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Circular Gallifreyan - Time Turners of the T.A.R.D.I.S.

Circular Gallifreyan - Time Turners of the T.A.R.D.I.S.
Circular Gallifreyan is a standardized version of the written Gallifreyan language as seen in Doctor Who. It was standardized by a fan, so it is not officially sanctioned, but it looks terribly cool. You can read a guide to Gallifreyan online or just read The Honey Badger's guide below. Legal Note! Doctor Who and Gallifreyan are © BBC, and this alphabet is © Loren Sherman. If you're reading this guide, that's probably because you found the original guide a bit too confusing. Letters Consonants Consonants take one of four forms and are modified by one of five different designs. When writing out a word in Gallifreyan, it is done based on English spelling with the exception of the letter C and a few phonetic letters (CH, SH, TH NG). Consonant designs, that is, the dots or lines that differentiate the consonants, do not rely on placement or size to distinguish. Vowels Vowels are a bit trickier. A vowel does not have to be attached, and can stand on its own at the writer's discretion. Words

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