A way of marching with each person as close as possible to the one in front
Perceptible by touch
The eating of human flesh by another human being
A valuable object that has belonged to a family for several generations
An apparatus for burning waste material
The official name for a peculiar person, with some kind of special, supernatural skill that distinguishes him/her from common people
The official name for common people, who have no peculiar abilities
A particular kind of syndrigast, always women, who can change into birds and have the power to manipulate time
Grotesque monsters and former traitor peculiars who attempted to use time loops to cheat death and become entirely immortal, they feed on peculiars, and it is rumored that they reversed time back to before their souls were formed.
A hollowgast who has gorged on enough peculiars to revert back to its human form, it often serves hollowgasts, seeking out peculiars for them to eat, and is distinguished by its white eyes.
Certain points in time that repeat over and over, created and presided over by ymbrynes so that their peculiar wards can remain safe
Someone who sells fish for food
Someone who studies birds
A familiar name for a person
A tiny person
Exemption from punishment
An expert in a field
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Jacob used to live with his Grandpa Portman. Later, Jacob is saddened by the strange death of his grandfather. With signs pointing to the supernatural, he travels to the children's home which housed his grandfather when he was young.
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