• LordTBT

    It has been a long journey to get to this point, but at long last, Redwall: The Warrior Reborn has appeared on gaming platform Steam, with a Early Access release date of September 28, 2017, about two and a half months away!

    A short summary describes the game as "Set in the winter shrouded wilderness between Lilygrove and Redwall Abbey, help Liam or Sophia race for help from the raiding rats under Cheesethief's command."

    This is new information - players will apparently be able to choose between a male or female character, and we have their names. Also from the Steam page:

    Why Early Access?

    “We really want early feedback from fans of the Redwall books on things like look, narrative, tone, music etc. It an extremely high priority that we capture the…

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  • Riverrune, The Rogue Bard

    Fluffy pink under-bellied and golden cream-topped clouds gently drifted over the western ramparts of Redwall Abbey. A crisp autumn breeze, rich with the refreshing scent of russet apples from the orchards and the warm embrace of woodsmoke from the kitchen, wafted upwards to the twitching nose of the walltop's lone sentinel.

    Rivenah Thornpaww lightly and easily balanced atop the red sandstone battlements, while impassively scanning the peaceful sun-warmed path and field before her. Her left paw rested firmly on the hilt of an elegantly lethal fencing blade. She was unnaturally thin, as squirrels go, due to her recent life of hunger and helplessness. Had she not been found and rescued, revived and nourished back to health by the kind and …

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  • Astar Goldenwing

    This is a fan fiction story by User:Astar Goldenwing. It is not considered canon, nor is it a policy or guideline.

    This story is loosely connected with my fan fiction ‘For Freedom’: the War of Thousand Rains, or the war with reptiles, that is mentioned in the prologue, is the same war that Longstep and One-ear from ‘For Freedom’ fought in. Besides, in the book 3 of ‘For Freedom’ another connection between the stories could be glimpsed that would play its own role. Aside from that, ‘Raven’s Feather’ is an independent story that could be read alone.

    In this story, one season equals one year.

    Feel free to comment at the end and correct mistakes if you want.

    The sun was rising over the lands of Southsward, bathing hills and streams in its soft gol…

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  • Mousieboy232

    If I was given the rights to Nelvana's Redwall Animated Series, it would be only available on Netflix. It would have 10 episodes and I would rate it TV-14 for Blood and Strong Violence. These people are who I would cast

    Principal Voice Cast

    • Amos Crawley - Martin the Warrior
    • Tyrone Savage - Gonff the Mousethief
    • Graham Haley - Dinny / Old Dinny
    • Julie Lemieux - Tsarmina Greeneyes
    • Lindsay Connell - Columbine / Fortunata
    • Bruce Dow - Log-a-Log
    • Colette Stevenson - Bella of Brockhall / Lady Amber
    • Catherine Disher - Abbess Germaine
    • John Stocker - Boar the Fighter

    I would have Amos reprise his role as Martin, have Matthias' voice actor play Gonff. The opening scene for Episode 1 would be a continuation of Season 3's epilogue. However, there would be a time ski…

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  • Riverrune, The Rogue Bard

    Autumn leaves swirled and danced on the stone steps outside the gatehouse of Redwall Abbey.

    Rittlesby the hedgehog babe toddled over to the door, and firmly pushed it shut.

    “Der we go, Mem Flinn! Did oi do et roit this here toime?” Rittlesby said, tucking his chin in and swaggering about, as he tried out his imitation mole speech.

    The aged shrew, Flinn Furrit, chuckled gently as she leaned back in her old oak rocking chair and continued her knitting. A warm glow from the crackling fireplace lit her dark furred face.

    “Of course you did, little one,” she said, kindly.

    “Of course you’m did notter!” a husky voice piped up from the back of the room.

    A rather round mole came trundling over to the gatehouse door, and swept up the little dibbun in one…

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  • LordTBT

    I remember the first time I saw Michaela Helms' cover artwork for the German editions of Redwall, Mossflower, and Mattimeo many, many years ago.

    It was those latter two covers that really fascinated me: Slagar the Cruel's prominent placement, with a long, glorious mask on Mattimeo, while on Mossflower, our heroes are actually riding on the backs of the hares.

