This is the alphabet that the vikings use in Riders of Berk (according to Bork’s/Mildew’s notes from the finale) that I’ve figured out, since it’s not quite the same as the actual Futhark runes.
It’s only good for RoB, since the alphabet used in the movie is much simpler (but harder to decipher) since the same symbol is used for a lot of different letters in the Book of Dragons.
I just made this for everyone to use cos whoever writes out the runes for the show has a sense of humor and a lot of Bork’s notes have nothing to do with dragons or vikings at all.
EDIT: Just a few corrections. There’s a lot of inconsistencies with the letters sometimes, and K is one. In Bork’s papers (where I got these from) the K looks like that, but I’ve noticed after watching almost every RoB episode last night that usually it looks like this thingy that I forget the name of: < and Bork’s notes were the irregular representation.
And for letters J and X there isn’t a single character for them. I think in GotNF there’s a little kid with building blocks with letters on them including the Futhark letter for J, But that’s the only time in the franchise I’ve seen it. I haven’t seen a J in any writing, so I don’t know what letter you’d use. The closest characters would be an I (a la Latin) or a G. Personally, I’d probably use an I for a J. And for X, C and S are used together for it.

This is the alphabet that the vikings use in Riders of Berk (according to Bork’s/Mildew’s notes from the finale) that I’ve figured out, since it’s not quite the same as the actual Futhark runes.

It’s only good for RoB, since the alphabet used in the movie is much simpler (but harder to decipher) since the same symbol is used for a lot of different letters in the Book of Dragons.

I just made this for everyone to use cos whoever writes out the runes for the show has a sense of humor and a lot of Bork’s notes have nothing to do with dragons or vikings at all.

EDIT: Just a few corrections. There’s a lot of inconsistencies with the letters sometimes, and K is one. In Bork’s papers (where I got these from) the K looks like that, but I’ve noticed after watching almost every RoB episode last night that usually it looks like this thingy that I forget the name of: < and Bork’s notes were the irregular representation.

And for letters J and X there isn’t a single character for them. I think in GotNF there’s a little kid with building blocks with letters on them including the Futhark letter for J, But that’s the only time in the franchise I’ve seen it. I haven’t seen a J in any writing, so I don’t know what letter you’d use. The closest characters would be an I (a la Latin) or a G. Personally, I’d probably use an I for a J. And for X, C and S are used together for it.

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