The Skaraaskrít script was invented by Kris Green to write his fictional language, Drakanian. It can also be used to write English, despite having fewer consonants.
In the Drakanian Language foreign words are written in their own alphabet and followed by 'kezen' to show that they are not Drakanian words. Foreign phrases start with 'kothta' and end with 'kezen'. Skaraaskrít uses a subject-verb-object structure.
All’r menzatae ehrta sakrad libreít unt ekal ín vodfas unt dågt. T’kehrta fåstor híab zhalat unt menstør unt åsht gilvøt aulíka itzvadshín ín reíkhel de etzíota.
All Sentients 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.
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