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Draconic Language

Tool to decrypt/write in the dragon language. The draconic language is the language of the dragons, it exists many variants, one of these has been popularized in the Skyrim video game.

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Answers to Questions (FAQ)

How to encrypt using Draconic language cipher?

The language of the dragons 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.

Some symbols like char(67), normally the equivalent of C are not used in any word known in draconic language.

Encryption uses a substitution of letters and / or letter pairs by draconic symbols.

Example: DCODE is coded char(68)char(67)char(79)char(68)char(69)

How to decrypt a draconic language cipher?

Decryption can be done by replacing each draconic symbol by its corresponding letter (or couple) in the latin alphabet.

Example: char(68)char(82)char(65)char(71)char(79)char(78) is decrypted as DRAGON

How to recognize Draconic ciphertext?

The ciphered message is constituted of symbols made of lines and dots, potentially representing claws made by dragons.

The draconic appears in the fantastic universe such as D&D: dungeons and dragons, or in the game The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim (from Bethesda).

All references to flames or fires are clues.

The iokharic language is similar.

Is draconic a real language?

No, dragons do not exist in reality, nor their language. But it's all a matter of imagination, in D&D dragons exist, so a dragon language (or iokaric) has to exist.

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