UNPFF Chapter 8Chapter 8UNPFF Chapter 83 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Kowalski explained his nightmare to Skipper as they both sat in the tree. Skipper tilted his head. "That's it?" He asked. "That's why you hid in a tree?"
"Not completely," Kowalski answered. "I just needed some time to think. The dream reminded me of something."
"Oh," Skipper replied. "I'm still not hearing you."
Kowalski sighed, frustrated. "I'm going to have to tell you sooner or later, aren't I?"
"Tell me what?"
Kowalski sighed again, pressing one flipper to his forehead. "I I, well, found a cure, if you could call it that."
"Great!" Skipper answered. "Well, what are we waiting for? let's get to it-" He stopped short when he noticed Kowalski still looking crestfallen. "There's more to it?"
Kowalski nodded. "I ran some tests the other day. It appears whatever's inside Private is using him like firewood. It's slowly burning him on the inside. It looks like that, if we let it alone long enough, it'll die off when " He trailed off. "But, there is one way we can
U.P.F.F. Ch. 5Chapter 5U.P.F.F. Ch. 53 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
As usual, No Slash involved. Thank you
Skipper was an early riser that morning. He couldn't think at all, of course, until he had his daily morning coffee. He sat at the table, anticipating the appliance brewing the beverage to be done, he practically face-planted the table top. What an awful night, constantly waking up with that twinge. Not to mention the periodic nightmares. He covered his eyes with one flipper.
"Skipper?" a gravelly voice penetrated his ears. If he had looked up, he would have seen Rico stretching tiredly, confused as to why Skipper was up so early. Rico had a way of knowing when things were wrong. Well, his teammates had always wondered if the heavy-set penguin had a sixth sense to make up for his lack of speech. Rico stared at his leader from across the main room. Skipper finally looked over at him sluggishly. "Can't you see I'm waiting for my coffee?"
Rico approached him, making face something like concern; hard to tell with Rico. The coffee
UNPFF Chapter 6 AN: No Slash. Sorry if it looks like its is.UNPFF Chapter 63 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Kowalski slammed his head on the table. Nothing was working! Nothing!
He folded his flippers over his head. He couldn't lose his nerve. He wouldn't.
He straightened. The clock was ticking. There was no time to panic. The weight of a team member rested on shoulders or rather lack of shoulders.
Kowalski was out of ideas, and was now just sitting helplessly. Though, he did make a well-stressed mental note to never let anyone in the lab unless completely necessary ever again.
He had a deep down feeling that the answer was in plain sight, but his mind didn't work like that.
Oh, why did this have to happen? Why did it have to happen to Private? Private never did anything to deserve this.
Kowalski could seek out Private when he needed the occasional kind word or two. The young penguin also had a knack for making sure most things came to a happy ending. He had absolute loyalty to his comrades, an affectionate personality,
Un-named PoM FF Ch. 1It was a moderately warm afternoon in Central Park Zoo, one of those un-eventful days. The zoo had closed for the day and Alice had left. On those rare days when something didn't go unexpectedly wrong in a time-period of 22 minutes, the animals in the zoo took some time to themselves. The penguins where occupied with their own tasks.Un-named PoM FF Ch. 13 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Skipper, for probably the millionth time, was taking a walk; more for the purpose of triple-checking the perimeter of the zoo, rather than leisure. Days like this were too quiet for the paranoid penguin. Bored out of his mind, Rico was close behind his leader.
As expected, Private was absorbed in the Lunacorn show. He had missed the new episode from yesterday.
Kowalski had locked himself in his laboratory. He had hardly realized how long he had been working. His stomach started to growl irritably. Just one more thing, he thought to himself. Then I'll get a snack. Carefully, a cork in one flipper, a vile of a blue liquid in the ot
Un-named PoM FF Ch. 2 AN: One of the sappy and/or poorly-written chapters. No Slash here, but you may read how you please. I don't mind. EnjoyUn-named PoM FF Ch. 23 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
"Why am I moving into Kowalski's observation bunk?"
