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In The Prophecies Begin arc
- Raggedstar does not formally appear, but is mentioned by his former mate, Yellowfang, when Firepaw asks her if she misses ShadowClan, she says that she misses the old ShadowClan. She tells him that before Brokenstar was leader, ShadowClan was still feared for their strength, but that came from obeying the warrior code and from fierce loyalty, not from fear and bloodlust. She notes that Raggedstar was one of the best leaders the forest had ever seen.
- Brokenstar reveals to Yellowfang that he killed Raggedstar because he said he was a weak leader in a fake ambush that he had his warriors help him with, making it look like an attack from a rival Clan, so that he could become leader in his father's place. Yellowfang is shocked and angry at Brokenstar's cruel ambition, as Raggedstar was her mate.
In the Power of Three arc
- Raggedstar, along with the former ShadowClan medicine cat, Runningnose, begs Jaypaw to save ShadowClan from Sol, who had made Blackstar lose belief in StarClan.
- Later, during the false sign constructed by Hollyleaf, Dawnpaw, Tigerpaw, Flametail, Lionblaze, and Jaypaw, Raggedstar and Runningnose appear to complete the sign and convince Blackstar to believe in StarClan. Blackstar later chases Sol out of ShadowClan. He also thanks the cats for their help.
In the Omen of the Stars arc
- Raggedstar appears to Flametail in a dream, along with the rest of ShadowClan's ancestors. He, Sagewhisker, and Palefoot tell Flametail that he must break his friendships in other Clans and protect his own Clan. Raggedstar wants to tell Flametail everything, but Sagewhisker won't allow it. She says it will ruin his own belief in ShadowClan, so Raggedstar agrees, and only tells him that he has to be a burning flame to save his Clan before departing.
- In StarClan, he is on patrol with Hollyflower and Russetfur when Jayfeather seeks out Flametail. He threateningly questions Jayfeather about his business with Flametail.
- He expresses worry about the Dark Forest cats since he thinks that StarClan cannot beat an enemy who has brought leaf-bare to StarClan, and Darkflower comments that the Dark Forest has grown stronger than StarClan.
In the Super Editions
- During ShadowClan's ambush on WindClan, Raggedpaw joins in on the fighting, teaming up with a ginger tabby. He and the other cat attack Plumclaw, and drive her towards a Thunderpath, with monsters rumbling past.
- Raggedkit is first seen playing with his littermate, Scorchkit. He taunts Yellowkit, Nutkit, and Rowankit, telling the younger kits that they're much too clumsy to be learning battle skills. Scorchkit agrees, saying it will be quite a while before Yellowkit and her siblings become apprentices, and by then, the two brothers will have already been made warriors. Raggedkit and his brother try to show the younger kits battle moves, and when Nutkit tells his siblings that they should go looking for mice in the bushes, Raggedkit says that they wouldn't be able to catch any. Nutkit turns around and says that he was not talking to Raggedkit, calling him a kittypet. According to the gossiping elders, the kits' mother, Featherstorm, often strayed into the Twolegplace. Many cats suspected that Featherstorm's mate could be a kittypet. Raggedkit growls at Nutkit, but before either kit is able to retaliate against one another, Brightflower, the mother of Yellowkit, Nutkit, and Rowankit, calls her kits back to the nursery. Raggedkit doesn't hesitate to glare at Yellowkit as she walks past and back to her mother, however.
- A few days later, Cedarstar holds the apprentice ceremony for Raggedkit and Scorchkit. Most of the cats seem pleased; Toadskip, however, is seen whispering to Archeye about his disapproval of apprenticing Raggedkit and Scorchkit, and snidely remarks on the kits' parentage. Raggedkit is given his apprentice name, Raggedpaw, and is apprenticed to Brackenfoot, Yellowkit's father. Yellowkit feels slightly jealous because more of Brackenfoot's attention will be focused on Raggedpaw instead of his kits. When Sagewhisker and Brightflower take Yellowkit and Nutkit to the medicine cat's den to give them yarrow after Nutkit eats a piece of crowfood, Yellowkit notices Raggedpaw and Scorchpaw in camp with their mentors and is slightly jealous. She then begins to walk faster because she does not want the two apprentices to ask what is going on. She later longs to explore the territory like Raggedpaw and Scorchpaw.
