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About Mwatuangi

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    Writing, editing, minecrafting, modding, reviewing games, and other random things.

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  1. Voice Actor for Redguard, and other Male Characters

    Alright, so we've weighed in and you're definitely what we're looking for as far as Redguard voices are concerned. It's difficult to find ones that fit the bill and sound authentic; you knocked that out of the park. We'd likely need to hear more as far as Breton voices are concerned to get a sense of your range.
  2. Voice Actor for Redguard, and other Male Characters

    Sure bud. Thanks for the update. I'll let the rest of our team know.
  3. Voice Actor for Redguard, and other Male Characters

    Sure, I'll see if we can't provide you with some lines to use as reference.
  4. Voice Actor for Redguard, and other Male Characters

    Gotcha, and no problem.
  5. Voice Actor for Redguard, and other Male Characters

    Ah, I have some Naija as well (Yoruba specifically). Do you think you can provide samples of you doing the other voice accents? EDIT: Never mind, saw you're having problems. I'm rusty since I'm not fluent but is that Yoruba, Igbo, or another language you're singing in? Also, a few other longer samples talking would be great.
  6. More random dragons

    I think it would be wise to post new images as replies in the comments instead of creating new topic threads for each picture you have. It helps keep the forum neat.
  7. Redguard revolt

    As of the Second Treaty of Stros M'kai, the Dominion has withdrawn from Hammerfell, so any presence they maintain will be an extremely low one. There's a conflict of another kind planned that we hope you'll enjoy! I can't comment on other things at the moment. Also nice to meet another Redguard!
  8. Application witters quest

    Hi, thanks for showing interest! Could you perhaps submit an example of your work for review, such as a mock quest sample: for instance, say the PC enters a tavern in Rihad and overhears a dispute between a couple NPCs there that the PC would then have the option of helping them resolve. I'll naturally leave the specifics up to your imagination.
  9. Writing these characters is more fun than I expected.

  10. Hi Moon, Thanks for your application. Unfortunately, I feel your work could use some improvement. I found it difficult to follow the rhythm of your piece as it currently is written. I noticed that you used a lot of commas instead of periods; is this meant to be an epic poem of sorts, or just a general essay? It's important as a writer that we make sure our audience has a firm grasp of how a work is meant to be read, as how it is presented can fundamentally change how our audience perceives our work. I recommend more practice, as it's clear in your work that you're passionate about your writing and you seem to have a basic grasp of the lore. I can't speak for the other teams, though. Are there talents in other areas - i.e. implementation, art, etc. - that you can showcase?
  11. Reception for Bruma's announcement is exploding.

  12. Yoku exterior set - towns & ruins

    That's just the thing; Yoku culture is not inherently nostalgic, nor are their traditions "primitive", any more than Dunmeri who remain devoted to the Tribunal are or the Nords who honor Ysgramor. They're very much alive and present within their society, even if some of them have changed over the years. There are obviously the extreme ultranationalists who latch on to idealized myths about Yokuda, but those often unrealistic narratives aren't integral to how they conceptualize their heritage overall. Societies adapt, and in tandem with this, so do their traditions, which we intend to show. It's also important to remember - both in Bethsoft and BS' house lore -that Yokuda was not homogenous at all, but a realm with countless societies, some of which were often rivals that warred with each other. While those multiplicities were condensed into the chief social groups - Dunedwellers, Forbears, and Crowns, for instance - even the nations that adhere to those philosophies have regional and ideological variations, not to forget Nedic influences that have persisted amongst others, especially in cosmopolitan areas like Sentinel. Even the architecture carries these distinctions; Rihad, while also being staunchly Forbear, looks absolutely nothing like Sentinel. I think it's also worth noting that the Walkabout is a concept clearly inspired by the indigenous Aboriginal tradition of the same name; I wouldn't be surprised if one could find other traditions within TES lore with analogues in the real world, so I wouldn't necessarily consider anything to be too fantastical to be grounded in the real per say. There's an old Hindu epic that could easily pass as science fiction. You might just be surprised if one searches hard enough. Love your energy and enthusiasm though!

    MeMod wasn't C&D'd. They chose to preemptively halt it instead of risk legal issues.