When Ravens Sing
- “Taal’s teeth!”: A curse for sharp and uncomfortable situations.
- “He felt the breath of Morr on his neck.”: He thought he was going to die.
- “Grinning like old Morr himself.”: To have a skull-like or macabre grin.
- “He dancing with Morr now.”: He’s dead.
- “Like the wolves of Ulric were after him!”: He ran very quickly indeed.
- “As sure as Sigmar’s Sausage!”: An obscure expression of uncertain origin and meaning.
- “He’ll pay tuppence and a sword.”: His actions will bring about his death. Two coins and a sword are all you need to get buried in a Garden of Morr.
- “He’ll sup with Ranald.”: He’ll take his changes.
- “Drink deep, or not at all, of the Myrmidian Spring.”: The Myrmidian Spring is a source of steadfastness and courage that enables folks to carry out impossible orders.