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You know, all I was trying to do was figure out what those six symbols are on that band I call "Yevon's toilet paper," the ribbon worn down the front by Kinoc, Shelinda, Mika, Kelk et alia.

As often, when I set my mind to researching a question, I fail. However, I discovered some interesting things.

It's a long read. Worth it, if you like geeking about worldbuilding and mythology. 

Final Fantasy X: Yevon Glyphs and Summons Symbols
(a unified theory of sacred symbols in the world of Spira)

P.S. Would someone who knows Kanji please double-check me and make sure I haven't written "kleenex" in place of "ice" or something equally stupid? Thanks. 

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Jul. 25th, 2011 04:43 am (UTC)
It was really interesting - as was the decyphering scripts on that you have the link for at the article bottom. I'd noticed that the al Bhed written language seemed to be a super-deformed English - and when surprised by something written in it, I could parse out the word. It's one of the things I like about FFX: that there are just details piled atop details in Spira.
Jul. 25th, 2011 05:36 am (UTC)
The regular Spiran script is superdeformed English, too, although the lowercase letters are trippy.

It's amazing how many little labels there are in the game. I mean, somebody even sewed a nametag on the back of Wakka's overalls: the letter "W" is easy to see. :)
Jul. 26th, 2011 05:20 am (UTC)

You. Are made. Of love.
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