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* ''Katzige Gefährten''[[note]]An abridged version of was given to people who bought a happy meal at McDonalds in June 2020. The full version was later released in September[[/note]] (2020)


Has a sequel series called ''Literature/{{Seawalkers}}''. Not to confuse with the ''Literature/{{Woodwalker}}'' series by Emily B. Martin. Compare this series with ''Literature/{{Animorphs}}''[[note]]a series about teenagers who can turn into animals[[/note]] or ''Literature/AcademyOfShapeshifters''[[note]]in which the main character also learns that she's a shapeshifter and now has to go to a special school where she learns to control her powers[[/note]].

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* ''Katzige Gefährten''[[note]]An abridged version of was given to people who bought a happy meal at McDonalds in June 2020. The full version was later released in September[[/note]] (2020)




Has a sequel series called ''Literature/{{Seawalkers}}''. ''Literature/{{Seawalkers}}'' and a spin-off called ''Literature/WoodwalkersAndFriends''.
Not to confuse with the ''Literature/{{Woodwalker}}'' series by Emily B. Martin. Compare this series with ''Literature/{{Animorphs}}''[[note]]a series about teenagers who can turn into animals[[/note]] or ''Literature/AcademyOfShapeshifters''[[note]]in which the main character also learns that she's a shapeshifter and now has to go to a special school where she learns to control her powers[[/note]].


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** ''Literature/WoodwalkersAndFriends'' is an Anthology with stories set in the same world as this series. It's first novel ''Katzige Gefährten'' is set after the end of this series but before the first novel of ''Literature/{{Seawalkers}}''


This series consist of six books of which none of them have been translated into english:

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This series consist of six seven books of which none of them have been translated into english:




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\n* ''Katzige Gefährten''[[note]]An abridged version of was given to people who bought a happy meal at McDonalds in June 2020. The full version was later released in September[[/note]] (2020)


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* ArtisticLicenseEducation: Even though the series is set in the US, it still uses the German grade system with "One" as the best grade and "Six" as the worst grade.


Has a sequel series called ''Literature/{{Seawalkers}}''. Not to confuse with the ''Literature/{{Woodwalker}}'' series by Emily B. Martin. Compare this series with the ''Literature/{{Animorphs}}'' series, which also features children who can turn into animals.

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Has a sequel series called ''Literature/{{Seawalkers}}''. Not to confuse with the ''Literature/{{Woodwalker}}'' series by Emily B. Martin. Compare this series with the ''Literature/{{Animorphs}}'' series, which also features children ''Literature/{{Animorphs}}''[[note]]a series about teenagers who can turn into animals.
animals[[/note]] or ''Literature/AcademyOfShapeshifters''[[note]]in which the main character also learns that she's a shapeshifter and now has to go to a special school where she learns to control her powers[[/note]].

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* OfficialCouple: [[spoiler: Lou & Henry as well as Carag & Tikaani]] became a couple in the last book.


* ForWantOfANail: Everything would've been a lot different if Carag never wanted to start living as a human.

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* ForWantOfANail: Everything would've been a lot different if Carag [[spoiler: the family of Andrew Milling never wanted to start living as a human.died]]



* WalkingSpoiler: It's really hard to discuss this series without revealing that [[spoiler: Andrew Milling]] is actually the BigBad. Also overlaps with FirstEpisodeTwist because this was revealed at the end of the first book.

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* WalkingSpoiler: It's really hard to discuss this series without revealing that [[spoiler: Andrew Milling]] is actually the BigBad. Also overlaps with FirstEpisodeTwist because this was revealed at the end of the first book.book.
* WellIntentionedExtremist: Many of the followers of the BigBad are just normal shapeshifters who are just unhappy with the way humans treat the animals and the wildlife which causes them to use violence to change the people. Sadly, their leader [[spoiler: only wants to avenge his family]]...


* WalkingSpoiler: It's really hard to discuss this series without revealing that [[spoiler: Andrew Milling is actually the BigBad.]]

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* WalkingSpoiler: It's really hard to discuss this series without revealing that [[spoiler: Andrew Milling Milling]] is actually the BigBad.]]BigBad. Also overlaps with FirstEpisodeTwist because this was revealed at the end of the first book.


* HeroicBastard: Many good characters like Carag or Holly are this considering that no one of them ever mentions that their parents are married.

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* HeroicBastard: Many good characters like Carag or Holly are this implied to be one considering that no one of them ever mentions that their parents are married.


