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Many different languages are spoken across Exandria. Common is the most widely spoken among humanoids, though most races also have their own language.

Magic is sometimes used to speak and understand languages that a person or creature does not otherwise know.

Many creatures can understand languages, but not speak them. Some, such as kenku, can speak only through mimicry.

LanguagesEdit

AbyssalEdit

Abyssal is the language of demonic creatures.

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CelestialEdit

Celestial is a language spoken mainly by celestials and Aasimar.

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CommonEdit

Common is the most widespread language in Exandria, and the primary language of humans.

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Deep Speech Edit

Deep Speech is the language of aberrations, such as mind flayers and beholders.

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DraconicEdit

Draconic is the language of dragons, and is also spoken by dragonborn.

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DruidicEdit

Druidic is the private language of druids.

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DwarvishEdit

Dwarvish is the language of the dwarves.

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ElvishEdit

Elvish is the language of the elves, and is also spoken by most half-elves.

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GiantEdit

Giant is the language spoken by giants and goliaths.

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GnomishEdit

Gnomish is the language of gnomes.

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GoblinEdit

The Goblin language is mainly spoken by goblins.

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HalflingEdit

Halflings speak their own language, which is also called Halfling.

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InfernalEdit

Infernal is the language spoken by devils and tieflings.

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MarquesianEdit

Marquesian is a language spoken in Marquet.

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OrcEdit

Orc is a language spoken by orcs and half-orcs.

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PrimordialEdit

The primordial languages are spoken by elemental creatures. Each element has its own dialect: Aquan (water), Auran (air), Ignan (fire), and Terran (earth).

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SylvanEdit

Sylvan is the primary language of fey creatures.

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Thieves' CantEdit

Thieves' Cant is less a language in its own right and more of a coded form of communication, usually between thieves.

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UndercommonEdit

Undercommon is a language spoken by creatures of the Underdark, including the drow.

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ZemnianEdit

Zemnian is a language spoken in the Zemni Fields.

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TriviaEdit

Zemnian is analogous to the real-world German language.

References Edit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Liam O'Brien shared Vax'ildan's level 13 character sheet from 2016-03-17 on Twitter.
  2. See "Strange Bedfellows" (1x03) at 0:35:56.
  3. See "Duplicity" (2x55) from 0:51:50 through 0:52:08.
  4. See "A Name Is Earned" (1x49) at 2:33:03.
  5. See "A Show of Scrutiny" (2x02) at 02:45:59.
  6. See "The Gentleman's Path" (2x19) at 03:20:21.
  7. 7.0 7.1 Goliath racial languages are listed in the D&D Player's Companion: Elemental Evil, p. 11.
  8. Gnomes racial languages.  See D&D: Player's Handbook, 5th ed., p. 37.
  9. 9.0 9.1 Dragonborn racial languages are listed in the D&D Player's Handbook, 5th ed., p. 34.
  10. See "Family Matters" (1x96).[citation needed]
  11. See "The Beat of the Permaheart" (2x82) at 1:18:34.  A door in The Folding Halls of Halas has older Draconic runes on it.
  12. "Druidic" is a 1st-level druid class feature.  See D&D: Player's Handbook, 5th ed., p. 66.
  13. See "Skyward" (1x15) from 0:10:30 through 0:15:00.
  14. See "Arrival at Kraghammer" (1x01) at 0:21:00.
  15. See "Arrival at Kraghammer" (1x01) at 0:21:08.
  16. See "Dangerous Dealings" (1x42) at 0:35:43.
  17. See "A Name Is Earned" (1x49) at 2:55:15.
  18. Gnomes have default racial languages.  See D&D: Player's Handbook, 5th ed., p. 37.
  19. See "A Name Is Earned" (1x49) at 2:32:53.
  20. See "Curious Tides" (1x89).[citation needed]
  21. See "Unfinished Business" (1x100) at 0:36:18.
  22. See "Into the Frostweald" (1x48) from 2:15:00 through 2:15:13.
  23. See "One Year Later..." (1x95).[citation needed]
  24. See "A Show of Scrutiny" (2x02) at 2:45:44.
  25. 25.0 25.1 "Thieves' Cant" is a 1st-level rogue class feature.  See D&D: Player's Handbook, 5th ed., pp. 95–96.
  26. See "The Temple Showdown" (1x11) at 1:07:54.
  27. See "Into the Greyspine Mines" (1x02) at 2:49:06.
  28. See "A Show of Scrutiny" (2x02) from 1:55:13 through 1:55:54.
  29. See "The Beat of the Permaheart" (2x82) at 1:28:06.  Halas research notes are in Zemnian.
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