Thessian Kuanid
A creole of a creole of a creole, as with all Kuanid dialects, the Thessian variety distinguishes itself with a conservative phonology, little or no usage of tones, and avoidance of the German-like synthetic patterns seen in closely-related lects such as Bateltan Kuanid. It is relatively easy to pick up, but sometimes lacks expressivity, which fostered widespread adoption of English and Glissia by the Kuanid-speaking communities on Thet for technical vocabulary.