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Wynnic, or Ancient Wynnic, was created in 2015 by the developers of the Minecraft MMORPG Wynncraft. It is a substitution alphabet mainly used to write English and Irish, and also contains characters for several Roman numerals. It is often used in logos of the game, teasers and trailers, and it can be seen at certain points in the game itself. The community had to decipher the script when it got first introduced, but on April 7th 2017, an official Wynnic Transcriber was added to the game, containing all characters besides CH and TH.

Notable features

Wynnic alphabet

Wynnic alphabet

Sample text

Sample text in Wynnic


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Information compiled by V. Schiethart


English-Wynnic transliterator

Information about Wynncraft

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