High Gavellian was created in 2020 by the developers of the Minecraft MMORPG Wynncraft. It is a substitution alphabet for the English alphabet, though it is mainly used to write Irish. High Gavellian is the second constructed script for Wynncraft, after Wynnic, and is mostly visible during the Realm of Light questline, during which Lari frequently casts spells that are written in Irish and displayed in High Gavellian. The first occurence of the script was a tweet by Wynncraft, where the "G" was shown. The script subsequently appeared in the 1.20 trailer, and similarly to Wynnic, an official transcriber was later added to the game.
All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.
(Article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights)
Saolaítear na daoine uile saor agus comhionann ina ndínit agus ina gcearta. Tá bua an réasúin agus an choinsiasa acu agus dlíd iad féin d'iompar de mheon bráithreachais i leith a chéile.
(Airteagal 1 den Dearbhú Uile-Choiteann Cearta An Duine)
Information compiled by V. Schiethart
High Gavellian Transcriber
English to Gavellian translator
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