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Accurate Dovah (Dragon) language, from Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. This is very accurate as it is based off of the official game guide and my observations from the game itself. There are a new extra characters that don't translate directly to English (Character - represented letters): A - aa I - ii U - uu O - oo E - ei H - ah Y - ey R - ir G - ur (The "G" may be weird for "ur", but I ran out of associated letters, so...) All other letters are just their normal lower case letters. The Dovah language has no "C", so replace with "K" or some other letter. If this is somehow copyright infringement, just let me know and I'll take it down. But just to be sure: the game "The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim" and all associated characters and other stuff (like the Dovah language) belong to Bethesda and Prima Games and are copyrighted or something. But it belongs to them, I do not in any way claim that I invented or own this. So, that aside, have fun with this font. Look up a Dovah dictionary if you want to have more fun with this.
Info: Created on 28th January 2012 . Last edited on 4th February 2013.
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2 Comments

I thought i recognised it...
Comment by ozak 28th January 2012
Doesn't work?
Comment by Habblox 15th February 2012

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