Category: Conlangs

D&D Draconic (Glav) Language

Based off information here: https://forgottenrealms.fandom.com/wiki/Draconic_language Attributes: Hard consonants, hissing sounds, and throat sounds.Stress on the first syllable; stress on first and last syllables for important ideas.Modifier words (adjectives, adverbs) get placed before the modified word in descending order of importance. Modifier word may be repeated after the modified word as well for emphasis.Iokharic writing system. …

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D&D Language Construction?

I’m playing D&D for the first time this year. We just did our second session tonight, and I’m a complete newbie. However, I was able to make my character a LINGUIST which was really exciting for me. However, I’m not finding much information about D&D languages. Part of me figured there’d be some more stuff …

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Lightning talk: Conlangs

Linkin’ it here so I don’t lose it. http://rejcx.moosader.com/dl/conlangs.pdf

The Problem with the Public Domain

Let me tell you about one of my more strange hobbies: making content in constructed languages. I can draw, I can play the piano, I can animate, and I can program video games and utilities. I’ve made multiple blogs for different languages, such as Esperanto, Ido, and Láadan, and I have a YouTube channel for conlang-related …

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DIALECT: A Game about Language and How it Dies

I love languages, and I love constructed languages. Years ago, I heard about a Kickstarter for this game: Dialect. I was excited, and so were other Esperantists. I finally received my physical copy of the game and I was so excited to play it with friends, and seeing the variety of Backdrops provided with the …

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La Ido Linguo and Sharing it with Others

Esperanto has a problem with branding. Can Ido be a blank slate for introducing others to Auxiliary languages? Most people who have already heard of Esperanto, regard it with disdain, for some reason. I think part of the problem is that they see it as egotistical for one man to invent a language. Some people …

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