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    Just finished my second, note-taking pass through the book. Some interesting bits of charr culture in there.

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    (Puzzling thing still correlates to the notes on charr culture mentioned above.)
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    Good summary on the Charr based on the novel

    don't forget...

    [Charr hierarchical notes.]

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    don't forget...

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    (Silliness, not particularly spoilerish?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qanar View Post
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    Yes, if you're Norn...

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    And about the charr culture:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barinthus View Post
    Good summary on the Charr based on the novel

    don't forget...

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    You missed a couple:

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    (Puzzling thing still correlates to the notes on charr culture mentioned above.)One thing that puzzles me:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Konig Des Todes View Post
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    I most likely misremembered what you quoted from the Ecology - as that is where I recall the information coming from.

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    It would be much easier for people not done with the novel to not just put everything into SPOILER tags, but describing what it is or giving it a chapter tag.

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    Looking further, there is a statement in "Ecology" about "young charr" being used to herd the beasts that fed the legions. That may be what you remembered.

    This could have been a duty for cubs in the fahrar, though I doubt that unweaned cubs would have been used for this. The fahrar couldn't have been some giant playpen where the cubs were penned up until they grew up. There must have been lessons, martial training, and duties of some sort to teach them discipline and responsibility.

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