The Scryptic Code was created by Thomas Maska (TomMaska@aol.com) and was originally used as a deceptive mode of communitcation. Its decorative qualities were meant to be distracting, thus taking away from the actual message which lay hidden beneath. It was inspired by Mongolian and influenced by the Vine Script. Tom used it mostly to communicate with his friend and fellow Conlanger, Jordan Alvarez, inventor of Ne'iith.
Bloodscript is a ritual form writing used by the Sinʃalaa tribes in Northern Drauthorl. When written from left to right it has a natural tendency to trail downward and to the right, so it was used to make carvings in totem poles, as well as in the limbs of those who were to be sacraficed to the evil Gods of the frozen wastelands.
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