This is a page of all the Galarian words I've been able to find in the game so far.

Now that I've got Galarian emoticons a Galarian FONT added to the site, I can much more easily record every single Galarian word I come across in Sword/Shield. More to the point, I can more accurately record character frequency and other attributes of the Galarian alphabet than if I just manually wrote everything by hand. Puke. Anyways, this will effectively be the entire Galarian word list. To make things a bit easier to sort out, I will separate them according to where I found them, what purpose they served, etc.

I've also included a list of words which are absolutely, positively something, and in turn created a list of every Galarian character and the English/Latin/romaji characters which it has been used to represent.

 


Actual Word List

 

Location Names — towns, cities, landmarks, etc
(Text beneath town name) KLJRS KMRB3C89DAXJ This bit of text appears underneath all town signs. Specifically, the first line is just beneath the town's name, while the second line is in the curve at the bottom.
POSTWICK WL3R Furlong Town (ハロン Haron)
WEDGEHURST M8EDDK Brassie Town (ブラッシー Burasshī) ... the two D might count for the two "S"s.
TURFFIELD VJDL Turf Town (ターフ Tāfu)...
HULBURY 7WA Bow Town (バウ Bau)
MOTOSTOKE CQKMQ8 Engine City (エンジン Enjin) ... the two Q are in the same place as the "N"s would be in the English Word "engine".
HAMMERLOCKE XDEBWLA Knuckle City (ナックル Nakkuru)
STOW-ON-SIDE YR+BQC Lateral Town (ラテラル Rateraru)
BALLONLEA 9KEMA Arabesque Town (アラベスク Arabesuku)
CIRCHESTER C8XYQR Circus Town (キルクス Kirukusu) ... "Kirkus"?
SPIKEMUTH 73T9K4 Spike Town (スパイク Supaiku)
SPIKEMUTH GATE 73T9K4 VMDA
WYNDON AEWTT4Y

 

Character Names — Gym leaders, other challengers, their organizations, etc
ROSE RQ38 Clearly is "ROSE"
MILO 94QQA7 From "Yarrow"
NESSA JVJC Although her Galarian name is only four-characters, which matches neither or English name "NESSA" or Japanese name "Rurina", it's more than likely it's just the first four letters in her romaji name, "RURI". Alternatively, it might be that NESSA had a "prototype" Japanese name which was only four romaji characters long, which her Galarian name was based on, but then it was later changed to "Rurina", only to forget to change her Galarian name likewise.
KABU RVD3 Can only be "KABU".
ALLISTER WSTWS From his Japanese name, "ONION". Couldn't be any more obvious.
LEON dwvdb From his Japanese name, "DANDE".
BEDE qss4 From his Japanese name, "BEET"
————————————
STANDARD GYM KIT NAME 3SSW
UNIFORM NAMES #110 = W3B
#??? = ...7CE
#359 = TE++7A4
#647 = VCTQ9KV9
#155 = 9B+BDEVA
#255 = 7LCMKT
#531 = R89W
These are all names found on other Gym Challengers gym uniforms. It's interesting because they could've just used the standard kit name, but they instead gave them unique names.
TEAM YELL 47E Y or
47E H
The Team Yell logo uses the same symbol as the Dragon-type Gym symbol seen all over the place. However, since "Dragon" in Galarian is X9CDJA, and none of those characters match either Y or H, then... your guess is as good as mine!

Correction, turns out the Team Yell logo is just the Dark type uniform. So 47E is "Aku", not "Dan".

MARNIE xvrk It appears on the back of the female Team Yell grunt's banner.

 

