Bit-tee-Sha

The Song of the Forest

Lilting and repetitive, the myantari language is reminiscent of birdsong.

Bit-tee-Sha is rarely learned by non- myantari; it’s difficult to reproduce and myantari are rare outside their enclaves. When it is learned by another race, it’s inevitably spoken with a pronounced accent: the “Boo-min,” or “man sound.” Sages still puzzle over why Bit-tee-Sha can be spoken with an accent – it conforms to the other rules of divine languages – but the general consensus is that it’s somehow tied to the myantari’s estrangement from the gods.

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Bit-tee-Sha

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