And I think I need to add 'healing dragons that have been mauled by sheep' to my character skill set...
that makes sense! I'll look the book up, thanks!
Made me think of the first book of Jim Butcher's Codex Alera, where the main character is basically a shepherd boy - who goes in search of a particular ram and his hareem, and he knows where the ram likes to hang out. There is a particularly dangerous predator around.
Anyway, reminded me that part of the art of shepherding is knowing the different characters of your sheep and where they like to hang out. It is a lot faster finding them when you know who is missing and their favourite spot.
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