Reasons Why Warrior Cats Is a Great Book SeriesBlueDiamondFromNowhere Warrior Cats is my second favorite book franchise (nothing can beat Pretty Little Liars, of course) and those are the reasons why I love this series.
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War, blood, gore, forbidden romance, love, family love, bonds, teamwork, the circle of life, mystery, equality, religion, politic like happenings, yeah this has it all. And plus, the fandom is kind to you, (at least as long as you except them, lol) and welcomes you into the fandom. Also, you don't have to be part of the fandom to be a fan!
The writing is truly impeccable. Explaining it makes you sound like a wacko, but reading it transports you to another world entirely. - keycha1n
This story has a great and creative plot that I really enjoy - BlueDiamondFromNowhere
The story has a lot of actionV 2 Comments
(MOST! ) of the characters are well-developed and aren't mary/gary-sues. My favourite cat is Firestar because I'm his biggest fan, if I was a warrior cat I'd be Sandstorm. My least favourite is Scourge.
The characters are likable and we easily accept them. My favorite character is Fireheart - BlueDiamondFromNowhere
They have a lot of great characters in the series and a lot of suprises they have and secrets that will bring you in shock when I heard Bluestar had kits I died (not really) I was so shocked.
My favorite characters are Scourge,Leafpool,Mapleshade,and Firestar! They are the most coolest characters! Everyone know that this is so true!V 1 Comment
This has positive messages such as protecting their clans and the people the characters love. - BlueDiamondFromNowhere
Yeah! Not for squeamish people in the darkest hour 0.0
Warrior Cats is a great serie, no matter if you are 10 or 100 - BlueDiamondFromNowhere
Fireheart and Graystipe helps other cats even if they aren't their best friend. - BlueDiamondFromNowhere
Yes and noFirestar = goodTigerstar = bad
Well, the books are. It's fans...I think it's safe to say we're all weirdos.
Please don't hate me
Some books use a lot of stereotypes (like Pretty Little Liars that has an hightly stereotyped character (Alison DiLaurentis)) while Warrior Cats doesn't seems to use stereotypes - BlueDiamondFromNowhere
Usually, the covers are pictures of a cat. People assume that it's childish, but it truly isn't. - Minecraftcrazy530
The cover seemed childish at first, but inside it's not childish at all - BlueDiamondFromNowhere
Yeah, sure, a lot of people like warriors at age 9-10. But really... there's so much more. Romance, war, death, politics, religion... it handles a lot of deep stuff.
ERR N-no way is this book childish. Blood Gore Birth scenes Forbidden Romanves War etc. Still the best though
The fans of the books are really cool and nice, unlike some fanbases that are annoying. - BlueDiamondFromNowhere
Urm... Something I may have to disagree on. Being a crazy fan who used to write fanfictions and role play, I can say the fan base is kind of scary. - keycha1n
Yes that is my 2# reason!
As society progresses, we see that this happens more often than not, which is a good thing. The thing is, that for books today to show that they in their universe do value women as much as men, they often have to point it out directly, to an extend where it's too much.
The Warriors series does a good job of completely disregarding this, and basically giving it to us like it's completely normal for that time which it was written in.
So much work has been put into this series!
So many books, characters, plots,
Every arc of the series has a prophecy that will be fullfilled by arc’s end. Excluding Power of Three and Omen of the Stars. The first arc was about this kitty pet named Rusty that was prophecized to “save the clans”. By arc’s end, he fulfills the that prophecy and becomes leader of ThunderClan. I’m sorry for they people reading the first arc since that explaination was a spoiler for the first arc. I only needed one example.
Many books besides Warrior Cats just have the same thing: always one hero to save a villain who looks impossible to defeat; magical spells and worlds, or just a plain old peaceful life you can’t understand. I’m not saying EVERY SINGLE book, it’s just that I’ve read books and most of them have one of the above.
In warrior cats, you venture into many life stories and lessons we must accept. Bringing in many different characteristics of each cat has taught me that not everyone uses talents the way I use mine, so shoving them into bright light isn’t the same old boring thing everyone’s seen. I was expecting to see an ending like “and they all lived forever in peace” or some great old ending in one of these books. But turns out, they will never rest in peace. This is a Survival game, not just the regular one, it has many wars and battles. Take the one for StarClan against The Dark Forest (which I mention reluctantly) for example. Warrior Cats was an awesome introduction ...more
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2. Cool Characters
3. For Everyone
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