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Re: Graves.
« Reply #15 on: January 01, 2012, 03:38:31 AM »

I think Cregga had a headstone, I think it said a little message, like, "Here lies Cregga, loving badger,' or something, but I'm not sure.
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Re: Graves.
« Reply #16 on: December 24, 2013, 01:02:38 AM »

Friar Hugo had a grave.

How did this not get mentioned before when there is an illustration of it?
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Re: Graves.
« Reply #17 on: December 24, 2013, 05:00:31 AM »

Didn't Laterose also have a grave?
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Re: Graves.
« Reply #18 on: December 24, 2013, 07:14:53 PM »

A problem that I noticed thorought the Redwall series is that several creatures were buried in the lawns of Redwall Abbey. But, it happens quite a few times, especially towards the last books in the series, but it seems at times that there should be allot of graves, but none of them ever get noticed.   
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Re: Graves.
« Reply #19 on: January 10, 2014, 02:24:30 AM »

Maybe they only buried the abbey members who were important (i.e. abbot, badgermum) in the main area so that people could see and remember (or in a special place like Martin's tomb), and all the others were buried somewhere else in the abbey.
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Re: Graves.
« Reply #20 on: January 10, 2014, 01:52:34 PM »

Maybe they only buried the abbey members who were important (i.e. abbot, badgermum) in the main area so that people could see and remember (or in a special place like Martin's tomb), and all the others were buried somewhere else in the abbey.
A problem that I noticed thorought the Redwall series is that several creatures were buried in the lawns of Redwall Abbey. But, it happens quite a few times, especially towards the last books in the series, but it seems at times that there should be allot of graves, but none of them ever get noticed.   
Or maybe they ere at a part of the abbey where it as set part from the rest. Like an area that no one can enter easily.
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Re: Graves.
« Reply #21 on: January 11, 2014, 02:58:07 AM »

Maybe they only buried the abbey members who were important (i.e. abbot, badgermum) in the main area so that people could see and remember (or in a special place like Martin's tomb), and all the others were buried somewhere else in the abbey.
A problem that I noticed thorought the Redwall series is that several creatures were buried in the lawns of Redwall Abbey. But, it happens quite a few times, especially towards the last books in the series, but it seems at times that there should be allot of graves, but none of them ever get noticed.   
Or maybe they ere at a part of the abbey where it as set part from the rest. Like an area that no one can enter easily.
I think that these are the answer! ;)
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Re: Graves.
« Reply #22 on: January 11, 2014, 06:33:41 PM »

Maybe they only buried the abbey members who were important (i.e. abbot, badgermum) in the main area so that people could see and remember (or in a special place like Martin's tomb), and all the others were buried somewhere else in the abbey.
A problem that I noticed thorought the Redwall series is that several creatures were buried in the lawns of Redwall Abbey. But, it happens quite a few times, especially towards the last books in the series, but it seems at times that there should be allot of graves, but none of them ever get noticed.   
Or maybe they ere at a part of the abbey where it as set part from the rest. Like an area that no one can enter easily.
I think that these are the answer! ;)
But I don't think that they would disvalue somebody's grave because he or she wasn't a Redwaller.
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Re: Graves.
« Reply #23 on: January 11, 2014, 07:25:36 PM »

Maybe they only buried the abbey members who were important (i.e. abbot, badgermum) in the main area so that people could see and remember (or in a special place like Martin's tomb), and all the others were buried somewhere else in the abbey.
A problem that I noticed thorought the Redwall series is that several creatures were buried in the lawns of Redwall Abbey. But, it happens quite a few times, especially towards the last books in the series, but it seems at times that there should be allot of graves, but none of them ever get noticed.   
Or maybe they ere at a part of the abbey where it as set part from the rest. Like an area that no one can enter easily.
I think that these are the answer! ;)
But I don't think that they would disvalue somebody's grave because he or she wasn't a Redwaller.
What?
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Re: Graves.
« Reply #24 on: January 11, 2014, 07:39:30 PM »

Maybe they only buried the abbey members who were important (i.e. abbot, badgermum) in the main area so that people could see and remember (or in a special place like Martin's tomb), and all the others were buried somewhere else in the abbey.
A problem that I noticed thorought the Redwall series is that several creatures were buried in the lawns of Redwall Abbey. But, it happens quite a few times, especially towards the last books in the series, but it seems at times that there should be allot of graves, but none of them ever get noticed.   
Or maybe they ere at a part of the abbey where it as set part from the rest. Like an area that no one can enter easily.
I think that these are the answer! ;)
But I don't think that they would disvalue somebody's grave because he or she wasn't a Redwaller.
What?
I'm refurring to the part were you said "no ine can enter easy". I think that they would believe that all creatures are equill,  no matter were your from. That may sound a little weird when it comes to burying creatures, but hey. Though, I'm sure that the Redwalkers might care a little more for the passing of somebody who lived at Redwall. Just not so sure about the burying. They might have had a section that was for creatures that were previous Redwallers.
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Re: Graves.
« Reply #25 on: January 11, 2014, 07:46:12 PM »