    These illustrations were completely different from the US and UK iterations I was previously privy to. And now, at long last, these three editions of the German Redwall Saga have entered the Redwall Wiki library.

    Frau Helms also provided the interior illustrations for these books, as well as for a few other series entries, but I believe these are the only ones that she drew the covers for, whic…

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  • Riftgard Princess

    “And what can I help you little ones with today?” Teagan closed the book but did not lay it on her lap, instead holding it upright so that she could rest her paws and chin upon it. The four dibbuns shuffled their foot paws and wouldn’t meet her eyes, mumbling shyly for a moment, before the little otter cub sauntered forward bravely, summoning up courage.

    “Is it true you was married to a vermin miss?” he asked before becoming bashful again and looking ashamed to have asked. Teagan sat silent in surprise at this question, before composing herself. “Where did you hear that?” she asked gently.

    “Minty said her mam said you had.” a small hedgehog tittered, pointing at a squirrel dibbun who was looking defiantly at her toes. “And we say she’s a g…

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  • Heather the dragon rider

    Well, now I have at least the prologue of this, I'm gonna go ahead and make a post for it. ;) This is a graphic novel version of my fanfic, Defenders of Redwall. It's not the greatest, because with coloring all those frames I get kinda lazy sometimes, but it's fun and that's what counts. xD Not sure how far I'll get with this, but here goes nothing. Please comment! :D

    Dewrose Rose of the Morning 17:26, April 20, 2017 (UTC)

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  • LordTBT

    Yesterday, Soma chief Chris Skaggs popped over to the forums for a Redwall: The Warrior Reborn question-and-answer session with fans, where quite a few revelations were made.

    One of the biggest? We finally have an expected window in which to expect the game's release:

    "You can look for the release of episode one of The Warrior Reborn within 12 months or less," Skaggs said.

    Previously, Skaggs had indicated that the plan for the game calls for six of these chapters or episodes.

    This first episode is to be called "The Scout."

    "The Scout is single player and story based," said Skaggs. "It tells the tale of how a young mouse who is forced to flee to Redwall Abbey when the village of Lilygrove (which was seen in The Corsair's Last Treas…

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  • Mousieboy232

    Chapter 1

    Nikos sheathed his blade and stepped outside where the remaining hordebeasts were at. He stood up on an old hay wagon, as the Hordebeasts lined up in rows of 5 to 8. One of the hordebeasts was a vixen named Gretcha, she was the Healer of the crew, she stood in the middle of the rows. She wore a purple robe and wore a headdress. Nikos inhaled and let out a big bellow.

    "Ladies and gentlebeast, may I have your attention! Redwall is just east from here, they have plenty of supplies, weapons, and warm beds for us to lay our weary heads on. No more sleeping on the cold floor, no more scavenging for food. We will live like kings and lords, they are a peaceful bunch, talking that place will be a piece of cake. Are you with me?"

    He shouted o…

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  • Mousieboy232

    Tears of a Warrior

    April 17, 2017 by Mousieboy232

    | This is an unofficial sequel to Mattimeo, the real sequel is Pearls of Lutra. This takes place 10 years in the future after Matthias rescued Mattimeo. Yes I know that years are not applied in the Redwall Fantasies but I chose to give them "Human Years" because I wanted to Give the readers a more humanly vibe.

    Mattimeo polished his sword as Tess made hot vegetable soup. Mattimeo was sitting next to his son Martin II, the baby mouse was in a bassinet made from wicker. Tess smiled at her husband as she stirred the soup with a wooden ladle in the big cauldron. However, at Cavern Hole, a sick Abbot Mordalfus laid in his bed, coughing severely. Constance badger passed away, seasons ago. Basil Stag Hare, rested in rocking chair, tears welling in…

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  • Alderjack the Treescamp

    Hello, everyone! Today I am going to compile together what I believe is a list of all Redwall Books Ranked from the worst book to the best book, which I think is the toughest situation I've ever been faced with!!!. Warning: My opinion will be different than yours; don't get offended. Keep in mind that this is my stupid personal opinion and, almost all the Redwall books are solid, gorgeous, wonderful pieces of literature but there is one that stands above all else! Let's Start this Countdown! With Exception to the numbered books, none of the books are in their set order. This is a difficult task and it will take a while to organize.

