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Old 07-27-2016, 01:51 PM   #1
DouglasCole
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Default Faux Icelandic help on a map?

I was wondering if I could solicit a bit of help for my Dragon Heresy RPG.

I've got a pair of maps. One is for the continent, the other is the Kingdom out of which our adventurers will stage their, well, viking is probably the factually-accurate phrase.

I have been using an English-to-Icelandic translation on Google to get names that sound fun. They don't have to be proper, but I also don't want them to be egregiously stupid when read by those that speak Icelandic and related languages.

Might anyone on with useful knowledge (a native speaker of Icelandic, or at least fluent) be willing to take a look at my maps and provide feedback?

If so, and you're OK with keeping what you see private, give me a shout at gamingballisticllc at gmail dot com, and I'll get you the maps to take a look.

Thanks!
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Old 07-27-2016, 03:12 PM   #2
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Default Re: Faux Icelandic help on a map?

English-Old Norse dictionary.

Old Norse morphology.

If you venture into Old Norse grammar you're a brave man.
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