Sorry, this is mch longer than I thought it would be
The three predators waste no time in opening fire upon the startled band of Tuskens and Trandoshans. But the Predators are only toying with their enemy, testing them by firing low-impact lasers. Despite this, the surprise attack has taken down one Tusken and one Trandoshan - dead!
The King of the Trandoshans and the Chief of the Tuskens stare at one another and realise that they are now united - and that they must join forces against this unknown terror that has appeared before them in the jungle. Silently, they make a pact. It is an understanding that they are now brothers - for however short or long that will remain.
The King and the Chief order their soldiers away, and they each flee into the darkest depths of the jungle while under fire from the Predators - the Predators who have now increased their laser power to maximum.
Later, the Chief and the King formulate a plan. The Tusken party will use their skills to antagonise and draw out the predators - making the monsters chase them in the shadows. One young Tusken comes up with the idea of covering their garments and limbs with mud and clay - this will prevent the Predators from using their heat-seeking powers on us he says. The chief is impressed.
And as the Tuskens set about leading the Predators into a game of cat and mouse, the Trandoshans use their own hunting skills and heat-seeking powers to hunt down the Predators. The hunters are now the hunted!
All through the night screams are heard.
Two Predators are killed. Confused, ambushed, beaten, hacked, they die in agony. But their deaths come at a loss for the Tuskens and the Trandoshans too, who lose significant numbers.
Soon there is only one Predator left - the General. And all that remains of his enemy is the Chief of the Tuskens and the King of the Trandoshans. It is now a battle of leaders; of courage and guile.
Draw that final Predator out into the open, says the King to the Chieftain, and I will tear him limb from limb!
No, says the Chief, I have a better plan.
The King listens as the Chief explains his plan. It is a good plan he thinks. And for it to work, they will need the corpse of one of the defeated Predators.
As dawn begins to break over the jungle, the Predator General is hunting the Chief and the King. He can scent them nearby, and he prepares his weapons. But then he stops and looks ahead... there, standing before him, not even a short sprint away, is another Predator! Excellent, thinks the General, reinforcements have come! And he approaches this new Predator with his arms open wide in greeting. The new Predator stands there, his head lowered to the floor. There is something strange about this fellow warror, thinks the General... something not quite right... and as the General finally stands toe to toe with the strange Predator, he realises that he has been tricked... that the new Predator is merely one of his slain comrades... propped up on the jungle floor like a cruel mannequin...
The General spins around to face his enemy who has tricked him... but it is too late... the corpse of the slain Predator had been primed by the Chief and the King to self-desruct at the moment the General arrived. There is a loud explosion - and Predator body parts are scattered throughout the jungle.
As silence falls, the Chief and the King appear from the trees and survey their victory. They look at each other, and once more, without speaking, understand that they are brothers. And this is how they will remain.