A story that takes the neurotic Jake Morgendorffer's self-declared war with Lawndale's local squirrel population to an extreme. These are almost always comedies of ludicrous content. Crossovers featuring famous cartoon squirrels are not uncommon. A list of various "official" squirrel appearances in Daria canon can be found in the Daria Character Database on Glitter Berries.
On related matters, see Steve.
- "The Almond Ninjas!" by Brother Grimace
- "Aw, Nuts" by Angelinhel, on Outpost Daria (via Wayback Machine)
- "Don't Wound What You Can't Kill," by thatLONERchick
- "Like Father, Like—" by The Angst Guy
- "Nuthouse" by The Angst Guy
- "Operation Nutblocker," by Brother Grimace on PPMB
- ""Rabid Rodent Warlords," by Huggy
- "Revenge: Best Served Cold, With a Schmear" by Decelaraptor on PPMB
- Unnamed ficlet by Brother Grimace on PPMB
Other Squirrel Stories
- "The Devil in Miss Morgendorffer" by Brother Grimace
- "Dial M for Magic" (Part 3) by LSauchelli (meeting with evil were-squirrels)
- "The Jake Morgendorffer Guide to Squirrel Terrorism," by cyde
- "One Season at a Time" by Wildgoose, part of the Submariner Series. A squirrel trapped in a Christmas tree leaps out and onto Nick, resulting in general Mystik Spiral mayhem.
- "A Path of Roses and Thorns," by Brother Grimace. A depressed Amy Barksdale feeds carrot sticks to a pair of squirrels on the grounds of Tennyson University and considers that they have a better love life than she does.
- "Scarlett" by The Angst Guy (see Phil the squirrel in Chapters Fourteen and Sixteen)
- "Sick, Sad Burbank" by Peter Guerin
- "Stacy Rowe, Seeker" by jtranser (on third page, scroll down to entry for May 14, 2007, "prep time frag" and subsequent entries)
- "Succession Crisis" by Richard Lobinske (see cameo appearance of the superhero Squirrel Lady (formerly Squirrel Girl) with Jake in a public service commercial)