Jones Walther

Dodge. Dodge like your life depends on it. You may not be concerned about them now; you may dismiss this as being overly paranoid, but when it comes to them, one can never be too paranoid. They watch and they wait for the perfect time to strike, for when you believe you may have found some sort of respite from their relentless bombardments. Do not forget what they can do. Let every feather snap you to your guard. Let every disgusting, dried stain remind you of those who fell before. Let every caw, squawk, or screech draw your eyes to the sky so that when you inevitably become a target, you have at least some chance of saving yourself. Do not forget. Make sure you are prepared and alert, so that when necessary, you can still dodge.