[Glorantha]Re: Seasonal adjectives

From: Paul May <kax_at_orac.net.au>
Date: Mon, 06 Dec 2004 08:23:00 +1100


At 11:02 PM 5/12/04, JGeard wrote:
>I've got a story going where the first draft refers to the plant
>"wintersweet". Like the real-world plant of that name, its characteristics
>are that it flowers on bare wood in "winter" and that it smells sweet.
>Darkness-season-sweet doesn't quite cut it as an equivalent.

  Darksweet? Nice evocative name. Maybe there's a Stormsweet variant, with leathery petals...

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