Sometimes, for various reasons, people invent languages. There's different reasons for this—some have wanted to create international languages for world peace. Some have wanted to test the workability of certain linguistic ideas. Some have conlanged just for the fun of it. I, like many others, started creating languages to support an imaginary world.
On this page I present the conlangs I've worked on so far, and hopefully in the future will be able to put up some useful stuff about conlanging in general to help educate others.
An archive of Aidan Grey's posts to CONLANG with example vocabulary and sentences for translation.
Kirumb is the most complete language here so far. Spoken by terras (roughly, 'demihumans') in central/eastern Europe, till 4c. AD. It's pretty much a standard Indo-European language. There are supposed to be descendants of this language eventually but I have not fleshed them out yet: A, B, G, I.
Rami was an attempt at a more difficult, rather more convoluted language. Not much yet, plus it's kind of on hold. Spoken by daimyo (roughly, 'gargoyles') anywhere and at any time they happen to be. Language isolate, or maybe it will be Afro-Asiatic.
My obligatory "future/Martian English" conlang is Dunamy. Spoken by humans and terras in Dunemist, around 5c. AM. More and more ideas keep fixating on to this lately so it's kind of hard to keep up with, so this is quite incomplete.
One of my very few contemporary languages, Trentish is for trents, who are a kind of terras (roughly, 'ents'). Also very difficult, and being reinvented at present, so this is out of date.
A little language for little people, Skeskatai is spoken by brownies (roughly, 'little fluffies') in Dunemist town around 5c. AM. Classification unknown—I imagine it'd derive from Dunamy somehow, if not actually a dialect of it.
...a language for weredragons should go in here somewhere. Spoken from, say, 5c. AD to 20c. AD. So far I have a couple of pages on the proto-language for it: the sound changes and a list of roots are available.
Ibran, formerly known as Nuif, is the language for my werewolf story (about which there is none yet). Contemporary Romance language, something like French. I like it, but it won't sit still.
Mira is Muke's idea of a perfect auxlang, haw haw haw! Er, actually it was for Nemo's story. Nothing on it yet.