221b-ilbo:

aidan-turners-eyebrows:

smirkwoodforest:

Greetings
Hi
A
/a/
Hail!
Ai!
/ˈaj/
A star shines on the hour of our meeting.
Êl síla erin lû e-govaned vîn.
/ˈɛ:l̡ ˈsiˑ.la ˈɛ.rin ˈlu: ɛ ˈgɔ.va.nɛd ˈvi:n/
I greet you!
Gi suilon!
/gi ˈsuj.lɔn/
I greet you!
Le suilon!
/lɛ ˈsuj.lɔn/
Well met!
Mae g’ovannen!
/ˈmaɛ gɔ.ˈvan.nɛn/
Well met!
Mae l’ovannen!
/ˈmaɛ lɔ.ˈvan.nɛn/
At last!
Na vedui!
/na ˈvɛ.duj/
You are welcome here
Gi nathlam hí
/gi ˈnaθ.lam ˈhiˑ/
You are welcome here
Le nathlam hí
/lɛ ˈnaθ.lam ˈhiˑ/
I know your face
Iston i nîf gîn
/ˈis.tɔn i ˈni:v ˈgi:n/
I know your face
Iston i nîf lîn
/ˈis.tɔn i ˈni:v ˈli:n/
Questions
Do you speak Elvish?
Pedig edhellen?
/ˈpɛ.dig ɛ.ˈðɛl̡.lɛn/
Do you speak Elvish?
Pedil edhellen?
/ˈpɛ.dil̡ ɛ.ˈðɛl̡.lɛn/
May we speak as friends now?
Peditham hi sui vellyn?
/ˈpɛ.di.θam ˈhi ˈsuj ˈvɛl̡.lyn/
Where are we?
Mi van me?
/mi ˈvan ˈmɛ/
Do you promise?
Gwestog?
/ˈgwɛs.tɔg/
Do you promise?
Gwestol?
/ˈgwɛs.tɔl/
Is it done?
I dass carnen?
/i ˈdass ˈkar.nɛn/
Is it necessary?
Boe?
/ˈbɔɛ/
Is there trouble?
Prestad?
/ˈprɛs.tad/
What are you doing?
Man cerig?
/ˈman ˈkɛ.rig/
What are you doing?
Man ceril?
/ˈman ˈkɛ.ril̡/
What did you do?
Man agoreg?
/ˈman ˈa.gɔ.rɛg/
What did you do?
Man agorel?
/ˈman ˈa.gɔ.rɛl̡/
When?
Na van?
/na ˈvan/
With what?
A van?
/a ˈvan/
Which one?
Man pen?
/ˈman ˈpɛn/
Who is leading?
Man tôg?
/ˈman ˈtɔ:g/
Why not?
Avo garo am man theled?
/ˈa.vɔ ˈga.rɔ am ˈman ˈθɛ.lɛd/
Why?
Am man?
/am ˈman/
Why?
Am man theled?
/am ˈman ˈθɛ.lɛd/
Commands
Behold!
Alae!
/ˈa.laɛ/
Beware!
No dirweg!
/nɔ ˈdir.wɛg/
Flee!
Drego!
/ˈdrɛ.gɔ/
Go away!
Ego!
/ˈɛ.gɔ/
Run!
Noro!
/ˈnɔ.rɔ/
Stop!
Daro!
/ˈda.rɔ/
Wake up
Echuio
/ɛ.ˈxuj.ɔ/
Let’s go
Gwaem
/ˈgwaɛm/
Come near the fire
Tolo anin naur
/ˈtɔ.lɔ ˈa.nin ˈnaur/
Come with me
Tolo ar nin
/ˈtɔ.lɔ ar ˈnin/
Come, join us
Tolo, govano ven
/ˈtɔ.lɔ ˈgɔ.va.nɔ ˈvɛn/
Save me
Edraith enni
/ˈɛd.rajθ ˈɛn.ni/
Release me
Leithio nin
/ˈlej.θi.ɔ ˈnin/
Don’t be afraid
Av-‘osto
/a.ˈvɔs.tɔ/
Insults
You betrayed me
Nin gwerianneg
