I'm aware. I can use the practice, though. Here's some of the glossary entries (which I can't find the data files for).
Five Losses and Three Deficiencies
A folk belief regarding those who are occupied in dealing with gods and spirits, saying that those who pry into the mysteries of heaven will receive divine retribution. The Five Losses are loss of wife, loss of husband, loss of parents, loss of children, and physical disability; the Three Deficiencies are scarcity of money, shortness of life, and lack of power.
A Taiwanese Aboriginal people who live within the borders of Taitung, Pingtung, and Kaohsiung counties, with a population over ten thousand. Based on geographical and linguistic differences, the Rukai can be divided into the Lower Three Villages, the Western Rukai, and the Eastern Rukai. The Lower Three Villages are closely interspersed with the Paiwan people and intermarriage is common; their intermingling is recorded in mythological tradition, and the Rukai were classified together with the Paiwan during the Japanese occupational period. References in this game are primarily to the Wutai, an Eastern Rukai tribe.
Pronounced "Aidridringane" in the Rukai language, which means "the hidden one"; an invisible but omnipresent spiritual being. Many stories about this spirit exist. One says that it is the god of the holy land of Kaliala, cursing those who dare to invade it. Another says that it is the god of the Great Lake of Ghosts, and is married to the Baleng Princess. The Rukai have many taboos surrounding Alili'an.
Wutai Township, or Vedai in the Rukai language, a township in the northeast of Pingtung County, Taiwan. According to tradition, when Rukai people of the Haocha tribe first migrated through here, the tribe's leopard cats lingered, indicating that it was a suitable place to settle, and the Wutai tribe was established.