The basic means of communication. Language has existed since the evolution of Homo Sapiens and is perhaps as old as 2 millions years.
Age of ObsidianEdit
- Afro-Asiatic: Historically the original language of an entire modern family of languages. During this period the Acayl of modern Egypt, the Qwar of the Capsian region, and the Se'um of the Levant spoke it.
- Elamo-Dravidian: Historically the source language for the Dravidian languages of India and the extinct Elamite language spoken north of the Mesopotamian region. During this period the Angval of the Indus Valley, the Biainili of the Lake Van region, the Curai of Southeast Asia, and the Haltamti of Ilum and Khuzestan all spoke it.
- Indo-European: The basis for the most prominent current languages in the world, it was spoken in the period by the Bukee of central Siberia and the Pater of the Pontic-Capsian region.
- Pre-Indo-European: Or Proto-Basque, the language spoken by all groups surrounding the Middle Lands to the north, including the Lehoi modern Portugal into Poland, the Rasna of Italy and its islands, the Sukarri ranging from northern France to Poland, the Euskal of Spain/France, Elur-orein of the Low Countries and into Poland, the Gizajele of the British Isles, the Gizaseme of Crete, and the lautada lur of Greece. Its speakers would be overrun in the millennia following the end of the ice age.
- Ural-Altaic: Historically the core language for a modern language family that includes most of Asia. During this period it spread over much the same area with the Arpa the Yi-Luo valley, Azo of Japan, the Kepu of the Yangtze valley, and the Udv of Siberia.
Age of ArthurEdit
- Anglo-Saxon: The language spoken by the Germanic invaders of Britain. Tribes included the Angles, Jutes, Saxons, and Frisians.
- British: The native language of Wales and England, and the language of the conquered after the Germanic tribes had swept through. It was a P-Celtic language.
- Irish: The native language of Ireland, it was a Q-Celtic language.
- Latin: The language of the Romans, of culture, and of the Christian ecclesiastics.
- Pictish: The native language of the highlands, the Picts spoke a Q-Celtic language.
- Children of Nelvaa: Very little is known of the language, apart from the fact that it is psychic and uses pictures.