Dwarvish: Lesson 1IntroductionMore Like This
So, you want to learn Dwarvish? Well by no means is it an easy language. Many humans have tried to get their tongue around it and failed. This tome here is designed to help you to gain some knowledge of this ancient and beautiful communication.
In order to learn Dwarvish (Skādriniv) we must first take a quick look at Dwarven history to better understand the origins and importance of certain aspects of the language.
The first groups of Dwarves lived in Rurdun, the Black Snow Fields, where their figures evolved from a pre-species unknown so that they might better withstand the climate. Clans warred over territories for claims on farming land and simply for egos sake. Due to constant hostile takeovers, developments in things such as weapons, housing and writing were uniform between groups, as they were keen to adopt any improvements they could find.
Slavery was a common trade and this helped to keep the language consistent. However, between upper and lower classes,
Under-appreciated 18th March-11th JuneHello everyoneMore Like This
Back from a break, SkyAndNatureClub proudly presents a brand new feature for the under-appreciated artists! This time we want to honour the under-appreciated artworks, submitted from 18th March to 11th June 2015. Warning: Due to the break, this might be a quite massive feature
There will be a new feature every week on wednesday alternating a themed feature and a feature for the under-appreciated artworks. To be featured, please make sure to submit your works to the right folder that can be found in the group's favourites-section here. Further informations concerning the new feature series can be found in this journal! The current timetable for the next features can be found