Tool to translate messages into Al Bhed, the language of the Final Fantasy X video game universe, encoding and decoding texts even without manuals.
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The Al Bhed Language (sometimes called albhedian) is a fictional language created for the Final Fantasy X (FF10) video game universe developed by Square Enix. It is a language coded with symbols used by a group of individuals of the same name, the Al Bhed.
The Al Bhed Language uses an alphabet of 26 symbols quite similar to the 26 letters of the Latin alphabet. However, an additional substitution is applied to each letter which is replaced by another letter according to a predefined pattern and described in manuals found in the game.
The list of uppercase symbols is:
The list of lowercase symbols consists of the same symbols but smaller (compressed in height):
Then the set of 26 manuals forms a monoalphabetic substitution:
Thus to write the letter A in English, it will be necessary to write the letter Y in Al Bhed.
To translate from Al Bhed Language into French, if it uses the Al Bhed alphabet, then replace each symbol with the corresponding one in the French alphabet.
Then, if the message remains unintelligible, use the letter correspondence manuals:
The Al Bhed Language is distinguished by its stain-like typography (between 2 and 4 per symbol).
The letters al bhed have a visual similarity with the letters of the Latin alphabet.
All references to Final Fantasy, its Spira world, or its character Tidus are clues.
The Al Bhed people are very good at blitzball.
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Al Bhed Language on dCode.fr [online website], retrieved on 2023-09-27,