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Author Topic: There is no Snarred Warren spin-off story or prequel....or is there?  (Read 555 times)

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Was wondering if there was a a spinoff or prequel story regarding the Snarred Warren? The one where Bigwig nearly died.
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Re: There is no Snarred Warren spin-off story or prequel....or is there?
« Reply #1 on: December 05, 2020, 08:02:31 AM »
I'm afraid not.  Even in TFWD, the warren only gets two very brief mentions.
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  • Fiver's feelings were always right, including at that warren.
  • Silverweed was crazy, but Flyairth isn't.

There are a few fanfics, but as far as I know, only one of could qualify as a prequel, and barely: "The Children of Prince Rainbow", in which Silverweed tells a very twisted tale that also insults the Watershippers.

A few other ones I enjoyed:
  • Tales of Shining Wire: after his family is brutally murdered, the farmer moves away and the snares vanish from the warren.  The rabbits (mostly OCs) struggle to adapt to a normal life.  It was never finished, and the spelling can be pretty bad at times.
  • The Poison Tree: a one-shot about Laburnum, the rabbit responsible for the shapes.
  • Silverweed by Night: Silverweed meets the Black Rabbit.
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