The Gaan Khaa script was invented by Jimmy Xavier Kuan, modelled on the Castithan script by David J. Peterson. It is a abugida/alphasyllabary, and can be used to write Orli Khaa, a conlang also invented by Jimmy Xavier Kuan.
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