and my version about the dwarves
SpoilerThe Great Destroyer has already been exiled to the depths. No one shall never speak of his name again, never set him loose from the depths and bring destruction.
Every dwarf must have heard of the legends of the Great Dwarf Guardian. many of the religious dwarves still believe before the appearance of humans, the Great Dwarf Guardian created the dwarven race at Anvil Rock. A part of the dwarves believed that there was a great battle between their god/gods/God and the evil forces. The discovery of a tome which was said to be the Tome of Rubicon, which was created by the Great Dwarf Guardian himself, in Sorrow Furnace will change the history of the myth of the dwarven race.
After stopping the Summit Dwarves’ attempt to obtain the prayer/inscriptions which could summon the Great Destroyer, High Priest Alkar led an excavation team to the Summit Hall, and tried to bring the relic of the dwarven race back home. After High Priest Alkar has cracked the codes of the prayer/inscriptions, he discovered that it did not only contain the battle between the dwarves and the evil forces sent by the Great Destroyer, it also told: The Great Destroyer promised to rise from the depths of the earth, conquering the whole world. The war between the Great Dwarf Guardian and the Great Destroyer will focus on the world. In the text of the prayer/inscriptions, there was no words on which side will win, but did point out that the dwarves will, because of this war, be changed/transformed forever. (well both is ok i think, we dont know the exact details only by looking at the text right now)
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15-08-2007, 16:41 #61
15-08-2007, 16:59 #62
Verbatim translations of languages rarely make sense for the reason that languages were not made with translation in mind (except for a few, like Korean), and because English and Norse, which is what "Dwarf" is from, are not a common root language with Chinese, it is even harder to make a 1:1 translation. In this case, I think it is almost 100% certain that it means the Great Dwarf.|||Quintus Antonius Adepphius Philologus Tyrianicus Canthacus Elonacus Durheimus|||
15-08-2007, 17:10 #63However, in order to follow them to the Grey Coast, she would still listen to their orders
15-08-2007, 17:15 #64
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15-08-2007, 22:10 #65
16-08-2007, 03:27 #66
i think both is ok, it says 灰暗 so its "grey +dull", "tarnished" is indeed a better word, dont u think so?
if it says 灰色 then no doubt itll be "Grey"
note: anet should hire us to do the translation...
Last edited by Andrea DS; 16-08-2007 at 03:30.
16-08-2007, 03:33 #67
17-08-2007, 17:54 #68
SpoilerDepending on how well Morgahn leads Kourna, I may have to re-evaluate Palawa Joko's possible invasion vectors. Ascalon is looking might ripe for the taking right now, especially from the south where there's no Great Wall for protection.
17-08-2007, 18:01 #69
I suppose that all depends on the strength of the Forgotten, and the crossability of the mountains to the south.|||Quintus Antonius Adepphius Philologus Tyrianicus Canthacus Elonacus Durheimus|||
17-08-2007, 18:04 #70