Far out in the Montana mountains, there lay a navaho village next to the Jefferson River. This is where Naya Nuki lived until she was lead astray into the forest.
Deep into the forest, Naya Nuki encountered 3 grown men. A giant, a race she had never seen before, and a small bald man. Before she knew it she was stuffed in a bag by the men and was token away with 2 horses!
Naya woke up far from her mountains she lived by. And her area was colorful, not the black and white like home. She tried to get up, but she was tied to a tree. Over on the shore the "foreign natives" were eating and talking. Maya could not tell what they were saying, but she knew the boat they had would take her very very far. She had to escape, but she had to play out the bald man, the leader of the pack first.
Naya had an idea, she called out to the bald man. The bald man came up the hill. "What do you want little hobbit?!" He said. "I want to challenge you to a horse race, no saddles, first to fall off loses. If I fall, I stay, if you fall, you free me." Naya replied bravely. The man, Vizzini, laughed and said, "Alright pipsqueak, you found a weakness of mine, and that is to take a challenge! But your my shrimp! I get to tie your leg to the horse, and if you fall or do anything vacuous, your leg will have an adverse time!" Naya knew he wouldn't let her go either way, so she had a plan that was not "vacuous".
They loaded up onto the horses. vizzini's other henchmen counted down to one. "GO!" They said. Naya had watched her people ride horses and hunt the buffalo. Naya kicked the side of the horse hard and it sped ahead. But Vizzini was close behind. As we got closer to the race, Vizzini shot his hand out to grab the rope on Naya's leg! She turned the horse in time for him to miss. She was starting to lose her balance, but they had made it to the shoreline. puddles scattered the shore, so with all her might Naya almost threw her horse down on Vizzini's horse, leading him into a great puddle, and the horse slipping along with Vizzini. Naya took her horse and rode off to the mountains back home.