This story contains sex between minor boys and teen-agers. If such things
offend you, or you are not at least 18 years of age, then please don't read
on. This story is not true, but who knows, maybe some day it will be.

Here is the chapter all of the TeenTales readers have been waiting for.
This is the first chapter that did not appear in TeenTales. I hope you
enjoy it.



by Douglas DD

Robert Charles and the Shkah he was with got into the building and set their
explosives. The explosives were used to make roads and trails in the
mountains if they needed them. Sometimes farmers used them to clear land of
large rock . But the Shkah stole the explosives for other reasons and this
was it.
They got inside the building. The Hakaan never locked their doors, and even
with Douglas's warning they were hardly guarding the building. They placed
two sets explosives in a hall close to the atmosphere machinery and to the
machine that made the energy field when it was needed. The other pair was
setting two sets of explosives outside the building. Robert Charles got out
of the door of the building first. He started up a path when he heard a
boy's voice behind him. For now they wanted to do some damage, but not
destroy the building.

"Robert Charles?"

Robert Charles turned and looked into the darkness. Between him and the
Shkah man was a boy. The man grabbed him and brought him up the trail.
When they were out of sight of the building they shined a flashlight on him.

"Well, look who's here. Hey Jordan, what's going on?"

"I'm so happy to see you. Can I go with you? Please? They all hate me."

"Oh really? Well, they aren't worth your while anyway. You just decided to
join the winning side, dude." He put is arm around Jordan and led him up
the hill to the their hiding place. The Shkah man followed closely behind
them. Robert Charles was happy. He had somebody he could now take control
of and show his power to.


The boys got to the building and went in through the front door. Douglas
split them up. Mike, Scooter, and Travis were to check outside and wait on
the side of the building that faced the cliff. He, Alex, and Stevie walked
around inside, not sure what they were going to find. Alex had one laser
rifle and Mike had the other.

Nobody stopped them from walking down the hall past the offices to where the
machinery was. When they got close to the machinery they met another hall.
Alex glanced down it and saw something.

"Douglas, look!"

Douglas looked down the hall. There were lights flashing..

"I don't remember seeing those before," Douglas said.

"Me either. Let's go take a look."

They walked down the hallway. Attached to the wall was a plastic device
with a red light blinking. There was a thick plastic case under it. They
could see another one lining the walls.

"What are they?" Douglas asked.

Stevie looked at it closely. "Shit! I think they're bombs. And I think
they're armed."

"Then let's get out of here!" Alex yelled. He and Stevie started taking

"We have to warn any workers on the other side where the machinery is,"
Douglas said.

Stevie and Alex stopped. "You're right," Alex said. "But let's hurry, this
place could go any time."

"Should we try disarming them?" Douglas asked.

"No way!" shouted Stevie as they ran into the machine room. "We might set
them off touching them. Let''s just get everybody warned and get out of

They ran into the machine room. There were just two workers there and the
boys started shouting, making explosion noises. They never thought that
they would need somebody who could speak the language. The workers looked
at the round eared boys like they were crazy. Douglas knew they would have
to act fast.

Outside the building Mike saw the blinking lights. And it didn't take long
for them to figure out what they were looking at.

"Damn, Douglas, Alex, and Stevie are in there. We have to warn them." Mike
didn't know that there were bombs armed inside the building too.

Mike and Scooter started into the building. Mike turned to Travis and
yelled, "Go back around to the front of the building and warn everybody to
get away from the front. We don't know how much is going to blow up!"

Travis took off running around the building while Mike and Scooter went
inside. The hall they were in went straight to some stairs, then down to
the machinery. As they headed into the machine room they heard shouting.
It was Douglas, Stevie, and Alex yelling at the workers. Mike and Scooter
knew right away what it was about.

Scooter yelled out in Hakaan, "The place is sabotaged with bombs. We have
to get out of here! Quick! Now!"

The two workers looked up the stairs and wondered what the hell Scooter was
yelling about. How could there be bombs in the building?


Robert Charles looked down at the lights of the building below him. Bazel
had two remotes. He handed them to Robert Charles. One was for outside the
building and the other was for inside. Robert Charles looked down at the
building. He know that by pushing the buttons he was going to change life
on Inferno a lot. He didn't know how though. The question was, which one
did he want to push first.

