Warriors Field Guide
Secrets of the ClanseBook - 2009
Territories: homes and hunting grounds
Cats outside the clans: Kittypets, Rogues, and others
Other animals: animals to hunt, fight, fear, and respect
The Warrior Code: the principles a warrior must live by
Ceremonies: how a warrior becomes a leader
Prophecies and omens: foretelling the future
Medicine: healing the clans
Mythology: Lionclan, Tigerclan, Leopardclan.
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Provides background information about the history, characters, and places of significance to the warrior cats featured in the series "Warriors" and "Warriors, the new prophecy
The book has a map of the forset, the lake and the route from the forest to the Clans new homes(the lake). There is a list of fighting moves including bellyrake. Medicine cat methods, information on significat leaders and medicine cats. It has the history of the clans and how they formed.
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I hate tiger star hawk frost scourge broken star and bramble star oh and ram foot
"But it was my mistake and I had to live with it. And there was a part of me that still remembered him as a newborn kit-the tiny scrap of fur I had nursed in the hollow of a dead tree. When I had to kill him to protect my new adopted Clan, I knew I was finally at the end of my punishment. I had brought him into this world; I had to send him out as painful as it was. But by then I had found a truer son than Brokentail ever could have been. I only hope that Fireheart will rise to be the great leader that Brokenstar never was and that, in some small way, I have helped to set him on that path. Then, perhaps, StarClan will forgive me at last."
— Yellowfang narrating over her feelings for Brokenstar in Secrets of the Clans, page 71