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In my new conlang I've been working on called Hvaĉĭ, each verb has 72
completely distinct inflected forms.
For the word "po" (to speak), the first person singular perfect future
form is "ponẑiti", while the first person singular interrogative
present perfect form is "poẑlăd". All of the inflections are just as
distinct.

Is this too many? Are there any natlangs that reach this level? Should
I make Hvaĉĭ less fusional? (Obviously, this is going to be pro-drop).