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Posted: Nov 8 2011, 01:41 PM
Yes, my young lord.
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Joined: 12-August 11
It's come to my attention that a lot of people are struggling with how to write different languages since they are all fantasy languages. I thought it'd be easiest to assign all the fantasy languages a real language to substitute when writing out languages in roleplaying. This is just a quick reference list, but I'll be adding more to it later.
Note that just because the language your character speaks has been assigned a real language to substitute for it, that doesn't mean that every single word your character uses must be from that language. There's always room for different dialects and whatnot. For example, on ToA, Irish is used for Elven, but if you prefer LotR Elven, you can certainly take words and phrases from that instead.
For a translator, Google Translate is by far the best and most comprehensive language translator on the web. All languages used in this guide will be available on Google Translate.
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