Hmmm...thanks for the note. So much information. This could really be a full-time job and then some. ;-) Well, we have nothing but time so we'll just continue to work through this.
I found this video of Marc Okrand, the man who invented the Klingon language, and he demonstrates some of the things I have also been doing. He was forced to put a lot of focus on phonetics, something which has not been very necessary for this language yet. However, he also had more freedom because there was much less Klingon already established before he started developing it. This means we have to find solutions to a multitude of problems because of the vast amount of Elfquest Elvish already in existence (but the challenge is part of the fun).
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