With only minimal Dejy
influence, the modern Fhokki language has changed little from the
Fhokki spoken by the tribes that first migrated across the Wild Lands.
The use of hard consonant sounds in double and even triple letter
combinations characterize the language. There are many dialects and
accents of Fhokki spoken by the various tribes, but unlike the lost
Dejy alphabet, the Fhokki language remains consistent throughout.
Written Fhokki has
changed even less than the spoken language. The greatest change has
been in the use of parchment and quill. Today, almost every Fhokki town
has a library containing volumes of ancient Fhokki history and tribal
(September 25, 2011)
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