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Appearing in "The Great Spirit Speaks"

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  • Hanna and his gang

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Synopsis for "The Great Spirit Speaks"

As Red Warrior and some of his fellow Comanche braves head to the trading post at Tumbleweed City to trade their first. They are observed by Hanna and his gang who plot to murder the men at the trading post and rob it, as well as steal the pelts from the Comanches. The outlaws slay the men at the trading post. Red Warrior and his men arrive soon after and are fooled into thinking that they are legitimate traders. However, the outlaws soon show their true colors, murdering Red Warrior's braves and knocking the hero out and robbing them of their pelts and gold and make a clean getaway.

When Red Warrior awakens to find his warriors dead, he prays to Manitou to avenge the death of his people. Manitou hears Red Warrior's prayers and creates a raging storm to slow up Hanna and his men. As Hanna and his men ride through the storm, some of them drown in a flash blood. Soon, Hanna's greed gets the better of him and soon he guns down all of his minions until he is the only one death. Only when he is alone does Red Warrior catch up to Hanna and kills him with a bow and arrow, avenging his slain warriors.

Appearing in "Ordeal by Torture"

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Synopsis for "Ordeal by Torture"

Red Warrior and a band of Comanche braves return to their village to see that it has recently been attacked. Meeting with his father Grey Eagle that the tribe was attacked by some young Crow braves. While Red Warrior wants to counter attack right away, Grey Wolf preaches peace, saying that perhaps be they were reckless youths. Grey Eagle orders Red Warrior to go out to the Crow tribe with the pipe of peace and determine if the attack was the rash actions of the tribe or the work of the tribe itself.

As Red Warrior rides to the Crow tribe, the braves in question spot him and realize that they are going to get into trouble. They attack Red Warrior, smashing the peace pipe and knocking the hero out. They tie Red Warrior to some posts and torture him for a few days before setting him to fight against a mountain lion with only a knife. Red Warrior succeeds in slaying the mountain lion. Before the braves can attack him again, the Crow braves are stopped by their arriving elders who found the remains of the peace pipe. When it's explained that the braves were acting on their own and that the Crow people would punish them, peace is re-established between the Crow and Comanches.

Appearing in "Feud in the Forest"

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Synopsis for "Feud in the Forest"

Nature tale.

Appearing in "Jaws of Death"

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  • Rabid wolf

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Synopsis for "Jaws of Death"

Red Warrior is out claiming the pelts caught in his fur traps when he notices the pelts have been destroyed by a hungry wolf. The Comanche follows the wolf's trail and finds Watami the wolf pinned under a tree. Instead of slaying the wolf, Red Warrior frees it instead. When the beast does not attack him, Red Warrior believes that he has made a friend of the wolf and lets it live. When Red Warrior returns to his camp to inform his father, Grey Eagle tells his son that he acted very wisely.

Three days later, Red Warrior goes out to check his traps again. This time he is stalked by two rabid wolves. Before he has to deal with them, Red Warrior is surprised when Watami comes to his aid and slays the wolves. In the aftermath of the battle, Red Warrior thanks Watami for his help, and believes that the wolf's debt has been paid.

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