"You know that Douglas and some of those guys went inside there don't you?"
Jordan asked.

"They did? When?"

"Probably while we were going up the hill."

"So, do you think they are in there now?"

"Yeah. I'm sure they are," Jordan said.

Robert Charles got an evil grin. "Good," he said. He pointed the inside
remote at the building and pushed the red button just like he did with the


Mayor Andorn sat in the Governor's office. His face was red with anger.

"How dare you accuse me of treason! That is so ridiculous. I sent that
flyer to save some lives, including one Hakaanen boy!"

"I'm going to not press charges until after I beat you in the election. I
will make it an issue so everybody knows exactly what you did, but I don't
want anybody to think I'm going to have you arrested because you are running
against me."

"I did nothing to be arrested for."

"You ordered the flyer to get the round ears. In fact, you let the round
ears go into Shkah territory, which seems to be why they are so angry now.
If the Shkah come to battle with us it will be because you helped to anger
him. The Hakaan have not fought for hundreds of years, and now because you
would not leave them alone, we are going to have war in our peaceful valley
unless I can make the Shkah happy."

"And how do you plan on doing that?" the Mayor asked.

"By giving them everything they ask for."

"And what is it they want?"

"All of the round eared boys."


Robert Charles looked at the building waiting for it to blow, but nothing
happened. Nothing. The lights all burned down below him. He pushed the
button again, and still nothing happened. He looked at the charge on the
remote. It was full. He handed it to Vordkan. "You try it," he said
through Orzano. Vordkan pushed it the button and nothing happened for him
either. They pushed the button on the outside remote. Nothing happened
with it either.

Vordkan called to Bazel. Bazel pushed the buttons and said some things to
the other Shkah and then to Vordkan.

"He thinks we're out of range," Vordkan told Robert Charles. "This is a lot
farther away then we were from your shuttle craft."

Vordkan said something to Bazel and Arkron. They both nodded yes.

"We need to go down the hill," he told Robert Charles.

He started leading the way down. Bazel gave Robert Charles the remote. He,
Jordan, and Orzano followed Vordkan. Bazel followed the boys so he could
help them if they needed it. Plus, he still didn't totally trust Robert
Charles, especially now that he had another round ear with him.


Scooter finally started getting his point across. The workers headed toward
the exits with the boys following after them. It was time to get out and
get out fast.

Travis got to the front of the building and warned everybody to get back.
He didn't know how big the explosion would be. In his head he saw the whole
building blowing up. The boys ran away from the building. They got way
across the street and waited for something to happen.

Douglas, Alex, Scooter, and Stevie got away from the building and decided to
head in the direction that the path down the cliff was in. They wondered if
maybe they might see something or find someone. They went slowly up the
path not knowing what they would find around each turn.


Robert Charles and his group stepped of the path at a small clearing. He
could look down at the roof of the building. He took a remote and pushed
the button. He wasn't even sure which was which now. He was going to push
one then the other and see what happened.

He pushed the first one. There was a loud BOOM and the walls on one side of
the building blew up and out. A huge cloud of dust and debris blew into the
air. Bazel looked at what was happening. That was outside damage. Now he
looked at Robert Charles. It was time to push the button and damage the


The boys going up the path heard the explosion. They turned around and
watched the side of the building go up in flames and dust. They started
back up the path, went around a turn and saw Robert Charles on a flat spot
next to the trail. Mike's flashlight shone on him. He was aiming something
at the building down below. Alex lifted his laser rifle and aimed it
quickly at Robert Charles. He hit him in the shoulder sending the remote
flying out of his hand and down the side of the steep hill.

The four boys turned and took off down the trail. Vordkan was the first to
recover, and went after them. Robert Charles was holding his shoulder where
he got hit. Jordan followed after Vordkan. Bazel and Orzano went after
them. They followed the lights of the boys ahead of them.

When the boys got to the end of the trail they stopped and waited to see if
they were being followed. Vordkan came around the turn and Alex shot at him
and hit him, knocking him to the ground. Mike got Bazel next. Orzano
stopped and didn't come around the turn. None of the boys were sure who was
coming next, so they turned and ran toward the front of the building. The
cliff Robert Charles was on was right above them. Stevie saw the remote
that was dropped and picked it up. They all could see that the side of the
building was destroyed and in flames. At the front of the building they saw
the rest of the group across the street. Douglas breathed a huge sigh of
relief when he saw everybody was safe. Travis ran up to them.

