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Zootopia Scenes and Shorts: 'Thick Wallet'
"Can I get you anything else?" the otter waitress asked as she returned to her guests' table at Skipper's Diner in Bunnyburrow.
Stu Hopps turned to his wife, who shook her head, and then looked across the table to Judy and Nick, Judy's partner at the ZPD, whom he and his wife were meeting for the first time. He looked back to the waitress. "No thank you, Marlene. Check, please."
Marlene left the check on the table and then went to see if her next table needed anything.
Better off now that he was earning honest money, Nick reached for the check, but Stu beat him to it. "No, no, let me pay," Stu said. "You're a guest here in Bunnyburrow."
"Thank you," Nick said. "But I owe you next time you're in Zootopia."
After calculating the tip in his head—easily, as he was good at multiplying—Stu took out his wallet.
Nick's eyes widened. "Now that's a thick wallet. If I had known there was that much money in carrot farming, I might have chosen a different path at age twelve."
The Zootopian Constitution.
In Howlington National Park, an elderly fox who leans on his walking cane, is holding the hand of a tod of preadolescence. They view many statues of famous mammals. Monuments to Zootopian heroes in the like. As the foxes approach a certain monument, the fox child sees that there are several statues of mammals standing side-by-side: A lion, a grizzly bear, a horse, a beaver a llama and a wolf. "Grampy Nick, who are they?" The young fox with green eyes wide and full of wonder inquired. Nick, the elderly fox looked at the statues and raising a paw to adjust his eyeglasses answered. "Why, they are the founding fathers of Zootopia, Zak my lad." Then the inquisitive tod stared at the writing on the large plaque just below the statues. The child then looked back up at his grandfather, "What did they do?" he asked. Nick looked thoughtfully at the statues then he cleared his throat and spoke. They all came together to write a list of principles, or
The Silent Hero Ch.2
Day before Graduation. 2011.
The world around Kevin did't seem to exist. He could see the other mammals walking down the halls, but to him there was no noise. There was only the silence in his head. He could see Allen coming around the corner ahead of him. Kevin put his earbuds in and cranked his music. He could feel Allen's presence. After a few seconds, Kevin found himself on the ground again. He picked himself up and gathered his things, and tried to ignore Allen, but as he was picking up his books, they were suddenly swatted out of his paws and they were back on the floor. He picked them up and tried to briskly walk away from Allen. Once he got away, he entered his last period and tried to find a seat in the back, away from everyone else. Once he found his seat and plopped down and closed his eyes, trying to escape the world around him, trying to get lost in the music.
The outside weather was gloomy, with dark clouds covering the
The Silent Hero Ch.1
Zootopia High school November 12th 2010. The day before Kevin's Birthday.
Kevin Slyy was 17 years old, almost 18. He walked down the hall of Zootopia High School (ZHS). Kevin wasn't exactly a popular kid. In fact, he was bullied a lot by his fellow classmates. One classmate in particular, was a rhino named Allen. Allen would give Kevin a hard time almost everyday. Teasing him, embarrassing him, and stealing his stuff. By now Kevin was kinda use to it. Going to his fourth period class Kevin saw Suzanne. Suzanne was a stunning and beautiful Vixen. It wasn't uncommon for foxes and coyotes to be together, but it was still somewhat taboo. Kevin felt his heart jump as she saw her talking with her friends. Kevin tried hard not to stare, but before he could look away, he was met by Allen who's stature overwhelmed Kevin's. The large rhino had a menacing smirk on his face as he looked down on Kevin with his arms crossed.
"Well, isn't it my favorite co
The Silent Hero.(Zootopia) Prologue.
"You think you're funny don't you? I promise you, this will be that last time you do that ever again." Frank slurred through his drunkenness as he began to hit Kevin's mother. Kevin held his four year old sister in the corner of the living room. He was curled in a ball with his sister, watching the horror of his mother being beat by their father. Violently, his father's hands stuck his mother. The sounds of her screams and yelps made Kevin wish he was in a different place. He wanted to be free of the madness that took place around him.
"Dumb, whore!" Kevin's father then grabbed a bottle and smashed it over Kevin's mother. Something snapped in Kevin. It was like all the beatings he had received almost all his life, made him fed up. Nine year old Kevin ran and began trying to hit and stop his drunken father. The drunken dog grabbed Kevin by his shirt and threw him into the wall, which left a hole where he had impacted. Frank turned to Kevin who was begin
Zootopia - Life of a trio - Chapter 17
Chapter Seventeen - Light
If Judy thought the Mark's improvement would stop in just getting out of the room and talking to her, she was greatly but happily mistaken: the macaque woke up roughly at the same hour the rest of her family did and he helped serve breakfast to the kits as they were being awaken by her parents. He had offered to do so and, while his smile did not entirely reach his eyes, he seemed to enjoy it. Maybe, Judy thought, the activity was serving Mark as a distraction to stop thinking about his mother so much, or maybe he finally had started to accept her passing, if last night's events were any indication. Whatever the reason, the bunny was glad that the monkey was feeling better.
