Jan 11, 2020

Make a Warriors Clan in Animal Jam

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#*Moorland
 
#*Moorland
 
#**You should also choose a specific server for your Clan to gather in every time you're all online. For example, they can all gather in the Sarepia Forest (if that's the territory you choose) in the server Pecos. Don't choose a server that crowded all the time, like Aldan.  
 
#**You should also choose a specific server for your Clan to gather in every time you're all online. For example, they can all gather in the Sarepia Forest (if that's the territory you choose) in the server Pecos. Don't choose a server that crowded all the time, like Aldan.  
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#*If you'd like, you can choose multiple territories. However, try to make sure they are nearby each other and similar in type. For example, it would be a little unusual to have territory in Appondale, a hot grassland, and Mt. Shiveer, cold mountains. Something like Sarepia Forest and Temple of Zios would make a little more sense since there isn't a drastic change between the two lands.
 
#Decide which Animal Jam land represents the kind of territory you want your Clan to live in. Think about whether it will be in a forest, on moorland, in mountains, cliffs, or caves, on marshland, etc., and then decide which Animal Jam land is most like the territory you chose. For example, if you want to be in a forest Clan, then the Sarepia Forest should be a good territory for you and your Clan. This will help you later decide what kind of camp your Clan should have, which you'll set up in your den. Here are some examples:  
 
#Decide which Animal Jam land represents the kind of territory you want your Clan to live in. Think about whether it will be in a forest, on moorland, in mountains, cliffs, or caves, on marshland, etc., and then decide which Animal Jam land is most like the territory you chose. For example, if you want to be in a forest Clan, then the Sarepia Forest should be a good territory for you and your Clan. This will help you later decide what kind of camp your Clan should have, which you'll set up in your den. Here are some examples:  
 
#*Forest territory - Sarepia Forest or Balloosh
 
#*Forest territory - Sarepia Forest or Balloosh
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#Choose a different Animal Jam land to act as the place where leaders and medicine cats go to speak with StarClan. Then create a name for it. This will be in place of the Moonstone or the Moonpool in the canon series. For example, in Kimbara Outback, there is a small waterfall - you could call that the Moonfall. However, wherever you choose cannot be in your own territory since it should be a sacred place.  
 
#Choose a different Animal Jam land to act as the place where leaders and medicine cats go to speak with StarClan. Then create a name for it. This will be in place of the Moonstone or the Moonpool in the canon series. For example, in Kimbara Outback, there is a small waterfall - you could call that the Moonfall. However, wherever you choose cannot be in your own territory since it should be a sacred place.  
 
===Creating the Clan Camp===
 
===Creating the Clan Camp===
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*If you don't want to create a clan camp out of your den, you could set up a certain part of the Animal Jam land which you chose for your territory to be your camp. For example, the firepit and the surrounding area in Mt. Shiveer can work as a small camp, and the remaining space in the land can be your territory.
 
#Choose a den that would make a good camp. This depends on the territory your Clan will live in as well as the Animal Jam land that will represent this territory. It may also depend on other things such as the attitude and personality of your Clans' warriors.  
 
#Choose a den that would make a good camp. This depends on the territory your Clan will live in as well as the Animal Jam land that will represent this territory. It may also depend on other things such as the attitude and personality of your Clans' warriors.  
 
#*For example, if your Clan is battle-hungry and proud, they may live in a dark secluded camp, so choose an Animal Jam den that matches that description for your Clan's camp. However, if your Clan is peaceful, you can choose a den that is light, filled with greenery, and wide open, but still would be well hidden from enemies, like Cosmo's Den.
 
#*For example, if your Clan is battle-hungry and proud, they may live in a dark secluded camp, so choose an Animal Jam den that matches that description for your Clan's camp. However, if your Clan is peaceful, you can choose a den that is light, filled with greenery, and wide open, but still would be well hidden from enemies, like Cosmo's Den.
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#*For example, the Epic Haunted Mansion doesn't look very natural except for the outside, but you can cover up the edges of the den with dark plants, trees, etc. In this den, there are pictures on the walls - you can cover those up with hanging plants or cover up the whole wall to make it look natural. Then add items to use as bedding on the floor of each room and add any finishing touches to the den.
 
#*For example, the Epic Haunted Mansion doesn't look very natural except for the outside, but you can cover up the edges of the den with dark plants, trees, etc. In this den, there are pictures on the walls - you can cover those up with hanging plants or cover up the whole wall to make it look natural. Then add items to use as bedding on the floor of each room and add any finishing touches to the den.
 
#*Some dens do look natural, such as the Enchanted Hollow. The only unnatural things are the walls and floors, but you can easily make them look better with certain items or changing how the wall/floor looks. You can also leave the walls and floors as is since they don't look as unnatural as in other dens.  
 
