Now what accent is that?
Well, it’s roughly runic so Old English, one of its Germanic cousins or possibly Old Italic. Dana hasn’t gone for an exact alphabet here. Basically this dragon is between one and two thousand years old.
Maybe it is an old traditional recitation one or two millennia old (not the dragon)?
If you mean Ozy’s roar, it appears to be somewhere between Gothic copperplate and Persian script…
They look like Futhark runes, used by the Norse.
Some do, others look Greek or even Cuneiform, and some I don’t even half-recognise.
i think theres some ogham script in there too (ancient british and irish alphabet around 2000 years old)
that’s so phoebe and marigold
No, that’s “Rar.”
Spot on, IT!
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