Jingdao lands on dark side of Sweden
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OSLO - In a historic first, Jingdao has successfully landed a reconnaissance team on the dark side of Sweden. The Jingdaoese National Space Administration landed the reconnaissance craft, officially named Nuowei 1 at 10:26 Daocheng time on Thursday near Oslo. Until recently, few considered it feasible for a Jingdaoese team to gain access to Noirway, as the dark side of Sweden is also called. Previously teams were stopped at the border, even if they would produce European passports. This changed when Captain Toutoumomo of the Tegong team that oversees and instructs Carl XVI Gustaf visited a Christmas market at Slottstorget in Gävle. Here he was able to acquire a machine that looked like a giant straw goat, but could hold a dozen Jingdaoese soldiers and be transported across the internal border without even raising one custom officer's eyebrow.

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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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    ==Placeholder for Ekoin==
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    Re: Mevwan Languages

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    Re: Mevwan Languages

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