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In Quantum Gravity, god is always left lowercase, even though it is clearly being used in the monotheistic Judeo-Christian form—in other words, it's a proper name, which is always capitalized in proper English. Then I realized two things: 1) the Quantum Bomb messed a lot of stuff up, language being funky is perfectly logical, and 2) the people in the books are specifically trying to avoid any woo-woo stuff. Of course they don't capitalize it. It's like non-believers refusing to capitalize Him. —Red Wren
The No Shows' logo is a heart with an international do not sign through it. This just looks in keeping with the rather off-beat feel of the band, with maybe a touch of What Do You Mean, It's Not Symbolic?, in-universe. Then you find out Zal feels very strongly that Love Is a Weakness, and has been intentionally avoiding it. And it makes sense.