Establishment Names — companies, stores, plazas, sponsors, PokéJobs, etc
HIP CLOTHES SHOP 7SJYWECV
CLOTHING BRAND A162P
A6OUH^Z2P
Two word brand name, split into two lines so it doesn't break formatting.
CLOTHING BRAND V^OU V26O
CLOTHING BRAND B2OH
CLOTHING BRAND (BAG) ??
FASHION BRAND O56UN
PUMAish BRAND AJM7EQK
BRAND ON LEAGUE DUDE 9h62o 07 The logo was a bit too stylized to interpret, but I think this is what it is.
POKEMART @ TRAIN STATION ABYBDTK
———————————— ————————————
POKEJOBS ?WRET3 This proved to me that the character 0^ was not an obscure character but a legit one. I need to update the font to include it then.
WAILORD AQUACULTURE R (...??) There has to be more than just that single letter!
NESSA'S ADVERTISEMENT RON^2A61!
FRESH WATER ADVERTISEMENT QFI1NP !I62
MILO SPONSORS 95N6P FI^1N
TURFFIELD ORCHARDS VJDL Q7T+
KABU SPONSORS X6N5U6!F same as sign in Cosmos Mall which was cut off
HUO GUO HOT POT J9W9
ALLISTER SPONSORS R!15UPHU
OPAL SPONSORS W2HI!P
MACH MOTORS QMVM XKW88R
SURF SHIPPING W!IO AELBRSK
LASS LH11 (??)
MC INSURANCE XW N1H^F So clearly XW is supposed to be "MC", given its use as the first letters in "Macro Cosmos" (XVCYQ WQE+QE)
MC BROKERAGE XW uo2zp This also means "N1H^F" is "Insurance", while "UO2ZP" is "Brokerage". It's worth noting that "Insurance" in Japanese is "hoken" (保険), while "Brokerage" is (most likely) "chūkai" (仲介)... and that's maybe if we treat "ch" as a single character, and thus both words fit the 5 Galarian letter form. But this is just a guess... it's worth nothing that neither words are seen in any junk text.
HAMMERLOCKE UNIVERSITY XJ It's only the initials, but X is definitely XDEBWLA (Hamerlocke), while J is "University" (however it's spelled in Galarian). Now consider that the Japanese word for "university" is 大学 daigaku, and the Japanese word for the Electric type, denki, is spelled in Galarian with a J as well (namely, JEMXL). So, again, this kind of stuff proves that there is SOME consistency in these words... but what??
BOB'S YOUR UNCLE (LOGO) qcbcswqw
bly8tavb
I wonder which one of that is "BOB"?
BOB'S YOUR UNCLE (MENU) dzih
xni15
r2u
d1!
n!f1^5up
yn^u^f2i / xni15 v2oz2hp tz26 dzi^ So16 +i!z6 712n
d1! Soh / 4u1 qnfio mz6i f1!5 82
+i!z6 712 / k51!oz2o / r!u1z c6u / jniu6 3po / dzi^ So16 / yn^u^f2i
I'm noticing a lot of text repeat. So I'm getting an idea that there is one lead artist who writes up the text, and some lower peon or the lazy artist copying-and-pasting text randomly to fill in the rest.
BOB'S YOUR UNCLE ("BOB'S GUARANTEE") vh w2hi!p u56 !2on5 x2iu16o5 au +hufo2 mz6i f1!5 82 Ugh this was a pain, but I got it accurately. This was definitely done by the GOOD artist. OR maybe not. See "The Hero's Bath" for more info.
HOTEL IONIA e6!^2
MELODY SPONSOR A5FN2I
ICE CREAM GUY dzih
c51nhfi!
!n^o2h^f - 5u^6f
The word dzih appears multiple places.
TELESCREEN T9+E3YA the T is separate in the logo, which suggests that it equals "T"
HIJIKI OKA 3LJL7L W7E (or D7E, Q7e) This is tough to decipher because it uses stylized text.
WYNDON MONORAIL dyjyqel
PELIPPER SHIPPING dlddq bt
FANCY LADY ADVERT s^n!5 duz E6!^2
DANCE ADVERT j1!6i^o
MISC WYNDON ADVERTS #B
+huo2
(garbage text, plus) ^z6oiu!
WYNDON EVENT STALLS +z5^!6oh
4p2ho
yinup5
jniu6
WYNDON EVENT STALL MENU ...
txl3l89wr
qklr38l9j
Same menu used by each stall. However, it is cut off from the top, and each menu item under each section header is too small to read.
TV NETWORK TCVUON+ON
ENERGY SUPLEMENT ADVERT dxbrjm tycw|
FLOWER SHOP EF6UEF6
FLOWER SHOP SIGN J+T8
BEQT 50
UMC 80
LBRSK 90
FLOWER SHOP 4WKJ VI!2N
BIKE COMPANY TLA
TIMBURR BUILDERS 7SSLQ 7Q!4 (or 7Q!P) I have no clue wha
GALAR TAXI GX

LA9E
rcwx

The Japanese name for Galar Taxi is "Galar Kōtsū" (ガラル交通). This is likely the source for the Galarian initialism GX, assuming X equals "K" as defined by GV+E 4REVX = "GAME FREAK".

The latter two are on the "Taxi" light on top and the license plate on bottom.

