None. There is only one central bathynian tongue, although there is some minor pronunciation differences between the different clans.
Bathyn is a direct descendant of the Mirran language and shares many of its features. Mirran is, in turn, derived from the ancient Darzek tribal tongue. Because of its origins, Bathyn shares many similarities with phellysian, which also evolved from Mirran. Bathyn is a lilting, musical language with rolling rs and some sharp consonants. Many find it pleasing to listen to. It sounds somewhat similar to dwarven, although the two are not linguistically related.
Bathyn uses the Mirran alphabet of 60 letters. It is essentially the same alphabet used by phellysian.
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