- Later on, Yellowkit spots Raggedpaw training with Brackenfoot when she ventures into the thorns around camp to pick moss for Silverflame. Brackenfoot praises his apprentice and has him practice the move again, telling him that his swipe needs more power to it. As Yellowkit watches Raggedpaw and Brackenfoot train, she expresses admiration for Raggedpaw's fighting skills. Raggedpaw pins his mentor and believes he has won, but Brackenfoot lunges up and throws him off. Irritated, Raggedpaw accuses his mentor of cheating; Brackenfoot counters him by pointing out that an enemy would use the same move in a real battle and that he still has a lot to learn. Raggedpaw then apologizes and asks Brackenfoot to teach him the new move. As he and Brackenfoot make their way into camp, he spots Yellowkit and yowls to his mentor that she was spying on them. Brackenfoot dismisses this, saying that it is fine for Yellowkit to watch because she might learn something. During Yellowpaw's apprentice ceremony, Raggedpaw is seen listening with Brackenfoot. Yellowpaw later wonders if her new denmate would welcome her.
- After that, his mentor lets him and Scorchpaw demonstrate a practice battle to the other apprentices, and Crowtail tells them how the older apprentices are getting a lot better. When Yellowpaw asks to try the move, Crowtail lets her work with Nutpaw and Raggedpaw. After a few short moments, Scorchpaw accidentally hurts Rowanpaw and the training is called off. Later, when he sees Yellowpaw practicing the move by herself, he goes over to her and asks her if she would like some help. She lets him help her until it begins to get dark, and he leaves her hoping to go on a hunting patrol. Yellowpaw has new thoughts about him.
- When Foxpaw and Wolfpaw are made apprentices, Rowanpaw mutters that they're more annoying than Raggedpaw and Scorchpaw. Shortly after, Raggedpaw has his first real battle with another Clan. When Brightflower detects WindClan scent in the paw-prints that lead up to the Thunderpath, he is sent to the battle along with Stonetooth, Scorchpaw, their mentors, and Yellowpaw and her siblings. Yellowpaw is slightly disappointed to see him coming, wishing that she and her littermates could have been the only apprentices to go into battle. When he tries to calm Yellowpaw, Nutpaw lashes out and reminds him that this is Raggedpaw's first battle as well. When Yellowpaw is pinned down by a WindClan warrior, Raggedpaw helps her out of trouble and takes on the tom. Yellowpaw watches him, slightly irritated, admiring his skills. When the cats return to the camp after the battle, Raggedpaw is made a warrior by the name of Raggedpelt. After his ceremony, he apologizes to Yellowpaw for helping to save her in the skirmish, also saying he would like to hunt with her one day. When he finishes and leaves, Rowanpaw teases Yellowpaw about Raggedpelt liking her.
- Raggedpelt attends his first Gathering as a warrior. Foxpaw tells him how she talked about how he defeated the WindClan warriors to some RiverClan apprentices, and urges him to come meet them. He declines, and when Foxpaw insists on showing them his fighting moves, he tells her that it's not the time for that and that she shouldn't be looking to cause trouble with rival Clans. She becomes angry and walks away. Yellowpaw tries to talk to Raggedpelt about it but is interrupted by the WindClan warriors coming up to them. When they bring up the battle, Raggedpelt doesn't want to talk about it, but the WindClan cats continue their taunting. When he is accused of being a kittypet by one of them, he becomes defensive and threatens to fight them, seeming to forget where he is. They continue teasing him maliciously, especially after Yellowpaw had tried to defend him. The WindClan deputy, Reedfeather, steps in and tells the WindClan cats to go to where they should be as the Gathering is about to begin. Raggedpelt is watching them go, looking angry, and Yellowpaw tries to tell him to relax. He does and tells her how much it provokes him when cats talk about his heritage. They converse about it until the leaders begin to speak. When Yellowpaw returns home, she vows to herself she will help Raggedpelt find out who his father is.
- In the morning, Yellowpaw asks the elders if they know anything about Raggedpelt's father, but they are reluctant to tell her. Littlebird finally tells her that Featherstorm was often near the Twolegplace before the birth of Raggedpelt and Scorchpaw, and Yellowpaw goes on her way. That night, she finds Raggedpelt and tells him they will find his father. He becomes angry and points out how unreasonable she is being, until Yellowpaw persuades him to come with her, knowing he really wants to know the truth. Not too soon after they reach Twolegplace do they encounter Marmalade, Pixie, and Red. Yellowpaw asks the kittypets if they know anything about Featherstorm, and Marmalade takes them around the Twolegplace and introduces them to a large group of assorted kittypets, loners, and rogues.
- Jay, the presumed leader of the group because of her age and knowledge, permits them to ask one question. Raggedpelt wants to go back to ShadowClan, but Yellowpaw stops him. She asks the cats if any of them knew Featherstorm, but they all reply with the same answer, that none of them knew her. Pixie and Red come forward to see off the Clan cats, and Marmalade provokes a fight with Raggedpelt. Yellowpaw tells him not to fight and to run away from them, and so they do, but another cat comes forward and tells Yellowpaw she needs to talk to another cat. The cat leads them away to a kittypet named Hal, who tells the Clan cats that he never knew any cat named Featherstorm. Yellowpaw is about to leave when she notices a striking similarity between Raggedpelt and Hal. Realization begins to dawn on her, and she yowls that Hal must have known Featherstorm because Raggedpelt was his son. Hal becomes angry and tells her coldly that he has no son. When Yellowpaw tries to reason with him, Hal walks away from them. Raggedpelt abruptly tells her that they have to leave now and that the visit to the Twolegplace should never have happened.
- After their trip to the Twolegplace, Raggedpelt ignores Yellowpaw. Rowanpaw begins to notice and whispers to Yellowpaw if they had a fight. Raggedpelt is chosen to go on the rat patrol with Yellowpaw, and he refuses to look at her. When Yellowpaw finally catches up with him to apologize, Raggedpelt replies that he doesn't want to talk about it, and as far as he knows he has no father. Raggedpelt is partnered with Nutpaw to catch rats, much to Yellowpaw's regret. When Raggedpelt refuses to congratulate Yellowpaw's catch, Stonetooth chides Raggedpelt for un-sportsmanship. Raggedpelt begrudgingly compliments Yellowpaw's catch. He continues to ignore Yellowfang during her warrior ceremony.
- He participates in the battle against the kittypets. His pelt touches Yellowfang and she grows embarrassed by their close proximity. During the fight, he snarls to Red to remain quiet about their meeting moons ago. He and Yellowfang briefly discuss how close Red was to revealing their secret mission. When Red and Boulder join the Clan, Raggedpelt is seen scowling, clearly not trusting the former Twolegplace cats. He continues to ignore Yellowfang and the new apprentices.
- Later, Yellowfang asks her father that she needs to speak to Raggedpelt. She finds the brown tabby desperately fighting against a badger and her cubs. He is quickly overpowered by the stronger opponent. Fortunately, Yellowfang distracts the badger long enough for Raggedpelt to limp away. Once Yellowfang catches up with him, Raggedpelt quickly growls at her for being a mouse-brain. However, his anger dies down as he worries for Yellowfang. She helps him back to camp to Sagewhisker's den. He recovers in the warriors' den where he thanks Yellowfang for saving his life. He makes her promise to never do anything stupid again, and Yellowfang hopes they can be back to being friends.
- As leaf-bare approaches, Raggedpelt is once again friends with Yellowfang. They hunt together and gently tease each other. Littlebird notices the two getting along, and worries that Yellowfang is in a rush to have a mate. Around this time, Foxpaw starts to butt in between the two warriors. She constantly praises Raggedpelt for his skills and sneers at Yellowfang for interfering with them. Later, Raggedpelt and Yellowfang get into an argument about kittypets, and Rowanberry mischievously asks if Yellowfang had a fight with her mate.
- He saves Yellowfang when the kittypets invade the camp. When Yellowfang frantically tries to find Russetpaw and Boulder to stop the battle, she runs into Raggedpelt facing off with Featherstorm and Hal. He angrily demands his mother to deny the fact that Hal is his father. Featherstorm replies that he revoked that right a long time ago. When asked why Hal didn't tell Raggedpelt when they first met, Hal replies that he wanted nothing to do with the Clan cats and mocks him for his kittypet blood. Raggedpelt unleashes his hatred by killing his father. Yellowfang protests his death, but Raggedpelt insists that Hal was nothing but a useless kittypet. To justify his death, he claims that Hal attacked Yellowfang and he was merely protecting her. Russetpaw arrives and in her mourning she reveals that Hal was her father, thus making her Raggedpelt's half-sister.