POKEMON PARKING s9x
BUDEW DROP INN BQEMT8 KLL
THE ROSE OF THE RONDELANDS HOTEL 4wkj rq+s
FIRE STATION LK7ERQBBCT
FISH RESTAURANT E889WWJ Q73
SIGN OUT FRONT WAELBR
A5FN2IO2^! TXL3LC9W +Z5^!6OHNU
J1!6I (LC9 could be L89)
POKEMON FOOD ADVERT DFI1U
Q!5PFU
5H ^N5U1Z^O BCHONP 526
FI^1N I2U
The first word, DFI1U, can be seen written on boxes in Champion Leon's room.
GRAMOPHONE RECORDS (RECORD STORE) V6N0ZOH R16ON
DZIH
YBRS
8L9J
BX
WQW
WLT
3YCB
A73VE
AEL 100
RE8 75
GYCB 10
GYCB 20
RECORD SHOP POSTER MLB
HAIRCUT SHOP SIGN 712N
DUZ!N
^O2H^F
HAIRCUT SHOP NAME +Z5^!6OHNU
HAIRCUT SHOP INSIDE SIGNS DUZ!N ^O2H^F
CZON6
712N DUZ!N
712N DUZ!N is seen outside as well.
BOOKMARK QSS7+EER (store name)
BOOKMARK SIGNS AND STUFF WAEL 8WAI
MTJ XL3L8
3POO
A RSKT (flipped)
M15I62 W ??O5NU
(T 470 432) F5INF^!
F^!
The designer of the bookstore accidentally flipped the graphic with A RSKT on it.
MACRO COSMOS & SUBSIDIARIES XVCYQ WQE+QE

RONOF!P
4FO6!UI
Dofc - amc 2in j5!

amc might be kmc instead, albeit flipped
LEFT RESTAURANT J1!6I^OHZUJ1! The restaurant also includes a lot of items which can be read, but I’m not gonna figure them out right now. I think it's also a bakery.
LEFT RESTAURANT FLOOR SIGN BLY8TAVB QCBCSWQW V6N5ZOH R16ON
LEFT RESTAURANT ADVERTS AT WYNDON MONORAIL STATION 3pooni6^ofhi6^i!i
waelqra73
The text qra73 is seen in both adverts below... it seems like that is the name of the company behind those adverts, but those adverts are also within the space
LEAGUE SHOP GA9A4 LSSCQ 4VKQ
QUICK-E MART BLY8TAVB QCBCSWQW For some reason this is the exact same text used on the floor sign of the left-most restaurant.
QUICK-E MART SIGNS DALTACQ
V6N5ZOH R16ON BLY8TAVB
The first word is unique, but the second sentence is also seen in the same floor sign of the left-most restaurant. This is clearly the work of the "Lazy Galarian Writer".
CASTLE STORE RSKTYCR This is the store seen on the way to the 8th Gym match
THE HERO'S BATH xni15 v2oz2hp
3n512 oz6 j5h16 72hf1i!u 5!o 95nop
jniu6 3po yn^u^f2i k51!oz2o
vh w2hi!p u56 !2on5 x2iu16o5 E6!^2
Lots to go through here! It's worth pointing out that this text appears at "Bob's Your Uncle", either in the "Guarantee Certificate" or the menu. E6!^2 also appears on mail boxes. I'm starting to get an idea of what's going on with this text stuff.

 

Pokémon Names — elemental types, actual Pokémon names, moves, etc
(NOTE:) It's worth noting that all the types are between 3 and 6 characters long, and generally share the same number of characters as their Japanese-Romanji names, tho some exceptions apply.
:SWF FIGHTING LE3B9Q Case in point... Kakutō = six characters (well, assuming the とう is treated as "tō" not "tou".
:SWK ROCK YXK Iwa
:SWB BUG WV39T Mushi
:SWM STEEL WKDKJ8 Hagane; note the two K where "A" would be...
:SWP PSYCHIC TEQSJ the Psychic type in Japanese is エスパー, which could be transliterated into English/romaji as either "Esper" or "Esupā" ; both are five characters long.
:SWL ELECTRIC JEMXL Denki
:SWA GROUND 9LWB+ Jimen
:SWV FLYING MLRJC Hikou
:SWC NORMAL MJYMVL Like with the Psychic type, the Normal type in Japanese is ノーマル, which could be transliterated as either "Normal" or "Nōmaru"; either way, both are six characters long.
:SWO POISON 4+8V Doku
:SWN DRAGON X9CDJA "Dragon" ... ドラゴン is transliterated into romaji as "Doragon", which is seven characters. Bur since it's written in Katakana, I figure it's intended to be understood as the six-character English word "Dragon" instead. This in turn suggests that the Galarian words for Psychic and Normal are based on the English translations of their Japanese names, versus the romaji forms—and thus are "Esper" and "Normal" versus "Esupa" and "Nomaru"
:SWR FIRE TQ7Q Honō ... note the two Q where the "O" is supposed to be.
:SWG GRASS 7W3Z Kusa
:SWW WATER BC3S Mizu
:SWH GHOST QWEY "Ghost" ... Silly me, I mistook the word for Ghost as the word for "Dark". In this case, since "Ghost" is ゴースト, maybe it's supposed to be "GOST"?
:SWD DARK 473 Aku
:SWI ICE BDSK Kōri
:SWY FAIRY e8tqy "Fairy".

