Teenagers are so silly.
I originally created these languages around 1990 or so, for the
alleged purpose of using them in a series of books and/or
adventure games I was planning to write. These languages still represent
the only actual output of what was supposed to be a major literary
- A big colorful map of the Stofonian Empire at it's height.
- Nice little online maps of Roberton's Planet, which I have just redrawn in order to make them (relatively) canonical.
- Family tree of the Elosio-Meelian Family of Languages,
which includes Stofonian, Elosian, and Knarrian.
- More maps, showing the spread of some of the Elosio-Meelian languages.
- History of the Elosian and
translated from a Stoffonian text.
- History of the Founding of the Elosian Empire by Binalon I.
Elaborates on events already discussed in
- Description of the Stofonian language.
- Description of the Elosian Language
- Description of the Knarrian Language
- The Language of Gullen (pretty skimpy so far)
- Timeline of dates gathered from the other documents.
- an Elosian song in honor of a deified Empress,
translated into Stofonian, Knarrian, and English.
- some Rush lyrics, translated into Elosian.
Good grief, I used to be a geek.
- a quote from the book Atlas Shrugged
by Ayn Rand; in Knarrian, Elosian, and Stofonian.
English not included.
- a story I wrote about 5 years ago. This thing
could pretty much be set on contemporary earth,
but I set it in the Stofonian Empire so I could
use all those funny names. It's not finished,
either. Cuts out before it gets started, actually.
- Semi-canonical Material (may contradict the above, but still forms part of the archives)
- Search my Blog for postings about this stuff.
- Bloggings of interest:
- Robertson's Planet related postings from the Evil Grinn BBS.
- stofrule.txt - a list of Stofonian rulers.
- stofull.txt - Stofonian rulers with expanded commentary.
- encylo.txt - an "encycolpedia". Uses some of the same material as stofull.txt. Attempts to tie Robertson's planet into the same universe as several comics that I created in my teens.