Languages

Languages in italics are major lost or dead languages. Once spoken in an Empire or by a race that no longer exists. It is not possible to start the game with knowledge of these languages. But possible they could be learned during play if enough effort is put into it. In a world as old and large as Ondoron, there are many more languages that have come and gone, but those not listed probably are highly unlikely to play even a minor role in the campaign.

Aklo – spoken by derro, evil fey, and certain other inhuman monsters
Arachian – spoken in the Arachene Isles. A regional language.
Aquan – spoken by aquatic creatures and water-based creatures
Ashira – spoken by the rakshasa.
Auran- spoken by many flying creatures and air-based creatures
Beldaran – spoken in Beldaria. A regional language.
Celestial – spoken by aeldri, seraphim and creatures native to Heaven
Common – spoken by humans. The most widely known and used language used in Ondoron.
Dark Folk – spoken by certain subterranean races. Not available to PCs.
Dalerian – spoken by the dalerians (hobgoblins)
Draconic – spoken by dragons, hisskarssi, saursskathi, and many other reptilian humanoids
Dracnan – spoken by the jagdaani (Dark Elves) of the Jagdanachtarsil (Dark Elven Empire)
Druidic – spoken by druids only. Unavailable to non-druid PCs.
Dwarven – spoken by dwarves (Fireblood, Ironhammer, and Stonefist)
Dyriskilssi – spoken by the vanished dyriskilssi race. A dead and lost language. Not available to PCs.
Eldar – spoken by many elves (half elves, eldarithani, and kyrean elves)
Eridi – spoken in the Shadow Empire of Eridas. A regional language.
Garretti – spoken in the former kingdom of Din’Garreth (currently Old Din’Garreth. Still spoken by some of the eldest inhabitants of Old Din’Garreth, but considered a dead language. Not available to PCs.
Giant – spoken by ettins, giants, ogres, and trolls.
Gnoll – spoken by gnolls
Gnome – spoken by gnomes
Goblin – spoken by goblins. As the race was nearly eradicated by the dalerians, this language is no longer as prevalent as it once was.
Hanasu – the secret language of the Brotherhood of the Dragon. Not available to PCs.
Ignan – spoken by fire-based creatures
Illean – spoken in Illean. A regional language.
Infernal – spoken by demlossi, demons, and creatures native to Hell
Ixitek – spoken by the lizard folk.
Khurani – spoken by the tribes of the Khuran Wildlands.
Kordic – spoken in the Kordin Empire. A regional language, but also the most prevalent trade language.
Myrish – spoken in Obyn-Myr. A regional language.
Nuul – Once the language of the Verith Nuul empire and widely spoken. For the most part, this language is as dead as the Empire that founded it. Not available to PCs.
Orc – spoken by orcs
Seranti – spoken in Seran. A regional language, and generally not shared with outsiders. Unavailable to PCs that do not hail from Seran.
Shadeling – spoken by shadelings. Unavailable to PCs that are not shadelings.
Skorl – spoken by the skorin and on the island of Skorin. Generally also learned and spoken by pirates.
Sphinx – spoken by sphinxes. Probably not available to starting PCs that are not from Xethis or the Scorpion Dessert.
Sylvan – spoken by centaurs, fey creatures, plant creatures, and unicorns.
Taurine – spoken by minotaurs.
Terran – spoken by earth-based creatures.
Undercommon – spoken by many of the underground races.
Varen – spoken by the jagdaani (dark elves) of Varenreicht.
Vipaani – spoken by the mysterious and elusive vipaani people. Not available to PCs.
Woodspeak – spoken by the naroldaar elves. Unavailable to non-naroldaar elf PCs.
Xethan – spoken in Xethis. A regional language.
Yulishi – spoken by the snow elves. Not available to PCs.

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