Languages of Veth
Arangothek is the official language of Arangoth and Drache, in which BDI itself is located.
Assi is the language of the deeply spiritual and very ferocious Assi tribesmen of the Nie River Valley.
The Aslar is native to the kingdom of Aslar (which is famous for its tradition of electing a new king each year and beheading the old one).
Leturian is the native language of Leturia, spoken by Leturians at home and abroad.
Known to us players as English, this is the most commonly used language in the setting and in active roleplay.
The native language of the Alesian Imperium.
Ankenah is less a language and more a magical system. Created by Tekhem "Ankenahotep" as-Tyrakhon. System of glyphs harnessing essence for linguistic forms.
Spoken by natives of Elluria, though it is slowly being replaced by Alesian now that it is a tributary of the Empire.
The elves of Elvendeep have a number of languages, the majority comprising of a high language and the tribal languge of the savage Sorani known as Deepish.
Griffons have two native languages: One is an ancient bestial language of bird cries spoken in their natural form, the other is a blend of griffon and the language of their dryads.
Korthai is the language of the seagoing Korthai people, who are cousins of the Assi.
Native language of the Najjira people.
Rondissian's speak Akman in the now isolated country of Rondis.
Tollorian is a clan language spoken by native hill tribes within Tollor.
- The native language of Arangoth and it's environs (including Drache) is Arangothek. Check out all of the fantastic pages about the main channel's native language here.
- Hear spoken and written Arangothek here, and learn to speak the language yourself over here.
Scripts of the World
- Several of the languages of Veth have been given their own scripts. Languages with bolded names have (a) usable and learnable writing system(s).
Ankenah, the magical language which spawned modern Najji, originally used a set of ideographs to try and capture the essence of the universe in order to distill it into something understandable and usable by human beings.
Arangothek has its own writing, which you can see explained here.
The Assi language apparently uses a system of ideograms.
The desert-living Teldanar use an as-of-yet-unexpounded-upon heiroglyphic writing system.