High Cant
Of the three native tongues of the Haedrasian people, High Cant is the most revered and guarded. The tongue of the holy texts of Haederas, High Cant sees use only in religious chronicle and ceremony, and in the craft of storytellers who prefer the beautiful and nuanced details of the tongue when composing poetry, or relating the ancient tales of the Haedrasian people. While outsiders assume High Cant to be similar to Cant, due to a shared alphabet and sound, it is in fact quite distinct - having both vocabulary and conventions entirely its own.

High Cant Conventions




High Cant Terms


High Cant Names

Names taken from the old tales and the ancient histories in the Imperatry scriptures go through phases of popularity between generations, and are experiencing a particular resurgence in the present era, especially in the lands of the eastern empire.

Male: Abioye, Bosede, Dakarai, Femi, Imamu, Jaz, Keyon, Kwame, Lekan, Makena, Obasi, Olamilekan, Talib, Tumelo, Wekesa.

Female: Abimbola, Akua, Chiamaka, Efua, Imani, Kunto, Lesedi, Mbali, Mesi, Nala, Nnenna, Oni, Sanaa, Tapiwa, Zula.

Written Language


Languages of Allornus
Ahlonia Isle Trade Tongue; Talthakee; Sielish; Giantish
Shattered Empire Irian; Bosk; Huragga; Ghost-speak
Knives of Rallah Ralstaan; High Ral; Fale'An-Heir; Huragga; Raak
Ancient Duchies Ghanish; Gan; Khal Mhul; Vorgan
Bear Tundra Tu'dra-Bachk
Lands of Chill Malish; Low Haedrasian; Arken
Imperatry Plains Low Haedrasian; Cant; High Cant
Inner Sea Basin Vashri; Kelorn; Irian; Khal Mhul; Bosk; Low Haedrasian; Kena'ku; Black Tongue
Southlands Kelorn; Irian; Bosk; Low Haedrasian; Bray
Unholy Wastes Drak; Malish
Fringe Nations Havari; Drukah
Others Language of Beasts; Language of Trees