The monumental-style script of the Second Language is an elaborate logographic system built on the names of the sixteen aspects of the Supreme Being, or nvv̀n. Derived from a matrix of each of the divine names of the aspects, or gods, each of the 450 component glyphs is a crossing of two gods, and represents a plant or animal. The second language, 2L, is a philosophical language, where each piece of its vocabulary can constitute the basis for a further refined concept. By understanding the relationships between these concepts—such as how the verblike adjective ʔjj́x, "to be yellow," is understood to relate to ʔjj̄x, "flying snake"—a great deal of cultural nuance and perspective can be extracted from the composition of the language itself. That all being said, despite the abundance of absolutes in which Vana Gloria deals, it is also rife with mystery: dozens of glyphs, containing the words of the god Hypostasis (whose words are used only in Name syllables) and the goddess Hubris (whose words are entirely lost to us, and have possibly been stricken from history), remain mysteries.contribute your own... past features...
- The god Derision nearly died trying to achieve divinity and was revived and granted the godhood by the mother goddess Mieril.
- Although Shapshiruckish defines ten unique numerals, larger numbers must be assembled through extensive repetition.
- You can convert simple Word documents to Anthologica articles! Save the document as "web page, filtered," open it with a plain text editor such as Notepad, and paste the body section into a wiki page. (Just make sure you set the wiki page format to HTML.) A tutorial for this will be available shortly.
This functionality also automatically assigns the correct group to all child pages recursively, so what used to be an impossible task is now a possible, even easy task.
PHP 7 is pretty confusing.
Anyway, I believe this primarily affected changing avatars and other tasks that required thumbnailing; simply adding images to articles is ostensibly unaffected.