Words in Common Parlance
- “All A Glimmer”: Generally describes the entrance to a trod or suggests that the natural world is becoming a trod
- “Temple Wives”: prostitutes
- “Valley _____”: Prefix. Fake or cursed. Reference to Aversill: the city in the valley.
- Cursed Womb: a description of a woman who has given birth to someone with a curse.
- “Even the dead have their gods”: There’s a god for everything with the implication that one can’t worry too much about what the gods think.
- “If you pray to the thousand gods, you can’t stop after the first hundred”: A life devoted to the gods requires all of your attention.
- “Here and on the March”: …as in ‘here and on the March’. Work is hard. This is a complaint.
- “From Grey to Red and Cursed Between”: Throughout fallen Aversill.
- “Noeathian Summer”: A particularly harsh winter.
- “Like a fine day in the valley”: A reference to Aversill; not everything is as it seems.
- “Fish and Gimble”: Smuggled goods.
- “All Gosh and Gelios”: Lost beyond belief, when it is you.
- “All Gosh and Gelios and gone”: Lost beyond belief, when it is something you don’t plan on seeing ever again.
- “Like a Goat in Graveyard”: Reference to Orcus, Likely to produce bad results.