Thuum.org

A community for the dragon language of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

Thuum.org

A community for the dragon language of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

An Updated FAQ

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Sonaak Kroinlah
November 24, 2021

Things have changed around here in recent years which can make things confusing for new and returning members. So here are the answers to some frequently asked questions:

 

Q: Is thuum.org dead?

A: We may be quiet but we are certainly not dead yet! We still have some active members and most of us can be found hanging around the community wall. Come join us there! We may not respond immediately but we will eventually!

 

Q: Is paarthurnax still active?

A: Not really, no. We see him maybe once a year now. Unfortunately this does mean certain aspects of the site can't be changed or updated. However some of the admin responsibility has been taken over by our moderater Liis so further questions related to the subject are best directed at her.

 

Q: What is the best way to learn dovahzul?

A: By using it. Here are some great resources for getting started:

https://www.thuum.org/learn/

https://www.thuum.org/viewthread.php?thread=1870

https://quizlet.com

masterdovahzul.wordpress.com/about-this-site/

 

 

Q: Who should I talk to if I have questions or need help?

A: You can try putting questions in the forums or question board. Alternatively you can PM either a moderator or senior member (not a rank, we're just old hands).

Active Moderators:

Liis https://www.thuum.org/viewuser.php?author=1989

Active senior members:

Sonaak Kroinlah https://www.thuum.org/viewuser.php?author=10948

Kahvozein https://www.thuum.org/viewuser.php?author=10615

 

Q: What is the dragon word for love?

A: In Skyrim we initially had no word and instead used substitutes https://www.thuum.org/viewthread.php?page=1&thread=1751

however new information has recently been revealed (the validity of which is still being assessed) so you can also use the word "ros"

https://www.thuum.org/viewthread.php?thread=2053

 

If you have any other questions about the site not covered by this FAQ, post below and I'll answer when I can.

[Lok thu'um]

by Sonaak Kroinlah
November 24, 2021

Things have changed around here in recent years which can make things confusing for new and returning members. So here are the answers to some frequently asked questions:

 

Q: Is thuum.org dead?

A: We may be quiet but we are certainly not dead yet! We still have some active members and most of us can be found hanging around the community wall. Come join us there! We may not respond immediately but we will eventually!

 

Q: Is paarthurnax still active?

A: Not really, no. We see him maybe once a year now. Unfortunately this does mean certain aspects of the site can't be changed or updated. However some of the admin responsibility has been taken over by our moderater Liis so further questions related to the subject are best directed at her.

 

Q: What is the best way to learn dovahzul?

A: By using it. Here are some great resources for getting started:

https://www.thuum.org/learn/

https://www.thuum.org/viewthread.php?thread=1870

https://quizlet.com

masterdovahzul.wordpress.com/about-this-site/

 

 

Q: Who should I talk to if I have questions or need help?

A: You can try putting questions in the forums or question board. Alternatively you can PM either a moderator or senior member (not a rank, we're just old hands).

Active Moderators:

Liis https://www.thuum.org/viewuser.php?author=1989

Active senior members:

Sonaak Kroinlah https://www.thuum.org/viewuser.php?author=10948

Kahvozein https://www.thuum.org/viewuser.php?author=10615

 

Q: What is the dragon word for love?

A: In Skyrim we initially had no word and instead used substitutes https://www.thuum.org/viewthread.php?page=1&thread=1751

however new information has recently been revealed (the validity of which is still being assessed) so you can also use the word "ros"

https://www.thuum.org/viewthread.php?thread=2053

 

If you have any other questions about the site not covered by this FAQ, post below and I'll answer when I can.

[Lok thu'um]