Skipper and Kowalski looked back at Private. Under one flipper, the young cadet held his pillow, and his toy unicorn under the other. He looked more like a child going to a sleepover.
"That's classified information, Private," Skipper retorted. Private was still clearly confused. "Aye-aye, Skippa. You're the boss," he shrugged.
The extra bunk in Kowalski's lab was there for the occasion one of the crewmembers fell horribly ill. They had hoped they would never have to use it. And now, here was Private; naïve, expendable Private, hoisting his things into the rectangular cavity in the wall. Finally, the penguin climbed into the bunk, looking down at the leader and his first mate. "Well, g'night Private," Skipper waddled out of the room; Kowalski behind him. The door shut, leaving Private in th
Camaraderie: ch. 13- Trouble has a cute smileI have returned from parts unknown! meaning I survived the hectic atmosphere of graduation anyway I am continuing this story and it is not near completion at all.Camaraderie: ch. 13- Trouble has a cute smile3 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
It had only been two weeks and Maya was already stirring up frenzy. She was hungry one minute, and tired the next. The lemurs were evidentially unprepared for the baby. Maurice was tired from taking care of Maya when Josie needed a break; Mort ran around, trying to touch the feet; Julien was scolded for taking her on the bouncy; and Josie was getting fewer minutes of sleep each day.
Rocky had gotten used to the zoo and decided to stay for a while. She loved Maya and always volunteered to help.
The boys mainly tried to avoid the crying baby.
In the weeks that followed, Maya was learning to crawl and got into more trouble than before.
"RINGTAIL!" Skipper yelled from his habitat.
Julien, who was sweating with anxiety, ran down and faced Skipper.
"Did you find her?" he asked, looking around franticall
Camaraderie: ch. 10- Madagascar againChapter 10Camaraderie: ch. 10- Madagascar again3 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Skipper leaned in closer to the others, "Stay quiet, nobody-"
"HELP! SKIPPA, WE'RE CAPTURED!" Private's scream echoed through the forest.
"Private!" Rico gasped loudly, he regurgitated a crowbar and threatened the hidden animals.
Kowalski hissed at him to be quiet, but it was too late. Sharpened wooden spears shot at them. A pair of hands grabbed Kowalski and he disappeared. A vine shot out and tied
Rico's beak and he was dragged away by different pair of hands.
"Stop!" Julien said, trying to preserve dignity. An arrow shot through his crown; he
shrieked and hid behind Skipper.
"Alright spear-holding ringtails, we don't want any trouble." Skipper tried to reason, he was answered by a sharp rock narrowly missing his head. "Forget reason, I'm about to show you why they call me the king of brute force."
There was a whisper among the trees. Julien squealed as a pair of strong hands grabbed him. Skipper stood in fighting stance.
"No need." A tough looking gray lemur said, "We'll
UNPFF Chapter 9Chapter 9UNPFF Chapter 93 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
The four of the penguins barely slept; their minds were occupied with a matter of the same nature. Kowalski lay in his bunk, all thoughts mushed together and unorganized in his brain. For the first time a in a while, he wasn't thinking about anything. His mind had practically shut down.
Skipper, on the contrary, had too many thoughts circulating through his head. For a while, he wracked his brain on what to do. If Kowalski wouldn't find a way to fix everything AND keep them all alive, maybe he could. He wasn't about to start panicking now, or ever. The ever-present twinge had now turned into something like pure frustration.
Rico gave up on masking his thoughts with his psychopath nature. He was thinking similar to Skipper now. Though, he wasn't the one to come up with a strategy. His job was brute force. Brute force wasn't going to help here.
Private was in a series of short, fitful sleeps and waking up with his mind whirling as he tried to take in just what was going on. At
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The two penguins hurled themselves at the 6 inch metal door. No use making a dent in that, but they were trying anyway. Private gave the barrier another good swat before stopping to catch his breath. His companion, Kowalski, hit the door again like a bullet to no avail. "Come on, Private," he panted. "We can't stop. We're close, I can feel it!" Another slam echoed as Kowalski bounded off the opposite wall and smashed into the door.
