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Thanx, Morgan. I'm not a Rookie. I translate about 700 articles about Tolkien's works. u can see it in Valimar website, if you know Farsi language. So, i'll be so glad if u help me to complete and raise the quality of this websites articles. Amaniar 12:14, 27 March 2011 (UTC)
- Unfortunately I'm not familiar with Farsi. Looking at the Valimar website, I have to say that Farsi script is very beautiful, in my opinion resembling "Elvish" writing.--Morgan 12:25, 27 March 2011 (UTC)
Thanx my friend. yes, you're right. Persia or Iran have a Great and Ancient lore and culture just like Elves. I have to say the Valimar website is the greatest tolkienist website in Iran and I'm one of it's Moderators. Amaniar 12:30, 27 March 2011 (UTC)
- Welcome, Amaniar! I hope you'll enjoy your time here.
- I'm don't know much about the Farsi language or Persian lore/culture too, but I've too say it looks good. --Amroth 12:37, 27 March 2011 (UTC)
- Welcome Amaniar! It is always a pleasure to see Tolkien encyclopedias being brought to other languages. I don't know if you are familiar with interwiki links, but I have setup Valimar as a sister-site of TG which allows links to be placed to Valimar at the bottom of articles you have translated. For example on our Main Page I placed the following text "[[fa:صفحهٔ_اصلی]]" and now Valimar appears on the menu on the left. You're welcome to setup reciprocal links to Tolkien Gateway on your site if you like. --Hyarion 15:14, 27 March 2011 (UTC)
Hello Dear Hyarion. it's my honor that our website became sister site of Great TG. We try to raise the quality of articles. Best Regards. Amaniar 17:14, 27 March 2011 (UTC)