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Pam (P.A.'li makto):
If the Na'vi don't write than what the heck is this?
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Puvomun:
The first four characters look Chinese or Japanese to me. The rest is too dark. Good catch!
Perhaps the building is created from spare parts of wood from Hell's Gate?

Kamean:
Good catch ma Pam! :)

--- Quote ---The first four characters look Chinese or Japanese to me.
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For me too. Like Japanese Katakana & Hiragana.

Pam (P.A.'li makto):

--- Quote from: Puvomun on March 17, 2012, 09:44:05 am ---The first four characters look Chinese or Japanese to me. The rest is too dark. Good catch!
Perhaps the building is created from spare parts of wood from Hell's Gate?

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Interesting idea.  :) And why did they put it there? And why Japanese...?
 For me it's hard to imagine that anything lacks a purpose on that school's walls. It's so richly packed with details: the poster of the Na'vi and the human body, the board with written numbers and geometrical shapes... Although you might be right, who knows.  :-\
I'm interested in other points of view too.  :)

Blue Elf:
Really you have good menari -one can see Avatar many times and always there's something new !
My opinion: as school was built by sawtute, it probably can't be something created by Na'vi (it is not written on blackboard, so it was not written by Na'vi children). It even doesn't look as a learning material. IMHO it can be roll-blind. That graphic doesn't appears to me as text, but some hieroglyphs. Maybe they learned about old Egypt?

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