#*Some dens do look natural, such as the Enchanted Hollow. The only unnatural things are the walls and floors, but you can easily make them look better with certain items or changing how the wall/floor looks. You can also leave the walls and floors as is since they don't look as unnatural as in other dens.  
#Decide if you want a large den or a small den. This can also reflect the way your Clan is. If your Clan prefers to live in a secluded area, protected from enemies, choose a den such as the Small House, or the Enchanted Hollow. If you want a larger den, the Sky Kingdom or Peck's Den would be good examples, and you can use all the small rooms in them as dens as well as adding decorations to make the den look natural.  
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#*If you are a non member, you can switch between a decorated Small House den and a Winter Small House den (for when it is winter). Use items such as non member seasonal trees (which can be bought when you first join the game; you can buy as many non member seasonal trees as you want the first time you enter the den shop if you create a new account), cave crystals, etc. A lot of decent non member nature den items can be obtained through land adventures, such as stone circles (Return of the Phantoms Easy), cave crystals (The Hive, Easy), and even darker items such as Phantom Pods (Search for Greely Easy) if you want a darker looking den.
#Decide what kind of items you want to use to decorate your den, depending on the den and the territory. For example, if your Clan lives in Coral Canyons and the camp you chose for your Clan is either Greely's Hideout or the Volcano Den, use rocky items to decorate the den. Stone circles can be used to mark the area where a warrior ceremony is held or to create a pathway to the entrance, or you can add cave crystals to the front of the den to mark the entrance. If your Clan lives in somewhere like Balloosh, use plant items and water items such as fountains and ponds, or if your Clan lives somewhere like Kimbara or Appondale, use cactus plants and sandy items. Make sure the items you use match the territory and camp you choose.  
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#Decide if you want a large den or a small den. This may not apply for non-members. This can also reflect the way your Clan is. If your Clan prefers to live in a secluded area, protected from enemies, choose a den such as the Small House, or the Enchanted Hollow. If you want a larger den, the Sky Kingdom or Peck's Den would be good examples, and you can use all the small rooms in them as dens as well as adding decorations to make the den look natural. However, a small den may be easier to keep organized.
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#Decide what kind of items you want to use to decorate your den, depending on the den and the territory. For example, if your Clan lives in Coral Canyons and the camp you chose for your Clan is either Greely's Hideout or the Volcano Den, use rocky items such as cave crystals and stone circles to decorate the den. Stone circles can be used to mark the area where a warrior ceremony is held or to create a pathway to the entrance, or you can add cave crystals to the front of the den to mark the entrance. If your Clan lives in somewhere like Balloosh, use plant items and water items such as fountains and ponds (seasonal trees work if you are non member), or if your Clan lives somewhere like Kimbara or Appondale, use cactus plants and sandy items. Make sure the items you use match the territory and camp you choose.
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#*A lot of non member nature items are decently rare and you may need to trade for them. However, if you want a simple den, you can always buy non-member nature items such as patches of tall grass or non member seasonal trees. You can also obtain some non member camp-like den items quickly from the easy modes of most adventures.
 
#*You can also use themed items. Nature archways come in different themes - for example, there is a Mt. Shiveer themed archway, a Coral Canyons themed archway, etc. You can use these archways depending on what kind of territory you Clan lives in.
 
#*You can also use themed items. Nature archways come in different themes - for example, there is a Mt. Shiveer themed archway, a Coral Canyons themed archway, etc. You can use these archways depending on what kind of territory you Clan lives in.
 
#*If your Clan lives in a dark area, and your camp is in the Epic Haunted Manor, you can use phantom ferns and phantom stumps (won from the Battle for the Beacon adventure) to decorate your camp. Using certain items like these can also suggest your Clan's personality. Darker items, such as phantom plants, may suggest your Clan is hostile toward the other Clans and they'll take any territory they can get. Bright items, such as the flowers found in Treetop Gardens, may suggest your Clan is peaceful and are fine with the other Clans.
 
#*If your Clan lives in a dark area, and your camp is in the Epic Haunted Manor, you can use phantom ferns and phantom stumps (won from the Battle for the Beacon adventure) to decorate your camp. Using certain items like these can also suggest your Clan's personality. Darker items, such as phantom plants, may suggest your Clan is hostile toward the other Clans and they'll take any territory they can get. Bright items, such as the flowers found in Treetop Gardens, may suggest your Clan is peaceful and are fine with the other Clans.
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#Choose a name for yourself. Make sure the name is natural. Like the Clan name, your name can reflect your personality, strength, Clan name, territory, appearance, or anything from nature. However, the suffix of your name needs to be -star because you're leader of the Clan (unless your friend is leader instead).  
 
#Choose a name for yourself. Make sure the name is natural. Like the Clan name, your name can reflect your personality, strength, Clan name, territory, appearance, or anything from nature. However, the suffix of your name needs to be -star because you're leader of the Clan (unless your friend is leader instead).  
 
#*An example of a name that reflects your personality could be Lightstar, if you were a peaceful cat.  
 
#*An example of a name that reflects your personality could be Lightstar, if you were a peaceful cat.  
#*An example of a name that reflects your strength could be Thornstar, if you were a strong cat.
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#*An example of a name that reflects your strength could be Thornstar, if you were a tough cat.
 
#*An example of a name that reflects your Clan's name could be Flamestar if your Clan was named EmberClan.  
 
#*An example of a name that reflects your Clan's name could be Flamestar if your Clan was named EmberClan.  
 
#*An example of a name that reflects your territory could be Icestar if you lived in a cold habitat.
 
#*An example of a name that reflects your territory could be Icestar if you lived in a cold habitat.
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*Don't be bossy just because you're Clan leader. You're just as equal as the other Jammers in your Clan (during roleplay, the leader has the highest rank over every other cat in the Clan, but this doesn't mean you have to be unfair while roleplaying too).  
 
*Don't be bossy just because you're Clan leader. You're just as equal as the other Jammers in your Clan (during roleplay, the leader has the highest rank over every other cat in the Clan, but this doesn't mean you have to be unfair while roleplaying too).  
 
*Even though you're member, it doesn't mean you have to keep away non-members. Some non-members are more advanced roleplayers than member roleplayers.
 
*Even though you're member, it doesn't mean you have to keep away non-members. Some non-members are more advanced roleplayers than member roleplayers.
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== Warnings ==
 
== Warnings ==
 
*Don't powerplay. You may be blocked, and it makes the roleplay much less enjoyable for everyone.
 
*Don't powerplay. You may be blocked, and it makes the roleplay much less enjoyable for everyone.


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