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Deskuffen Deskuffen

The Deskuffen Writing System was invented by Llav Zladžkav and used to write his constructed language Skainian, which is used in the country of Skaine. The word "Skainian" comes from its past relations of Kecrucxian and Carouxian words, but the meaning of the word is still unknown. Skainian is currently the only one to use Deskuffen, but this script has been known to write Eissdonian, Carouxian and Kecrucxian in its early development, around when it was first introduced. Deskuffen is similar to Cyrillic in that is has “soft” (а, е) and “hard” (ё, ї). vowels.

Notable features

Deskuffen Script

Deskuffen Script



Skainian has a few combinations that need to be remembered. These are in alphabetical order:

With regards to punctuation, Skainian uses pretty much all of them like English.

Sample text in Deskuffen

Sample text in Deskuffen - Article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights


Hosros nerestriktsiioniiohyut u samohyut ta sewkachnov u korgonovi. Poso hosros respektsiibo u theshkochom hosros tesimas.


All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.
(Article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights)

Download a fonts for Deskuffen (OpenType)

You can contact Llav Zladžkav at: llevkorskov@outlook.com

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