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Black & White
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“Freed Elections.” Stinz is only going down to the elections to run for member of his town council. While there, he and his opponent come to far greater differences than just an electioneering argument. Before he knows it, Stinz is being called upon to take on far more responsibilities than he’d bargained for, and drinking to handle it. He and another old soldier end up going home very late at night, and hesistating to face an even greater danger than an angry political race. Stinz is the story of a centaur, although he’d prefer it if you called him a Half-horse. Stinz is a big blond stallion, black as night on the hair end, whose excellent animal instincts and fine human brain too often cancel each other out. In a series that follows his life from clumsy colt and accidental soldier to legendary war hero and mayor of his small home town, Stinz never fails to be in the middle of his world’s events. It’s not OUR world, but what difference does that make?