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…Read more >
Okay, so this is going to be a prequel to Mattimeo, and the story of an abandoned youngbeast hailing from The Far East. His name is Malka Riss. This is tale of revenge, power, love, war, life, death, and everything in between.
If you haven't noticed this is my first fanfiction I've started in the year of 2016 A.D.!! Yay!! I am putting The Spearmaid on hold for the moment, until this is finished. That being said,
The following is a fanfiction. It is not considered canon, nor is it a policy or guideline. Redwall and related media are copyrighted property by Redwall Abbey Company, Ltd. All rights reserved.
From above, a figure screamed as it descended downward towards the bottom of the chasm. A creature awoke from his slumber within a large…
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Hello, y'all! I hope you've noticed that this is my first blog of 2016! Hurray! I just wanted to put this little author's note here because I felt like it. Continue reading at your own risk.
As we all know, Mr. James Brian Jacques, the author of everyone's favorite anthro fantasy series, died on February 5th, 2011, at the grand old age of 71 in his hometown of Liverpool England.
His 22nd, and final, Redwall book, entitled The Rogue Crew, was published posthumously on May 3rd, 2011. However, due to it not being finished, and very seldom do you see an unfinished book being published, the book had to supposedly be finished by an unidentified "ghostwriter". What I write now may not be the truth, but, this being an essay, I will bring forth some c…
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Ungatt Trunn held his trident tight in his paw. His father Mortspear was sick, and maybe even dying. Most likely the latter. He was 19 seasons now, and his half-brother Verdauga 12. They were half-brothers because Mortspear just couldn't choose one wife, he couldn't be happy and accept what he had. He already had one wife, Vittata Trunn, but when one of her eyes went blind, Mortspear couldn't stand imperfection. So he married again. This wildcat's name was Galbina Greeneyes. She gave him one son, who's eyes were bright green, like hers with his father's body. They named him Vedauga.
Mortspear always favored Verdauga, Ungatt knew it. The way he gave him so many presents, like a great spear with a silver point and gems encrusted into the hand…Read more >