Hot Dog in the CityHot Dog in the City by WDisneyRP-Pocahontas
Once upon a time in a frightful land called Manhattan with giant monster huts, there lived the Jessica Rabbit of dogs called Georgette. Georgette was a very brave dog, because she was not afraid of the monster huts. However, Georgette hid a terrible secret, as did the rest of the people of Manhattan. Everything they did from cooking to making light at night was the result of enslaved spirits. To hide this fact, the people of Manhattan made up a bizarre concept called electricity. One day, Georgette was going on a walk in the park when she came upon a free spirit for the first time. She realized in that moment that spirits were supposed to be free and that it was wrong to enslave them. With that, Georgette went to the leader of Manhattan to demand the emancipation of all spirits everywhere. However, the leader of Manhattan refused to show himself in person. In fact, he made appearances in the form of a giant fire-ghost whenever someone demanded his presence. Well, Georgette found the gi
The Adventures of Dug the DauntlessThe Adventures of Dug the Dauntless by WDisneyRP-Pocahontas
The Valley of the Squirrels
Once upon a time there was a dog named Dug with golden hair and a big wet nose. Dug was different from all the other dogs, except he wasn’t at all because he loved chasing squirrels. One day Dug heard his owner planning a day trip to a pretty forest. As his owner was looking at a map, he mumbled something about passing by ‘Squirrel Valley’ on the way, which immediately got Dug’s attention. Dug secretly followed his owner until they happened upon a valley full of nut trees. Dug came up to the first squirrel woman and demanded to be taken to the squirrel leader, threatening to lick her with a big sloppy tongue if she did not comply. The terrified squirreless obeyed and brought Dug to the squirrel leader, who sat upon a throne in the biggest tree in the center of the forest. Dug rolled the big fat squirrel king in mud and was crowned the new leader of Squirrel Valley. From that day forth, there was ever an oversupply of squirrels
The Exploits of Flynn RiderThe Exploits of Flynn Rider by WDisneyRP-Pocahontas
A Tale of Two Riders
Once upon a time, there was a funny man named Flynn Rider with hair on his face. When he was walking around in the woods one day looking for riches, he came upon an even funnier little man who made his face-hair disappear with a pink magical wand. Flynn was very upset with the funny little man and commanded him to restore his face-hair to its rightful place on his chin at once. Unfortunately, the little prankster refused and laughed at our poor hero. Flynn kept pestering him until he agreed to restore the face-hair under one condition, if Flynn could guess his name. Now Flynn Rider may have been funny-looking, but he was not an idiot. He went back home to Corona and purchased a truth serum from the witch doctor. He returned to the little man and stuffed it down his throat when he least expected it. "What is your name?" Flynn Rider demanded. The little man was forced to answer, "Rider Flynn," and Flynn Rider's facial hair was restored. Ever since that day, Fl
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My name is Amonute, but everyone still calls me by my childhood nickname Pocahontas. I was born in Werowocomoco, a village in Tsenacomoco - or Virginia. My father is Powhatan, Paramount Chief of many tribes near and far. My mother was Nonoma Winanuske from the Bear Clan. She grew sick and died when I was still a child. As a young girl, I met a group of strange people from another land who called themselves the English. A war nearly broke out between these settlers and my tribe, but luckily I had befriended one of them by the name of John Smith and together we were able to divert disaster. Unfortunately John Smith was injured and had to return to his homeland, London. Not long after, I was informed that he had died of his injuries. I didn't learn the truth until three or four years later, when I met him in London. It's a long story. If you have any questions for me about my life or adventures, feel free to ask.
Character Development Profile:
Aliases: Pocahontas, Poca, Pokie
Age: Young adult
Personality: Playful, but knows when to be serious
Abilities: Has a few shamanic powers, like being able to converse with spirits.
Habits: Climbing trees, exploring nature, swimming, etc.
Flaws: Can be too trusting and doesn't always obey her elders. She can also be a bit too curious at times.
Companion/Pet: Meeko the raccoon, Flit the hummingbird, and Percy the pug dog.
Similar Characters: Kida, Tiana, Esmeralda, etc.
Pocahontas likes Elsa and thinks she is pretty and awesome, but sometimes finds the queen to be too uptight and reserved. Pocahontas enjoys doing things to make Elsa loosen up, such as canoeing with her over waterfalls and going to mud baths.
Anna is definitely one of Pocahontas’s favorite people outside of her own forest-dwelling microcosm. She shares a spirit of adventure and spontaneity with Anna and greatly enjoys her company, especially since Anna is often willing to go along with Pocahontas’s crazy ideas.
