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[[Vurms|vurm]] blood is used to create '''''drahts''''' - glowing, unique identity symbols for the ultra-conservative [[Dwarfs]] known as [[Deep-Downers]] - which are made by tattooing vurm blood under the skin. This is a powerful concept in Dwarf society. When [[Samuel Vimes]] gets his own Draht, but from a different source ( the [[Mine sign|Guarding Dark]]), Dwarfs respond with awe and respect. Which Sam knows exactly how to exploit.  
[[Vurms|Vurm]] blood is used to create '''''drahts''''' - glowing, unique identity symbols for the ultra-conservative [[Dwarfs]] known as [[Deep-Downers]] - which are made by tattooing vurm blood under the skin. This is a powerful concept in Dwarf society. When [[Samuel Vimes]] gets his own Draht, but from a different source ( the [[Mine sign|Guarding Dark]]), Dwarfs respond with awe and respect. Which Sam knows exactly how to exploit.  


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Revision as of 21:24, 10 June 2017

Vurm blood is used to create drahts - glowing, unique identity symbols for the ultra-conservative Dwarfs known as Deep-Downers - which are made by tattooing vurm blood under the skin. This is a powerful concept in Dwarf society. When Samuel Vimes gets his own Draht, but from a different source ( the Guarding Dark), Dwarfs respond with awe and respect. Which Sam knows exactly how to exploit.