Yagogi’al the Og’ab signed deeply then stated,“With things changing, we must all adapt. it has become the way of our people. Due to this, I have already made other arrangements to take part in the large council meeting. My place is speaker for my tribe, so I am sending Maggul, our council representative with others to communicate back and forth. For what will happen here, I leave it to Maggul’s second and one of our acting Auf’Olgogs, Onigor the Fierce. i leave things to him now.”
Onigor, known for his battle prowess and not normally his diplomacy stepped out before those currently gathered, including Auf Lalog’na of the Herd of Auf Lal’al, his MagGor’ab yagogi’al the Og’ab, the cub Tundra and a silly little hog looking things wearing a beer-stein cap. it would seem that Bazman had left his familiar with Tundra and the cub left his snatcher familiar with Bazman as a way of communicating and being present of the others meetings. Onigor thought for a moment, " For the Yagogi, this all started with Kolgol entering into our hunting grounds unannounced. I was there to see the blatant disrespect they showed us, setting up structures and their own ways as if it were any other day. Zh’gog’ol Maklur approached with caution and knew they were up to no good. In a sense, Kalok rose to power through the disloyalty of our fellow within the UtR. There are still others within the UtR that are defending Kolgol and Kalok’s actions. it is a horrible feeling, but i believe it is our duty to respond to Kalok even if it means defending the Warmonger. Do we have any information on how Kalok got there or if he’s got others working for or with him?" Onigor nodded, knowing for the first time speaking up he had done fairly well and offering up to Auf Lalog’na.