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It's not just international, it's intergalactic! This is a clone of Star Wreck by the skilled LexKominek, expanded to add all the ASCII punctuation and most of the "More Latin" block. I fiddled with the spacing a bit, made capital I (as in Item) and lower-case l (as in letter) look different, gave lower-case q a more pronounced hook, gave capital Q a more obvious slash, changed the comma, semicolon, and curved quotation marks to swerve slightly in the direction of the existing slant, added a point to the bottom of the apostrophe and double quote, made the lower-case t slightly taller, and edited the length of many of the strokes that ended with a slanted tip, like the one in lower-case r. Like the original Star Wreck, this font is mostly based off the font used to advertise the 2009 Star Trek film, but I have changed certain letters so that they might not look exactly like the ones used in posters for the film and such.