Brambleheart combines the world of Warriors with a galaxy far, far away….
Hey everyone! I am back here with my third article! If you didn’t already know, I LOVE Star Wars. Whenever there is a new movie, I always do my best to go on opening weekend, and, for The Last Jedi, I saw it on opening day! I was so happy to see that one of our fellow BlogClan members make an article of their own about this! So, to celebrate my first Clanniversary, I will combine the two things that I love the most!
A long time ago in a forest far, far away..
Star Warriors Episode 1: The Phantom Warrior
Yep, we are starting off with a prequel episode! So, in this episode, two Jedi, Master Qui-Gon Jinn and his Padawan, Obi-Wan Kenobi, rescue the queen of Naboo from war. Their ship runs out of gas, so they crash land on a dessert planet called Tatooine. There, Padme Amidala, the queen, and Qui-Gon Jinn meet a young slave named Anakin Skywalker, while Obi-Wan stays behind on the ship. Qui-Gon is amazed at Anakin’s skills in piloting and mechanics, and knows that he is strong in the force. Anakin proves this once more when he wins a pod race and his freedom. Anakin is presented to the Jedi who recently received a prophecy about a chosen one, who would bring balance. At first, the Jedi council is skeptical about Anakin when he firsts arrives, but while Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan are busy fighting a Sith Lord, Darth Maul, Anakin accidentally flies the fighter to Naboo, putting his skills to the test. He eventually makes the winning move, winning the war and the full (kind of) approval of the Jedi Council.
Now, how does that compare to Warriors? Well, the closest book to this is Into The Wild. In this book, ThunderClan’s leader, Bluestar, is on a patrol with Lionheart, and his young apprentice, Graypaw. Their patrol leads them to a twolegplace. There, Graypaw meet a young kittypet named Rusty. After they fight for a while, Graypaw introduces Rusty to Bluestar and Lionheart. Bluestar is amazed at Rusty’s skills in hunting and fighting , and knows that he is destined to be a warrior, so they invite him to join the Clan. Rusty proves his skills once more when he wins a fight against a grown cat named Longtail, and is welcomed. At first, the Clan is skeptical about a former kittypet joining the Clan, but Firepaw is put into a battle against Brokenstar. Fire paw, with the help of his ThunderClan allies, taunts Brokenstar into exile, and receives his warrior name.
As you can see, the two stories are very similar. I also forgot to state that Firepaw got a prophecy of his own, about him saving the Clan. I need to put a wrap onto this article, so I hope you enjoyed! Let me know if you would like to see more of this! May StarClan light your path, and may the Force be with you.
- Rusty To Firestar (SPOILERS!) by Silverbreeze
- Graystripe in the First Series-More Than Firestar’s Friend part 1 by Hawthornclaw
- Warriors Characters VS Star Wars Characters by Honeypelt
- Comparing how much the cats have changed by Starwatcher
- Firewing takes a look at ShadowClan’s reputation by Firewing