Top 10 Warrior Cats that Deserved to Be in StarclanMellowix Maybe some of the Dark Forest cat out there aren't as evil as we think they are and deserve their spot in Starclan.
The Top Ten
Yellowfang's mother. According to Su, she couldn't handle the death of her two kits after she thought her older daughter murdered them. And when Brokenstar revealed it was him, she couldn't understand it because she wasn't "sane enough". What? So a cat is sent to the Dark Forest because they were emotionally unstable after their kits were murdered and they were made to believe it was older kits? That's just cruel. - Mellowix
Similar with Lilywhisker. She went to the Dark Forest because "she couldn't accept her fate" after her injured her back leg, sending her to the Elder's den too early. Su seems to quite insensitive when it comes to people with mental illnesses and life changing injuries. Because apparently those are enough to seen you to the Dark Forest. Not for murdering or betraying anyone but simply because you were angry for a justified reason. - Mellowix
Brokenstar's adopted brother and the son of Lizardstripe. What did he do? He never supported Brokenstar. And he was always a loyal warrior, doing his job. Never once, did we see him kill someone or anything like that. - Mellowix
A Cat that appeared in Tallstar's revenge and Yellowfang's secret. Same with Deerfoot, what did he do wrong? - Mellowix
A Dark forest trainee. Killed by Thistleclaw and then a 2nd time by Ivypool. Was manipulated by the Dark Forest and Starclan never once tried to reach out and help him. Not to mention, there wasn't anything he could do to leave the Dark Forest training. Beetlewhisker tried it and instantly got killed off Brokenstar snapped his spine. There are many other Dark Forest trainees that got off scott-free, he why not him? - Mellowix
A Dark Forest trainee who fought one the Dark Forest's side in New Hope and got killed by Blackstar. Similar thing with Antpelt. Didn't do anything apart from fighting on the "wrong" side. I think when it's being decided where a cat should go after their deaths, they should be judged for their own individual actions, not the actions of their group or someone else, they happened to be loyal to. It shouldn't be a matter of sides or loyalty. Every group should be judged equally. - Mellowix
Was Brokenstar's adopted sister. I admit she was loyal to Brokenstar. However she was typically following the warrior code by following her leader. Not to mention, wasn't you follow your brother/sister if they were leader? Never killed anyone. Was forced to become a rouge against her will, with no fair trial. When Thunderclan attacked, she'd be expecting for her Clanmates to help defend their camp but imagine how confusing it must of been to have your trusted clanmates suddenly turn on you and treat you like an enemy.
That's one I've always been confused about. In the exile of Brokenstar and his followers, how was it decided who were "Brokenstar's followers"? Did cats go crazy and just accuse each other and drive out who ever they didn't like? - Mellowix
I'd say the main reason people see Thistleclaw as evil is simply because the book he stared in "Bluestar's prophecy" and it's from Bluestar's point of view. Because she's the main character, it makes it seems the stuff she does is justified and everything Thistleclaw does is worse then anything she could ever do. Personally I think Bluefur and Thistleclaw are just as bad as each other. - Mellowix
Never actually really did anything. Never killed anyone. (I don't consider Spottedleaf's heart cannon.)
3 things corner arguments: "He would destroyed his Clan if he become deputy". - May I draw attention to the *If* in that statement. He never actually become leader. Punishing someone for a crime they "might" of done is completely wrong.
"He was too ambitious and battle hungry." - May I remind you there was plenty of other battle hungry characters out there who are never punished for it; Thornclaw, Pinestar (Lost 7 of his lives in battle) etc. Also the Warriors series has this strange thing about ambition, treating it like this evil trait. And all characters who have additions of being leader are heartless and willing to kill anyone to gain power. What a great message for kids, Erins.
You can't punish someone for their personality traits, unless those traits causes them to actually do something. Which I remind Thistleclaw didn't. He ...more - Mellowix
I'm only really putting her here because I have fill out ten spaces... - Mellowix
Mapleshade honestly deserves her place in the Dark Forest. - Mellowix
Demented by hatred.
He had a tough childhood, I'll give him that. But that doesn't excuse him for; training and killing kits, banishing the elders and Yellowfang, driving out Windclan, Killing his own father and plotting with Tigerclaw. - Mellowix
Same as Mapleshade. - Mellowix
"Nightpaw recovered from his coughing fit and trotted over to her [Yellowfang]. Before he left, his brother Clawpaw touched his nose to the small apprentice's ear. "Get well soon! " he mewed." He was only obeying his Clan leader! And look at how kind he is to his brother!
He is only evil because his mentor encouraged him. If he had a different mentor then he would probably be like white storm.
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