The Deep Speech was the language for the Mind flayers, beholders and also it was the language for the aberrations and for an alien form of communication too those who are originating in the Far Realm. It didn’t have any specific script until the mortals written in the Espruar script. So this Espruar was acted like the d&d deep speech translator.
But what is the deep speech when they didn’t get this Espruar script was, the gnomish pictograph by using this d&d language they used to convey properly their language by the esoteric symbology. This was extremely complex and highly contextual language and it was reliant heavily on more than not only just on sound but the tone and inflection too.
Nearly it uses all of its organs including body language such as smells, trilling, gurgling, and a whole manner of unpleasantries which most of the mortals struggle with performing.
Main Aspects Of Deep Speech
- Script: Espruar
- Spoken By: Aboleths, Cloakers, Aberrations, Mind Flayers and Beholders.
- Alphabet: Gnomish Pictograph
- Availability: Obscure
- Usage: Racial
From 123rd page of Players Handbook 5e, we can get on of this 5e languages, so if you can’t speak this language you can learn this language from that source. This deep speech language is the part of the Exotic Languages.
Deep Speech vs Undercommon
Difference between deep speech and undercommon. Usually, deep speech is the method normally used by the mind flayers and also beholders, it begins which aren’t originally from this world.
However the undercommon was initially the most common for the underdark, i.e for duergar, and also the deep gnomes even they maybe drow.