The Ath alphabet was created by Morioka Hiroyuki, a Japanese Sci-Fi writer, and first appeared in his novel Seikai no Monshou (The Crest of the Stars) in 1996. Some of the letters resemble Japanese hiragana or katakana. Seikai no Monshou has also been made into a series of anime (cartoons) and manga (comic books).
Baronh, a language spoken by the characters in Morioka's novels, and also in the anime and manga based on the novels. Morioka created the Baronh language for use by the Abh people in his books and modelled it to some extent on Japanese.
After his home world is ruthlessly taken over by the Abh-a space-faring race that has conquered many worlds-a boy named Jinto begins an unforgettable journey that stretches the boundaries of the final frontier. With a beautiful princess at his side, he will attempt to unlock the secret behind Abh domination and discover that all's fair in love and interplanetary war.
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The Gateway to Seikai (in Korean and English)
Dadh Baronr - University of Baronh (an introduction to the Baronh language)
An introduction to Mirioka Hiroyuki and his work (in Japanese)
Review of the anime based on Seikai no Monshou
Review of the manga based on Seikai no Monshou
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