    16th Book (2003)

    Geez... I gotta say it... I never thought I would EVER have say this about a Redwall book, but this bo…

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  • LordTBT

    Liverpool: A Portrait in Old Picture Postcards Vol. 1 is a 1988 book by author Peter W. Woolley. The 88-page volume contains a collection of postcards from the early 1900s that chronicle life in the city of Liverpool. Each page features a different postcard, with a description of the building, location, or people depicted on it.

    Essentially, this book provides a portal through time into how Liverpool looked over a century ago. Amongst the featured postcards: The Overhead Railway, Lime Street, and Dale Street.

    Brian Jacques, who was a popular BBC Radio Merseyside personality at the time of its publication, provided the one page foreword to the book.

    It would be inappropriate to quote the text of the entire page, so I'll excerpt some interesting…

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  • Mousieboy232

    This may seem kinda silly but in the Redwall cartoon which beast is the Main Protagonist, is it Matthias or Martin? Because Matthias appears in 28 episodes, whereas Martin appears in 14, excluding the voice. Unless they both are the main protagonists, Matthias being the hero of Season 1 and 2, then Martin in the final season. With the books Mr. Jacques did not want to be confined to one protagonist, so he had a different one for each book.

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  • LordTBT

    Once again, Soma Games has a new video showing footage from Redwall: The Warrior Reborn. This time, an extended look at the Redwall Abbey Gatehouse is provided in a 1:33 clip.

    The images depict a room with a roaring fireplace, a green couch, the Recorders' desk and some shelves.

    Soma has indicated that this is the "same room that Matthias uses as his apartment." Additionally, the time shown in the video is "quite a while after the events of the Redwall book where serves as both the Redwall archives (not a full library) and a home for the recorder."

    In response to a viewer's inquiry about the sandstone walls, Soma had this to say:

    "We actually worked closely with the Jacques family on this question, and they said that Brian was always thinking of…

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  • LordTBT

    Hello Redwallers!

    In the first 2017 edition of Redwall Collectors' Community, we're going to explore the "Author's Limited Edition" of Redwall!

    Around 2000, Redwall La Dita, the Redwall copyright holder, successfully held negotiations with the UK's Random House publisher, and was able to configure a deal for a reprint of the first hardback UK Hutchinson Children's Books version of Redwall, which was previously out of print at that time.

    The order was for 500 books; each one would be signed by Brian Jacques and individually numbered.

    This special edition was only available for purchase at the Redwall La Dita Book Club shop at, and needless to say, it sold out relatively quickly.

    Today, finding the book is a bit more difficult, and many…

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  • BallyHare

    Fessel and Co

    January 10, 2017 by BallyHare

    This is my first fanfic on here. I have written before, but I didn't post anything until now. It's set in Mossflower Country a long time in the future.

    Thalliope Fessel had no idea what had been going on in Mossriver. The small city which was situated near the ancient Redwall Abbey had been feeling the tight economical times as well as anybody else. The Fessel & Fitzmond Company had taken one of the largest hits, but what shocked the tall, auburn-furred squirrel the most was the disrepair most of the company buildings were in when he returned. Granted, it had been twenty seasons since he had left his hometown to grow the business, but he thought he had left it in good paws.

    Thal stuck his paws in his pockets as he walked the grounds, a half …

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  • LordTBT

    At the beginning of the year, Soma Games revealed render test footage of Cavern Hole for the Redwall: The Warrior Reborn video game, and they're closing the year with more test footage.

    Last week, Soma shared "The Road to Redwall" - a 1:36 clip in a setting that appears to be a snowy Mossflower Woods, featuring a camera pan around a group of animals, including a female badger, a hare, an adult mouse, and two young mice, both of whom are on a sleigh.

    It was made using Unity, Blender, 3D Coat, Gaia, and SpeedTree.

    In the comments, Soma mentioned the background music is "an original work from one of our two artists that are composing for the game."

    Soma also stated that the "game is set in the winter just prior to the book Redwall - so the era of Cl…

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  • Heather the dragon rider

    Frost Hare

    December 23, 2016 by Heather the dragon rider

    This is my Christmas/Winter/New Years gift to all of you, all my RW friends! =D I love you all so much!!! ^^ So yeah, this is what I've been working on for the past month... :s But now it's finished, I can hopefully get back to DoR next month, when I won't be so busy. I wanted to finish this in time for Christmas, so it's not the greatest... feels a bit rushed to me... but I hope you enjoy it anyway. :} It's actually a crossover with Rise of the Guardians, which might sound weird, but I loved the idea so much. x] It's with Jack and the ARWT characters. If you haven't seen RotG... well, this story shouldn't really have too many spoilers, or you could go watch it, then read the story. ;) I hope you enjoy it anyway, even if you don't understan…

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  • Starfire Dawnsong

    From the haunts of the island one will rise,

    Furious warrior with the stars in her eyes.

    Find the one who waits beside the sable path of old,

    Waiting for the one who will avenge the past untold.

    Look upon the treasure with eyes anew,

    Find the dark one and her promise to you.

    Story by story, day by day,

    Only time will tell whose tale to portray.

    An enemy you thought vanquished arises from the dark.

    Black as night, starry light, the vixen makes her mark.

    The sun set on the island of the Marlfoxes. The castle, once so proud and stately, lay in ruins, a pile of stones and timber. The guards and soldiers lay somewhere under the rubble, slain. The High King Mokkan, also, was dead. The only living creatures left were the shoals of pike in the water.

    Or were…

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  • Starfire Dawnsong

    Keeping Silent

    November 24, 2016 by Starfire Dawnsong

    Karalea strained and tugged at the rope. She looked to her right, where her brother, Landis, and several other slaves hauled at the huge stone. Landis glanced at her and smiled. She shook her brown head at him. "No," she tried to mouth. "Stay silent. Don't draw attention to yourself."

    A groan arrested her attention. She jerked her head around and saw that an old squirrel had fallen. Karalea had talked to him once or twice, but she was far better acquainted with his son Felldoh. Now, the squirrel lay on the ground with a young mouse bending over him.

    Karalea instinctively glanced at Hisk, who didn't look happy. He raised his whip. "Here, keep movin', you lot!" he ordered. Then he turned on the squirrel.

    "Get up, you!" he yelled. When the squir…

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  • LordTBT

    So it's been over two years since we learned anything new about a potential Redwall movie.

    At that time, it was revealed to be in the portfolio of Working Element/RegalWorks, a production company managed by Darren Thomas.

    Previously (circa 2011), the rights to a Redwall movie were held by the Miller Brothers. Things are a bit foggy here - it's unclear if they partnered with others and still have these rights.

    At any rate, in 2014, we reported that Redwall was being optioned by Thomas' firm - certainly not a guarantee that a film will be made (although, we certainly hope so).

    Earlier this week on Twitter, Alex Kain, known for his collaborations with Sean Rubin, announced that at some point he had "cowrote an official draft of a script for a Redwall…

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  • LordTBT

    News:Redwall Wiki Turns 11

    October 11, 2016 by LordTBT

    Redwall Wiki Turns 11!

    Wow, another year in the books, everyone!

    This year has been particularly exciting because of the unearthing of older Brian Jacques video footage and audio that we believed was likely gone forever.

    If you missed it, back in May, we made public the missing Redwall TV Featurettes.

    And just a few days ago, we revealed audio from Trekatape Liverpool.

    In addition to these features, we also reviewed editions of Redwall from the UK and China.

    We do have several other features that are works in progress, and I hope to have them up quickly - the battle against time nowadays is a tough one.

    As always, thanks to the dedicated editors, fan fiction writers, and fan artists who make this site what it is. We wouldn't be here without you.


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  • LordTBT

    It's funny, every time I think a Brian Jacques item may be lost to history, it manages to make its way into the Redwall Wiki library.

    I first discovered the existence of Trekatape Liverpool back in 2008. A participant on a Liverpool forum had posted about it, and his attempt to listen to it resulted in the cassette tape being permanently damaged.

    This was the only acknowledgement of this tape I had ever seen - which is to be expected. Trekatape Liverpool was released in 1984 - this is once again one of those items that people just don't hang onto. How many even still have their CD collections from 15 years ago, much less a Liverpool cassette from over 30 years ago?

