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The People of Ádeya


Ádeya is the culture that is the primary focus of my work with Zíonído.

The Ádeyan language has a fairly simple phonology, generally analytical syntax, and is based on various natlangs I know (English, Spanish, Japanese).


Their history tells about their origins, their merge with Syûzin, and their political and social organization to the present time.


Their mythology combines traditional elements of the Wohaiehn culture with some darker aspects of Syûzin, and adds some original themes as well.


Their culture has been shaped by their history and cultures around them.

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