Futxorkx was created by Tom Patterson to write the Na'vi language from the film Avatar, which looks a little nicer than the usual Latin orthography. It is based primarily on Anglo-Saxon runes (Futhorc), and also on Elder Futhark, Younger Futhark and medieval Futhork.
Part of The Storm by TheFatRat and Maisy Kay
Za'u oe fru iknimaya
Nìftxavang ting mikyun ting nari
Tompayä kato, tsawkeyä kato
Sì'ekong te'lanä oeru teya si
I come from the stairway to heaven
With all your heart, listen, look
The rhythm of the rain and sun
and the beat of the hearts fill me
Hear this text in Na'vi
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