On the continent of Erathia (a.k.a. Antagarich) in 3DO and New World Computing's game Heroes of Might and Magic III or Might and Magic VII, people speak Erathian. Similar to Common Tongue in A Song of Ice and Fire/Game of Thrones, Erathian language is actually English, but has different shapes of alphabet letters (see Erathian Alphabet Letters List below).
To help Earthlings to learn Erathian, I made this Erathian font. It works with special machines that are called "computers" on Earth. Enjoy it.
You may choose ONE OF these methods to install Erathian font on your operating system:
erathian.ttf, click "Install" button
erathian.ttf, choose "Install"
erathian.ttfto your system fonts folder (e.g. for Windows:
C:\Windows\Fonts; for Ubuntu or other Unix/Linux, see Ubuntu Wiki; for Mac OS X, see Apple Support)
Example Latin letters with diacritic:
|Latin letter with diacritic||Â||É||Ì||Ö||Ç|
/fonts/Erathian.[otf|ttf|woff|woff2] font files contain ALL the glyphs in Alegreya Medium font, while /fonts/min/Erathian-min.[otf|ttf|woff|woff2] contain only the essential glyphs (cp1252 and cp1250).
The Erathian font file (https://might-and-magic.github.io/erathian-font) is copyrighted by Tom CHEN (tomchen.org), and licensed under the SIL Open Font License Version 1.1 (http://scripts.sil.org/OFL). The letters of the Erathian alphabet are vectorized by Tom CHEN without any warranty or conditions of any kind. They are based on the Erathian letters appeared in the "Might and Magic" and "Heroes of Might and Magic" game series. These games, along with their trademarks, the shapes of the Erathian letters, are copyrighted by New World Computing, Inc., The 3DO Company and Ubisoft Entertainment S.A. All the remaining glyphs are imported from Alegreya Medium font, designed by Juan Pablo del Peral for Huerta Tipográfica (http://www.huertatipografica.com.ar), copyrighted by The Alegreya Project Authors (https://github.com/huertatipografica/Alegreya), and licensed under the SIL Open Font License Version 1.1 (http://scripts.sil.org/OFL). Python scripts (.py files), web tools (.html, .css and .js files) and documentation (.md and .html files) are copyrighted by Tom CHEN (tomchen.org), and licensed under MIT License.
See LICENSE file for details.