Norman D. Otter expands Modo's alliance to include mammals
May 17, 2014
On the night of Guillermo Modo's historic ceremony to unite the lizards of Big Sur to protect the queen from snakes, a new charismatic character emerged. Embarking upon his nightly route to the edge of Fernwood Resort's campsite, a sophisticated British skunk by the name of Norman D. Otter mistakingly startled queen Kate.
"Go away!" the queen pleaded up at the bushy skunk.
"Oh, terribly sorry," Norman replied. When he realized he had just startled the great King of Lizards Guillermo Modo's guest, he quickly offered his sincerest of apologies.
Modo explained how the nature of his lizards ceremony was to protect the queen human Kate from the retched snakes that had been pestering her for years. Norman gladly offered the protection of the mammals and an alliance between the Lizards and Mammals would soon forge to protect the queen.
With a shot of Fernet from the queen, Norman politely tipped his cap, gave out a "jolly good," and scampered back into the forest to tell the other mammals about their newfound alliance.
Word spread throughout the forest that night and a peace treaty was reached between the lizards, mammals, and snakes. No longer would queen Kate of the humans need to fret about her conflicts with snakes, for the lizards and mammals' political clout had stymied the snakes' previous agendas.
Norman Desmond Otter would return the following evening to confirm the inter-kingdom progress, before retiring back to the forest for a dinner party. A true friend indeed.
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