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Link of the Week
Omniglot, a fascinating website covering writing systems from around the world, past, present, and imaginary. Why invent an alphabet for your fantasy (or sci-fi) game when so many interesting and diverse ones already exist?

Though it should go without saying for our readership here, I should point out that Tolkien invented all of Middle-Earth as "justification" for his Elvish languages. Surely one of these writing systems can inspire you to spice up one of your stereotypical fantasy cultures?