Plot

Index

From Children of StarClan

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Types of Plot

Mini-plots are inter-character.
Group-plots are intra-group (Group will usually be replaced with the group name)
Plots are those that involve multiple groups
World-plots involve all groups/characters.

This list of plots is in order of occurrence, roughly. If you would like to see a more detailed list you you visit the Plot Timeline.

Markedkit Prophecy

Type: World-plot
About:
For five long years the four clans have warred against one another, matching claw to claw in deadly combat. With warriors having been dying for years, and leaders spending precious lives left and right, the Medicine Cats take drastic measures to ensure a return to peace. Crestedback, Brokentail, Thornpelt, and Stoneheart concocted a prophecy all their own to give the Clans hope and swing them from battle into peace.
Then the Star-marked Kit was born.

Era Sub-plots

The Dogkit

Type: SC-Plot, bloomed into full Plot
About:
A group of ShadowClan Warriors discover a newborn dog pup on the edge of their territory in a bag with its dead sibling. What does a group of cats do with a dog kit?


Rise of the Killer

Type: World-plot
About:
The four clans have been forced to find peace after years of war with StarClan warping the liars prophecy of the earthly medicine cats into something all their own. The peace of the first war-free Green-leaf has come to pass, and is shattered only by the shocking death of a rouge near Highstones. The former ShadowClanner had been torn asunder by a force beyond the comprehension of the clan cats. Soon, this monster from beyond living memory is stalking the four clans like a great shadow of death. Even the nine-lived leaders are not safe anymore.

Era Sub-plots

Leopardtrack's Betrayal

Type: WC/SC-Plot
About:
WindClan's Deputy, Leopardtrack, cannot help but find the kindhearted Silverheart of ShadowClan enchanting. Where will this forbidden love lead the pair?

Strike Against ThunderClan

Type: TC-Plot
About:
Stoneheart was thrown out of ThunderClan moons before and now she's returned to strike against her former Clan with the help of her new ally Adderstrike.


Wings of Death

Type: World-plot
About:
An illness unlike anything encountered has swept through the clans, tearing lives from leaders and sucking the spirit from the living. Cats grow ill, and eventually lapse into a coma and then StarClan. Will a cure be found before the clans are eliminated, or will the strange sickness burn itself out?

Era Sub-plots

Gingered Roses

Type: TC-Plot
About:
Rosestorm of ThunderClan and Oakclaw of ShadowClan have found a love for one another. This plot focuses on the journey that Rosestorm takes as she faces the choices that Gingertail, her adoptive grandmother and the dame of Bloodstar faced in her own day.

Four For The Future

Type: World-Plot
About:
The Medicine Cats of all the clans found four kittens near Highstones. As the prophecy demands, one is taken to each clan and made a part of it. The prophecy promised something in the future to come, but that something was unknown and unspoken.

The "Quiet" Times

The period spanning from the start of Turning Leaves (2007) through to the current point in time (eventually this will be dated for an end, but at the moment it will be floating).

Theft of the Barn

Type: WC/NC-Plot
About:
When Clawpone's Gang runs Reynard and his friends out of the barn they turn to their friends in WindClan for help. Blackstar, disturbed by the nearness of a band of rogues, organizes a battle patrol to put a stop to the infestation. A pitched battle ensues after Blackstar confronts them, during which Rowanbough is injured and taken to the very brink of death.

Ill Winds

Type: World-Plot, but somewhat WC-Plot
About:
The pressure of the fight with Clawpone, and the abortion of plans laid to improve the placement of his clan, have been sources of a great deal of Stress for Blackstar. During the gathering of the Moon of First Fishing the needling Bloodstar traditionally puts the other leaders too became too much for the other tom. He reacted in anger, leaving with his clan. The following moon, First Green, he arrived at the gathering as the lone representative of his clan.


The Time of the Hunters

Type: World-Plot
About:
The Time of the Hunters was marked by the appearance of four deadly predators, each who stalked primarily in one of the four clans. ThunderClan was hunted by a fox, ShadowClan by a heron, RiverClan by an otter, and WindClan by a badger. The plot culminated in separate maneuvers by each of the clans to drive off these deadly predators.

Desperate Times

Type: World-Plot
About:
The Desperate Times marks a Leaf-bare in which cats starve and prey fails to run. Little food is available and every cat in every clan suffers hunger pangs and other symptoms of the lack of food during the course of the winter. A blizzard rises up in the midst of the starvation, making things worse, and ultimately giving rise a sever outbreak of coughs.

Era Sub-plots

Tiger's Wrath Illnesses

Type: World-Plot
About:
In the Moon of Tiger's Wrath a number of cats in all the clans begin to fall ill with various coughs. The poor condition from lack of food combined with the long winter rendering everyone, but particularly the young and old, vulnerable to the clan's age old enemy.

A Chance to Breathe

Type: Non-plot
About:
"A chance to Breath" is a period between plots. Sub entries will be taken for group-wide plots that may or may not happen during that period. It begins at the very end of the Moon of First Fishing (2009), as the Desperate Times conclude.