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Almost done with second part of the series, so figured I'd take a break and straighten some things up on the conlang generator. Now you can set up word-patterns for up to four languages at a time, if you want to track which languages get certain vowels, consonants, and word-patterns (to avoid duplication or to make sure you're keeping things pretty distinct). Do one to four, and each one will produce a link. Copy & paste that into your browser, and you'll get the conlang generator with everything entered, and all you have to do is click on GENERATE to get results.


I figured for the random SFF RPG that wanted consistent conlang vocabulary, it'd work for people passing along the link so others can generate additional words under the same rules. Besides, Firefox keeps crashing on me and I keep losing the rules I'd laid out for each conlang, so I needed a way to save them. Bleah.


Yes, I really am such a dork.

ETA: whoops, sorry, got the testsite confused with the live site. URL fixed now.

Date: 15 Dec 2012 09:31 pm (UTC)
From: (Anonymous)
Neither of those links appear to be working, unfortunately.

Date: 16 Dec 2012 04:50 am (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] sharibet
Thanks! I'm having fun playing with this. (And it's timely--I'm working on a fantasy novel right now, and I need a new language/culture to add to my two existing examples.)

Date: 15 Dec 2012 11:51 pm (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] annotated_em
I haven't mentioned that this is a fun toy to play with, but it totally is.


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