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Hzdhavaramheli Taura, the World. Another Earth in a parallel universe with various points-of-divergence from our reality that took place in a remote past, making certain life and geographic evolution different from what we know.
Marvellous Realms of Wonder Marvellous Realms of Wonder is part of Syndyktea, the region that engulfs the Phenomena Sea, the most remarkable place of Theknownworld.
Taura Benvinguts a MAART, el Magatzem d'Agombolaments de tot Allò Relacionat amb Taura.
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Izambri's troller scale, generated from an isharia discussion and structured from this.

PLAYTIME, CYBER-BANTERING
Fortitude required: disincentivising action required in support of any victim that should reasonably be expected to be of below normal fortitude (e.g. children and vulnerable adults).

Minor severity goblin (1.00 to 1.49) / “dont feed the goblin”
Major severity orc (1.50 to 1.99) / “don’t feed the orc”

TACTICAL, CYBER-TRICKERY
Fortitude required: Minimal action required in support of any victim that should reasonably be expected to be of normal fortitude (e.g. persons who have little contact with the members of the public).

Minor severity troll (2.00 to 2.49) / “don’t feed the troll”
Major severity barrow-wight (2.50 to 2.99) / “don’t feed the barrow-wight”

STRATEGIC, CYBER-BULLYING
Fortitude required: Moderate action required in support of any victim that should not reasonably be expected to be of a person of above normal fortitude (e.g. people who are not in public-facing roles).

Minor severity wraith or nazgûl (3.00 to 3.49) / “don’t feed the wraith” or “don’t feed the nazgûl”
Major severity balrog (3.50 to 3.99) / “don’t feed the balrog”

DOMINATION / CYBER-HICKERY
Fortitude required: Significant action required for any victim that should not reasonably be expected to be of beyond normal fortitude (e.g. people who are not public figures).

Minor severity Sauron (4.00 to 4.49) / “don’t feed the Sauron”
Major severity Melkor (4.50 to 4.99) / “don’t feed the Melkor”
Izambri 9 months ago
The etymology of Anthologica is a matter of occasional family discussion and barfights in the country which arises little to much controversy depending on the mob's mood.

Some scholars have suggested that it comes from ant (eusocial insects of the family Formicidae) + hology "science of holes" + –ica "collection of things (related to the combining root)", so the name would mean "collective scientific study of ant holes". Others suggest that ant– is in fact a short version of anti– "against" used before vowel or h, the toponym thus meaning "collection of (people) against the scientific study of holes".
Izambri read more (1 comment) · 3 years ago
Janko, jizz time. Here are numbers in some of my conlangs (I'll be updating the list as long as I create or change things):

Sate (protolanguage, reconstructed)
1 mi-na, romanized mina
2 nu-wa, romanized nuwa
3 re-te, romanized rete
4 sa-ra-ta, romanized sarata
5 pa-ra-te-na, romanized paratena
6 gi-sa, romanized gisa
7 ru-u-ma, romanized rūma
8 nu-pu-ja, romanized nupuia
9 ga-du-ra, romanized gadura
10 ne-te, romanized nete

Peran (Middle Peran)
1 minas
2 neuas
3 retas
4 sarta
5 brēnas
6 gisas
7 romas
8 nubeas
9 gaulas
10 netse

Hellesan
1 There are four forms for masculine and femenine, both singular and plural: min, mine, mins, mines (definite) and ont, onde, onts, ondes (indefinite).
2 Two forms, one for the masculine and the other for the femenine: neu, noves
3 Two forms, one for the masculine and the other for the femenine: reu, redes
4 Two forms, one for the masculine and the other for the femenine: sarta, sartes
5 Two forms, one for the masculine and the other for the femenine: brè, brenes
6 gis
7 rom
8 noig
9 gol
10 nez

Madinesian
1 yen
2 senet
3 mirat
4 quedda
5 simzat
6 semest
7 tesseragh
8 awaket-maryegh
9 aket-maryegh
10 maryegh
Izambri 4 years ago
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Darte tisar mine cote brede è estassar is fur.
Time to collect some nuts and prepare the burrow.
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mithen, Steven. After the Ice. A Global Human History. 20,000–5,000 BC, by Phoenix (2004). ISBN: 978-0-7538-1392-8. An amazing and outstanding work on humankind's history throughout 15,000 years of its past history, a time of global warming that experienced many changes that shaped the world as we know it today. The book is presented as an imaginary journey through all these years, visiting different places all over the world, during which we learn how archaeology has evolved since its early days and how our vision of prehistory and early Neolithic has radically changed since then. The work is dense and it progresses chronologically, but the chapters are grouped into geographic sections (the Western Asia, Africa, Americas...), so we can choose to read the desired chapters only, or the whole book from beginning to end.
    The provided scientific and objective information is accompanied by recreations of the landscape, the weather changes or the human life and customs for every time and area, although some human scenes should be taken with caution since they're too speculative and clearly fictive. But that kind of speculation is welcome if the reader is intelligent enough as to separate the wheat from the chaff and use these fictional recreations to make the proper questions and take more advantage from the book than previously thought.
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quoting Whimemsz, Novice Speaker:
That was quite the Shyamalan twist at the end!

*Izambri cleans his teeth with a twig*


On the other hand...

That was quite the Shyamalan twist at the end!
Atzà nas tarmant èu min vind Shyamalan tir erd!
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Wandering rhapsode that appears intermittently at random places. 100% hairless tongue. Cosmos formatter for literary purposes.

~Forging tongues and worlds since 1992~

Interests? History, with three big loves: Minoans and the Bronze Age, medieval and Renaissance Europe, and the troubadour culture, also known as Occitano-Catalan civilization. What's more? Legends and mythology, geopolitics and geostrategy, cartography, heraldry, typography, music, painting, literature (more fantasy, sci-fi and ancient classics than realism and historical fiction) and, of course, conlangs and conworlds.
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