These people were less revered than cautiously tolerated by the other villagers, for the dubious entertainment value they devised in their
structured ordering of the captured strangeness provided a kind of service to the village. This service was considered unnecessary to
village survival but it was generally agreed upon by all, that those who performed this task were on to something. What this something
entailed, however, was not only unknown, it was almost taboo in the lack of general interest.
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