Far From Home | A Clan Creation Guide

Far From Home | A Clan Creation Guide

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Sparrow By Sparrowheart838 Completed

A guide to creating Clans for Warriors fanfictions, starting with more general ideas, such as names, territories and histories, and narrowing it down to details such as landmarks, notable leaders and family trees.

For more information on the Warriors world, check out my other guides: 'I Dub Thee' (a guide to naming), 'Follow the Leader' (a guide to Clan life) and 'On My Own' (a guide to writing Warriors fanfiction).

  • ancestry
  • clan
  • creation
  • farfromhome
  • guide
  • history
  • name
  • qualities
  • territory
  • warriorcats
  • warriors
BlizzardClan
                              -lives in a tundra
                              -eats snow-hares, otters, mice etc.
                              -threatened by bears, foxes, hawks etc.
                              
                              TunnelClan
                              -live in tunnels under BlizzardClan territory. They also fish in the nearby river.
                              -eat voles, snow-hares, rabbits, trout, minnow, etc.
Midnight_52 Midnight_52 Feb 08
Mossclan:
                              -Very thick vegetation
                              -Humid
                              -Stream nearby
                              -Good Hunting Cats
milanna93 milanna93 Apr 18, 2017
i made a clan called sweetclan the climate is fairly hot in green-leaf and very cold in bare-leaf
starkitts starkitts Mar 15
The current clan im working on is called AuroraClan, and they live somewhere where the Northern Lights show easily (not in Alaska- their coats are much too thin for that)... does that make sense? I think the original leader may have learned the name of the lights from local cats.
- - Aug 05, 2016
My worst nightmare. In my Original Clan/OC the cats' parents and littermates swap per book I write, but I soon change it.
-xxsilence -xxsilence Jun 19, 2016
I created a Clan called ClearClan, who lives in a meadow with a climate that's normally sunny and clear. Is that good?