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Con-langs~

Postby kivore » Mon Apr 07, 2008 3:33 am

I'm not sure if this works here but yet it does...

Has anyone created their own language for a fantasy novel or writing? I love languages and I have created a few in the past but am now working on trying to establish one. The past ones I just rearranged the alphabet, what can I say, I was young. XD

You can see some of my language on my short story I posted on the writer's forum. I'm told it has a Latin-esk sound ot it. I was trying to go for a Elvish smooth flow of the tongue feel.

Anywho, 'nough 'bout me...Back to my original question: Has anyone else created their own language?
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Postby JPRowan » Fri May 09, 2008 8:12 am

I have!

I'm told it sounds like Navajo.

Tis fun.
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Postby stolide » Fri Sep 19, 2008 12:48 am

I used to have files of artifical languages that I made, and others that I used for refference... And that was when I was 10 years old...

I made my own versions of a few languages, and a few writing systems and number systems to go with them. For the sake of realism in my fantasy and DnD campaigns there was rarely a decal number system used...

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