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Why was Brokenstar so evil?

(late post)

This question was asked by Corrie.S.P. for Warriors Wednesday.

*Spoilers for the first – (maybe) fourth series and Yellowfang’s secret*

Brokenstar was evil for many reasons.

The first, to punish Yellowfang for having kits and a mate when she was a medicine cat. The rest of her kits died (two she-kits) and only Brokenkit survived. Which, I think is unfair. Did StarClan do that to Leafpool? Or any other medicine cats that had kits and a mate? No. So why did Yellowfang’s have to be the only one to severely punish all of the clans? I don’t know.

StarClan (really the authors) could have thought this through but, I guess, Leafpool did have to take time off from being a medicine cat but, that didn’t effect all the clans, even driving out a clan.

Second, his ambition and the fact that he was nursed by Lizardstripe. Lizardstripe didn’t even want kits! Especially not Brokenkit. He had a horrible mother and no father (that he knew of).

Those are probably the main reasons he is evil, there might be more, but these two seem the most accurate.


Published by Nat

I love cats and Warrior cats, I've read most of the books and I am waiting for the newest Warriors book to come out. I have a cat and a dog. I love reading and drawing(Mainly cats). I live in Canada.

7 thoughts on “Why was Brokenstar so evil?

      1. Yeah! Also, another reason is because Raggedstar was the leader, so he was supposed to be more responsible. Falling in love with a medicine cat and having kits with her is not responsible! So not only Yellowfang was punished, but also Raggedstar. I think StarClan was trying to punish both of them.

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