    I figured encountering this tape would likely never happen. But then, lo and b…

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  • LordTBT

    And it's official: After months and months of drama, the Gary Chalk artbook reward from the Lone Wolf Kickstarter will not be happening in any form whatsoever.

    Back in July, Megara and Greywood Publishing, the two companies at the center of the Lone Wolf Kickstarter, managed to reconcile their differences after many disputes.

    Megara took over every aspect - and began shipping games to backers. It seemed like they were able to successfully turn around an unfortunate situation.

    At this time, Megara wanted to focus on distribution of the game, and hoped that the artbook would be able to be produced in a PDF format. They stated Gary was "asking for more time," and the plan was to circle back after all the games had been sent out.

    And that time is …

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  • HoshinoKaabi

    Hello wiki, I'm a Redwall fan from Thailand. A really recent one, just got into the series earlier this year, but I've been pretty engrossed in it. I haven't read too many books, only 4, but that's cause, well, I was in Thailand. I'm currently in America and hope to read more while here.

    It's probably embarrassing to say, but my first Redwall book was Triss. I decided to read it cause it had a cute squirrel on the cover, >_>. I wasn't disappointed, but now after reading other books... yeah it wasn't that good. My second book was Taggerung, which is currently my favorite. After that, Legend of Luke and then the original Redwall.

    As I said before, I'm really engrossed in the franchise, and I've had fan story ideas since almost the beginning,…

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  • Argulor

    OK, so after a recent essay about this was made (which was very well thought out), I decided to make my own based on my perspective. Here goes.

    First Era: 1986-1993

    This was the early era and arguably the "classic" one. It gave us what are probably the strongest books of the series, with tons of classic characters, ranging from Matthias, Cornflower Fieldmouse, Basil Stag Hare, and Queen Warbeak, to Gonff the Mousethief, Chibb, and of course, Martin the Warrior. The ideas were fresh and new at this point, and each book serves a bit of a purpose.

    Redwall introduces us to the world of the series and sets the bar for the rest. With Mossflower the series truly settles into itself, and tells us the legend behind the first book, which is a fantastic i…

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  • LordTBT

    Back in 2013, we first explored the Chinese editions of Redwall. It was during this review that we learned that one of the editions of Redwall contained original artwork that we hadn't seen before, and I observed that it looked like editions of Mossflower and Mattimeo were also published by the same company.

    The Redwall Wiki library is now in possession of those very editions of Mossflower and Mattimeo, and I'm pleased to announce my hunch was correct- more never-before-seen artwork was inside!

    I am going to dub this collection the "CFP" or China Film Press trilogy. Each back cover keeps the same framing.

    This isn't the last we'll see of Chinese Redwall here at the Redwall Wiki, and we have many more features coming soon! Maybe sooner than you think! ;)

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  • Marion the Warrioress

    Ok, so I finished my story called Warrioress. But I decided to add a short epilogue in which Marion explains to Martin where she was while he was off in Mossflower battling enormous wildcat queens. (Not the most normal siblings in the world).


    The reunited pair made camp that night under several oak trees. Martin stirred up a roaring fire.

    "Aaah." Marion stretched out her paws to the warmth. Her brother nodded at the jagged white scars.

    "Where'd you get these?"

    Marion smiled ruefully. "I was kidnapped by one of Badrang's patrols a short time after you must have been. When I saw Badrang for the first time, I lost control and attacked him- unarmed. It took eight of them to get me off him. Then he did this." She extended her paw…

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  • Marion the Warrioress


    August 24, 2016 by Marion the Warrioress

    Ok. So clearly this is not real. This is fan fiction. I thought it was really sad that Martin didn't have any family. Obviously, after the whole situation with Rose of Noonvale, I couldn't write a love story. And since Sayna and Luke are dead, I couldn't have Martin on a quest for his parents. So I thought of this idea instead. I am not saying it's good. I had a LOT of issues to work through with this story. Anyway, enjoy...


