Finally some dialogue! Sordon’s exclamation, “Vanassa’s Teats!” is a reference to one of the gods of our setting. In the words of our story bible: “She is called the goddess of love by some, the goddess of greed by others, and the goddess of wrath by still more. Those who look at the gods through a scholarly lens see her as the goddess of the soul. She is the goddess of love and hate, and of pleasure and pain.”
At this point, this is my favorite page thus far.
Who doesn’t want to write this page? Everybody wants to write this scene at some point.
I love Iosephus the Trader. I hope you guys will too.
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