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* AlternateIdentityAmnesia: At first, Ujurak forgets he's a bear when he's in another form. He finally figures out how to keep his memory in ''Fire in the Sky''.


The finak six-book arc called ''Return To The Wild'' is also completed. The traveling bears have finished their journey to the arctic and have completed their mission. Now they're on their way home, but the way back home is probably even tougher than their first journey.

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The finak final six-book arc called ''Return To The Wild'' is also completed. The traveling bears have finished their journey to the arctic and have completed their mission. Now they're on their way home, but the way back home is probably even tougher than their first journey.


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* AutomobilesAreAlien: Cars are known as "firebeasts". Bears don't understand them much, though they know they "sleep" near human houses. Bears fear them because it's easy to get killed by firebeasts.


* [[spoiler:[[DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu Did You Just Destroy An Oil Rig?]]]]

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* [[spoiler:[[DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu: [[spoiler: Did You Just Destroy An Oil Rig?]]]]Rig?]]


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* PetsVersusStrays: Lusa sticks out like a sore thumb because she was raised in captivity. It gets to the point sometimes where even ''Ujurak'' thinks she's odd.


''Seekers'' is a series of books by Creator/ErinHunter, author of the wildly popular ''Literature/WarriorCats'' series, chronicling the lives of four bears as they journey across North America to the Place of Everlasting Ice in order to fulfill the vague command passed down to them by their ancestors, "Save the Wild." Like [[Literature/WarriorCats its predecessor]], ''Seekers'' is a regular occupant of the bestseller list. There are currently six books in the series, not counting the manga. There are also at least two more manga, ''Toklo's Story'' and ''Kallik's Adventure''.

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''Seekers'' is a series of books by Creator/ErinHunter, author of the wildly popular ''Literature/WarriorCats'' series, chronicling the lives of four bears as they journey across North America to the Place of Everlasting Ice in order to fulfill the vague command passed down to them by their ancestors, "Save the Wild." Like [[Literature/WarriorCats its predecessor]], ''Seekers'' is a regular occupant of the bestseller list.

There are currently six twelve books in the series, not counting the manga. There are also at least two more manga, ''Toklo's Story'' and ''Kallik's Adventure''. The first six are:



Another six-book arc called ''Return To The Wild'' is completed. The traveling bears have finished their journey to the arctic and have completed their mission. Now they're on their way home, but the way back home is probably even tougher than their first journey.

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Another The finak six-book arc called ''Return To The Wild'' is also completed. The traveling bears have finished their journey to the arctic and have completed their mission. Now they're on their way home, but the way back home is probably even tougher than their first journey.journey.

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* SpeciesSpecificAfterlife: It's shown that different types of bears have different afterlives. Black bear spirits live in trees, grizzly bear spirits live in rivers, while polar bear spirits go under the ice then become stars in the summer when the ice melts.

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* SpeciesSpecificAfterlife: It's shown that different types of bears have different afterlives. Black bear spirits live in trees, grizzly bear spirits live in rivers, while rivers and eventually wash out to sea when no-one living remembers them anymore, and polar bear spirits go under the ice then and go into the sky to become stars in the summer when the ice melts.

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* SpeciesSpecificAfterlife: It's shown that different types of bears have different afterlives. Black bear spirits live in trees, grizzly bear spirits live in rivers, while polar bear spirits go under the ice then become stars in the summer when the ice melts.


* HoldYourHippogriffs: Even more so than ''[[Literature/WarriorCats Warriors]]''. There are many, many "noun-brain" insults.

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* HoldYourHippogriffs: Even more so than ''[[Literature/WarriorCats Warriors]]''. There are many, many "noun-brain" insults. For example, "salmon-brained", "squirrel-brained", and "bee-brained" are all used in the ''same chapter''.



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#''The Burning Horizon''
#''The Longest Day''



1. ''The Quest Begins''
2. ''The Great Bear Lake''
3. ''Smoke Mountain''
4. ''The Last Wilderness''
5. ''Fire in the Sky''
6. ''Spirits in the Stars''

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\n1. ''The #''The Quest Begins''
2. ''The #''The Great Bear Lake''
3. ''Smoke #''Smoke Mountain''
4. ''The #''The Last Wilderness''
5. ''Fire #''Fire in the Sky''
6. ''Spirits #''Spirits in the Stars''




1. ''Island of Shadows''
2. ''The Melting Sea''
3. ''River of Lost Bears''
4. ''Forest of Wolves''

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\n1. ''Island #''Island of Shadows''
2. ''The #''The Melting Sea''
3. ''River #''River of Lost Bears''
4. ''Forest #''Forest of Wolves''


* CallARabbitA: As in the other Creator/ErinHunter books, this is used. "Firebeast" are cars, a [=BlackPath=]" is a road, a "death stick" is a gun, and "rotfood" is rotten food.

