Tag Archives: Puelax People

Who Knew?

The only surviving writings of the Puelax People who lived in the Magothy Basin in the days before Nagspeake, rests in the private archives of Edwin Willoughby Puelax and is comprised of an illustrated text inked on fifteen thin pieces of leather whip-stitched into a book.  The language inside has yet to be completely translated, and bears no resemblance to… (more…)

Nagspeake: A Magothy Jewel

Here’s another spot where we hope to have the kind of encyclopedic information that will be the alpha and omega for visitors as well as schoolchildren assigned “Nagspeake” as a topic. On the other hand, Willie Cobblebridge is nominally in charge of writing this page, and we started this project three years ago* and he still hasn’t submitted his content.… (more…)