They were entirely unsuccessful. Thousands of Iron Horde orcs accepted the blood of Mannoroth, but none grew as powerful as the three that stand before you. Gurtogg, with his insatiable hunger for blood, emerged the victor in hundreds of trials by combat. Kilrogg Deadeye , Warlord of the Bleeding Hollow, seized control of his clan after performing a ritual to learn of his death. With this knowledge, he led his clan fearlessly on countless campaigns, marching toward the glorious end he desires. Now, with demon blood coursing through his veins, Kilrogg awaits you in Hellfire Citadel, awaiting the moment of his death—or yours.
This was a fun encounter for the group to brainstorm, beginning with the premise of illusions and an artifact that let a single player see through those illusions, and weaving that concept through multiple abilities and interactions. Speculated by some scholars of the Legion to be an evolved version of the common felguard, Fel Lords serve as enforcers in the direct service of Archimonde. Their cruelty is matched only by their brute force.
Zakuun was set to a task that called upon both of these traits in equal measure: breaking the iron will of a stubborn and defiant orc chieftain of the Warsong Clan. Designer notes: This Fel Lord represents a type of demon never before seen by players. The Felborne Breach. Designer notes: A lot of our boss concepts for Hellfire Citadel began by imagining what would happen if we added fel energy to different parts of the Draenor ecology. What would a fel variant of one of the void revenants we saw a glimpse of in Shadowmoon Burial Grounds look like?
The greatest warriors of the draenei have their souls imbued into gleaming constructs serving as eternal Vigilants in defense of their people. Originally a member of the Council of Exarchs before his descent into darkness, Socrethar has perverted this holiest of rituals, and used a warped fel construct to preserve his soul after his defeat in Talador. Designer note: Another familiar name, Socrethar represents one of the leaders of the Sargerei with whom players contended in Talador.
Known to her enemies as the Tyrant, Velhari was one of the first to accept the fel touch, further enhancing her combat prowess. Velhari now bears a mockery of the holy symbol of the Naaru, signifying her conviction to the new order. Designer note: Taking place atop the Citadel, looking out over the corrupted expanse of Tanaan Jungle below, this encounter features a parallel and opposing ebb and flow: initially, fel spires act as conduits for minions of the Legion, but as they are destroyed, Mannoroth gains more and more power as he is more fully reconstituted.
The battle begins against a set of channelers and their minions as Mannoroth is nothing more than a heap of bones on the ground, and concludes with a final battle against the fully empowered Mannoroth. The Black Gate. One of the original eredar who betrayed the draenei of Argus to take his place as the sinister hand of the dark titan Sargeras, Archimonde the Defiler commands the military might of the Burning Legion.
Designer note: We planted some seeds that this confrontation might be coming in the level-up quest experience. There are a couple of nods to the old Battle of Mount Hyjal encounter Doomfire was mandatory , but Archimonde has learned a number of nasty new tricks since then. Although you have the greatest heroes of Azeroth and Draenor standing beside you in this battle, even they cannot aid you within the Twisting Nether itself.
Idiom neutral has only one conjugation for all verbs; there are six tenses: present, imperfect, perfect, pluperfect, future, and future perfect. The present active is formed from the simple root of the verb, and is recognized by the place that the verb occupies in the sentence, namely after the subject, e. The form of the present, as also of all other tenses of the indicative and conditional, is independent of the gender, grammatical person, and number of the subject, that is, it always remains unchanged, r.
The imperfect is formed by adding the suffix -av to the root r.
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In the same way the present, imperfect, and future of all other verbs are formed, including av ar , to have, and es ar , to be, which are used as auxiliaries in forming other tenses, thus:. The passive participle, which is used also in forming some other tenses, always ends in -ed, r. The perfect, pluperfect, and future perfect active r. The present conditional is formed by adding the suffix —erio to the root, e. The past conditional is formed by using the present conditional of the auxiliary verb av ar and the passive participle of the respective verb, e.
