|SW3: Aladdin Adventure
Author: MWolfL PM
Harry this time is teamed up with Aladdin, while Miranda is teamed up with Jasmine. Can they and the team, with the help of a couple genies, stop Jafar and his wolf from taking over Agrabah?Rated: Fiction K+ - English - Adventure/Romance - & Aladdin - Chapters: 16 - Words: 44,371 - Reviews: 6 - Favs: 1 - Published: 05-02-12 - Status: Complete - id: 8080280
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Back at our resting spot, the team and the other Superwolves and I had just gotten out of Rip Claw…when a new portal sucked Harry and Ron W away! The rest of us hopped back into Rip and drove into the portal…
…And landed in a desert at nighttime. Hermione and the team and I were wondering which direction to take – you know how deserts can look the same in all directions – when the communicator on Rip turned on and an image of Boss appeared.
"Follow the voice." He said.
"What voice?" I retorted.
"Bye." Boss said with a smile as the communicator turned off.
"Oh no you don't! Come back here you…."
Oh I come from a land, from a faraway place
Where the caravan camels roam
Where it's flat and intense
And the heat is immense
It's barbaric, but hey, it's home
Before driving toward the voice, I shrugged to the rest of the team and they shrugged back. Confused, I turned the communicator on and contacted Boss.
"So who exactly are we meeting?" I asked.
He just smirked and stayed silent for a while, then….
"Bye." He smiled, turning the communicator off.
"Oh no, you come back here…Boss? Hello? Boss?" I said, trying to get him back on.
When the wind's from the east
And the sun's from the west
And the sand in the glass is right
Come on down
Stop on by
Hop a carpet and fly
To another Arabian night
"Uh Miranda." Mickey said, pointing past me.
"What?" I turned to him.
We all soon found out what: we careened off a hill and fell over a village wall! Hermione and the team and I screamed during the fall, but since Rip is crash proof we landed without any casualties.
Like Arabian days
More often than not
Are hotter than hot
In a lot of good ways
Realizing that we were in Arabia, we drove through the village. Looking around, we noticed that the villagers didn't notice us at all.
"Fire-eater!" Jackie suddenly cried.
"Hit the deck!" I ordered.
The team and I ducked down as we went in front of a fire-eater – a person who eats fire, then breathes it back out, for entertainment. After we went past him we were very confused: we did not feel the heat of the fire at all! Looking back, we realized that we not only went past the fire-eater, but through a wall as well!
"We're ghosts again!" Mickey realized.
"Hey look!" Stitch said, pointing to our left.
Coming down a side street was the owner of the voice: a midget riding a camel.
'Neath Arabian moons
A fool off his guard
Can fall and fall hard
Out there on the dunes
As he finished singing, the camel collapsed from exhaustion and the midget slid down the camel's neck.
"Ah, shalom and good evening to you worthy friends," The midget said. "Please, please come closer…"
Hermione and the team and I, still in Rip, did but we didn't go more than a few inches before he stopped us.
"…Too close, a little too close, there."
What was really confusing was the way he looked when he said it. It looked as if he was behind a glass wall, but when I tested the area with my arm there was nothing there!
"Welcome to Agrabah, city of mystery, of enchantment…" The midget said, striking a match and then hugging his camel's head. "Of the finest merchandise this side of town on sale today! Come on down!"
The midget quickly tossed his pack off the camel and popped into stand of various knick-knacks. The team and I now knew that the stranger was a merchant – although he quickly proved to be more like a door-to-door salesman.
"Look at this, combination hookah and coffee maker also makes julienne fries," The merchant continued as he tapped the device he had in his hand on the counter. "Will not break, will not…it broke." He muttered, tossing the device aside before picking up something else. "Oh look at this, I have never seen one of these intact before." The merchant picked up a white box.
"A box?" Sheen scoffed.
"This is the famous Dead Sea Tupperware." The merchant corrected.
He then did a raspberry while lifting the lid of the box. Most of us were unimpressed, since we knew he was trying to fool us into thinking that the vacuum-seal part of the lid still worked. The rest of the team were just confused since they didn't know about tupperware.
"Ah, still good." The merchant chuckled.
That was it, we started to leave. Geez and I thought solicitors were annoying on the phone. At least you can hang up on them.
"Wait don't go!" The merchant said, catching up with us and causing us to stop. "I can see you're only interested in the exceptionally rare, I think you would be most rewarded to consider…this!"
He revealed a lamp from the inside of his robes. An oil lamp, not the kind you'd find a lightbulb in.
"Bronze." I scoffed, recognizing the smell.
"Do not be fooled by its commonplace appearance," The merchant warned. "Like so many things it's not what is outside, but what is inside that counts."
Well that works for living creatures, but not always for objects...especially when someone is trying to sell the object to you. Hermione and the team and I started to leave again, obviously not interested.
"This is no ordinary lamp!" The merchant cried, running after us again.
This caused Rip to stop so suddenly that Hermione and the team and I accidentally bumped our heads. While some of us were moaning and rubbing our heads the rest of us were frowning at the merchant.
"It once changed the course of a young man's life." The merchant continued, not even bothering to apologize. "A young lad who, like this lamp, was more than what he seemed…a diamond in the rough."
"Oh really?" I said sarcastically.
I then grabbed him by the front of his robe. None of us noticed him sprinkling something from the lamp onto the ground….
"So tell us bub, what happened to Ron and HARRRRYYYYYY?" I cried as Rip shot into the air!
Hermione and the team screamed as we started spinning through the air! Rip then suddenly landed on a roof.
"Okay that's it!" Hermione said, running back toward the alley where the merchant was. "I am going to fold you six ways and…whoa!"
She had jumped off the roof, but then she had to stop and turn around so that she could grab the edge of the building. Succeeding, she clung to the top as she climbed back onto the roof.
"He's gone!" She explained.
The team went over and saw with shock that not only the merchant but also the camel vanished without a trace! A scream broke their confused trance and they turned back around.
"MIRANDA!" Hermione and the team cried, running towards me.
I was glowing in different places! It almost looked as if I was going to explode! But, with a final scream, I instead vanished in a flash of light!