Maybe they only buried the abbey members who were important (i.e. abbot, badgermum) in the main area so that people could see and remember (or in a special place like Martin's tomb), and all the others were buried somewhere else in the abbey.
A problem that I noticed thorought the Redwall series is that several creatures were buried in the lawns of Redwall Abbey. But, it happens quite a few times, especially towards the last books in the series, but it seems at times that there should be allot of graves, but none of them ever get noticed.   
Or maybe they ere at a part of the abbey where it as set part from the rest. Like an area that no one can enter easily.
I think that these are the answer! ;)
But I don't think that they would disvalue somebody's grave because he or she wasn't a Redwaller.
What?
I'm refurring to the part were you said "no ine can enter easy". I think that they would believe that all creatures are equill,  no matter were your from. That may sound a little weird when it comes to burying creatures, but hey. Though, I'm sure that the Redwalkers might care a little more for the passing of somebody who lived at Redwall. Just not so sure about the burying. They might have had a section that was for creatures that were previous Redwallers.
What I was meaning by that is that it is not at a spot where dibbuns could run, or people could just sit down at or where it can't be disturbed.
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Re: Graves.
« Reply #26 on: January 11, 2014, 09:05:41 PM »

Does anyone gather that any of these graves have headstones to say who is there?  I don't think there is any mention of this, but it doesn't seem that the characters don't often revisit the graves of lost ones.

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Or something like that. And, near there, the squirrels (What's their names?) are skipping, and they see some pretty flowers, so they put them in a little jar with water, and put them near the headstone.

Didn't Laterose also have a grave?

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Re: Graves.
« Reply #27 on: January 11, 2014, 09:55:23 PM »

Maybe they only buried the abbey members who were important (i.e. abbot, badgermum) in the main area so that people could see and remember (or in a special place like Martin's tomb), and all the others were buried somewhere else in the abbey.
A problem that I noticed thorought the Redwall series is that several creatures were buried in the lawns of Redwall Abbey. But, it happens quite a few times, especially towards the last books in the series, but it seems at times that there should be allot of graves, but none of them ever get noticed.   
Or maybe they ere at a part of the abbey where it as set part from the rest. Like an area that no one can enter easily.
I think that these are the answer! ;)
But I don't think that they would disvalue somebody's grave because he or she wasn't a Redwaller.
What?
I'm refurring to the part were you said "no ine can enter easy". I think that they would believe that all creatures are equill,  no matter were your from. That may sound a little weird when it comes to burying creatures, but hey. Though, I'm sure that the Redwalkers might care a little more for the passing of somebody who lived at Redwall. Just not so sure about the burying. They might have had a section that was for creatures that were previous Redwallers.
What I was meaning by that is that it is not at a spot where dibbuns could run, or people could just sit down at or where it can't be disturbed.
Oh, alright. Though, do you think that they would have enough room for something like that?
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Re: Graves.
« Reply #28 on: January 12, 2014, 01:59:15 AM »

Maybe they only buried the abbey members who were important (i.e. abbot, badgermum) in the main area so that people could see and remember (or in a special place like Martin's tomb), and all the others were buried somewhere else in the abbey.
A problem that I noticed thorought the Redwall series is that several creatures were buried in the lawns of Redwall Abbey. But, it happens quite a few times, especially towards the last books in the series, but it seems at times that there should be allot of graves, but none of them ever get noticed.   
Or maybe they ere at a part of the abbey where it as set part from the rest. Like an area that no one can enter easily.
I think that these are the answer! ;)
But I don't think that they would disvalue somebody's grave because he or she wasn't a Redwaller.
What?
I'm refurring to the part were you said "no ine can enter easy". I think that they would believe that all creatures are equill,  no matter were your from. That may sound a little weird when it comes to burying creatures, but hey. Though, I'm sure that the Redwalkers might care a little more for the passing of somebody who lived at Redwall. Just not so sure about the burying. They might have had a section that was for creatures that were previous Redwallers.
What I was meaning by that is that it is not at a spot where dibbuns could run, or people could just sit down at or where it can't be disturbed.
Oh, alright. Though, do you think that they would have enough room for something like that?
I would imagine that they had enough room.
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Re: Graves.
« Reply #29 on: January 12, 2014, 06:25:41 PM »

It should be big enough; abbeys are the size of small castles.
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