StarClan=] isn't very picky about the number Mothflight, who has appeared for all of cats they choose to do things.seven pages so far. Her time has come.

* TheClan: Four... er, [[ExpandedUniverse Five]] of them, to be exact. * TheChosenOne: Or four, or three... [=StarClan=] isn't very picky about the number of cats they choose to do things.DeadlyTrainingArea: The Dark Forest.

* DeadlyTrainingArea: The Dark Forest.

* DeadlyTrainingArea: The Dark Forest.[[DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu Did You Just Punch Out A Twoleg?]]: In ''[=SkyClan=]'s Destiny'', [=SkyClan=] takes it upon themselves to [[spoiler:defeat the Twoleg who keeps abusing cats.]] ** Also averted when, in the same book, the cats [[spoiler:save a Twoleg kit with a broken leg.]]

* [[DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu Did You Just Punch Out A Twoleg?]]: In ''[=SkyClan=]'s Destiny'', [=SkyClan=] takes it upon themselves to [[spoiler:defeat the Twoleg who keeps abusing cats.]] ** Also averted when, in the same book, the cats [[spoiler:save a Twoleg kit with a broken leg.]]

* [[DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu Did You Just Punch Out A Twoleg?]]: In ''[=SkyClan=]'s Destiny'', [=SkyClan=] takes it DreamIntro: Several books start out with dreams. Many of them involve the characters [[DeadPersonConversation receiving a prophecy/warning from [=StarClan=]]] (''Midnight'', ''Twilight'', ''Tallstar's Revenge'') or speaking to other dead cats (''Sunrise'', ''Thunder Rising''). ''The First Battle'''s prologue involves Gray Wing talking to another living, dreaming cat over a great distance. There are also several "ordinary" dreams as well: ** The first chapter of ''Into the Wild'' opens with the protagonist dreaming of chasing a mouse. This inspires him, upon themselves waking, to [[spoiler:defeat explore the Twoleg who keeps abusing cats.]] ** Also averted when, in woods: a small decision that affects the same book, the cats [[spoiler:save a Twoleg kit entire series. ** ''[=SkyClan's Destiny=]'''s first chapter begins with Leafstar having a broken leg.]]nightmare about a flood. ** ''The Sight'''s prologue is Firestar dreaming a flashback of him receiving the Power of Three prophecy from Skywatcher. ** Though it is very brief, ''Fading Echoes''' first chapter opens with Dovepaw having a FlashbackNightmare of Rippletail's death.

* [[{{Stalkerwith a Crush}} Spottedleaf]]. She had undying love and affection for Firestar, continuing on as a spirit despite how they had no future together. When Firestar fell in love with another, a feisty she-cat named [[{{Tsundere}} Sandstorm]], she coped with her sadness by deciding that she would be okay with it as long as Firestar was happy. She had even died again (this time for good) to protect Sandstorm and Firestar's happiness by proxy. ** [[{{Nice Guys Finish Last}} Thrushpelt]] was another example. He had one-sided love for Bluestar (Bluefur at the time) and when he realized she had fell pregnant, he respected that she couldn't reveal who the father was and promised her that he would pose as her "mate" to the Clan to protect the secret of her kits, and raise them as his own, because he wanted her happy. ** Crowfeather also qualified briefly when he saw that Leafpool was happier with her Clan than with him, but eventually lost that selflessness and became extremely bitter with her choice to the point he was a complete jackass.

* InitiationCeremony: Of the pleasant type - joining the Clan requires taking an oath of loyalty in front of the Clan, and adopting a Clan-suitable name.

* InitiationCeremony: Of the pleasant type - joining the Clan requires taking an oath of loyalty in front of the Clan, and adopting a Clan-suitable name.

* [[ChildrenAreInnocent Kits Are Innocent]]: Played straight in ''Warriors''. Most villains (Scourge, Tigerstar, and Hawkfrost included) who are shown as kits are adorable and good and only later become evil. The only exception to this is [[spoiler: Brokenstar]]. Harming a kit is considered one of the most evil things a cat can do, and it's even in the Warrior Code that all cats have to protect kits, no matter what Clan they are from. And kits are generally written as sweet, fun-loving, and at worst annoying in a cute way.

* [[SaidBookism Mewed Bookism]]: The word "said" is always replaced with either "mewed" or "meowed." Apart from that, the more normal synonyms for "said," like "warned," "adviced," and so on, are used often.

