The Zentlardy alphabet appeared in the 1980s cartoon series Robotech, which was based on the Japanese cartoon Macross (マクロス). The writing system was used in the cartoon on the side of alien space ships, and in the now-defunct roleplaying games Robotech and Macross II. The origins of the Zentlardy alphabet are unknown, though Kevin Siembieda of Palladium Books was probably involved. The name of the alphabet has a number of other spellings: Zentradi, Zjentohlauedy, Zentrady and Zentraedi, which are different transliterations of the Japanese ゼントラーディ (zentorādi).
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