Forum:Global and regional issues/East Uletha: Linguistic + Culture Cohesiveness
Eastern East Uletha
So I've been reading through discussions on how to make EU more linguistically cohesive and would like some feedback on my country, Kara. Kara is designed as a relatively young multicultural country. Three of the five main languages are just different spins on Nordic languages (particularly Swedish). Another is inspired by Nordic/Germanic languages but diverges from RW languages more than the others. And then there's a segment that uses English (labeled Thilshull State on the map). While English is technically a Germanic language in the RW, it just seems too different from the others (both in Kara and in this area of East Uletha) to really make sense in this spot. What do you think? Should I alter that language to make it fit better, and, if so, how?
- Hey there, thank you for your comment. I personally feel like Kara fits in rather well actually, being surrounded by West and North Germanic languages. As far as I can see, the English speaking part even lines up with Glaster for exmaple. What prompted you to questions the linguistic cohesiveness of the region? Leowezy (talk) 10:23, 8 October 2022 (UTC)
- Thanks for the thoughts, Leowezy. The biggest thing is that I've heard (this is not verified) that Glaster might be moving to another area at some point in the mid-term future and also I know that UL22c (just to Kara's NE) is available and so I want to have an idea (for the broader EU area) of how we're going to fit that into the map. Most of Kara I don't have concerns about - just that Thilshull State area and then I also want to just open up the conversation about how to create a realistic and cohesive linguistic landscape over this part of East Uletha. Thanks! -- Anonymous21 (talk) 21:28, 8 October 2022 (UTC)