True Chocobo Hunters

Tailfeather is the home of the Chocobo Hunters. They catch wild chocobos, eat them or tame them. They are actual hunters who live with nature and what nature gives them. And they have a code regarding the Chocobos: Not to make them suffer and only kill what you will eat, not more.

Of course there are some outlaws who put traps out to hurt and catch Chocobos!

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To find these outlaws, the Hunters – always working in pairs – teamed up to find out who is killing the Chocobos for a sport.

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Turns out, it was Magatsu, killing them as Hunt targets.

Haha, just kidding.

It was some douche. He had killed hatchlings (!) and had prepared them as meal.

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The admittedly tasty looking hatchling legs were still warm on that plate…

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That was when my Mioq friend from the hunters made a decision. She would live by the code of the hunters. Not let anything go to waste. Only hunt what you will eat.

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So she ate the hatchling meat.

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I was nearly crying when I saw her with that strong devotion!

Then, they took the scum into custody and I surely hope they will cut his legs off and eat them! Actually, don’t do that. That’s awful. Oh wait, that’s what he did to the hatchlings! <_<;

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So Eorzea has taught me that killing evil persons is okay but killing helpless animals is bad. So as long as someone attacks me, I have the right to kill them? Good to know! ò.ó;

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