Satyr is a complex pitch-accent language. It has a steep learning curve for new speakers, but it is an efficient and versatile language, easily adopting new concepts. Each of the dozens of basic sounds has a simple meaning (“water”, “fast”, “not”, “go”, “often”, etc.), and they are linked together to form a single word, which may be of great length.
Sounds similar to Cherokee.
The written form of Satyr is a syllabary alphabet with eighty-five characters, each corresponding to a basic sound. They are formed from hatch-marks, dating back to ancient times when Satyr writing was carved into wooden laths.