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The Forest Of Evil

Founder PuddleStreamPower
Founded 3/18/19
Status Active
Orientation Dark-Realmed
Species Felines
Name Badge Red Leaf
OC Limit 1-2
Server Threads
Camp Location Blood Moon Forest


  1. No Cursing
  2. Be Nice
  3. Dont Powerplay
  4. Be Loyal
  5. Respect Higher Ranks
  6. Do Not Edit The Page Without My Perm
  7. Dont Be Inapropriate
  8. Respect Others'
  9. No Blaming
  10. Be Mature


Flaming Field

is known for having many dangerous grass fires and it is not recomended to go there

Shadow Forest

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It is known for cats getting easily lost and scared in the forest and have been scared over what has been scary shadows

Scary Swamp

cats have said to have seen "swamp monsters" in scary swamp but this has never been confirmed

Creepy Cave

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No Cat Dares Go Into Creepy Cave. No Cat Even Had The Guts To Try.

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The Blood Moon Forest Is Where Our Camp Is Located.


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  1. Ash
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Past Leaders

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  • 3/18/19 The Forest Of Evil Has Been Founded!


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Leaders are the head of their Clan. Their personality is the same as their Clan's and describes how their Clanmates treat others. The word of the Clan leader is law, proclaimed by the warrior code, and all other Clan cats must obey them. They have their own den, and are assisted by a deputy in their tasks. They are responsible for the whole Clan, calling Clan meetings, appointing cats to new ranks, and making the toughest decisions. Each Clan has one leader, and their names end with the suffix -star.

Deputies are second in command of a Clan. A deputy is chosen by the leader to be their successor. Deputies sleep in the warriors' den; they do not have their own den like leaders do.

Name Username Gender Species Mate/Kin Rank
Ash Puddle Male Feline N/A Leader
Axel Oak Male Canine N/A


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. In the warriors' den, the senior warriors sleep towards the middle where it is warmest, while the younger warriors sleep towards the sides.

Warriors have been trained in the ways of fighting and hunting in addition to the ways of the warrior code. They are charged with the responsibility to feed and protect those cats who are elderly or unable to spend time out of camp. Warriors make up most of a Clan: each cat is, was, or will be a warrior (except medicine cats), unless they die before they become a warrior. When a cat expects or nurses kits, they temporarily give up their warrior duties and become queens, but take them up again when their kits are apprenticed. Although, some cats would rather stay in the nursery as permanent queens to help other queens and the arrivals of new kits (such as Daisy and Ferncloud).

Name Username Gender Species Mate/Kin Rank
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Medicine Cat


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Medicine cats are Clan cats who treat diseases and injuries, and who receive directions and guidance from StarClan. They have their own den in their Clan's camp, where they sleep, store herbs, and treat wounded or sick cats. Medicine cats are not allowed to take mates or have kits. They are expected to stand apart from Clan rivalries. Medicine cats have a special way of getting their full name,[7] including that this ceremony is performed by the apprentice's mentor instead of the Clan leader. Also, the ceremony takes place during the next half-moon meeting at their sacred Moonstone or Moonpool with the other Clans' medicine cats to cheer their new name, instead of right away in their Clan with their own Clanmates to cheer their new name. They are deeply respected by their Clanmates and few cats dare to argue with them.

A medicine cat apprentice sleeps in the medicine cat den with the full medicine cat. Medicine cat apprentices get their full name at the Moonstone (in the old forest) or at the Moonpool (in the lake territories.) They also stay as an apprentice for as long as their mentor is still a medicine cat, even after they receive their full name, unlike warrior apprentices. Medicine cat apprentices will still tend to elders like warrior apprentices, dealing with their ticks and bedding. Most medicine cat apprentices take a liking of healing cats almost as soon as they are able to go outside the nursery. Kits or other apprentices can help out with the medicine duties if needed. Medicine cat apprentices are taught about healing techniques, such as how to care for a sick cat, or what herbs and medicines do. They also learn how to interpret signs from StarClan.

