The Daedric alphabet is used in a series of computer games known as The Elder Scrolls produced by Bethdesa Softworks. It first appeared in TESL: Battlespire in about 1997 and is used to write English.
The Daedric alphabet also appears in episode 16, season 3 of the Canadian TV series Sanctuary on the walls of a vampire tomb.
Information about the Daedric alphabet and free Daedric fonts
Daedric Translation Aid
Information about the Daerdric people
The Elder Scrolls - official site
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