Sometimes, veteran player use abbreviations or shorthands that aren't immediatly self-evident to new players, here are some common one. Definitions of game mechanics here are refers to Weaverdice d20. If some two-letter abbrevation is missing here, it might be some of the common perks/flaws, that are too many to all be list here.
AGM: Assistant Game Master
AoO: Attack of opportunity, an attack your opponent can make under certain circumstances. One is a confirmed critical defense against your attack, the other is you exiting their melee range, as well as when moving further away while still inside it.
AP: Unless noted otherwise by the weapon or effect, armor-piercing effects typically treat the armor as one tier lower, ignoring a single lesser of DR. Any points of armor piercing from an attack which exceed the amount of DR the armor has damages shell instead.
aug/augs: Augment, a weaker but more specialized version of power perks you can roll for when you gain shardrep.
CDG: Coup de Grâce, killing a character who can't defend themself or has death sentence.
Conc/Conc check: Consciousness is rolled every time you take a moderate or critical wound, or at least 2 lesser wounds from one attack. Roll 1d10+Guts pips (not including superguts), versus a DC equal to the number of wounds you’ve taken, beyond those absorbed by armor or Superguts. Rolling a flat 10 before modifiers is an automatic success. Only roll for death if the last wound taken was lethal. Being a DC, you need only match the number of wounds taken in order to remain conscious.
Cov: Coverage costume quality. It negates or reduces some burn/freeze effects from wounds.
DC: Difficulty Class, a static number you have to roll against in some cases, like conc check. You succeed on a tie.
Damage/dmg: Damage is usually written compactly. “3m2l burn 1l pierce dmg” for instance means: “3 moderate and 2 lesser burn damage, and 1 lesser piercing damage.”
dr/DR: Damage reduction. 1l DR would reduce all recieved dmg by 1 lesser. 2m becomes 1m1l, 2l becomes 1l.
EO: Efficient Operator, a life perk.
expy: Exported Character, ported to the game from some other art of fiction.
GA: Guardian Angel, a power perk increasing survival chance.
IC: In Character, in opposition to OC/OOC.
L/Less: Lesser, as in a lesser wound sustained in a fight or a effect.
M/Mod: Moderate, as in a moderate wound sustained in a fight or a effect.
OC/OOC: Out of Charcter, in opposition to IC.
OGIB: refers to the Moderate burn Wound/effect “Oh My God It Burns”. The affected take one typeless moderate wound each turn until they use an action to put out the fire.
pvp: Player versus Player combat, one of the focuses of the game.
QG/QGs Questgiver. A person appointed to run quests for players.
Reduc/Reduction: Feature of the withstand skill, reduces all damage by one step of severity. Moderates become lessers, lessers are halved.
SBS: SkitterBabySitter, a bot on the discord channel
SB, SA, SD, SW, SK, SG: Superbrawn, Superathletics, Superdexterity, Superwits, Superknowledge and Superguts respectively. Superpowered version of the base stats that have ranks from 0 to 7. Commonly written together with their rank, e.g. SB3 means Superbawn rank 3.
strigger: Abbreviation for a second trigger.
SwC/SwC2: Street with Cars & Street with Cars 2, two common maps used to play out battles on
WHAU: 'We Have An Understanding', a power perk. Cape understands their power on a deeper level.
Wombat: Sometimes exclaimed when you want to fight or combat someone. Also an innocent animal.
Still too much flying over your head? Unfamiliar with Worm or common rpg terminology? English not your first language? Here are some other useful glossaries: