I could have sworn that the cover looked different than that...maybe I'm just confused....--126.96.36.199 01:56, 9 February 2009 (UTC)
- I agree...It doesn't look...right. --
Jayfeather Fan 21:51, 10 March 2009 (UTC)
- I know... maybe there are different types of covers? ★Mistyfur's kit: Lavastream, the med cat!★
Firestar looks fat, but I love Blackstar! That expression is so cute!188.8.131.52 23:50, 6 May 2009 (UTC)
Cats on the Cover
Is it cited anywhere that the cats on the cover are Blackstar, Firestar, Tallstar, and Leopardstar? I think it's obvious, but we usually only put things on there that have been confirmed in the books or by Erin herself.
RaindropScandiacus 12:47, October 1, 2010 (UTC)RaindropScandiacus
Should it be noted that Blackstar's eyes are blue on the cover, but normally (and it's been illustrated this way more than once) that his eyes are amber?
Edit: Oh yeah, I just noticed a typo in Code of the Clans, page 99...?
"There will be a new rule in the warrior code!" he declared. "There will be no fighting at the time of the new moon. The truce is sacred and will be protected for every Gathering." -Finchstar
... Erm. I think it's a little embarrasing to say 'new moon' instead of 'full moon' in front of all the forest clans. xD Dustleaf 13:21, March 19, 2011 (UTC)
I notice that some pages in the code sections have the bottom part of Chapintro like the chapter number (of) and the page numbers, while most do not.
And so I ask, which is correct?
Looking through the other pages, I've deduced that removing the second part is correct.
If I'm wrong, I'm sorry.
About each page
Sorry, I couldn't think of a good heading. Anyways, I feel that the specidic code that each chapter is about should be mentioned on the page itself. For example, code 1 should list its code somewhere on the page. This extra bit would be relevant to each page, where code 2 would have its code inserted, code 3, and so on. What's your opinion?
So looking back I worded that horifically. Basicaly, I think that each code should be somewhere on its corresponding page for Code of the Clans. It would just give each page a little bit more context.