I’ve been wanting to write a long post about Globasa and Pandunia for quite some time, but I haven’t gotten around to it yet because I’ve been so focused on writing about my work, but, if you were to look at my personal notes document, you’d see that each language is mentioned many times. It isn’t a secret to those that know me that I love those languages for being well-crafted worldlangs—I talk about them offline quite a lot. Both have given me huge inspiration in how I’ve shaped greyfolk language.
I mentioned Globasa in my review of 2019. At the time of posting, I didn’t even mention it by name (though, I just edited it in). So, it was a surprise to see that post pop up on the Globasa channel of the Auxlangs Discord.
So, it seems right to shout them out for shouting out my shout out.
I also gave Pandunia a brief mention in an old post where I mentioned that I was looking to it (and Lojban) for some inspiration for greyfolk language.
When I have the time (and my injured arm isn’t telling me to stop typing), I’ll talk about them a little bit more. It seems like both worldlangs are slated for a decent-sized update soon (Globasa’s creator is seemingly finishing up phase 2, and Pandunia’s creator is working toward version 2.0 in two months), so that seems like it would be a fun time to talk about both of them!