/ˈniŋ gwɛ.ri.ˈan.nɛg/
You smell like a monster
Sevig thû úan
/ˈsɛ.vig ˈθu: ˈuˑ.an/
Your head is empty
Dôl gîn lost
/ˈdɔ:l ˈgi:n ˈlɔst/
Evil fate!
Amarth faeg!
/ˈa.marθ ˈfaɛg/
Curses!
Rhaich!
/ˈr̊ajx/
Idiot!
Pe-channas!
/pɛ.ˈxan.nas/
Go kiss an orc
Ego, mibo orch
/ˈɛ.gɔ ˈmi.bɔ ˈɔrx/
I can say what I wish, and you won’t understand me
Pedin i phith in aníron, a nin ú-cheniathog
/ˈpɛ.din if ˈfiθ in a.ˈniˑ.rɔn a ˈnin uˑ.xɛ.ˈni.a.θɔg/
I can say what I wish, and y’all won’t understand me
Pedin i phith in aníron, a nin ú-cheniathagir
/ˈpɛ.din if ˈfiθ in a.ˈniˑ.rɔn a ˈnin uˑ.xɛ.ni.ˈa.θa.gir/
Thank-you’s
Thank you
Ni *’lassui
/ˈni ˈlas.suj/
Thank you from my heart
Guren *glassui
/ˈgu.rɛn ˈglas.suj/
You did well
Agoreg vae
/ˈa.gɔ.rɛg ˈvaɛ/
You did well
Agorel vae
/ˈa.gɔ.rɛl̡ ˈvaɛ/
Other phrases/exclamations
Alas!
Nae!
/ˈnaɛ/
Eek!
Ai!
/ˈai/
Ouch!
Nîdh!
/ˈni:ð/
Wow!
Elo!
/ˈɛ.lɔ/
I’m here to save you
Odulen an edraith angin
/ˈɔ.du.lɛn an ˈɛd.rajθ ˈaŋ.gin/
I’m here to save you
Odulen an edraith anlen
/ˈɔ.du.lɛn an ˈɛd.rajθ ˈan.lɛn/
Sorry
Goheno nin
/ˈgɔ.hɛ.nɔ ˈnin/
Please
An ngell nîn
/aŋŋ ˈgɛl̡l ˈni:n/
I love you
Gi melin
/gi ˈmɛ.lin
I don’t speak Elvish
Ú-bedin edhellen
/ˈuˑ.bɛ.din ɛ.ˈðɛl̡.lɛn/
I speak Elvish
Pedin edhellen
/ˈpɛ.din ɛ.ˈðɛl̡.lɛn/
I am ___
Im ___
/ˈim/
I don’t know
Ú-iston
/uˑ.ˈis.tɔn/
I know
Iston
/ˈis.tɔn/
My Lady
Hiril vuin
/ˈhi.ril̡ ˈvujn/
My lord
Hîr vuin
/ˈhi:r ˈvujn/
My child
Henig
/ˈhɛ.nig/
My son
Ionneg
/ˈjɔn.nɛg/
My daughter
Iellig
/ˈjɛl̡.lig/
Daddy
Ada
/ˈa.da/
Mommy
Nana
/ˈna.na/
Farewells
Have joy and laughter
Savo ‘lass a lalaith
/ˈsa.vɔ ˈlass a ˈla.lajθ/
I must go
Boe i ‘waen
/ˈbɔɛ i ˈwaɛn/
My heart shall weep until I see you again
Guren *níniatha n’i lû n’i a-govenitham
/ˈgu.rɛn niˑ.ˈni.a.θa ni ˈlu: ni a.gɔ.ˈvɛ.ni.θam/
Sleep well
Losto vae
/ˈlɔs.tɔ ˈvaɛ/
Rest well
Posto vae
/ˈpɔs.tɔ ˈvaɛ/
Sweet dreams
Ollo vae
/ˈɔl.lɔ ˈvaɛ/
Until next we meet
Na lû e-govaned vîn
/na ˈlu: ɛ.ˈgɔ.va.nɛd ˈvi:n/
Until then
N’i lû tôl
/ni ˈlu: ˈtɔ:l/
Until tomorrow
Abarad
/ˈa.ba.rad/