"I'll -gasp- just be with you in a minute," Private replied, plopping down on the floor from exhaustion.
The duo had been snatched up and trapped by something in the black of night. They weren't sure of Rico's and Skipper's well being or why they were here, but they knew for certain they had to escape, and fast.
"You can't quit now," Kowalski chided. "The longer we wait, the more dangerous our situation will become!" He swung a hard kick to the door of their prison, still nothing. Every word Kowalski spoke was higher pi
UNPFF Chapter 10Chapter 10UNPFF Chapter 103 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Marlene shoved the food dish cover of the penguins' base aside and stuck her head down into the entrance. Rico saw her first, alerting Skipper. "Marlene," Skipper exclaimed. "Have you seen Private? He's gone AWOL!"
Marlene was startled by the urgency in his voice. "That's what I came here for," She answered. "Private's on my habitat's ledge. He's asleep and won't wake up."
"Oh no," Kowalski replied, appearing into Marlene's view. "Did you shake him?"
"Yes. I tried everything!" She gulped. "I'm not even sure he's breathing. He was burning hot for some reason. What did you guys do to him?"
"He must be having another episode. It might be the last," There was shaky fear in Kowalski's voice. "Skipper, it's now or never."
"What's now or never?" Marlene sounded frustrated. "What is going on?"
The three penguins ignored her again, bursting from the entrance. Skipper stopped to address Marlene. "Follow us."
Marlene hurried along. Private was still
U.N.P.F.F. Chapter 7 AN: No SlashU.N.P.F.F. Chapter 73 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
"What do you mean he can't talk?"
Kowalski peered down Private's throat. Private had a frightened expression on his face, not sure anymore if he was more afraid of not being able to speak or Skipper looking like he was about to strangle Kowalski.
"His throat is pretty inflamed," Kowalski answered Skipper, stopping short. "Can you breathe okay, Private?"
Private nodded as Kowalski let him close his wide-open beak. A twitch of relief flickered past Kowalski's face. "Good," he answered, handing Private a notepad and a purple crayon. "In the meantime you can communicate with this."
Private nodded again.
Skipper broke the awkward silence. "Uh, so, how are you today?"
Private smiled, holding a flipper up as a sort of "thumps up".
"Great. The zoo gates open at eight hundred hours. You'll need to make up for the time you've lost."
Private saluted, sucking in his gut. The young penguin's good attitude today made the other three relax a bit for the rest of the
Un-named PoM FF Ch. 4Chapter 4Un-named PoM FF Ch. 43 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
"We are too hard on him," Skipper muttered for the third time. "Weren't we?"
"Most likely," Kowalski answered. They stopped outside the fence of the penguin habitat.
They had been circling the habitat behind skippers lead at least eight times. Adding that to the few hours it took to get the fish back into the fridge (it was the day Alice "cleaned" the office), and the day was reaching it's end.
"Do you think we should talk to him?" Kowalski suggested. "He might be pretty heartbroken."
"And why would he be heartbroken?" Skipper snapped, almost as if he were paranoid of Kowalski's theory.
"Well, that fish was a gift. Taking it back was-"
"For his safety, and ours," Skipper interjected, not 100 percent sure of what he had just said. "I'm sure Private will understand."
"Ehff u saee so," Rico grunted. "Glad to see SOMEONE agrees," Skipper said, quick with a reply.
The three entered HQ. They were startled when they saw Private, his back to them and looking at a
Camaraderie: ch. 3- Ghosts of Kowalski's pastThis chapter will be told in Kowalski's point of view. Also, there is death in this chapter and a lot of shouting. The rest of the story will get a little more intense and DRAMATIC.Camaraderie: ch. 3- Ghosts of Kowalski's past3 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
"Okay, I was raised in a small animal populated area in outskirts of Bayfield, Wisconsin. I lived with my father who had escaped a polar bear and a few hunting humans in his old zoo. Thirteen years ago, four friends were separated. Thirteen years ago, I held my limp friend in my flippers. Thirteen years ago, I ran away from home, never looked back, and met Skipper. So here's what happened that summer to me, Nat, Emma, and I think his name was Izzy or Iggy. I'll call him Izzy. Here we go "
JUNE, THIRTEEN YEARS AGO...