 

Signs & Posters — text on walls, posted bills, random media, etc
TEAM YELL BOOTH 1Z^O ^N5
EXIT SIGN W^UIO Considering that "Emergency Exit" (非常口 hijōguchi) is 9 characters, while plain ol' "Exit" (出口 deguchi) is 7, I doubt it's either of them. That said, "door"/"entryway" ( guchi) is only 5, so meeeeaaaaaybe it's that?
RAINBOW QJM4
BEER/SWIMSUIT K3C+ ????
PIKACHU JC9EM / WMS+C
YIN-YANG +BT8YQLT / Q^P 9U6O / X65ZH
BANNER 73T9K47WR
PSYDUCK D72 9X24
EMPTY A5FN2IO2^!
MARNIE RL?T+ DSVKN / JM74+9Y
ICE CREAM E889WWJ q73 Same as "Fish Restaurant" above; I wonder if there is a connection?
SCENIC D7S9X24
SPIKEMUTH GRAFFITI 95NOP
DOZ
r2u
SPIKEMUTH NEON SIGNS QNFIO
DZIH
DQ
Kn2 72hf (??)
xni
OZ6 MZ61F
d1!
DZIH is seen multiple places. Meanwhile, Kn2 72hf is a guess because it's hard to decipher cursive.
"POKEMON" ?wru#wt or ?WR0#WT Ok so get this... the first time I saw this word, it was written with neon letters, and so this means all characters with circles in them had open bits in them. This means the 0 character has an empty hole at the top... but so did ?. However, when I saw the Galarian word for "Pokémon" again, it was spelled with a u, which... I mean, I guess if it was written with neon letters, it too would have an empty hole at the top... so was the original neon letter supposed to be a u or a 0 with a hole in it?
GUITAR OU5 3N512
HAMBURGER MZ R2U S^N!5 This is assuming there isn't a missing letter between MZ and R2U.
SABLEYE 4P2HO
WORDS ON CLOTHES

  • Scary face
  • Night shade
  • Sea urchin
  • Poliwag pop
  • Luxury Holiday
  • Gullet glam
  • Dynamax Band
  • D^26ZU
  • D+OX ZU24+o vv^63
  • czon6
  • ?wru#wt
  • ?wru#wt (same text)
  • 2h^po
  • aclxv3 qklre89
The text for "Night Shade" is just a guess, only because the last line starts with some odd characters. Like, is it VV^63? Or Nv^63? Or ^n^63? I think it's the first one, but only because I think that first line all the way on the left is just an "accidental paint drip", just like the "paint drip" below the characters D and both o's.

Actually, duh, it IS VV, because it's the exact same text seen in Rose's energy diagram (see "Rose's Energy Presentation" below).

 

 

