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Draconic Language

Tool to decrypt/write in the draconic language, the lang used by dragons, it exists many variants, depending on fantastic universes (D&D, Skyrim, etc.)

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Draconic Language

Draconic Translator

Draconic Language is a generic term to indicate any dragon's lang. dCode has a few of them:

Dovahzul (The Elder's Scroll/Skyrim)

       

Iokharic (D&D Dungeons and Dragons)

       

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What is the Draconic language? (Definition)

The dragon language is the generic name given to the languages of the dragons, any writing or speaking of a dragon is said to be draconic.

There are several variations of dragon language depending on the fantasy worlds, such as the one from the Skyrim game called Dovahzul or the D&D Dungeons and Dragons role-playing game called Iokharic.

How to encrypt using Draconic language cipher?

According to the draconic language used, the writing methods vary, but generally it is about a substitution by symbols which can suggest, from near or far to the writings of dragons.

Example: DCODE in Iokharic : char(68)char(67)char(79)char(68)char(69)

Example: DCODE in Dovahzul char(68)char(67)char(79)char(68)char(69)

How to decrypt a draconic language cipher?

Go to the dedicated page according to the dragon language used.

How to recognize Draconic ciphertext?

A draconic message consists of symbols that may possibly recall the claws / scratches of a dragon.

All references to flames or fires are clues.

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).

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 has to exist.

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