* [[SpringIsLate Newleaf Is Late]]: A plot point in ''Into the Wild'' is that spring is late and [=ThunderClan=] needs more warriors ''now'', causing its leader Bluestar to take in a kittypet.

* TheOmniscient: Rock. ''Cats of the Clans'' makes it clear that he knows everything about the Clans and Tribe. * NoOneCouldSurviveThat: [[spoiler:Hollyleaf]] at the end of the third arc. Not explicitly invoked, though, so a little less clear odds of coming back than usual.

* TheOmniscient: Rock. ''Cats of the Clans'' makes it clear that he knows everything about the Clans and Tribe. * NoOneCouldSurviveThat: [[spoiler:Hollyleaf]] at the end of the third arc. Not explicitly invoked, though, so a little less clear odds of coming back than usual.

* TheOmniscient: Rock. ''Cats of the Clans'' makes it clear that he knows everything about the Clans and Tribe. * NoOneCouldSurviveThat: [[spoiler:Hollyleaf]] at the end of the third arc. Not explicitly invoked, though, so a little less clear odds of coming back than usual.Tribe.

* TheOmniscient: Rock. ''Cats of SaidBookism Mewed Bookism]]: The word "said" is always replaced with either "mewed" or "meowed." Apart from that, the Clans'' makes it clear that he knows everything about the Clans more normal synonyms for "said," like "warned," "adviced," and Tribe. * NoOneCouldSurviveThat: [[spoiler:Hollyleaf]] at the end of the third arc. Not explicitly invoked, though, so a little less clear odds of coming back than usual.on, are used often.

* StalkerWithACrush: Spottedleaf. Of course, Firestar actually loves her back. Unfortunately, she has to stop stalking him because he already has another mate. [[spoiler:Also, she is dead.]] (Not that she can't continue to stalk every generation of his family thereafter, of course. And not that this stops her from expressing the desire to give anything to be with him, in spite of her devotion to her fate in ''Firestar's Quest''.) ''[[Recap/WarriorCatsSpottedleafsHonestAnswer Spottedleaf's Honest Answer]]'' is a short story where Spottedleaf, in [=StarClan=], explains her still-existing feelings for Firestar.
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* StalkerWithACrush: SpringIsLate: A plot point in ''Into the Wild'' is that spring is late and [=ThunderClan=] needs more warriors ''now'', causing its leader Bluestar to take in a kittypet. * StalkerWithACrush: ** Spottedleaf. Of course, She had undying love and affection for Firestar, continuing on as a spirit despite how they had no future together. When Firestar actually loves fell in love with another, a feisty she-cat named [[{{Tsundere}} Sandstorm]], she coped with her back. Unfortunately, sadness by deciding that she has would be okay with it as long as Firestar was happy. She had even died again (this time for good) to stop stalking him protect Sandstorm and Firestar's happiness by proxy. ** [[{{Nice Guys Finish Last}} Thrushpelt]] was another example. He had one-sided love for Bluestar (Bluefur at the time) and when he realized she had fell pregnant, he respected that she couldn't reveal who the father was and promised her that he would pose as her "mate" to the Clan to protect the secret of her kits, and raise them as his own, because he already has another mate. [[spoiler:Also, she is dead.]] (Not wanted her happy. ** Crowfeather also qualified briefly when he saw that she can't continue to stalk every generation of his family thereafter, of course. And not that this stops Leafpool was happier with her from expressing the desire to give anything to be Clan than with him, in spite of but eventually lost that selflessness and became extremely bitter with her devotion choice to her fate in ''Firestar's Quest''.) ''[[Recap/WarriorCatsSpottedleafsHonestAnswer Spottedleaf's Honest Answer]]'' is the point he was a short story where Spottedleaf, in [=StarClan=], explains her still-existing feelings for Firestar.complete jackass.

* StalkerWithACrush: Spottedleaf. Of course, Firestar actually loves her back. Unfortunately, she has to stop stalking him because he already has another mate. [[spoiler:Also, she is dead.]] (Not AStormIsComing: ** In the prologue of ''Dark River'', cats feel that she can't continue rain is coming. Fallen Leaves then goes to stalk every generation of the tunnels to take his family thereafter, of course. And not test, and lies to Rock that this stops her from expressing there are no signs of rain. [[spoiler: Turns out there is an underground river there, that floods the desire to give anything to be tunnels during the rain.]] ** In ''Bluestar's Prophecy'', Featherwhisker forecasts rain for a few days, and it starts raining just before the [[BattleInTheRain battle with him, in spite of her devotion to her fate in ''Firestar's Quest''.) ''[[Recap/WarriorCatsSpottedleafsHonestAnswer Spottedleaf's Honest Answer]]'' is a short story where Spottedleaf, in [=StarClan=], explains her still-existing feelings for Firestar.[=WindClan=]]].