Pokémon League — stadium maps, League advertisements, Chairman Rose's works, etc
GALAR LEAGUE GA9A4 BECWVE Sometimes misspelled as BEWCVE
GALAR LEAGUE SIGN BX3DAL8 ACQRA7
3VEJC 9EMRES+
GALAR LEAGUE POSTER 3+QD7S 9XS4 9EMRES+
3VEJC BX3DALT WAELBRSKTY CRW93
Some words, like 9EMRES+ and 3VEJC appear in the Galar League Sign seen outside every league stadium.
INDOOR LEAGUE POSTER 7Z0652OP DV4
QKLRE8 L9J+T 8WACLXV3 9TSA 8T
The first line is almost certainly "Champion".... something. Either "Cup" or "Gym". My vote is the latter.
GYM CHALLENGE TEXT 3SSW 1ZU22!P5! The first word is the same word seen on the player's gym outfit, while the second word is most likely "Challenge".
TV SCROLLING TEXT 3SSW 1ZU22!P5! REKLBE QTVEWM
CHANGING ROOM +Z51!6 9ON61
DOORS TO SEATS 73V YCRW
ALTA YCRW
STADIUM MAP CQKMQ8 R9DETX (main text)
POONI (and more... brb)
The first line appears on almost ALL Stadium maps, which is weird because the first word is "Engine", aka the Japanese name of Motostoke. Maybe they were supposed to have a unique stadium map for EVERY city, but forgot to use them?
MOTOSTOKE STADIUM CQKMQ8 R9DETX See? This is the text outside the Motostoke stadium (though I think I misspelled CQKMQ8)...
HAMMERLOCKE STADIUM XDEBWLA R9DETX While this is seen at the Hammerlocke Stadium.
WYNDON STADIUM AEWTT4K R9DETX The only other stadium with its name posted outside.
WYNDON STADIUM OFFICE (LEFT) m15i6 The Left office sign looks like it could be m15c6, but there are way too many examples of m15i6, so it doesn't seem likely that they would make a slight change to the garbage text they've been using.
WYNDON STADIUM OFFICE (RIGHT) becwve 31w4e The office on the right appears to be used by Galar League officials, since it starts with the word "League". However, the second word doesn't seem to be anything else. Now it might be the word "SCORE", given the most common English/romaji character associated with that Galarian letter used by confirmed words (see below). But, "League Score"? Maybe it's the official scoring offices. Or maybe it's suposed to be "League STORE"? All that said, the windows used on the office were installed backwards.
WYNDON STADIUM RED POSTER rekl
a^5o2nz6
!h2 1noz
j5UN1
Although it is likely garbage text, none of it appears anywhere else... yet.
WYNDON STADIUM BLUE POSTER txl3l
...w^uio2 !i...
v2oz2hp
The middle text is hard to read since most of it is black text on blue. I can make out individual characters, but not enough to form sentences out of.
WYNDON STADIUM POKEMON SIGNS

  • Rillaboom
  • Perrserker
  • Cinderace
  • Inteleon
  • Boltund
  • Ball Guy
  • 89wr3 tz26
  • Ecbsa3 bh
  • w933+q yn^u^f2i
  • d7s9xs4 jniu6
  • Sktycr k51!
  • (he gets nothing :'( )
  • Rillaboom (J) = ゴリランダー Gorilanda
  • Perrserker (J) = ニャイキング Nyaiking
  • Cinderace (J) = エースバーン Acebun
  • Inteleon (J) = インテレオン Inteleon
  • Boltund (J) = パルスワン Pulswan
  • one is the loneliest number...

With the Japanese names known... it seems like none of them seem to match up at all. Sorta. They all seem to share the same number of characters between the Galarian name and their Katakana names... but they don't seem to match. On the other hand, maybe they're anagrams? Like, one Galarian character = one Katakana syllable, but somewhere in the name; perhaps S = , or 3 = .

The second word of each entry, however, is garbage text and has no value.

WYNDON STADIUM SCROLLING TV TEXT TN HF^IZ!^ V5N ^5FNH +UONP5HUT2 HF^IZ!^ V5N ^5FNH The text HF^IZ!^ V5N ^5FNH is used twice for some reason. The scrolling text itself loops; I chose TN as its starting point because the space before it looks a bit wider than other spaces.
LEAGUE BOOTH WKDKJ8 E8TQY
QSSW+ELX
There are more, but I will need to come back to it.
STADIUM DYNAMAX JUMBOTRON WORDS ACT BCX
QVS8 or QUS8
W9SK !
7E4 !!!
They're stylized a bit, so it's hard to tell what letters they're actually supposed to be. It's worth noting that W9SK ends with the same two characters as the word for "Ice" (BDSK). Is there a word in Japanese that means something like "Knocked out!" or "(you) lost!" that ends with "-ri"?
ROSE'S ENERGY PRESENTATION
  • GA9A4 B6F!N5 / MZ6I F1!5
  • GA9A4 B6F!N5
  • JEMXL VU6^HOP
  • QFI1NP!I62 / BC3S
  • JEMXL D+OX
  • "GA9A4 B6F!N5 / VH W2HI!P U56!"
  • "RQ38 JS+WVTK / D+OX ZU24+O VV^63"
  • RQ38 JS+WVTK / 2UO1^ RQ38
JEMXL is "Electric", seen in the "Electric-type" uniform. Meanwhile, BC3S is "Water", also seen on the "Water-type" uniform. So clearly those words were an intentional decision.