- Since that incident, Raggedpelt acts sour and arrogant towards Yellowfang and Russetpaw. He convinces himself that Russetpaw isn't his sister and Hal's death was justified. As they continue to hunt and talk about the future, Raggedpelt uncertainty asks if Yellowfang would want to be with him. Yellowfang agrees. She later finds Foxheart complimenting Raggedpelt's tracking skills. Both cats mock Yellowfang for finding herbs instead of hunting. Yellowfang longs to tell Raggedpelt about her hyper-empathy. He later insists that he wanted them to be leader and deputy not leader and medicine cat. He continues to tease Yellowfang for helping Sagewhisker, and gives a nod of approval when she joins more hunting patrols.
- He participates in the battle with WindClan and helps Yellowfang back to camp. It is noted that he visited every day to check up on her recovery. He insists on Yellowfang participating in some battle training to keep her skills up. After she saves Cloudkit, Yellowfang informs Raggedpelt of her desire to become Sagewhisker's apprentice. Raggedpelt first thinks it's a joke before feebly asking that he thought they were going to have kits one day. He angrily retorts he thought Yellowfang chose him.
- Raggedpelt is seen looking scornful at Yellowfang's medicine cat ceremony. Yellowfang wishes to tell him that she still has feelings for him.
- He comes up with a plan to trap the rats. Cedarstar is impressed with his plan and asks him to be in charge. Sagewhisker notes that he'll go far, maybe as far as deputyship. He leads the last group responsible for killing the trapped rats. He oversees the construction of the trap and wishes for Yellowfang to fight besides him. At first, the plan is successful with Raggedpelt's patrol killing many rats. However, the plan soon fails when too many rats poured from the rubbish, overflowing the trap. The cats are soon overwhelmed, and Raggedpelt orders his patrol to help the others. He drags Cedarstar away from the fight and orders a retreat. Back at the camp, Raggedpelt blames himself for the failure. He apologizes to Cedarstar who surprisingly praises Raggedpelt for his courage. Cedarstar explains they have learned what not to do, and promises Cloudkit for Raggedpelt to mentor when he's of age.
- At the Gathering, Cedarstar surprisingly reports that Stonetooth will be retiring to the elders' den, and annouces that Raggedpelt will take his place. He is seen staring sorrowful at Yellowfang when Cedarstar announces her new position as medicine cat apprentice. Yellowfang is confused by this, since one day they will be leader and medicine cat of ShadowClan. Later, he reveals to Yellowfang that he wants to be more than misses her. He wants to be more than medicine cat and leader, and the two begin a secret relationship. The two become mates and begin to meet in secret, and Raggedpelt constantly reminds her that she's still an apprentice and can quit anytime.
- Just like Cedarstar promised, Raggedpelt is given Cloudpaw as his apprentice. Raggedpelt is devestated when Cloudpaw becomes critically injured. He thanks Yellowfang for saving his life. Because of this incident, Yellowfang is confidnet of her destiny to become the next medicine cat. She reveals this to Raggedpelt who becomes furious at her obsession with herbs and cobwebs. Yellowfang remarks why he hasn't had any kits with Foxheart, who is obviously in love with him, but Raggedpelt rebukes by stating he has no feelings for Foxheart. He refuses to wish her luck when she travels to the Moonstone. He starts spending more time with Foxheart
- When Raggedpelt learns that Yellowfang is having his kits, he is overjoyed and it is noted that he completely ignores the problem that she is a medicine cat. When the problem is introduced to him by Yellowfang, he tells her to stop being a medicine cat. When she refuses, he is angry and his parentage is brought up. When Yellowfang gives birth to Brokenkit, it's said that he has eyes only for the kit. He snarls at Lizardstripe, Brokenkit's foster mother, saying that she should be grateful for fostering the future Clan leader's son. He is seen spending him with his lonely son, encouraging him to practice battle moves. Further into the book, it's stated that his life no longer seemed to have Yellowfang in it; Brokenkit was all that truly mattered to him. He stands up for son when he gets into trouble, constantly stating that his son will become a great warrior.
