And so... all the Warrior Cats deletedgames were sent to oblivion.
Has anyone here actually read the series?
It's been long enough ago that I don't think I could remember anything aside from fuzzy summaries, but I recall it starting out as a mediocre but well-conceived fantasy world with increasing levels of retardation as the book went on, getting more desperate and burnt out with each successive novel and author replacement. I can understand if you're a fan as a kid, since children have a poorly developed sense of taste and jadedness. I could also see it stretching into teenhood if they have some investment in the fandom and have created enough fanon around it that the game is actually interesting. However, I don't think there's really any excuse for some of the grown-ass adults I've seen creating IN-CHARACTER RAP BATTLES on youtube and all that shit. Not only has it not been long enough for people who've grown up with the books to actually have grown up to that point, but if you're still making this cringy shit as an adult, it stops being hilariously pathetic and starts being worryingly pathetic.
I respect your opinion on this, but I also have an opinion on the matter. I tend to enjoy the series and it is one of the books that inspired me to write. To me, however, I believe that Warriors is a good series of books which teach children, teens, and adults alike different emotions and scenarios in a more friendly way. Since you don't remember a lot of the story plots and sub plots, I'll give you a few that are a little more mature in matter. One cat dies while giving birth, many cats loose loved ones lost in battles, a few cats have to suffer through the pain of being disfigured and being taunted for it, major family issues, and not to mention the love plots where kits are separated from there native clans....and so on. While I do believe what you say about it being increasingly 'burnt out' with every new box set of books, I certainly do not count it as retarded in any sense. I wanted to point out that 'Erin Hunter' is in fact 6 humans, not one, and they collaborate on the books together. Also, you can't really compare books to other books unless they are by the same author. Everyone has a different writing style, and it's like art or music. You can't really compare Bach to Mozart because they are both good in their individual ways. My point is, Warriors is a pretty good book series, and though your comment was solely opinion based, I'd like to ask you to actually try the books for yourself again. At least the first one: 'Into the Wild'
I never said that WC fans are extremely mature nor did I ever say that they were like Bach or Mozart I said that Warriors has some mature themes underlying personified cats. I did make the comparison to books and music however. I said that you can't compare different books from different authors because each has their own style. Just like music. Bach and Mozart. He said that they change authors, but in fact each author contributes to every book. It doesn't switch frequently. Also, in my opinion, Warriors isn't 'poorly' written. Just curious, have you read the books before?
I just don't understand why you guys hate on something that brings so many others joy. Is it basically just because so many CYOA's on here were trashy? Guess what. That's why those weren't the real authors.
I'm not trying to be rude, but I just really want to know why you guys hate on these books so much.
I can definitely agree with you. I never said it was the most amazing book on the planet, I just said it wasn't 'poorly' written. I'm simply just saying what I think of the series. A lot of what you say is true, so im not trying ro bicker.
Yeah, I don't really understand the hatred toward everything WC-related around here. Although as far as I can tell, members on this site tend to be (much) older than people in the age group that would actually read those books.
I thought the series was fine, at least from what I remember of it--haven't read those books in over ten years, so I'm not a good judge of this. The concept of WC was pretty creative, you've got to admit, given that it was targeted towards children.
Fuck me, to teach people different emotions. Because normal human interaction doesn't do that. And fuck, you can't compare books to other books unless they're the same author? That's a load of tosh. I can say Beethoven is better than some kid with a xylophone, even though they're different artists, dipshit.
There is no need to being ill-mannered just because you cannot use more intelligent words than the 'f' word and other vulgar expressions. And while I can see your point of view on the kid vs a great renowned artist, everyone has different senses of style.
I didn't mean to upset you, and for that I apologize. Like I've stated, I see this book series in a different light than you two do. But in all reality, there really is no need to be rude.
What's wrong with the word "fuck"? It was the most accurate word to describe the level of disgust and amusement I had. There's nothing unintelligent about swear words, they, like all words, have a use. In this case, they're useful in responding to dumb cunts on the internet whose head is up his ass.
Thou hast copulated with a cat, O Blazewhisker.
Really not the kind of pussy Blaze should be trying to fuck.