Santharian Development

Organization and General Discussions => Organizational Schedules => Topic started by: Seagazer on 01 November 2015, 12:17:30



Title: Seagazer's Development Schedule
Post by: Seagazer on 01 November 2015, 12:17:30
On Site.
  • Principles of Kh'omchr'om - grammatical thoughts on the lingua franca of the Orcs

Approved.
  • Malleus Mallefiz - 9th century Manthrian witchfinder

Awaiting Approval.
  • Nathembly - a quaint and prosperous Manthrian village with some dark history
  • Barekmahr - a Manthrian town of trash and rogues
  • Verse Curse - a curse to speak in rhyme
  • Fang Julin - ancient Manthrian town noted for its inhabitants' pride and conservatism

Working On.
  • Witchking's Cliff - a desolate and perhaps haunted cliff face in the Santharian proviince of Vardưnn
  • Tan Brandywine - the Hobbit Blessedvale of social joy and alcohol



Title: Re: Seagazer's Development Schedule
Post by: Shabakuk Zeborius Anfang on 12 November 2015, 05:20:31
I'd be interested in hearing about that witches' curse you mention there, of course!  :cool:


Title: Re: Seagazer's Development Schedule
Post by: Mina on 12 November 2015, 22:46:49
You abandoned the Rhom-oc language you mentioned you were working on a while back?   :(


Title: Re: Seagazer's Development Schedule
Post by: Seagazer on 13 November 2015, 07:26:08
I thought that adding a language to an otherwise fairly underdeveloped tribe wouldn't be adding a whole lot. With your development of the Volkek-Oshra language, it fitted into your existing developmental plans.

If I move to the north more permanently, the Heath of Wilderon would be richer with a language.


Title: Re: Seagazer's Development Schedule
Post by: Mina on 13 November 2015, 17:05:38
I thought that adding a language to an otherwise fairly underdeveloped tribe wouldn't be adding a whole lot. With your development of the Volkek-Oshra language, it fitted into your existing developmental plans.
Argh, no, I'm not ready to take on something so huge again so soon.  Don't make me do it.   :buck:  Besides, I like seeing more people creating languages.   ;) :P

But I guess it's true that the tribe being underdeveloped might be a problem.  Culture is so closely intertwined with language after all.