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  1. Summary

    This is the various conlang dialogue I translated for the CW's The 100. The language I created, Trigedasleng, is an a posteriori artlang derived from modern English. The show takes place 100 years after a cataclysmic event that destroyed most humans and Earth society (about 40 years from the show's first air date in the universe of the show). Trigedasleng is what happened to English with those who survived on the ground in and around the D.C. area. Trigedasleng is the product of both natural evolution, and unnatural evolution, in the form of a widespread code that was used by a group who became the nucleus of what would go on to become Trikru.

    As a note, this series was begun before season 6 of The 100, and so only includes dialogue from season 6 on (I previously worked on seasons 2-5 of the show). I may go back and add earlier episodes at a later date. Otherwise, dialogue for earlier episodes can be found on my Tumblr. For more information about the language, go to Trigedasleng.com.

    Words:
    1,413
    Works:
    11
    Bookmarks:
    5
  2. Summary

    This is the various conlang dialogue I translated for AMC's Into the Badlands. The language I created, Azrán, is an a posteriori artlang. The premise is that before the destruction of modern society that took place in the universe of Into the Badlands, the area now known as Azra used to be somewhere in Mexico. Consequently, the language spoken there is an evolution of modern Mexican Spanish. The Azrán language is quite different from Spanish, in that it now has more genders, and is fully tonal. If you know the sound changes and know Spanish, you should be able to figure out, more or less, how it moved from Spanish to Azrán.

    As a note, Azrán was created specifically for characters that featured only in season 3 of the show. Before season 3, there was no conlang dialogue in the show. For those curious, I had nothing to do with the writing system seen in the various books of Azra shown throughout the series.

    Words:
    350
    Works:
    8
  3. Summary

    This is the various conlang dialogue I translated for HBO's Game of Thrones. The languages I created that are featured in the show Dothraki, High Valyrian, Astapori Valyrian, Meereense Valyrian, and Mag Nuk. All languages are technically a posteriori artlangs based one either words or ideas that come from George R. R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire series, but the languages are probably better understood as a priori with some input from a second author.

    As a note, this series was begun during season 8 of Game of Thrones, and so only includes dialogue from that season. I may go back and add earlier episodes at a later date. Otherwise, dialogue for those episodes can be found variously on the Dothraki blog or on my Tumblr.

    Words:
    499
    Works:
    5
    Bookmarks:
    2

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