The monoline typeface called Babeta is characterised by the diversity of upper cases, being the basis of its four variants. The basic version has simple forms alluding to school handwriting. The second one is more complicated, its structure goes beyond the baseline, which makes it look more dynamic. The third variety was created for capital letters. Finally, the fourth one has the widest character space and characteristic swashes. Lower-case letters can be easily joined with all four sorts of upper-case letters. To be even more universal, the typeface has Latin alphabet diacritics and a set of special signs: currencies, arrows, ligatures, and alternatives: they are a constructive response to the original sin of many script typefaces, namely the unclear ends and links of characters.