Sunday, September 17, 2006

Language: Muddle

Muddle is spoken by certain mud-based creatures. It consists mostly of tonal hisses and nearly inaudible clicks that pass through the mud to the intended recipients. There is no such thing as plurals in muddle, so all conversation is one-on-one. This requires messages to pass from one creature to the next. Many would consider this a disadvantage of the language, but others see the hierarchical nature of message propagation to be a societal advantage.

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