    Marion bit her lip to keep from crying out. Her paws always ached, but they rarely hurt like this. She glanced over at the two vixens standing beneath a spreading honey locust tree. As usual, Lady Redflash and her mother, Moonfang, were engaged in a heated argument. Marion stood up and slipped off to the river…

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  • Sandingomm the Wildcat

    Disclaimer: This is an opinion analysis on the character of Groddil, the fox magician in Ungatt Trunn's Blue Hordes. Feel free to write a rebuttal if you disagree with me.

    First, I'll attempt to fill in the gaps in his backstory. We are told that Trunn killed a family of foxes except for one who he crippled and brought alive. It is implied that the wildcat only spared Groddil because of his abilities as a magician. Although we don't know the backstory, it is likely the wildcat was either looking for recruits for the Blue Hordes or conquering the region and gave them orders to vacate. Groddil's family was killed instead of becoming part of Trunn's horde. Although we aren't told what Groddil's family was like, they refused Trunn's orders…

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  • LordTBT

    This year is the 30th anniversary of the publication of Redwall in the UK, but there appears to be no celebration of this milestone birthday by the Publishers.

    Next year, 2017, is the 30th anniversary of the publication of Redwall in the U.S., and it seems that at some point, began listing the 10th and 20th anniversary Ace paperback as the 30th Anniversary Edition.

    It's unclear if they're actually shipping this version, and if any of the opening text has been altered at all.

    Considering that for the U.S.'s big anniversaries, new hardback editions of Redwall with fresh cover artwork have been published in the past, we can only hope the same happens again.

    Have you seen this 30th Anniversary paperback in stores or ordered a copy yourself? L…

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  • LordTBT


    (Note: Our blogging platform had difficulty with the title "It's #RedwallAugust")

    Back in June, a food blog called The Gluttonous Geek shared their recipe for "Grayling a la Redwall," the dish eaten at Redwall Abbey after Matthias and Brother Methuselah's fishing outing in Redwall.

    A few days ago, the Mossflower-inspired "Fennel and Celery Stew with Hazelnut Dumplings" creation was posted.

    The Fiction Food-Café has developed the hashtag #RedwallAugust for food bloggers to share Redwall-inspired dishes all month long on any social platform you want (Twitter, Instagram, etc.).

    If you're interested in cooking, follow along to share your own dish or discover others.

    They'll also be collecting original recipes shared on the hashtag here.

    Need some ide…

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  • LordTBT

    On July 28, Soma Games hosted another Twitch event, where Chris Skaggs and art team member Erin Kays focused on the development of rats for Redwall: The Warrior Reborn. Chris shouted out the Redwall Wiki and noted an inquiry I had made about villains, as a lot of what we've seen so far has generally revolved around the good guys. Thanks, Chris!

    The 45-minute session was a conversation between Skaggs and Kays as to what inspired the design of rats for the game (The Secret of NIMH, Ratatouille, and others), and conceptual sketches were revealed, as well as 3-D modeling simulations.

    Questions from viewers were interspersed throughout the stream, and it concluded with some potential sartorial offerings for rat characters, which will likely have a …

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  • Snowstripe the Fierce

    Salutations, fellow Martinians! It is I, Snowstripe the Fierce. Before you say anything (I'm looking at you, Ox XD), I have an announcement to make.

    I am discontinuing every single fanfiction before this one. This is something I needed to address a long time ago, but I never wanted to admit the truth. The truth is, all of those fanfictions were made so close together and I made them on a whim (except the Spearmaid, that one took planning).

    This one is different. I'm older now, I'm used to Wikia editing, have re-read all of the Redwall books, and I've taken some inspiration from them and other writers who probably know that I'm talking about them. This one I've had in my head for a while, and after months of inactivity, I believe it's time fo…

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  • Stormflash Diamond

    The Diamond Maid

    By Stormflash Diamond

    I have heard the Dibbuns ask about me. My past. How I came to be the Abbey Warrior. So I am telling this tale to the Abbey Recorder, Nightbird Star. This tale is the tale of my past, and how I came to the Abbey. It is a tale of greatness, treachery, and deceit. It is about what happened when I ran away, and killed my uncle, Skipper of Otters. It is how I turned from a restless young maid I apologize for rambling, these summer days are making me tired. But all I can do is try my best to relate the story as I can and tell you to bring good spirits and lots of food, this journey into my youth shall take awhile. I shall now begin my yarn.

