A new language! This one is based on Hangul. It is just another way of encoding English, like the Grumble alphabet. And like Hangul, this is also an alphabet, just organized into blocks. It lacks spacing and punctuation. This early version is not hand-written, just like the way most of the dialogue uses a font. I was carefully constructing the sentences in a separate file that had pre-made little letters in it. Later on, when I started to handwrite it, it allowed the writing to become a little denser, which probably makes it harder to read, but I don’t think anyone can read it anyway.

This also introduces us to two new characters. I think Black and White were obvious choices given all the other colors. Their word balloons are slightly different, though. Mr. White speaks with white text instead of with a white border, so his balloon is entirely filled with black.