Pocahontas is annoyed by Flynn Rider’s lazy and self-centered nature, although at times she often admires this. Like Pocahontas, Flynn is a free spirit and as this is the case, they often end up on fun adventures and misadventures together. Pocahontas recognizes how tempting it is to poke fun at Flynn and she is actively trying to avoid the temptation to do so in excess. Picking on Flynn has severely backfired on her on more than one occasion, and she is not keen to repeat past mistakes. Unfortunately, boredom has a habit of making her forget.
Pocahontas thinks Rapunzel is cute and spritely, and she enjoys hiding in her long hair. Pocahontas also likes the fact that Rapunzel is not very uptight, much like Anna, and likes doing things with her as part of group activities (e.g. Truth or Dare, etc.). They enjoy girl-time together, like when Rapunzel made Pocahontas a new dress.
Pocahontas really likes Quasi because he is easy to sneak up on and surprise. Contrary to what Quasi thinks, she does not think he is ugly. In fact, she does not even realize that he is deformed. Currently, she is under the impression that "hunchbacks" are a certain race of people from far away and that they are all supposed to look like that.
Pocahontas has a lot in common with Dug, as she much enjoys nature-related activities. She does think Dug is a bit reckless sometimes, but it amuses more so than annoys her. She also realizes that he is not too good at following directions, but she loves how obedient he is.
Pocahontas thinks this little guy is very funny. Knowing that he can read minds, she likes to think of gross things while he is around as a type of prank on him. However, this always backfires on her because he can rearrange her thoughts to bring out her fears. The last time led to her playing a prank on her innocent fiancé because Bill made her think that he had gossiped about her behind her back.
Pocahontas really has no idea why this toy bear can move or talk, and she doesn't particularly care. Pocahontas finds that he is a good individual to talk to whenever she is feeling bad about something. Duffy also gives great hugs, which is always a plus.
Pocahontas likes Belle for teaching her some French and also getting her interested in reading as a hobby. It was also thanks to Belle that Pocahontas came up with the idea of writing books for fun, which she has written several of at this point. She also enjoyed pestering Gaston with the help of Belle and the other girls.
John Smith is one of Pocahontas’s older friends, and the first white person she ever saw. They met when he came with other Englishmen to establish the Jamestown colony on the shores of Virginia. As it turned out, they ended up stopping a war between Pocahontas’s people and the settlers together. Pocahontas risked her life to save John’s, and John in turn risked his life to save Pocahontas’s father. It resulted in a serious injury that separated them for a long time. They were only recently reunited however, and have yet to go on any other adventures together. Perhaps in the near future...
Nakoma is Pocahontas's childhood friend, another Powhatan woman like herself. Nakoma is more serious in nature and serves to reign in Pocahontas's wild and sometimes reckless side. Despite the fact that they are both full grown women, they still often play together like they did in their childhood days.
Georgette is a pretty dog that spends her life going to dog shows and winning trophies. Pocahontas admires her and has at times tried to emulate her beautifying rituals only to realize that what works with dogs does not always work with humans. All in all Pocahontas likes Georgette, though she is suspicious that Georgette might be unwittingly involved in the enslavement of innocent spirits.
Oliver is the smallest cat Pocahontas has ever seen and she mistook him for a bobcat runt at first. However, she thinks he is adorable and likes to pet him and play with him. The first time he purred scared her because she did not understand why house cats can vibrate like that, and Flynn Rider led her to the belief that it meant they were about to explode. Whenever Oliver stops by, Pocahontas likes to attract his attention with a piece of dried fish.
When Pocahontas first met Simba, she thought he was a mighty cat-god. The largest cat she had ever known before meeting him was the mountain lion, which is quite a bit smaller and lacks a mane. However, thanks to Simba, Pocahontas has become more familiar with the exotic wildlife that is found in places outside of Virginia.
Pocahontas was suspicious about Merlin at first because when she first saw him, he was driving a loud scary motorcycle. However, she learned later that he is a kindly old wizard. He even helped her figure out how to raise a baby dragon, which she sent back to her tribe to guard them against the Massawomecks. As of right now, Merlin has her trust.
Pocahontas does not know this person very well. All she really knows about him is that he talks funny and she does not understand everything he says. He also seems to think that he is very strong, going as far to challenge Quasimodo to an arm wrestling match.
Pocahontas thinks King Candy is funny and she does not understand why Queen Elsa does not like him. Mainly, she does not know much about him except what she has seen with her own eyes. She is slightly concerned that he will whisk John Rolfe off to Sugar Rush when she is not looking, causing the English diplomat to get a sugar high from which he will never come down.
