As promised, Im uploading some of my tPoT abridged stuff, because it is somewhat meatier.
So here is Long Shadows
With Sol now in charge, ShadowClan has decided to abandon faith in StarClan. Apparently, freedom of religion is absolutely horrible, and Hollyleaf is afraid of what will happen. The fact that they meet a patrol of ShadowClan warriors that seem to be supportive of Sols views scares her even more. Because Sol must be manipulating them. There is simply no chance that they might, yknow, actually believe this stuff of their own free will.
Armed with this relatively misaimed viewpoint, she urges Jaypaw and Lionblaze to help her to get ShadowClan to believe in the warrior code again, because in her mind, not believing in it means voluntarily breaking every single one of its rules and abandoning any sense of decency.
Although Jaypaw and Lionblaze are busy with their blindness and tendency for sickening violence respectively, they decide to help out after seeing what is going on in ShadowClan camp, and Tawnypelt and her kits come to ThunderClan to escape Sol. Yknow, so far only Littlecloud, Tawnypelt, and her kits seem to disapprove of Sol. Hes got a higher approval rating than Bush did...
Now allied with their parallel-ShadowClan-clones, the Three head to ShadowClan with a plan to take Sol out of power, so that ShadowClan wont trespass into other Clans territories to rape medicine cats on the full moon while abusing kits and starving the elders, or whatever Hollyleaf thought they would get up to without the warrior code.
After their plan succeeds, Jaypaw busies himself with a Greencough epidemic that has broken out in ThunderClan, and trying to make sense of the plot. Like he always does when he has a problem, he looks to the stick for a solution, and he ends up temporarily in past.
He meets up with cats that are apparently the Tribe of Rushing Waters ancestors, just without the accents. His Clan accent somehow not standing out among all Ancient Tribe accents that these cats should theoretically have, Jaypaw discovers how their society works, and how they became the Tribe.
Meanwhile, Lionblaze spends most of his time being tortured by horrifically violent nightmares of him killing Heatherpaw sent to him by Tigerstar, who can apparently control dreams now. This seems to suggest he is getting stronger, making us think Hmmm, maybe we should have, yknow, done something about him earlier, back when he couldnt do crazy stuff like this.
Jaypaw manages to cure the Greencough epidemic by getting Lionblaze to steal some catmint from WindClan, and saves Millie, since considering how much Graystripe seems to care about her, killing her now would be a dick move even by the Erins standards. It seems that all of the conflicts outside of anything that has to do with the prophecy have been resolved, until a somewhat contrived series of events leads Ashfur to be in a situation where he finally has everything he has apparently wanted for the entire series.
He doesnt just get an opportunity to kill Squirrelflights kits, its a slow, painful death
, and Squirrelflight is watching
. Fate seems to be smiling on the villains for some reason, as Ashfurs plan to kill Squirrelflights family because she dumped him (seriously, WTF!?) is going to work without him actually putting any effort into it, until Squirrelflight reveals that they arent her kits.
The Three are obviously shocked. Ashfur, on the other hand, decides hes going to publicly disclose this little tidbit at the Gathering to ruin Squirrelflights life. Ah, dick move Ashfur, dick mo...
But wait! His plan doesnt work because before the Gathering, Ashfur is found dead... murdered. And someone
ThunderClan is left with a murder mystery on their paws, and the Three are left with a secret that needs to be kept... secret (anyone got a thesaurus?).
Also, sticking true to the material I claim inspiration from, I take a cheap shot at 4Kids Entertainment. I am so proud of myself.
Inspired by YuGiOh the Abridged Series
by LittleKuriboh (CardGamesFTW)
I DO NOT OWN THESE CHARACTERS!
All characters are from WARRIORS by Erin Hunter
WARRIORS is © Harper Collins