cedh audmanh or simply Cedh.
- Ronc Tyu - an isolating tonal language with serial verb constructions, created for the 2014 Reconstruction Relay.
- Buruya Nzaysa - an Edastean language descended from Ndak Ta, spoken in the trading town of Buruya. Mostly isolating, but with polypersonal agreement on auxiliary verbs.
- Ndok Aisô - another descendant of Ndak Ta, spoken in Lasomo (developed in cooperation with Dunomapuka).
- Tmaśareʔ - a daughter of Proto-Western, with noun incorporation and some unusual consonant clusters, created in the context of the 2nd Diachronics Relay.
- Doayâu - a Coastal Western language with a Lukpanic substrate.
- Gezoro - yet another Western language, spoken in the Rathedān mountains (based on sound changes by kodé).
Language sketches and other contributions:
- Ree Rɛɛ Kıbyaa - a more agglutinating (and non-tonal) sister language to Ronc Tyu, also a contribution to the 2014 Reconstruction Relay.
- Omari and Hkətl’ohnim - my contributions to the 2011/2012 Reconstruction Relay, both of them highly synthetic and with complex morphophonologies.
- Tsemehkiooni - an unfinished a priori conlanging project inspired by typological features of various Native North American languages. I documented the creation process of this language on my blog [+resonant] in the form of a language creation tutorial (in German).
- O Ayōndui - an agglutinating language of the Lukpanic family, which will eventually feature Basque-inspired surdéclinaison (this part hasn't been described yet).
- Fu Pitão - a sketch of the Lukpanic dialect spoken in Kpitamoa, used as a substrate for Doayâu.
- Farwo n-Abebbu - a sketch of the Namɨdu dialect spoken in Abebbu, descended from Fáralo.
- Cəssın - another Fáralo descendant (which has been worked out in some more detail), featuring vowel harmony and agglutinative verbs.
- Lotoka - a Peninsular language with quite a number of cases and voices.
- Kuyʔūn - a daughter of Adāta spoken in the Xōron Eiel, with heavy Habeo influence.
- Proto-Mbingmik - the beginnings of an isolating a priori language inspired by Khmer and French, intended to serve as the basis for a new language family.
- Munnaaqiú - the beginnings of a Núalís-Takuña language, aesthetically influenced by Inuktitut.
- Arâta Sawîyaran - sketch of an Aθáta dialect.
- Aθáta/Lexicon - a vocabulary extension for RHaden's Aθáta.
- Æðadĕ/Lexicon - a vocabulary extension for ebilein's Æðadĕ.
- House of Rikhus - an (incomplete) description of the 2nd imperial dynasty of Athalē.
- many of the available Akana maps.
- lots of minor articles and wiki templates.
My conlanging blog [+resonant] (active from 2011 until 2014)
Conlang relay (relocated) (aka "The Cursed Relay") - Settlement patterns in the Peninsular/Xšali area - Ideas for Xšali culture, history, and cuisine - Tsinakan text in Komejech - Ideas for history in the Western sphere (partly outdated...) - Beginning of "North Wind & Sun" in Affanonic - Discussion about Canoe Culture etc. - Ideas for a timeline of the Isles migrations: 1 2 3 - Ideas for a restructuring of the Isles family - Kennan profile, verb sketch 1, and verb sketch 2 - A .ttf font for Radius' Ndak Script - Ideas for history of the Isthmus region - Ideas for Western history - Climate map discussion - Historical persons... - Tumačutu - Personal names in Woltu Falla - Derivation in Affanonic (ff: Isthmus history again, and the Affanon clan system!) - Radius suggests a book about Akana - Copyright discussion - Reassessment of Núalís-Takuña homeland & possibly Ultimundic migration (+ff) - A poem in Namɨdu and Affanonic (and also in Vylessa) - Season names and kinship terms in Ndak Ta etc. - Geology discussion - New ideas about Lukpanic culture - Tjakori script... Conlang Diachronics Relay II (now with schedule!) Akana Conlang Relay 2011 (The Never Ending Relay) Conlang Reconstruction Game 2014: we have a forum Protolang Reconstruction Challenge (Akana)