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The REON-4213 Language is one of the two fictional languages employed in the Surge Concerto series. Unlike the Emotional Song Pact language, which despite its complex writing system still has several elements of a proper communicative language, the REON-4213 language is more similar to the programming languages used in Earth such as C++ or Javascript, though it uses a simpler syntax.

While its purpose is similar to that of Emotional Song Pact in that it is used for the casting of Song Magic, it is used instead for establishing a connection and inputting commands into the Cielnotrons through its AI, REON; to execute programs made for a G2-Tron, or to feed execution instructions to the Surge Concerto Terminal. All Songs that make use of this language and thus don't require the support of a Genom to be used, receive the name of ClassDrive Program in the case of the former, and Cieln in the case of the latter.[1]

Basic Information

What Kind of Language Is It?

It should be said that it's a very [lax language] that allows for expression without any fear of misunderstandings.

Background and History of How It Came to Be a Lax Language

REON-4213 was based off Emotional Song Pact and it was created as a [language that would allow anyone to execute magic in a simple way without requiring to think about complex topics].

Therefore, it ended becoming a language that [while simple, it doesn't allow to do grand tasks].

Historically, it had a predecessor language called [REON-814], which was developed for use with the G2-Trons. While they both have the same base format, using it or even trying to do anything with it was extremely difficult, and even having a single word in the wrong place would ruin the execution of Song Magic, which were the reasons for it not having much of a reception among the public.

However, the REON-814 language hid a great potential within itself, as those who became capable of using this godly-level language could use powers that easily matched that of the higher classes of Genom.

REON-4213 and the Cielnotrons were the final results of remaking and improving the REON-814 language, though the price for it was that it became [a language incapable of grand tasks]. However, its simplicity and flexibility are what makes it so amazing.

The first of its characteristics is that it doesn't need to [transmit feelings], which makes it exceptional among the languages made for conveying feelings.

Feelings are packed in within the sentences, which are then arbitrarily interpreted by the REON-OS. Therefore, among all the feelings a sentence could contain, the REON-OS will choose the ones that can craft the strongest magic and use them for that purpose.

Given this, its grammar is exceedingly simple. For example: [QuelI->EX[bmb]->ExeC->{DW};] (kueripa ekubomupa ekusekupadu) translates to [Explode!].

In this case, everything except for [bmb] follows a specific format, so it's enough with just memorizing it.

Furthermore, since [bmb] is registered in the database as [emotions of rage], the REON-OS will interpret it as [feelings of rage].

On the other hand, this language is the worst option for the more serious people who actually put their thoughts into their crafting.

The reason for this is that no matter how much they put their feelings into their craft, since most of the feelings aren't being transmitted, the effects won't be executed due to not being in exact agreement with the crafter's own feelings.

No, strictly speaking it'll get executed, but to that person it'll be as if [they got no response] from the REON-OS.

Using the word [bmb] as an example, while it's true it would contain rage when one is being betrayed, it could also contain feelings of [sadness] in situations where one is reluctantly making something explode.

As these nuances don't get transmitted, the final result would be still causing an explosion, but there are situations where that simply won't bring about a good result to the speaker.

(This is due to [aimless waves of feelings destroying the spatial-temporal relationship between past and future], but the current Ra Cielan civilization hasn't still discovered this).

This magic crafted through this language system has brought about a great convenience to the society, but as a result, their spiritual maturity has degraded, making it undeniable that it has caused a lack of communication social problem.

About the TxBIOS

However, it does have an advantage over the magic crafted through the Emotional Song Pact of the Genoms, which is the TxBIOS.

To explain it in simple terms, this term refers to [Magic accessed from an external source], or in other words, to the capability of creating magic without one having to actually craft it. This is what actually spurred on the language's lax reputation.

In short, even without actually having feelings, one can do anything when using TxBIOS: from healing diseases to making one's loved person fall in love with one.

However, since the TxBIOS is used as a public Symphonic Power service, each user is given restrictions about their use depending on their Class (category) and Level (strength and confidentiality of the magic).

And since this whole system is administrated by Tenmon, it could be said that all the Tenmon members can use each other's magic.

While this makes it extremely convenient, it's also the reason why no one could ever overtake Tenmon's position in the world quickly, making it an extremely dangerous system.

Grammar

This language is very similar to a programming language.

Therefore, those versed in C Language may be able to grasp its nuances easily, but even those who aren't knowledgeable in programming can think of it as English mixed with coding elements.

First, let's look at the example sentences below:

 The God from a faraway world will descend upon this world.
With its eyes overseeing everything and its wide voice, it shall save this dying world.

