In a major project like this one, there are always people
besides the webmistress who have contributed in some way, big or small,
knowingly or unknowingly, to the site. This page is where I give those
people proper recognition for their help.
- Ian: I have roleplayed with Ian for almost three years in Redwall
and non-Redwall sites. He pointed out a number of errors in the site
- Stephanie: Ste's another of my long-time fellow roleplayers.
Stephanie made suggestions and gave encouragements during the creation of
the Beastiary. She was one of the first people who looked at the site.
- Nora: Nora also encouraged the work on the Beastiary and looked it
over early on in its creation.
- Starfire's Redwall
Abbey: Starfire may not know it, but she helped me immensely.
The species list in the Character
Development Tutorial showed me which species I'd missed - even if I
didn't always agree with what species she categorized as neutral -
and was absolutely invaluable.
- Fort Ruddler:
This is another site whose tutorial
helped me very much. The Redwall portions of each species page were
sketchy before I found the detailed summaries of many of the more common
vermin and goodbeast species in the Fort tutorials.
- The Mammal Society:
This is an excellent site, and I used it as a resource for almost
every single mammal species page that I made. This British site's
mammal fact sheets are especially invaluable.
Diversity Web: This was as useful to me, if not more so, than the Mammal
Society. The University of Michigan's Animal Diversity Web has
detailed information on just about every species imaginable.
Unfortunately, they don't have all British species - there were a couple I
couldn't find listed - and it helps if you have the scientific name of the
creature you're looking for.