I. Conworlds
I.a. Science Fiction Settings
I.a-1.) “The Space Bunnies”
I.b. Fantasy Settings
I.b-1.) “The Sovereignty Cycle”
I.b-2.) “The Nocturnals”
I. Conlangs
I.a. Boreanic Languages
I.a-1.) “Faenaril”
I.a-1.) “Mal’naril”
I.a-1.) “Proto-Borean”
I.b. Saurian

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I. Conworlds


I.a. Science Fiction Settings


I.a-1.) “The Space Bunnies” (ca. 2001 ~ present)

A team of superheroines who travel the universe fighting space evil.

Inspirations included Lost in Space, the original Star Trek, Space Ghost and The Herculoids, Heavy Metal and Heavy Metal 2000, Airplane II: The Sequel, Howard the Duck, Spaceballs, Amazon Women on the Moon, Felix the Cat: The Movie, Earthworm Jim, The 5th Element, Starship Troopers, and Futurama.

I.b. Fantasy Settings


I.b-1.) “The Sovereignty Cycle” (ca. 2000 ~ present)

The Sovereignty Cycle” is a series of novels I was writing from 2000 C.E. to 2013 C.E. (which I plan to finish now that I’ve got the files off of the crashed hard-drive I had the documents stored on). For more information, see Fiction & Worldbuilding: The Sovereignty Cycle.

Inspirations included The Epic of Gilgamesh, Homer’s Illiad & Odyssey, Hesiod’s Theogeny, the works of Aeschylus, Sophocles, Euripides, Virgil, Horace, and Ovid, Beowulf, the Poetic Edda, Snorri Sturluson’s Prose Edda, Jacobus da Varagine’s Golden Legend, Dante Alighieri’s Divine Comedy, Bram Stoker’s Dracula, James Frazer’s The Golden Bough, and Eric Rücker Eddison’s The Worm Ouroboros.

I.b-1.) “The Nocturnals” (ca. 1999 ~ 2008)

A young team of paranormal investigators research strange phenomena in the Pacific Northwest.

Inspired by the works of Mary Shelley, Bram Stoker, and H. P. Lovecraft, classic B-grade horror movies like Evil Dead II and Return of the Living Dead, more mainstream films like Poltergeist and Gremlins, children’s books like R. L. Stine’s Fear Street and Goosebumps, and television shows like Scooby Doo, Twin Peaks, Are You Afraid of the Dark?, The X-Files, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and Eerie, Indiana, this paranormal fantasy took place in the small town of Oddfellows, Washington. I didn’t think of a name for the titular paranormal investigation group itself until relatively late in the creation process, and had originally titled their first adventure simply as “Oddfellows”, but ended up naming the investigation team “The Nocturnals” after a paranormal investigation group I was a part of from 2000-2002 or so, and began working on a prequel (or would it be an interquel, since the first adventure still hadn’t been completed yet?).

II. Conlangs


II.a. Boreanic Languages

Proto-Borean [PB] — Aildilingillhie [] (“The Eldertongue”) or Narallhio
☠ [PB] Elder Dialect (attested form)
Old Borean [OB] — Äÿldilÿŋgallisseth [] (“The Eldertongue”) or Närallisseth
☠ [OB] Pre-attested Elder Dialect / “Lost Dialect”
☠ [OB] Standard Elder Dialect (attested form)
☠ Meridian [ML]
☠ [ML] Old Meridian
☠ [ML] Old East Meridian
☠ [ML] East Meridian
☠ [ML] Old West Meridian
☠ [ML] Nordic Dialect
☠ [ML] West Meridian
☠ Sylvanian [SL]
☠ [SL] East Sylvanian
☠ [SL] West Sylvanian
☠ [OB] Marine Dialect
☠ [OB] Sylvan Dialect
☠ Old Faerish [OF]
☠ [OF] Elven Dialect
☠ Old Elfish [OE]
☠ [OE]
☠ [OF] Hobling Dialect
☠ Hobling [HL]
☠ [HL] Gnomish
☠ [HL] Wood-hobbish
☠ [HL] Cellar-hobbish
☠ [OF] Sylvan Dialect
☠ Old Sylphish [OS]
☠ [OS] Woodelven
☠ [OB] Terran Dialect
☠ Old Terran [OT]
☠ [OT] Dwarven Dialect
☠ Old Dwarfish [OD]
☠ [OD] Barrodwarven
☠ [OD] Delfdwarghairn
☠ [OD] Mountaindwarfish
☠ [OD] Wolddwarrown
☠ Dwarrowspeak [DS]
☠ [OT] Knockryn Dialect
☠ [OT] Swartelven Dialect
☠ Elder Trowen [ET]
☠ [ET] Netherfaery Dialect
☠ lekth (lexeme, dialect) lukth (luxury, Lucifer)

II.a-1.) Faenaril

(Chaos & Virtue: Sovereignty: Linguistic Appendix I)

II.a-2.) Mal’naril

(Chaos & Virtue: Sovereignty: Linguistic Appendix II)

II.a-3). Proto-Borean

Elder Dialect

II.b. Saurian

(Chaos & Virtue: Sovereignty: Linguistic Appendix III)