Sit down, Legolas
Havo dad, Legolas
/havo dahd; Legolas/

You’re late
Le abdollen
/’le ab’do.llen/

221b-ilbo:

aidan-turners-eyebrows:

smirkwoodforest:

Hi

A

/a/

Hail!

Ai!

/ˈaj/

A star shines on the hour of our meeting.

Êl síla erin lû e-govaned vîn.

/ˈɛ:l̡ ˈsiˑ.la ˈɛ.rin ˈlu: ɛ ˈgɔ.va.nɛd ˈvi:n/

I greet you!

Gi suilon!

/gi ˈsuj.lɔn/

I greet you!

Le suilon!

/lɛ ˈsuj.lɔn/

Well met!

Mae g’ovannen!

/ˈmaɛ gɔ.ˈvan.nɛn/

Well met!

Mae l’ovannen!

/ˈmaɛ lɔ.ˈvan.nɛn/

At last!

Na vedui!

/na ˈvɛ.duj/

You are welcome here

Gi nathlam hí

/gi ˈnaθ.lam ˈhiˑ/

You are welcome here

Le nathlam hí

/lɛ ˈnaθ.lam ˈhiˑ/

I know your face

Iston i nîf gîn

/ˈis.tɔn i ˈni:v ˈgi:n/

I know your face

Iston i nîf lîn

/ˈis.tɔn i ˈni:v ˈli:n/

Do you speak Elvish?

Pedig edhellen?

/ˈpɛ.dig ɛ.ˈðɛl̡.lɛn/

Do you speak Elvish?

Pedil edhellen?

/ˈpɛ.dil̡ ɛ.ˈðɛl̡.lɛn/

May we speak as friends now?

Peditham hi sui vellyn?

/ˈpɛ.di.θam ˈhi ˈsuj ˈvɛl̡.lyn/

Where are we?

Mi van me?

/mi ˈvan ˈmɛ/

Do you promise?

Gwestog?

/ˈgwɛs.tɔg/

Do you promise?

Gwestol?

/ˈgwɛs.tɔl/

Is it done?

I dass carnen?

/i ˈdass ˈkar.nɛn/

Is it necessary?

Boe?

/ˈbɔɛ/

Is there trouble?

Prestad?

/ˈprɛs.tad/

What are you doing?

Man cerig?

/ˈman ˈkɛ.rig/

What are you doing?

Man ceril?

/ˈman ˈkɛ.ril̡/

What did you do?

Man agoreg?

/ˈman ˈa.gɔ.rɛg/

What did you do?

Man agorel?

/ˈman ˈa.gɔ.rɛl̡/

When?

Na van?

/na ˈvan/

With what?

A van?

/a ˈvan/

Which one?

Man pen?

/ˈman ˈpɛn/

Who is leading?

Man tôg?

/ˈman ˈtɔ:g/

Why not?

Avo garo am man theled?

/ˈa.vɔ ˈga.rɔ am ˈman ˈθɛ.lɛd/

Why?

Am man?

/am ˈman/

Why?

Am man theled?

/am ˈman ˈθɛ.lɛd/

Behold!

Alae!

/ˈa.laɛ/

Beware!

No dirweg!

/nɔ ˈdir.wɛg/

Flee!

Drego!

/ˈdrɛ.gɔ/

Go away!

Ego!

/ˈɛ.gɔ/

Run!

Noro!

/ˈnɔ.rɔ/

Stop!

Daro!

/ˈda.rɔ/

Wake up

Echuio

/ɛ.ˈxuj.ɔ/

Let’s go

Gwaem

/ˈgwaɛm/

Come near the fire

Tolo anin naur

/ˈtɔ.lɔ ˈa.nin ˈnaur/

Come with me

Tolo ar nin

/ˈtɔ.lɔ ar ˈnin/

Come, join us

Tolo, govano ven

/ˈtɔ.lɔ ˈgɔ.va.nɔ ˈvɛn/

Save me

Edraith enni

/ˈɛd.rajθ ˈɛn.ni/

Release me

Leithio nin

/ˈlej.θi.ɔ ˈnin/

Don’t be afraid

Av-‘osto

/a.ˈvɔs.tɔ/

You betrayed me

Nin gwerianneg

/ˈniŋ gwɛ.ri.ˈan.nɛg/

You smell like a monster

Sevig thû úan

/ˈsɛ.vig ˈθu: ˈuˑ.an/

Your head is empty

Dôl gîn lost

/ˈdɔ:l ˈgi:n ˈlɔst/

Evil fate!

Amarth faeg!

/ˈa.marθ ˈfaɛg/

Curses!

Rhaich!

/ˈr̊ajx/

Idiot!

Pe-channas!

