Trunic is an alphabet that was created for the game Tunic. It was developed by Andrew Shouldice as an alternative way to write English in the game.
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The lever overworked! The fulcrum shattered! A hole in truth will thunder open and all manner of disquiet contradictions will gnaw apart the canonical plane. The thread is snagged onto a squirming coil, with no beginning and no end. Flee to your arks, old ones, and become your predestined selves!
Information about Trunic and Tunic
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