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Tedward61194

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I recently joined a LARPing group (associated with Dagorhir) and I need a persona with a name. I thought what better language to inspire awe and fear into the hearts of my enemies then Draconian, however, when I tried to search for a English to draconian translator, I couldn't find anything (except for one that isnt the same as TES Draconian). Is there any online translator for this that you know of community? Thanks.

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AltreU

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Sorry buddy, but I don't think there are any such translators. I can't think of any media (none for Dungeons & Dragons) that would list out the Draconic alphabet or that would compare it to English.

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You can go to the Skyrim hub at gaminformer.com and do the "Translating the Cover" activity. That gives a Dragon lettering key that you could use to create a name, but you can only create Dragon words. So you could create a name that SOUNDS cool but you have no idea what it means.

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Well there is this.
http://www.uesp.net/...Dragon_Language

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ya dude a translator is possible fo sho

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The back of the strategy guide had one, listed the various runes and pretty much every word used in the game at release with associated meaning. Seeing as it's a print publication, it hasn't been updated for the new words added in Dawnguard.

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Dragon "language" as it exists in the Elder Scrolls sounds to my ears like baby talk. Barely a few hundred words? Come back and talk to me when it gets up to a few hundred thousand words.




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