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Request for vocal dialogue

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#1 Springheel


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Posted 03 May 2010 - 01:27 PM

I could use some fresh ideas for vocal scripts. I've been working on the noblewoman script for someone who might be able to record one for us, and I've had some volunteers that might be able to pull off a pagan dialect. Unfortunately, I'm short of time lately, and after doing nine complete scripts in the past 9 months I'm a bit burnt out.

I could definitely use a fresh perspective on this, especially the pagan ones (I know our pagans don't talk like Thief pagans, but what kinds of things WOULD they say?). If anyone is willing to help, feel free to post some suggestions here, even if it's just a few lines or figures of speech. Specifically, I've been wrestling to come up with some pagan oaths.
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Posted 06 May 2010 - 08:34 AM

Pagans are very difficult and its basically a blank sheet. Here are a few suggested inspirations. If I can work out any more I'll post again.



Bright Blessings
Merry Meet.
Merry Meet, Merry Part And Merry Meet Again.
Blessed Be.
to Circle (to take part in ritual)
So Mote It Be.


Ist there?
What comes?

Call to alert:
Body forth all!

During attacks:
Ye shall render blood
Be ye broken; not remade
Worms take thee.

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Posted 06 May 2010 - 09:47 AM

More pagan sayings:

Let this day be well used; night too.
Watch o' me, <animal deity whatever>
Grow, flourish, be fruitful.
Fresh green! Long life!

Black hour, dark deeds - so keep I the vigil.
Bark and branch, leaf and root, bud and fruit, vine and shoot.
New water fall today; wash old all away.
Summer warmth, autumn wealth, cool me winter, spring bring health.

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