The Forgotten WarriorBook - 2011
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The Clans are never at peace - even though sometimes the cats may think they are. Tensions are rising among the cats, and some mysterious cat is helping ThunderClan. Shadows are lurking in the background and it only takes one cat set Clan against Clan, warrior against warrior.
As a full-scale battle against the Dark Forest moves closer, tensions between the warrior Clans reach a breaking point. Suddenly, a stranger appears in ThunderClan's midst, spinning a web of deceit and pitting the warriors against each other so that no cat can tell who to trust.
So this is an account of things that happened in the Forgotten Warrior.1(not in order).Ivypool continues to spy on the Dark Forest.2. She kills Antpelt in the Dark Forest.3.A fox comes into ThunderClan territory.4. Sol comes back & takes credit for saving Cherrypaw & Molepaw from the fox.5. Mousewhisker & an apprentice have some type of seizure or something by eating water hemlock instead of parsley (Jayfeather didnt give it to them, they just got it)6. Hollyleaf comes back. 7. Dovewing & Ivypool find out that Sol is plotting an attack with WindClan warriors through the tunnels.8. Hollyleaf teaches ThunderClan how to properly fight underground in the tunnels. 9. Sol tells Hollyleaf about his plan to break the Warrior Code and himself coming to SkyClan and being rejected during the tunnel fight. 10. Hollyleaf lets Sol escape
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"We have to let the warrior code rule our hearts. The death of a warrior does not mean victory."
"Never! Not until I have destroyed everything the Clans stand for. Many seasons ago, I knew another one of your Clans, far away in a gorge. They scorned me too; they told me I wasn't good enough to be one of their precious warriors! So I vowed to prove to all of you that the warrior code means nothing. In the end, you will kill each other for reasons that aren't worth so much as a mousetail."-Sol
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