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I know this is for school related subjects, but I am curious; Do video game languages count?

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I'd classify languages from video games to be languages as languages from movies (both book based and not) are often popular to learn. Things like Klingon, Elvish, the language in James Cameron's Avatar and types of hieroglyphics etc I doubt anything like that would be accessible to learn through the education system but often there are many resources elsewhere to learn stuff.
Thank you for your reply. I wanted to know because I can write in Hylian.
No problem. I can write in various early Runic alphabets which is similar to some elvish scripts in Lord of the Rings. A language is a language even if it is made up.

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Yes @SplatBang. After all...what language isn't made up. I would love to speak LOTR Elvish and the language of Mordor known as "Black Speech"

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