"Whoa!" I dodged the pinecone thrown at me by my best friend, Emma.
The four of us were standing on our heads, trying to play a game that Emma invented. I was terrible at it.
"You're supposed to catch it with your feet." She laughed, wiggling her squirrel toes.
Blood rushed t
Camaraderie: ch. 4-Stunning eventsChapter 4Camaraderie: ch. 4-Stunning events3 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Nat smiled as she left Marlene's habitat. "Nice girl, I only wish Emma and Izzy were here."
She saw Skipper head back inside the HQ. Julien looked irritated from being told off by the penguin. Seeking a golden opportunity to annoy the lemur king again, Nat jumped on his throne.
"Um, excuse me?" a squeaky voice came from below.
Nat looked around and spotted Mort. "Hey there, how can I help you?"
"Miss Natalie, you can't sit on the throne." Mort said. To further agitate Julien, Nat said that Mort was the only one allowed to call her Natalie.
"Didn't he say that you can let me do what I want?" Nat said slyly.
"Well, yes." Mort looked confused; he was clearly trying to understand what was going on.
"Then you shouldn't say I can't sit here when you were told to do my bidding." Nat chuckled.
At that moment, Julien came up to the throne.
"Off the royal throne." He ordered.
"No." Nat said simply.
"No? Listen here, I am king and that is my throne. Are you understanding perfectly now?"
Camaraderie: ch. 7-The EscapeChapter 7Camaraderie: ch. 7-The Escape3 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Private stood on Julien's cage, looking around. He spotted something below his feet; it was a coarse, white penguin feather. He sniffed it; it smelled like fish and explosives.
Private looked up, the vent had a visible dent in it and he was sure that it wasn't he who did it.
Can it be? He thought, staring up. He wasn't even distracted by the footsteps of Josie entering cautiously.
Julien gasped as Josie came in. "Josie, you're okay!"
"SHH!" Josie pressed a paw to his mouth.
Marlene watched Private curiously, "Private, what are you doing?" She asked.
He didn't answer, but leapt down and examined the feathers on the ground. "They're identical " he whispered to himself, staring from the feathers on the ground to the one on his flipper."
Back in the laboratory, Kowalski was tinkering with the water they were given. He set out a cup and there was a bubbling noise that went unnoticed by Simon. "Boy, I'm thirsty!" Kowalski said, turning around and taking a gulp of water from th
Camaraderie: ch. 11- Siblings reunitedChapter 11Camaraderie: ch. 11- Siblings reunited3 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
The sun peeked innocently through the trees and the birds chirped to each other. Private yawned and stretched. He kept his eyes shut, imagining that he was back at the zoo and Alice was about to throw fish at them and Skipper was going to order them up top for training.
Skipper's voice did come, but it wasn't for breakfast, "Good, were all awake, the sooner we get going, the sooner we can find Rocky and get out of here."
Private opened his eyes and sighed. "Aye-aye, Skippa."
Rico jumped out of the tree to their left and shook his head; Kowalski jumped down from the right tree and shook his head too.
"We're not being followed." Kowalski said.
Julien felt relieved, "Maybe they are too chicken to be exploring new places." He laughed.
Mort started sniffing, "FOOOD!"
"No Mort, not the fe- wait, did you say food?" Julien asked.
Mort jumped to his feet, "Mort smells pie!" he squealed, running through the trees.
Skipper groaned, "After him!"
Julien and the penguins raced after Mort.
Un-named PoM FF Ch. 3 AN: Somethings may not be accurate to the show. Sorry about that. EnjoyUn-named PoM FF Ch. 33 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Kowalski jerked awake at the shout of his officer. Private still slept. Skipper shot Kowalski a confused and irritated look. Kowalski smiled awkwardly. "Eh heh, good morning Skipper, sleep well?"
"Like a baby. What happened here?"
