| Creature Info
- Redwall.org: The official Redwall
website. This site contains plenty of information on Brian Jacques.
- Redwall.net: Redwall.net has plenty
of information, but its most remarkable pages are the recipies page and the
- Starfire's Redwall
Abbey: This is an excellent Redwall info site, and I'm exceptionally
grateful to it. The species list in the Character
Development Tutorial showed me which species I'd missed, and was
- Fort Ruddler: Fort
Ruddler is a well-made Redwall club, and another site whose tutorial
helped me very much. The Redwall portions of each species page in the
Beastiary were sketchy before I found the detailed summaries of many of the
more common vermin and goodbeast species in the Fort tutorials.
- The Veiled
Lands: My personal Redwall roleplaying game, and fairly new. I
worked hard on it and think it's worth at least a look. *shameless plug
- Egburt the Scholar's
Molespeech Dictionary: An excellent site for those who have a
hard time understanding or writing molespeech. It's very well done and
a massive undertaking.
- Snowfur's Redwall
Encyclopedia: The Encyclopedia is a massive index of all the characters
in the Redwall series- even those hordebeasts who get their names mentioned
only once and then get killed right away.
Redwall Listings: A huge list of Redwall links.
- Terrouge Magazine: Terrouge is an excellent
monthly Redwall online 'zine, with plenty of information and many
well-written articles. My only complaint is that they don't have an
archive of back issues.
- The Long Patrol:
The Long Patrol has a lot of general info about the series, as well as
plenty of Redwall news.
- The Redwall Links:
A sizeable list of Redwall links.
- Redwall Digest: A
very well-designed and quite well-written Redwall e-zine. It's new as
of this link addition, but worth a look!
Guide to Redwall Mustelids: This is a good resource for finding out
about mustelids - i.e: ferrets, badgers, weasels, stoats, and the
like. The webmaster doesn't go into much detail, but he does help
clear up the confusion about what the heck those confusing stoat thingies are.
- 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.