The Chondathan, common, and many of the lesser-known derivative languages were eventually added to the central thorass subgroup of dnd languages.
Despite of its name, their parent language of these languages in this specific group was Jhaamdathan, or else “Old Chondathan”. The modern Chondathan has been derived directly from an old Chondathan, while the Thorass/Old Common, even though the original trade language of the Faerûn, was the mixture of Alzhedo and even Jhaamdathan, common was also simply the modern version of Thorass.
This thorass language is the basis of the many lesser-known languages as well as the dialects.
- Auld Cormanthan
- Maiden’s Tongue
The alphabet Thorass is the one that has been used by all languages in this group.
Attributes of Central Thorass 5E languages
- Language Family Faerûnian languages
- Language Group Thorass
- Script Thorass
- Spoken by: Humans
- Based on: Italic