B Sanders

ALRB Logo - 6 other languages
ALRB Logo - 6 other languages by @fragmented_imagination (B Sanders)

Aaaaaaand another one of these. However, instead of any real-world languages, I've modified the logo with some of my constructed languages, a couple of which I have already featured in my other works.

  • Alkcçn: language of the Akxliqħ Rih (one of a species of intelligent reptiles, kinda look like dragons) of the world of Gheduh
  • Bashyran: language of the Bashra people of the world of Otnva
  • Fleyt: language of the Kolridian people of the world of South
  • Jezbud: common language of the Afarit
  • Neddeji: the only known language of the kappa, an amphibious youkai of Japan
  • Satamma: one of the lesser-spoken family languages of the Lussarin people of the world of Shanlle

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Posted: Sunday, 12 March, 2023 @ 04:18 PM

This is how they get ya: One minute you're enjoying some science fantasy fluff and next thing you know you're studying Sindarin in university. >:O

Posted: Monday, 13 March, 2023 @ 02:27 AM

@Thorvald: wejpuH… Heghqu’laH SInDarIn Hol jay’! tlhIngan Hol Daj law’ SInDarIn Daj puS! tlhIngan Hol ‘e’ cha’ ja’wI’ jIghItlhta’qu’! elv tIqHomDu’ vISopqu’ jIH ‘ej tuHghach vISopHa’ jIH baQa’! tlhIngan Hol Qapla’!

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