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A Note from the Author

I wanted to just write a quick note about the content of this book, and really of this series. Getting to dive into languages is something super fun that I love doing - making conlangs is really a treat, and I love using them in my games. Orcs have always been my favorite fantasy race - I honestly blame WoW for that. And that is why I love playing as them so much - alla my old crotchety ex-samurai grave domain cleric Gravewalker and various other orc characters I have made. But in D&D they are coded often as the noble savage archetype or the ravaging barbarian trope - both of which frustrate me. With Eberron as a model of how races should really be treating going forward ,I wanted to play around with the entrepreneurial nature of Eberron orcs, as well as explore orog and ogres - both of whom rarely get any table time beyond that of villains or boss monsters. So, I hope you enjoy this new and unique look at orc language.





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