For your review in to its usefulness I have obtain a copy of the Migration Patterns of the Ogre by Divard Attenbouch in the hope that it will help in your endeavour to gather as much fact on the invading Ogre tribe your State is suffering. I have taken the liberty to try and (as it were) ‘trim the fat’ of where the author has diverted down a path that does in no way educate in the Ogre culture but instead (I believe) exaggerates the heroic exploits of the cowardly ‘expert’. Fortunately this has made the many page epic in to an easy read of an evening with a glass of your favourite wine.
Yours in Service
Extracts from The Observations and Estimations of the Migration Patterns of the Obernoid Beast Known as the Ogre, as documented by Divard Attenbouch; primary wild animal expert of His Royal Highness’s Great Imperial Zoo located at Altdorf.
Extract for your review - Introduction by Divard Attenbouch; primary wild animal expert of His Royal Highness’s Great Imperial Zoo located at Altdorf. (The 17 page long winded section of the self congratulating and plainly egotistical Divard excising his many exaggerated virtues has been edited down to this introduction). - Josef
…And that the humble, yet beastly Ogre or as I call them in scientific circles Obernoid (Ober for large and noid for the distinction of being bipedal) not be feared due to your new understanding of them through reading this book.
Therefore it is my plan then to following the ogre tribe known as the ‘Other End’ that has ventured to the realm of the Border Princes from the far east, that I will be able to observe the preferred locations visited by the Ogre, what draws them to the places they ransack and activates they partake that makes them stay or leave in certain vicinities.
And so on behalf of most importantly me and the little help of my few remaining follows it is my pleasure and privilege to present…
The Observations and Estimations of the Migration Patterns of the Obernoid Beast Known as the Ogre