[Crowfeather and Leafpool hold paws while touching their foreheads together]

My Favorite Ships In Warriors by Sunflight

Sunflight lists their favourite ships from the series.

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[image description: a black cat touches their head to and holds paws with a brown-and-white tabby cat on a pink-and-orange background]

Hi readers! I’m Sunflight and these are my favorite ships from all warriors. Know that these are all my favorites, not yours. I support all your opinions. Enjoy!

#8 Cloudtail x Brightheart
This ship was adorable. Cloudtail always had a crush on Brightheart from when they were apprentices. He was the only one who supported her when she got injured. And though Daisy got in the way once, they were quick to get back together.

#7 Crowfeather x Leafpool
I love forbidden ships. This is a great one. More forbidden than a lot of ships. Medicine cat and separate clans? That is love. They loved each other enough to admit that they couldn’t be together.

#6 Dustpelt x Ferncloud
This ship is underrated. I think no one acknowledges their ship. Just because they never were a main character, their ship was so important. They had many kits and they always loved each other. That’s why they should get more credit.

#5 Bramblestar x Squirrelflight
This is one of the shakiest relationships of all of warriors but it is also one of the best. They have way more fights than any other ships, which is why some people say that it is a bad ship, but I think it’s the opposite. Their arguments are what strengthens their relationship. It’s why they are still together after so long.

#4 Millie x Graystripe
This one is so cute! I thought it was awesome how Millie loved Graystripe enough to leave her twolegs. She turned out a great warrior and was an amazing mother to her kits. And I can’t think of anything bad about Graystripe. They are amazing together. Much better than Graystripe x Silverstream (sorry silver x gray fans).

#3 Firestar x Sandstorm
This one is obvious. You either love them or you love Firestar x Spottedleaf or Sandstorm x Dustpelt. Still, I think that Firestorm is the best. They were meant to be from the beginning, and the fact that there was tension just made their relationship even better.

#2 Bristlefrost x Rootspring
As you probably know by now, I love forbidden ships. This is probably the best one so far (at least until Nightheart x Sunbeam happens in Sky. It better happen). It’s a classic love story: he falls in the lake, she saves him and he falls in love forever. I’m just sorry that Rootspring and Bristlefrost never told each other how they felt before she died.

#1 Jayfeather x Half Moon
This one may be shocking to some people because this ship only comes up in around 2 books. I get it. I know a lot of people who don’t even think this ship is real, or counts. But, this is my opinion. They are so cute together and this showed us a side of Jayfeather we may never have seen. Jayfeather was willing to give up his entire life and everyone he loved to be with Half Moon.

Thank you for reading! Have a good day!

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  • πŸŒŸπŸŽ† 3...2...1... Happy 2023! πŸŽ†πŸŒŸ πŸ’– Hooray for Stellarlune and Chapter 42! πŸ₯³ May these next 365 days be filled to capacity with happiness and achievement! 🌊✨(Streampaw/lark, she/her)✨ 🌊 says:

    (1) Great article, Sunflight! I like how you explained your favorite ships in chronological order with brief summaries about each point. And, while I mainly agree with your opinions, I do disagree with some. Primarily, I don’t believe that Leaf x Crow is a good ship – in fact, the opposite. Their relationship was unhealthy, corny, underdeveloped, and overdramatic. Why do I say this? Well, Leafpool attempted to change herself to be more likable in Crowfeather’s eyes and never shared her genuine thoughts and perspective with him, even if it was necessary to. And Crowfeather, though pretending to, didn’t accept Leafpool’s decision to return to the Clans; in Leafpool’s Wish, he provoked her, insulted her, and acted toxicity toward her, and she to him. Besides, their compatibility was subpar – if you legitimately analyze the situation, what did they have in common? Nothing, really. The basis of their relationship, believe it or not, was Feathertail. At the time, Crowfeather was deeply mourning his love’s death, and when he and Leafpool interacted, she comforted him and he began to see the similarity between her and Feathertail. Am I saying that Leafpool is a second Feathertail in Crowfeather’s eyes? No, because Feathertail could never be recreated in another cat for him.

  • πŸŒŸπŸŽ† 3...2...1... Happy 2023! πŸŽ†πŸŒŸ πŸ’– Hooray for Stellarlune and Chapter 42! πŸ₯³ May these next 365 days be filled to capacity with happiness and achievement! 🌊✨(Streampaw/lark, she/her)✨ 🌊 says:

    (2) But he was reminded of her in Leafpool’s compassion, empathy, and gentleness. Moving on, their relationship was rushed and, quite frankly, underdeveloped. Leaf x Crow fans argue that their relationship began developing in Dawn, the third book of the New Prophecy, but I disagree with this. Crowfeather and Leafpool had only a few interactions in this book, which I don’t believe counts as development – to develop a relationship, cats need to have conversations and mutual moments of friendship, and I didn’t see any of these signs in Dawn. Yet, somehow, in Twilight, the two fell in love almost immediately after speaking with one another – what, five or six times? Some may attempt to refute this by claiming that they thought frequently about each other – given Leafpool’s point of view. But thoughts aren’t reality, and people (and cats) can easily be distorted (positively or negatively) in others’ minds to match their perspective on them. Leafpool was in love with Crowfeather; she saw only the “perfect” version of him mentally (unlike Feather x Crow, who viewed each other as they were because of their numerous interactions and embraced each other’s imperfections). Next, overdramatic and corny are also words to describe this ship: they literally created the entirety of the drama within two arcs – that’s approximately 12 books emphasizing how overly, unnecessarily, unrealistically dramatic their relationship was: they decided to run away together after four meetings.

    Still, great article! Note that this is just my opinion, and although I’m quite passionate about it, I don’t mean to be confrontational or argumentative. I accept your opinions, and you did a wonderful job supporting them! πŸ™‚

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