Appearing in "The White Stallion"
- White Wing (First appearance)
Synopsis for "The White Stallion"
While out collecting furs from his traps, Red Warrior is alerted to the approach of a bear. He catches the beast as it is killing his horse and slays the massive beast. Red Warrior returns home on foot and laments his loss to his father. Grey Eagle then tells Red Warrior of a great white stallion that is owned by no man and has skills that are beyond those of other horses. He tells Red Warrior that in order to see if he is worthy of such a horse he must go and visit a Native American elder named Ora-Tikwa who lives in the mountains a three-day journey away.
Traveling the three days to see Ora-Tikwa, Red Warrior is told about a great stallion living in the mountain region of Minawasse named Kanwai, the king of the stallions. Because Red Warrior treats the elder with respect and listens carefully, Ora-Tikwa tells hi where he might find Kanwai and attempt to tame the wild horse and make it his own.
Red Warrior travels up into the mountain and spots Kanwai and begins tracking the horse and after a day of tracking Red Warrior prays to Manitou to guide him in capturing Red Warrior. Finally, Red Warrior catches up with Kanwai and hops on the horses back. The horse tries to buck him off, but Red Warrior manages to stay on the horses back. When it tries to run off a cliff, he forces it down and forces it down, saving its life. Red Warrior has succeeded in taming the horse, and he renames it White Wing and rides the horse successfully back to his village.
Appearing in "Making of a Warrior"
Synopsis for "Making of a Warrior"
Red Warrior returns to the village and sees a young brave named Little Bear running away with the tribe teacher Dawn Star chasing after him. The boy gets away and Dawn Star tells Red Warrior how the boy refuses to learn her lessons as he aspires to be just like Red Warrior himself. The pair goes to see Nokomai who tells Red Warrior that he needs to teach the boy that it is important to learn his studies.
Red Warrior tracks down Little Bear and finds the boy trying to fish, with little success. Red Warrior then shows him how to fish, how to trap and shoot arrows, explaining that he was trained by Nokomai. This convinces Little Bear that his education is important. Little Bear, newly inspired goes back to his teachings, hoping to one day be as great as Red Warrior.
Appearing in "The Lone Rider"
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Synopsis for "The Lone Rider"
Appearing in "Flames of Death"
Synopsis for "Flames of Death"
During a hot and dry summer, the plains are at risk of catching fire. Out on a hunting party, Red Warrior notices how dry it is and worries about a grass fire affecting his village. He returns to his tribe and speaks to his father Grey Eagle, who tells him that some white men came and offered them money to relocate to a new area. Red Warrior realizes that the white men have come to buy the land so that they can mine it for the rich gold supply. He learns that the white men were not impressed with them declining the offer.
Red Warrior, upon his father's advice, goes to the nearby village to talk to the local sheriff. The sheriff agrees to go and round up the men who are responsible. An altercation breaks out at the local saloon and most of the outlaws are gunned down. Some of the outlaws escape and in order to get revenge against the Comanches, they start a grass fire. Red Warrior rushes back to his village and helps his people combat the fire by burning the grasses ahead of it in a controlled blaze and manage to stop it from advancing on their village, saving it from destruction. In an ironic twist, the outlaws ended up dying in the fire they themselves made.
Appearing in "Flaming Arrow and His Eagle's Talons"
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Synopsis for "Flaming Arrow and His Eagle's Talons"
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