Children of 'e
Anthologica Universe Atlas / Universes / Children of 'e

founder: Fenemere
2 language families
1 language
The Great One had 900,000 children.  Afraid for their safety in a chaotic universe, She crafted the Earth of out Her own body and enshrouded it with Her hide to protect it from danger.  And Her children thrived and learned their Arts, for each had an Art that they excelled at beyond anyone else.  The Linguist named all of them, and then used their names to craft their first language, Fenekere.  Then, after many years and many conflicts and wonders, the Story Teller made a wager with the Hunter that she could not hit the Morning Star with her arrow.  When she tried, she failed, and her arrow tore a hole in the sky, which let the Outsiders in.  None of the Outsiders spoke Fenekere, or even tried to learn it.  Fenekere was not a flexible language, and had trouble accommodating Outsider names.  Maofrrao, the dominant language of a group of Outsiders, on the other hand, was able to borrow nearly any Fenekere word.  So, the Linguist began working on another language.  And the story continued...


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