There is one standardized Rukemian language although pronunciation differences vary from region to region.
Rukemian is the direct descendant of the Thullian Imperial language. Rukemian is the most widely used language and could be considered the common tongue of the east. It is a relaxed, smooth flowing language where consonants and vowels blur together.
Rukemian is based on the same 32 letter alphabet of Thullian. There are many spelling differences in words and some minor differences in grammar, but for the most part, Thullian and Rukemian share a great deal.
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