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I didn't change my name, only shortened it. Arthur Dragonlord seemed somewhat cumbersome.
Anyways, over the years, I've come to like written script and loved to decipher the strange written languages, like Elvish, Dwarvish etc. It always bore an element of mystery for me.
I can't say much for myself but my elder brother(who is also a better writer than me in terms of vocabulary, not story content) created a complete script of what he called a new language. It bore some resemblance to the Quenya script and was interesting to read.
As for the languages used in modern world, I most frequently make use of Japanese... and Hindi to some extent too since I am a Hindu myself. For example, if you remember Alverlance, it had the Danavas in it, now Danava stands for Demon. Similarly, Daitya is another variation, but it stands for Big/Muscular/Hulking Demon/Monster. Other variations are Rakshasa, Nishachar(Nisha is Night, Char[pronounced as Chur] is to Eat/Feed. So Eaters of the Night) Bhoot stands for Ghost.
Seriously, I am a walking Hindi dictionary if you need one.^^