< 11: Urianian by Lars Finsen Feimoranti by Daniel Swanson

Translated by: Daniel Swanson
mailefei kalistomatudai rkadeivho
aivunami kaito anumkai kalistomatei melarkaifik kailefik fintu. duranerosnim
mkashansash rkadeinta longo zufhiraraza muk kalistomatei. rkadish shav sudai
kalong muk mkashansa fer surk shan gkadeilinta vheso muk si. rkadish shav ingo
muk si fer gotkish shav ungorelo muk si. kailish shav kalkarfermatasnish vheso
si gurk.
fot! zhuraish rkadeinta ingo mer! sharkanish morantudai kalongasniraza
mkashansasam kaligkasnish nguvasnish eili fusenasnish vhino si. vhineisami
kalsai'asniraza si sish muneikaligerkalkarferasho fhu ot.
Smooth translation:
The story of the powerthirsty war leader
Long ago in spring there dwelt a war leader near a river in a northern land. One
sunflight the general curiously ate a powerful drug. The drug poisoned his mind
and threw strange ideas at him. He had great power and a single enormous wish.
He threw himself the idea of conquering and ruling many lands.
Listen up! Be brave! They fail to understand that they don't need to fight
because this drug has poisoned their minds. While that is so, because they are
agressors, we will attack them, defeat them, and stop them.
Translation of previous torch Missing
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Grammar notes
The terminology for ideas is pretty much identical to the terminology for
projectile weapons.
"Be brave!" is literally "have a strong bellybutton!", since the bellybuttons
are the source of courage.