- Who was Kit Ali Ameir? How did she draw images of Cabal a century before first contact?
- Before the fight, prepare. In the fight, improvise. After the fight? Exaggerate.
- Finders, keepers.
- “It’s not prophecy. Prophecy is for warlocks and windbiters. I call it… seeing at a distance.” —Kit Ali Ameir
- You’ve got to choose when to be a lion and when to be a fox. Friend, these are fox days.
- A small nocturnal fox with a yellowish-gray back and large, close-set ears, found in the deserts and plains of the southwestern US
- The species of North America
- Its range is primarily in the Southwestern United States and northern and central Mexico
- The smallest of foxes and an excellent burrower, it has enormous ears and a fluffy pale cream coat
Sly as a Fox
- Someone who is as sly as a fox is cunning and experienced and can get what they want, often in an underhand way
- “Sly as a fox” has been a traditional saying for hundreds of years. It means that someone is particularly crafty or tricky
- Means you are experienced and cunning and can usually get whatever you want, sometimes by underhanded means
- Origin such as fables, Aesop’s The Fox and the Crow, portrayed the fox as a creature that was very crafty and cunning as a hunter
- The fox has long been associated with trickery
- Example, the sly fox is referred to over and over again in many of Shakespeare’s plays
Kit Ali Ameir
- Hunter who somehow drew images of Cabal a century before Guardians had first contact with them