Ethereal a. - Light, airy, heavenly or celestial. Inputting any type of Godmode or noclip cheat would cause the words 'You feel ethereal' to appear on screen to confirm it had worked.
Plutocracy n. - A government or state in which the wealthy class rules.
Leo Gold: "Don’t believe me? It’s all in the numbers. For a hundred years, there’s been a conspiracy of plutocrats against ordinary people..."
Rhetoric n. - The undue use of exaggeration or display; bombast.
Isaac: "Rhetoric - and you believe it!"
Cloister n. - A covered walk, especially in a religious institution, having an open arcade or colonnade usually opening onto a courtyard. In a bunch of temples, you must beat the Cloister of Trials in order to gain Summons.
Sigil n. - A sign or image supposedly having magical power. Each character must have a matching crest and sigil in order to find their ultimate weapons.
Longinus n. - The Roman Soldier said to have pierced Jesus in his side with a lance whilst he was on the Cross. The Longinus is one of the ultimate weapons, fittingly, a spear.
Carapace n. - A bony or chitinous shield, test, or shell covering some or all of the dorsal part of an animal, as of a turtle. As you are perpetually poor in this game, I used to try and harvest Iron Carapaces in order to sell for slightly-above-pittance pay.
Halberd n. - A shafted weapon with an axlike cutting blade, beak, and apical spike, used especially in the 15th and 16th centuries. Some of England's finest troops!
Hospitaller n. - A member of the religious and military order originating about the time of the first Crusade and taking its name from a hospital at Jerusalem. Knights Hospitaller are some of the most bad-ass units in the game.
Arbalest n. - A powerful medieval crossbow with a steel bow, used to shoot stones, metal balls, arrows, etc. A basic ranged weapon in the game.
Pavise n. - A large oblong shield of the late 14th through the early 16th centuries, often covering the entire body and used especially by archers and soldiers of the infantry. Something for the cowardly arbalesters to hide behind whilst reloading.