At the memory of the previou
Zootopian Horror Story (Part 4)
The trail began to grow darker and darker around the fox and rabbit. A dark ominous overcast peered down at the couple through the bare tree branches and rumbles of thunder began to boom in the distance. The breeze around them began to pick up, causing both of them to squint as dust blew into their faces. They kept walking for a few more moments until they stopped dead in their tracks.
Dead in front of them stood a tall wooden gate, wrapped in old thick strands of cope covered in dry moss and grime. High above them on top of where the gate arched, a sign was presented to them, with a name engraved across it. Mammal's Temple. Beneath the name, Nick could vaguely make out a slogan that appeared to be latin. Obedite dominus. Judy whispered, frightened. "Clawhauser?" She kept her voice down as a precaution.
"Yep." Clawhauser replied, with a fearful sigh. "I see it." Now, it was time. Nick a
Sunderance - Chapter 9: Pluto and Proserpina
“Everything is fine, mom. I am in the city, I’m on the case and I’m safe…”
“You most certainly are not safe,” Stu’s voice and face blustered from the phone in her hand. She could all but see his blood pressure rising and released a slow sigh as he continued. “We saw the news! We know you were attacked, practically right off the train! And where were the ZPD? Nowhere near you, that’s where they were!”
“Yes, but we knew that already,” she commented when her father paused to take a breath, fixing a calm smile on her muzzle and keeping her ears erect. “That is why Nick is protecting me while I’m here. And if you were watching the news, I am sure you know that he is more than capable.”
She had known that the call wouldn’t be an easy one from the moment she had checked her phone and found sixteen
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Zootopia Scenes and Shorts: 'Partner'
Nick swallowed his last spoonful of blueberry ice cream. "OK, Carrots," he said as he sat with his partner inside Jumbeaux's Café, which was now serving mammals of all sizes and species, "I think it's time for me to tell you why I really asked you to come here."
"Besides it being our lunch break and we always eat together?" Judy licked a drip of strawberry ice cream that was running down her cone. "Hmm. Could it be that the twenty dollars I spent on that popsicle when we first met here has been eating away at you for a while, and you want to clear your conscience by treating me to a treat?"
Nick chuckled. "Twenty dollars?" He pointed his spoon at the bunny. "You are sly. It was only fifteen—you chose not to ask for change." He smiled. "But yes, that's part of the reason. But there's a little more."
"OK," Judy said. "What is it?"
"Well," Nick continued, "I know we've only known each other for a few months, but I think these have been the most exciting months of
Zootopia's The Mummy Chapter 3
CHAPTER 3: Race along the Riversides
"George Rambridge in 1865…" Judy's eyes read as they moved across the text of her book for what seemed like the fifteenth time since she had gone back to her room and changed into her nightgown. But as much she tried to put it out of her mind, her thoughts always seemed to return to a particular fox, which annoyed her to no end. "Oh for heavens sake! It wasn't that good of a kiss!" She thought out loud and slapped the book shut. Putting it aside and getting out of her chair, she went over and sat down in front of the mirror. Picking up a brush, she then used it to straighten the fur of her ears.
To rabbits, ear grooming is considered an important task, given that it's considered one of their most expressive body parts. There's a common misconception that rabbits are bad liars, as one can usually tell an animal's general mood based on whether their ears are held high and low. This is why many assume that it's more of a choir for anima
Zootopia - the Rabbiting ch.15
Chapter 15: Be Prepared
There was at least one thing that Nicholas Wilde wasn't, and that was a fool. He was sly, well mannered, a smooth talker and (as supported by his mother at least) handsome to a fault. He knew that the guys who were holding Judy hostage were going to be armed and plentiful; otherwise they wouldn't have bought an entire crack house, full of blank spots and ambush-worthy locations.
However, if there was another thing that Nicholas wasn't, it's an action hero. While he indisputably would go trough hell itself to make sure Judy or anyone else that he held close was safe, he also understood he was by no means a John Hambo or Clint Eequswood. Judy was often the one who'd handle those situations, he on the other hand had the skill of suavity, to get under a perp’s skin and know the inner workings of the street, because he'd knew it in and out. But now that Judy was missing, he would have to take a few steps that were a bit out of his character, and to do that;
Zootopia Scenes and Shorts: 'Discretion'
"Got one! Finally!" Judy said as she held the speed gun out the window of the cruiser. It had been a particularly slow day enforcing the speed limit—literally, as every driver had seemed to be obeying it. Until now.