    QuelI->{
      Cls(ethes f ds-b ciol) {
        EX[zep]->{ciol f koh};
      } am {
        EX[purr]->{ciol f koh fa}
        <-{wi-b hymel} am {dite f dit ciol};
      }
    }->ExeC->{TzW};
    
The world will instantly cover in light, and then it will be reborn into a new planet.
That Song itself is the Song brought from outer space: the Fuser.

    QuelI->{
      Cls(ciol) {
        EX[zc]->{wei ia-p tez}
        ->EX[teth]->EX[ch]->{te-b ciela};
      }
      Cls(soh hymm) {
        EX[]->{FUSER}<-{hymm f ethes ciol}
      }
    }->ExeC->{TzW};

Structure

EX Block->V Block and C Block Structure

The structure of the REON language is generally divided in three parts: the [EX (Execution element) Block], the [V (Verb) Block] and the [C (Conjunction) Block].

EX Block

Reduced to its most basic elements, it would take the following form:

QuelI->ooo->ExeC->{Execution Element}

This translates to [Please execute ooo through the {Execution Element}.

This part is the only one that doesn't make contact with the rest of the sentence.

In short, we could say it only translates to "Execute!"

The most used Execution Elements are [DW], [TzW] and [HW].

The entire list of them is in the table below:

Execution Element Reading Wu Xing Element Energetic Meaning
TzW tau Fire Solar Energy
HW hu Water Spiritual Energy
UW uu Wood Resonance Energy
RW ru Metal Space-Time Molding Energy
DW du Earth Material Energy

As an additional note, the very end of the EX Block, or in other words, the [ExeC->{Execution Element};] section can be safely omitted from the sentences.

However, if it's omitted, the sentence won't execute anything.

Regardless of if the sentence won't be used to execute magic, all sentences must always begin with the [QuelI->] definer.

Also, in the case of sentences that won't be used to execute magic, there's no problem if it's a series of long sentences as long as it's preceded by a [QuelI->].

V Block

This is the Verb Block, which also makes it the most important component in a sentence, as it's the part that directly deals with what is going to be executed.

Basically, it has the following structure:

EX[△△]->{○○};

Where this would mean "execute ^^ over ○○".

To put it in the terms used for English grammar, ○○ is the object while ^^ is the verb.

As for how verbs are used, please refer to the table below:

Declension Writen As Reading
Normal Verb EX[] Eku
Command Form EXiV[] Ekushibu
Hypothetical Form EXeI[] Ekwei
Past Form EXaD[] Ekuwado
Present Proggressive Form EXlP[] Ekuripu
Future Form EXwI[] Ekuwi
Wish Form EXmY[] Ekumii
Negative Form XeEX[] Ekuzekusu
C Block

The C Block is even simpler than the V Block, as it's just a mere [sentence ender].

For example, if we had a sentence like [I want that perfect, extremely beautiful and sublime horse], it might be easier to understand if we divide it into [I want] [that horse] [that is so perfect, extremely beautiful and sublime].

The [that is so perfect, extremely beautiful and sublime] are modifiers applied to [that horse], and they would be written in REON format as in the example below:

EX[I want]->{that horse}<-{that is so perfect, extremely beautiful and sublime};

While it's possible to use only the V Block to explain everything and thus forgo completely the usage of the C Block, since doing this would make the feelings harder to interpret, it would sharply decrease the processing speed for them.

Subject Construct

The subject is defined by using the construct "cls(○○){△△};". cls is read as [class].

cls(○○){△△};  (○○ is △△)
Connection Instructions

These are the conjunctions that are necessary to connect the blocks together.

We saw in one previous example the sentence "{that horse}<-{that is so perfect, extremely beautiful and sublime};", but the <- used in it is one of the possible connections that can be used.

The connections are listed in the table below:

Format Reading Meaning Explanation
{○○}<-{△△} re △△ adjective of ○○ △△ is a decoration of ○○
{○○}=>{△△} taku ○○, and then △△ △△ happens because ○○ happened
{○○}am{△△} amu ○○ and △△ ○○ and △△ are equals
{○○}flip{△△} furipu ○○ but △△ ○○ and △△ are contradictory
{○○}ee{△△} ii ○○ is like △△ △△ is being compared to ○○

Of course, the contents of the  ○○ and △△ shown here can have C and V Blocks nested within, regardless of their type.

Word Order

The words inside the blocks are written in the same order that would be used for English.

Therefore, we would end with the following examples: [ic-b waln (big wing)], [ethes dite (god eye)], and [hyma f ic-b gal (heart of big gaea)].

Special Syntax

REON also has a few special syntaxes that would be found in any programming language.

Since these aren't supposed to be used for anything except for some specific processes, they aren't normally used.

addr::REON<=ROOTRON

I order to find a specific Soulspace Address (REON) within the Shared Consciousness (ROOTRON).

