Inggharudube raised an eyebrow when Saibra indicated if she was her Wher she would be bowing to Inggharusk. He knew his bronze was an impressive Wher and definitely one who preferred to be in charge but he didn't think Inggharusk would know what to do if other Whers started bowing to him. Then again the brute may take a liking to it and expect all Whers to bow and their Handlers too.
"They do make a formidable pair, cunning and strength working together wins out in the end. To deal with our Feline foes will require both, that much I am certain." Inggharudube itched to pit himself and his wher against the ferocious felines but he also knew cunning and strategy will be needed as it seemed this group of Felines were large and organized.
He could advice Saibra to stop wasting energy worrying about what could happen and just be prepared for the potential of running into the felines everytime they went out on Patrol. He always tried to be alert, ready for any threat, feline or otherwise and not just when he was in the Jungle. Even now he was very aware of his surroundings, of the other groups of people moving about, checking out the Whers signing up for the racing, talking about odds of which would win. Unfortunately he knew being aware of what was obvious to anybody with eyes and ears could easily hide the hidden threats. The felines were clever enough not to move about in the open, worked together as a team to attack the weaker animals in a group of Whers and clearly had a way to coordinate their movements.
"It'll never come to that," Inggharudube responded. If the Wherhandlers failed so badly these Felines ended up being a threat to dragons then he would prefer to be already dead. Besides, dragons weren't easy to defeat given they had wings and could breath fire. A coordinated force of dragons could easily burn out the Feline's den but the trick is finding where the band together as a force. "Once we find the core of the Feline's territory we can wipe it out. It may mean coordinating with the Daywher Handlers and dragonriders but we'll eliminate the threat. In the end these felines will be driven to extinction or so far away from our home it'll be many generations before they dare come back."