The sun rose in the valley the inayofuata day. kwa then, Viggo and his men had begun to once again make themselves at home. Some of the Crimson Pack had been put on border patrol, others were guarding the western Mbwa mwitu loups with some of Viggo’s men in the western area of the territory.
By midday, Robert arrived, along with some zaidi men and supplies from the base in the Northern Region. As the men began setting up, Robert approached Viggo.
"Well,” he said, “where are they?”
“Where do wewe think?” Viggo asked casually. “They’re gone.”
Back at the Western Pack, Viggo and Robert were enjoying some much needed and exceedingly rare free time. However, it wasn’t entirely for fun as Viggo felt the need to enhance Robert’s sense of strategy since his awali plan had failed so spectacularly. The siku was young, and the temperature was perfect for relaxing outside.
Viggo leaned back in his lawn chair, the strands of fur, manyoya on his mbwa mwitu pelt vest slightly blowing in the wind, his grey hair doing the same. The two Marafiki then began their game of chess, which had taken some convincing to get Robert...
“You know, it’s true what they say,” he said. “If wewe want something done right, wewe really have to do it yourself.”
Viggo’s men began chasing Humphrey and the others back into the forest.
“Accepting defeat is the most difficult, but necessary part of competition,” Viggo shouted after them.
Claudette tried to drive the humans back out, but at that moment zaidi humans arrived from the east while the Crimson Pack cut off their escape in the west, effectively trapping the entire pack within...
Humphrey woke up in a strange place. As he opened his eyes and looked around, he couldn’t figure out where he was. He couldn’t even remember how he had gotten here. The place was fairly large, but enclosed. There were various weird items sitting all around him and he was laying on something soft and fuzzy. Slowly, it all came back to him. It was a little less than a mwezi zamani when he, along with Kate, his pups, Garth, Lilly, Daria, Marcel, and Paddy had set out to find his parents.
After finding out they were dead, the group had learned that the valley had been taken over kwa the Rogue Wolves...
(Note: Before we get started, I need to say that right now, we're in the middle of switching out computers so I can't guarantee a new chapter every day.)
Part 1: The Beginning of the End Chapter 1: Humphrey's Return
No one could believe what they were seeing. Everyone stared in disbelief as Humphrey stood before them. It wasn’t possible. Humphrey was dead. He had been for seventeen years. But there he was, right before their eyes. And Stinky’s nose never lied.
However, it didn’t look like the Humphrey they remembered. He had multiple scars all over his body, all from kisu wounds. On his...
At last, it's here. The end of the story. And it's a big one. I'm in the middle of proofreading it now and it should start going up within the inayofuata month. No chapter descriptions this time to avoid spoilers.
Part 1: The Beginning of the End
Chapter 1: Humphrey's Return
Chapter 2: Wolfnapped
Chapter 3: Into the Walls of Fire
Chapter 4: "We're at War"
Chapter 5: Old Frenemies
Chapter 6: A Friendly Competition
Chapter 7: The Lost Tale (will be mgawanyiko, baidisha into parts because it's so long)
It was a warm summer’s siku in Jasper Park. It had been five months since Kate and Humphrey’s unexpected trip to Idaho and the union of the western and eastern packs. As a result, the two packs remained in their respective territories since there were too many Mbwa mwitu loups for them all to live in one area. Garth, however, had moved over into the Western Pack to live with Lilly in the tall grass.
There was a small group of Mbwa mwitu loups from both packs who disagreed greatly with the marriage of the two alphas and omegas. It was a group made up of about ten wolves, led kwa one calling himself King, who were...