Languages

The diverse population of Kjahnzu is home to a large variety of languages.
The most ubiquitous of these is called “Common”, the language of humans, but also the global standard that most people speak or understand.
Elven is the primary religious language, but known naturally to elves of the both the arcane and martial nature, gnomes, and a rare few Yuangol.
Dwarven is one of the most ancient languages, it’s scripts can be inexplicably found written into subterranean dungeons, and it is commonly understood by Dwarves, Halflings, and Constructs.
Draconic is, as it indicates, the language of the dragons, spoken by all dragons and dragonkin, such as Kobolds and dragonborn.
Ko’Lai is one of the arcane tongues, spoken by Deva and Githyanki, and often learned by those seeking knowledge of organic magics.
Orcish is the closest in prevalence to Common, but still not widely known by the non orc races. Although technically the language of Orcs, it’s still the primary tongue of all orc kind, Orcs, Goblinkin, and even minotaurs.
Ogrin is spoken by some of the more montrous humanoids that don’t belong in the Orc variety. Known to Ogres, Trolls, Goliaths, and Giants.
Furite is a bestial language, created as a conglomerate of many languages, based of the native tongue of the Goren. Furite is spoken by Gnolls, Rakashi, Goren, and most beast humanoid species such as Bullywugs and Furblogs.
Deep Tongue is the language of Azhul’Nerub, often known by Elementals, Archons, Nerubians, and Efreets.
Titan is the original language, still not fully translated. Angels, Devils, Demons, and Gods all speak in this archaic tongue.

Languages

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