Common denominator (or denoms) is a term copiously employed in Weaving (the art of altering the fabric of reality) to describe a feature shared by all items of a grouping.
It is often used to delineate the simplest, truest idea that permeates a system, empirical or theoretical. In the act of altering a system in its entirety, one need only change that system’s common denominator.
Lazuli’s Law of Exception – one of the seven laws of cosmic sway – states: That which cannot be touched by hand, cannot be moved by Kaalà, meaning a Weaver cannot influence what they cannot touch.
However, advancements in the noble art of Weaving have recently discovered that a select few Weavers can, in fact Weave into the immaterial, yet that doing so opens the door to Cosmic Chaos and puts the entire fabric of reality at risk.