A pixel-style Elder Futhark runic font (plus a few non-Futhark symbols). WORKS BEST IN ALL CAPS -- lowercase characters bring up smaller runes or alternate rune forms. Please see comments for more info.This is a clone
A font influenced by various fantasy scripts, particularly dwarven, and also slightly reminiscent of Aramaic text. Created for my D&D campaign.
there is no C, you have to replace this with S or K depending on the sound,
same thing for the V, W or F
and the Y, I, J or IJ
in origional futhark there is no Q or X, these are made here by Q=K+U and X=K+S
numbers 1-9 are good 0 gives 10
as there is no 0
shift+1to0 gives 11 to 20
I added a dot and a double and tripple, hiden under . : and ; I have seen them on markings but Im not sure of there use yet.
the ng rune is located under ñ (altgr+n)
th is under þ (altgr+t)
ï is under æ (altgr+z)
I just found out the concept of BindRunes I will try to add those to the list too, not sure how yet. but I will
uppercase will give bind runes, if the previus ends in a | then you and the next starts with a | you can merge them.
The written language of the Shal'Dran, or at least what can be matched to human text; The full Shal'Dranic alphabet contains some two hundred characters, many of which are contextual in their meaning. I've actually had this one on paper for a while now, but hadn't found a way to get it onto the computer untill I found this site.