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* CallARabbitA: CallARabbitASmeerp: As in the other Creator/ErinHunter books, this is used. "Firebeast" "Firebeasts" are cars, a [=BlackPath=]" is a road, a "death stick" is a gun, and "rotfood" is rotten food.



* DreamingOfThingsToCome: This is from the authors of [[Literature/WarriorCats Warriors]], so this ends up happening a lot.

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* DreamingOfThingsToCome: This is from the authors of [[Literature/WarriorCats Warriors]], ''[[Literature/WarriorCats Warriors]]'', so this ends up happening a lot.



* HumansByAnyOtherName: Humans are referred to as "flatfaces", "no-claws", and depending on the type of bear. Overall the series uses "flatface" to refer to humans.

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* HumansByAnyOtherName: Humans are referred to as "flatfaces", "flatfaces" by grizzlies, "no-claws", by polar bears, and depending on the type of bear."smoothpelts" by black bears. Overall the series uses "flatface" to refer to humans.


''Seekers'' is a series of books by Creator/ErinHunter, author of the wildly popular ''Literature/WarriorCats'' series, chronicling the lives of four bears as they journey across North America to the Place of Everlasting Ice in order to fulfill the vague command passed down to them by their ancestors, "Save the Wild." Like [[Literature/WarriorCats its predecessor]], ''Seekers'' is a regular occupant of the bestseller list. There are currently six books in the series, not counting the manga. There are also at least two more manga.

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''Seekers'' is a series of books by Creator/ErinHunter, author of the wildly popular ''Literature/WarriorCats'' series, chronicling the lives of four bears as they journey across North America to the Place of Everlasting Ice in order to fulfill the vague command passed down to them by their ancestors, "Save the Wild." Like [[Literature/WarriorCats its predecessor]], ''Seekers'' is a regular occupant of the bestseller list. There are currently six books in the series, not counting the manga. There are also at least two more manga.
manga, ''Toklo's Story'' and ''Kallik's Adventure''.

1. ''The Quest Begins''
2. ''The Great Bear Lake''
3. ''Smoke Mountain''
4. ''The Last Wilderness''
5. ''Fire in the Sky''
6. ''Spirits in the Stars''



1. ''Island of Shadows''
2. ''The Melting Sea''
3. ''River of Lost Bears''
4. ''Forest of Wolves''



!This series provides examples of:

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!This !!This series provides examples of:



* CallARabbitA: As in the other Creator/ErinHunter books, this is used. "Firebeast" are cars, a [=BlackPath=]" is a road, a "death stick" is a gun, and "rotfood" is rotten food.



* HumansByAnyOtherName: Humans are referred to as "flatfaces", "no-claws", and depending on the type of bear. Overall the series uses "flatface" to refer to humans.



* MamaBear: Oka to Tobi (And Toklo, deep down) and [[spoiler:Kallik to Kissimi.]]

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* MamaBear: Oka to Tobi (And (and Toklo, deep down) down), and [[spoiler:Kallik to Kissimi.]]



* OhMyGods: Great Spirits!

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* OhMyGods: Great Spirits!"Great Spirits!"





* ShoutOut: [[WesternAnimation/YogiBear Yogi the bear]], anyone?
** Even better, he was named by humans, so it was probably intentional in-universe.

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* ShoutOut: [[WesternAnimation/YogiBear Yogi the bear]], anyone?
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anyone? Even better, he was named by humans, so it was probably intentional in-universe.


''Seekers'' is a series of books by Creator/ErinHunter, author of the wildly popular ''Literature/WarriorCats'' series, chronicling the lives of four bears as they journey across North America to the Place of Everlasting Ice in order to fulfill the vague command passed down to them by their ancestors, "Save the Wild." Like [[Literature/WarriorCats its predecessor]], ''Seekers'' is a regular occupant of the bestseller list. There are currently six books in the series, not counting the manga. There are also at least two more manga, and another series of (presumably) six books, in store.

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''Seekers'' is a series of books by Creator/ErinHunter, author of the wildly popular ''Literature/WarriorCats'' series, chronicling the lives of four bears as they journey across North America to the Place of Everlasting Ice in order to fulfill the vague command passed down to them by their ancestors, "Save the Wild." Like [[Literature/WarriorCats its predecessor]], ''Seekers'' is a regular occupant of the bestseller list. There are currently six books in the series, not counting the manga. There are also at least two more manga, manga.

Another six-book arc called ''Return To The Wild'' is completed. The traveling bears have finished their journey to the arctic
and another series of (presumably) six books, in store.
have completed their mission. Now they're on their way home, but the way back home is probably even tougher than their first journey.

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* AdvertisingByAssociation: The series is advertised as "From the author of the #1 nationally bestselling ''[[Literature/WarriorCats Warriors]]'' series" right on the covers.

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