Warrior Names for Those Without Them by Brightkit

Brightkit gives warrior names to some characters who never got theirs in their lifetime.

Art by Graystripe64

Hiya, BlogClanners! I have attempted to submit two articles before, but that didn’t quite work out, I think, because they had too few words. So I decided to finally make an article with the right amount of words. And I had the idea of…*drumroll* warrior names for those cats who don’t have them! So, first off:
-Kits-
Snowkit–I think he might have been named Snowhawk after the hawk that had carried him off, or maybed Snowheart, because of the courage, honor, and kindness I think he’d have if he survived.
Tadpole–he would have been named Frogpounce, because of his enthusiasm and confidence. (Did anyone else cry when Tadpole died? :()
Hollykit & Larchkit–I don’t know much about Hollykit and Larchkit, but maybe they would have been named Hollystripe and Larchfall.
Mosskit–Poor, poor Mosskit…she had such a DARN SAD DEATH! I think she would be named Mossfrost or Mosscloud, because those suffixes remind me of a cold leaf-bare day. Or maybe Mosslight, because I consider Mosskit as a pale light of hope in the darkness; it’s her personality.
Adderkit & Blossomkit–Remember them from the field guide Cats of the Clans? I think Adderkit would be named Adderstrike, because he seems sort of arrogant and aggressive but loyal. Blossomkit might be named Blossompool because I imagine pure white blossom petals floating in water, or Blossomshine.
-Apprentices-
Ravenpaw–Ah, Ravenpaw’s warrior name is the most frequently discussed. I would say Ravenwing, because he’s a flighty and fast cat sometimes, or Ravenwind, because it’s like a raven gliding on the wind peacefully, which represents Ravenpaw’s relaxed and happy self.
Shrewpaw–For him, I would say Shrewdusk because he’s a calm and logical cat. Maybe Shrewnose, because he’s curious.
Seedpaw–I think Seedpaw died for no reason and was an amazing character. I think she would be Seedfire because she’s confident and bold.
Swiftpaw–Swiftpaw would have been named Swiftstorm, because he was such a promising young cat and his fight against the dogs was desperate and devastating, like a storm. Man his death was so depressing.
And lastly…Crookedstar’s warrior name if he had not had his jaw injury.
Stormstorm
JK
I think it would be Stormlight, because his personality is like the soft golden light of the aftermath of a storm.

Welllp, that’s it! Feel free to comment whatever you like 😀

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  19 Replies to “Warrior Names for Those Without Them by Brightkit”

  1. January 1, 2018 at 6:41 pm

    The Art is by Graystripe64; I found the picture on their DeviantART page.




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    • Embers of Winter Tsar (Emberdawn)
      Embers of Winter Tsar (Emberdawn)
      January 1, 2018 at 6:52 pm

      Updated!


      Writer, photographer, mod




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    • January 4, 2018 at 5:42 pm

      How do you put a picture in your profile?! I’m new here and have no idea how 2, plz and thx!




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  2. Dive Like A Fox Into This New Year
    January 1, 2018 at 7:01 pm

    I like Mosslight (I like the thought of “the pale hope in the darkness” for her 😊), Frogpounce, Hollystripe, Larchfall, and Shrewnose 😀 Swiftclaw or Swiftpath I’d prefer for Swiftpaw but Swiftstorm is a cool name! 🙂 Fun article, Brightkit! ^^


    RoF came out on my birthday 🎉




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  3. Clover Growing in Snow (Cloverpaw, previously Brightpaw)
    January 1, 2018 at 8:19 pm

    This is a really interesting article! I wish I could read your past 2 articles.




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  4. Morningkit
    January 1, 2018 at 11:28 pm

    This is awesome! I always wished that Mosskit would’ve lived….




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  5. Hi! Hola! Aloha! Bonjour! Guten Tag! Ciao! Olà! Ni hau! Namaste! (Owlfeather)
    January 2, 2018 at 11:00 pm

    Great article! I like those names!


    Hamilton+Warriors=AWESOMENESS!




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  6. Cheetahpaw
    January 7, 2018 at 9:16 pm

    Love those names!




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