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Lords and Ladies: A Novel of Discworld Setting & Symbolism

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Octarine

Octarine is an extra color on the Discworld color spectrum. Only visible to those attuned to magic, like wizards and witches, octarine is the color of magic, and most magical acts produce it.

Lancre

Lancre is a hubward kingdom of forested hills. The principle town, also called Lancre, is ancient and was probably founded by the ancestors of the Ogg family. It is generally a peaceful kingdom, as its thicket hillsides make for poor settlement and agriculture.

The Dancers

The Dancers are a set of three large stones forming a circle atop a hill near the town of Lancre. The stones were made by the dwarfs out of molten Thunderbolt iron and are wards against incursion by the iron-fearing Lords and Ladies.

The Long Man

The name of the ancient burial mounds of the Ogg family. There are three mounds, which together form the shape of the...

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