Momodora Moonlit Farewell Kohonese Translation Guide

Discover the secrets of the Kohonese language in Momodora: Moonlit Farewell with guidance from our comprehensive guide.

If you want to learn how to read the kohonese language in Momodora Moonlit Farewell, you can use the information in our guide.

Kohonese Translation Guide

How to read the Kohonese language found in the game? This guide will show you.

Reference the image below to translate the Kohonese alphabet to English!

About Momodora Moonlit Farewell

“Momodora: Moonlit Farewell” stands as the most recent addition to the Momodora series. Embark on a divine mission alongside Momo, the High Priestess of the village of Koho, to rescue her people from the imminent threat posed by demon hordes, summoned by a malevolent bellringer.

Key Features:

  1. Striking pixel art and animation.
  2. Action-packed gameplay that emphasizes melee combos, evasion of enemy attacks, and the use of arrows for ranged combat.
  3. The innovative “Sigil” system, providing a high level of customization for varied play styles.
  4. Engaging and heart-pounding boss battles.
  5. Delve into a world filled with rich lore and a captivating atmosphere through deep exploration.
  6. Adjustable difficulty levels, enabling players to either leisurely explore the enchanting world or take on formidable adversaries for a true test of skill.
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1 thought on “Momodora Moonlit Farewell Kohonese Translation Guide”

  1. Using this guide I arrived at the following sentence: glessed ge those marked gy death. It didn’t make sense, but when I replaced the letter G with the letter B, the sentence made sense:
    Blessed be those marked by death.
    Was there a change when designing this guide?
    Thank you very much.

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