"Do you honestly think they're going to accept you back, when you chose to help me?"
—Finitevus taunting Dallas when he tries to leave the Gang

Dallas Smith is a young male white German Shepherd who appears in The Legend of Fox the Brave. He is Dakota's littermate, and a former Storm Fighter who was tricked by Dr. Finitevus into betraying the Alliance. He is currently a member of Lycus' Gang under the leadership of both Finitevus and Lycus the Lycanroc, though recently, he's shown to stay with them more out of fear than actual loyalty. He was to be the protagonist of the cancelled standalone story Rogue's Regret, which saw Dallas leave the Gang once and for all. Still, he now resides at the Storming Base once more as a Storm Fighter. Rogue's Regret has since been turned into a chapter of Secrets of the Alliance.


Dallas is a stocky young male German Shepherd dog with brown eyes and long, thick, shaggy white fur.


As a puppy, Dallas was friendly and eager, always wanting to make new friends while at the same time a typically mischievous pup. As an adult, Dallas is incredibly arrogant and hard-headed. Despite this, he was loyal to the Storm Fighters up until Finitevus tricked him. As seen in Search for the Lost Warriors, Dallas is rather afraid of Finitevus, staying with the Gang out of fear of him.


At an unknown point in time, Dallas and Dakota were born to Austin and Rosa Smith. What happened during their youth is unknown. Some time prior to The Lost Fox, the two brothers were apprenticed; Dallas was given Longmire the Cat as a mentor, while Dakota was given Shane the Wolf as a mentor. In Raging Storm, the boys were taken into hiding after Finitevus attempted to interrogate Dallas; but during the first Storming Revolt-which failed-Shane was killed when he took a blow meant for Wilder Fox; Dallas would be given Roy as a mentor. Later, after the boys returned to the Base, Finitevus would kidnap Dallas after meeting with Austin when the warrior refused to listen to him. Dallas was saved and returned to the Base by Splash, and the pair would later become warriors a few weeks before the events of The Villain's Reveal, just before Michael was ambushed and badly injured by Finitevus. In Brothers Together, Dallas sets out to find and defeat Finitevus once and for all, bringing Dakota with him. They find Finitevus, but after being badly beaten, Dakota insists they run. Dallas argues with this until Dakota drags him away; after they get away, Dallas attacks Dakota, angry at his brother for interfering with his mission. They break apart to get some sleep then head home. In Brothers Forever, the brothers try to head home with Finitevus trailing them, but before they reach the Base, Dallas and Dakota encounter Finitevus, who tries to get them both to join him. Dallas ultimately chooses to go with him, while Dakota decides to remain a Storm Fighter, disowning his brother despite Dallas' attempts to win over Dakota.

Light Mobius: Their past is most likely the same as their Main Series counterparts. The point of divergence is likely when Shadow took over(their past in the Unaltered Timeline is unknown). After Austin attempted to defeat King Shadow himself and was killed, Dallas and Dakota's personality rapidly shifted so that they were more aggressive. They were constantly training with each other. Later, they are chosen to accompany Braveheart's battle patrol to defeat Shadow once and for all. In Shadowed Future: 5 Years Later, the brothers appeared when Scrap was kidnapped by the Dark Presence Echidnas. Dakota was mentioned to be sleeping on the couch, snoring. Later, Dallas and Dakota are mentioned to have chased after the Dark Presence, but a branch in the forest outside the Base was shot down onto the two brothers. As a result, Dakota was killed when his neck was crushed, and Dallas was permanently paralyzed when his spine was broken.


Unknown, though it's possible that Dallas' arrogance means that he is somewhat easy to manipulate, since Finitevus tricked him into turning on the Storm Fighters.


He was noted to look exactly like his uncle Michael Smith, but with different eye color

He is named after the city of Dallas, Texas

  • Austin's reason for this is because his name is also the name of a city in Texas.
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