Name Pronunciation: No-ah-tahk
Name Meaning: Eskimo/Inuit name meaning 'river that provides food for the people'
Nicknames: Tak, Noah
Age: Young-Adult (Depends on how I use him)
Breed: Alaskan Husky (based off of real husky designs)
Parents: Two unknown huskies
Siblings: Tartok (1stborn; eldest brother), Yakone (3rd born; youngest brother), Akna ( 4th born; younger sister), Corazon (5th born;second oldest; sister)
Personality: Like his name suggests, Noatak is a very kind, generous dog- though only on really good days. He's sweet and thinks of others before himself unless he seems to dislike that particular dog or human. He can be happy one minute and then sour the next. When he wants to be, he can be moody, angry, and wants to be left alone. He's usually cranky or upset, but he can be optimistic around his friends and family. He's not really upset around his friends unless feeling like he can vent to them and he's a great friend that won't spill secrets. Being raised by his mother and Jenna, he can be charming, debonair, though has a respect for women.
Likes: Noatak likes a variety of things. He likes to run, but doesn't want to be a sled dog; he's very active and likes to play, but also lieks to have his time alone. Friends and family are his top priorities and only wants the best for the people he cares about. He loves to sleep and getting lost in thought.
Dislikes: He hates being woken up and dislikes being told what to do. He doesn't respond well with being picked on or ordered around and is certainly not someone you can take advantage of. He has an intense hatred for Kaltag and Steele (c) Universal
Voice: Tom Hiddleston
History: Born second in a litter of five to two purebred Alaskan Huskies, Noatak was adopted by Rosie when he was a pup. Jenna was older now (this is during Balto 3) and had her family, but she didn't exclude him. He was treated like one of her own, but he didn't exactly see her as the mother type. He often visited his own mother who he could have many conversations with- unlike his eldest brother, Tartok whom he used to be really close to as a pup. Rosie had Noatak pull her on her sled around Nome, but didn't like the thought of being a sled dog. He knew sled dogs, but didn't want to be one- though built for speed and endurance.
Rosie's father had decided that he could make money off of Noatak and hired Steele's musher to start training him. He hated it. He had Steele watching his every move from the time he arrived and criticized him on everything. He couldn't see Rosie as much and he felt lonely on some nights where he'd stay with Steele and his musher. When they'd hooked him up to the sled, he was second lead right behind Steele and taking Star's place for a while. They ran faster and longer distances with him, and he quickly earned the title "Runner Up". He didn't mind the fame, but still didn't want to be a sled dog. He missed Rosie. He only wanted to pull her sled.
A few nights after their tenth race, Noatak escaped and made his way to Rosie's, taking a shortcut through the boiler room, only to be locked inside with Steele. Steele wanted to pick a fight with the young husky, but Noatak was better than that. Using Steele's weight agaisnt him, the large malamute broke the door down and Noatak escaped with a few scratches. He made it to Rosie's house by morning surprising her when she woke up. After she continuously asked her father not to put Noatak on a sled team, her father finally obliged and Noatak didn't run on a sled team again.
Relation to Balto: Ran on a sled team with Nikki, Steele, Kaltag, and Star; Adopted by Rosie; Cared for by Jenna and knows Balto through her
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