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In order to support COTI, I've moved my basic grammars into the Moot Spire. It looks like they've received enough interest that they might help fund this site via memberships. I think anyone with a bit of language interest could do what I've done here, but if you think my contributions there have enriched Traveller, then please consider memberizing yourself.

The Vilani grammar was also moved. This is the grammar Kenji slaved over back in the late 90s, which I knit together in the 2000s and developed the lexicon for. If you're a language nut, that one grammar alone is worth the Moot membership.
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Everyone,

In order to support COTI, I've moved my basic grammars into the Moot Spire. It looks like they've received enough interest that they might help fund this site via memberships. I think anyone with a bit of language interest could do what I've done here, but if you think my contributions there have enriched Traveller, then please consider memberizing yourself.

The Vilani grammar was also moved. This is the grammar Kenji slaved over back in the late 90s, which I knit together in the 2000s and developed the lexicon for. If you're a language nut, that one grammar alone is worth the Moot membership.

Thanks, Robject.

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Shouldn't that be "Basic grammar's moved"?
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Nope - he did more than one basic grammar.
Vilani, Zhodani etc - so moving multiple grammar guides is moving several grammars
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