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Whiskey's Warrior OC

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Hi! I'm Whiskey the Werewolf, and IRL, I am a professional character designer and concept artist.
I'm currently getting my degree in Games Art and Character Design, and have done alot of work for some high up people. From cats to DnD characters, I've done it all!
The point of this guide is to be stand-out from the other character guides. Being in the professional field, I know how to make believable, relatable and realistic (to the AU standards, i.e Warrior Cats) characters, and I will do my very best to help you make your character the best they can be! This is a warrior cats guide!

Let's get down to business!

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✂Naming

Naming in Warrior Cats is very specific, for example, rogues have one name, i.e Razor, Blizz, Rose; but clan cats have a PREFIX and a SUFFIX. Prefix literally breaks down into Pre(meaning before) and Fix(Fixture), meaning Before Fixture. Suffix means after the Affix, meaning before this symbol (-) in words such as Semi-Circle.

The Prefix of a warriors name is usually something to do with their appearance, i.e Tiny, White, Soft, Rugged, Spotted, Striped, or something to do with nature, i.e Raven, Willow, Fish, Flame, Lightening, Bluebell, Leaf. The Suffix of a warrior's name is usually something that matches their Prefix, for example, the prefix Tiger could suit the Suffix Stripe. The Suffix could also have something to do with the ranking of a cat, i.e Star is for Leaders, Kit is for, obviously, Kits, Paw is for Apprentices. Here's a few of my own examples: RoseStar(my OC), HeatherPaw,StickTail, TwigLeaf, FrostedToes, CrowFeather, FishKit, BushTail, HoneyHeart, AmberBark.


Have a go at doing your own!
Prefix Suffix

Acorn

Alder

Apple

Aspen

Ash

Badger

Bella

Birch

Bird

Blizzard

Blossom

Bluebell

Bounce

Bramble

Brave

Breeze

Briar

Bright

Cedar

Cherry

Cinder

Claw

Cloud

Copper

Crow

Cypress

Daisy

Dandelion

Dapple

Dark

Dawn

Dew

Doe

Dove

Eagle

Echo

Fawn

Feather

Fern

Fire

Flash

Fox

Frost

Fuzzy

Golden

Green

Hare

Hawk

Hazel

Heather

Hickory

Holly

Hope

Ivy

Juniper

Lark

Leaf

Leopard

Lily

Lion

Maple

Meadow

Mint

Mist

Misty

Moon

Moss

Needle

Oak

Otter

Owl

Petal

Pine

Poppy

Pounce

Primrose

Rain

Raven

Ripple

Robin

Rook

Rose

Rush

Sandy

Shimmer

Shy

Silver

Sky

Sleek

Snake

Snow

Sparrow

Speckle

Spider

Splash

Spotted

Squirrel

Stone

Storm

Sun

Sunny

Swallow

Swift

Talon

Thorn

Thrush

Tiger

Tiny

Tumble

Twig

Vine

Violet

Vixen

Whisker

White

Wild

Willow

Wish

Wolf

Wren

Yellow

bark

bee

belly

berry

bird

bite

blaze

branch

breeze

briar

bright

brook

burr

bush

claw

cloud

creek

dawn

dusk

ear

eye

eyes

face

fall

fang

feather

fern

fire

flame

flight

flower

foot

fox

frost

fur

hare

hawk

heart

hollow

jaw

jay

kit

leaf

leg

light

mask

mist

moon

mouse

night

nose

pad

paw

patch

pelt

petal

pool

poppy

pounce

puddle

run

runner

scar

shade

shine

sky

snow

song

spot

spots

spring

stalk

star

storm

stream

strike

stripe

stone

swipe

tail

talon

thistle

thorn

throat

toe

tooth

tuft

water

watcher

whisker

willow

wing

wish

whisper


✂Age Converter

Ages in Warrior Cats is very unusual, and really hard to get accurate, but from reading the books and doing SO MUCH MATH I have concluded that each year goes up by a n11+1 rule (In 12ths).

I got to this conclusion through how Erin Hunter described the kits and apprentices- a kit is a cat from 0-6 moons, and an apprentice is a cat over 6 moons. From this, I got that one year = 12 moons.
This means that Kits are 0-6 Moons, Apprentices are 6+ moons, but usually get warrior status at 12 moons, Warriors and Medicine cats have to be 12 moons, but can stay in that status until they retire or die, so 12-180+ moons,and Elders are 70-204+ Moons.

 To simplify this, I made you guys a chart.

[Age-Moons]
Human Years Moons
1 12
2 24
3 36
4 48
5 60
6 72
7 84
8 96
9 108
10 120
11 132
12 144
13 156
14 168
15 180
16 192
17 204
18 216
19 228
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✂Choosing a rank

​​​​​​So, now you've got a general idea of what you want your OC to be like, huh? Let's move on to ranks! Each Clan has Erin Hunter's ranks, some have their own unique ranks (i.e, In my wolf pack, we have angel ranks.), so whilst I can't explain any originals, I'll do my best in explaining each rank here:

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Leaders

A leader is a warrior who is highest in the Clan hierarchy. The leader is responsible for everything that goes on in a Clan. Their word is Law.

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Deputies

The Deputy is a warrior who is essentially second in command, they aid the leader in enforcing rules and often gives advice. They replace the leader instantly after the death.

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Warriors

Warriors are the protectors and fighters of a clan, often being the main body of a clan. These cats are expected to fight for their clan, and to never give up. They do patrols, hunting and training of Apprentices.

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Medicine Cats

Medicine cats are members of a clan who treat diseases and injuries. They also receive and interpret omens and prophecies from StarClan. They are highly respected cats by all of the Clans.

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Apprentices

Apprentices are Apprentices are Clan cats six moons or older, training to be a warrior (or sometimes a medicine cat) under a mentor. An apprentice becomes a warrior once their mentor or Clan leader thinks they have learned enough or proved they are worthy of becoming warriors

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Kits

A kit is a cat under the age of six moons who is still living in the nursery with their mother and littermates. Kits are usually very mischievous and energetic, and are known to bother warriors and elders.

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Queens

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A queen is a cat that is expecting or has recently given birth to a litter of kits. Though known to be overly-protective of kits, queens usually are compassionate and kind, and in many cases they have been known to convince their mates or Clan leaders to take in cats in need of help.

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Senior Warriors

A senior warrior is a warrior who is older and more experienced than the others, but has not decided to become an elder yet, and would rather serve their Clan as long as they can. Senior warriors are given respect, and are often asked for advice by the Clan leader.

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Elders

An elder is a Clan cat that has served their Clan faithfully, but has now retired. They are wise and are held in high respect by the other cats; their counsel and knowledge is sought several times, even by Clan leaders, though they are often described as grumpy.

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​​​​​​So, I'm adding more and more to this guide each week! Stay tuned!






Credits: Tables- Sproutliing's guide: https://animal-groups-roleplay.fandom.com/wiki/Guide_to_Coding_(Sproutliings)

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