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javirs rodrdiguez
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Hi folks, I'm considering a translation since my gf is not that good at english and the theme will be completely lost if she cannot understand the words.

Do you know what font is being used in thr PnP version? I found out some free script-like fonts but none of them looked as nice as the ones in the official release.
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Nicola Pertici
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I was planning to translate it too (even if my girlfriend studies translation).
I just searched on the internets and this is the result:

emotion cards/board/box:
Windsong
http://www.dafont.com/windsong.font

Objective cards:

Angry - Destroy
http://www.dafont.com/destroy.font

Happy - Londrina (solid)
http://www.dafont.com/londrina.font

Sad - Carbon Type
http://www.dafont.com/carbontype.font

Calm - Pacifico
http://www.dafont.com/pacifico.font

edit: I'm still missing the box font (fix what is broken)
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That's Bigmouth Regular


PM if you need more info I made that stuff


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Nicola Pertici
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Just a question for Javirs: how did you manage the fact that in spanish adjectives are gender specific? Because I have the same problem and I feel that using just one gender for all the emotion cards is anti-thematic
 
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javirs rodrdiguez
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Sorry for the late post, Spanish is gender specific but also really male chauvinist, so the generic form is always the male one. No one will be surprised to find out male adjectives written down.

Most modern text use and @ where you should place a/o. Like for beautiful -> guapa/guapo -> guap@ . But so far is reeeally informal and it does not fit AT ALL the context of this game.

You can go one step further and write down the noun of the feeling instead of the adjective, instead of saying "you feel depressed" you can write "you feel depression", anger, or whatever. In this case the nouns have their on gender and stay constant no matter who felt them.

PS: Thank you SO much for the fonts, I went through half of the dafont site but was unable to identify the exact one
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javirs rodrdiguez
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This is what I did so far. Customized back. Renamed the decks as "feelings" and "Problems"
Added some clouds (idea copied from other modder here in bgg)
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