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I think it works well and can add to a story, if it's used sparingly. Using it for the names of relics, weapons, vessels and titles are all great uses of it that can add another layer of depth and atmosphere to a story. Since you've cited Warhammer 40k, there are, in my opinions, some Black Library authors who do it well, and other Black Library ...


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In most cases it's to make the book look more complex, while also being intelligible and cool. In my own book, you will find loose, slightly-changed Latin sprinkled all over it - like a species of bird called tabbelarees, or "bells." The original word translates to "carrier" as from the term, message carriers (Tabbelarrius Nintius), effectively letting ...



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