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Superhuman World 2011 is a work of fiction. The characters herein and the commentary about them should not be considered "real".
WORLD JOURNAL MONTHLY
THE PERILS OF THE WOLF-WOMAN OF TENNESSEE!
The Wolf-Woman had escaped from Nashville. She'd swam rivers to run a wide circle through the forest. She'd made it near Hohenwald, Tennessee.
Everywhere there'd been hunters. There was no limit to hunting season now. Some had wounded her. She'd always been able to retreat, though. But now she was cornered!
A Government agent had cornered the Wolf-Woman. The agent was named Jo - and code-named "Super Wolf". But Jo had a secret. Whenever she changed shape from human, it was only closer to her natural Sasquatch form!
Jo had come to the outside world on a mission against a renegade Sasquatch years before. She'd made friends with human law enforcement then, and stayed on with them. They knew she could change shape to resemble a large furry creature with fangs and claws. People called it the Super Wolf. Jo groomed her fur to look more wolf-like. She had kept the Sasquatch secret.
Now, two Sasquatch elders had come to meet with Jo. Sasquatchi could move through the great North Woods and down the Big River when they had to. That brought the elders to the Tennessee River woods, where Jo was on the hunt.
Wolves and Sasquatchi both shun humans, but they don't fear each other. Sasquatchi had never tamed wolves. So the elders had come to watch her hunt for this wolf-woman.
The Wolf-Woman was fleeing men with guns. But unlike wolves, she could jump back with the claws of a wolf and the force of a full-grown human. She knocked their guns down and chased them away.
Jo the Sasquatch was hunting the Wolf-Woman. She'd found her prey and nearly isolated it.
But then a portal opened in the air. Through it came The Unicorn. He was a mighty stallion with a horn. His thoughts were obvious to the Sasquatchi...
The Unicorn likes virgins. He collects special virgins. The Wolf-Woman may lactate to feed the wolf-children of the wolves she runs with, but she's still a virgin! Neither wolf nor man will lay with her. But the Unicorn would.
The Unicorn has always brought virgin Earth females into his dream realm to mate with them. He has almost always killed them and their offspring so they will not be legend.
The Wolf-Woman had been with wolves and men who had stallion-character. But they did not lay with her; they all thought her weird. And they were good protectors. She had no reason to expect other from this new species. So she nuzzled up against the Unicorn.
The sasquatch elders said, "Jo, you alone of us are trained to fight the outside world. You have almost captured your prey. But another takes it from you. He means to violate her. What will you do?"
A portal opened behind The Unicorn. From it came a well-built naked man with one horn, and a large walking sea creature with one horn! The Unicorn made his thoughts obvious again... These are My Children. They will defend Me.
The Unicorn and his children were posturing. Jo the Sasquatch knew when creatures did that, because she knew humans. So she knew what to do. Before her enemies could react, Jo charged The Unicorn, and flipped him over by his horn! She stamped her foot on his neck, and bellowed. Next I Break His Horn!
The Unicorn bucked, hard. But the Sasquatch elders had already grabbed his hind legs. Sasquatchi move as one when one of them has declared a purpose. Jo the Sasquatch had declared that when she growled. And they knew how to immobilize prey. Sasquatchi ate meat; they knew how to hunt.
The Unicorn stuck Jo's head with his legs. She mostly blocked with her arms. What few blows hit, didn't hurt. Sasquatchi are bigger than horses, even big horses like The Unicorn. And she kept her foot on his neck.
Then the horned human lunged. Jo smacked his horn aside easily. But then the horned sea creature struck! Jo took a wound to her shoulder. But she smacked the creature aside.
The wolf-woman growled. She'd seen dominance fights over her before. She'd learned to express her preference when the time came. She lunged at the sasquatch's throat!
Jo the Sasquatch blocked the wolf-woman. But she stepped back against this assault plus the others from The Unicorn's children. This freed his neck.
The other Sasquatchi freed The Unicorn's legs. They said to Jo, "It is decided."
The Unicorn got up slowly, but dignified. He thought again... You who would fight Dream, fight now to survive your Earth.
Then he and his brood departed, with the Wolf-Woman.
The elders said to Jo, "He is just another who leads humans. Your prey was lost to him already. We do not win when we fight that. We will someday know whether we lose."
This story is in response to a High Concept Challenge of rac.arts.comics.creative, saying "Sasquatch - Unicorn War". It follows up on the adventures of the Wolf-Woman of Iowa in www.eilertech.com/stories/2010/cauldron.htm, "Cauldron". I have a reference to a super-werewolf working for the U.S. Gov at www.eilertech.com/stories/2007/socotra.htm . I also have unwritten stories about Sasquatchi, and I have a Dreamtime where magical creatures come from, including The Unicorn.
There must be some kind of special prize for me, because all this stuff is in continuity for my stories. That is to say, I don't need to make my story characters tell a story to accommodate either Sasquatchi or Unicorns.
I determined the outcome of this story by a simple rule. Now that this storyline has become the infamous Earth 2011, I take characters off the board instead of putting them on. (www.eilertech.com/stories/2004/politics.htm)
The Wolf-Woman of Iowa actually dates back to Superhuman World 1991. (She had villainous sponsors who called her "Wolven" then.) She had wrist-mounted mechanical claws that she knew how to extend and retract. (She wounded Ellipsis with those, back in the day.) Her claws might be important to her survival right now. Please insert a bit of claw terror in the "Cauldron" story where Summer fights the Wolf-Woman.
I've actually been to Hohenwald, Tennessee. I wrote the story so that nobody needs to care. But I will say, it's probably a place where hunters congregate. When I considered the probable route of a woodland creature who was fleeing Nashville, Hohenwald automatically qualified to host this story.
I'm still publishing 2011 stories in plain text. When I collect them onto web pages I'll decide what to do with them. Possibly I'll just keep them as is, and run them through a filter on my web site to make them look pretty. I find myself writing less to my own web pages and more to social media (such as RACC on good old Usenet) anyway.
Various characters in this fiction may have been created by various people. But absent claims from these people, all characters in this fiction and the phrase "Superhuman World 2011" are copyright © 2011 - 2015 by Eiler Technical Enterprises.