The only reference to Cyrunian as a language is the Language line for witchwyrds. Is it a language of the Great Beyond or a nonhuman language? We do not know (yet). Also the line at the top of this article about the most common ones is not correct anymore with this inclusion, but isn't it better to have a comprehensive list of languages used on Golarion in the wiki rather than a subjective selection? I am very reluctant however to edit other people's text and remove or amend this phrase. —This unsigned post was made by Fleanetha. Please sign all posts with ~~~~.
- I think you make a good point and performing these changes would actually improve the resource. Check out the "Be bold" practice page for advice on making changes and edits to the wiki. I can't think of any active member of the wiki community who would be upset at having their words improved and seeing the project as a whole made more useful. Thanks for all your work recently, by the way. Let me or one of the other Administrators know if there's anything we can do to help out. —Yoda8myhead 20:26, 9 December 2010 (UTC)
Thank you - I have amended and worked out how to add a signature --Fleanetha 20:33, 9 December 2010 (UTC)
- My boldness has been amended and now it doesn't make a proper sentence - do I change it back again or risk a war? --Fleanetha 20:56, 9 December 2010 (UTC)
- I simply added some punctuation to what you had written. The lack of a "proper sentence" was simply a typo on my part that I would have been happy had you corrected (I have since done so). I don't think you ever have to worry about "starting a war"; at least it's never happened here as far as I know. The only thing the Administrators come down hard on, is people who intentionally deface the text by inserting vulgarity or gibberish. If we believe an edit was done with good intentions, it will rarely cause an upset. As Yoda8myhead mentioned above, this is an open-sourced project. We expect people to make edits, improvements, and corrections to our text. --Brandingopportunity 21:20, 9 December 2010 (UTC)