Also, D+OX ZU24+O VV^63 in the presentation is also seen on a tshirt you can buy at the Boutique (see "Words on Clothes" above). I wonder if it's something that Rose closes with all the time and is put on a tshirt as a symbol of hope (or sarcasm)?

 

Garbage Text — found anywhere where random text is needed, etc
Garbage text 8I1P L5OI N!F ... BH I still need to sort through what's truly garbage text or not, but this section is here for when I'm ready to do it.

 


Unsorted

SIGNS:

  • TRAIN SIGN —
    • QTVE
    • DAL8ACQ
    • 8L ?? ??
    • ...
    • L8:AC (a time??)
    • DAL8ACQ DAL8 (this is repeated a few times, I think this might just be a lazy artist)
  • TRAIN TIME GUIDE — BX3DALTAC
    • WAELBRSK
    • RONOF!P
    • >> (small text, too small to accurately transcribe)
    • BRS W9 D7S9X
      8:43 UIOPNU2 1N6N^2OIU6Z
      9:21 ROPH2IU6 N2I616IO616IO
      10:06
      12:58
      14:20
      18:08
      22:14
    • F
  • TRAIN PLACARD — QTVE ... more can be read, work on later
  • TRAIN TICKET MACHINE — RONO / ROPH 2IU6Z / WAELBR
  • TRAIN PLATFORM SIGN — too small, need to return
  • HULBURY TRAIN PLATFORM SIGN — QTVEQTVE / ????
  • TRAIN BOOTH? — X6N5U6! (last letter is cut off)
    • MZ6I F1!5
  • TRAIN SIGN — !F1^5UP ^HOUZ
  • MONORAIL PURPLE ADVERT: vej q14t
  • MONORAIL TOOTH ADVERT: wael
  • MONORAIL INFO STAND:
    • W2H!P
      • mz r2u c51nhfi!
      • 3n512 oz6 j5h16
      • au +hufo2 mz6i f1!
      • kn2 hi6np f!u
    • wiopnu2
      • (the rest is garbage text, the same text used in the "train platform signs" below)
  • MONORAIL DIRECTIONS:
    • kn2 hi6np
    • mz r2u
    • (it's all garbage text)
    • 3n512 oz6 j5h16
  • MONORAIL INFO BOOTH: R!U1Z
  • MONORAIL QUESTION SIGN: Z2HO
  • MONORAIL POSTER: DXL3L8...WR3ECBSM3CMBS3V8SR
  • STATION ELEVATOR: A5FN2IO2^! / ECBSA3CM
  • DO NOT ENTER: 3CMBS3

 

  • HOP's CELL PHONE (ARTICLE ABOUT HIS BROTHER):
    • T2 hf^iz
    • Wiopnu dwvdb f61^hn
      N!f1^5

    • B
      X
      3

       

    • WIOPNU2 roph2iu6z pn 1f61
      !2^p n1f61 ^hn2u^nIO
      3poonioni 6^O b5inf
      5n2i616iofiuz1^o fhi6^i
      .....2 !z^iz^i
      ..................hn!z
  • BOOKSTAND — WAELBRSKTY 5I62FOIU
  • GRASSY POSTER AT TRAIN STATION — J5H16 72HF1I!U
  • POKEBALL POSTER AT TRAIN STATION — W2HI!P O56 !2ON5

 


POKÉMON CENTER TEXT:

  • 1ST POKEMON — X3DALTAC
  • 2ND POKEMON — J+T8WAC
  • 3RD POKEMON — 89WR3E
  • 4TH POKEMON — QTVEWMS+
  • 5TH POKEMON — J+T8WAC
  • 6TH POKEMON — 89WR3E
  • TEXT UNDER THE POKEBALL —
    • WAELBRSKTYCR
    • XL3L89W
    • QKLRE8L9J

 

