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D&D Draconic script

Many of the Tabletop Games, such as D&D, have created their own complex languages for use with the games. So not only do most gamers have to learn the lexicon of the gaming culture, they also have to learn an all-new orthographic system as well!

In England, the Anglo-Saxons brought Futhark from continental Europe in the 5th century CE and modified it into the 33-letter "Futhorc" to accommodate sound changes that were occurring in Old English, the language spoken by the Anglo-Saxons. Even the name "Futhorc" is evidence to a phonological change where the long /a/ vowel in Old English evolved into a later /o/ vowel.

that can be pronounced and abstractly represents a concept (not pictorial like hieroglyphs) Ancient Scripts: Futhark

[598] White Witch [598]

The Viking Runes. The eldest runestones, inscribed with Norse runes, date from the century. These were the Elder Futhark runes. However, the most of the runestones were created during the late Viking Age and thus inscribed with theYounger Futhark runes.

... furthark runen ab übersetzung der geheimschrift geheimzeichen

... furthark runen ab übersetzung der geheimschrift geheimzeichen

Communicating with the Past: Anglo-Saxons, Runes and Ale | Shine A Light Project - The Anglo Saxon futhorc row

Communicating with the Past: Anglo-Saxons, Runes and Ale

Communicating with the Past: Anglo-Saxons, Runes and Ale | Shine A Light Project - The Anglo Saxon futhorc row

the wiccan alphabet - Google Search

The Theban Script-- which, ironically, has no known connection whatsoever with Thebes-- has been used by witches and the like since at least the century.

geheime symbole in Bilder suchen - Swisscows

hobo-glyphs-code “The pictographic Hobo Code is a fascinating system of symbols understood among the hobo community." Be ready to defend yourself // Hold your tongue tattoo

geheime symbole in Bilder suchen - Swisscows

Apparently, these are "secret symbols of travellers and thieves".

Adunaroth alphabet- those numerals

Details of Adunaroth, an alphabet invented by Arno Luyendijk to write Tolkien's conlang, Adunaic

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