- Cedarstar eventually dies, and Yellowfang takes Raggedpelt to receive his nine lives. His last life is received from Dawnstar, who gives the new leader the gift of putting ShadowClan above all others. When the two return to camp, Foxheart, whom every cat presumes to be his mate and the mother to Brokenpaw, is named as his deputy. Raggedstar doesn't contradict the rumors, nor does he support them. Two moons after he first takes leadership it is noted that he won the approval of all of his Clanmates. He names Brokenpaw a warrior—now Brokentail, despite him not completing a final assessment and only training for five moons. Throughout the book, Raggedstar constantly shows favoritism for his son. Later, Raggedstar approves a battle plan to defeat the rats from Brokentail. The plan results in Foxheart's death, and Raggedstar names Cloudpelt as his new deputy. When Brokentail argues this with his father, Raggedstar tells his son to have patience, and the role of deputy will be his when Cloudpelt dies.
- When Brokentail arrives into camp claiming that WindClan stole ShadowClan prey, Raggedstar is at first dubious. He is offended when Yellowfang demands that their son might be lying. He leads a border patrol to check on the border which quickly turns into a fight. Raggedstar orders a retreat, and Cloudpelt later dies from his wounds. Yellowfang insists that the battle never should've happened, but Raggedstar snaps at her for trying to dishonor Cloudpelt's memory. He also refuses to listen when she advises against making Brokentail deputy, and demands that she never question him again. He later makes Brokentail his deputy.
- Later, Raggedstar rushes to find Yellowfang and recounts a horrible dream he had of kits fighting and killing each other. He is frightened as he recounts his dream, and asks what it means. He is dismayed that they both had this vision, and finally acknowledges that he made a terrible mistake naming Brokentail his deputy. When Raggedstar asks what they should do, Yellowfang snarls that he made it very clear that Brokentail was never her son. Later, Deerfoot remarks that Raggedstar made Brokentail cut short their dangerous training session. When Brokentail begins to change his ways, Raggedstar is seemed pleased of his son's progress.
- Brokentail rushes into camp, claiming that Raggedstar was killed by WindClan. Yellowfang rushes out of the camp and finds his body, his nine lives drained all at once. Yellowfang feels as if the camp fell out beneath her paws and wonders what had gone wrong in their relationship. His son mourns him and insists upon carrying his father alone. He also refuses to receive his nine lives until Yellowfang prompts him and tells him it's for the Clan. He is not seen in StarClan with Brokentail received his nine lives, and Yellowfang notes that his spirit is still probably traveling to StarClan. Later, when Yellowfang asks Cedarstar why StarClan let Brokenstar become leader, the former ShadowClan leader explained they had no choice since Brokenstar was Raggedstar's deputy.
- At a Gathering, Cedarstar announces that Raggedpelt is the new deputy of ShadowClan, since Stonetooth had retired to become an elder. Crookedpaw notes that he looks very powerful compared to the old, skinny Stonetooth.
- At a later Gathering, he denies that ShadowClan was trespassing when Pinestar subtly suggests that enemy cats have been trespassing in ThunderClan's territory.
- At a Gathering, Cedarstar announces that Raggedpelt is the new deputy of ShadowClan, since Stonetooth had retired to become an elder. Crookedpaw notes that he looks very powerful compared to the old, skinny Stonetooth. Bluepaw notes that Featherwhisker narrowed his eyes at the new deputy, although it's not directly stated why. Both medicine cats of ShadowClan, Sagewhisker and Yellowfang cheer loudly for the deputy, and he is welcomed by the Clans.
- After Bluepaw is made a warrior, Bluefur, Raggedpelt is seen at another Gathering, sitting beside Stormtail and Adderfang. When Pinestar subtly implies that cats have been crossing the ThunderClan border, Raggedpelt denies the claim, saying that ShadowClan haven't crossed their border in moons.
- When Yellowfang is welcomed as the head medicine cat of ShadowClan, Raggedpelt is seen narrowing his eyes at her, and Yellowfang returns the glare, eyes sharp. Bluefur wonders if there was an argument between the two cats.
- He is mentioned by Leopardfoot of ThunderClan, saying that his son, Brokenpaw, got into a fight with two RiverClan apprentices until Oakheart of RiverClan broke it up. Raggedpelt was said to be furious.
- During Tigerheart's leader ceremony, Raggedstar steps forward and takes Littlecloud's place. He gives him the life of loyalty. He touches the tom's head and explains a leader's loyalty is only to their Clan. He tells Tigerheart to let loyalty be his heartbeat as when it stops, he will too. After the ceremony, Raggedstar whisks his tail and tells the new leader to reunite ShadowClan. After waking up, Raggedstar's words of leader's loyalty only belonging to their Clan rings in Tigerstar's mind.