    Enot Sarg and his motley band had been trudging about the mar…

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  • Reep the Warrior
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  • SaynaSLuke

    Seven Tears Shed

    June 25, 2016 by SaynaSLuke

    By Sayna

    Echoes of Oceans, Tears of the Sea,

    Were they worth tears of such as we?

    The rose colored tears for which blood was shed,

    Their owner shed them into the sea,

    Forever safe from greed's clutches they'll be,

    No more shall evil stain them red.

    These seven tears shed,

    A curse to the dead,

    Though Ignasa's good will,

    These none can fulfill.

    Well everyone, this is it. The third and final book of my beloved 'Tears of the Ocean' trilogy. The previous book is The Ocean's Echoes. I know I spoiler a lot of things, but so far I've been able to keep most of this book under wraps. It's gonna be fun! (and tragic/bloody) *ahem coughcough*

    Yes, that brings me to the matter of violence in this book. There is quite a bit. (I mean, come on. We're starting a four-w…

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  • Ee Ay

    Author's note: This is not exactly a story, though I have thought up several plot ideas for these characters and written other pieces. It's simply a dialogue between two characters. It's more of a push to get started with writing again, and to start posting on here. I figured vermin have a culture of some sort too, so I decided to try to discover some of it through my characters Nancy and Taftaf.

    Nancy is a fieldmouse who finds herself as a guest (or a privileged prisoner, not sure which yet) in a horde. She befriends a female weasel after quite some time, and here they are washing clothes at a lake (maybe they're on washing duty, or maybe Nancy's teaching Taftaf some sanitary lessons =P).

    “Yore married, aren’t ye, Nance?” Taftaf said with a…

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  • LordTBT

    November 2015. That was the time that all deliverables for the Lone Wolf Kickstarter, a project in support of Redwall illustrator Gary Chalk, were scheduled to be distributed to project backers: a total of 404 individuals who collectively pledged $36,000 in December 2014.

    If you've been following along in our other updates, you've likely noted that the whole thing imploded months ago. After poor decisions, miscommunication, fighting and wasteful spending, backers of the board game were asked to pay very expensive shipping costs if they expected to receive it.

    Meanwhile, those who backed the Gary Chalk artbook (38 individuals with $1140 total, as well as 53 game + artbook backers, with $4240 total), were left hung out to dry as progress on it h…

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  • Th3Gh0stWr1ter

    Author’s note: This is my latest writing project which I am thrilled to share with you all. It is the sequel to Kyrin: Son of a Warrior, which was completed three years ago. This is where I left off. Enjoy. ~The Ghost Writer, 6/1/2016

    Behold! My tale I tell for all

    Young and old, great and small

    I speak of realms across the sea

    A land of pain and misery

    Built on blood and ancient gold

    Beating heart of immoral bold

    So go! And find what you desire

    In the shadow of the watchful fire.

     The island of Werithor lay far out in the Western Sea, weeks away from the sandy coastline which bordered Mossflower Country. Thick forests grew all over the island, covering the landscape in a lush patch of green. Sprouting out from the center of this rocky landmass was…

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  • LordTBT

    , from the Redwall TV Series]]

    If you viewed an episode of the Redwall TV Series any time from 1999 until 2002, as it was actually airing on television, you probably noticed something that's since been missing from the DVD releases of the show:

    Every episode was introduced by Brian Jacques himself, and closed with additional featurettes that again included Mr. Jacques, as well as character information and medieval history.

    When the seasons were released on DVD, these episodic "bookends" of sorts mysteriously vanished, and were possibly lost forever. It seemed you had to have actually watched the show live to have seen them.

    For years, we've put out the call - did anyone record Redwall while it was airing and capture these moments? And, since t…

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  • Astar Goldenwing

    I’ve seen these posted on DeviantArt a lot, and so I thought: why not to do the same with my Redwall characters? It would allow me to share some interesting facts that didn’t made their way into the stories proper yet, especially the development process, and I could update more often with such snippets while the proper chapters are in the work. And you can suggest the next character or characters about which you want to learn more in the comments, though personally I’d prefer to do such posts for characters that don’t get as much screen time as the mains. Then, let us begin.

