This is likely the earliest of all magical coding systems. It was used by the Order of the Ranyku during the Age of Dawning. It later was used by common mages in the Thullian Empire. Ranyku is a "dead" system and not used anymore. It can only be found these days on moldy scrolls in libraries.
Ranyku is based on combinations of three primary components - the "sklar" (which appears as a half moon or crescent shape), the "iman" (which appears as a straight line with several possible embellishments) and the "sath" (the dot).
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