In the Field Guides
- In "Yellowfang Speaks: A Thankless Kit", Raggedstar is Brokenstar's father. He falls in love with Yellowfang, even though she is a medicine cat. They are able to hide their forbidden relationship, because they both have high status within the Clan. Together they have three kits, although only one, whom Yellowfang names Brokenkit, survives. Raggedstar convinces the only nursing ShadowClan queen, Lizardstripe, to suckle him. She agrees, knowing that suckling the Clan leader's son will improve her status and make her important, even though everyone knows she is not his real mother. In the moons that follow, Raggedstar seems to forget Yellowfang as his mate, and only cares about Brokenkit, whom he mentors and loves deeply. He doesn't see his son's ambitions to become leader at any cost until it is too late, and meets his death at his own son's claws. Brokentail has no remorse at killing his own father, and former mentor. All he cares about is becoming leader.
- He is also listed as one of ShadowClan's "Significant Leaders". He is said to be proud and cunning, but blind to Brokenstar's true evil nature. Here, it is revealed that he fought off the rats in Carrionplace that had been bothering ShadowClan for many moons.
- Rock mentions Raggedstar in Brokenstar's story. He explains how Brokenstar was just looking for respect and admiration, and the only way he saw to gain it was through violence. So, knowingly, he sends his own father to StarClan, and continues on to do the same to many more innocent cats.
- Raggedstar is first mentioned on Yellowfang’s page. Yellowfang’s biggest mistake was her love for Raggedstar, even though he is leader and she is a medicine cat.
- Raggedstar has his own page.
- He is born in ShadowClan to Featherstorm. The identity of his father was always a mystery. Rumours that his father was a kittypet followed Raggedkit since he was a tiny kit. The taunts that filled his ears made him more determined to prove his courage and skill in battle. He is sharp-tongued and measured himself against punishing standards and it was no surprise Cedarstar chose him as a deputy when he was a young warrior for his daring plan to trap rats at the Carrionplace. He was respected by his clanmates but wasn’t liked for his prickly nature. Only Yellowpaw saw through to the vulnerability that made him lash out. She insisted on trying to find Raggedstar’s father and found it was a twoleg rogue named Hal. He had no interest in claiming Raggedpelt as his son. Moons later with a twolegplace rogue attack on ShadowClan the tom’s met face to face, and Raggedpelt killed Hal. Yellowfang’s decision to become a medicine cat made Raggedstar furious. He couldn’t comprehend why she would make a decision to go on an isolated path, away from him. When Yellowfang announced she was having kits, Raggedpelt was overjoyed at the prospect of becoming a father and was outraged when Yellowfang said they will never know their mother. Raggedstar raised the only kit, Brokenstar, to be fierce enough to fight back against teasing that came from having no mother. He knew what it was like to be rejected by a parent. He was proud of Brokentail and made him a deputy as soon as possible. It was too late when Raggedstar realized that Brokentail was training cats to kill. He confessed to Yellowfang he made a mistake and tried to tell him to stop training cats so fiercely. Days later, he was ambushed by his son and killed.
- He is mentioned twice on Sagewhisker's page. Sagewhisker served Cedarstar than Raggedstar and soon after Yellowfang became a full medicine cat, Sagewhisker realized that Yellowfang was expecting with Raggedstar's kits.
- It is mentioned on Brokenstar’s page that Brokentail quickly became deputy to his father Raggedstar, then killed him in order to become leader. It is also mentioned on Nightstar’s page that Brokenpaw saw Nightpelt as cowardly, and sought teaching from Raggedpelt instead. It is mentioned on Blackstar's page that at the last moment, Runningnose and Raggedstar showed themselves to Blackfoot and told him that Sol represened darkness and the imminent loss of the warrior code. This is also mentioned on Flametail's page.
- It is mentioned on Russetfur’s page that Russetfur was devastated that Raggedpelt killed her father, Hal. She never learned that Raggedpelt was her half-brother. It is also mentioned on Boulder’s page that he first encountered cats from the forest when Raggedpelt and Yellowpaw visited the twolegplace. He is lastly mentioned during Tigerclaw’s leader ceremony that Cedarstar regretted appointing Raggedstar as his deputy. If he had known what lay ahead, he wouldn’t have appointed him.
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