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E3 Demo Word Wall
Actually I transcribed the Word Wall in Bleak Falls Barrow a few days before you did, uploaded an image with comparisons:
As for the whole matter with AA and aa, technically I believe that AA and aa are different, if they were interchangeable then why bother with making a special dragonic character for aa? - Dragonbane, as in Tamrielic (Send a courier message to Dragonbane) 12:07, 1 November 2011 (UTC)
- Ah, I really hadn't seen that before. We seem to have the same thing except for YORIIK - HORIIR. I can spot I messed it up there... :/ Also, will continue discussion this on the dragon language talk.
So I just watched some leaked gameplay from Skyrim where the player fights a dragon ... the dragon says something in the Dragon language "Thurri du hin sille ko Sovngarde!" - I think, judging from a complete guess here, that he's saying something like "I'll send your soul to Sovngarde!" but that wouldn't be exactly correct since 'to' is 'wah', not 'ko', but 'hin' means 'your' in Thu'um so I may be partially correct and 'sille' has already been seen in the Bleak Falls Barrow word wall. Just wanted to post this to you since you have that big project. - Dragonbane, as in Tamrielic (Send a courier message to Dragonbane) 23:15, 7 November 2011 (UTC)
And apparently dragons can speak the common tongue as well: "You are brave. Balaan hokoran. Your defeat brings me honor." - Dragonbane, as in Tamrielic (Send a courier message to Dragonbane) 23:22, 7 November 2011 (UTC)
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