There are no regional dialects of corven. All corvenians speak the same version.
The corvenian people speak a language which is very similar to Northern, but has a slightly more choppy rhythm with a rapid ra-tat-tat-tat pronunciation. Corven seems to be half way between the many syllables of the south and the musical lilt of the north. It is a rapidly spoken and often too quick for most non-fluent speakers to follow.
The Corvenian language uses a form of the Irenni alphabet, but has added six letters over the years for additional sound combinations resulting in a alphabet of 50 letters.
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