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* ScarsAreForever: Lionpaw removes his dressings early so that he'll have scars to show off.


* WhatBeautifulEyes: Lionpaw takes special note of Heatherpaw's very pretty "heather-colored" eyes: he can't help but stare the first time they meet, and later on when he thinks about her he remembers her eyes.

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* WhatBeautifulEyes: Lionpaw takes special note of Heatherpaw's very pretty "heather-colored" eyes: he can't help but stare the first time they meet, and later on when he thinks about her he remembers her eyes.eyes.
* WrongLineOfWork: Jaypaw starts training as a warrior and Hollypaw starts as a medicine cat apprentice, but they come to realize that they'd be better at the opposite job and come to Firestar nearly at the exact same time to request to change.


* TechnicolorEyes: Heatherpaw is named for her eyes, which one character comments are the color of heather. While the authors did have purple eyes in mind, this was changed to blue in later books since cats can't actually have purple eyes (unless possibly albino, which Heatherpaw is not.)



* TreacheryCoverUp: It's hard to judge whether or not they did this for Hawkfrost. They did cover up the fact that Brambleclaw killed him, but there is conflicting evidence on whether or not they covered up why he was killed. In ''The Sight'', some warriors have a conversation about the mysterious circumstances of his death, and say that his Clanmates mourned him, and [=RiverClan=] seems relatively ignorant of his treachery in other books, which would suggest he did get a cover-up. But then in ''After Sunset: We Need To Talk'', Cloudtail says to a [=WindClan=] patrol that Hawkfrost tried to kill Firestar, which suggests everyone knows about it.

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* TreacheryCoverUp: It's hard to judge whether or not they did this for Hawkfrost. They did cover up the fact that Brambleclaw killed him, but there is conflicting evidence on whether or not they covered up why he was killed. In ''The Sight'', some warriors have a conversation about the mysterious circumstances of his death, and say that his Clanmates mourned him, and [=RiverClan=] seems relatively ignorant of his treachery in other books, which would suggest he did get a cover-up. But then in ''After Sunset: We Need To Talk'', Cloudtail says to a [=WindClan=] patrol that Hawkfrost tried to kill Firestar, which suggests everyone knows about it.it.
* WhatBeautifulEyes: Lionpaw takes special note of Heatherpaw's very pretty "heather-colored" eyes: he can't help but stare the first time they meet, and later on when he thinks about her he remembers her eyes.

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* ScavengerHunt: Icekit and Foxkit are disappointed that they're too young to participate in the apprentice competitions, so their mother Ferncloud sets a scavenger hunt for them: they have to bring back a beetle, some moss, and a fly.

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* LivingLegend: Graystripe has become this by the time of this book, as he was the [=ThunderClan=] deputy who played a part in helping save all the Clans through his life, and as far as the Clans knew, sacrificed himself to save others from capture by Twolegs. When he finds his way back to the Clans, Hollypaw is amazed at how all four Clans welcome him home with equal warmth. When everyone's crowding around him and Leafpool tells them to give him space, Hazelpaw even protests, "But he's a legend!"


* TomatoSurprise: It takes until the end of the 3nd chapter or so to reveal that one of the new main characters, Jaykit, is blind. His narration never mentions what anything ''looks'' like, aside from when he's dreaming, but most readers don't pick that up.

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* TomatoSurprise: It takes until the end of the 3nd chapter or so to reveal that one of the new main characters, Jaykit, is blind. His narration never mentions what anything ''looks'' like, aside from when he's dreaming, but most readers don't pick that up.up.
* TreacheryCoverUp: It's hard to judge whether or not they did this for Hawkfrost. They did cover up the fact that Brambleclaw killed him, but there is conflicting evidence on whether or not they covered up why he was killed. In ''The Sight'', some warriors have a conversation about the mysterious circumstances of his death, and say that his Clanmates mourned him, and [=RiverClan=] seems relatively ignorant of his treachery in other books, which would suggest he did get a cover-up. But then in ''After Sunset: We Need To Talk'', Cloudtail says to a [=WindClan=] patrol that Hawkfrost tried to kill Firestar, which suggests everyone knows about it.


* TimeSkip: There has been a six-moon gap since ''Sunset''.

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* TimeSkip: There has been a six-moon gap since ''Sunset''.''Sunset''.
* TomatoSurprise: It takes until the end of the 3nd chapter or so to reveal that one of the new main characters, Jaykit, is blind. His narration never mentions what anything ''looks'' like, aside from when he's dreaming, but most readers don't pick that up.


