Am 01/21 16:02 Eruanno none yscrifef: > I would like some background on everyone's language, like who would have > used it? Where? and When? > Brithenig is spoken in an alternative timeline where several languages appear to have been displaced by Romance languages. The timeline is known as the Brithenig Timeline, after the first language that was discovered there, or Ill Bethisad, which is Brithenig for "The Universe". Several other people have also discovered languages spoken in that timeline. The homeland of Brithenig is the Kingdom of Kemr, a nationstate that exists in western Britain covering what would be here Wales, Cornwall, and parts of England. It forms part of the Federated Kingdoms of Great Britain. Brithenig is also spoken in former colonies in the Americas and Australasia. The history of the language dates from the fifth century of the Common Era to present day. I focus mainly on the modern language. - andrew. -- Andrew Smith, Intheologus [log in to unmask] Hey, these instructions are in three different languages... It starts in English, but then it goes into French and Spanish... It's hard to believe this model is for ages six and up... You have to be tri-lingual just to read the instructions... - Hobbs, Weirdos from Another Planet.