if you were to right an oral from the point of view of roger, to do with his specific plans for roger, what would you presume, and how would you express it?
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Roger's specific plans for ralph
If I understand you correctly, what is Roger saying about the hunt for Ralph? Well, I'd say he plans to kill him just as they kill pigs. Then he will mount Ralph's head on a stick and offer it up to the beast. Then that would serve as a warning to all the tribe's enemies, not to mess with this tribe. But wait, there are no more "others." Ralph was the last. So, it's pointless, right? No, not pointless from the viewpoint of a beastly boy. And after Ralph, who will be hunted next? Probably the littluns who are still lost in the jungle. Killing is no longer for food, but for power. But as long as we have flesh and a fire, why not feast on littlun?
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