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QuestionsWarriors Cats has become a huge series, with many many characters. Therefore as you can expect there are many unanswered questions and confusing aspects to the series. Here are a few of these questions, that myself and others find interesting to think about.
In the Graystripe Manga, Silverstream and Feathertail visit Graystripe from StarClan as he quests to find the Clans. However in the main book series StarClan claim not to have been able to find Graystripe and had no idea if he was alive or dead. Perhaps this is because Silverstream and Feathertail were closer to him and were able to find him. But why didn't they tell the other StarClan cats? They were RiverClan when they lived and maybe just didn't tell the ThunderClan members of StarClan about him, although there should be no borders in StarClan. Or maybe they never returned to StarClan until Greystripe had found the lake, but should they not have returned to StarClan to share the news that he was returning?
So why / how did Silverstream really know about him, yet the former Thunderclan members of StarClan did not?
In the Secrets Of The Clans field guide it tells of how StarClan were unsure if Bluefur was making the right decision about taking her Kits to RiverClan. If that was the case, would they really tell the Medicine Cat Goosefeather that she needed to become Leader If they were doubtful about it? Maybe Goosefeather interpreted a sign wrong, or was told by someone else in StarClan. However in either case, surely Goosefeather could have just told Sunstar that Thistleclaw could not be made Leader as he was dangerous and to choose someone else, instead of making Bluefur give up her Kits. Perhaps he knew about the future and knew Bluefur would find Rusty? He did seem to see that Tigerkit was evil when he was born and even stated "That kit should not have survived".
Did Goosefeather know more about the future than StarClan? Or did they know and just could not stop it?
In the Bluestar's Prophecy super edition Bluefur was very suspicious and scared of the Warrior Thistleclaw because of his bloodthirsty nature, so much so that she went through a lot of pain, including giving up her own Kits to become Deputy, so that he could not. Goosefeather who had convinced Bluestar of the danger of Thistleclaw, and to become Deputy for the sake of ThunderClan also mentioned when Tigerkit was born that he should not have survived. Thistleclaw was also the mentor of Tigerpaw. If she was could distrust Thistleclaw so much that she would give up her Kits, and considering the other evidence.
Why did Bluestar find it so hard to even consider the fact that Tigerclaw could also be a threat to the Clan?
In Bluestar's Prophecy Bluestar takes her Kits to RiverClan (Although Mosskit dies on the way). They talk to their mother asking where they are going and other questions and are then taken by Oakheart. Graypool takes the Kits to raise, and smells that they are ThunderClan but does not learn more. If the Kits were old enough to talk, did they never mention or ask about their mother Bluefur or ThunderClan again? They were young, cold, confused and traumatized by Mosskit's death, so perhaps they just accepted their place and never questioned Graypool not being their mother. But would they truly just forget everything like that?
Why did Mistykit and Stonekit never mention their mother or ThunderClan and reveal their origins?
In Bluestar's Prophecy Bluestar takes her Kits to Oakheart in RiverClan, Oakheart brings them to Graypool and asked her to raise them. It was said she had a Kit of her own, but the Kit was never mentioned again. However In Crookedstar's Promise, when Mistykit and Stonekit were brought to Graypool, she had already lost her two Kits as they were ill when they were born.
Who was the Kit that was with Graypool in Bluestar's Prophecy? Was it one of her two Kits that apparently had already died in Crookedstar's Prophecy, or another Kit entirely?
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