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    Teenage Mutant Sarpah -

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    Yeah In the process of drafting her character arc I realized 'Holey Moley! Si'Ni is like a ruder Autistic version of Belle from Beauty and the Beast!' Minus any interest in finding a romantic partner. Her only friends are the characters she reads about,…
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    I seem to remember you saying that she was an almost obsessive reader as well.... which means I could easily image her living in a city known for its universities...
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    Thanks! I think since Si'Ni is born and raised in Hanalu having lived in the Capital City all her life she's gonna have the Native Accent
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    This sounds like a fantastic adventure and I would love to hear more about how it turns out... As I was reading your description I could almost picture the story unfolding... Will you be getting the latest book titled the MAGIC AND MARTIAL ARTS GUIDE? …
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    Nilam's cultural paradigm is a combination of Persian and Arabic influences with the capital city of Hanalu being very much like Constantinople. However it is one of the most varied places due to its neutral nature and institutions of higher learning...
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    Thanks! I think since Si'Ni is born and raised in Hanalu having lived in the Capital City all her life she's gonna have the Native Accent
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    Liked ReaperWolf’s post in the thread ReaperWolf's Shard Event KublaCon 2018....

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    Once again I'm running a Shard event Friday night at KublaCon 2018. I've submitted a preliminary blurb but will likely amend it as the con gets closer. KublaCon 2018 is May 25th - 28th. kublacon.com/ I've learned Californians tend to drag their feet…
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    Nilam's cultural paradigm is a combination of Persian and Arabic influences with the capital city of Hanalu being very much like Constantinople. However it is one of the most varied places due to its neutral nature and institutions of higher learning...
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    Watching a clip from Young Frankenstein hosted by an Italian YouTuber,one of the commentators explained that it is a much loved movie in Italy but because most of the jokes didn't work when translated the Italian Writers had to re-write with their own…
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    Well,...for the sake of Dárdüni fiction, it's less about "modesty" for scholars such as Púrjava, and more about the handy excuse of "that's just not how Dárdüni scribes do things", because of the shared cultural/religious context of why jánah look…
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    Looking at the letters in his name I though of the Animal Crossing character Pave the Peacock character whose name comes from the Portuguese name for Peacock but from hos you described his character I wouldn't think I peacock Janah would be so...Modest a…
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    griffin -

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    Heh! Sorry about that.... ^^ Worry not, though, for if we ever expand upon Púrjava's exploits or writings further, we may develop him more and actually decide upon a jenu for him tucked away in one reference or another... That might eventually come…
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    griffin -

    Liked Teenage Mutant Sarpah’s post in the thread I GOT THE BOOK!.

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    Oh I see 'Secretly fumes because will never be able to get a mental image'
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    The historical scholar Púrjava wrote his works some 300 years before "current day" Dárdünah, and although his writings are well-received and honored by most academies of the world, they are ancient enough that very little is known about the jánah…
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    griffin -

    Liked Teenage Mutant Sarpah’s post in the thread I GOT THE BOOK!.

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    Thanks for the info, May I ask, Who or Specifically what Jenu is Púrjava,?
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    Hey there! Allow me to congratulate you on receiving the Basic Compendium as a holiday gift! Hopefully you'll enjoy reading through the various fictional descriptions of the different elements of our game! As Griffin mentions, the short bits of text…
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    Replied to the thread The "Magic and Martial Arts" book is now COMPLETE!.

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    Yes, the time is nearly here to be able to enjoy all the tasty treats we have been occupied with for these last months! I myself cannot wait to hear each of your feedback as you experience a greater level of understanding regarding the truly fantastic…
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    Liked Scott Jones’s post in the thread The "Magic and Martial Arts" book is now COMPLETE!.

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    I know!!!! We're SO excited! Scottie ^^
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    Liked Teenage Mutant Sarpah’s post in the thread The "Magic and Martial Arts" book is now COMPLETE!.

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    It's the Final Countdown!
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    griffin -

    Liked Ednoria’s post in the thread The "Magic and Martial Arts" book is now COMPLETE!.

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    Huzzah! I'm looking to having both a hardcover and a PDF. Let the countdown begin!