Aurebesh alphabet Aurebesh

The Aurebesh alphabet appears in the film Return of the Jedi and in a number of Star Wars-related publications. It is used in the film to write the language of the Galatic Empire, known as Galactic Basic.

A version of the alphabet appears in The Star Wars Roleplaying Game by West End Games and was designed by graphic artist Stephen Crane, and originally created by Joe Johnston, a designer and F/X expert on the Stars Wars films.

The name of this alphabet comes from the names of the first two letters, Aurek and Besh.

Aurebesh alphabet

Aurebesh alphabet

Sample text

Sample text in Aurebesh



Information about Aurebesh

Aurebesh fonts

Aurebesh transliterator

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