The Universal Standard Alphabet is the 'universal alphabet' of the known universe. Used by most nations (but most certainly not all) for official documents (and most of those use it as the primary alphabet), it has also had various languages designed around the Universal Standard Alphabet, with Chostvan Basic and Human Standard being only two of those languages.


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Nations that consider it an Official AlphabetEdit

Italics indicate that the nation does not use it as the primary alphabet.

Bold indicates that the nation doesn't use it in official documents when it is not requested specifically.


  • The Universal Standard Alphabet isn't the Modern English alphabet. Why you would think that I don't even know. The U.S.A does take inspiration from the Modern English alphabet in part, but when you consider the Modern English alphabet has so many letters that are simplistic shapes, that really isn't a surprise, is it?