TrianguText is the main method of written communication for Triangulums. It is composed of many characters pulled from a variety of sources, from Greek symbols to vocal change symbols. This language is prevalent in the Journals, Triangulum history, and documents. The alphabet itself is a simple substitution cipher consisting of 26 different unicode symbols.
The TrianguText AlphabetEdit
TrianguText was invented at an unknown point in history. The writing system was created to specifically appeal to the portion of the Triangulum mental process that is disposed towards writing and deciphering codes, and once learned is impossibly hard to forget. This remains true with most codes, but with TrianguText it is quite obvious.
The cipher is most prominently used in various writings, such as journals, triangulum documents, hidden text, and letters.