@TheEdVerse Is there a number script for elvish?
— Regina Roszelle (Suspicious) (@SuspiciousReggi) September 29, 2019
Hi! Yes, there have been several down the ages. Most popular today: base 10 counting; draw a circle, lines radiating outwards from it are the tens, lines running only into the interior are the ones, and lines crossing from outer to outer right across the circle. 2)
…denote hundreds. These lines are always drawn so that none of them touch (aside from intersecting with the circle itself). [So a capital "Q" to us, is "ten" in this notation. Twelve would be a capital Q with two side by side interior "tails"…and so on.]#Realmslore
— Ed Greenwood (@TheEdVerse) September 29, 2019