  • BATTLE CAFE — C3DEV !^992
  • BATTLE CAFE TRASH — WIOP / ROP
  • BATTLE CAFE LEFT MENU
    • +Z5^!6OHNU
    • R!u1z c6u dzih So16 / lhu6p 8i6 9n2u1 d1! / mz r2u c51nhfi!
    • w2hi!p ..... bh
    • mz6i ....... 3po
    • mz6i ....... oz6
    • au ........ 5!o
  • BATTLE CAFE RIGHT MENU
    • WIOPNU2!2^PN1F
    • ROPH2IU6Z5N2 ...D1!
    • !IH6^2!Z^I .....W2I
    • A5FN2IO2^! .....K!5
    • J1!6I^OHZU .....E15
    • I616IOFIUZ1^I ..AU
    • M15I62FOI! .....4U1
  • ROSE LIFT — 6Z^ / XJ?Y7KMR (two characters 0^ are placed one over the other for some reason; turns out it was a new letter I missed only because I haven't seen it anywhere else)

 

    • LAB SCREEN — YCR WMS DAL 3+QD7S9
    • LAB POSTER — QTVEWM A5FN2I
    • TV NEWS — MRES+ / S3YC / 9KVE
    • DAY CARE — 95NOP
    • POST BOX — R U / E6!^2
    • SEAT TEXT — +BT8YQLT
    • BIKE POSTER — 9CJTS (the last letter is a guess)
    • FIELD POSTER — D7S9XS4
    • BW POSTER — DALTACQ
    • CANDY — YCB
    • LEAF POSTER IN SONIA'S ROOM — BX3DA

 

  • GREEN SIGNS — QLD+4 / 3VEW8X / AYJ XAT 9RE / R2S ??E DV ??Q+ A3LM (??)
    • ALL of these signs seem to have the same text... I wonder if this is an error?
  • BLUE ROAD SIGNS —
    • XBR / +2^!065 / V6H0
    • RJQXL / JN!FNO6 / +PO!0
    • MN0K^I
  • RED TRAINER TIPS SIGNS — (there are a LOT of repeats in this one...)
    • AX?B3C8 (another instance of 0^ being placed over one another...)
    • B3C89
    • QLEDAXJ? (and another?? I guess i'ts a new letter)
    • 94WKT4
    • QLEDA+VT
    • DY7S+VT
    • B3C89SV
    • LWKMDA
    • A4W3C89X
    • C89SV
    • B3C89SVT
    • QLEDAMV
    • XJ?Y7K
    • 94WKT4
  • ff

TRAIN PLATFORM SIGNS:

  • (A lot of the text on these platform signs seems to be repeated, either in whole or in parts. For the purposes of counting character frequency, I won't include the obvious duplicates.)
  • (As for text that can be "translated", it's seems like that ^OH(Z) is "car(s)", as in the train on platform 1/2 going to the town of [whatever] has 1 car or 2/4/5 cars.)
  • MAIN PLATFORM SIGN —
    • * 1 M15I62FOI — 1 ^OH
    • * 1 8^UINZ6 — 2 ^OHZ
    • * 2 !6OHNUFOI — 5 ^OHZ
    • * 2 8^UINZ6 — 4 ^OHZ
    • YELLOW TEXT — +Z5^ !6OHNU
    • ORANGE TEXT — 1!6I^OHZU +Z5^!6OHNU
  • 15:02 SIGN —
    • * WIOPNU2
    • * 15:02 8^UINZ6
    • * V!6O HNU
    • * J1!6I — ^OHZU6^
    • * NZ6^IH6^IH
  • 15:04 SIGN —
    • * RONOF!P
    • * 15:04M15I62FOI
    • * A5FN2 IO2
    • * J1!6I — ^OHZU6^
    • * 8^UINZ6^IH

ITEMS:

  • POSTER — 4WKJ 4VKJ
  • BOX — CZON6
  • BOX — DFI1U
  • MAGAZINE — EJC
  • POSTER — L9A+
  • BOX — R9J
  • CANDY — YCB
  • POSTER — MWT3L84 BZ99
  • CAM'S SHIRT — ... CZON6 ...
  • POSTER OF WILD AREA — CQKMQ8
  • SWORD AND SHIELD ARTEFACTS:
    • sword — T2N, TFA, TVC
    • shield — either 92C or 2G
    • The symbols scratched into them look like they could be Galarian letters, but it's hard to sort out which ones they are exactly. They might not actually depict Galarian letters, and instead are supposed to show more "ancient" letters.
    • That said, if they ARE supposed to be actual Galarian letters, they're definitely in a unique form, as they all use straight lines with zero curves.

