A generic portfolio for languages of alternate histories taking place primarily in North America. Because work on such languages first requires an alternate history, a thought-out scenario should be presented before a conlang may be entered into this portfolio.
A dyson sphere populated by life forcibly taken from across the multiverse. Very scientific magic and magic based technology. Most inhabitants do not know that they are on a sphere, only that the star filled sky is now starless and the world is not their own.
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This is the story of the Dragon People, or the Children of 'e, their encounter with Outsiders from the Hole in the Sky, and their struggle with a changing Earth. It is backstory for Harmless Free Radicals and The Epic of Sally Robertson.
Named after one of the Romans' own demonyms for themselves, this universe looks at what could have happened if there had been a much greater and more stable Roman ethnic expansion across the Mediterranean, and what their Latin-descendant languages would look like today.
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The Kölldrunn is a rogue star system ejected from the ESO 510-G13 Galaxy. It wanders deep space, consisting of the single star Alchaille and two planets. The first, for which this universe is named, is Kölldrunn, and the second, it's sister planet, is Wohlodt. In addition to these two planets, the Kölldrunn is privy to a single moon, merceceis, which is approximately 248 Kilometers in diameter, about 1/7th the size of the Earth moon.
The world of my novel/story in progress. There exists the real world, which exists as a parallel reality, and the world of Shavam, where there is a mortal and an divine realm separate from one another.
Billions of worlds united by the Hyperspase Travelling System and the Gallactic Hypernet can hardly be described in a brief summary. Uncounted races, nations, cultures and languages entangled in an intricate knot of relations and сontradictions, that's what it is.
“And now, a hushed crowd nervously awaits the final decision of the judge: is Microsoft Excel in fact the most powerful spreadsheet for powerful computers? Will it solidify the new machine’s place in world business? Will it resurrect the art of financial presentation? Is it the irresistable force that will lead us into the future, away from—”