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Malarbor says: The so-called War of Nicki's Minaj has shuddered to a halt in the face of the Mingshi Emperor's "ingenious" defensive strategy of having his defenders commit suicide under the supervision of omnipresent meditative monks, before deleting the evidence in a fit of pique. The Emperor and the returning Diwang then mutually suicided each other bringing us up to the present stalemate. The Alexandrian's have liberated Penguin Island while the Realm of Passio-Corum has placed a sizeable slice of Jingdao's oversea's territory under its own "protection". To accommodate all of these occurrences within a single narrative, where Jingdao is somehow utterly triumphant, has resulted in a display of sophistry that is quite dazzling in its dissonant brilliance. We welcome the advent of the curiously familiar sounding Kuominliantang and the fantastical efforts of an empire to appropriate for itself the rhetorical mantle of anti-imperialism. The only people who are fooled are the ones who want to be fooled (hello, Jack).

Elsewhere the Kaiseress has departed for Athlon on "family business", leaving the somewhat disengaged Steward Dravot in charge once again. As for the nature of that family business, while it is not Malarbor's place to pass judgement (it ought to be though) it does appear that once again, a Kalirion has allowed sentiment to overcome judgement and that a massacre will inevitably ensue. Let's be honest, the only plot twist will be if the daft mare survives.

Meanwhile, there are strange burbling noises emanating from Amokolia. Malarbor assumes that the Nordic yokels are drunk again.

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    Mevwan Languages

    Postby Alicorn » Sun May 22, 2011 6:27 pm

    Mevwan Languages:

    The humans of Mevwan generally speak Ekoin, with significant minorities of Cosash speakers in some mainland communities. Zaee usually pick up Ekoin, but are raised speaking Iozwe; surviving records from the ship may be written in Iozwe, Kimsin, or Caevian, all Zaee languages, and some Zaee learn one or both of the latter. Zaee AIs are usually programmed with translation modules for all of these languages and a variety of foreign ones. The nation "Mevwan" is named for the moon the Zaee ship was trying to reach and colonize before they crashed; the country was originally called Kthropfe, but "Mevwan" was adopted generally out of its easier pronouncability for the Cosash-speaking minority over the objections of a conservative segment of the Ekoin speakers.
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    Re: Mevwan Languages

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    ==Placeholder for Ekoin==
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    Re: Mevwan Languages

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    Re: Mevwan Languages

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    Re: Mevwan Languages

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