Throughout the busy cities and markets of The Isles of Orlend
you'll hear many phrases and expressions. Some Folks may be more articulate than others based on their Social Class
and it can be hard to decipher some sentences if their accent is very strong or mixed with foriegn nuances.
||How are you? / Are you alright? A common passing greeting in Orlend.
|"Never look down on someone unless you're admiring their shoes!"
||A common parenting phrase to remind children not to judge other people.
||Where is it?
|"Strange gloat, but fair."
||To express confusion at why someone would brag or be proud about something so specific.
||That's our boy! (kin, adopted relative, or friend)
|“It’s a god-eat-god world out there.”
||Times are hard and the world is in chaos. Be careful in your daily life and it might last longer.
|"Thassa gert biggun!"
||That's a great big one!
|"Ooh! Ark at ee!"
||Look at you! / Check you out!
|"Rite I'm of'fine summat t'eet."
||Right, I'm off to find something to eat.
|“A bird never flew on one wing.”
||You've got to put in more effort than that in order to succeeed.