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Feralfront, formerly known as WCRPG, is a role-playing forum somewhat based on the Warrior Cats series of children's books. It is ongoing as of 2019.

It features two main games: the Traditional boards, which focus on the traditional style of Warrior Cats roleplaying, and the Extended boards, which focus on feral animals living in separated societies in a similar but more open vein to the Traditional boards.

Apart from the site's primary allure of feral roleplay, one can also find various anime-based and human boards, though they're not the main focus of the site.


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Feralfront contains examples of:

  • Alternate Continuity: The books never happened, and barely resemble where the RP is now.
  • Amazing Technicolor Wild Life: Played straight. There are no restrictions on what animal your character is, so you can have a pink cat with wings or a goat-tiger with a scorpion tail.
  • Anyone Can Die: People just love killing their characters off.
  • Arch-Enemy: Feliks has multiple:
    • Deathstroke in 2015/2016. Feliks has since reconciled with him, much to the surprise of anyone who knows how much trauma Feliks was put through.
    • The Exiles: Blames them for ruining his life, is one of the only few exiled from there, which is even more special since he was exiled before getting the chance to join.
    • Sweetophelia: Exiling him for verbally defending the aforementioned Deathstroke and undermining his leadership is one way to make an enemy.
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  • Back from the Dead: A common trope; characters hardly stay dead for long.
  • Brilliant, but Lazy: Feliks is bright, knows how to fight well due to his age, but he'd much prefer sitting back, taunting and teleporting all over the place instead of killing and leading.
  • From Nobody to Nightmare: Feeling outclassed due to lack of family in the clans, and from having a long reign as leader overlooked, Feliks nowadays is known for a vicious temper and silly behaviour.
  • Generational Saga: The main games continue on even when other characters die, thus creating storylines that are always continuing.
  • Large Ham: Feliks to a key. If he has something to say he's going to say it, normally with mischievous intent.
  • Loads and Loads of Characters: Since new characters are created every day, it's impossible to count them.
  • The Napoleon: Feliks often compensates for it by calling others little instead.
  • Papa Wolf: May be immature and seldom serious in combat, but perhaps don't touch Feliks' children. He'll go straight for the kill if he's annoyed.
  • Reincarnation: Plenty of characters get reincarnated when they die. Some may regain the events from their past lives.
  • Sliding Scale of Animal Cast: Level 2 for the main site, and Level 8 for a small subsection of boards. Humans and human objects are vaguely mentioned in the main boards, so they exist, but cannot be roleplayed. On the other hand, there are a small number of anime-based and human-based boards that exist on the site.
  • Visionary Villain: Feliks believes any harmful deed he does is good since it'll take down corrupt hierarchies. Also doesn't associate with other 'villains'.
  • Where the Hell Is Springfield?: Nobody really knows where all this takes place.

Alternative Title(s): Warrior Cats RPG

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