One of the things I love about traveling is learning the different cultures and their languages. And in Nälu we have six nationally recognized languages, seven if you are counting the common tongue. The oldest of these is Táchil. The language of power, spoken and read mainly by the Guardians and few of the older elves and Haruzos. On the edge of the map, the writing you see is Táchil.
Below you’ll find a list of the main languages, who natively speak it, and where you might encounter the languages. If you’re planning on visiting, it wouldn’t hurt to learn a few key phrases in the host nation’s language, such as:
Where’s the bathroom?
Hi, my name is_______.
How are you?
If you’re not careful, you might end up asking “where’s the goat” instead of “where’s the bathroom”. Guilty as charged.
|Language||Who Speaks it||Where is it spoken|
|Hazrul||Haruzo–the feline shapeshifters||
|Táchil||Guardians, older generations||
|*Raklho||Chno-wadu pygmy tribes|
*not officially recognized.
If you’d like something translated or to see your name written in Táchil, let me know! (I can also do Tarôc and Zjótharyn, but I’m not as familiar with them.)
Have a great rest of the week!