* ArtisticLicenceBiology: During their time as pumas, Carag and his sister Mia are raised by their parents Xamber and Nimca but this isn't something that happens in real life: In the wild, adult pumas rarely form groups. Also, only female pumas are responsible to raise cubs. Pumas also leave their parents two years after their birth.
** The last one is kind of justified considering that Woodwalkers mature like humans but considering that Xamber hates humans for most of the series it's not really clear why he wanted to mimic a human family for so long.



* HeroicBastard: Many good characters like Carag or Holly are this considering that no one of them ever mentions that their parents are married.



* TheHero: Carag

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* TheHero: CaragSpaceWhaleAesop: Don't kill wild pumas or the shapeshifter who was in love with one of them will try to destroy humankind with a bunch of other racist shapeshifters.



* VoluntaryShapeshifting: Woodwalkers can choose any time if they walk around in their human or in their animal form [[spoiler: although there is a secret technique which forces said shapeshifter to stay in one form. Luckily only a few people know that it exists and only half of them knows how to use is.]]

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* VoluntaryShapeshifting: Woodwalkers can choose any time if they walk around in their human or in their animal form [[spoiler: although there is a secret technique which forces said shapeshifter to stay in one form. Luckily only a few people know that it exists and only half of them knows how to use is.it.]]

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* BeethovenWasAnAlienSpy: According to Rebecca Young various gods like Zeus, Hera, Anubis, Thoth or Sekhmet were actually shapeshifters who just posed as gods.


* FantasticRacism: Many followers of [[spoiler: Andrew Milling]] think Woodwalkers are superior than normal humans. Some of them [[spoiler: like Jeff]] also believe that some Woodwalkers are superior than others because of the animals they can turn into.

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* DisproportionateRetribution: The plan of BigBad [[spoiler: Andrew Milling. The only reason why he wants to destroy humanity is because ''one'' hunter[[note]]who didn't even know woodwalkers exist[[/note]] killed his wife and daughter in their animal-form]]
** [[spoiler: Milling also kidnaps Melody and [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking sends Carag some hate-mails]] just because Carag refused to work for him.]]
* FantasticRacism: Many followers of [[spoiler: Andrew Milling]] think Woodwalkers are superior than normal humans. Some of them [[spoiler: like Jeff]] Jeffrey]] also believe that some Woodwalkers are superior than others because of the animals they can turn into.



* LoveTriangle: Carag developes feelings for Lou and Tikaani during the series. [[spoiler: He ends up with Tikaani while Lou starts to date Henry]]



* Sequel: Has one called ''Literature/{{Seawalkers}}''

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* Sequel: Has one {{Sequel}}/SpinOff:
** The series has a spin-off
called ''Literature/{{Seawalkers}}''''Literature/{{Seawalkers}}'' which follows the adventures of seawalker[[note]]in-universe name for shapeshifters who turn into water animals[[/note]] Tiago and his friend Shari at the Blue Reef High. The series also has some appearances by Carag, Holly and Tikaani. [[spoiler: It is set during Carags second year at the Clearwater High]]
** According to the website of Katja Brandis she also wants to write a sequel of this series about [[spoiler: Carags second year at the Clearwater High]] and another spin-off called Windwalkers[[note]]following the adventures of Sierra[[/note]] but she hasn't really given much information about those projects.



* ThemeNaming: The names of the boarding schools (Clear''water'' High and Blue ''Reef'' High) have some water-themed names.



* ShapeshifterModeLock: [[Spoiler: There's a secret technique which forces the victim to either stay in their human or in their animal form. Said technique is used on Andrew Milling in the last book.

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* ShapeshifterModeLock: [[Spoiler: [[spoiler: There's a secret technique which forces the victim to either stay in their human or in their animal form. Said technique is used on Andrew Milling in the last book.]]


* NoExportForYou: There's no english translation of the series and it's unknown it the series will ever receive one.


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* Sequel: Has one called ''Literature/{{Seawalkers}}''


* ShapeshifterMode

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* ShapeshifterModeShapeshifterModeLock: [[Spoiler: There's a secret technique which forces the victim to either stay in their human or in their animal form. Said technique is used on Andrew Milling in the last book.


* {{Animorphism}}: Well, this is a series about shapeshifters who can switch between their human and animal form...



* NoExportForYou: There's no english translation of the series and it's unknown it the series will ever receive one.



* SecondaryCharacterTitle: ''Hollys Geheimnis'' is named after Carags friend Holly.

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* ** SecondaryCharacterTitle: ''Hollys Geheimnis'' is named after Carags friend Holly.


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* ShapeshifterMode


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* VoluntaryShapeshifting: Woodwalkers can choose any time if they walk around in their human or in their animal form [[spoiler: although there is a secret technique which forces said shapeshifter to stay in one form. Luckily only a few people know that it exists and only half of them knows how to use is.]]

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