"You guys are alive. I was so afraid you were inside the building when it
blew up," he said.

"We all made it out, but we need to get away from here. I don't know who is
following us. Let's head back to where we spent the night."

The boys ran down the street as they saw what they were sure were fire
trucks come up to the building.


The Governor and the Mayor heard the explosion. "What was that?" the
Governor asked.

"I think your troubles with the Shkah just started," the Mayor answered.

They looked out of the window and saw smoke coming from where the
terraforming building was. "Oh my God, it looks like the Environmental
Building is on fire!" the Governor exclaimed.

"What was it the Shkah told you about not having plans to attack us?" the
Mayor asked.

"There has to be an explanation. This had to be an accident. I'm going to
call the Chief Engineer now."

He got on the phone and the Mayor heard him talk an answer. Then he heard
the words, "A bomb! A bomb went off?" The Governor set the phone down and
looked at the Mayor.

"It was a bomb. The building was sabotaged. I have to call Arkron. I know
this is all a big mistake."

He picked up the phone and dialed a number.

"This is the Governor speaking. I wish to speak to
Arkron...............What do you mean he isn't there? I need to speak to
him now!.............................How dare you speak to me like that! Do
you understand who I am?...............Well, you tell your precious Leader
that when he come in the Governor wishes to speak to him immediately!" He
slammed the phone down.

"Who do those Shkah think they are? That was his number two man. He said
to me that Arkron will speak to me when he is good and ready. Who does he
think he is?"

"Did he admit to attacking the building?" the Mayor asked.

"No. He said that if the round eared boys are not turned over by tomorrow
the next attack won't be so easy on us. EASY!!! Our lives depend on that
building! How can this be easy?"

They Mayor told the Governor to calm down and asked him what he planned to

"Why, turn the round eared boys over to them, of course."

"They already tried killing two of them. Do you want all of their blood on
your hands?" the Mayor asked.

"It's them or us. I'm going to have them all rounded up now. And if you
warn them in any way, Andorn, I won't be so easy on you, election or no
election. Because that will be an out and out act of treason!"

He called his assistant in. "Find the round eared boys. Now. And lock
them up!"

The assistant left. The Mayor looked at the Governor. "Have you thought
about maybe fighting back?"

"With what? Our tiny police force? The Hakaanen don't fight anyway. The
round eared boys are nothing to us. I am willing to sacrifice them for

"And who will you sacrifice after them? Who will it be the next time the
Shkah ask for somebody? My son? My neighbors' sons and daughters? Control
of the valley to them? When will you draw the line against them?"

"Never, while I'm the Governor of they valley. We give them the round eared
boys and they will be happy. There will be no war and no battles. We don't
know how to fight a war anyway. Fighting is not in our blood."

The Mayor thought of the group of boys who, without giving it a second
thought, bravely went up against the Shkah and rescued two of their friends.
"It might not be in our blood, Governor. But I think I know who does have
it in their blood."


The boys were back to the hall where they were going to spend the night.
Douglas called a meeting.

"We got lucky," he said. He showed them the remote Robert Charles dropped.
"Stevie says this one hasn't been fired yet. This must have been for the
bombs inside the building."

They all wondered how much damage had been done by the bomb that went off.
They figured the Mayor would tell him when he got back from his meeting.
For now they wanted to discuss what happened.

"I can't believe Robert Charles is on their side," Jeremy said.

"I can," Alex said. "That didn't surprise me from the start. He not only
is a total asshole, he is totally evil. Shooting him in the balls was too
good for him."

"But what's worse is Jordan was with them," Mike said. "Why did he do that?
What did we do to him?"

"It's not what we did," Scooter said. "It's what we didn't do. We never
helped him feel a part of us. Now he's going after the attention he thinks
he deserves. We let him down. He needed us and we didn't come through."

Douglas knew that hearing what Scooter had to say hurt, but Scooter was
right. His talk with Jordan had been too little too late. Now Jordan had
gone back to his old buddy, Robert Charles.