"Come on, Carrots," Nick said. "Pulling someone over for going three miles an hour over the speed limit? This guy isn't exactly Flash."
"Would you rather we ask Bogo to put us on parking duty?"
Nick chuckled. There was nothing worse than parking duty. "The speeder it is!" he said as he pointed up the road. He put his sunglasses on.
Judy shifted the cruiser into drive and turned on the lights and siren. She drove about twice the speed limit to catch up.
No chase ensued; the driver of the yellow pickup truck pulled over upon seeing the cruiser in his rearview mirror. Just another routine traffic stop, it seemed. "Coming?" Judy asked her partner as she opened her door.
"Nah," he replied as he shook his head. "I don't think you need backup right next to you unless
The Wielders of the Zoot-Brush
I would like a short moment to tell you who I consider the greatest of the greats in this awesome fandom of ours. And those whose very craft and authority of colors in their brush strokes, shames me, and inspires me to be better. In the category of paint masters, these are the ones I personally deem worthy of your worship and absolute praise.
10: Skeletonguys and Ragdolls
The adorable hand behind the absolutely irresistible Violet Diaries comic series, starring one of Nick and Judy's now most famous lovechilds.
The greatest example of Birchly's talent I can provide is within his most popular creation: Zootopia - First Date.
In this he shows, not only his deftly skills at a polished work, but also at writing and scene construction.
How Nick Wilde Got Rejected From The Ranger Scouts
There was more to the basement of the Man Upstairs then just legos, there is also a city for mammals called Zootopia, it was the only city that's not made of legos and this is the story on how young Nick Wilde was rejected from joining the Junior Ranger Scouts. The Man Upstairs son Finn was playing with the Zootopia city as Nick was about to join the Junior Ranger Scouts even if he was the only predator in the troop. "Okay. Now raise your right paw, and deliver the oath." said one of the Junior Ranger Scout, Nick raised his right paw and said "I, Nicholas Wilde, promise to be brave, loyal, helpful and trustworthy." Back to the basement where Finn is playing with the Zootopia city, before he got the Junior Ranger Scouts into letting Nick join the Junior Ranger Scouts, the Man Upstairs walked down stairs to see what was the commotion. "What are you doing to my city that's not even lego?" said the Man Upstairs, He walked to the Junior Ranger Scout building and was not happy with the resul
Zootopia Scenes and Shorts: 'The Back'
"That's our cruiser on the left," Judy said as she walked with Nick in the parking lot of police vehicles next to the precinct. Chief Bogo had just assigned them to shut down a street racer in Savanna Central. "Ready for your first assignment as a Zootopia police officer?"
"Sure am, Carrots," Nick said. "Let's do this."
When they reached the back of the cruiser, Judy walked to the left to get in the driver's side. After she sat down, she turned to her partner, but he was not in the passenger seat. "Nick?"
She then heard the back hatch open and turned around. "Nick?" she said to him through the partition that usually separated the law enforcers from the lawbreakers. "Nick? What are you doing?"
It took her a second, but it came to her. She laughed. "Nick, get up here with me! You don't have to ride in the back of police cars anymore!"
Fox on the Run: Chapter 4
Chapter 4: Spitz
Judy sat quietly at her desk scrolling through arrest records. She peered at the screen closely, crossing off non-matches for this 'Spitz' character that Finnick mentioned. As her search turned up no leads thus far, her mind began to wander back to her conversation at Flake's. She had a team now, and that changed the nature of her investigation from the ground up.
Back at Flake's
Judy finished explaining everything she knew, sparing no details, even about their pillow-talk with Nick the night before. Once she finished, her coworkers looked at her hesitantly.
"I know it sounds far-fetched," Judy said. "But knowing Nick, this is exactly the kind of thing he would do."
"So let's say we catch them, then what?" Francine asked.
"Dart everyone within a ten-yard radius and bring them in for questioning?" Wolford suggested.
"We need to make contact with Nick first. If the bombs are already in the city, then arresting Pumar might just push his buyers to a
Zootopia Scenes and Shorts: 'The Police Academy'
Gazelle's latest hit began to play in Judy's pocket. Judy took out her smartphone and answered the call. "Hey, Nick! I was just thinking about you! How was your first day at the police academy?"
Nick sighed. "Much more difficult than I had expected. It was a real struggle to get through the day."
Judy recalled how hard her own first day at the academy had been. The drill instructor polar bear must not have thought Nick had what it took to be a cop either. "Don't let anything get you down, Nick. The first few days are the hardest. You have to stay strong."
"I don't know if I can. I'm thinking about coming home."
