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
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.
- When an accent mark is added to the right curve of a character
the secondary pronunciation is used, for example:
- The spacing system is meant to deceive. There are different
types of spacing mark for words beginning and ending with consonants (CC),
such as dog; words beginning and ending with vowels (VV), such as are;
words beginning with a vowel end ending with a consonant (VC), such
as air, and words beginning with a consonant and ending with a vowel (CV),
such as free
- Scryptic II can be written vertically or from left to right.
- Scryptic II is a phonetic script best suited for writing English,
but it can be adapted to write most European languages.
Scryptic II punctuation
Sample texts in Scryptic II
All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights.
(Part of article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights)
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