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Featherwhisker apprentice?

How come it said "a medicine cat apprentice with their full name cannot take on their own apprentice" when Featherwhisker had Spottedleaf? Or had Goosefeather already retired by then? —Preceding unsigned comment added by Sunstripe (talkcontribs)

Spottedpaw switched from being a warrior apprentice to a medicine cat one as soon as Goosefeather retired. --Gοldenpelt 20:50, May 4, 2011 (UTC)

i wonder when the next chats is

123tessa2 23:22, July 31, 2011 (UTC)

Yeah, it would be nice to know when the next chat will be... 19:07, November 19, 2011 (UTC) 18:28, June 5, 2012 (UTC)Some reascourses are telling me that Dovewing and Bumblestripe are mate are others are not. 18:28, June 5, 2012 (UTC)

Have you ever considered writing about a rogue cat raised by foxes or badgers or some other animal? (plus: *cough* Have you read a warriors fan-fiction called Legend Birds: Rising Fire that a kid from a book signing gave to you? If so, what were your thoughts about it?*cough* Just curious.)

Oops, ignore the questions above. I thought that this was the chat and I accidentally asked the questions. Sorry.


There's a sentence at the bottom where it says "how do you choose the cats' names". I'm not good at editing, so can anyone please do it for me? :DCrookedstar7 (talk) 15:32, December 1, 2012 (UTC)

I deleted it. Thanks for notifying us! Atelda insert vague subtext here 16:56, December 1, 2012 (UTC)


One of the chats stated Vicky saying Thunder was named after the Thunderpaths yet he was named because of the events of his birth. I added an Outcome yet someone deleted it. Do I need proper permission to actually edit?!? Or does a member of the team edit it. Im new so Im not sure Cockatoo123 (talk) 16:06, May 10, 2014 (UTC)

You have to cite the information when you add it in. I think you'll find the cite you're looking for in The Sun Trail, if you're talking about the real reason Thunder got his name. Once you find the page number, then you can add it into the article. Jayce  ( 16:18, 5/10/2014 )
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