Tool to decrypt/write in Dovahzul, the language of dragons used in The Elder Scrolls series, and especially in the Skyrim video game
Dovahzul Language - dCode
Tag(s) : Symbol Substitution
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Dovahzul (which means Language of the Dragons) is an imaginary draconic language used in The Elder Scrolls video game series (from Bethesda) and appeared in Episode 5 (The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim).
The language of the dragons Dovahzul uses an alphabet of 36 symbols. These characters allow to code the letters of the Latin alphabet (A-Z) but also some combinations such as AA, AH, EI, EY, II, IR, OO.
Encryption uses a substitution of letters and / or letter pairs by draconic/dovahzul symbols.
The ciphered message is constituted of symbols made of lines and dots, potentially representing claws made by dragons.
All references to Elder Scrolls video games, and especially Skyrim are clues.
In particular the Shouts or Thu'um which are magic spells written in Dovahzul.
NB: Dovah means Dragon in Dovahzul.
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Dovahzul Language on dCode.fr [online website], retrieved on 2023-09-23,