There are no avarese dialects, only one central language. This is due to the centralized geography of Avar.
Although a descendant of Irenni, the language has undergone significant change, no doubt due to the unique vocal and mouth structure of the Avarian race. The Avarian language consists of complex series of chirps, clicks, whistles and twitterings. Most other races find this language difficult to understand and almost impossible to imitate. Non-avarian speakers of this tongue are exceedingly rare.
The alphabet of the Avarian language reflects its complexity. Seventy four letters represent a bewildering array of sounds which the avarians use. Linguists note that there are similarities to the Irenni alphabet from which the avarese alphabet comes, but to most non-experts it appears as a very different language.
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