2006-02-19 [ShiftySkillet]: way to be bored in some class, xido! :p
2006-02-20 [Lunnie]: Mmm interesting. o.o;; Maybe you could try making a font out of those or some clear graphics. It's a little hard to read. Either way, -watches- ^__^
2006-02-20 [xido]: I AM making a font out of them.... see the big one up top... I have all 45 of them like that. I am editing them currently for use as a font. I didn't know this page could be openly viewed... I just thought I'd make some noise about it until someone asked.... I actually set it up so that it was only viewable and editable by me... How come that isn't working? Not to throw you guys out, but I wanted it to work right..... :(
2006-02-20 [Lunnie]: I have no clue, but can I have your font once it's done? XD
2006-02-20 [iippo]: You need a forum to hide it. The choice is viewable by forum members only and editable by owner only, not viewable and editable by owner only. :)
2006-02-23 [Darvitch]: My friend... Such content is somewhat captivating for myself, in a tense way, considering the supposed "source" of information. I beg for your sincerity on awnsering me some questions, if you do not mind it, of course: Is this content actually worth considering practical or historically correct in the way I am thinking? And, if it is, where, how and when you acquired this knowledge? Sorry if I sound agressive. This is me. All the best for all of you.
2006-02-26 [xido]: I see about the forum... darn it all... oh well... Um, when the font is finished, we're gonna start talking about publication, so I'll consider it... maybe only if I get something in return for it... ;) The type face is mixed from earthly letters, runes, and what I believe the fantasy draconic alphabet to look like, and have created it as the first phase in an endeavor to create an alphabet and basic diction of all the common D&D fantasy languages... I hope to utilize them for a publication for Wizards of the Coast/ D&D... We'll see.
2006-02-28 [xido]: Fantasy Languages
Common language and script
Elven language and script
Dwarven language and script
Gnome language and script
Halfling language and script
Avariel Language and Script
Minotaur Language and Script
Anakim Language and Script
Githy Language and Script
Laudin Language and Script
Auran Language and Script
Aquan Language and Script
Ignan Language and Script
Terran Language and Script
Celestial Language and Script
Infernal Language and Script
Abyssal Language and Script
Titanic Language and Script
Goblin Language and Script
Sylvan Language and Script
Druidic Language and Script
Undercommon Language and Script
Faunar Language and Script
Kanaalian Language and Script
Renshunese Language and Script
Keraphian Language and Script
Arcanthium Language and Sigils
Aleph Language, Script and Functions
All of these pages are under construction and may not accept comments from non-Elftowners
2006-02-28 [Darvitch]: Well... In that case, I congratulate you for your admirable work and I equally wish you sucess in your publication.
2006-03-12 [xido]: ;) Thank you, dear friend. The good measure is well-noted and equally given back. Hopefully more will come of this soon.
2006-12-10 dragonfan: Do you have more words in draconic language than there are in the book Draconomicon that DnD has put out?
2006-12-10 [xido]: Hi, dragonfan, and to answer your question, yes, but only a slight few more. I am currently trying to get in touch with Owen K. C. Stephens, the original author of the Dragon Magazine article, "Dragontongue" in issue #284, so that I can feature more 'authentic' information on the full language of dragons. I do not currently have this issue, but you can find info on it here:
You can also find an article on Dragon Names by him in issue #260:
As I said, I do not currently have these articles or issues of the gaming magazine to feature "authentic" draconic material other than what has been presented in the Draconomicon, but as this page progresses, more will be featured, and if new information comes to light, I will make sure it is posted. I would also appreciate anyone who owns or purchases the issues of these publications (which are available in print or as an Adobe .pdf file on the web - http://paizo.c
Thanks for commenting dragonfan, and because you are the first non-ET person to pop up, I'd like to ask: How did you hear about this page?
2007-04-19 [xido]: I now own the article I referred to in the above comment.
I am considering a mutual project with Owen K. C. Stephens in the future, after my representative gets in touch with him through Wizards or Paizo.
2007-05-29 [Galadhwen]: This is so cool and I like what I see.Can anyone tell me if they have a dragon script by dr, ernest drake from the book Dragonology??
2007-06-01 [xido]: I own that book. It uses purely Nordic Runes, which are also the script which Tolkien used for Hobbits in his series.
Thanks and best wishes!