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 Post Posted: Thu May 21, 2020 11:36 pm 
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The day is Friday.

Yup.

Kinda sneaked up on me this week.

It just went, "Surprise! I'm here you bastards!"

Yes, Friday is a little cocky today.

Ignore it, and enjoy Maya stabbing a bunch of human's to death and feasting on their tasty entrails instead.

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 Post Posted: Fri May 22, 2020 12:04 am 
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Maya does something nice - the age of miracles isn't gone yet! And she got a nice friend to spend some time with.

To Garyfritz, regarding the last comment section - I was indeed referring to Maya's species. It appears to me they have developed not from mammals but from lizards, or dinosaurs. And I don't remember them being referred to in the past as Trolorians, though I guess they might have been.

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 Post Posted: Fri May 22, 2020 12:15 am 
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I looked back at our discussion of language, and I think this was the consensus:

Dono keng ulto Trolo = not [keng] stranger Trolo

Pasea Trolo = friendly Trolo
I don't know if we've seen keng before, perhaps it's a be verb, but I think we can get the idea.

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 Post Posted: Fri May 22, 2020 12:47 am 
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Interesting that the language went from Islander (dono ulto, kek ulto) to English (apparently), and back to Islander in 25000 years!?

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 Post Posted: Fri May 22, 2020 8:58 am 
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garyfritz wrote:
Interesting that the language went from Islander (dono ulto, kek ulto) to English (apparently), and back to Islander in 25000 years!?

And the least believable part of that sequence is the English.

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 Post Posted: Fri May 22, 2020 9:19 am 
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randomlanguage wrote:
I looked back at our discussion of language, and I think this was the consensus:

Dono keng ulto Trolo = not [keng] stranger Trolo

Pasea Trolo = friendly Trolo
I don't know if we've seen keng before, perhaps it's a be verb, but I think we can get the idea.


I can't speak for the male Trolo, but Maya is definitely getting some ideas in her head...

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 Post Posted: Fri May 22, 2020 10:22 am 
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Sotanaht wrote:
garyfritz wrote:
Interesting that the language went from Islander (dono ulto, kek ulto) to English (apparently), and back to Islander in 25000 years!?

And the least believable part of that sequence is the English.

In my mind, the telepathic circuit inherent in the DFA (like in the TARDIS, which is the reason they can understand the later Trolorians in my imagination) for some reason didn't work on the Islander language, and Troloria reset the anima world to that era.

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 Post Posted: Fri May 22, 2020 3:04 pm 
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Silverwalker wrote:
Maya does something nice - the age of miracles isn't gone yet! And she got a nice friend to spend some time with.

That was my reaction too... Maya stayed good! Kiki would be so proud!

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To Garyfritz, regarding the last comment section - I was indeed referring to Maya's species. It appears to me they have developed not from mammals but from lizards, or dinosaurs. And I don't remember them being referred to in the past as Trolorians, though I guess they might have been.

Well, I always referred to them as Trolorians, but you are correct that they were not named as such in-universe until Troloria herself appeared. :)

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 Post Posted: Sun May 24, 2020 11:45 am 
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Silverwalker wrote:
I was indeed referring to Maya's species. It appears to me they have developed not from mammals but from lizards, or dinosaurs.

Only mammals have hair instead of scales or feathers, ears with auricles outside the head, and the mammary glands that the whole class is named after.

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Rombobjörn wrote:
Silverwalker wrote:
I was indeed referring to Maya's species. It appears to me they have developed not from mammals but from lizards, or dinosaurs.

Only mammals have hair instead of scales or feathers, ears with auricles outside the head, and the mammary glands that the whole class is named after.

In Sci-Fi/Fantasy everything has mammary glands.

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