Shirn Brádulë Shirn Brádulë

The Shirn Brádulë script was invented by Pieter Rottiers for his upcoming fantasy cycle "War of Blood and Darkness". It is part of a quite extensive world building project involving several languages, a series of very detailed maps and a ton of description. For his languages Pieter also developed several scripts. This one is used in the region called Gaendyr, and is used to depict Gendric, the local language, and a variety of languages from neighbouring regions. Shirn Brádulë is a Gendric expression and means "Hand of the freelord", named that way since the writing system was established by the freelord of Ganador, the major city in Gaendyr.

Notable features

Shirn Brádulë script

Shirn Brádulë script

Download an alphabet chart for Shirn Brádulë (Excel)

Sample texts Naeric

Sample text in the Shirn Brádulë script in Naeric


Rwn dhar miraeldad sálarril wi ágirril órnilshinde wi dhárcharde. Aldcar naeld gadil henwil wi cinsen, wi taeldor erin ensarcel bárinde nwmarsiin.


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)

Famous quotes (in Naeric)

Famous quotes in the Shirn Brádulë script

Sample texts from Pieter's novel (in Gendric)

Sample texts in the Shirn Brádulë script in Gendric

Sample text in Latin

Sample text in the Shirn Brádulë script in Latin

Download a font for Shirn Brádulë (TrueType format, 18K)

Scripts invented by Pieter Rottiers

Bel'Arian, Cwirhald, Dhingion Niginair, Gorwelion, Nirichaen, Sadhain, Shirn Brádulë

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