These head strong pelagus prefer well wooded and watered areas. They will attack any and all intruders using their thick skulls and large flat tails. Known to use the logs around their territories as weapons.
Ok, Rajang hope you are listening,because he will not repeat self if you get this wrong on the test. THOSE WHO FAIL RAJANG’S TEST WILL GET THEIR SPINES SEVERED BY HUGS!
Ok, ahem, now then. Both good questions. Let’s start with first one.
“Pelagus” is more of a type of monster, usually referring to monsters that have “mammalian” things like body heat, fur, stuff like that. Rajang considers the tiny, (often) weak Humans “Pelagus”, yes, because they have their own body heat, hair, and funky mammal smells.
Back in day, “Primatius” (close to word ‘Primate’) was used to label mammal-like monsters, because most Pelagus back in day were monkey-like (Rajang’s bros Congalala and Blangonga, for example). Rajang also considers Wyvernians as Pelagus, too, for same reasons as humans. Maybe Humans, Wyvernians and Pelagus have some kind of missing link. BUT, KNOWING DUMB HUNTER’S GUILD, THEY WILL WANT TO HUNT IT DOWN AND MAKE DESIGNER PURSE OUT OF IT, HUAHURRRUUU!!!
Now for second question, YES, RAJANG CONSIDER THESE MONSTERS PELAGUS, TOO, EVEN IF THEY ARE LIKE 50 TIMES WEAKER THAN RAJANG!!! Rajang laugh at Honey-Badger Bear, Stinky Armadillo, and Koala Bunny as Rajang has affectionately labeled Arzuros, Volvidon, and Lagombi, respectively.
OK, CLASS DISMISSED! NOW GET OUT BEFORE RAJANG MAKE YOU DO POP QUIZ!
That’s right, its Pelagus here with my new blog, John The Revelator. I will be posting mostly on this in terms of life. It should be my other blog but I’m too busy to change it around, plus hopefully I will be revelatin’ some stuff, so if you’re following, good. If you are not following, then follow if you like humour, philosophical discussion and/or random stuff, stay tuned!
Durus pelagus et saevum iter decesserunt ex aspectu
et descendi in ima profunda, concludentia monstra non decet oculis nostris.
Tamen ivi per loca senta situ, sic ne subtrahere!
Per innumerabilia pericla persevero fato gradum.
Actus sum pietate ad patrem teque. Non possum sistere.
Nunc adsum. Ne expelle me ex tuae aspectu.
Post hodie tempum nostri una sistet
Et nequibo videre Anchisen teque.
Sic muta tuam cursum gradus.
Ex conloquio ne subtrahere.
Patere me reparare amorem perditum nostro
Ita credo nuncium veritum fuisse de Carthagine teque.
Audivi durum mortem te corripisse, postquam exitum nostri.
Non exspectavi si discedamus, mortem sit tuam gradum
et talis dolor veniat ad te, me egresso ex aspectu.
Utinam a vita non subtracta sis.
Saevissima fata, siste!
Ne persevera tuam ad infelicem gradum.
Ne abi cum eo in lucum ex aspectu
Satisfaciam; perficiamus conloquium in pace nostri.
Nolo in medium hunc sistere
Cum non possim sequi Sychaeum teque.
Mane cum me et ab extremum verbum ne subtrahere.
Ne subtrahere, infelix Dido, Sychaeus tuque fato in aspectum intratis.
Gradum mei non sistet ut te pro nostro separationi satisfaciam
Siste gradum teque aspectu ne subtrahere nostro.
“My piece is a sestina, which is an unrhymed form of poetry containing six stanzas of six lines and one stanza of three lines. The same six words are used at the end of each line in the six longer stanzas, and all six words are used in the last three lines. I chose to write my sestina in Latin, and the poem retells the story of Aeneas as he pleads with Dido in the underworld. I used the six words from the line of the Aeneid that I chose to be the last words of each line, and I ended the poem with the complete line.”