The Ancient Language: 3

Derobelo Nol Remas Boral – Kingdoms of the Great Valley

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The first kingdom in the Remas Boral was the ancient kingdom of men before the War of the Necromancer. This was the Old Kingdom, Muner Derobel. They built many structures in the valley. Crossing the Dusom Cha Baral is a massive bridge, carved to look like to kings crossing arms. Their identity is long lost. Today it called Dele Tabele Sarasanol, Brother’s Bridge.

To the south is the Somubel Dele Rubele Lodore, so called because of two massive stone hands jutting from the Earth. The western kingdom holds their foremost port there within the ruins of the ancient buildings.


On the eastern side of the Dusom Cha Baral is the kingdom of Somalurala, named after its capitol Somubel Nala Solurala, the City on Cliffs. It is built upon the lowest step of the Ramele Badarele.

The king of Derobel Somalurala is Robel Borel and my brother. Our glorious ancestor is Nuremel Borel, the great warrior who held the cliffs as the survivors of Muner Derobel fled to safety in the Ramele Badarele.

On the western side is the Derobel Dolo Ruberemas, The Kingdom of Glorious Ruins. It’s capital city is built upon one of the great rocks left by the rampaging ice wall. As a city built upon a stone it is called El Lunvelor, the Stone Fortress.

Now I will continue with legends and sayings of the two Kingdoms.

Vocabulary

Derobel

Noun

Kingdom

Muner

Adj.

Old (Historical)

El

Noun

Stone

Lunvelor

Noun

Fortress/Castle

Somubel

Noun

City

Tabele

Noun

Brother

Sarasanol

Noun

Bridge

Rubel

Noun/Adj.

Ruin/Ruined

Lodor

Noun

Hand

Robel

Noun

King

Nuremel

Noun

Human Hero

Grammar

There are also prepositions that can be used. These are not modified but precede the noun they relate to.

Up to

So

Over

Sa

Down to

Bo

Under

Ra

From

Me

On top of

Na

Toward/to

Re

Out of

Le

Into

Ro

Inside

Va

At/Beside

De

Against

Se

Away

Osa

The particle Re is often used in comparisons as well.

 

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Author: Nicholathotep

I am a LEGO builder, writer, and traveler.

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