2/2 Granted, not all of my herd has the same talent to play, but it adds to their singing just fine. Recently the herd loves John Denver's music for some reason. More so "Take Me Home, Country Roads." I think it's just a passing fad among them.
Countryhorn Take me home To the herd Where I belong On the surface Happy Herd Take me home Countryhorn
Defectivehorn Keeper here, teaching my horns chess isn't the only thing I have been doing. I have also taught my herd how to play a nohorn guitar and Banjos. Himehorns can use their claws as natural pics to play them with little discomfort. 1/2
Defectivehorn Keeper here, to answer your question how the horns take up chess is simple, 1:When the herd is snowed in, many of them have time on their hands, so they try out various games the herd picks up from the nohorns. 2: himehorns are far more smarter than you realize.
Hmm, I see. Well, perhaps I shouldn't be so surprised. They use witch devices and pick up all sorts of toys from the Apostle, after all.
Defectivehorn Keeper here, I think I have created a monster here Dan. I have taught my herd how to play Chess, except for the Old Musclehorn (she already knew it) and the smallhorns (too young) . Now they are beating me in it. What have I DONE!?! 1/2
EH?! I never thought horns would enjoy a game like that... especially a musclehorn. The defective herds in your area are really something else.
3/3 I've been giving the Old Musclehorn fresh fruits himehorns don't normally get like bananas, oranges, and cranberries with her meat and veggies. I 'think' the fruits are slowing down her deterioration process of her old age a notable degree. But it's not stopping it.
3/3There's nothing sadder than a thin, old, bent-over musclehorn. ;w;At least she will be able to enjoy a peaceful end where she's cared for. And she even has nice treats and other horns around... very rare for a musclehorn. ;ww;
2/3 The musclehorns are progressing well under the Old musclehorn's training. I gave the Old horn a cane to help her get around. She seemed to have been cast out from her old herd due to old age and a back injury. Other wise she's holding up well for her age.
Defectivehorn keeper here, Spring has arrived in full force and my herd is spending most of the days outside watching @muscle_Horn , Speakeasy and Snowhorn being trained by the old musclehorn. The haremhorns love being out in the green grass as much as the musclehorns love the mud. 1/3
2/2 kinda like how a martial arts master trains his students. It's not reached anime level over top style yet, just basic to more complex combat moves. I had thought the old horn would want to take it easy, but she seems determined to get this done.
2/2What an unsual musclehorn. I hope she manages to finish passing on her knowledge before she becomes a thin-and-scrawny-confused-horn. ;_;
Defectivehorn keeper here. Uno told me that old musclehorn is from the wild herd, not from the caves. That would explain how she arrived here. The wild herd knows about my little herd. Still, the old horn is putting the younger musclehorns though rigorous training paces. 1/2
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2/2 if this old musclehorn has any wisdom to pass on to @muscle_Horn ,Speakeasy, and Snowhorn. I hope she will teach it to them. I'll try to learn what I can of her life and herd, but she's very broken hearted right now. maybe my smallhorns can cheer her up.
2/2 ;__;Poor masslehorn. The best thing you can do for an old masslehorn is have one of your haremhorns give her gentle scrubs and a few kind words in her ear. Please pamper her soon, before she becomes too confused and disoriented to understand. ;_;
Defectivehorn keeper here, I figured this might happen one day. But that day has arrived. I found and took in an elderly Musclehorn. She was alone, hungry, and confused. Although is is very old, she's still surprisingly strong. She might have been an incredible musclehorn in her prime. 1/2