Commentary, The Continuing Adventures of Sif No. 23

I only do a little bit of proofreading before I post entries—as the occasional typo suggests—but one of the things I do look for is the fictional grammar I have going here. Kvinna is the counterpart to Herre, Lady to the latter’s Lord. One Norrman, two or more Norrmanne, which is why it’s the Norrmannrike (two Ns) and not the Norrmanrike. It’s an empire of more than one Norrman.

Before The Long Retreat, I revamped this universe to feel more Viking. Compared to the previous iteration, this history is exactly the same. It fits the setting better because the language changed, not because the events did.

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