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    Question Favorite redwall book ever!

    well...what was it? mine was the taggerung.
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    Redwall. The first is the best...thought some would like to argue that, I'm sure
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    Unhappy come on!

    I've only got one reply so far? come on people!
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    I've always considered Lord Brocktree to be my favourite, either that or The Legend of Luke, and Loamhedge.
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    Martin the Warrior is my favorite (Why did Rose have to die?!?!?!) anyway, then it would be Lord Brocktree. (Tagg it takes awhile for some people to post...like Darky...he never comes on )
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    mossflower
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    Well, for me "Martin the Warrior" and "(The) Taggerung" tie at the top spot, followed in third place by "The Long Patrol". Of course I haven't read "Loamhedge" yet, so I can't comment there.

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    Thumbs up thanks

    thanks for agreeing with me keyla!
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    the taggerung is the best!
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    My top two would be The Bellamker and Salamandastron . I also enjoyed The Long Patrol a lot.
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    I love Mossflower.

    And Dinny too.

    Dinny is awesome.

    He's a mole.

    Moles are awesome.

    ~Goooooooooooooo Mossflower~

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    Thanks for making a point, Furrtil
    Eh, I'd put Mossflower at second. Redwall is special to me.
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    Short and sweet.

    Moles are my favorite characters. Although they'd be a lousy main character (they're designed to be classic sidekicks) roles like Dinny's let the true mole shine through!

    My favorite mole characters are Dinny, Furrtil and Bungo. And those books happen to be some of my favorites. (We have to have /some/ connection to the topic, no?)
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    It's always hard for me to decide. If I pick one, then I feel like I'm being disloyal to the others. I really like Mattimeo, though. Mainly because of Basil Stag Hare. And Ledgend of Luke. That was a good one.

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    mattimeo was my third favorite.
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