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    #39579 Reply

    Andy

    I’ve read through parts of this thread, not the whole thing yet, however I have a sort of idea in mind that I want to get out.

    While a concrete, less interpretive language would allow for a larger communal and collaborative effort, I think that the idea mentioned earlier in the thread of certain ideas being associated with a character.

    The thing is that, unless we find a way to broadly cover all aspects of communication within 26 characters it would be hard to have a single “language.”

    This idea is theoretical but what about a way to pair with each hex a certain “essence?” While the first languages used in the thread are effective, they also become limited in only addressing the same ideas. If each hex had it’s own alphabet composed of similar but not the exact same ideas, it could create infinite interpretations and understandings of the text.

    #39581 Reply

    Andy

    I am not the same Andy as mentioned earlier in the thread by the way, haha

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