×
Create a new article
Write your page title here:
We currently have 4,933 articles on Polcompball Anarchy Wiki. Type your article name above or create one of the articles listed here!



    Polcompball Anarchy Wiki


    Asianoscriptism is the belief that all alphabets from all languages should be made to look more Asian.

    Asianoscriptic Language

    Under this ideology, the English language would turn into Asianoscriptic English.

    File:Asianoscirptic eng alphabet.jpeg
    The 26 primary symbols of the language


    The first thing to understand in Asianoscriptic English is that like its predecessor it has 26 symbols, but unlike its predecessor it has thousands of letters.


    The thing that differentiates from east Asian text and this language's text is that all the characters don't need to be remembered, Here is how.

    1. Characters are syllables, an example is the character "two", because two represents a syllable, it is a character.
    2. Two has three letters, t, w, and o.
    3. Because T comes first you are going to draw a t first.
    4. Then you are going to place the w symbol in the t, and move it a little to the right, to indicate that t is the first letter and that w is the next.
    5. Because all sides of every letter need to be shown in a character, the o symbol cannot be leaning up against other symbols, so if must find itself in the middle of the character.
    6. Capital H is only used when it does not make the "huh" sound.
    7. If a single syllable exceeds 4 letters, individual symbols are allowed to flip on the other side of the major symbol.

    Simplified Asianoscriptic

    The simplified version of the alphabet more evenly distributes the letters in a symbol. This tends to make more complex symbols look less squished and pressured. In symbols that only contain 1 letter than they cannot be simplified. If a symbol contains 2 letters, then the first letter is drawn then a vertical line right in the middle of the first letter is made and the second letter goes inbetween the line in the first letter. If a symbol contains 3 letters, then the first letter is drawn then a vertical line is right in the middle of the first letter is made and the second and third letters go on the vertical line, in vertical fashion. If a symbol contains 4 letters, then the first letter is drawn then two vertical lines are made right in the middle of the first letter and the second and third letters are made on the first vertical line and the fourth letter is made on the second vertical line. If a symbol contains 5 letters, the main letter is drawn then the two vertical lines are made inside the main letter and letters 2-3 in the symbol will be vertically designated at the first vertical line and the other letters at the second vertical line will be vertically designated as well.

    Here is an example:
    1. File:Asianoscriptic english exm "two".jpeg
      link=File:Asianoscriptic_english_exm_%22two%22.jpeg
      I know this sounds really confusing but I think you will understand more if I show you a diagram of the process.


    Dictionary

    Primary Symbols

    Translation (Asianoscriptic comes with both Traditional and Simplified)
    English Asianoscriptic Chinese Korean Japanese Thai
    A File:Icon-a.png
    B File:Icon-b.png
    C File:Icon-c.png
    D File:Icon-d.png
    E File:Icon-e.png
    F File:Icon-f.png [Nan]
    G File:Icon-g.png
    H File:Icon-h.png
    I File:Icon-i.png อิ
    J File:Icon-j.png
    K File:Icon-k.png
    L File:Icon-i.png
    M File:Icon-m.png
    N File:Icon-n.png [Nan]
    O File:Icon-o.png
    P File:Icon-p.png
    Q File:Icon-q.png
    R File:Icon-r.png [Nan]
    S File:Icon-s.png
    T File:Icon-t.png
    U File:Icon-u.png or link=File:Icon-u%2224%22.png อุ
    V File:Icon-v.png [Nan] [Nan]
    W File:Icon-w.png
    X File:Icon-x.png [Nan]
    Y File:Icon-y.png
    Z File:Icon-z.png ㄓ or ㄗ [Nan] อิ
    The File:Icon-the.png 그만큼 あの ที่
    Of File:Icon-of.png or File:Icons-of.png ของ
    Wu File:Icon-wu.png ㅟㅜ てう วู้
    Uwu link=File:Icon-u%2224%22.pngFile:Icon-wu.png or File:Icon-uwu.png [Nan] ㅜㅟㅜ うてう อุวู้
    So File:Icon-so.png 这么 そう ดังนั้น
    Soc File:Icon-soc.png 这么西 そっ สค
    Social File:Icon-so.pngFile:Icon-cial.png or File:Icons-social.png 社会的 사회적인 ソーシャル สังคม

    Images


    <comments />

    Cookies help us deliver our services. By using our services, you agree to our use of cookies.

    Recent changes

  • TheElectricBomb • 15 minutes ago
  • TheElectricBomb • 46 minutes ago
  • NesanelF • 48 minutes ago
  • NesanelF • 49 minutes ago
  • Cookies help us deliver our services. By using our services, you agree to our use of cookies.