Undercommon 5E Language

Do you know who speaks undercommon in dnd? Actually this dnd undercommon was a trade language. Majority of the intelligent races in dnd which are native to the underdark were commonly spoke this dnd language. We have mentioned some of the speakers of this undercommon language such as;

aboleth, choker, chuul, cloaker, delver, drider, drow, duergar, dwarf, githyanki, githzerai, grimlock, kobold, kuo-toa, orc, rakshasa, roper, svirfneblin, and mind flayer races.

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Attributes Of Undercommon DnD

Influenced By: Drow

Undercommon script: Elvish

Spoken By: Underdark Traders

Undercommon alphabet & Undercommon translator

Actually, this undercommon has written in Espruar alphabet and you can see the image below which has mentioned not only alphabets but also translation from common (english) language to undercommon.

Undercommon Alphabets

Undercommon vs Deep Speech

If you wanna know the difference between undercommon and deep speech read the below lines.

  • Actually, deep speech is a method which is used by mind flayers and also by beholders, beings which aren’t from this world.
  • The undercommon is most common for the underdark. That means for duergar, for the deep gnomes and also maybe for drow.
  • Undercommon is trade language for the underdark. The deep speech is its own thing, used-as noted as elsewhere-so by mindflayers and also the other aberrant horrors.
Undercommon vs Common
  • So, the undercommon is the language is the drow and it is primary language of underdark. It basically sounds like elvish in origin, but it is harsher and perhaps contains loan words from the languages of the other races of an underdark.
  • Normally, undercommon uses elvish script and the common uses plain and simple common script.
  • Normally, the common is the universal language so that most people able to speak it. The undercommon is the simplest words of the common language and of course you can not read and write too.

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