I'm not convinced of the notability of this "language". The claim that it is spoken by some people in the furry, otherkin, and therian communities appears to come directly from the FAQ on its website. There are a total of 27 people subscribed to the official mailing list about Primal. Including it here almost seems like an advertisement to try to generate more interest in it and possibly promote sales of the book. Jarandhel 21:46, 18 March 2012 (EDT)
- I would keep the article, but make it more clear that Trickster constructed it rather than merely "compiled and transcribed" it - if that is what actually happened, which seems likely. From the FAQ:
- Did you really write this language all by yourself?
- I produced and edited the book, and I maintain the tutorial. I also maintain copyright on everything connected to the language. I don't answer questions about where the language came from, though. I prefer to leave that to the imagination of Primal's fans.
- --GreenReaper(talk) 00:31, 19 March 2012 (EDT)
- That seems fair. :) Thanks for looking into this. Jarandhel 15:08, 20 March 2012 (EDT)