The subjunctive has the same form as the conditional and is used in conditional secondary propositions with the conjunction if, if the condition expressed is considered as not having happened or as not actual, e. In secondary propositions with the conjunction ke, that, the indicative, not the subjunctive, is used, e. The imperative is formed by the addition of the following suffixes to the root of the verb:. For the third person the conjunction ke, that, is used, e. The general infinitive suffix is -ar, e g.
If the sense positively requires that past time be indicated which is very seldom , the past infinitive may be formed by the suffix -avar or by the infinitive of the auxiliary verb av ar with the passive participle of the respective verb, e. The general suffix for the active participle is -ant, e. The past participle is forned by means of the suffix -avant or by the participle of the verb av ar with the passive participle of the respective verb, e. The future participle is formed by means of the suffix -erant, e.
The participial adverb is obtained by adding the adverbial suffix -e to the participle, e. The indicative, conditional, imperative and infinitive passive are formed by means of the active of the auxiliary verb es ar , to be, and the passive participle of the respective verb, e. The past participle takes the suffix -aved, the future -ered, e. The gerundive is formed by means of the suffix: -and, e. The following synopsis gives a distinct idea of the conjugation of the verb am ar, to love:. All verbs without exception can be conjugated according to this model; and any subject may be used instead of the pronoun mi, e.
In impersonal verbs the pronoun it, it, is used as subject, e. Reciprocity is indicated by the pronoun unotr or by the adverb resiproke, e. Questions, both direct and indirect, are introduced by the conjunction eske, whether, if an interrogative word is not already in the sentence, c. If, on the contrary, there is an interrogative word in the sentence, eske is omitted; the interrogative word always precedes the verb, Gl. Ki parl? Who speaks? Libr de ki es su tabl? Whose book is on the table?
A ki vo donav flori? To whom did you give the flowers? Ki patr puni? Whom does the father punish? Ko ki vo esav in teatr? With whom were you in the theater? Kuant arbori es in votr hort? How many trees are in your garden? Kuant paroli vo av skribed? How many words have you written? The remaining adverbs are derivative, and they are formed by adding the suffix —e to other parts of speech or to roots, r. For the adverbs in -foa see Chapter IV. The prefixes si- and pre-, the preposition po and the adverb plu are joined to the word diurn, day, to form words denoting days close at hand: r.
In the same way also from other roots, hor hour, seman week, mens month, anu year, etc. Adverbs are compared by placing the adverb plu for the comparative, and leplu for the superlative, before the word to be compared, r. An adverb used to modify a verb is always placed after it, e. The adverb no forms an exception to this rule, and is always placed before the verb, e. Complements of time, place and reason may be placed before the verb, if they are of special importance, e.
The remaining prepositions are derivative and are formed from other parts of speech or from roots by the addition of the suffix -u, or they are formed by circumlocution. The principal ones follow: c. The remaining conjunctions are rendered by circumlocution; for some conjunctions adverbial forms suffice. The remaining interjections are rendered by other parts of speech. I beg your pardon!
Words are distinguished into primitives otherwise known as radicals , e. Radicals are taken from the Aryan languages. In this the following seven languages were especially considered: English e , French f , German d [from the first letter of the word: deutsch], Spanish s , Italian i , Russian r and Latin l , and, wherever practicable, such words were chosen as occur in all seven languages, e. This work of the Academy has shown that there are very many words which are already international, — many more than is generally believed.
The most of the radicals chosen occur in at least four of the above-mentioned leading languages; only exceptionally had roots to be taken, that are common to fewer than four of these languages, e. In order to bring the pronunciation into agreement with the orthography, that is, in order to obtain a really simple, easily acquired orthography, it was resolved to write:. These rules served in general for guidance, but the Academy did not deem them binding in every instance, and examined each particular root as to its form and meaning.
All words that, in any respect, do not agree with the rules given below for the formation of derivatives and compounds, are considered radicals of the Neutral Language, even if they are derivatives in the national languages, e. A root remains always unchanged; prefixes and suffixes may be added to it, or a second radical may be joined with it. Radicals can belong to all the parts of speech, e. There are radicals of one, two, three, four, and even in a few instances five syllables.
