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#1 13/09/2018 at 15:52

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Hello 'Nistas!

This week, we are bringing you to the elfish world imagined by our talented players, with two new outfits!

What do you think of this theme and these beautiful outfits?

Thank you Yraloin (DE) and costachikita (ES) for these beautiful creations!

Have a great day!


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#2 14/09/2018 at 10:07

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nice news but i bought the dress in black and it don't fit with my doll !!!!! hope it will be fixed soon !


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#3 14/09/2018 at 12:04

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-visibly twitches at the word 'elfish'- P-pretty sure the proper word is Elvish...

But my nitpicks aside, the outfits are lovely, as are the hair and makeup!

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#4 14/09/2018 at 13:34

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Amagaaaad. LOVE IT /modules/forum/img/smilies/coeur.gif  /modules/forum/img/smilies/sourire.gif

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#5 15/09/2018 at 00:42

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Cinder wrote

-visibly twitches at the word 'elfish'- P-pretty sure the proper word is Elvish...

But my nitpicks aside, the outfits are lovely, as are the hair and makeup!

https://photo.likeafashionista.com/gb/1/58/moy/46343.jpg
I was curious. So I had to look it up. /vendor/beemoov/forum/../../../public/forum/smilies/lol.png


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#6 15/09/2018 at 07:57

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EmmyAna wrote

Cinder wrote

-visibly twitches at the word 'elfish'- P-pretty sure the proper word is Elvish...

But my nitpicks aside, the outfits are lovely, as are the hair and makeup!

https://photo.likeafashionista.com/gb/1/58/moy/46343.jpg
I was curious. So I had to look it up. /vendor/beemoov/forum/../../../public/forum/smilies/lol.png


Yeah, I got more curious too lol. I actually found this answer on a stackexchange question, and it makes a lot of sense to me.

"Consistency matters here. Whether you habitually convert the f to a v or not should tell you what to do in these circumstances.
The singular, elf, obviously has an f at the end. If, when you use the plural, you say elves, then it follows that you use elven and elvish, as the f-alternatives break consistency.
However, if you use elfs as the plural, then it is best that you use elfen and elfish. In this case, the v-alternatives break consistency.
Nevertheless, let us consider other words that function similarly. Think of the word thief: From it, we get the plural thieves (f converts to a v in the presence of a voiced suffix), the noun thievery (same process), the adjective thievish (same process), and the verb to thieve (this originally had a voiced suffix, which was lost as time went on; it is retained to some cases, he thieves, thou thievest, X thieved, etc.). The only word related to thief whose f does not become a v is theft, and that occurs because -t is a voiceless, not voiced, suffix.
So, if you say thieves, not thiefs, and you say wives, not wifes, and you say dwarves, not dwarfs, it follows that you use the v-forms of elf; but the choice is up to you. My only advice is to remain consistent."

In case anyone else was curious or is following along! /vendor/beemoov/forum/../../../public/forum/smilies/big_smile.png

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#7 15/09/2018 at 12:08

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Cinder wrote

Yeah, I got more curious too lol. I actually found this answer on a stackexchange question, and it makes a lot of sense to me.

"Consistency matters here. Whether you habitually convert the f to a v or not should tell you what to do in these circumstances.
The singular, elf, obviously has an f at the end. If, when you use the plural, you say elves, then it follows that you use elven and elvish, as the f-alternatives break consistency.
However, if you use elfs as the plural, then it is best that you use elfen and elfish. In this case, the v-alternatives break consistency.
Nevertheless, let us consider other words that function similarly. Think of the word thief: From it, we get the plural thieves (f converts to a v in the presence of a voiced suffix), the noun thievery (same process), the adjective thievish (same process), and the verb to thieve (this originally had a voiced suffix, which was lost as time went on; it is retained to some cases, he thieves, thou thievest, X thieved, etc.). The only word related to thief whose f does not become a v is theft, and that occurs because -t is a voiceless, not voiced, suffix.
So, if you say thieves, not thiefs, and you say wives, not wifes, and you say dwarves, not dwarfs, it follows that you use the v-forms of elf; but the choice is up to you. My only advice is to remain consistent."

In case anyone else was curious or is following along! /vendor/beemoov/forum/../../../public/forum/smilies/big_smile.png

That was an interesting read. I've got a special admiration for anyone who looks up trivia just because they were wondering about something.

A curious mind is a terrible thing to waste. /vendor/beemoov/forum/../../../public/forum/smilies/big_smile.png


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#8 16/09/2018 at 02:55

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You learn something new every day! XD Thank you for enlightening me, Cinder and EmmyAna~ As a Tolkien fan, I've always wondered what the proper spelling was. I guess it's both? Now I have to go find my LOTR books and see how Tolkien writes it...


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#9 16/09/2018 at 18:04

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Okay I know the theme is elves but when I saw that hair only one excited thought jumped to my mind.

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#10 17/09/2018 at 10:18

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Nice updates! Very lovely outfits

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#11 17/09/2018 at 17:44

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MerryGoGirl wrote

Okay I know the theme is elves but when I saw that hair only one excited thought jumped to my mind.

http://i65.tinypic.com/2ptuzpv.jpg

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Yo! Same! It's so cute and especially for the back to school theme items we just got too! <3


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