Warrior theories by Iceclaw

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Iceclaw discusses possible theories in the past of Warriors and in the future

Hi guys!

I’m going to talk about warrior theories.
First of all in Tigerclaw’s Fury, remember Tigerclaw ran to Thunderclan when the fire was going on? It said “As far as he could tell the trees between the ravine and Twolegplace were burning, and the deafening roar suggested that the fire was heading straight toward the ThunderClan camp. No!” Then Mapleshade told Tigerclaw that it was the clan that drove him out and stuff like that. He replied in saying that he wanted to have the satisfaction of killing them himself. But the book says his real feelings. “He wondered if Mapleshade could sense the horror that squirmed in his belly. No cat deserves to die in flames, surely?” So could Tigerclaw still have loyalty to ThunderClan even after he was exiled? Or at least a little?

Second of all, in Fire and Ice, remember Tigerclaw and Crookedstar was fighting? It said “Fireheart watched breathlessly as Tigerclaw bared his teeth, lunged forward, and sank them deep into Crookestar’s neck.” I read a little more and that got me thinking. Was Tigerclaw about to kill Crookedstar? In Tigerclaw’s fury, we found out that Mapleshade had talked to Tigerclaw in his mind. So did Mapleshade tell Tigerclaw to not kill Crookedstar? We know that Mapleshade was doing her revenge on Crookedstar by making him watch all his loved ones die. But this happened before Silverstream’s death so does Mapleshade not want Tigerclaw to kill him because she wasn’t finished with her revenge yet?

The other one is The Apprentice Quest. Lilykit and Twigkit joined Shadowclan and ThunderClan. Maybe they are one of the descendents of Mothflight’s kits and is going to fulfill the blazing star prophecy where they join the clans together because of the rogues. They wouldn’t have appeared in the book if they didn’t play an important part.

I read the book Sunset. Remember how Tigerstar was trying to lure Tawnypelt to train with him? But Tawnypelt refused. It said “A growl rumbled in Tigerstar’s throat. Brambleclaw caught the gleam of unsheathed claws…” Did that mean Tigerstar was about to attack but he knew he couldn’t? The book says “…You don’t frighten me” she meowed calmly.” So does that mean Dark Forest cats can’t attack cats that they haven’t lured in? Because in the omen of star series, they did hurt cats that they have lured but I never heard that they hurt a cat that wasn’t lured to them.

That’s all. I hope you like it!

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  10 Replies to “Warrior theories by Iceclaw”

  1. StarClan Knows (Lionpaw)
    June 1, 2016 at 3:39 pm

    Great article! I hope to see more from you!




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  2. RANDOMSTAR
    June 1, 2016 at 4:08 pm

    Great article! I love theories!




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  3. Creampaw(rose)
    June 1, 2016 at 5:20 pm

    Wonderful article, Iceclaw! Those are some good theories!




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  4. Laurelpaw
    June 1, 2016 at 7:52 pm

    Wonderful insights, Iceclaw! I really enjoyed reading your article.




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  5. Emberkit (Emberfang)
    June 1, 2016 at 8:00 pm

    Awesome! 😀




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  6. Wildheart/Wildpaw
    June 1, 2016 at 8:47 pm

    Very good article! but I think you mentioned Violetkit not Lillykit.




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  7. kindheart
    June 1, 2016 at 10:37 pm

    great theories though the last one means that they couldn’t have attacked the clans but still great job!




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  8. June 2, 2016 at 12:34 am

    Ooh interesting. Great job fluffy!




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  9. Emberdawn
    June 2, 2016 at 11:05 pm

    Ooo, your theories are amazing, Iceclaw! Can’t wait to see more articles!




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  10. Dawnkit the first
    June 18, 2016 at 10:08 pm

    Hmm, interesting. Great article!




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