I was thinking about infernal language 5e like..does it have a written language? who speaks it in d&d? what script is it written in ? finally i got all the answers for those queries and now i have in-depth knowledge to speak about one of this dnd languages. If you have any doubts about this, then you can read the below article so you can get know many interesting facts about this. I hope this article is helpful to you.
The infernal was a language in dnd 5e for baatezu, a subtype of devils, and of the Nine Hells too. Its script was Infernal and it was spoken by devils. This infernal was brought for Toril via a contact with evil beings from other planes. It usually was described as the harsh and also the alien in nature, since it was developed among the beings with some thought patterns much more unlike those of humanity. Clerics most frequently took some time to learn this infernal dnd language and also the alphabets of this language was used to transcribe the Thayan dialect of the Mulhorandi language.
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There are few Infernal language dnd 5e statistics you can see them below.
d&d infernal script : Infernal
Spoken by: Devils
We have gathered infernal script 5e by using the infernal translator and we translated from the common language (english) to infernal 5e, you can see them below. Basically, this infernal language written form is right to left with no connectedness and no spaces between words.
Common (English) : A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
d&d infernal: Oe’ b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z
You can either use the below Infernal Language Alphabets too.
I k t v y o q m xe b c d p l a e n r w z f j g h x
We’ve got these infernal language names as per our research though out the internet you can see them and tell your opinion.
|infernal language names||Real World Names|
|Abaddon||(Hebrew) the destroyer|
|Amon||Egyptian ram-headed god of life and reproduction|
|Apollyon||Greek synonym for Satan, the arch fiend|
|Asmodeus||Hebrew devil of sensuality and luxury, originally "creature of judgment"|
|Astaroth||Phoenician goddess of lasciviousness, equivalent of Babylonian Ishtar|
|Azazel||(Hebrew) taught man to make weapons of war, introduced cosmetics|
|Baalberith||Canaanite Lord of the covenant who was later made a devil|
|Balaam||Hebrew devil of avarice and greed|
|Baphomet||worshipped by the Templars as symbolic of Satan|
|Bast||Egyptian goddess of pleasure represented by the cat|
|Beelzebub||(Hebrew) Lord of the Flies, taken from symbolism of the scarab|
|Behemoth||Hebrew personification of Satan in the form of an elephant|
|Beherit||Syriac name for Satan|
|Bilé||Celtic god of Hell|
|Chemosh||National god of Moabites, later a devil|
|Cimeries||Rides a black horse and rules Africa|
|Coyote||American Indian devil|
|Dagon||Philistine avenging devil of the sea|
|Damballa||Voodoo serpent god|
|Demogorgon||Greek name of the devil, it is said should not be known to mortals|
|Diabolus||(Greek) "flowing downwards"|
|Dracula||Romanian name for devil|
|Emma-O||Japanese ruler of Hell|
|Euronymous||Greek Prince of Death|
|Fenriz||son of Loki, depicted as a wolf|
|Gorgo||dim. of Demogorgon, Greek name of the devil|
|Haborym||Hebrew synonym for Satan|
|Hecate||Greek goddess of the underworld and witchcraft|
|Ishtar||Babylonian goddess of fertility|
|Kali||(Hindu) daughter of Shiva, high priestess of the Thuggees|
|Lilith||Hebrew female devil, Adam's first wife who taught him the ropes|
|Mammon||Aramaic god of wealth and profit|
|Mania||Etruscan goddess of Hell|
|Mantus||Etruscan god of Hell|
|Marduk||god of the city of Babylon|
|Mastema||Hebrew synonym for Satan|
|Melek Taus||Yezidi devil|
|Mephistopheles||(Greek) he who shuns the light, q. v. Faust (Greek)|
|Metztli||Aztec goddess of the night|
|Mictian||Aztec god of death|
|Midgard||son of Loki, depicted as a serpent|
|Moloch||Phoenician and Canaanite devil|
|Mormo||(Greek) King of the Ghouls, consort of Hecate|
|Naamah||Hebrew female devil of seduction|
|Nergal||Babylonian god of Hades|
|Nihasa||American Indian devil|
|Nija||Polish god of the underworld|
|O-Yama||Japanese name for Satan|
|Pan||Greek god of lust, later relegated to devildom|
|Pluto||Greek god of the underworld|
|Proserpine||Greek queen of the underworld|
|Pwcca||Welsh name for Satan|
|Rimmon||Syrian devil worshipped at Damascus|
|Sabazios||Phrygian origin, identified with Dionysos, snake worship|
|Saitan||Enochian equivalent to Satan|
|Sammael||(Hebrew) "venom of God"|
|Samnu||Central Asian devil|
|Sedit||American Indian devil|
|Sekhmet||Egyptian goddess of vengeance|
|Shaitan||Arabic name for Satan|
|Shiva||(Hindu) the destroyer|
|Supay||Inca god of the underworld|
|T'an-mo||Chinese counterpart to the devil, covetousness, desire|
|Tchort||Russian name for Satan, "black god"|
|Tezcatlipoca||Aztec god of Hell|
|Thamuz||Sumerian god who later was relegated to devildom|
|Thoth||Egyptian god of magic|
|Tunrida||Scandinavian female devil|
|Typhon||Greek personification of Satan|
|Yaotzin||Aztec god of Hell|
|Yen-lo-Wang||Chinese ruler of Hell|
Brief Review On Infernal
As per our experience on dnd 5e languages we have written this review on infernal, once read it from the below lines and leave your feedback after you finish.
- Being divided into the four parts, this infernal tongue was tied closely to the baatezu caste system.
- Those four parts used similar basic foundation and each of those expressed various concepts and used different words too.
- Although, the tongue of the least baatezu, like the spinned devils, was a simple and harsh tongue suited for the sake of shouting commands which are across the battlefield.
- Of course, the tongue of the lesser baatezu was an equal to any of the mortal tongue in the complexity and also they used to communicate which is like abstract the concepts like either honor or hate.
- The fourth form of this infernal had been the court language of the baator, which has used only by pit fiends and also the archdevils.
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