The Bulughman alphabet was invented by TJ to write his conlang of the same name. The conlang is spoken by nomadic people that live on a hypothetical world on the eastern boundaries where they met Alexander, a conquestador, who taught them how to write their own language and communicate.
The dots are used to change the sounds of some letters; Qiliq (above) changes the sounds of some letters to something else as shown in the charts. Bugh (below) is a mark of stress (double letters).
The numbers are written from right to left as well and as they are said. Eg. 1980 becomes 0891.
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If you have any questions about the Bulughman alphabet, you can contact TJ at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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