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Lost Languages: Eberron - Conech

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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. The conenach came about from an Eberron campaign I was running a few months ago. A friend of mine wanted to play as a harefolk, but at that time the harengon did not exist in core 5e. So I took a Pathfinder harefolk and tweaked it a little work in Eberron. Over the course of the game we added more and more lore to it, and finally I released them as a full face for folks to play as. But one thing I never got around to making for them was a conlang alphabet. And with this book I decided I would change that up, finally giving these fuzzballs an alphabet of their own. I decided to work from a base of combining Ogham and Japanese Kanji to make an odd grid-like system. Enjoy the weirdness and uniqueness of the conenach!

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