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  1. #261

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    Need more playtesters? I volunteer

  2. #262

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    If you guys are still in need of trait scripters, I'd like to volunteer. I've already had some experience working with the EDCT and text scripting stuff on my own. Let me know if y'all want me on board.

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    Hello EB Team, I would like to volunteer as playtester.

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    The new version will come with new texts and descriptions! Unfortunately, several of them have been written by myself, so we need a proofreader to do the dirty work and fix my limited writing. So, do we have any brave volunteers?

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    And we still need volunteers who know how to do traits, textures, units models, settlements and strat models

  6. #266

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trarco View Post
    The new version will come with new texts and descriptions! Unfortunately, several of them have been written by myself, so we need a proofreader to do the dirty work and fix my limited writing. So, do we have any brave volunteers?
    I would love to help!

  7. #267

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    Hello all,

    I'm currently a MA student focusing on medieval Welsh literature. However, I have been taking classes on philology and have access to my university library with extensive texts on the "Celts" - my inner academic would say all of this mod with regard to them other than the panoply of the units is fantasy but even if it is it's fun nonetheless! I've noticed that the voice-lines and seemingly the language the units are localized in for Britons and Gauls are the same, and this is not what I understand to be the understanding of the division and development of the Celtic languages today. The "P-" and "Q-" distinction is not really the most relevant difference anymore even if it's the most famous (even the Gauls were not even uniformly "P-Celtic," cf. the Sequani.) I have a rudimentary understanding of the sound-changes in Insular Celtic from Proto-Celtic, and I could help with re-localizing these, unless they're already done this way and I'm mistaken.

  8. #268

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    Quote Originally Posted by benfras View Post
    Hello all,

    I'm currently a MA student focusing on medieval Welsh literature. However, I have been taking classes on philology and have access to my university library with extensive texts on the "Celts" - my inner academic would say all of this mod with regard to them other than the panoply of the units is fantasy but even if it is it's fun nonetheless! I've noticed that the voice-lines and seemingly the language the units are localized in for Britons and Gauls are the same, and this is not what I understand to be the understanding of the division and development of the Celtic languages today. The "P-" and "Q-" distinction is not really the most relevant difference anymore even if it's the most famous (even the Gauls were not even uniformly "P-Celtic," cf. the Sequani.) I have a rudimentary understanding of the sound-changes in Insular Celtic from Proto-Celtic, and I could help with re-localizing these, unless they're already done this way and I'm mistaken.
    It wasn't really worth recording a whole separate voicemod for the Britons just to stick a couple of reconstructed enclitic particles in there. It's not thought that the people the Romans called Sequani were therefore Q-Celts.
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  9. #269

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    It wasn't really worth recording a whole separate voicemod for the Britons just to stick a couple of reconstructed enclitic particles in there. It's not thought that the people the Romans called Sequani were therefore Q-Celts.
    Hmm... Fair enough. If the team ever changes its mind I'd be happy to help. As for the Sequani that's just one example - I didn't mean they were speakers of "proper" Q-Celtic with all the other sound changes that entails, just that there are some fundamental differences within surviving Gaulish inscriptions as a way of stressing the independence of Brythonic. So for the survival of /kw/ e.g. EQUOS on the Coligny calendar (from the supposedly illiterate druids!), Sequani/a and Quariates. I suppose in this context some of the sound changes with case markers wouldn't matter anyways i.e. Brittonic andagin (Bath pendant): acc. sg. of andaga ‘no-good woman’ but possible Gaulish catacim acc. sg. < *Catācā (fem. Of Catācos > Cadog) on the Celtic Bath curse-tablet.

  10. #270

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    We do plan to eventually finish voicemods for the Celtiberian speaking Arevaci and the something-like-Lepontic speaking Boii including those -m accusatives.
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