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Roots may begin with a vowel. Two, three, and even four consecutive consonants may stand at the beginning and in the middle of a word, if such spelling is found in English, French and German, e. Besides the suffixes given above in the discussion of the various parts of speech, the Neutral Language has the following:. All these suffixes may be employed in the formation of new words, and in accordance with the rules given above, by anyone using the language; the suffix -ad is, however, excepted; the Academy reserves to itself the formation of new words in which this suffix appears, on account of its indeterminate meaning.
Compound words, that is, words containing two roots, may be formed from all the parts of speech with the exception of the cardinal numbers see below , if the sense allows it, by simple juxtaposition, with a hyphen or usually without it; the determining or modifying word precedes the determined , e. As the most common prefixes and suffixes taken from the natural languages have been chosen, the most of the artificially formed words correspond fully to the natural words with the same meaning; e.
Often, however, the natural words that have become international are not identical with the regularly formed, artificial words,e. Such international words are placed in the dictionary in the orthography of Idiom neutral in parentheses immediately after the regularly formed, artificial word of the same meaning. It is allowed to use at will either form. The following abbreviations are used in the Neutral Language r. Sankt-Peterburg , 8 februar Respondante votr letr de 1 februar , direktorad de sosietet de relsrut S.
Peterburg, a termin 8 april loku S. Aparati deb esar adresed a shef de stasion Peterburg de relsrut nomed e deb esar asekured per vo e pro votr kont; if aparati u partii de ili esero ruined u perded in voyaj, vo deb mitar nemediate otri, plasu aparati e partii ruined u perded.
Vo prend su vo garantad de funksion rekt de aparati durantu un anu da resivasion de ili per ofiseri de relsrut nomed. Mon esero payed a vo no plu tarde ka un seman po resivasion definitiv de aparati. Direktorad nomed av honor pregar vo, sinior estimed, avisar di akseptasion de ist komision no plu tarde ka 15 februar — If tetempe votr respond no esero resived, direktorad nomed estimero, ke vo av refused ist komision. Shef de seksion ekonomik, N.
President de direktorad, N. Kristiania , 27 februar A doktor de medisin P. Peterburg, Rusia. Koleg estimed! Mi aprendav, ke votr artikl di influensa es traduked eks lingu rusik in lingu fransik. It es ver, ke ekspresioni mult spesiale medisinik no ankor eksist in diksionar nomed, ma it no es obstakl pro skribasion de artikli sientifik in ist lingu, kause ist ekspresioni es paroli internasional. Publikasion de idiom neutral interesero et votr filio, kel kolekt postmarki, kause ist idiom es lingu praktikal pro korespondad ko kolektatori in otr landi.
Ko respekt grand e ko saluti kordial mi rest Votr serv leplu devot F. Words containing a hyphen, e. Prefixes and suffixes of derivatives are printed in italics, e. If a word in parentheses immediately follows a derived Neutral word, e. On the Neutral-English side the root of the Neutral word occurs but once; the suffixes in italics which follow should be added to the root to form words, e. The letters in parentheses given after the names of the chemical elements, e.
After their ratification by the cifal Director general: an honorary position created for Schleyer , the statutes should be communicated to the congress perhaps a future one is intended. The work of the Academy now began, and Schleyer was the first to propose certain questions to the Academy; among others this: Should every root without exception begin with a consonant?
Alphabet: a sounds, b letters. Formation of Words: a roots, b derivatives, c compounds. Arrangement of Words. Grammar: a declension, b conjugation, c use and signification of prepositions, adverbs, etc. Examination of improperly formed words of the Dictionary. Proposing of new words. It may be noted in passing that the answers were such that no radical changes were immediately necessary. Thereupon the Director, in accordance with his programme, proposed other questions to the Academy and, after the answers of the individual academicians had been received, compared them, and the opinion of the majority formed a resolution of the Academy.
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At first the Academy had labored very diligently, so that at the beginning of the year the following had been resolved: what sounds were allowable in the language, by what letters they should be represented, the accentuation of words, and some principles for the formation of words; the two leading principles for the selection of roots were as follows: 1 it is allowed to choose roots at will, but when possible, short roots existing in the natural languages should be preferred, 2 it is not necessary to retain the original form of the root, but that form which is nearest the original is the best.
