In my book, The Family Forge I included a rudimentary guide for the language of the culture I've been writing about. This is the first time in years that I've gotten around to remaking the translated alphabet. This is an early JPEG of what will appear as an appendix in book 2: The Organized Seer. The characters are written right to left, and for the most part sentences or titles begin with capital letters, much like German. Only the A, E and G characters have separate capital letters while other characters are capitalized by writing them twice as large as the rest. Exceptions are the letters o, i and u, which are never capitalized, and which for the most part do not carry syllabic accents.