Watangu is the native language of Minyeshi, a small island country, and can be divided into Old Watangu (spoken during Minyeshi`s golden age), and Modern Watangu (spoken currently). A linguistic expedition from the Warriors Empire was the first to study this language, confirming that it falls under no known language family.
This language base seems to be an aboriginal tongue native to Minyeshi, but Old Watangu adapted many loan words from other languages, especially Swahili. Modern Watangu has adopted more English vocabulary.
Watangu is an agglutinative language, where prefixes, infixes, and suffixes are added to syllables to indicate word form, aspect, and tense. There are no genders, but there three numbers (singular, dual, and plural) - all indicated by optional prefixes.
There are five vowels - a, e, i, o, u, - similiar to those in Spanish, Italian, Russian, or Japanese. In English, these sounds are roughly equivalent to the vowels in saw (a), hey (e), see (i), row (o), and sue (u).