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Tool to write / convert messages from / to the Aurebesh alphabet, a writing system used to write in Basic, a language used in the Star Wars universe.

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What is Aurebesh?

Aurebesh is an alphabet from the Star Wars Universe, whose name consists of the first 2 letters: Aurek and Besh. It appears in various films and series of the Star Wars saga and transcribes Basic, the most common language in the galaxy.

How to write in Aurebesh?

The Aurebesh alphabet comprises around forty signs and symbols, each with a name and a possible correspondence with the Latin / English alphabet:

char(65)AurekAchar(66)BeshBchar(67)CreshC
char(99)CherekCHchar(68)DornDchar(69)EskE
char(97)EnthÆchar(101)OnithEOchar(70)FornF
char(71)GrekGchar(72)HerfHchar(73)IskI
char(74)JenthJchar(75)KrillKchar(107)KrenthKH
char(76)LethLchar(77)MernMchar(78)NernN
char(110)NenNGchar(79)OskOchar(111)OrenthOO
char(80)PethPchar(81)QekQchar(82)ReshR
char(83)SenthSchar(115)ShenSHchar(84)TrillT
char(116)TheshTHchar(85)UskUchar(86)VevV
char(87)WeskWchar(88)XeshXchar(89)YirtY
char(90)ZerekZ

Example: STAR is written as char(83)char(84)char(65)char(82)

The currency symbol is char(36) (with small bars similar to currencies like the dollar $ or the Euro )

How to decrypt Aurebesh cipher?

Aurebesh is a substitution of characters, decryption / translation individually replaces the symbols with the corresponding letter(s).

Example: char(66)char(65)char(83)char(73)char(67) is translated BASIC

How to recognize a Aurebesh alphabet?

Aurebesh symbols are not very complex, sometimes angular, sometimes rounded and overall rather wide.

All references to the Star Wars universe or the Galactic Basic language are clues.

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