mine is an alpha syllabary (abugida) named "tuʃtæk", but here are the basic letters
hw (this sound is kind of gargled.)
j (like the thai "j")
hew (similar to "hw" but breathier, and is not gargled)
v (normal for syllables)
tl (like the aztec "͡tɬ", if you dont know how to say it. say the word Atlanta, and then you will notice the "tl" sound)
t̪͡ʙ̥ ( just look at this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-zB2TG9sVf8
b̄ (long b, kind of like a bilabial trill "ʙ". makes vowels longer.)
x (gargled as well)
͡td (an africate, said at the same time)
͡gɬ (said like "͡kɬ" but with a "g")
v (adds an umlaut for syllables, exception of the vowel "ü")
ð/θ ( ð at a lowercase, θ as uppercase)
e (like the chinese "e")
o ( sounds more like "ah" and "ooh" mixed together)
K (as in "skull")
kʷ ( k as in skull, but made by rounding your lips)
w (at the begining of a word, and before the 2nd syllable if present, sounds like a combination between a "V" and a "w", at the end of a word, its a simple "w"
this language is an abugida, making syllables when a diacritical vowel is added on top of the letter. the vowels are:
a (as in "ah")
e ( as in "entomology")
u (oo as in "soon")
i ( ee as in "irritate")
o ( as in "oh")
ü (no equivalent i know of in english, but think of the brand uber, or look it up).
almost all letters can be nasalized too (e.g: æ̃, ʕ̃ "and that is possible, its just hard",͡tɬ̃, ʒ̃ ect.), ħ,ʘ,θ, and ph cant though
every sound has 4 values as well, affecting the tones
modal (normal): self explanitory
breathy: the sound is a bit breathier, just as the title itself explains, so "æ", sounds looks like æ̤, and sounds like "æhh"
creaky: the letter sounds like a creaky door, so "æ" looks like æ̰, cant explain the sound, but if you have played minecraft (not this game) and hear the villagers deep voice, you will get the idea
static: unique to this language (I believe), the sound turns into a gargle, or like a static on the tv, which is where i got the name, there is no ipa symbol for this, so i will use ̚ as an example, so æ looks like æ̚ and sounds like a cat purring, or like "æhh" with some gargly h's.