    1. In my original ‘sketch’, Wavehound and Seabird’s names were Waverunner and Sea Silence respectively. You see, I originally thought up the story in Russian, and so th…

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  • Ox Rookbane


    May 17, 2016 by Ox Rookbane

    Dedicated to all my friends who've helped me get here. Again dedicated to friend LegendTeller for getting me started.

    Author's Note: Let thy anticipation die, it's on its way. From the writer of Light in The Dark and Conflux Of Time, comes the newest installment of Redwall Fanfiction written by me. Enjoy, Renaissance.

    It was a cold winter. The atmosphere was filled with chilling temperatures that bit through fur and clothes. A family snuggled up to the fire pit, retrieving warmth from the blaze it cradled. The snow whipped in with the wind that nipped at those uncovered. Blankets were draped around each member of the family as they took their supper near the fire. Their father, an albino badger, sat with his red eyes glowing with the light of th…

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  • LordTBT

    During the afternoon of May 11, Soma Games hosted their first-ever Twitch live-streaming session, which featured a Redwall: The Warrior Reborn question and answer session with CEO Chris Skaggs, and members of the art team, Erin Kays, Emily Eason, and Jeremy Adams.

    The discussion lasted around 34 minutes - 20 of which were dedicated to revealing concept artwork, with another 10-15 minutes set aside for viewer inquiries.

    The team covered the look of The Gatehouse, development of mice characters, and the design of a mouse village situated outside of Redwall Abbey, which players of Redwall AbbeyCraft: The Corsair's Last Treasure should recognize as Lilygrove.

    The video also featured an original composition by Seth Stanley as background music, which w…

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  • Ox Rookbane

    In the Redwall series, Bloodwrath is a phenomena that "causes the afflicted to go berserk with anger for a short period of time, enabling him (or her) to cause a fantastic amount of damage during battle and withstand an almost unreal amount of battle damage" (Excerpt from Bloodwrath). It is common in many badger characters, but it has not been restricted to them. There are many notable examples (in my opinion, I just think most of the characters claimed to experience it are just in a state of rage. Brian Jacques never came out and said they experienced it, but it is assumed. As it is assumed, I can have my own opinions about this.)

    As stated on the page about Bloodwrath, it seems to have been related to Viking Berserkers. Before spring break, I …

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  • LordTBT

    Yesterday, Soma Games released a poll to Redwall fans in an effort to determine what they're looking for in Redwall: The Warrior Reborn.

    You can participate in the poll yourself by clicking here.

    And just for fun, we've recreated the poll below too...(you'll be able to see responses this way). Let us know what you think in the comments!

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  • Zampapes

    So I got The Redwall Cookbook and was really excited to try the recipes! Here are the recipes I made (the pictures are of food the I made, not from online).

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  • Heather the dragon rider

    To everybeast on this wiki, you've all inspired me to keep writing, and for just being awesome!!! ^^ Also to Cressida Cowell, because she has inspired me so much as well. I'm sure if she was to read this, she would like my Hiccup. XD

    I just can't wait any longer, I have to do this! XP Now don't worry, this doesn't mean that I'm abandoning Outlaws of Mossflower at all. I will be working on both at once, which is actually what I have been doing, I just didn't publish any of it until now. ;P

    So anyways, this is the first book of my trilogy, A Hero's Journey. So if something doesn't make sense in this story and seems out of place or unresolved, remember it will all come together later. ;) I really hope it will be better than Outlaws, and it should b…

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  • Th3Gh0stWr1ter

    After reading through the entire Redwall series I decided to split it up into chunks that I saw delineated different points in the evolution of the series.

    1. Early Period (Redwall - Outcast of Redwall)

    The Early Period of the Redwall series saw the birth of the series as well as many of its most classic novels and characters. Unlike most series that last twenty-plus books, the Redwall series found itself relatively early on, falling into a pattern from which future books in the series rarely deviated. This period is further divided into two smaller sub-eras. The first of these sub-eras spans from Redwall through Mattimeo. During this time, the basic good and evil species are established, along with the series’ rustic western European settin…

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