On the canonicity of Old Mando'a font

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On the canonicity of Old Mando'a font

Unread postby Ner Jate'kara » 15 Oct 2017 07:08

As I stated in the Concordian dialect post, i am rewatching clone wars, and in the same arc as the Concordian was spoken, mandalorian script is shown, though actually basic just the mando script, but as shown in this picture it uses Erikstormtroopers old mando font.
What does this mean for canonical mando'a? Im sorry about the picture being upside down, it wont flip over, just turn your head or screen upside down.

*I didnt realize that this was already stated on another thread when i posted this*
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Re: On the canonicity of Old Mando'a font

Unread postby Ruus » 27 Oct 2017 03:02

As far as I can tell, it says "Mandalorian".
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Re: On the canonicity of Old Mando'a font

Unread postby Ner Jate'kara » 28 Oct 2017 17:20

I know that is what it says, but I am wondering why it is using a non canon font instead of the real one
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