Now On Patreon: Njor Idioms
Yesterday I gave a preview of Njor culture for a fantasy setting. One of the things I often like to do to explore the attitude and tone of a culture is to write up some words of wisdom common among them. Over on my my Patreon, I listed twenty-one common Njor idioms.
Right now the full list of 21 idioms (and all Thursday blog posts) is Patreon-exclusive, because I need to grow my Patreon to keep spending time writing blog posts and other public content. However, once my Patreon funding level hits $1,000/month, I’ll go back to posting my Thursday posts free for all to see here, AND I’ll create and maintain an index page of all my PF2 articles for Patrons, so they can easily access all my online PF2 content!
But here are 3 of those idioms, as a teaser.
Railing against the storm does not stop the snow.
The cleverest fox is still a poor wolf, the strongest wolf is still a poor fox.
Respect your elders. They have survived that which you have not yet faced.
Support A number of folks have asked about helping me cover my medical expenses as I recover from my pulmonary embolism, and prepare to battle my cancer. While I’ll do a GoFundMe if I absolutely have to, and expect there to be more product bundles to raise funds come April, the main way to support me right now is to join (or increase your pledge level) at my Patreon, or make a direct contribution at my Ko-Fi.
Posted on March 23, 2023, in Microsetting, System Agnostic and tagged gaming, Geekery, Merothia, Njor, Worldbuilding. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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