Earthworm: Actually, the correct way of saying that would be "You are a Sa'guk to the WC Fans" - Sa'guk isn't a verb, it's a noun. Now if you don't mind, I'll just go and commit Zu'kara, since you think I'm a Sa'guk
A poza tym, wcale nie jest tak trudno powiedziec Biesiadzinski.
Klaus: 'Twill do. So far, it's behaved fairly well. Of course, I still don't trust it (it's a celeron... What can I say?), but at least it works. It's actually starting to become usable, now that I've been installing various stuff on it.
Believe it or not, WCP was the first thing to be installed
. But actually, it wasn't because it's WC or anything like that. I just wanted to see how the graphics card would perform
Yes! I'd love to know the Killie alphabet. Hell, every WC fan should know it, or be a Sa'guk. Unfortunately, the good people at Origin haven't bothered to invent it. Which is rather unfair. They made the Gargoyle alphabet for Ultima
"The language is written in sets of four vertical lines. Each vertical line comprises a full line, a split line, or a shorter line with a dot above or below it. This set of four lines creates a single syntactic element. Vertical clusters of the four-line sets combine to make sentences." - KSaga.
<Heh, I guess the people who made the WCP intro didn't bother to read that manual>
Sounds a tad complicated, but it could be done. Actually, it sounds incredibly complicated. This would be the equivalent of inventing the Chinese language.