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- These cubs are a handful. If I take my eyes off them for even a moment...poof, they disappear. Or kill something.
It's a tough job, but someone's got to do it.
- Parents are lucky, they only have them for the first year or so, when they're still purring little furballs. But the minute they start to develop attitudes, they shuffle them off to the fahrar.
- (If charr)
Isn't that the best time for them to enter the fahrar?
- Sure, you have to seize on their very first childish instinct to kill. Then the primus and other instructors in the fahrar can teach them how to turn killing from a simple game into a usable skill.
- I guess they can't stay cubs forever.
- Charr cubs aren't born warriors, they have to be molded. Sure, they have a natural instinct to fight and kill, but to them it's just a game. The fahrar teaches them to do those things with a purpose.
So the fahrar is a military training school?
- It's more than that. They learn what it means to be a charr. They also choose a legion—which is a lifelong commitment—and form a warband. The fahrar is the first step in their pursuit of charrhood.
- Thanks for the information.
- It's good to give them focus.
- I can't say I blame them.
- Oh, well. I guess cubs will be cubs.
- The NPC's name is likely a reference to the comedy show Mind of Mencia.