The following languages and scripts are known of in Carlsport, but more may exist. Languages are categorized as living (people known to use it as a primary language), dead (cultures which used this language have been gone for a long time, or lost (cultures which used this language are of unknown outcome) additional notes may include races which have trouble with pronunciation or religions which use the language for liturgical purposes. Races listed will be at disadvantage to any rolls they need to make which rely upon their use of that language, though they can still communicate ideas. There is no disadvantage in understanding a language that a character is proficient in. Supernatural languages (infernal, primordial, etc) are as in the core books.

Language status notes
Caroliniain living
Draconic lost Tiamat: human, elf, dwarf, halfling, gnome, tiefling, half elf, orc, half orc, goblin, hobgoblin, bugbear
Gargantos(Giant hills) living
Guthral (monster woods) living human, elf, dwarf, gnome, tiefling, half elf, halfling, dragonborn
Hibernal living
Kendoharian dead reptile men, yuan ti purebloods, kobolds, dragonborn
Marshwise living human, elf, dwarf, halfling, gnome, tiefling, half elf, orc, half orc, goblin, hobgoblin, bugbear, yuan ti pureblood
Muldivarian living
Old Imperial dead Cernic
Sethsian living human, elf, dwarf, gnome, tiefling, half elf, halfling, orc, half orc, goblin, hobgoblin, bugbear
Spithreal living orcs, goblins, hobgoblins, bugbears, dwarf, gnome
Vensuvian living
Wukan living
Sylvan living Only available to elves and faeries

Trade languages- normally those which are taken as part of a class such as thieves cant or duidic, are not full languages but rather a system of code words and symbols which may be recognized and used by anyone who knows the language but cannot communicate complex ideas. Real world examples would be graffiti art code or masonic symbolism. They might indicate (in the case of the prior) a safe place to eat or a marking of victories or reference (for the later) certain arcane principles, but you are never going to conduct a business negotiation in masonic. Someone with one of these languages may however conceal key elements of a conversation so that it can only be understood by those in the know while conversing in a shared regular language.