If this character died I would've cried.



  • @Kai:

    That's true, without Martin, there'd be no Redwall and every bad guy who wanted to take it would be pretty bored.

    Maybe there would have, it just wouldn't have been the same Redwall Abbey? Perhaps a castle, rather than an abbey. Or a settlement.



  • @Kedrin:

    Maybe there would have, it just wouldn't have been the same Redwall Abbey? Perhaps a castle, rather than an abbey. Or a settlement.

    That would be interesting!



  • Yes, that it would be.



  • Wanna know what would be cool? Reading the backstories of the villians, getting to know what made Cluny want Redwall so much other than what it says in the book or how he got into that fight with the pike that took his eye or why Tsarmina's so terrified of water. That would be so cool ๐Ÿ™‚



  • Any death of any good character makes me sad. ย Most of the characters that I was strongly attached to died anyway. -.-

    If I have to be specific, fine. Matthias and Constance.

    Now, as far as back stories go I would love to know the origins of Ungatt Trunn and Verdauga Greeneyes. I know their father is King Mortspear and that the wildcats are from the north but it would be interesting to read about how and why Verdauga decided to come and settle in Mossflower in greater detail.



  • As above.

    I do not read, I enter the world with the characters and observe. In redwalls case, I am often an observer in the role of a mouse or shrew etc who just follows the heroes and experiences everything. Sometimes (rarely) in a re-read i have a gemstone of light where I will be my character in the world, which makes it highly entertaining as bits get injected into fight scenes where -i- take a part.

    I havent read any books in awhile so im hoping i havent lost that immersion level though :3

    I get sad for the death of any really good character. Though, I really get upset if 'simple' characters are hurt. Dibbuns or idiots. Id cry if the carpenter rat died.



  • Corn flower, The good rat fromthe bell maker whatshisname, Martin, Bail stag hair, and alot more



  • If instead of the dying instantly, Cluny was crushed and crippled under the Joseph bell and he was crying ( Cluny crying? Am I insane?) out in pain and we could see (or read, I should say) what he was thinking about while dying, I believe that tears would've been shed. I actually feel like writing something about that now ๐Ÿ˜„



  • @ajc3000fox:

    Corn flower, The good rat fromthe bell maker whatshisname, Martin, Bail stag hair, and alot more

    Blaggut, I think the rat's name was.



  • @NightFang:

    @ajc3000fox:

    Corn flower, The good rat fromthe bell maker whatshisname, Martin, Bail stag hair, and alot more

    thats sounds about right

    Blaggut, I think the rat's name was.



  • The only bad guy I got sad over was Nightshade from Oucast. Oh, and the large fox.



  • Balefur? I can't believe I remembered his name. xD I haven't read the book in years.



  • Considering the fact that Martin (both of them) were pretty much some of the main characters, it seems to reason that if they died, the entire story would unravel



  • @Pester:

    Considering the fact that Martin (both of them) were pretty much some of the main characters, it seems to reason that if they died, the entire story would unravel

    Exactly! And even if Rose survived, this would happen, too. But I'm not a fan of Rose. Avoids tomatoes that might be thrown


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