Ahkladdin and Dexter reached the bottom of the stairs and they stood at the entrance of a room. Ahkladdin exclaimed,
"Would you look at that!" The room was full of gold objects. There were gold statues and mounds of gold coins, pots, and
other treasures. "Just a handful of this would make me richer than the Sultan!"
Dexter was so excited to see the treasure that he jumped off of Ahkladdin's shoulder and darted to a treasure chest that
was full of jewels near a bunch of cushions, along with a life-sized plush winged-horse. "DEXTER!!" Ahkladdin called out
to him and the Capuchin stopped before he could grab a piece of treasure. Dexter gave a nervous smile and Ahkladdin came
over to him and scolded him, "Don't touch anything! We gotta find that lamp."
Dexter pouted and followed his master through the cave. Suddenly, the giant plush winged-horse started to move. But it
wasn't a plush, though; it was a white winged stallion with a blue mane and tail, and sky blue eyes. He looked at
Ahkladdin and Dexter with curiosity and quietly flew over to them. The stallion came up from behind Dexter and, sensing
something was behind him, he looked behind him, but the horse evaded him by standing like a statue.
Dexter started walking again and the horse started following him. He nearly nibbled gently on one of ears and Dexter
looked behind him again, but the horse stood by a mound of treasure and stayed still. Dexter started to freak out and
he slowly ran over to Ahkladdin, grabbed his pant leg, and babbled to him to look what he found. "Dexter, will you knock
it off!?" Ahkladdin groaned and he kept walking again. Dexter groaned and followed his master. The winged horse came out
of his hiding spot and snuck up behind Dexter.
He flew up to him and nudged Dexter's back with his nose, and the monkey let out a screech as he struck a karate pose.
Dexter crossed his arms in suspicion and the horse reached his wing to tickle him. Dexter notice the horse and shreiked
in surprise. He ran over to Ahkladdin and tackled him to the ground while the horse flew off to hide.
Ahkladdin yelled, "Dexter! What, are you crazy?!" Dexter grabbed his head and motioned him to look at where the horse was
hiding. The horse came out from hiding behind a mound of treasure, and Ahkladdin gasped and exclaimed in surprise,
"A winged stallion!" He got up on his feet and called to the horse as he held his hand out, "Here, boy. Come on out. I'm
not going to hurt you."
The horse came out of his hiding spot shyly and began to approach the street rat. He flew over to Ahkladdin and he slowly
brought his head towards him and sniffs him. Ahkladdin started petting him, making the horse nicker in content.
The horse then sniffs Dexter, but the Capuchin babbled angrily at the horse and crawled up his master's back. Ahkladdin
laughed, "Hey, take it easy, Dexter. He's not going to bite." Dexter babbled more at the horse, angry that he was messing
with him. The horse back away in shock, then he slumped and walked away from them, his feelings hurt from what Dexter
said to him.
Ahkladdin called out to her, "Hey, wait a minute! Don't go!" The horse and turned to him. Ahkladdin smiled, "Maybe you can
help us." The horse reared up and whinnied happily. He flew up to Ahkladdin and happily licked his cheek, making the boy
laugh. The horse came in front of them and Ahkladdin said to him, "You see, we're trying to this lamp." The horse shot
up and motioned him and Dexter to follow him. He flew off in the direction where the lamp would be.
"I think he knows where it is!" Ahkladdin smiled as he and Dexter ran after him. They entered another large cave and the
winged horse, whom Ahkladdin and Dexter found out his name was Pegasus, led them through the cave. Finally he led them to
a dark cave full of water where a large pillar was set in the middle of the cave as a beam of light came down on it. The
only way across was over a bridge made up of small stones.
Ahkladdin started heading to the bridge, and Dexter came up to him. Ahkladdin gave him a stern look and said as he pointed
his finger down to the ground, "Wait here!" Pegasus came over them as Ahkladdin headed off and he gave a nervous look in
his eyes. Dexter pouted and sat at his spot, then he looked around and his pouty face turned to surprise when he saw a
golden monkey statue with a giant red ruby in its hands. Dexter's eyes glimmered and he licked his lips ae the sight of
Over at the bridge, Ahkladdin quickly but carefully hopped across the stones, careful not to fall off. When he got to the
other side, he began climbing up the steps to the top of the pillar. Back with the creatures, Pegasus was watching
Ahkladdin until he saw Dexter was gone. He frantically looked around until he saw Dexter going up to the gem and his jaw
dropped in shock. Dexter began to run to it to grab it, but Pegasus grabbed him by his vest with his teeth to stop him.
Back at the pillar, Ahkladdin had already reached the top and made his way over to the center. On it was an elegant brass
oil lamp. Ahkladdin came over to it and picked up the lamp. He looked at the lamp and said to himself, "This is it? This
is what we came all the way down here to-" He was cut off to when he saw Dexter reaching for the treasure.
The Capuchin broke free from Pegasus' bite, making him fall backwards and Ahkladdin called out to him in shock, "Dexter,
NO!!" Dexter ran up to the statue and grabbed the ruby. Suddenly, the Cave's voice roared out, "INFEDELS!!!!!!"