REON <=> ION

I order to exchange the former (REON) with the latter (ION). (But since this is a mere variable definer, it won't execute anything).

Pronunciation

There are several special symbols in REON, but only a few are actually pronounced.

The following table lists the only symbols that have pronunciations:

Symbol Pronunciation
-> Pa
<- Re
=> Taku
<= Reku
<=> Ruuri

The Pronunciation to QuelI-> is an Exception

However, there is only one exception to the pronunciation of [-> (Pa)].

While it seems like QuelI-> would be pronounced as [kueripa] from all the examples given thus far, aside of some specific passages, it's always read as [kueri], and thus the [pa] is omitted.

The Execution Element [->] that is placed after the QuelI isn't actually pronounced outside of the EX Block, which is the most essential part of a Song Magic's execution, and thus it's only read as [kueri].

By the way, the only exception to this rule and where the phrase is read as [kueripa] is when the Song Magic sentences only have one or two [->] within themselves.

This is because these markers are like accents to tell REON which are the most essential centers of power in the Song Magic.

Examples

Combining all the explanations given thus far, we get the following.

Everything has been translated to English, and it's been explained in a way in which it should be simple enough to understand it.

Comprehensive Examples:

 The God from a faraway world will descend upon this world.
With its eyes overseeing everything and its wide voice, it shall save this dying world.     QuelI->{
      Cls(ethes f ds-b ciol) {
        EX[zep]->{ciol f koh};
      } am {
        EX[purr]->{ciol f koh fa}
        <-{wi-b hymel} am {dite f dit ciol};
      }
    }->ExeC->{TzW};
    QuelI->{
      Cls(God of Faraway Universe) {
        EX[Descend]->{Universe of This};
      } am {
        EX[Save]->{Universe of This Ending}
        <-{Wide Voice} am {Eyes of Seeing Universe};
      }
    }->ExeC->{Solar Energy};
    
    kueripa
      kurasu etesu fu dosubu shioru
        ekuzeppu pa shioru fu koo
      amu
        ekupuru pa shioru fu koo fa
        re wibu hyumeru amu dite fu dito shioru
    pa ekuzeku pa tau

V Blocks and C Blocks can Be Nested As Much as One Wants

It's possible to place C Blocks and V Blocks as much as the user wants.

For example, it should be easy enough to understand with the following example:

    I saw him kill a person
    
    QuelI->{
      cls(I){
        EXaD[See]->{
          EX[Kill]->{person};
        }
      }
    }

In this case, we placed only one V Block inside the ○○ part of [ExAD[See]->{○○};] .

Since there isn't nothing else to explain to the ExAD[See] part in this case, we can omit part of the {} brackets used.

    QuelI->{
      cls(I){
        EXaD[See]->EX[Kill]->{person};
      }
    }

Summary of the Conjugations and Other Elements

Verb Declensions and Tenses

Declension Writen As Reading
Normal Verb EX[] Eku
Command Form EXiV[] Ekushibu
Hypothetical Form EXeI[] Ekwei
Past Form EXaD[] Ekuwado
Present Proggressive Form EXlP[] Ekuripu
Future Form EXwI[] Ekuwi
Wish Form EXmY[] Ekumii
Negative Form XeEX[] Ekuzekusu

Connection Orders

Format Reading Meaning Explanation
{○○}<-{△△} re △△ adjective of ○○ △△ is a decoration of ○○

(Unofficially, it's been observed that using this Connection Order after a V Block changes to verb from active to passive form).

{○○}=>{△△} taku ○○, and then △△ △△ happens because ○○ happened
{○○}am{△△} amu ○○ and △△ ○○ and △△ are equals
{○○}flip{△△} furipu ○○ but △△ ○○ and △△ are contradictory
{○○}ee{△△} ii ○○ is like △△ △△ is being compared to ○○

Execution Elements

Execution Element Reading Wu Xing Element Energetic Meaning
TzW tau Fire Solar Energy
HW hu Water Spiritual Energy
UW uu Wood Resonance Energy
RW ru Metal Space-Time Molding Energy
DW du Earth Material Energy

Postpositions

Meaning Word Reading English Equivalent Notes
of~ f fu of
and~ te te and Used for quoted speech ("he said" and such). Can also be translated to "alongside" and "with".
~and~ & to and Used for indicating elements in a group, like "apples AND honey"
in~, to~ n n for
indirect object~ s s
direct object~ de de
or~ | | ka or Formed by two vertical lines
Only ○ or △ can be possible x | ku xor Expresses a situation where only one result can be achieved from two possible ones.

Lexicon

To see the entirety of the currently known lexicon for the language, please head over to the REON-4213 Language:Lexicon page.

References

  1. Surge Concerto Official Setting Documents Wiki: REON-4213 article

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