Languages

Greater Common

Greater Ancient

  • OL-DARIN
  • HIGH-ARLINIAN
  • VULARIAN

Regional

  • OST-ARLIAN
  • THA-ARLIAN
  • SOUTH-DARI
  • RIM-DARIN
  • EAST-DARIN
  • WEST-DARIN
  • UPPER-DARIN
  • MAARKISH
  • FINDONIAN
  • EAST-FJELLAS
  • WEST-FJELLAS
  • EAST-DALISH
  • WEST-DALISH
  • LOW-NALDAN
  • HIGH-NALDAN
  • NORTH-UTAR
  • SOUTH-UTAR
  • NORTH-SKOGISH
  • EAST-SKOGISH
  • UPPER-SKOGISH
  • SOUTH-SKOGISH
  • WEST-SKOGISH
  • CENTRAL-SKOGISH

Country-wide

  • AIGON
  • AMRAD
  • ANDALUS
  • APAL
  • ASCAL
  • BEBRAM
  • BINZAL
  • BOWEI
  • BRABURG
  • CLAUN
  • EBRAR
  • EFRON
  • EGRAL
  • ESLY
  • ETAIN
  • FALBUR
  • FLAUM
  • FLURG
  • FRIDOR
  • FRIL
  • GASLUG
  • GOLDARIS
  • GOLNY
  • GREBI
  • HOKUL
  • JABOS
  • KAROLY
  • KESHON
  • KUSTU
  • LADRIS
  • LIONI
  • MUMAK
  • MYSTWOOD
  • NIMZAX
  • OBRAN
  • OGLAN
  • OSMES
  • PEARLIN
  • QUEGLI
  • RENAS
  • SAROVA
  • SCIA
  • SEVIELS
  • SHOAK
  • SKELOP
  • SKIUM
  • SNAW
  • SPIY
  • STARIA
  • THANG
  • THAYRI
  • TORNIX
  • TREVAN
  • TROV
  • TUSLA
  • UDRING
  • UGREN
  • USAI
  • WESTU
  • ZAPRI

Legend

“Once there was silence, then beings appeared and started to interact -and slowly languages grew.”

Skjald El Mary

 

History

Languages are a tool of communication and through time there has been many covering the same areas, or people from different areas have bartered or travelled. Thus, some people know several different languages and have brought the use of these to their homelands. So, some languages cover the same areas and these sections will describe Languages of The Realm.

They are by many Scholars classified into various groups such as Greater ones having covered or covering as good as all of The Realm, Regional ones having covered or covering various regional areas, and Common tongues for each Country, each having a myriad of local dialects.

Skjald Ulrich

 

Organisation

In the above map where Realmish is widely used throughout the Realm you also see Westril, Nimzaxian, and Ielish being marked. Of course, this is a rule with exceptions as there are people in these areas who can’t use the languages and there’s people elsewhere being the rare individual, able to use the language.

Skjald Valgrif

 

Special

One odd thing about languages is, that individuals with no shared oral language, always seems to be able to communicate using body language, facial expressions, hand gestures and vocal intonations. Almost as if that’s our native shared language.

Skjald Ulrich