Swift and agile, he is a special patron to the young as they come of age.
Excerpt from Rakash Traditions and Dawvs (book):
Warrior, trader, thief, Pack chief, hunter -- all look to Coshivi to watch over them in their efforts. Overseer of all that does not grow when cultivated, Coshivi is always seen in moonskin. Swift and agile, he is a special patron to the young as they come of age. Also attributed to Coshivi are recurring reports of an unidentified moonskined Rakash who sometimes appears in the thick of combat. This stranger's efforts are credited with helping to turn the tide to favor the Rakash, but when the battle ends, he is nowhere to be found. Coshivi's ire is roused when the preservation of the greater pack is endangered, be it in peace or in war. Shouts of "Coshivi!" serve as a rallying cry to unite the pack. The Rakash say that the number who successfully fled from the west was largely due to Coshivi's vigilance. His symbol is the badger.