/pɛ.ˈxan.nas/

Go kiss an orc

Ego, mibo orch

/ˈɛ.gɔ ˈmi.bɔ ˈɔrx/

I can say what I wish, and you won’t understand me

Pedin i phith in aníron, a nin ú-cheniathog

/ˈpɛ.din if ˈfiθ in a.ˈniˑ.rɔn a ˈnin uˑ.xɛ.ˈni.a.θɔg/

I can say what I wish, and y’all won’t understand me

Pedin i phith in aníron, a nin ú-cheniathagir

/ˈpɛ.din if ˈfiθ in a.ˈniˑ.rɔn a ˈnin uˑ.xɛ.ni.ˈa.θa.gir/

Thank you

Ni *’lassui

/ˈni ˈlas.suj/

Thank you from my heart

Guren *glassui

/ˈgu.rɛn ˈglas.suj/

You did well

Agoreg vae

/ˈa.gɔ.rɛg ˈvaɛ/

You did well

Agorel vae

/ˈa.gɔ.rɛl̡ ˈvaɛ/

Alas!

Nae!

/ˈnaɛ/

Eek!

Ai!

/ˈai/

Ouch!

Nîdh!

/ˈni:ð/

Wow!

Elo!

/ˈɛ.lɔ/

I’m here to save you

Odulen an edraith angin

/ˈɔ.du.lɛn an ˈɛd.rajθ ˈaŋ.gin/

I’m here to save you

Odulen an edraith anlen

/ˈɔ.du.lɛn an ˈɛd.rajθ ˈan.lɛn/

Sorry

Goheno nin

/ˈgɔ.hɛ.nɔ ˈnin/

Please

An ngell nîn

/aŋŋ ˈgɛl̡l ˈni:n/

I love you

Gi melin

/gi ˈmɛ.lin

I don’t speak Elvish

Ú-bedin edhellen

/ˈuˑ.bɛ.din ɛ.ˈðɛl̡.lɛn/

I speak Elvish

Pedin edhellen

/ˈpɛ.din ɛ.ˈðɛl̡.lɛn/

I am ___

Im ___

/ˈim/

I don’t know

Ú-iston

/uˑ.ˈis.tɔn/

I know

Iston

/ˈis.tɔn/

My Lady

Hiril vuin

/ˈhi.ril̡ ˈvujn/

My lord

Hîr vuin

/ˈhi:r ˈvujn/

My child

Henig

/ˈhɛ.nig/

My son

Ionneg

/ˈjɔn.nɛg/

My daughter

Iellig

/ˈjɛl̡.lig/

Daddy

Ada

/ˈa.da/

Mommy

Nana

/ˈna.na/

Have joy and laughter

Savo ‘lass a lalaith

/ˈsa.vɔ ˈlass a ˈla.lajθ/

I must go

Boe i ‘waen

/ˈbɔɛ i ˈwaɛn/

My heart shall weep until I see you again

Guren *níniatha n’i lû n’i a-govenitham

/ˈgu.rɛn niˑ.ˈni.a.θa ni ˈlu: ni a.gɔ.ˈvɛ.ni.θam/

Sleep well

Losto vae

/ˈlɔs.tɔ ˈvaɛ/

Rest well

Posto vae

/ˈpɔs.tɔ ˈvaɛ/

Sweet dreams

Ollo vae

/ˈɔl.lɔ ˈvaɛ/

Until next we meet

Na lû e-govaned vîn

/na ˈlu: ɛ.ˈgɔ.va.nɛd ˈvi:n/

Until then

N’i lû tôl

/ni ˈlu: ˈtɔ:l/

Until tomorrow

Abarad

/ˈa.ba.rad/

Sit down, Legolas

Havo dad, Legolas

/havo dahd; Legolas/

You’re late

Le abdollen

/’le ab’do.llen/

Things almost every author needs to research

clevergirlhelps:

the-right-writing:

  • How bodies decompose
  • Wilderness survival skills
  • Mob mentality
  • Other cultures
  • What it takes for a human to die in a given situation
  • Common tropes in your genre
  • Average weather for your setting

