Naming Languages, Part III: Putting it all together

Originally I’d intended to break up these two posts in terms of the Sedekevran conlang vs. the Mesenle conlang, because I’d discovered a lot of interesting differences in the way I approached the two. Mesenle was, from the start, intended to sound foreign — it’s not familiar and it’s not supposed to be. It signals to the readers that they can’t necessarily make assumptions about the culture — compared to, say, what a reader can reasonably expect from a fantasy set in a country called Westerleigh and featuring a protagonist named Roland. (If the latter turns out to be about bedouins, I will… I dunno, give you a dollar or something.)

Anyway, let's go finish making a conlang.