Tigerstar Quotes

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Erin Hunter
“Warriors should suffer their pain silently.”
Erin Hunter, Into the Wild

Erin Hunter
“Keep your eyes open, Fireheart. Keep your ears pricked. Keep looking behind you. Because one day I'll find you, and then you'll be crowfood.”
Erin Hunter, Forest of Secrets

Erin Hunter
“You speak from your heart, young Firepaw. This will make you a stronger warrior one day." said Lionheart
Tigerclaw growled. "Or it might make him give in to kittypet weakness right at the moment of attack”
Erin Hunter, Into the Wild

Erin Hunter
“Bloodclan, Attack!"
Not a cat moved
Tigerstar's amber eyes widened and he screeched "Attack, I order you!"
Still none of the warriors moved, eccept for the small black cat who took a pace forward. He glanced twored Firestar. "I am Scourge, leader of Bloodclan," he meowed, his voice cold and quiet. "Tigerstar, my warriors are not yours to command. They will attack when I tell them, and not before."
The look Tigerstar gave him was incredulous and glittered with all the hatred he had ever shown to Firestar, as is he couldn't beleive that this scrap of a cat was defying him. Firestar seized his oppertunity. He paced forward untill he stood right infront of the two leaders. Behind him, he heard graystripe hiss, "Firestar,be
careful!"
But this was no time for being careful. The very future of the forest was at stake, balanced on the breadth of a hair between Tigerstar's bloodthirsty quest for power and the whims of the unknown bloodclan.
Now Firestar could see that the collar Scourge wore around his neck was studded with teath--The teath of dogs, and...CATS' teath too. Great Starclan! Did they kill their own kind and wear there teath as trophies?”
Erin Hunter, The Darkest Hour

Erin Hunter
“Firepaw held the menacing amber gaze for few moments. Warrior and apprentice, for a heartbeat their eyes were locked as enemies.”
Erin Hunter, Into the Wild

Erin Hunter
“He paused; a grim silence gripped the whole clearing, broken by a contemptious Rumble from Tigerstar. "Mew away, little kittypet. It won't change anything."
Firestar ignored him. "Being deputy wasn't enough," he went on. "Tigerstar wanted to be leader of the clan. He set a trap for Bluestar by the Thunderpath, but my own apprentice strayed into it instead. That's how Cinderpelt came by her crippled leg."
A shocked murmer swept through the clearing. Except for Bloodclan, they all knew of Cinderpelt, she was popular even with cats of other clans.
Then Tigerstar conspired with Brokentail, the fomer leader of ShadowClan, who was ThunderClan's prisoner," Firestar told the listening cats. "He brought a pack of rogues into ThunderClan camp, and tried to murder Bluestar with his own claws. I stopped him, and when ThunderClan had beaten off the attack we drove him into excile. As a rogue, he slaughtered, Runningwind. Then before we knew what he was up too, he had made himself leader of ShadowClan.”
Erin Hunter

Erin Hunter
“It was Tigerstar's ambition that destroyed him. If he had been willing to wait for power to come to him, he would've been the greatest leader in the forest.”
Erin Hunter, Outcast

Erin Hunter
“A true warrior's heart needs no rules! It can do no evil!”
Erin Hunter, Fading Echoes

Erin Hunter
“The RiverClan warrior gave a little nod to Stormpaw just like any mentor approving of his apprentice's courage. Then he turned to look up at Tigerstar again.

"You'll have to kill me first, Tigerstat!" he spat.”
Erin Hunter, The Darkest Hour

Erin Hunter
“So now you're fighting on the side of Tigerstar's murderer?" he taunted Darkstripe. "Have you no loyalty in you?"

"Not any more," Darkstirpe snarled. "Every cat in the foresst can turn into crowfood for all I care. All I want is to see you dead.”
Erin Hunter, The Darkest Hour

Erin Hunter
“Our clans will join together like a lion to fight the tiger who prowls our forest.”
Erin Hunter, The Darkest Hour

Erin Hunter
“If you want power you must commit yourself totally—every hair, every claw, every drop of blood. Anything less is weakness.”
Erin Hunter, Sunset