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fan addresses of your favorite actors. just reblog.
David Tennant
Independent Talent Group Ltd.
Oxford House
76 Oxford Street
London W1D 1BS
UK
__________________________
Billie Joe Armstrong
BB Gun Press
6769 Lexington Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90038
USA
__________________________
Jensen Ackles
PO Box 850812
Richardson, TX 75085
USA
__________________________
Misha Collins
Silver Massetti & Szatmary Agency
8383 Wilshire Blvd.
Suite 230
Beverly Hills, CA 90211
USA
__________________________
Jared Padalecki
Industry Entertainment Productions Llc
955 S. Carrillo Drive
Suite 300
Los Angeles, CA 90048
USA
__________________________
Andrew Scott
United Agents Ltd.
12-26 Lexington Street
London, W1F 0LE
UK
__________________________
Jared Leto
Untitled Entertainment
350 S. Beverly Dr.
Suite 200
Beverly Hills, CA 90212
USA
__________________________
Tom Hiddleston
Hamilton Hodell
5th Floor
66-68 Margaret Street
London W1W 8SR
UK
__________________________
Helena Bonham Carter
Conway Van Gelder Grant Ltd.
8-12 Broadwick Street
3rd Floor
London W1F 8HW
UK
__________________________
Jim Parsons
Principal Entertainment
1964 Westwood Blvd.
Suite 400
Los Angeles, CA 90025
USA
__________________________
Matt Smith
c/o Troika
3rd Floor
74 Clerkenwell Road
London
EC1M 5QA
UK
__________________________
Benedict Cumberbatch
Conway Van Gelder Grant Ltd.
8-12 Broadwick Street
3rd Floor
London W1F 8HW
UK
__________________________
Ben Whishaw
Hamilton Hodell
5th Floor
66-68 Margaret Street
London W1W 8SR
UK
__________________________
Josh Hutcherson
Spanky Taylor, Inc.
3727 W. Magnolia
Suite 300
Burbank, CA 91505
USA
Secondary Address:
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13600 Ventura Blvd.
Suite B
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USA
OK to make a font out of your own writing

tessafish:

tomoe-chi:

nakadoo:

ilikedaisiesinthespringtime:

davestriderthetimetraveler:

kittenmogu:

chromehearts:

pelicaneggs:

go here

http://www.myscriptfont.com/

instead of printing it off just use this blank thing that way you dont have to scan it or anything

so fill that out by pasting it in any art program and whatnot

then save it and upload it to that site

and itll give you an option to download it

so do that and then install it BAM

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I JUST GOT THIS ON MY TABLET IT’S SO COOL OH MY GOD

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(Source: dallerus)

lokidindeed:

i-deduce-youre-a-bitch:

YOU NIQQAS WANNA LEARN ELVISH?! HERE YA GO!

this makes me think about the post about the two girls who didn’t want to get caught sendes notes in class so they learned elvish

(Source: cleocliche)

my heart's a mess: Masterlist of Writing Help for Writers

decayedbyramen:

hermajestyhelps:

*always adding more

General Writing Tips, Guides and Advice

Plot and Conflict

Character Development

Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar

All About Names

Genre Based

Other

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watchtheskytonight:

aquestionofcharacter:

fuckyeahforensics:

Here’s a look at what those stains are trying to tell you.

1 Angular If the victim was on the move, drops hit at an angle. The more oblique the impact, the longer the drop’s tail. The head points in the direction the person was traveling.
2 High Velocity
Misty, diffuse spatter is created by external force greater than 100 feet per second — which usually means a gunshot, an explosion, or (seriously) a sneeze.


3 Hair Impact
A traumatic impact between head and surface tends to leave a stain with feathered edges, like someone squished a loaded paintbrush against the wall.

4 Hair Swipe If the smear fades out in one direction, the head was likely bloody before contact. The lightest edge of the swipe points in the direction the head was traveling.
5 Fabric Swipe More fluid than hair swipes, these stains sometimes display the imprint of the bloodied clothing. T-shirt weaves are often the easiest patterns to decipher.

Good reference for writers.
What is it about writing that makes us look like serial killers?

Well you’re on tumblr

watchtheskytonight:

aquestionofcharacter:

fuckyeahforensics:

Here’s a look at what those stains are trying to tell you.

1 Angular
If the victim was on the move, drops hit at an angle. The more oblique the impact, the longer the drop’s tail. The head points in the direction the person was traveling.

2 High Velocity
Misty, diffuse spatter is created by external force greater than 100 feet per second — which usually means a gunshot, an explosion, or (seriously) a sneeze.
3 Hair Impact
A traumatic impact between head and surface tends to leave a stain with feathered edges, like someone squished a loaded paintbrush against the wall.

4 Hair Swipe
If the smear fades out in one direction, the head was likely bloody before contact. The lightest edge of the swipe points in the direction the head was traveling.

5 Fabric Swipe
More fluid than hair swipes, these stains sometimes display the imprint of the bloodied clothing. T-shirt weaves are often the easiest patterns to decipher.

Good reference for writers.

What is it about writing that makes us look like serial killers?

Well you’re on tumblr