Durb'air is the official language of Durbar.

History Edit

Durb'air developed in the early settlements of Durbar, an evolution of the Common-Tongue, and shares some words with it. As of the 3rd Age, roughly 87% of Durbar citizens spoke Durb'air, with 95% speaking the Common-Tongue. This percentage slowly declines, with the Common-Tongue becoming more popular in the larger cities, being popular trading locations, with only the smaller settlements still speaking it.

Writing System Edit

Durb'air follows a standard typeset, using the original 26 letter language. However, the language uses acute accents on some vowels.