Warriors ;; What is Your Prefix [Traditional Naming]?

Warriors ;; What is Your Prefix [Traditional Naming]?

➳In Traditional naming, the prefix is always something a Clan cat would know and see in their everyday life. Canon Clans live in England, so we are limited to English flora and fauna to be named for. The prefix always describes a cat's appearance [or, rarely, size] in Traditional naming. ➳ If you came to like Traditional Naming, ask me for suggestion and send all your queries to my page on warriors character reviewing.

published on January 07, 201590 responses 22 3.0★ / 5

Welcome! First off, I need to know your predominant pelt color.

Welcome! First off, I need to know your predominant pelt color.
Mainly black.
Mainly white.
Mainly ginger.
Mainly golden.
Mainly gray [grey].
Mainly brown.

Do you have any markings?

Do you have any markings?
White markings.
I'm a tabby.
I'm patched.
No markings.
I'm tortoiseshell.

Cats with your pelt type usually have what color eyes?

Cats with your pelt type usually have what color eyes?
Green, copper or amber [certainly not blue].
Copper, gold or orange [not green or blue].
Copper, orange, yellow, hazel, may be green [not blue].
Blue, orange, may be yellow or green.
Copper or orange, may be green [not blue or yellow].
Any color, except copper and orange maybe, rarely green.

Aright, one final question. I know, it was short but that's all I need to know. What is your gender?

Aright, one final question. I know, it was short but that's all I need to know. What is your gender?
Tom [male].
Molly [not she-cat, that's made up, female].

Remind me your main pelt color, will you please, and you may go.

Remind me your main pelt color, will you please, and you may go.
Black.
Brown.
Ginger/Russet/Red.
Golden.
Gray/Grey/Blue.
Calico/Bicolor/Patched.
Tortoiseshell.
White.