The Espruar alphabet is used in Forgotten Realms, which is a campaign setting for the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game. The Realms were created by game designer Ed Greenwood around 1967 as a setting for his childhood stories
Espruar was the alphabet of the silver elves. Around 1357 DR, most elves across Faerûn used it to render messages, either in Common or in their own language. The language was also used on Evermeet.
Sha'darn teague Nodel
Kiira'daoine quar ath tel'Etriel e lythi
Leha thro'Quessir thiramen nehel'feer ivae
Ent usal nevae.
Bren u'aestar'kess d'Corellon
Ilphu e d'aestarath tel'quiet
Ausa tel'ennamath enna stacia?
The Sun gazes upon the Moon
Stars play about her as children
He is farther from them than he would wish
But he knows that his love illuminates them
And chases darkness away.
Is this the love that Corellon holds
For His dear Sehanine?
Does it blossom like mine
With the birth of each star?
How does he endure the flames?
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