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My name is Salvador Moss. Sorcerer Emeritas of the College of Friends, Sellsword of Melsonia and Befouler of Ponds. 

Sometime this last week whilst sphere-hopping I stumbled upon this artifact, an illustrated pamphlet, or "zyne"-- though I cannot parse the words written within. It appears to be a manual of some kind? It greatly resembles the type of adventure-dice games I've seen played in taverns across Melsonia-- and even appears to have a reference to the gentle "Fortle," a beast about which I am currently writing a travelogue. 

If anyone across the spheres has knowledge of the language here or the game's proper title and has the time and energy to translate the text it would be greatly appreciated. It looks fun and I would love to play it. 

Links to any translations should be submitted in the comment section here.

I'm also looking to print and distribute it for physical consumption in the coming weeks. I'll update this page when physical copies are available!


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In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $6.66 USD. You will get access to the following files:

Adventure Game Needs Translation.pdf 3 MB
Adventure Game Needs Translation (Singles).pdf 3 MB


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As someone who got a copy of the Codex Seriphinianus as a gift a couple months ago, this is straight up the middle of my alley. I may see if I can puzzle out a translation....


Unfortunately there's a dearth of freely available non-Latin OCR AIs. But it would be really interesting to see what hidden "meaning" a machine might pull from your intentionally meaningless script.


This is some next level art I stan

Thank you!


This is an amazing production of a really cool idea. Is this a real conlang people can decode?


No the writing is asemic, the text is open to interpretation 


I can't even with this one. Chef's kiss, thumbs up, 5-stars - can't think of enough ways to say just how awesome this is.


thank you!