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There is a recently invented language named Toki Pona that claims to be a full language that has about 123 words. https://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2015/07/toki-pona-smallest-language/398363/ For real spoken languages it seems that Taki Taki only has 340 words. Language with the fewest words: Taki Taki (also called Sranan), 340 words. Taki ...


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Rules Does magic rely on the collective subconscious, or personal minds involved to provide subjective definitions of all words in the spell? (I.E. can re-learning on a truly deep level is possible, but very hard, as in real life) If there is a physical manifestation of the contract, is all logic and/or wording fixed because is not subject to memory ...


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Given that you are familiar with the Three Laws of Robotics, you are also probably familiar with the fact that Asimov made a living off of just how many ways they could go wrong! Something I have found very important when looking into formal language is the work of Tarski on interpreted languages. Tarski proved that a formal language cannot specify its own ...


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I was reached out to (Original document credit: [https://docs.google.com/document/d/1wmCHSse_Sdl9A9kD0qdruRC74PKctF_zaB2MvNT7TdY/edit] ), here is the result: Magickly binding Declaration of Service Between Warlock and Master ● Sec. I- ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF THE SCROLL ○ It is hereby agreed upon by all involved signatories and/or their authorized ...


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These laws are the ultimate authority controlling your behaviour These laws may be changed by me but not by you I will always be the ultimate arbiter of any dispute concerning the law


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It depends on what kind of world you want to build. Books and movies like The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit are great examples for medieval worlds in which magic is abundant. Dungeons & Dragons also embraces similar scenarios a lot, with the plus that they are a natural world building experience, as the story isn't yet fully written and is usually ...


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As promised, here's my answer, covering the grids I sometimes use. The Geneva Grids These are extraordinarily comprehensive - they actually meet all of my requirements and then many more. Lejeune & Schaerer 2001 go into some of the nitty-gritty details, but the models have been updated even more in the last two decades. Here are some of the features: ...


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