Kowalski nudged Private a few times. Private blinked, yawning. "Five more minutes " the young penguin murmured, snuggling deeper into Kowalski's feathers.
"Negatory. Let's move. Morning exercises are in ten minutes."
Kowalski pushed Private away, trying to jolt him awake one more time. He stood up, brushing himself off.
Skipper suddenly plugged his nose. "What's with the bucket?"
"I-I can explain all of this," Kowalski prodded. "See, Private started vomiting so-so I got him a bucket and then he wouldn't get back into bed, a-and then he-"
"I don't need an explanation right now," Skipper interrupted, snapping up one flipper. "What I need is my
Camaraderie: ch. 8- The month that followedChapter 8Camaraderie: ch. 8- The month that followed3 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
One month ago, my best friend was taken from me yet again. Nat left for Hoboken and Skipper ordered me not to go after her. He doesn't realize how hard that is for me to simply forget about her. News stories popped up about the explosions, but none of them were close to the truth. The humans thought that a boiler had been left on and exploded; Skipper is satisfied with that explanation. Two days later, Julien immediately resumed being his annoying self; he seems quite happy without Nat around to mess with him. Mort seems to have forgotten about the events that occurred not so long ago. Maurice is trying to forget it all and Josie's become bigger; I think she might deliver any day now. Nothing much has happened, just the usual training. The only different thing is that Skipper keeps getting messages from the Antarcti-er never mind, it's classified.
"Kowalski, what are you doing?" Skipper called through the fishbowl entrance, "I said everyone up top for training."
Camaraderie: ch. 5- Solemn wordsChapter 5Camaraderie: ch. 5- Solemn words3 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
As soon as the zoo gates closed, Kowalski whipped out his abacus. "Hmm, there is a highly statistical improbability that Julien is the father of the baby. But there is a fifty-fifty chance of Josie or Natty being pregnant."
"Hold on, Alice could have been mistaken again." Skipper said; he shuddered at the mistake Alice had made about there being a female among the four penguins. "That being
said, let's go interrogate the spies."
Kowalski rolled his eyes and followed the other three to the lemur habitat.
Julien was about to question the girls when the penguins jumped up to the platform.
Nat dropped the mangoes she was juggling, "Hey Wally, Rico, British cutie, Flatty, Maurice, Mortopolis Chief Weirdo."
"Can I be captain paranoia?" Skipper asked, scoffing at her attitude, and then he snickered. "Mortopolis? What's that, a disease?"
"No-oo" Nat said, "It's my cute nickname for him. Maurice didn't want one, and I don't think Rico does either."
Skipper shook his head slowly.
Camaraderie: ch. 2- I know youChapter 2Camaraderie: ch. 2- I know you3 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
A dark brown lemur with white tail markings and chocolate brown eyes came out. She gave a big sigh, "FINALLY, I'm free!" she gasped, throwing herself on the leg of Julien's throne and hanging on for dear life.
Private was mesmerized, it was the lemur from his dream. She's beautiful, He thought.
"Who the deuce are you?" Skipper demanded. He did not want another Julien in this zoo.
She stood up and glared at the short, flat-headed penguin. "What's it to you, flat head?"
Skipper growled, but she stopped paying attention. Her eyes were now riveted to the tall penguin between the one with the Mohawk and scar, and the otter.
"W-Wally?" She said softly.
Kowalski knew her, but he- Wait; it couldn't be, is it?
"Natty?" He said. His blue eyes grew wide.
She squealed and hugged him, knocking Mort aside as she sped past.
"Oh Kowalski, I missed you."
"Same here. But Nat, how did you find this place?"
"I turned the other forty-eight states around first."
"Pardon, there are forty-nine other
Camaraderie: ch. 6- Captured!Chapter 6Camaraderie: ch. 6- Captured!3 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Private was falling, deeper and deeper into the darkness that pressed on his eyes. He felt something cold, and metallic. He realized that he was somewhere, cold and lonely.
Eyes still shut; Private's beak caught a horrid stench of dirt, blood, and poor hygiene.
