"Who owns this armor father?" Asked the young Haloke curiously.
“It once belonged to your great-grandfather, the legendary Dado. A great man who left a big gap in our pack after his death,” replied the father.
"How was he? What was he doing? Can you tell me more about him? ", asked the boy again.
"Very well, my son. Sit down. I will tell you the story of Dado. “ Before he started telling the story, he went to the armor and stared at it with admiration and humility. He stroked the fur and continued..
“A little over 150 cycles ago, your great-grandfather Dado was chosen to be the Grand Hunter of the then Khan Wanu at the young age of 12 cycles. It is rather uncommon to have such great responsibility at this age. Many Haloke were very skeptical and secretly hoped that Dado would fail. Contrary to their expectations, Dado overcame one challenge after the other. During his time as a Grand Hunter, the wildlife resources recovered, the many farmers and herdsmen worked together again instead of against each other and also the Patamon disease, which made the gigantic cattle aggressive and crazy, Dado mastered with flying colors.
He even killed an infected Patamon alone when it attacked a defenseless Nat'arus herder. You can find some bones of this Patamon in this armor. After performing the role of Grand Hunter for four cycles, something incredible happened. Reigning Khan Wanu resigned as Khan and announced that Dado would succeed him. This decision came as a surprise, as the office is usually passed on to the descendants. While the descendants of Wanu viewed the whole thing with resentment, the only 16 cycle old Dado faced his next big challenge. In the first cycles of his tenure in particular, it was a little more difficult because he had to earn the respect of the Haloke. Your great-grandfather led our clan for 62 cycles and was the longest reigning Khan in the history of Haloke. He passed the office on to Pinta, who was then his Grand Hunter and became a great friend of great-grandfather's. After his tenure, Dado came back here to the Fallow Plains to spend the rest of his life as a semi-nomad. He was a great man. Since his death we honor him by keeping his armor here. It’s not just armor, it’s his legacy.”