Judy was silent for a moment. It hurt her that her friend was having such a rough time. She wished she could be there with him. "No, don't do that," she said softly. "I know it's hard. But I believe in you."
Nick smiled. "Thanks, Carrots. That means a lot to me. But I just don't know if I can survive at a place that doesn't serve blueberries in the cafeteria."
"Wait. This is abo
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Fox on the Run: Chapter 3
Chapter 3: The Crafty Devil
Apparently roll call did not last much longer after she left the bullpen. Judy didn't make it past four strides into the lobby before hearing a familiar concerned voice call for her.
"Judy!" she heard Clawhauser say from behind her.
"Gotta go, Benny. Sorry," she said without turning. Judy was eager to start hunting down Nick and was not in the mood for any condolences from her coworkers. A moment later she felt Clawhauser's paw on her shoulder stop her abruptly. She turned around to find the chubby predator somehow right beside her.
"Woah," she breathed.
"Cheetah," he said, gesturing to himself. He leaned over and put his paws on his knees, speaking softly to her. "Listen Judy, I know what you're going to do and I want to talk to you." Judy frowned.
"You can't stop me Clawhauser," she said softly.
"I know. Please, just . . . here. Let me walk you to your cruiser," he said a bit apprehensively. He looked at her with a hopeful smile as they began to slo
As a Zootopia fan..
As I posted this last night on my YouTube channel, I think it's best if you guys watch it (especially to the fellow Zootopia fans out there).. With this being a follow-up to my first Zootopia ramble, just like the video and title explaining all I wanted to make the video after hearing the criticism from the Oscars aftermath.. Of course that's not the whole focus aspect. Anyways, just watch the video. I doubt people would see this video.. And I doubt they saw the first ramble video I made back in January.
Oh yeah, maybe watch the first video before watching the follow-up:
I know as it was uploaded to YouTube at the time, I did put this on my status updates. To this very day, I still hoped that people saw the video. But anyways yeah.. Feel welcome to ask me in the comments, agree or disagree with my opinions, and take my words. I'm sorry if this doesn't sound easy for the fandom (especially the fact that I'm putting this in some of the Zootopia groups).. Even if I were to deal with this
Zootopia Scenes and Shorts: 'Three Minutes'
"Nick! Nick! Thank God you're OK!" Clawhauser said as Nick entered the precinct after the morning's terrible shooting. "Tell me honestly—will Judy survive?"
Nick had a face like a soldier who had witnessed the wipeout of his entire squad. "I don't know," he said, his voice full of pain and worry. "She is in extremely critical condition. Two bullets got her in the abdomen just below her vest and another in the shoulder."
The cheetah sighed. "Poor Judy." A tear fell onto the donut he had lost his appetite for when he had first learned that Judy was down.
"How are things going with the interrogation?" Nick asked. "Did the accomplice give up any information about the gunman yet?"
Clawhauser shook his head. "Wolford, McHorn, and the chief himself all tried, but he isn't saying a word."
Nick clenched his paws. His blood began coursing with livid heat and his whole body throbbed. "Then I'm getting answers out of him myself. No one gets away with hurting Judy."
With that, Nick left the f
Zootopia's The Mummy Chapter 2
CHAPTER 2: Down the River
"Do you really think he's going to show up?" Judy asked her brother as they walked through the Cairo harbor, each of them carrying a filled-to-the-brim suitcase and heading towards the riverboat.
Shortly after the very near execution, the bunnies had gone over the whole business with Mr. Wilde, after which Jack had attended to the necessary arrangements that were now about to bring them on the path to their desired location.
"Undoubtedly," Jack replied. "He may be a fox, but I know his kind of character. He's not the kind of person to get his neck saved without repaying the favor."
Judy mad got a sour expression on her face.
"Well, personally I think he's filthy and rude… A complete savage!"
Despite having saved by her, Mr. Wilde had remained blunt and rude as they planned the trip three days ago. After that he had parted with them, saying that he needed to attend to a few things before traveling, and that he would see them as soon as it was ti
Sunderance - Chapter 8: King of Pride Rock
As the sun set behind the taller buildings in Savanna Central, the long shadows that crawled across the plaza were a welcome sight to him. Even though the expensive polarized sunglasses, designed to allow nocturnal mammals daytime functionality, allowed him to move about during the day with only a slight decrease in visual acuity, it still eased the stress on his eyes. When the cool of the deepening shadows combined with the light breeze, his ears perked a bit higher as a good deal of the itchiness left his pelt. Now he could see every corner of the square without the need to squint and allowed himself to relax marginally. There were no distant threats. No snipers on the rooftops, no approaching cars, aside from the one they were waiting for. If the plaza had been empty, he might have relaxed more completely but there were still a good number of mammals milling about.
Keeping his eyes open was required here more than most places. The soun