It’s the last day of April, and I have released episode 18 of Innocence Seekers: April Light. However, this is yet another post on the languages of Innocence Seekers: The Black Rose. And again, it will focus on the Likkran languages.
This is my third post on the languages of Innocence Seekers: The Black Rose. The focus of this post is on the Likkran languages, of which I have posted very little about. Due to the sheer difficulty in creating new language families from scratch, I don’t have that much to show for it. And, of course, Likkra is home to many language families, some familiar to terrestrials, some alien. Despite the fact that there is a wide variety of languages in Likkra, they have a tendency to share several features, something attributed to language contact.
Again, there has been a long gap between blog posts. Lately, I have been in a slump, and thanks to writers’ block (I don’t consider myself good at fight scenes, and episode 18 happens to include a fight scene), episode 18 of Innocence Seekers: April Light was delayed. However, I’ve nearly completed it, and plan to publish it over the weekend. But anyway, this post will be another discussion post on anime and manga. A word of warning: there will be spoilers. If you don’t want spoilers, turn back now. Also, if you find GL (girls’ love, i.e. yuri) objectionable, turn back now.