Script of the All-Seers Script of the All-Seers (Lishan Oiad)

The Script of the All-Seers (Lishan Oiad) was invented by Kitsune Sobo as the native script of the alien All-Seers in the Rhodinoverse. The Rhodinoverse is a fictional multiverse created and illustrated by Kit, and features various species with their own distinct languages and cultures.

In-universe History

The All-Seers (Ollog Oiad), as they call themselves, are descendants of humanity who live in the far future. They are a species that prioritizes forced evolution and "perfection", hence their language and script have been shaped to be as close to that as possible.

Having mastery over time travel, some All-Seers made contact with humans from the past, giving rise to the Enochian language of John Dee and Edward Kelly which is related to their own speech.

The Script of the All-Seers is a hybrid future form of many Earth scripts, including Latin and Cyrillic. The letters were made to look a little messy to give the script an old or archaic look despite being futuristic.

Notable Features

Script of the All-Seers

Script of the All-Seers

Sample text

Sample text in Script of the All-Seers


Tol ollog apilath iadnamad od busdir l madam. Osaisch shel phthunax jivilietto qaa cordziz hefnargis zadzaczadlinadohi.


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)

Information about the Rhodinoverse

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