"Uh-oh." Dexter whimpered as Pegasus got up and had a shocked look on his face and Ahkladdin listened to the voice,
terrified. The Cave's voice growled, " YOU HAVE TOUCHED THE FORBIDDEN TREASURE!!!!!!" Dexter put the ruby back with a
nervously smile, but the ruby and the statue melted into lava. The Cave roared as Dexter ran away from the melted statue,
"NOW YOU WILL NEVER SEE THE LIGHT OF DAY!!!!!"
Ahkladdin put the lamp in his vest as the light on the pillar turned into fire and he dashed down the steps. The cave
began to crumble and shake violently and Dexter ran in fear. Ahkladdin was halfway down the steps, then they disappeared
and the slope became a steep. He tripped down the steps and started sliding down. He slid off the end of the steps and
the water had turned into lava. He yelled as he began to fall into the lava, but Pegasus flew down towards him and he
landed safley on the horse's back.
Ahkladdin held tightly onto his mane as the cave started to crumble more. They flew down to look for Dexter and Ahkladdin
saw him trying to cross the bridge, but the stones began exploding on both sides. Ahkladdin had Pegasus fly down close to
the lava while Dexter called out to him to help him, but he screamed when the stones close to him exploded. Ahkladdin
grabbed him before the stone he was on exploded.
He pulled him onto Pegasus' back and Dexter smiled in relief. The street rat and monkey looked behind them and saw the
lava forming into a tsunami wave. Ahkladdin exclaimed as the wave got close to them, "WHOA! Pegasus, let's move!"
Pegasus flew as fast as his wings could take him to the cave entrance and they started flying through it while the lava
flowed faster towards them. Halfway out of the cave, Ahkladdin saw a stone falling towards them, and Pegasus dodged it
before it would hit them. Dexter became so freaked out that he held onto Ahkladdin's face. Ahkladdin groaned as he tried
pulling him off of him, "Dexter! Dexter, this is no time to panic!" He pulled Dexter off of his face and gasped when he
saw they were heading straight for the wall.
"Start panicking." he gasped. The two began to yell as Pegasus flew down to where the cave of treasures was and they flew
through the entrance just as the lava flowed out of the entrance. Flames started bursted out of the floor and the dodged
some flames that formed into a pair of hands that nearly caught them.
Outside the cave, the head began to roar in agony as Dracula made his way to the entrance while a storm began to brew.
Ahkladdin, Dexter, and Pegasus flew into the vestibule of the cave just as the stairs began to crumble and flames began to
brew. They were nearly at the exit, but a boulder landed on Pegasus and sent Ahkladdin and Dexter flying towards the top.
Ahkladdin grabbed what was left of the stairs while Dexter climbed up and Pegasus landed at the bottom of the cave, his
tail trapped under the boulder.
Dracula came over to Ahkladdin, who was struggling to hold on. "Help me up!" he called out to the disguised vampire count.
"Throw me the lamp!" Dracula called out to him with his hand out. Ahkladdin called back to him as he held out his hand,
"I can't hold on! Give me your hand!"
"First give me the lamp!" Dracula called to him. Ahkladdin reached into his vest and took out the lamp. He handed the lamp
to Dracula, and he exclaimed, "Yes! At last!" He laughed to himself as he put the lamp in his cloak. He saw Dexter trying
to pull Ahkladdin up with the cane, but Dracula kicked the Capuchin away and grabbed Ahkladdin by the wrist.
"What are you doing?!" the boy asked him with shock. Dracula replied, "Giving you your reward..." He said in his normal
voice as he brought out a crooked dagger, "Your eternal reward." Ahkladdin looked up in shock, horrified at what he was
going to do to him; kill him! Then, Dexter jumped up to Dracula and bit him on the arm. Dracula yelled in pain and
released Ahkladdin, and the street rat lost his grip and started to fall.
Dracula sneered at Dexter and threw him down the cave. Ahkladdin and Dexter screamed as they began to fall to their
deaths. At the bottom of the cave, Pegasus got free from the boulder holding him down and flew as fast as he could to
them. Ahkladdin the wall several times, knocking him out cold before Pegasus caught him and Dexter on his back and they
fell to the bottom of the cave.
Outside, the Cave's mouth gave out one last roar before disintegrating into the sand, turning into a sand dune once again,
forever. Dracula got up from the ground and laughed as he removed his mask, also revealing his messy black hair, "It's
mine! It's all mine!" He reached into his pocket, but his glee turned to panic when he found there was nothing in there.
He gasped as he frantically searched himself, "Where is it?! No..."
He got down on his knees and yelled out, "NOOOOOOO!!!!"
Back in Agrabah at the palace, Angelica was in her chambers and she was sitting on her bed with Bagheera by her side,
still crying. Peter came in and said, "Angelica?" He noticed how sad Angelica was and asked her softly, "Oh, sweetie.
Angelica looked at her father and sniffled, "Count Dracula has... done something... terrible." She began to cry harder and
Peter wrapped his arms around her and soothed her. He assured her, "There, there, baby girl. We'll set it right." They
held themselves close to each other and Peter said, "Now, tell me everything."