I think I work better when I stay up later than I should. Last night, I made an entire page of stuff on a new conlang and it's totally perfect. Then I decided to make inflections today with a ready mind; they aren't my best. Luckily, when I started Ferodian last night, I'd also made its conscript which is the best I've made yet
! I've got it memorized unlike all my others. It only took me a couple minutes after finishing it to realize how simple it really is.
It's got a completely unique letter transliterated as <g> that represents /ŋ, g, j, ʝ/ or /ɣ/ depending the context. There are many exceptions as to what it actually represents so one learning Ferodian essentially has to remember the pronunciation of every word it appears in. The stress is fitting to my taste and has to be learnt to a certain extent too.
The alphabet is as follows (romanization then IPA):
a b d e f g i j k l m n o p q r s t u v x z ł ń
/a~ʌ b~v d~ð e f G i~j ʒ k l m n o~ɔ p kʰ r s~d t u v x~ʃ (d)z ʎ ɲ/
Its size is pry a factor in the quick memorization of the native script
Here's a sample sentence:
Kar jom bixolnar. /ˈkar ʒom biˈxolnʌr/ [1s.NOM be-1s.PRES son-ESS] — I'm a boy/son.
So far, that's the extent of my functional vocabulary.