"It was weird, those two Shkah coming down the trail with their lights on,
knowing we probably were at the bottom. It's like they had no idea what
they were doing," Alex was saying.

"I don't think they did," Douglas said. "Think about it. We grew up on vid
games, things like laser tag, even different sports. We learn the strategy
of war and fighting. They haven't learned any of that. They haven't
thought about wars for hundreds of years. Even the way they came down the
hill, picking the trail they were expected on. I just don't know why they
weren't seen."

"Maybe nobody took us seriously. It works both ways."

Suddenly the door to the room opened. Three Hakaan men came in and stood at
the door. One of them pulled out a piece of paper and read it.

"Under order of the Governor, the boys from the planet Errrrrtd are
restricted to this building and cannot leave for any reason without the
permission of the Governor of this planet."

Scooter translated it.

"Why? What have we done? What is his reason for this?" Douglas asked.

"What you have done it put Hakaan citizens close to war for the first time
in centuries. And for that you must pay."

"How have we done that?" Douglas demanded. "We've done nothing to deserve

"You caused the explosion in our Building of Life. Because you are here,
the Shkah attacked it. It was because you went into their territory and
attacked them that they came to get revenge on us. You broke the peace we
had between us."

Douglas's temper was rising up and everybody could see it. Careful, my
love, Scooter thought at him, don't make things worse. Watch your temper.

Douglas heard Scooter's thoughts but kept on going. "Because we attacked
the Shkah? They came after us. They almost killed my lover and they
kidnapped two of us and if we hadn't gone to rescue them, they would have
been killed too. And has for your building, we kept the most important part
from being destroyed by stopping the Shkah. How is it we are the bad guys

"The Shkah have a round ear helping them," one of the me said. "He is one
of you. Until all of you got here we got along with the Shkah. Now we are
close to war. The Shkah see this too. They have told us that if we turn
you all over to them there will be no more attacks."

"You're going to turn us over to the Shkah?" Douglas asked. "If you do they
will kill us."

"That isn't our concern. The Governor wishes only peace for the Hakaanen
and the big valley. You are the key to peace."

Douglas remembered his history lessons from school. He remembered learning
about the wars on Earth and how they started. And he knew that even though
the Shkah were new to this game of war that after they got what they wanted
there wouldn't be peace. The Shkah would only ask for more. He knew most
of the Hakaanen didn't feel the way the Governor did, but the Governor was
in charge right now. And he knew that the Governor was a coward. And he
knew the Shkah knew that as well and would keep pushing until they got what
they wanted. He was pretty sure that what they wanted was control of the big

One of the men noticed that Enghar, Prekan, and Bandar were in the room. He
called them over.

"You young ones must leave now. A wagon will be coming to pick them up in
the morning and take them to their new home."

Bandar looked at the man like he was crazy. "What new home?" he asked.
"Dooglass is right. If we give them to the Shkah, they will be killed."

"I don't believe that," the man said. "The Shkah are not that evil. They
will merely use them like they use the round eared boy they already have.
And even if they do, we will have peace and the valley and will keep our
Hakaan way of life. We cannot have war with the Shkah because we would
never be able to win it.

"Now, you must all leave."

Prekan started to obey like a good Hakaan boy, but he stopped when he
noticed that Enghar and Bandar hadn't moved. They stood staring at the
Hakaan man in front of them, who they knew was one of their few policemen.
Usually the biggest job for Hakaan policemen was keeping boys out of
mischief and finding stray vorts (something like a dog). They weren't used
to Hakaan boys not obeying their orders.

"I don't believe you heard me," the policeman said.

"We heard you," Bandar said. "We aren't leaving our friends. Douglas is
right when he said he save most of the Building of Life. The round ears
have shown us nothing but love and loyalty. Now we return that to them. We
aren't leaving."

"Mattoo is my love," Enghar said. "I won't leave him. Ever. For anything
or anyone."

Prekan wasn't sure what to do. He didn't know the Earth boys like Enghar
and Bandar did, but he wasn't about to turn his back on his friends.

"We'll see about this. You have to leave now!" he ordered.

