There are multiple languages used exclusively among Beyonders. Different from normal languages such as Feysac or Loen, these languages have a mystical power that can be used in rituals, activating charms, and to activate certain Beyonder abilities. To be a powerful Beyonder, one must master multiple of these languages, as certain effects will only work when using certain languages.

List of Languages Edit


An ancient language that has the mystery of sacrifice, pray, and spellcasting. It can shake the natural forces. Every word is rich in meaning and the sentences are very short.


An ancient language, it has the mystery of sacrifice, pray and casting. It can shake the natural forces.


A giant language, it the mystery of sacrifice, pray and casting. It can shake the natural forces. Only the Forsaken Land of the Gods still used this language.

Ancient HermesEdit

Similar to Dragonese and Elvish, the effect of this language is direct and effective. Ancient Hermes language can be used for unprotected sacrifice and pray. The guiding word can be used as the beginning of the ceremony. It is the extraordinary language that Hermes created, based on Jotun and Dragonese.


Because the Ancient Hermes language is direct and effective, lacking the necessary concealment and protection, it is easy for users to be in danger, so it is improved to contemporary Hermes. In the circle of Beyonder, Hermes language is the knowledge that must be mastered.

Ancient FeysacEdit

The common language in the Fourth Epoch. It is also the root language of all the contemporary languages of the current era, which derived from Giant Language. It cannot use natural forces.

The Northern Continent languages, such as Loen, Feysac and Intis, all derived from the branch of ancient Feysac language.

This language has been varying and mutating throughout the years, and therefore it is possible to identify its origin based on the derivation. For example, one type of Ancient Feysac was recognized as the characteristics of the Solomon Empire; the language of Rorsted Archipelago also originated from Ancient Feysac.

Loen Edit

The common language. Loen is the language spoken by the common person in the Loen Kingdom, as well as the language Klein and most of the rest of the Tarot Club uses for everyday use. It has no mystical properties or powers.

Intis Edit

The language of the Intis Republic.

Feysac Edit

The language in the kingdom of Feysac.


Dutanese was a common language of the ancient Balam Empire. In present-day East and West Balam, the citizens still used this language. Dutanese is similar to the ancient Feysac language. Klein felt that Dutanese and Ancient Feysac, although belong to different language systems, are very similar in many ways, as if they came from the same origin, but not Giant Language.

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