A plan of the house that Hallie and Thoe live in Pathallea…:
A plan of the house that Hallie and Thoe live in Pathallea…:
First ‘Work’ post of the New Year!
Just a top-down view of a Tribunec, a Breykarian warship for Pathallea…
It’s been so long since I posted one of these!
I’ve done some flags for the Fantasium universe, so I may as well do some for Pathallea…:
The main conflict of Pathallea has a lot to do with some pretty tiny things…
Slenka tech that hijacks hosts’ nervous systems and controls them like zombies. Just touching one is all it takes to get “infected.” They can self-replicate.
Spray-paint writing, Pathallea-style:
Means “Azuephoydah Felled by Rycka.” (lighthouse Azuephoydah located on Agrobask)
Means “When we’re dead.” (from Minkathnaazrah’s war-speech)
*Next week, I’ll be partaking in a family vacation; so, there will be no posting during that time….
Other, “radical” forms:
Of (to/from) = eg(-) /comparative adjective/ = -ner- /superlative…/ = -ser- /inverted comparative (lesser)/ = -nor- /superlative… (least)/ = -sor-
However = dedek Ago = de Ado = ghe That = deck Such = dock
Behold = dack Lo = duck Alas = dyck (a) Lot = mer Re- = si-
(to) Make = sei /past/ = hoi /present/ = hio /future/ = hei
Rather = gwarr Rather than = gwarreck Meanwhile/while = gheck/ghock
Some…: something = omkiff, somebody = omsharr, sometime = omyarr.
*copula-like normal verbs*
To give = yillei, to take = yellei, to bring = illei, to buy = ellei, to begin = yilklei, to finish = yelklei.
Simple sentence (Indicative form): I ran home = laeo lik larua, or, laeoes larua.
Complex sentence: I ran home because of (the) monsters = laeoes larua gegek (kif) rygarkia.
Compound sentence: I ran home because I was scared = laeoes larua gegek rygeues.
Compound-complex sentence: I ran home because I was scared of the monsters = laeoes larua gegek rygeues egrygarkia.
Interrogative (question) form #1: I did run home. >> Did I run home? = kloilaees larua. >> kloilaeesai larua?
Interrogative form #2 (for interrog./relative particles): What to do…. >> What to do…? = sar ioklei…. >> sara ioklei?
Imperative forms (commands/interjections): You there! Hey! What?! >> oray lirr! hay! sare?!
Linking verbs: I do go, I can go, I did go, I could go, I don’t go, I can’t go >> kleileies, leiklioes, kleioleies, leikloies, ikleileies, leiiklioes. I will be going, I would be going, I can be gone, I can’t be gone >> leiosesei, leiosesea, egleiesklioes, eghleiesklioes.
All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.
(Article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights)
Nees abreykariya freiorya niks dreiorya il freiokiah niks dreiokiaa. Nekaneesekio pha hydieria niks hykieria niks vaeylia yil eya orraya il phurra egkarnyadra. (Dallia eya eg kof Mordeanilorrendriya Breykaridreiokiya)
War is peace. Freedom is slavery. Ignorance is strength.
Rickea ryckeio. Froioudra freioudrio. Kathida gathidio.
**this concludes part 4!**
Ancient relics of Breykaria:
Minkathnaazrah’s helmet: Most prized war-helmet in Breykaria, given that it once belonged to King Minkathnaazrah himself.
The Warrior plaque: Etched, gold plaque containing the poem “Warrior.” It now resides at the Aealian museum of Ancient Relics (founded by the Professor), alongside the above helmet.
Azuephoydah: Breykaria’s largest and oldest lighthouse. Built by an ancient clan of Yoleukara, it comes with its own shield and a fibre-optic cable linking it to an equally sophisticated communications base.
Triickulea: A siege weapon resembling a trebuchet, made from hardwood with Yoleukaran writing along its main beams. It is another relic of the long-lost tribe that once inhabited Agrobask.
The Great Chain: Built in Minkathnaazrah’s time, it spans considerable swaths of barrier reef along the southern and eastern reaches of Orimar. Made from massive chain-links of solid iron, this defensive measure can be raised up from the water to restrict the movement of ships and even low-hovering craft.
The base form of Thoul nouns is always just the word itself ~ ex, thal = water. This base form is used when the noun is singular and the subject of a sentence.
If the singular noun is the object (ie, is the predicate noun, instead of subject), then add an -a to the noun ~ ex, thala = the water.