* TheTheTitleConfusion: The third series is called ''Power of Three''. Officially, there is no "the"; however, fans usually add the "the", which around release gave this story arc the nickname "Teapot" (The Power of Three = [=TPoT=] = Teapot.)

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* TheTheTitleConfusion: The third series is called ''Power of Three''. Officially, there is no "the"; however, fans usually add the "the", which around release gave this story arc the nickname "Teapot" (The Power of Three = [=TPoT=] = Teapot.))
* TimeSkip: There has been a six-moon gap since ''Sunset''.


* TheTheTitleConfusion: The third series is called ''Power of Three''. Officially, there is no "the"; however, fans usually add the "the", giving this story arc the FanNickname "Teapot" (The Power of Three = [=TPoT=] = Teapot.)

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* TheTheTitleConfusion: The third series is called ''Power of Three''. Officially, there is no "the"; however, fans usually add the "the", giving which around release gave this story arc the FanNickname nickname "Teapot" (The Power of Three = [=TPoT=] = Teapot.)


* SwitchingPOV: Hollypaw, Jaypaw, and Lionpaw.

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* SwitchingPOV: Hollypaw, Jaypaw, and Lionpaw.Lionpaw.
* TheTheTitleConfusion: The third series is called ''Power of Three''. Officially, there is no "the"; however, fans usually add the "the", giving this story arc the FanNickname "Teapot" (The Power of Three = [=TPoT=] = Teapot.)


* StrangerInAFamiliarLand: Happens to Graystripe when he finds the Clans again. In addition to getting used to the new territory, he has to adjust to simply being around so many cats and living in a Clan again.

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* StrangerInAFamiliarLand: Happens to Graystripe when he finds the Clans again. In addition to getting used to the new territory, he has to adjust to simply being around so many cats and living in a Clan again.again.
* SwitchingPOV: Hollypaw, Jaypaw, and Lionpaw.


* StealthInsult: "I am pleased to hear that you are getting so much use out of a piece of land prey-poor by [=ThunderClan=] standards."

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* StealthInsult: "I am pleased to hear that you are getting so much use out of a piece of land prey-poor by [=ThunderClan=] standards.""
* StrangerInAFamiliarLand: Happens to Graystripe when he finds the Clans again. In addition to getting used to the new territory, he has to adjust to simply being around so many cats and living in a Clan again.


* SpinOffspring: ''Power of Three'' is about the kits of two of the heroes from ''The New Prophecy''.

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* SpinOffspring: ''Power of Three'' is about the kits of two of the heroes from ''The New Prophecy''.Prophecy''.
* StealthInsult: "I am pleased to hear that you are getting so much use out of a piece of land prey-poor by [=ThunderClan=] standards."


* SharedUnusualTrait: Hollypaw notes that Cinderpaw always flicks her paw a certain way when grooming herself. She notices Leafpool staring at Cinderpaw, and Leafpool comments that Cinderpelt used to flick her paw like that. Cinderpaw is a reincarnation of Cinderpelt, and while the reader already knows this from ''Sunset'', it's one of the first times the characters see the resemblance between the two.

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* SharedUnusualTrait: Hollypaw notes that Cinderpaw always flicks her paw a certain way when grooming herself. She notices Leafpool staring at Cinderpaw, and Leafpool comments that Cinderpelt used to flick her paw like that. Cinderpaw is a reincarnation of Cinderpelt, and while the reader already knows this from ''Sunset'', it's one of the first times the characters see the resemblance between the two.two.
* SpinOffspring: ''Power of Three'' is about the kits of two of the heroes from ''The New Prophecy''.


** The tree-bridge to the Gathering island is described with the top of the tree and its branches on the island. This is backward from how the tree fell in ''Starlight'' from the island to the mainland.

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** The tree-bridge to the Gathering island is described with the top of the tree and its branches on the island. This is backward from how the tree fell in ''Starlight'' from the island to the mainland.mainland.
* SharedUnusualTrait: Hollypaw notes that Cinderpaw always flicks her paw a certain way when grooming herself. She notices Leafpool staring at Cinderpaw, and Leafpool comments that Cinderpelt used to flick her paw like that. Cinderpaw is a reincarnation of Cinderpelt, and while the reader already knows this from ''Sunset'', it's one of the first times the characters see the resemblance between the two.

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