S: Pythagoras Meets the Indians
FC: Pythagoras meets the Indians
1: Pythagoras has been chasing outlaws since the age of 18. After settling down after his last journey, he thought his bounty hunting days were over.
2: But Pythagoras had to get back in the saddle after Socahtoa, an Indian girl went missing.
3: The tribe was very angry and upset. The indian chief went to Pythagoras and needed his help to find her.
4: Without hesitation Pythagoras agreed to help Howling Wolf find their tribes' princess.
5: Pythagoras and his friends rode a couple of hours to gather his horse, Tri.
6: Pythagoras and Howling Wolf began tracking foot prints near the indian's camp but they had no luck.
7: Howling Wolf departed and went on a Rampage in a near hideout for outlaws.
8: Destroying all the attack dogs and armed men, Howling wolf conquered the hideout.
9: Pythagoras finally caught up to Howling Wolf and saw the man made disaster. After being calmed down, Pythagoras and Howling Wolf slept in for the night.
10: Pythagoras set out early the next morning to get water from the creek with Howling Wolf.
11: As they gathered water for the horses Pythagoras looked down the creek to see three mounted men on top of the mountain.
13: Pythagoras and Howling wolf trailed them. The men forgot about the ravine and fell to their death.
14: In the distance Howling Wolf saw another hideout that was not being guarded. As they rode closer they heard cries for help. It was Sohcahtoa.
15: Jumping over the small fence, Pythagoras and Howling wolf took cover behind the broken wall.
16: After defeating their enemies, Both Pythagoras and Howling wolf went over the wall to save Sohcahtoa
19: Pythagoras knew the angle of the wall so he stood 12 feet away from it. He did not know how tall it was. Howling Wolf suggested him to use tangent to find it. After tying a knot in the rope Pythagoras finally discovered that the wall was 7 feet tall.
20: Sohcahtoa was so glad to be freed after days of being captured. Being reunited with Howling Wolf, they rode back home.
21: Suddenly a huge cougar came out of no where and killed Howling Wolf. Covered with fear, Pythagoras put the beast down and held a moment of silence for his fallen friend.
22: Sohcahtoa stepped away from Pythagoras and told him to watch. Gold sparkles flew around her and she faded away.
23: Pythagoras, still stunned, did not know what to do. He heard a gentle whisper that said "It's ok, go home....your journey is over."
24: After a long ride back to his ranch, Pythagoras went back to his life before being a bounty hunter.
25: Riding by the river at sunset Pythagoras ended his journey with his weapons in the case, and his saddle in the room.
26: The End