Ways of Darkness - English version

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PostSubject: Languages spoken in the world   Tue Oct 26, 2010 10:14 am

Despotanmagi : Requires the Knowledge of Ancient Language skill. It was spoken by the Maessepreost Despotanfras (now extint), from the times before the Ancient Lizardman Empire. A huge varierity of magic scrolls and books are written in this language.
Ialammen: Requires the Knowledge of Ancient Language skill. It was spoken by the now extint Proto-Elves, common anchestors of Wood Elves, Dark Elves, High Elves, Humans and Orcs. The earliest history books are written in this language, and it is a liturgical language amongst the Wood Elves.
Sceotamagi: Language of the Lizardmen.
Taulammen: Language of the Wood Elves. Official langauge of the Kingdom of Dragoc.
Arquelammen: Language of the High Elves. Official language of the Kingdom of Froturn. Also liturgical language used by the Church of Titanius. Writing system: Arque tengwanda
Ksh'lammen: Language of the Dark Elves.
Apanonalammen: Language of the humans. Official language of the Kingdom of Etrand. After the expansion of Etrand, the language became a global language (kinda like English in the real world) Writing system: Arque tengwanda
Hecillammen: Language of the Orcs.
Dvergrmal: Language of the Dwarves.
Hafrstakanai: Language of the Gnomes.
Vaelahrzan: Language of the Halflings.
Gablion: Common language of the goblins, hobgoblins and ogres.
Yevengari: An ancient lingua franca, historically used by the indigenous population of Dragoc, now spoken by Dracoians only. Now near-extinct. It was a tonal language. There were 3 registers: 1 - flat (unchanged pitch), 2 - rising (going higher in pitch), 3 - sinking/descender (going lower in pitch)
Most words were constructed from more syllables. Like "3fang-1al-2tao" (crossbow). This near-extinct langage has huge amounts of records, in all sorts of history books, magic books, magic scrolls and parchments. During the times of the Ancient Lizardman Empire, there was a Sceotamagi-Yevengari dictionary, and since Sceotamagi is still spoken language, people who knew that language could translate the dictionary to other languages as well.

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