Languages

Thieves’ Cant: More a collection of terms than a language, it can be applied to any spoken langauge. You can use Thieves’ Cant to relay a secret message to others who also speak it. Any alphabet.

Tongues of Arcadia
High Imperial: By far closer to the original language of the Empire, this is a language of scholars and priests, spoken in many places. Imperial Alphabet.
Luperan: Spoken in Luper, this language is a combination of the old Imperial tongue and native tongues. Imperial Alphabet.
Librian: Spoken in Libria, this language is a combination of the old Imperial tongue and native tongues. Imperial Alphabet.
Alban: Spoken in Albia, this language is a combination of the old Imperial tongue, native tongues, and Librian. Imperial Alphabet.
Isperian: Spoken in Isperia, this language is a combination of the old Imperial tongue, native tongues, and Badiyan (influenced by the Ruhanni rulers centuries ago). Imperial Alphabet.
Imperial: One legacy that was maintained from the times of the Empire, Imperial is spoken throughout the Broken Isles. Imperial Alphabet.
Zorvatian: Language spoken solely in Zorvatia. Imperial alphabet.
Koptic: Spoken in Hellas, this language is also often spoken by scholars. Like High Imperial, is renowned as a tongue of learning, philosophy, and religion. Koptic Alphabet
Osmani: This language spread considerably with the expansion of the Eastern Empire of the Osmani. Badiyan Alphabet.

Tongues of the Sudderlands
Kikongo: Language of the Sudderners of the Kongo. No known alphabet.
Edo: Language of Ubinu. No known alphabet.
Songhai: Language spoken in the Songhai Empire. ?
Imazighen: The language of the people in the North coast of the Sudderlands. Badiyan alphabet. Though some texts can be found in the ancient Imazighen alphabet.
Ajuuraan: Spoken in the Sultanate of Ajuraan. Badiyan alphabet.
Badiyan: The language of the old Ruhanni Empire, which once ruled all of the Northern Sudderlands. Badiyan alphabet.
Osmani: Language originating in Osman, carried over from Eastern Arcadia. Badiyan alphabet.

Tongues of the Sandlands
Badiyan: This language spread considerably with the expansion of the Eastern Empire of the Ruhanni. Spoken in the Sandlands, and the northern coast of the Sudderlands, this language originated from the Badiyan people themselves. Badiyan Alphabet.

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