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Redwall Wiki | Brian Jacques and Redwall Information

First page, huzzah! Expanding encouraged, of course.

Some Info[]

That last update of mine in the comments I said "some info", by that I didn't mean "all info", I tacked on some of em. Clarifying. --LordTBT 07:42, 13 August 2006 (UTC)

After seeing the movie, I am wondering, did Cluny intend on going to Redwall to invade it, or did he arrive there by coincidence?

Thurrn the Ranger 22:08, 25 June 2009 (UTC)

He went to conquer it; see the introduction of Cluny and it's fairly obvious that he aims to conquer. Holly ThornbladeThe War to End All Wars- Have You Joined? 20:48, July 26, 2010 (UTC)

Should either paragraph be removed?[]

Redwall is the first book in the Redwall saga, and as such several elements of the storyline are quite different than later books in the series. The presence of dogs, towns, and the actions of some characters are unique to this book alone.


Redwall was written before the remainder of the books in the series, and as such contains and mentions elements (such as a horse and cart, piglets, cattle, dogs, and towns) that make no future appearance.

Aren't these saying the same thing? The Fivemole Grumm Mole Mole Mole Mole Mole 14:23, May 5, 2014 (UTC)

Mmm, either one is relevant to the page, and they're not exactly copying each other to the word, so why not just leave both of them here for now? The words read smoothly either way. Lord Mortspear (talk) 23:39, May 5, 2014 (UTC)

Illustrations?[]

Wasn't there an edition that had the interior black-and-white illustrations done by someone else (not by Gary Chalk??) Maybe my ol' memory is slipping, but I seem to remember reading a version with different illustrations. --Ocarina451 (Talk)

See the Collector's Edition section on this page. -- LordTBT Tbtico Talk! 00:42, December 21, 2019 (UTC)

Speaking of which, that’s interesting you mention that your first edition of the U.S. 10th anniversary edition has six plates. According to a seemingly well-researched overview of the editions on longpatrolclub.com, there were only five. Was the missing one left out of most printings by mistake? Very odd. Do you think I could add this to the article? AsmodeusTheAdder03 (talk) 17:35, 24 August 2021 (UTC)

Unfortunately, this is inaccurate, and why we conduct our own research. There are six. All six appear in the original hardcover, of which the Redwall Wiki has a first edition. We also have a paperback, in which all six also appear. I don't think anything was left out of any printings. There is no need for this to be added to the article. Thanks! -- LordTBT Tbtico Talk! 17:47, 24 August 2021 (UTC)

That’s cool to know. It always bothered me a little that a plate was supposedly left out when there weren’t a lot to begin with. I still wish there were more, but since the front and back cover have original artwork (unlike the Fangorn edition) I can forgive it. Fun fact: my first edition of the book had the 10th anniversary cover. (It was an Ace mass-market paperback edition with a picture of Mr. Jacques on the back, and of course none of the color plates.)

Well, no reason to be bothered when they're all there. I've added further details as to their placement to ensure this other review's error doesn't confuse readers. Thanks. -- LordTBT Tbtico Talk! 23:01, 24 August 2021 (UTC)
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