Schleyer, who had not been present at the congress, announced that he ratified all paragraphs of the statutes with the exception of those which determined his rights in the Academy, and that he reserved to himself a veto in all cases. Thus the International Academy of the Universal Language had become a viable self-existent institution, whose given right and imposed duty were: 1 to complete the grammar and dictionary of the inventor, and 2 to introduce unlimited changes in them as soon as such should be considered improvements by the Academy.
Although therefore there was every prospect that the work of the Academy, begun with such success, would be finished in accordance with the programme, it must unfortunately be stated that after the congress there was a diminution of energy in the prosecution of the work, and that it was even brought to a temporary standstill.
The fault first of all lay in this, that the Director changed the manner of proposing questions, since he 1 no longer proposed to the Academy single parts of the grammar to be voted on, but a complete grammatical project at one time, and with further proposed changes, and 2 directed the academicians to come to an agreement as to the acceptance or non-acceptance of this grammar with the clubs of the countries which they represented, —a method of voting not provided for in the statutes.
Professor Kerckhoffs, however, for many months remained silent. In order again to put in motion the interrupted work of the Academy, in November, , at the instance of the St. Thereupon the Academy commissioned a provisional committee, consisting of Champ-Rigot, Guigues and Heyligers, three members of the Academy living in Paris, to bring about the election of a new Director.
This committee reported its work in its six circulars to the members of the Academy of November 2, to December 14, Since one of the members of the committee, H. After making this examination the Leitmeritz club, by a circular to the academicians of date May 16, , announced that I was actually the newly-elected Director.
In the first place I left the grammar entirely alone and began with the most important part of the work—the examination of improperly formed words and the proposing of new words. In this I met with very little opposition: most of the words proposed by me were accepted unanimously, and objection was made by individual academicians to only a few words, that is counter-proposals were made; for instance, I had proposed frat , brother instead of blod , for which academician Plum of Copenhagen considered fratr still more suitable.
This long time was fixed upon to enable the Brazilian member of the Academy to take part in the work, and it was impossible for his vote to arrive in St. Petersburg at an earlier date. In this way, on the one hand, many really good and practical proposals came to light, which is most desirable in such work, and every proposal of every academician was put to the vote of the Academy; on the other hand opportunity was given to each member of the Academy to make his own proposals and to take part in the selection of a definite proposal from among several. Thence also contentment reigned among the members of the Academy, whose number by the accession of very capable persons began to increase.
I must here name the chief among them, as they had a material influence on the labors of the Academy:. Besides these artificial languages the works of the following persons also influenced the Academy: Dr. Esperanto was the best work in practical execution, on the other hand the best theoretical directions for creating an international language had been given by J.
With the probable exception of Prof. Bauer, all the above-cited authors agreed in this, that the roots of words must be taken from living languages or from the Latin, and with as little change as possible. Of the greatest importance to the labors of the Academy was the work of Dr. He then pointed out that there already exists a large number of so-called world-words, e. After the work of Dr. What you have to do now is to elaborate a complete dictionary.
The International Academy of the Universal Language, however, willingly followed these practical suggestions. After I had called the attention of the Academy to the above-cited works on universal language in general and to that of Liptay in particular, and had invited the members to take them into consideration in voting, in order that the Academy might not be behind in the general movement, the leading principles of orthography were soon settled, and then the resolution was passed that for every root the international form must be sought.
When the five years of my directorship were at an end, the programme of the work in essentials had been carried out; the Academy had accepted:. The sum of the then-existent resolutions of the Academy could already be rightly called an artificial language. This academic language is essentially distinguished from all other artificial languages in this, that it is not the work of one man, but is the result of years of toil on the part of a whole international society.
I having declined a re-election, 47 from the persons proposed as Director of the Academy, on the 16th of May, , Rev. Holmes, member of the Academy, resident in Macedon, New York, was unanimously elected for the term of five years. The new Director continued the work of the Academy in the same spirit: the language was further enlarged both by changes of some things previously accepted, but which had proved unsuitable, and by the acceptance of a large number of new roots and new derivatives and compounds, and partly by means of several new prefixes and suffixes.
