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Giant ravens were particularly clever and trouble-making creatures. Domesticated ravens were prone to thievery and often played practical jokes on their handlers.
While they only attacked other creatures while under duress, giant ravens pestered their foes with hit-and-run maneuvers made while in flight.
Giant ravens lived alone or in mated pairs. Occasionally a few grouped together in small flocks that shared a nesting territory.
Throughout their history, the Black Raven tribe of Uthgardt barbarians reared the birds whose name they adopted as their own. They cared for the ravens from the time they hatched until they could be ridden as aerial steeds.