Hands... so low?
Master: "Every year on the Tuhaga Festival, mother would dress up in her youthful finery, take my sister and me, and sit at the top of a nearby hill, looking out into the distance from time to time."
Eh? I just quoted a tree name from Action Stations....bedroom mother? (ulan = bedroom / quarters / dormitory + nah = mother). I mean, it works, but I don't know who in what caste would want to give that kind of name to one of their daughters...
Also a term from Action Stations, probably used to compare Confederation Day.Tuhaga, incidentally, roughly translates to "must fight a lot"
"So what's next, Vakka? Lease a fiefdom in human territory for your youngest son? Let him marry and have children there in the future with his First chosen one?"
"Is there anything wrong with this? Don't forget, now we can even build cruisers together with the apes. Or... maybe some of us are just a little jealous?"
Ni'ha ahkiga halanma lek'kor duraiga d'aiyeshin erggar, kochirth rahus 'Ikgara Kutgaga'."I'm honored to be here to give you a little synopsis on the book Ikgara Kutgaga."
This is an absolutely stately looking Melek! It's kind of funny that I always think of Melek as groveling. Melek here looks like he could pull together a fragmented feudal empire, kind of like King Richard in the animated Disney Robin Hood.