Enghar walked over and put his arm around Matthew. Bandar but his arms
around Douglas and Alex. "We refuse," Bandar said. "We go where they go.
So if you turn them over to the Shkah, then you turn us over too."

"That won't happen," the policeman said. "We will be guarding the doors
until morning. Then a wagon will come to pick you up and deliver you to the

He walked out and closed the door.

Douglas and Alex hugged Bandar. Matthew hugged Enghar. And Prekan smiled
when Ryan and Travis came over and gave him a big hug. Prekan wasn't
totally sure what was going on, but he decided to follow Bandar. He didn't
know Enghar, but he did know Bandar. He liked the older boy and trusted
him. He didn't think Bandar would ever let him be hurt.

"Thank you, Bandar," Scooter said. "We love you. And we love you Enghar.
And you too, Prekan." Scooter hugged all three of them.

"It's going to work out. You'll see. The Shkah aren't going to end up with
us. My father won't allow it," Bandar said. "He will think of something."

The boys crawled into their beds and sleeping bags. Nobody went to sleep.
They were all nervous and hyper and needed release. And sex was their way
to do it. Scooter and Douglas. Brett and Jeremy. Travis and Ryan. Mike
and Alex. Jim and Stevie. Matthew and Enghar. For the first time
together, Prekan and Bandar. Once more Drake wanted to help make his twin
brother feel good, but Drew turned his back to him and refused. Drake
spooned up behind Drew, his hard dick on his brother's cheeks. He wished he
knew what to do about his brother. They were the first two to fall asleep.


In the early morning Arkron led the rest of his Shkah men down the trail.
He didn't even care if they were seen. What were the Hakaanen going to do?
They hardly had any weapons. He and all his men carried bows and arrows and
a lot of them had laser rifles. It was time to start the raids. He just
needed to wait for word on what was happening with the round eared boys.

Down in the town a wagon pulled up to the community center of the capital
city. Two men got out and walked in. One of them talked to the policeman
guarding the meeting room door. The policeman opened the door and let them
in. The boys were still asleep in their pairs, hugging and spooned and on
top of each other.

The man woke the boys up. "It's time for you to meet the Shkah," he said

"Let's see you make us go," Douglas said. "Because being dragged out is the
only way we will leave here." Douglas was going to say more when he saw
Bandar put his finger to his lips. Douglas stopped talking, but it wasn't
going to be for long.

"Go with him," Bandar said, with Scooter translating.

"What? I thought you were on our side!"

"Trust me."

Douglas stopped. He knew he could trust Bandar. He remembered on the hill
how for a moment he had doubted him. Then the flyer appeared, and it
explained all of Bandar's actions. He figured Bandar must have a good
reason for his behavior this time too.

Douglas nodded to the rest of the boys. They folded up their bags and
grabbed their backpacks. What they had on them was all the owned. Douglas
made sure Bandar could see the laser guns in the Alex's and Mike's packs.

They went to the wagon and were loaded in. The policemen were expecting
trouble and were surprised when they didn't get any. They didn't stop
Bandar, Enghar, and Prekan from getting in. They figured somebody would
take care of that later.

The wagon took off down the road and made a turn onto a main road.

"Douglas, both of these men work for my father."

"Hi, Douglas," the man who picked them up said. "The Governor needed a
couple of drivers. We volunteered," he said laughing. "We have a hiding
place for you. Nobody is going to harm you guys."

"And those policeman don't know you guys?" Scooter asked.

"Sure they do. But by the time they figure everything out, we'll be in


Arkron was at the rendezvous spot. He heard that the round eared boys had
been picked up. This was here they would be delivered. From here he would
take them so far out into the desert they would never make it back. He had
the feeling that only the round eared boys could defeat them. With them
gone then only he would have his own round ears. Now he had two of them.
And once he had used them they could go join their friends out in the
desert. He didn't think getting rid of the round ears would be this easy.
And as far as he could see, only the round ears had the balls to stand up to
him and his Shkah warriors.

He looked at his watch. About an hour and they should be here. Then he
would do another attack, and ask for one more small thing until he got it.
And he would keep doing that until it was too late, and the big valley would
belong to the Shkah.

But an hour went by. And then another hour. No wagon. No round eared

He went into the farmhouse they were at. He picked up the phone and called
the Governor.

