Brillian is the variant of Cithhur that originated in Brilliance and spread to the surrounding settlements. The dialect is characterized by a careful overenunciation of syllables and a tendency to keep certain sounds towards the back of the throat. The classification of Brillian as a dialect distinct from Cithhur only occurred toward the end of… read more »


Bring-Your-Own-Kettle is a traveler’s song that reached popularity around the turn of the 14th century. It consists of a wordless melody to be played on any instrument and intended to be altered based on the player’s whims. The inverted version of the melody is also popular, and can be played on most pitched percussion instruments…. read more »


Bellsingers are the magic-users of Chime and its surrounding area.