A Daer proverb advising against wearing piercings, especially to signify a commitment. | In which proposals are made and partnerships are formed.
A Dansleyan proverb about first impressions. | In which everyone gets to know each other, and Khimaera and Ada cross paths with the cops.
A Daer proverb, usually used to admonish someone who seems to have gone looking for trouble. | In which Chazei and Ada stumble into trouble.
A Dansleyan proverb about taking small steps in a larger plan. The full version goes “It’s hard to make the journey but it’s easy to put on sandals”. | In which etiquette lessons begin and Khimaera and Ada go drinking.
A Daer proverb about revenge. | In which the cops bond over sports and Ada visits her mother in the hospital.
A Dansleyan proverb about concealing one’s true unpleasant nature. | In which there is an engagement party.
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A Daer proverb describing something well-hidden or perfectly camouflaged. | In which Kaursson and Chazei investigate the disappearance of Ada Feldon.
A Dansleyan proverb about the necessity of rest. | In which Ada meets Khimaera’s family, and Cross keeps hunting.
A proverb shared by Daer and Dansleyans, meaning all things must end. | In which the river meets the sea.