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Balto: Wolf's pride chapter 4: Wolf and apprenticeAs Aleu, Balto, Niju and his henchmen turned around, they saw an old gray wolf, standing there and saying: ''Niju, leave them alone. Now.''Balto: Wolf's pride chapter 4: Wolf and apprentice by DanTheCrazy
Niju began growling, but stopped as he said: ''Fine, Nava. Let it be for saving those disgraces. But when I become the leader, then you won't prevent me ever again.
He turned to Nuk, Yak, and Sumac and said: ''Come on, you three, let's get out of here!'' And they ran somewhere into the storm.
Nava turned towards the wolf-dogs and said: ''I'm sorry about that. He just cannot stand any of this.''
Aleu asked: ''Any of what?''
''Nava!'' A voice yelled from behind. ''I've got bad news!'' Nava turned, as the young, brown wolf with green eyes approached to them and asked him: ''What is it, Taku?''
''Two of them... abandoned us... and joined Niju...'' Taku said while trying to catch his breath.
''That's terrible.'' Nava said, disappointed.
''Why'd they do that?'' Balto asked, as Taku raised his head and looked towards Aleu and Balto.
It was the moment when
Balto's Inside Story: Chapter Four: Not aloneChapter 4: Not aloneBalto's Inside Story: Chapter Four: Not alone by DanTheCrazy
The year 1922 had come. Balto wasn't a pup anymore. He was three year old (21 year old in dog years) wolf-dog, still being taken care by Boris. Balto'd go to the town of Nome, trying to find some food. Sometimes he'd see Jenna, and that'd brighten him. Fortunately enough, Jenna's owner, a young red-haired girl named Rosy, also got used to him.
But, there mere more misfortunes than fortunes for him. He'd sometimes get into troubles with Steele and his henchmen, making fun of him. The other dogs showed hate and fear towards him. Even people began noticing him, and much to his misfortune, they weren't friendly towards him. Not even Rosy's parents.
At least Balto was happy that Jenna'd stand up for him in some of the situations with Steele.
One day, Balto was walking through the alley, trying to stay in the shadows and also trying to find some food. Then he notice
Hybrid of the Opera: Part 2: Chapter 1Hybrid of the Opera: Part 2: Chapter 1 by HydeCorner
Inspector Jean-Claude was sitting in his office, having gone over most the subsequent damages that were caused by the terrible chandelier accident. "Accident," as Monsieur Kaltag had put it, "simply an accident." True, this was no doubt plausible, as the chains from the chandelier are the only things that were holding up the massive object.
4 dogs dead, their bodies crushed and mangled, having no time whatsoever to avoid their impending demise. Jean-Claude realized that this could have been the work of faulty wiring or the wear and tear of the metal chains, but of course, his mind went straight to the Ghost.
The Ghost that was clearly making his reputation slowly tip over the mountainside, and almost down the drain. He knew better when he had investigated the accident, and despite having knowledge of the Ghost, his fellow officers were clearly not amused by his assumptions. A Ghost caused the accident! How absurd! Yet, they did he
Balto: Wolf's pride chapter 3: A new threatFew days passed, and the season of snowstorms began. Balto and Aleu tried to warm themselves on the abandoned boat as best as they could.Balto: Wolf's pride chapter 3: A new threat by DanTheCrazy
One night, Aleu was sitting on the deck of the boat and looking around. Suddenly, she spotted some wolves in the distance. Then she yelled: ''Papa! Come quick! You have to see this!''
Balto sprinted to the deck of the boat and asked: ''What is it, Aleu?'' Aleu pointed with her now towards the wolves in the distance and asked her father: ''Papa, is it normal to see wolves near Nome?''
Balto said: ''Well, yes. Wolves come near Nome during the winter, but they immediately leave and go to the wilderness.'' Aleu, relieved said: ''Well, there's nothing to worry about then.''
But as the nights passed, more wolves were appearing, and they weren't leaving for the wilderness yet. Balto and Aleu were getting more concerned.
One night, Aleu ran towards the boat deck to see if there were more wolves in the distance, but when she came there, she saw that somebody
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