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The Standard DnD languages may seem a bit less exciting, but in most DnD campaigns, they’re the most useful 5e languages to learn. Picking the native tongue of the DnD halfling, or DnD elf, the dwarf, or the gnome can be valuable, as these races will be found hanging out in most settlements you visit.What languages are there in D&D?
What languages are there in D&D? D&D has sixteen languages: Common, Dwarvish, Elvish, Giant, Gnomish, Goblin, Halfling, Orc, Abyssal, Celestial, Deep Speech, Draconic, Infernal, Primordial, Sylvan, and Undercommon. Some of these languages have multiple dialects.What is the DND 5e wiki?
This wiki hosts DND 5e content that is setting-specific, play-test content, or unofficial 'homebrew' content. Some content found on this page may not be suitable for play at your table. Check with your DM to see if what you find here is a good fit for your table if you are going to be using it in play.What is Draconic language in 5e?
Draconic is a typical language that is used as a draconic script and dragon-born and dragon speakers are used in draconic language. Infernal is a typical language used to write an infinite script with devil type of speakers. Here let us discuss some of the common standard languages that are discussed in 5e languages