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Nazcaän Alphabet

Tool for translating the Nazcaä script from the Ni no Kuni video game, using an alphabet made up of symbols, loops, lines and circles.

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What is the Nazcaan script? (Definition)

Nazcaan script is a fictional language created for the video game Ni no Kuni.

How to write in Nazcaan script?

The Nazcaä script is a substitution of the letters of the Latin/French alphabet by Nazcaan symbols.

According to the game manual, the writing is done from right to left. The texts do not include spaces, punctuation or distinguish between upper and lower case.

The game having been published in Japan, it had several different localizations and therefore several different alphabets.

Alphabet (1): nazcaan-alphabet-1.jpg used in the English version. The letters I and J are identical, just like U and V and W is represented with 2 times V. In addition, 3 characters represent pairs of letters: TH, CH and EI.

Alphabet (2): nazcaan-alphabet-2.jpg used in the French version. The 26 letters of the alphabet are present.

Example: NINOKUNI translates to char(78)char(73)char(78)char(79)char(75)char(85)char(78)char(73)

How to translate Nazcaan?

The Nazcaä script is deciphered by substituting the Nazcaan symbols by their equivalent letter(s) in the selected alphabet.

Example: char(73)char(76)char(66)char(73)char(72)char(71) translates to GHIBLI

How to recognize a Nazcaan ciphertext? (Identification)

The characters of the Nazcaä alphabet are quite curved, sometimes have strokes and loops. The figures have a circular base.

Any references to the Ni no Kuni 二ノ国 video game or to Level 5 and Ghibli studios are clues.

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