S: Pythagoras and the Outlaws
FC: Pythagoras and the Outlaws
1: After saving Ms. Right from Jimmetry, Pythagoras enjoyed the elk and deer that stayed on his land.
2: But what Pythagoras didn't know was that an outlaw has begun stealing horses around town.
3: While Pythagoras was out by the river, Tron captured Tri and several horses from his land
4: Full of rage Pythagoras and a couple of his friends attempt to hunt down Tron
5: A simple slip up costs Tron his lead. And one of Pythagoras's friends, Clyde saw it. Pythagoras and his boys are on his fresh tracks.
6: Finally he came upon a giant wall that kept the horses locked up.
7: The wall was 45 feet high, so Pythagoras and his men galloped 45 feet away from the wall. Attaching his special rope to his friends trusty rope. Clyde slung the rope and it clinged to the walls upper post.
8: Pythagoras knew that the wall was 4 feet high and the
9: All of the horses scattered and they tramped Clyde. Then suddenly Pythagoras is blind sided by Tron and he is tackled to the ground. Tron gets a grip around Pythagoras's neck and began to squeeze. Finding his inner strength Pythagoras pulls his hand free and Clyde scrambled to his feet. Clyde quickly grabs Tron and slams him to the ground
10: Tron hits his head hard and Clyde ties him up. By that time the other guys planted dynamite and blasted the walls longest side, which was 90 feet long. Mounted on their horses they all wrangle the stole steeds. But Pythagoras was still upset. He hasn't seen Tri the entire time this was going on. As he mounts one of the stolen horses, Pythagoras and his friends ride back to town.
11: The sun began to set and Pythagoras was eager to get home. He stopped his horse and told Clyde he felt something. They heard something rumbling in the brush and out popped the head of Tri.
12: Full of excitement Pythagoras rode his stallion to Tri, The horse was very angry because the flames that come from his mane and hooves were blazing in the damp light.
13: He returned the horses and all his men went to their own ranch and began living wild. They did not accept reward, only honor. Pythagoras continued living life on his ranch. Trapping and tracking animals
14: the reward from the previous mission with Jimmetry, he bought some land that had a monsterous lake on it.
15: Pythagoras began looking over the frontier waiting for any outlaws and bandits to come through his part of the land. And when will more come through? He never knows..........