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And really, this question doesn't even belong on Conlang since it has
nothing to do with the Yardish language, but is about the Yemoran culture.
You are (or were last time I checked) a member of the Conculture list.
This question belongs there.

Adam

On Thu, Feb 5, 2015 at 6:02 PM, Nicole Valicia Thompson-Andrews <
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> Thanks for your input.
>
> On 2/5/15, Alex Fink <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> > On Wed, 4 Feb 2015 14:47:58 -0500, Nicole Valicia Thompson-Andrews
> > <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> >
> >>Since Yemorans use speaking stones for communication, any idea how an
> >>audio scroll would be created? Would they be their own scrolls or
> >>could they be sewn into cloth? Those are my partial ideas. I bought
> >>some generators from Drivethroughrpg.com, and can locate material for
> >>lining the literature tubes, like leather.
> >
> > Yet again, it's your world!  They could be their own scrolls; they could
> be
> > sewn into cloth; they could be of either type, depending; they could be
> sewn
> > into something else; there could be no such thing as an audio scroll;
> > etcetera.  Pick something.  Keep in mind that just because some old
> D&D-type
> > generator made you a map with scrolls on it, doesn't mean you have to
> have
> > scrolls to use it.  You could replace the scrolls on the map with
> speaking
> > stones, or something else.
> >
> > What you have told us about Yemoran technology so far, especially in the
> > arena of speech recording, is fantastical enough, and so apparently
> little
> > grounded in the ways I understand technological development to work,
> that I
> > can't see a way to use precedent or reason to come up with an answer to
> > suggest.
> >
> > Alex
> >
>
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