Sounds like the moral to fable. Even the strongest of owls is foolish to try to take on a wolf...
shouldn't the wolf be strong and the owl wise?
Don't stereotype, a wolf can be wise if it wants and an owl can be powerful if it wants. Don't crush their dreams. lol
Can someone explain the different version of "kostōbe" that we've learnt? I've got:
I think: kostōbi is singular, kostōbī is plural and kostōbe is singular accusative. I'm not sure if I'm correct though.
Sekiro: Shadoes Die Twice, anyone?
I heard clearly "atroksiA" instead of "atroksiE".
I heard [ai]pradas instead of [i:]pradas