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Library

Welcome to the Library, a collection of Dovahzul-related writing, articles, and resources. Check out the latest items or search for something particular.

Do you have a story, poem, or article you would like to see in the Library? Contact paarthurnax by private message or email him at [email protected].

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Featured

Dragon Alphabet Font by Thuum.org
Resource, December 10, 2013 - The Dragon Alphabet font has all 34 runes mapped to both the upper and lower cases. Special characters are mapped on the numbers 0-9. This is the font that is used throughout the site.

Dragon Alphabet Sheet by Thuum.org
Reference, December 10, 2013 - A PDF sheet with all 34 runes.

Dragon Cult Contest Winners by Thuum.org
Fiction, March 3, 2017 - Winning poetry and fiction for the Dragon Cult Contest.

Skyrim Dialogue File by Bethesda
Reference, December 17, 2013 - A .txt file containing all of the dialogue in Skyrim. Notations are given for much of the canon Dovahzul dialogue including meaning and pronunciation. Search for "[QUOTE]" or "=" to find these notes easier.

Skyrim Screenshot Contest Winners by Thuum.org
Miscellaneous, November 30, -0001 - Winning entries for the Skyrim Screenshot Contest.

Tale of the Warrior Priest by paarthurnax
Poetry, May 3, 2014 - A long poem about two rival dragon priests. This work features runic writing, a transliteration, and a final translation. Introduction by Urag gro-Shub.

Newest

Rune Memrise Course by Sosaalvulon
Resource, September 21, 2017 - This Memrise course will help you memorize the 34 runes of the dragon language.

Dragon Cult Contest Winners by Thuum.org
Fiction, March 3, 2017 - Winning poetry and fiction for the Dragon Cult Contest.

Dovahzul Riddle Contest Winners by Thuum.org
LegacyFiction, January 20, 2016 - Winning entries for the riddle contest featuring Dovahzul writing.

Kun do Iilah by Ble fotia
LegacyFiction, January 11, 2016 - A short monologue from the perspective of Odahviing.

Daalsezin by Freymulaar
Poetry, November 8, 2015 - A short, rhyming poem featuring all canon vocabulary.

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A Healer's Touch by Brynja
LegacyFiction, December 10, 2013 - Eirin, a healer, leaves her life behind to join the Stormcloak Rebellion. Galmar assigns her to protect the Dragonborn on his various adventures. When the civil war escalates and the Battle for Skyrim begins, Eirin is reunited with an old friend, and her heart becomes torn between the present and the past. A three-part story with Dovahzul featured in parts two and three. Mature content.

Alternative Dragon Rune Fonts by FontStruct
Resource, July 17, 2014 - Variants of the dragon rune font available on FontStruct.

An Analysis of the Syntactic Implications of Canon by hiith
Non-Fiction, January 10, 2015 - A study on the syntax and semantics of canon Dovahzul spoken by the dragons in-game.

An Essay on the Dragon Language by MythicKhan
Non-Fiction, February 13, 2014 - An essay written from the perspective of an Imperial historian on the Dragon Language. This essay is possibly the first to coin the name "Dovahzul".

Calligraphy Dragon Runes by hiith
Resource, December 23, 2014 - Custom dragon rune font with a fountain pen style.

Comic Rune Font by hiith
Resource, December 5, 2014 - A dragon rune font stylized to resemble comic sans. Features numbers and punctuation.

Conlangs: Skyrim's Dragon Language by The Lingua File
Non-Fiction, May 24, 2014 - A short examination of the dragon language of Skyrim by language blog The Lingua File.

Daalsezin by Freymulaar
Poetry, November 8, 2015 - A short, rhyming poem featuring all canon vocabulary.

Dictionary for Microsoft Word by Thuum.org
LegacyResource, December 10, 2013 - This text file will let Microsoft Word spell-check your Dovahzul. Like the lexicon downloads, they generate on click, so be sure to update your file as the dictionary expands. Click here for instructions on how to use.

Dictionary for OpenOffice by Thuum.org
LegacyResource, December 10, 2013 - This text file will let OpenOffice spell-check your Dovahzul. Like the lexicon downloads, they generate on click, so be sure to update your file as the dictionary expands. Click here for instructions on how to use.