made up language


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You may never become a Time Lord – but least you can learn to write in their elegant, intricate language. There’s no “official” lexicon to the circular Gallifreyan script we’ve seen in Doctor Who, but Loren Sherman has a guide to writing in it. It looks cool, and it can be your own private code.

Here’s a way to write Gallifreyan ON YOUR OWN.  Totally going to do it.  I’ve been eyeing some folks tattoos and artwork that has it… and I think it would be cool to do it just because I can.