"They aren't here yet. What's the deal? I know they were picked up."

"What do you mean they aren't there? The policemen called me as soon as
they left."

"Did you take an escort? Did you have somebody watching them?"

"Well, now they're just boys."

"You idiot!" Arkron yelled at him. "Those boys are our my way. They stand
between you and peace. I have those round eared boys here in an hour or we
burn this valley to the ground. Starting with the house I'm in.." He
looked at the two farming women and their daughter sitting in fear in the
corner of the living room.

The Governor was furious. Nobody talked to him like Arkron was talking to
him. But he was afraid to hang up. Peace meant everything to him right now.

"I will find the round ears," he told Arkron. "Just give me one day."

"If I don't see them in exactly a day, then we are at war," Arkron said.
"And while there are more of you, we are stronger, better armed, and better
prepared. You won't win. I want those boys tomorrow."

Arkron was the one who slammed down the phone. He turned to the other Shkah
men in the house.

"If the round ears aren't here in a day, it's war. And next time the
Building of Life won't be spared. No playing around. We burn the valley
down to the ground. Get the other group and bring them here. We need to

The Governor picked up his phone. "Dial up Mayor Andorn for me."

His Secretary called the Mayor. He got his partner insteand and talked to

"I'm sorry, Governor, the Mayor isn't in. His partner doesn't know where he
is or when he will be back."

The Governor called the policeman who had been guarding the boys.

"So who picked them up?" he asked.

"The men you sent in your wagon. And it was your wagon."

"Who were the men driving the wagon?"

The policeman told him.

"You fool! They both work for the Mayor!"

"Well, what difference should that make?" The Hakaanen were quickly showing
how naive they were in the ways of war and intrigue.

"Never mind. We need to find that wagon and those boys. And we need them
in the next day. So you better get started now!!!" The Governor hung up
the phone.

The Mayor was a traitor. Election or no election, he was going to pay for
this now!


Douglas sat in the hay in the loft kissing Scooter. His hands were all over
him. They finally came up for air.

"How long are we going to stay here?" Scooter asked.

"I don't know, my love. Bandar's father said for at least a day. Until we
see how the Shkah react to this."

Douglas got the whole story from Bandar after Bandar talked to his dad. He
heard about the Shkah demands for the round eared boys. And how the
Governor gave them up. About how the bombs inside the building didn't go
off. The only damage was to the outside and to some of the blowers on the
roof that send new atmosphere going out. Everything damaged could be fixed.
If the other bombs had gone off there would have been major trouble.

He heard about the Shkah demand that they be turned over in one day. And he
heard how the Mayor planned their rescue and got them hidden out on this
farm. The Hakaanen just aren't used to these kinds of game, Douglas
thought. And if there is a war, them or the Shkah aren't going to be
prepared for the kind of thinking that he knew he and his friends could come
up with. The only ones who could think with them were Robert Charles and


The policeman had no idea where to look. They tried friends and relatives
of the Mayor, but had no success. Night came. Morning came. Still no
luck. The deadline came. No luck.

The phone rang in the Governor's office. The Governor picked it up. "I
don't see anybody, Governor." It was Arkron.

"Give me time. I need another day."

"You had plenty of time. You wasted it. The deadline is past. Be prepared
for war, Governor." Arkron hung up the phone. The Governor stared at it.
He hated the round ears and wished they had never set foot in his peaceful

Arkron walked out of the house. He looked at the two frightened ladies tied
up in the living room. He gestured to the other Shkah. The all walked out
of the house. Robert Charles saw their signal and set fire to the barn.
They got on their unicorns. If the fire happened to get to the house too,
well, it wasn't their fault. They took off for the next farm. It was time
to take the big valley down.


"The deadline has gone by," Alex said. "I wonder what is going to happen

"I think we're going to find out soon enough," Douglas said. "The Mayor is
coming this afternoon to talk to us. I don't think he plans on having us
just sit around here."

A carriage pulled up. Douglas looked out of the loft window. It was
Enghar's dad, the doctor. He went into the farmhouse.

He went to look for Scooter. Suddenly he heard Drake yelling.

"Help! Help! It's my brother! It's Drew! Something's happened to him!"

Next: Chapter 38. In the Valley of the Shkah

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