 


MISC:

  • "GAME FREAK" — GV+E 4REVX
  • ROSE TOWER DIRECTORY —
    • DECRMWC3T8
    • JZ6HP VNU^THO
    • V62T^!U 4Z^ONi
    • qzhn 7b!ouf
    • 9!2o2nh t16 e^2
    • xvnzo wo2iui
    • xvnzo 7b!ouf
  • ROSE TOWER WARNING SIGNS —
    • First by entrance
      • QTVEWM
      • BVC89SVT
      • QLEDA+V
      • QLEDA+VT4WKDAXJ?Y
      • B3C89S+VT4WKMR
      • QLEDAXJ?Y7
    • Navigation sign
      • QFINP!I62
      • 9ON6^5H
    • Painted logo before meeting Rose
      • R +vt4
    • Exit warning
      • ELBRSKT
      • B3C89S+VT4W
      • QLEDAXJ?Y7
      • C89SVT4WKMD
      • QLEDA+VT4W
  • ROSE TOWER RUINS —
    • 9J+T8
    • B3KMR
    • +VD4W
  • POSTERS IN OPAL'S BACKSTAGE —
    • DALTACQ
      • (already seen elsewhere)
    • WAE .....
    • 3POO
    • MTJ / XL3L8
    • WQE+QE / WEQQB / QCS7 / A21I^2z EJY3 / RONOF!P / B6F!N5 V6N5 / V06^HOPQSS7 / 4F6! ... 6 / C^U^ ...
    • ^HOUZ / H!5
  • Stuff to add

 


Galarian Character Values

This is where the fun begins!

For this section, I'm just gonna write down every single word which is clearly supposed to be something, even if they don't actually share a value with other words. Likewise, once I add it to the list, I'll add its values to the list of every Galarian letter. Hopefully patterns begin to emerge, and this might help me actually cross-reference words and hopefully even decipher them! Only one way to find out!

 

Real Actual Words — words which are obviously something, etc
CQKMQ8 Engine Japanese name of Motostoke
RQ38 Rose
GV+E 4REVX Game Freak
M8EDDK Brassi Japanese name of Wedgehurst; technically it's written as "Brassie", but it appears the last "E" had been dropped.
94QQA7 Yarrow Japanese name of Milo
WSTWS Onion Japanese name of Allister
47E Aku Japanese for Dark "Team", as in "Team Yell"
XVCYQ WQE+QE Macro Cosmos
WKDKJ8 Hagane Japanese for Steel
BQEMT8 Subome Budew's Japanese name in romaji is spelled "Subomie". However, since it's only 6 characters long, not 7, one of the characters has been dropped. Now while "Brassie" was a similar situation, where a 7-character romaji word ending in "-ie" dropped a character to become 6... while Brassie dropped the "E", I suspect Subomie dropped the "I", seeing as...
KLL Inn This was used in tandem with BQEMT8... but then if "I" is written as both 8 and K in the same sentence, that seems weird. On the other hand, 8 has been used as "E" several places, and K has been used as "I" as well... then that makes me believe that BQEMT8 is actually supposed to be "Subome" instead of "Subomi".
YXK Iwa Japanese for Rock
TQ7Q Hono Japanese for Fire
GA9A4 Galar
JEMXL Denki Japanese for Electric; note that it shares the same values for both E and X from "GAME FREAK"
MWT3L84 BZ99 Monster Ball Japanese for "Poké Ball"
^OHZ Cars Seen on train platform signage, either as a singular "1 ^OH" or multiple "2+ ^OHZ"
!^992 Caffe Seen on the "Battle Cafe" signs
7Z0652OP Champion
1ZU22!P5! Challenge
BECWVE League Might also be BEWCVE, but I'm not sure.
XW MC From "MC Insurance" (XW N1H^F).
dwvdb Dande Leon's name in Japanese.
qss4 Beet Bede's name in Japanese

 

Single Characters — more common letters are closer to the left
! B E
+ MM So far M is the most common
^ C A
? The 40th letter, which I didn't think was one until I saw it appear elsewhere.
# M The 41st letter, which is used literally only twice.
0 A
1 C
2 E I L
3 SS S is best
4 RR AA F T R is tops
5 P G
6 M
7 W K N C
8 EEEE R E is a clear winner
9 LL Y F L is most common
A O A
B S B L E
C E C A
D S G D
E EEE A U S B E edges out
F
G GG Definitely G
H R
I
J N D
K II AA G Both I and A are used
L N I T
M I B O N M
N
O A O
P NN N goes all in
Q OOO N R U B O is ox-ellent. I got nothing.
R RR R is all
S N E
T I M H N
U A
V AA U N A is most used
W OO CC H G A O and C are seen most
X KK MM W K and M are common
Y R I
Z HH A S H is it.