- Gatherings in the books need help.
- More references need to be added.
- Entire article needs addition.
hey, why did everyone just forget about skyclan? they gather on the skyrock. shouldnt it be added? swifttail, med cat of nightclan. 21:28, September 26, 2010 (UTC)
- I have my doubts about adding SkyClan to this page. This is "Gathering" with a capital letter, referring to a specific event. It's for information on the traditional truce-laden meeting of the four clans, not SkyClan's personal full-moon clan meeting. Den/CoSC 14:53, July 31, 2011 (UTC)
I'm not sure what to make the of the section "Why" on the main page. I'm not sure what it's even for at all, so that needs to get clarified, right now, it seems like a trivia/restating section, rather than anything that can be taken seriously... Den/CoSC 14:53, July 31, 2011 (UTC)
In the Books
I have added an In the Books section. We had a discussion on this on the PW talk page, and I feel it's time to add it in. If anyone has ideas on how to condense the information a little more (maybe a template?) so it doesn't take up too much room, feel free to contribute your ideas. ☀SquirrelFlame29☀ Defying the Darkness 19:25, November 12, 2011 (UTC)
In the Gatherings section, it says that the night of the full moon is used only because of higher visibility. Maybe something should be added to show that the night is also considered sacred to StarClan, and it is used to honor their ancestors. I think there should also be mentioned the customary call to start the Gathering, as this is highly useful information that I don't posess and is the reason I went to this wiki.
126.96.36.199 13:15, January 1, 2012 (UTC)Rainstorm of NightClan
Hi there. We see there is an item "Secluded dirtplace" under "Gathering#Areas". What does it mean? Is there some source of this item? Thanks!
I honestly feel like it was just added as a "common sense" edit, and not actually meant to be taken seriously. I'd be concerned if a place with that many cats didn't have a dirtplace for them to use, but I see what you mean. It's unsourced, so has to go. —Jayce ( 16:09, 2/10/2020 )
I see now… Common sense it should be, the existence of entry in the article is a bit surprising to me. I was just thinking if such place is mentioned somehow in the book (that I didn't know)…