The language is now so far finished that it can be practically useful, and therefore it is time to publish in the form of grammar and dictionary, as here presented, the resolutions so far passed by the Academy. The work of the Academy, however, is not ended, nor will it ever altogether cease, for the Neutral Language, as every living language, will be subject to constant growth, and accordingly the Academy will be obliged continually to add to the dictionary.
The Academy has granted me a concession to publish the German dictionary of the Neutral Language, and a similar concession for the English dictionary to Rev. Director Holmes.
Should the foregoing dictionary by its practical use in life serve to facilitate international intercourse, its task is accomplished. I consider it an agreeable duty on this occasion to express my most obliged thanks to the Director, Rev. Holmes, for all the friendly services which he has so kindly rendered to me during the preparation of this book. Since the above was written the German grammar and dictionary of the Neutral Language have appeared, 49 and there are already many indications that Idiom Neutral is destined to become in the near future the medium of international intercommunication.
A concession has been granted by the Academy to W. Bonto van Bylevelt, one of the academicians for Holland, to publish the Dutch grammar and dictionary of the language. I take the present opportunity of testifying to the many helpful suggestions received from Mr. Rosenberger, Vice-director of the Academy; all which have tended to the betterment of this book.
Schoy, , p. Gins, Eugene Heinzeler. Fock, Hannover: and Inklaar, Alberto Liptay.
Brockhaus, , p. Linguist, Leipzig: E. Haberland, Since 17 May, , Mrs. Abbreviations, Accent mark , 2. Accent stress , 2. Accentuation, 2. Accusative, 3. Active, Adjective, 8. Adjective as substantive, Adjective, position of, Adverb, , Adverb, numeral, Adverb, participial, Adverb, position of, Article, 4, Aryan languages, radicals taken from, Cardinal numbers, Cardinal numbers, position of, Comparison, 9, Complements of time, place and reason, position of, Compounds, 82, Conditional, 41, Conjugation, Conjunction, 67, Consonants, 1.
Dating, manner of, Dative, 3. Days of week, Declension, 3. Declension of pronouns, 29, 33, Derivatives, 80, Diminutives, 6. Distributives, Feminine, 5. Foreign words, pronunciation of, 1. Formation of words, Fractions, Fractions, position of, Gender, 5. Genitive, 3. Gerundive, Imperative, Indicative, Infinitive, 45, Interjection, 69, Iteratives, Masculine, 5. Months of year, Multiplicatives, Neuter, 5.
Nominative, 3. Numeral, Ordinal numbers, Orthography, 1, Participle, 39, 47, 48, Passive, Plural, formation of, 3, Prefixes, 80, Preposition, 65, Preposition, position of, Primitives, Pronoun, Pronoun, correlative, Pronoun, demonstrative, Pronoun, indefinite, Pronoun, interrogative, Pronoun, personal, Pronoun, position of, Pronoun, possessive, Pronoun, relative, Pronunciation, 1, 2.
Questions, Radicals, Reciprocity, Root never changes, Specimens of the language, 85, and passim.
Subjunctive, Substantive, 3. Suffixes, 81, and passim. Time of day, Verb, Verb from adjective, Verb, impersonal, Verb, numeral, Verb, position of, Verb, reflexive, Vowels, 1.
Vowels, consecutive, 1. Search this site. Pronunciation and Orthography. The Substantive. The Adjective. The Numeral. The Pronoun. The Verb. The Adverb. The Preposition. The Conjunction. The Interjection. Formation of Words. Index to the Grammar. Macedon, N.
The consonants are always pronounced as follows: b as b in the English word bar. Words are accented according to the following rule r. The Neutral Language has only one declension for all substantives r. Nominative: dom ; the or a house. Genitive: de dom ; of the or a house. Dative: a dom ; to the or a house. Accusative: dom ; the or a house. Nominative: dom i ; the houses. Genitive: de dom i ; of the houses.
Dative: a dom i ; to the houses. Accusative: dom i ; the houses. The Personal Pronoun. The reflexive pronoun is se, self. These pronouns can take the adverbial suffix -e, in which case they mean: kual e? In the same way the present, imperfect, and future of all other verbs are formed, including av ar , to have, and es ar , to be, which are used as auxiliaries in forming other tenses, thus: mi av, I have.
