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So... Excalibur IS Hayden Tenno. Or based off him at least.

 

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I know its been mentioned before, but its good to have an official confirmation

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Just glancing at the numbers, something feels a bit off. 

 

Seeing as how the symbols repeat in a sense for 6-9 (as 1~4 but with a hyphen tacked below), would the number 10 be the same as number 5 but with a hyphen added on? Or is it just a 1 and a 0 (assuming that the numeric system functions identically to the decimal system).

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I hope someone can turn this into a text script/code/font so it can be used to type XD

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Wait, I don't quite understand--there's many different pictures, each described as being "someone's efforts"... is there an official one on that link, and if so, which one is it?

 

EDIT: This is particularly confusing because the various images do not agree with eachother on certain parts.

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So... Excalibur IS Hayden Tenno. Or based off him at least.

Please play Dark sector. (you'll see the resemblance.... You may even see nyx ;)

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Please play Dark sector. (you'll see the resemblance.... You may even see nyx ;)

I've played Dark Sector. Decent game. Terrible controls though. 

 

Wished the Jackal was a ride on Warframe , it'd be so glorious.

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Is the first picture of symbols the official release of the actual alphabet (tennobet, whatever) and the numbers?
If so, I think there's a mistake in the first line of the first picture of examples.

 

Based on the first set of symbols, it seems to say "you are the hope aMd future of the Tenno".

Based on the explanatory descriptions of the sympons, it reads out as ".eeooh awr dhuhh, hopa amd feeoochoor, awf dhuhh tehno."

 

I haven't gotten any further yet. This is going to be a $#*(@ to learn :D

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So does this mean that Dark Sector is confirmed as canon?

It has been for a while. Proto armor skin for excal is a direct import of Hayden' Tenno's model from DS.

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To those asking, I think it's possible to make a font for this, but it's going to take some fancy kerning to make it function properly.

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It has been for a while. Proto armor skin for excal is a direct import of Hayden' Tenno's model from DS.

 

Eh, that gets argued as an easter egg a lot, due to it being a timed exclusive.

 

It's a little harder to dispute now.

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language?

all i see is

barbed%20wire.jpg

 

and people who write in anything other then english see what you're typing as "nfjk lsnb ujflnsdkvg l;fcnzkvln cdjslkfsn gbvsfd" .

 

 

my point being its not what it looks like it's what it means.

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It's not a new language, it's still English, but written with Tennobet.

Technically it's not a language, it's a syllabary. It's a set of written symbols which represent consonant/vowel sounds and syllables. You can technically write in any language with it (unless the language does not use consonants/vowels/syllables).

 

If I wanted to, I could write in Spanish using the Tennobet. Or Japanese.

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Technically it's not a language, it's a syllabary. It's a set of written symbols which represent consonant/vowel sounds and syllables. You can technically write in any language with it (unless the language does not use consonants/vowels/syllables).

 

If I wanted to, I could write in Spanish using the Tennobet. Or Japanese.

 

Does this mean the Tenno could have multiple - shall we say - languages within the one culture?

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