+nods+ I recall. Basically, Milandisian is the national language, High Coryani is the free language (because as a noble I imagine that this is what she would speak most often - back in the d20 days the genry feat made any noble replace low coryani with high coryani as a free language, and they had to spend skill points for low coryani), and Altharin is the church language (from Acolyte). Plus literacy.
Not having low coryani is going to kinda suck though... might be forced to drop a more important stat to get two points into intelligence
- but it would be hard to justify a noble not knowing the language of the nobility.
Nowhere near as many languages as could be had back in d20 when it was by skill points, and with feats only being once every four levels (and sacrificing important ability boosts to get them) extra languages will be hard to get. That'll really enforce the class-divide.
Back in the days of d20, a speaker of low coryani and a speaker of high coryani couldn't communicate. I imagine that that hasn't changed? I can understand and support a decision either way on that.