Anonymous asked: Was anyone aware of the BrokenBerry (BrokenstarxDeath Berries) ship? There's even a tribute video made now.
… We’re crying. Real tears.
Anonymous asked: Hey, I'm from Dimension Spelled with E. We eat cubes and we're waiting for you guys to visit.
Oh, well, we’ll tell a few of our spare, lazy cubes to drop by for dinner sometime.
Anonymous asked: What's up with kids drawing warrior cats with emo hair and saying it's their style when 100000000000000 other kids draw in the same exact style? I also want to know what's up with some of them drawing the eye showing through the emo bangs.
It’s an anime thing, apparently. Lots of young Warriors fans draw anime-esque cats, mostly because at the same time they’re becoming Warriors fans, they’re also becoming anime fans.
Fabio damn it, there are like five penises in our submit box.
Anonymous asked: In regards to the Longtail thing, he's described as a "pale tabby" in the Allegiances, so if anyone missed the part where he was referred to as silver it's likely they could've read that and just colored him any pale color like light yellow or beige etc. That's why I always thought people did it, since Ive seen people color him that way long before SSS.
Pale means ‘Whitish in complexion; pallid.’ That would imply a white/gray color rather than what we think of as ‘humanly pale’ which would be a beige or sorts.
But that is definitely easily confused, as we do tend to think of pale-tan/beige as being the color of an average white person.
Anonymous asked: But I don't think Longtail was ever described as silver… he was just said to be a pale tabby. At least for the first few books, which would explain why if people imagined him as cream then, the image would stick in their mind.
He was definitely described as silver, but you’re right that it wasn’t stated until later (specifically, Rising Storm).
asked: We still don't get why Longtail is drawn as a cream tabby when the books said he was a silver tabby. We think it has to do with SSSWarriorcats and how they drew him, but seriously. We understand that people are trying tone creative by putting their own spin on things, but this is ridiculous. It's like taking a blueberry and turning it yellow.
While creativity is good and creative interpretations can be good, most of the time it’s just confusing and makes it hard to tell if it’s an OC called Longtail or the real Longtail when someone changes the color or description.