* StalkerWithACrush: Spottedleaf. Of course, Firestar actually loves her back. Unfortunately, she has to stop stalking him because he already has another mate. [[spoiler:Also, she is dead.]] (Not that she can't continue to stalk every generation of his family thereafter, of course. And not that this stops her from expressing the desire to give anything to be TrainingFromHell: Both figuratively and literally with him, training in spite of her devotion to her fate in ''Firestar's Quest''.) ''[[Recap/WarriorCatsSpottedleafsHonestAnswer Spottedleaf's Honest Answer]]'' is a short story where Spottedleaf, in [=StarClan=], explains her still-existing feelings for Firestar.the Dark Forest.

* TrainingFromHell: Both figuratively and literally with training in the Dark Forest.

* {{Tuckerization}}: Done several times... ** Vicky has admitted to using fans' warrior names. Some of them, she has said, are from fans she met on tours, or from letters sent to her - none of these are known by anyone except her at this point. Some of them also came from online fans' names, notably from the sites WandsAndWorlds and Warrior's Wish - confirmed ones include Lakestorm, Quailfeather, Flintfang, and Blizzardstar (tribute to [[BigNameFan Blizz]], creator of Warrior's Wish, the largest fansite.) ** Brightspirit, Shiningheart, and Braveheart are based on ten-year-old fan Emmy Cherry and her parents Jimmy and Dana, who all died in a tornado in February 2008. [[http://www.wandsandworlds.com/community/node/3487 Vicky sent a message to Wands and Worlds]] so that the members there could offer words of support and comfort to Emmy's family. They gave Emmy and her parents warrior names to honor them. Vicky decided to use those names in the next book, ''Long Shadows'', which she also dedicated to them. ** Ivypool, a main character in ''Omen of the Stars'', is named after a person too. While Ivy herself, as a baby, was too young to have read the books when her name was used, her family has gone to see the author on every single one of her tours, earning them the nickname "[=FarDrivingClan=]" from Vicky, and they have become good friends with her. She decided to name the character after the youngest member of the family - warrior name and all, because Ivy's full name is Ivy Poole.