He couldn't taste anything, so he let his fourth sense explore. He heard shuffling and a small chuckle. Mort whimpered from somewhere to his left, one of the guys groaned.
"Ow, my royal booty." It was Julien, he sounded closer than Mort.
"Private." A voice whispered, he opened his eyes and saw Josie on the left, through two sets of metal bars.
He finally stood and saw that they were in a dimly lit room, cages holding the lemurs, penguins and Marlene. The lemurs were awake and nervously picking at the bars, Josie clutched her stomach as if to make sure the baby wasn't harmed.
Private looked to the right; also in separate cages were the other penguins and Marlene.
Kowalski, who was on Private's immediate right, shook his
Camaraderie: ch. 1- New neighbors, odd feelngsChapter 1: new neighbors, odd feelingsCamaraderie: ch. 1- New neighbors, odd feelngs3 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Blowhole's base, unknown location, 2200 hours (10:00 pm.)
"I want to finish those pen-goo-ins once and for all." Blowhole announced to his agents, some of them standing in the shadows.
"I have a soldier who can destroy them." A short penguin with wild eyes grinned maniacally.
He was Koru, the most twisted and cruel penguin ever, he is a deranged psychopath who enjoys hurting others. He killed an entire town full of humans, just to capture one raccoon.
Blowhole considered him; he was one of the best agents the dolphin had. So Blowhole let Koru pick an agent.
Koru turned to a figure in the shadows, "Your mission, travel to Central Park Zoo and finish the enemy once and for all. Don't blow your cover; I want you to gain their trust and then STOMP ON THEM AND CRUSH THEM LIKE CHEAP CHEESE!!!!!" The other agents backed away slowly.
The animal hidden by the shadow nodded, wanting to protest, but knowing the penguin held a deadly threat over her head.
Camaraderie: ch. 12- Tugging at heartstringsChapter 12Camaraderie: ch. 12- Tugging at heartstrings3 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
"Good god," Skipper whispered.
"He's alive." Kowalski said.
"For now." Sasha cackled.
Skipper looked at her, she'd gone insane. Her fur was a mess, her crown was lopsided and leaves had fallen out, and her eyes had a wild look in them.
Rocky was stunned. "What the heck?"
"Just another day in the life of your brother, eh?" Skipper said. Rocky stifled a snicker.
Rico hacked up a chainsaw and laughed maniacally. Rocky gasped in amazement.
"Please let us leave." Private whimpered.
"Never!" Sasha said hysterically, spit flying from her mouth. She laughed again, sounding like a deranged hyena. "I want justice! I want to be in charge, ME!"
"Yup, she's insane." Rocky said, putting up her flippers in defense.
She ran up to Julien, dragging Mort behind her. The rest of the lemurs were watching from the trees.
"You have caused all my followers to abandon me!" she screamed into his face, "I only have Jin left!" she indicated a buff lemur who was flexing his muscles.
"I really don
Camaraderie: ch. 14- Maya and LittlefootNO! Marlene screamed in her head, she was lost in darkness but could hear heavy breathing. Why does this happen to me?Camaraderie: ch. 14- Maya and Littlefoot3 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
The baby slid from her grasp and landed with a small thump, staring at the feral beast in front of her. Maya shook and whimpered with fright, where was that lady who was coming to get her?
Feral Marlene growled and let out a roar, frightening Maya into loud sobs.
"MARLENE!" Skipper screamed, surrounded by the lemurs and penguins. "Leave her, it's me you want."
Feral Marlene roared again and grabbed Maya. Josie screamed, clutching her chest.
"DADA!" Maya screamed.
Julien gasped, "Daddy's coming!" he bolted after Marlene; the penguins and other lemurs chased after them.
Marlene dragged the struggling baby up a tree and sniffed her.
"Engh! Bajawoo!" Maya babbled. "Gmmchi! Dada pabu!"
"Marlene." Skipper said, jumping onto the branch, "Give me the baby."
Feral Marlene snarled at him, spotting the others surrounding her. She raised the baby above her head and j