Avern    Avern

Avern is a transformed English alphabet invented by Zach Haffey and used by a society of warlocks whose souls and culture (including their language) have been interwoven with the alien, demonic energies that give them their power. The language itself has traces of Latin and Old English but has been nearly overrun by the extradimensional demonic tongue.

Avern has several, extremely difficult sub-dialects and conditional pronunciations depending on the rank of the speaker versus the spoken to.

Notable features

Avern alphabet

Avern alphabet

Avern numerals

Avern numerals

Sample text in Avern

Sample text in Avern


  1. Uon varthia kabaoru ex fyrokh jalkai ex xarengu rallaa.
  2. Uon attar kimyral exudun-yaha r'yagtojurenx aga'Zhinar'vomad; jalko gehax yaha domixren'yahzu kruthùil.
  3. Uon yah'yahkhir zentim: Aiye. Thuxalun hentyreva'xal ben'zaikoromit. Uon thuxalun'era juzarle rallain;yah maad'mith thuxalhe kenexebaa.


  1. And the whole earth was of one language, and of one speech.
  2. And it came to pass, as they journeyed from the east, that they found a plain in the land of Shinar; and they dwelt there.
  3. And they said one to another, Go to, let us make brick, and burn them thoroughly. And they had brick for stone, and slime had they for morter.

Part of the Tower of Babel story from Genesis 11: 1-3

Download an Avern font (TrueType format, 12K).

If you have any questions about Avern, you can contact Zach at: zed1974@comcast.net

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