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* {{Tuckerization}}: Done several times... ** Vicky has admitted to using fans' warrior names. Some of them, she has said, are from fans she met on tours, or from letters sent to her - none of these are known by anyone except her at this point. Some of them also came from online fans' names, notably from the sites WandsAndWorlds and Warrior's Wish - confirmed ones include Lakestorm, Quailfeather, Flintfang, and Blizzardstar (tribute to [[BigNameFan Blizz]], creator of Warrior's Wish, the largest fansite.) ** Brightspirit, Shiningheart, and Braveheart are based on ten-year-old fan Emmy Cherry and her parents Jimmy and Dana, who all died in a tornado in February 2008. [[http://www.wandsandworlds.com/community/node/3487 Vicky sent a message to Wands and Worlds]] so that the members there could offer words of support and comfort to Emmy's family. They gave Emmy and her parents warrior names to honor them. Vicky decided to use those names in the next book, ''Long Shadows'', which she also dedicated to them. ** Ivypool, a main character in ''Omen of the Stars'', is named after a person too. While Ivy herself, as a baby, was too young to have read the books when her name was used, her family has gone to see the author on every single one of her tours, earning them the nickname "[=FarDrivingClan=]" from Vicky, and they have become good friends with her. She decided to name the character after the youngest member of the family - warrior name and all, because Ivy's full name is Ivy Poole.
11th Nov '15 11:10:40 AM Dawnwing
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* HighOnCatnip: The series pretty much averts this. It appears in the books and is used as a medicinal herb to help cats with greencough relax (though Fireheart in the first series remembers it from when he was a kitten and is extremely tempted to bite down on it when carrying some back). The authors have commented that, while they touch upon several serious topics in the series, one that will almost certainly never appear is drugs in any form.
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* HighOnCatnip: The HighOnCatnip: ** For the most part, the series pretty much averts this. It appears in the books and is used as a medicinal herb to help cats with greencough relax (though Fireheart in the first series remembers it from when he was a kitten and is extremely tempted to bite down on it when carrying some back). The authors have commented that, while they touch upon several serious topics in the series, one that will almost certainly never appear is drugs in any form. ** In Moth Flight's Vision, it finally gets played straight. Moth Flight, having never used catmint before and no idea what the proper dose is, guesses and ends up giving Rocky too much. The old cat gets high and plays like a kit, and tries hilariously to find any excuse to get some throughout the rest of the book.
2nd Oct '15 10:03:14 AM Lightflame
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The first, called ''[[Literature/WarriorCatsTheOriginalSeries The Prophecies Begin]]'' (originally known simply as ''Warriors'' or ''Warrior Cats'', [[MarketBasedTitle depending on where you live]], until it received a name for a 2015 rerelease of the series) focuses on a house cat named Rusty. Bored of his comfortable and simple life, he ventures out into the forest where he is given the opportunity to join [=ThunderClan=]. After accepting, he must deal with the hardships of the wild alongside the racism of his Clanmates, and he ends up being the ChosenOne. The second arc, ''TheNewProphecy'', stars the next generation of the Clan cats. A group composed of the kits of the previous arc's main characters and newcomer Crowfeather set out on a journey in order to unravel a mysterious prophecy and eventually bond with each other. Meanwhile, calamity strikes in the forest and all four Clans find themselves facing possible destruction.
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The first, called ''[[Literature/WarriorCatsTheOriginalSeries The Prophecies Begin]]'' (originally known simply as ''Warriors'' or ''Warrior Cats'', [[MarketBasedTitle depending on where you live]], until it received a name for a 2015 rerelease of the series) focuses on a house cat named Rusty. Bored of with his comfortable and simple life, he ventures out into the forest where he is given the opportunity to join [=ThunderClan=]. After accepting, However, he must deal with the hardships of the wild alongside the racism of his Clanmates, and he ends up being the ChosenOne. The second arc, ''TheNewProphecy'', stars the next generation of the Clan cats. A group composed of the kits of the previous arc's main characters and (plus newcomer Crowfeather Crowfeather) set out on a journey in order to unravel a mysterious prophecy and eventually bond with each other.prophecy, forging strong bonds in the process. Meanwhile, calamity strikes in the forest and all four Clans find themselves facing possible destruction.

The fourth arc, ''OmenOfTheStars'', continues to deal with the mysterious prophecy from ''Power of Three''. As the cats struggle to unearth the truth about their purpose, the old foes of the Clans are rising. Strengthened by years worth of animosity, they are preparing to wage an all-out war on the Clans. This arc served as a GrandFinale to the modern day series. The fifth arc, ''[[Literature/WarriorCatsDawnOfTheClans Dawn of the Clans]]'', takes place decades before the original series, and focuses on a group of cats that are destined to form the Warrior Clans. Five of the six books have been released so far. A sixth arc has been announced, with a tentative title of ''A Vision of Shadows''. Until the name is officially released, it can be found at ''Literature/WarriorCatsArcSix''. Few details on the story have been given, but it will apparently return to the story of the lake Clans, with the focus on the next generation of young cats, who were born after ''Bramblestar's Storm''.
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The fourth arc, ''OmenOfTheStars'', continues to deal with the mysterious prophecy from ''Power of Three''. As the cats struggle to unearth the truth about their purpose, the old foes of the Clans are rising. Strengthened by years worth of animosity, they are preparing to wage an all-out war on the Clans. This arc served was intended to serve as a GrandFinale to the modern day series. The fifth arc, ''[[Literature/WarriorCatsDawnOfTheClans Dawn of the Clans]]'', takes place decades before the original series, and focuses on a group of cats that are destined to form the Warrior Clans. Five of the six books have been released so far. A Clans. The sixth arc has been announced, with a tentative title of ''A arc, ''[[Literature/WarriorCatsAVisionOfShadows A Vision of Shadows''. Until the name is officially released, it can be found at ''Literature/WarriorCatsArcSix''. Few details on the story have been given, but it will apparently return Shadows]]'', returns to the story of the lake Clans, with modern Clans. A [=ThunderClan=] apprentice discovers that it is his destiny to become a medicine cat, but first, he must embark on a journey that will determine the focus on fate of the next generation of young cats, who were born after ''Bramblestar's Storm''. four Clans from his home, and the lost Clan, [=SkyClan=].
1st Oct '15 1:54:45 PM MagBas
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sorry, mistaken trope.
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* KidHeroAllGrownUp: The kits and apprentices from the first books are adults in the later series. The third-series kits/apprentices are also young adults in the fourth series.
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