Name Username Gender Species Mate/Kin Rank
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Cinder Puddle Female Feline None Med App.





They stay in their den most of the day, and enjoy meeting new kits.[4] However, they may leave the camp if they wish to do so, such as to take a walk to stretch their legs[5]or to hunt.[6][7] Sometimes, they participate in Gatherings, usually to gossip with other elders.[8]

Elders are to be held with the utmost respect from cats of all Clans. They have served the Clan well in the past as apprentices and warriors. During their youth, they took care of the elders of their generation. Now, it is their turn to rest, and the youth of the Clan is to take care of them in honor of all they have done to serve the Clan.[9]

Elders are often susceptible to many diseases and injuries such as greencough and stiff joints. They are often treated by medicine cats and apprentices.[10] They also are more than often tick-ridden, and it is the duty of the apprentices to use mouse bile to remove the ticks.[11]

Apprentices have their own den in the Clan camp where they sleep.[7] Once an apprentice earns their warrior name, they are a full warrior and they are able to contribute to warrior duties, and they move in the warriors den. Sometimes apprentices are referred to as 'paws. Apprentices can change their position as a warrior or medicine cat apprentice if they get permission,[8] or if they have a certain injury, like Cinderpaw, who broke her back leg when she was hit by a monster.[9]

Name Username Gender Species Mate/Kin Rank
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When a cat is expecting kits or has recently given birth to a litter of kits, they become known as a queen and move to the nursery.[4] When cats become queens, they give up their title and duties as a warrior. However, they become a warrior again once their kits have been apprenticed. Some cats, though, prefer to stay in the nursery even after their kits have become apprentices, such as Daisy and Ferncloud.[5] Queens have a vital role in continuing the Clans' survival as they give birth to the next generation of warriors. When a warrior dies, a queen might prepare the body with herbs for the vigil.[6] Some cats can't have kits, however much they want them.[7] If a queen does not wish to tell who the father of the kits is to the Clan, that is their choice.[8] Queens usually adore their kits and want to make sure that they can be the best that they can be.[9]

When a kit is born, their mother or father names them, usually after its appearance,[8] or sometimes to honor another cat of the same name (ex. Cinderkit after Cinderpelt).[8] Sometimes, though, kits have names that only have to do with the natural products on their territory, including animals, whether prey or enemies like foxes (ex. Owlkit). Some kits are named for something significant that happened before or when they were born (ex. Oakkit [9]). When kits are not named because they die before their parents have a chance to name them, they are named by other StarClan members.[10] Kits stay in the nursery together with their mother who nurses them and takes care of them for six moons.[11]

All Clan cats, and especially the queens and the mother, are very protective of kits.[12] They are fed first and are not expected to catch their own food or do chores. It is said in the warrior code that: "No warrior may neglect a kit in danger, even if it is from a different Clan".[13] However, half-Clan kits or those of non-Clan origins are usually frowned upon by pure-blood Clan cats, as their commitment to their foster Clan can be questioned.[14] Half-Clan kits are usually taken in by the Clan of the mother, for example: Featherkit and Stormkit went to live with RiverClan even though their mother, Silverstream, had died and their father, Graystripe, was still alive in ThunderClan.[15] Kits are not allowed out of the nursery until their mother feels the time is right. After that, they can go around the camp, though never far from their mother. A kit cannot leave the Clan camp without being escorted by a warrior[16]; however, sometimes they get away and get in trouble.[17]

Kits tend to have soft and fluffy fur.[2] They are usually curious, mischievous, and playful, trying to get the Clan warriors to play with them.[18] Most of them are too young to fully understand the Clan traditions or the warrior code, but if they break a rule, they are not punished and sometimes very lightly scolded depending on the severity of their deed.[18] They tend to accidentally annoy warriors,[3] but are fascinated in the stories the elders tell. Kits often want to start training or become warriors immediately, and have to be reminded that they must wait until they are six moons old.[1]

Name Username Gender Species Mate/Kin Rank
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