Languages of Lir

You have one language slot for every language listed when creating a normal D&D character. Each slot can be used to buy a spoken or written version of any of the languages listed below. You have to buy the spoken and written separately. Per normal rules a first level character cannot learn Abyssal or Supernal languages. Not all languages have a both a spoken and written form.

These rules are to simulate the illiterate nature of the original Dark Sun world. Books and scrolls do not exist except as ancient relics. Clay tablets are used for writing and even serve as scroll. Scroll stones crumble after usage.

Language of Lir
Language
Spoken
Written
Description/Notes
Common
Yes
No
Language of the common people of Lir.
Trade
Yes
No
Language of the trade routes and merchants.
Veiled Sign
No
No
Coded hand language of the Veiled Alliance.
High Speech
Yes
Yes
Language descended from an ancient race’s language, commonly used by servants of the Sorcerer-Kings. The written version can be found on some ruins and old manuscripts.
Gith
Yes
Yes
Language of the Gith people.
Draconic
Yes
Yes
Language of the Dragonkin and the Sandfolk
Dwarven
Yes
Yes
Language of the extinct Dwarven race that was handed down their bloodline to the Mul.
Abyssal
Yes
Yes
Demons and other Chaos aligned.
Primordial
Yes
No
The language of the elemental forces and beings.
War March
Yes
No
Language of the grunt soldiers of the Sorcerer-Kings.
Supernal
Yes
Yes
Devils and those sworn to their pacts.
Fhantom
Yes
Yes
A difficult language to speak, takes two language slots to learn or purchase of a language feat. Spoken by the Fhantom insect race.
Sand Speak
Yes
No
A language shared among the feral and exiled Beast-Man tribes, also shared by some of the Sun Children
Craw Talk
Yes
Yes
Ancient language of the Ko-Kree. Written language is written using their bird feet. Requires special implements for others to write.
Fey Speech
Yes
Yes
Ancient language of the Fey Others.
The Accounting
No
Yes
A special language used to keep ledgers by the trade guilds.
Gloom
Yes
No
Primitive Speech used by the gibbering dead.
Elvish
No
Yes
Dead language of an extinct race from the past. It has died off as a spoken tongue but writings still exist.

Languages of Lir

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