All the new radicals you always wanted

I completely agree with this. I’ve made lots of mnemonics on my own based around 2 radicals when possible.

As for how I managed to notice the bigger radical-combos, I used the Keisei-script:

This makes certain you recognize the radical-combos in kanji when present and their relation to on’yomi readings shared with other kanji.

So, it’s certainly possible to rewamp some WK mnemonics to acknowledge the larger radical-combos in kanji (given a new single WK radical name*) as they also help you realize the likely on’yomi readings of that kanji.

It makes pedagogical sense to me. :slight_smile:

*of course, the Keisei-script already names these radical combos. So, it’s not like they are nameless.