Example of a sentence in Ch-chatl.

Item #: RPC-XXXX

Object Class: Beta

Containment Protocols: [Paragraphs explaining the procedures]

Description: RPC-XXX refers to a language located deep within the Amazon Rainforest. Known as Ch-chatl. It is a language isolate with no known ancestors.

RPC-XXX's writing system is unique from other American writing systems1. It reads in the order of; bottom-centre, bottom right, top right, top middle, top left to bottom-left. Forming a spiral.

RPC-XXX is difficult to articulate, and very few characters have been translated2, let alone pronounced.

Ch-chatl is a logographic system3. The starting logogram is located in the bottom-centre of the sentence. Logograms can form either individual words, or entire ideas and sentences. Logograms are grouped according to height and length.



"Jchtxal'tla. Ctzze4 warrior trained by the monkey. Defended
at'ztch5 those who questioned. Had xatzl6 three-hundred men in battle. Could slaughter chetchin7 in thousands of ways. Would find them and xatzl them."


Translated Ch-chatl symbol, roughly translates into "loss".

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