Ringlorn

Ringlorn

adj.
the wish that the modern world felt as epic as the one depicted in old stories and folktales—a place of tragedy and transcendence, of oaths and omens and fates, where everyday life felt like a quest for glory, a mythic bond with an ancient past, or a battle for survival against a clear enemy, rather than an open-ended parlor game where all the rules are made up and the points don’t matter.

From ring, a key element in many sagas and myths + -lorn, sorely missing. Pronounced “ring- lawrn.”

Foreclearing

Jouska

Plata Rasa

Aubadoir

Wildred

Chrysalism

Zielschmerz

Idlewild

La Cuna

Harmonoia

Vulture Shock

Volander

Ameneurosis

Scabulous

Elsewise

Kairosclerosis

Ne’er-Be-Gone

The Kick Drop

Heartworm

Fardle-Din

The Kinder Surprise

Ledsome

Midding

Keir

Mauerbauertraurigkeit

Mauerbauer-traurigkeit

Rialtoscuro

Spinning Playback Head