Stellarum Bella

By Lorenx Supremus, in 'Sermones Tironum', Jun 13, 2019.

  1. Hoc est locus ubi de Stellarum Bella loqui potestis !
    Quomodo dicitur "The force may be with you." ?
    Quid Niger Pater in parte V suo filio acclaravit ?
    Quando pars IX nuntiabitur ?
    Scribete, quaerete, respondete !
  2. "Prōvidentia tecum/vobiscum".
    Last edited by Issacus Divus, Jun 13, 2019
  3. Verbum "vis" non genitivum habet.
    Quomodo id aliter dicitur?
    ("Noli intrare in obscurum laterem potentiae.")
  4. Ops uxi potest?
  5. Mmm... consentio. Quid de potentia putas ?
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  6. Well, potentia is better. It could work, but maybe another noun would be better (like one that describes what the Force is) like my prōvidentia earlier.
  7. Tunc credo inde sententiae idea nos inter providentiam et potentiam decernere debemus.
    Sed enim in rerum majorem numerum verbum providentia optimum est.
  8. I agree, (providentia does sound better out of the two) but it's ultimately up to you.
  9. Ita!
  10. There is actually a concept similar to the Force in philosophy, the anima mundi, but I prefer to keep it one word. So I think we've got a good solution :)
  11. Tum duae sententiae "Providentia tecum sit" et "Potentia tecum sit" in hac re correctae sunt!
  12. So yes! Good job ::):
  13. Yes! :p
  14. Deinde, bonam noctem vobis cupio. Et providentia vobiscum sit ! :hi:
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  15. Providentia vobiscum sit!
  16. Cinefactus Censor

    • Censor
    Location:
    litore aureo
    ignosce Issace, sed hoc forum, non incaute, vocatur, "Nil nisi Latine".

    equidem malo, "numen".
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  17. :doh:
  18. Cur Imperatoris Grievoi lucidi gladii caerulei aut virides sunt ? Cur aequales malorum rubris iis non sunt ?
  19. Gladios praedabatur.
  20. Grave? Ah, ok!

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