Pocahontas calls him "the evil spirit man" because of his voodoo practices. She finds him kind of annoying, particularly because of the one time that he turned her into a man by accident. He has not fully earned his way onto her list of enemies yet, but if he keeps up his startling random appearances he just might in the near future.
This strange-looking animal tried to eat Pocahontas and her friend Anna on one occasion when they were searching for a treasure in the woods of Arendelle, so Pocahontas does not like her much. She also thinks Shenzi has a dumb sense of humor, which does not help her opinion of the hyena.
: "I was sitting right here. I will go away, as nobody notices me." He slowly walked away to the Hulk theme.
: “Just start with your ABC's!”
: “Dug, wait!”
: “A is for acorn, which squirrels like to eat. B is for bacon, that comes from English meat. C is for cooking, like us Powhatan women do. D is for digging, when dogs look for something new!”
dances around to make learning fun for Dug.
: "...What are you doing?"
: “Teaching you the alphabet!”
: "Oh! Okay then!" He danced around too.
: “Um… is this human preschool?”
takes a big stick and makes a capital A in the dirt.
: "Repeat after me, A is for acorn!" She juggled three random acorns.
: "A is for Acorn!" “Which is a nut. Which is eaten by squirrels!"
: “Now make a biiiig A in the dirt with your paw! This is called a capital A. I'll explain what the capital part means later!”
simply made a paw print in the dirt.
: “Squirrels like to eat acorns, which begin with letter A, and put them up in tree holes every single day!” She looked at Dug’s work in the dirt. “Nice, try, but you gotta sorta scratch the dirt! Make a long line, like this." She used the stick to 'scratch' a single line in the dirt.
dragged his paw across the dirt and made a line.
: “Dug... that’s a line... or a minus symbol...”
: "It's artistic, I do believe actually."
: “Letters are like shapes, and they begin with single lines. A line is like what you see when two points are combined. It's actually much more simple, like you did with your paw, you just scratch the earth real straight like when you learn to draw!” She stepped back and looked at Dug’s work. “That's perfect, Dug! You're doing great!”
: “Keep a positive attitude, Georgette! Now let's see you try!”
: “Are you sure you want me to teach? You’re doing it pretty well…”
: “I was just demonstrating for your benefit, Georgette.”
: "I drew another one!" Dug called out, pointing to another straight line.
woke up and rolled onto his stomach, watching the trio. "What are you doing?"
: "Dug, wait..."
: “That's amazing! He learns so fast!”
: "You have one part done... See?"
: "I'm going to learn the alphabet! And yes, I have done the line.”
: “Dug, watch me...”
: finished the capital A.
blinked at the capital A for a moment and then put a paw print in the middle. "Yaaaaaaaay!"
: "Ooh, he added an accent."
: "An accent?"
: "That's a little advanced."
cocked an eyebrow and watched the dogs write a letter. He wondered how they were they even going to hold pencils. There was not dirt to write in everywhere.
: "Don't worry, we'll cover that in later lessons."
: "Well, I am rather advanced."
: “Anyway. I think the lesson is over for today. You did great, Dug. Georgette and I give you an A+ for enthusiasm. John says that means you did good."
: "What did I get?!"
: "How about a mincemeat pie?"
She pulls out the pie leftover from lunch.
: "THAT WOULD BE GOOD! YES!"
: “It's not hot so don't worry about burning your tongue this time.”
: “Dug... can you draw what I did? Ugh... my paws are getting dirty...”
looked down to the A and tilted his head gently to the side. "Hmmm... Probably not. But I could try to draw the A!"
gives Dug the pie and goes to climb a tree.
: "...Right after this pie." He bounced over to the pie and then starts to eat.
walked over to the two dogs and sat down besides them. "Why do you want to learn how to write?" he asked, mainly throwing Dug a curious look.
looked up to Flynn from his pie and then tilted his head gently to the side. "Huh? I do not know."
looked down from the tree. “Because it's fun and he can sing about squirrels.”
: "Everybody else can read and write. So I want to, too."
: “Yeah! Even better!”
: “Ugh... how am I supposed to teach Dug if you give him pie!”
: “Keep the lessons short, Georgette. Patience is key. That's how Mrs. and Mr. Whitaker taught me to write!”
laughed at Georgette’s comment. He did not honestly think Dug was capable of being taught anything.
: “He didn’t even accomplish drawing an A yet... How is that a lesson?”
: “He went from paw print to line. That is by definition progress.”
: “Sure, if your standards are minute...”
hangs upside down from the tree and grins at Georgette.
chuckled and patted Dug’s head. "That's more than he has accomplished in comparable amounts of time trying to do anything else.”