Latin is a confusing and oftentimes poorly-understood language. It fell out of common use because it's needlessly complicated compared to more modern languages that communicate the same message with far fewer rules.
At the risk of this becoming a Latin discussion thread, it is definitely not 'needlessly complicated'. It is a synthetic language which expresses meaning in fewer words than say in English. It also has only very simple word order, and simple subject-verb agreement and adjective-noun agreement. It only fell out of use because that's what a language does when they evolve. They fall out of use.
Regarding this suggestion, to me instead of making a new language entirely, which is a very difficult task, it would be best to adapt an existing language. I personally would suggest Latin, as it is still commonly taught in many schools and also expresses information in fewer words than more analytical languages.
Obviously, this is at odds to the spirit of this particular suggestion so I shall say no more.
Mi ŝatas tiun-ĉi ideon, sed mi pensas ke Esperanto aspektas tro kiel la hispana, la itala, la franca ktp. por esti uzata kiel lingvo de homoj en tute malsama mondo. Mi pensas ke planlingvo kiel la origina, aŭ eble tute malsama planlingvo, estus plej bona. Mi havas planlingvon... hhátkedalky laçhevet. Tio signifas "mi skribas en mia lingvo" (lingvo.mia.la.en skribi.nuna.1ununombr)
Angle: I like this idea but I think Esperanto looks too much like Spanish, Italian, French etc. to use as a language of people in a completely different world. I think a constructed language like the original or maybe a completely different constructed language would be best. I have a conlang... hhátkedalky laçhevet. That means "I'm writing in my language". (language.my.the.in write.present.1sing)
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