Warrior Cats RPG Websites

by Michael
(London, UK)

Photo by The Pack

Photo by The Pack

They are great but Warrior Cats RPG Websites change too much. I am not criticizing, just observing. I think that if the site administration teams kept on going through hell and high water, through good and bad times with their Warrior Cats RGP sites they would, in the end, do better and gradually build a large groups of subscribers.

There seems to be a lot of "coming and going" with these sites. Some last a long time and some just fade away quickly. But the only way to succeed on the internet on any subject is to work consistently on your site for a long period of time. Sometimes I think site administrators close sites and move them or change the site a little too casually.

If I was building a Warrior Cats RPG site I would make sure:

  • It was easy to use and to get around. Function should be more important than form (the way it looks).
  • The project should be scheduled to last for a good 3-4 years continuous work. On the internet it takes these sorts of time frames to get the kind of result that one desires. There is a little bit of "instant success syndrome" around in the WC RPG world I think.
  • Other free hosting sites such as Picasweb, Flickr (still photos), YouTube etc should be used to promote the site. There could be one person on the team who can make videos. Videos are a very effective way of improving a site and promoting a site. I haven't seen a home made video on a Warrior Cats RPG site.
  • There might be something in the idea of forming coalitions - one site agreeing to take the subscribers from another site to make it bigger and then let the other site die. This would consolidate sites and make them more effective and long lasting.

All that said there are some very talented people in WC RPG but I just believe that they should be thinking longer term and not flit around so much. OK, I know it is young people who run these sites and things change a lot for young people but there should be a way around that problem.

I also hear of "hacking" etc. Who is hacking who? I don't read about other websites being hacked in to so why does this happen on Warrior Cats RPG websites?

OK I have had my say. Thanks to all for visiting this site. There are a lot of impressive Warrior Cats RPG Websites.

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Nov 07, 2011
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Callie
by: moxiestar

moxiestar is a relly good name for name for a cat. If I had a cat I would name it that. But I do not have a cat cause dad is algik to cats. But if I had one it would be the cat on the top because it pelt.I aukly have 1 half cat her name is Callie and had 2 bachs of kittens. There so littel and cute there like candy bars.In one bach one died when it was 2 day old.


Sep 28, 2009
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"Warrior Cats.
by: Rudolph.A.furtado

"Motzie" is a real animal star.


Sep 28, 2009
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Motzie
by: Michael (PoC Admin)

Motzie is the perfect alpha warrior cat - strong, courageous yet wise and kind. He is a born leader and if there is to be a warrior cats movie I'd like to see him in it, in some way! Here, once again is the great man on top of a jaguar (a car that is..):

Motzie F2 Savannah cat on a jaguar car
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Sep 28, 2009
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I am Honored My Motzie is a Warrior Cat Character!
by: Deborah-Ann Milette

Taken from "The Long March" http://pictures-of-cats.org/warrior-cat-the-long-march.html

"All great leaders needed lieutenants and Darkstar D'Artagnan was the perfect lieutenant; a partner who would support him through thick and thin, never question him and when the time came, if needs must, die in defense of the family of warrior cats."

I am thrilled, proud and actually think my cat's build is perfect for a Warrior Cat title and part of story he is in. I just wish it was going to be a book because even though my by "Motzie" is a very famous Savannah cat, holds what he does in life very well, to be an actual chatacter in a book would be more than an honor. People already think he is on the cover of the Warrior Cats book called "Code of the Clans" where he is the spotted cat in the background. I could care less about anything else, to have my cat chosen as a lieutenant of a short chapter in Warior Cats series is an honor for this "Gentle Giant" of a cat that gives to everyone. I thank the author and whom ever chose my boy for this part and Helmi Flick for her wonderful photography of my boy.



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