The imperative is formed by the addition of the following suffixes to the root of the verb: a for the 2d pers. Present: mi es am ed , I am loved. Imperfect: mi esav am ed , I was loved.
Perfect: mi av esed am ed , I have been loved. Pluperfect: mi avav esed am ed , I had been loved. Future: mi esero am ed , I shall be loved. Past: mi averio esed am ed , I should have been loved. Present: mi am. Imperfect: mi am av. Perfect: mi av am ed. Pluperfect: mi av av am ed. Future: mi am ero. Future Perfect: mi av ero am ed. Present: mi am erio. Past: mi av erio am ed. Reflexive verbs are conjugated according to the following rules: r. Eske vo volu skribar? Do you wish to write? Mi no konos, eske it plis a vo, I do not know whether it pleases you. Adverbs are distinguished as primitive and derivative.
The following are the primitive adverbs: c. The following are the Interrogative adverbs: ke frekuent e? The interrogative adverbs can be used also as relatives. The following are the primitive prepositions: c. Prepositions always precede the substantive in the nominative, e. The following are the primitive conjunctions: c. The following are the primitive interjections : c.
In order to bring the pronunciation into agreement with the orthography, that is, in order to obtain a really simple, easily acquired orthography, it was resolved to write: 1. Derivatives are formed by the addition of prefixes or suffixes to the root. These prefixes may be appended to all radicals, in so far as the sense allows it. Besides the suffixes given above in the discussion of the various parts of speech, the Neutral Language has the following: -ad; this suffix has no fixed meaning and forms substantives having some reference to the root; it is used also for the formation of substantives that denote the result of an action; e.
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Afrik , n. Alban ia , n. Aljer ia , n. Alsas ia , n. Amerik , n. Anatol ia , n. Andalus ia , n. Angl ia , n. Antil i , n. Apenin i , n. Arab ia , n. Armen ia , n. Asia , n. Asir ia , n. Atlant ik osean , Atlantic Ocean. Austr ia , n. Austral ia , n. B babili ar , v. Balt ik mar , Baltic Sea. Bavar ia , n. Belg ia , n. Berber ia , n. Bohem ia , n. Boliv ia , n. Brasil ia , n. Breton ia , n. Britan ia , n. Cili , n. Cines ia , n.
Dalmat ia , n. Dan ia , n. Dardanel i , n. Egipt ia , n. Ekles ia , n. Espan ia , n. Estind ia , n. Etiop ia , n. Europ , n. F fabl , n. Finland ia , n. Flandr ia , n. Frankon ia , n. Frans ia , n. G gabion , n. Gal ia , n. Galis ia , n. Galits ia , n. Glas ik mar , Polar Sea. Grenland ia , n. Gres ia , n. Grus ia , n. H habit ar , v. Hanovr , n. Helvet ia , n. Hungar ia , n.
I -i , suffix indicating the plural. Ilir ia , n. Ind ia , n. Irland ia , n. Island ia , n. Ital ia , n. J jalus , a. Kaliforn ia , n. Karint ia , n. Karpat i , n. Kasp ik mar , Caspian Sea. Kaukas , n.
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Korsika , n. Krist , n. Kroat ia , n. Lapon ia , n. Lituan ia , n. Livon ia , n. Lombard ia , n. Lotaring ia , n. Mediteran mar , Mediterranean Sea. Meksik , n. Mesias , n. Moldav ia , n. N nadir , n. Nederland ia , n. Negr mar , Black Sea. Niufundland ia , n. Nord ik mar , North Sea. Osean ia , n. P pagan , n. Palestina , n. Pasifik osean , Pacific Ocean. Patagon ia , n. Pers ia , n. Peru , n. Pireneik mont i , the Pyrenees. Polon ia , n. Pomeran ia , n. Portugal ia , n. Prus ia , n. R rabat , n. Ruman ia , n. Rumel ia , n. Rus ia , n. Sakson ia , n. Savoya , n. Serb ia , n. Siber ia , n.
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