The question on everyone’s mind was what purpose to put the great raskter to. As both a male and the last of its kind, there was no question of breeding, but the raskter had been raised from an egg by humans and was therefore docile and relatively domesticated.

But at nearly 100 feet tall and almost as wide, it was too expensive and expansive an endling to simply allow to roam free. And no one had the resources to keep it as a curiosity, as raskter were voracious and migratory in their eating habits.

An eventual solution was as impresside as it was elegant: the raskter was hitched to an enourmous movable fortress and accompanied the king and his retinue on campaign.

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