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You can have 'Banjo'.
Fri Dec 18, 2015 11:23

For the others, take a look back at the chart in the first post. A consonant can only be changed to another one that uses the same base tile. So, for instance, in C5 we have a 'Y' (fine, you used that) followed by a 'T'. T uses tile 4, the one with three open curves. You can add a modifier to turn it into R, S, SH, V, or W. 'CH' uses tile 3, with a modifier; it can only be created from a 'B'.

Does that help?


  • My propositions...Hardric, Fri Dec 18 11:00
    Keychain for C5 Magic for H5 Banjo for G9.
    • You can have 'Banjo'. — Huinesoron, Fri Dec 18 11:23
      • "Axolotl" in... uh, the circle below "library" and to the left of "sacs". *crosses fingers and hopes this is a legitimate play*
        • I wish. :-/Huinesoron, Sat Dec 19 06:48
          That would be an awesome move. But unfortunately, 'A-XO-LO' needs three slots before the -TL-, and there's only room for two. :( (Also, one would have to slot in in such a way that it would stick on... more
          • If I can make a move...Hardric, Sun Dec 20 06:36
            I would like to place 'keystone' in C5. En Taro Artanis.
            • And you can!Huinesoron, Mon Dec 21 05:40
              I've left the gap at the top, because otherwise C4 would read 'TTO--TA', with both vowels as modifiers, and would have to be a word. Hardric - 5 Huinesoron - 4 Iximaz - 2 Board is open. Ix, fancy... more
      • Got it, I think. (nm)Hardric, Fri Dec 18 11:24
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