“…These are the lost, the downtrodden, those who have been abused and betrayed. They are farmers who have lost their lands, and dancers who have lost their clientele. Fathers who have lost their children, and children who have lost their mothers.”
~Father Leovildt to Kryh when he stumbles upon the priest’s village to find masses of people looking to him for help.
This quote shows the hopelessness that has invaded the minds of the common people in Winter’s Bite. But they hold on to the hope that someone will arise and deliver them from the sorrows they have been dealt.