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The Story of Taruun: Volume II  
 

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The Story of Taruun
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Volume II
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As told by:
Mahlimik Dak
Grand Historian of the Jharin



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Taruun demonstrated abilities
that no Kerran had possessed.
All Kerrans could move quietly
while they hunted, but Taruun
was different.

He moved silently,
undetectable by even

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his fellow Kerrans. Added to
this was an amazing ability to
instantly blend into any
background. He did so without
the normal visual effects that
a shaman displays while
casting a spell of
invisibility. Taruun could
disappear at will.



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The boy never spoke, but he
proved his value to the tribe
during those first years. He
often returned from his solo
treks into the wilderness with
more food than the elder more
experience hunters in his
tribe.

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Some days he would
return with more food than an
entire gathering of hunters.
The tribal elders watched this
and grew curious.

One morning the tribal elders
asked the youth if they could
send hunters with him on one



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of his treks. He simply
nodded and motion for the
elder hunters to follow.

The hunters had learned to
respect young Taruun prior to
that day and followed the
youth with open minds. It is
fortunate for all of us that
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they did so. The skills that
they learned in that
expedition and all of the ones
that followed it are still
used today.

Taruun continued to take
hunters with him for several
years after that first trip.



The hunters that he taught
passed their knowledge to the
hunters that followed behind
them.
 

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