The singular possessive form is created by adding -i ~ ex, thali = (the) water’s.
Thoul has a fourth conjugation that English does not, to conjugate the direct object ~ ex, egthal = (to/from/of) the water.
The plural forms go thus:
Subject = -a (thala = waters), object = -ia (thalia = the waters), possessive = -is (thalis = the waters’), dative (direct object) = (egthala = to/from/of the waters).
thal, thala, thali, egthal; thala, thalia, thalis, egthala.
*There are no real exceptions to this noun paradigm*
Adjectives append to the noun they are modifying; the adverbs that modify a single word append similarly; adverbs that modify more than one word stand alone, but are placed beside the words they intend to modify.
All modifiers are given the special affix -ya, which appends to the end of the word being modified (in the case of multi-word modifiers, -ya appends to the modifier itself).
The big dog = kif ligarksya.
“Dog-piling”: In Thoul, if a word is being modified by more than one adjective/adverb these modifiers “dog-pile” onto the word in a chain-like fashion.
The big, old, hairy dog = kif ligiyoliruckearksya.
Note, in the above example, that only the modifier closest to the “dog-piled” word conjugates like a typical modifier (with -ya coming after the word); the modifiers that come before have their -ya appended directly to themselves in the form of -i-.
In the case of stand-alone modifiers…:
We fight as one = ryckis ok eya.
Thoul verbs have two primary paradigms: The regular verb paradigm; the copulative verb paradigm.
The Regular Verbs:
Infinitive… To feed = ioune, feeding (participle) = uneos, feeding (gerund) = uneas, fed (participle) = unees.
Active… (I) feed = une, (I) fed = uneo, (I) will feed = unei, (if I) feed = unea, (if I) fed = uneou, (if I) will feed = uneia, not feed = iune, not fed = iuneo, will not feed = iunei, if not feed = iunea, if not fed = iuneou, if will not feed = iuneia.
Passive… Is fed = unee, was fed = uneu, shall be fed = unea, (if) is fed = uneae, (if) was fed = uneue, (if) shall be fed = uneie, is not fed = iunee, was not fed = iuneu, shall not be fed = iunea, (if) is not fed = iuneae, (if) was not fed = iuneue, (if) shall not be fed = iuneie.
Causative… To be fed = ioegune, be fed = egune, shall be fed = agune, should be fed = ogune, not to be fed = iomegune, not be fed = eghune, shall not be fed = aghune, should not be fed = oghune.
The Copulative (to be) Verbs:
To be = nio, being (partic.) = nos, being (gerund.) = nas, been (partic.) = nes, to not be = mio.
(I am) = -io, (I was) = -oi, (I will be) = -ei, (I were (is)) = -ia, (I were (was)) = -oa, (I would be) = –ea, (I am not) = –mio, (I was not) = -moi, (I will not) = -mei, (I were (is) not) = -mia, (I were (was) not) = -moa, (I would not) = -mea.
Pass.Pres. = -uo, Pass.Past. = -ui, Pass.Fut. = -ue, Pass.Pres.Subj. = -ua, Pass.Past.Subj. = -uu, Pass.Fut.Subj. = -uo, Pass.Pres.Neg. = -muo, Pass.Past.Neg. = -mui, Pass.Fut.Neg. = -mue, Pass.Pres.Subj.Neg. = -mua, Pass.Past.Subj.Neg. = -muu, Pass.Fut.Subj.Neg. = -muo.
*Copulative verbs have no causative forms*
**Complete list of copulative verbs in Thoul: nio = to be, vio = must, lio = shall, klio = can, ionei = will, iovei = to have, iolei = to go, ioklei = to do**
Shall = iolio, (I) shall = -lio, (I) should (past) = -loi, (I) shall be = -lei, (I) should (subj.) = -lia, -loa, -lea. Neg. = -ilio, -iloi, -ilei, -ilia, -iloa, -ilea….
To go = iolei, going (partic.) = leios, going (gerund.) = leias, gone (partic.) = leies.
Active = lei, leio, leie, leia, leiu, leii, ilei, ileio, ileie, ileia, ileiu, ileii.
Passive = leiuo, leiui, leiue, leiua, leiuu, leiuo, leimuo, leimui, leimue, leimua, leimuu, leimuo.
And that wraps up Part 3! This ain’t finished yet… stay tuned!
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