Some useful ancient langauge phrases if you ever happen to be in alagaesia: part l, curses

September 18, 2007

Curses (you’re gonna want a lot of these):

Së lif onr waíse gëvloth (may your life be dull)

Së ai knifr gath hjarta onr! (may a knife unite with your heart)

Së rauthr ono tauthr! (may misfortunes follow you)

Së onr lifs agaetí waíse brakka! (very close to: may your life’s celebration be reduced)

Orya onr waíse andlát! (arrows be your death)

Vander gulia wiol ono! (ill luck for you)

C ya, së onr lifs ilian rïsa (I could tell you, but then i’d have to kill you)

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2 Responses to “Some useful ancient langauge phrases if you ever happen to be in alagaesia: part l, curses”

  1. Tex Says:

    It’s not really any good without “may the fleas of a thousand camels infest your bed”

  2. hmott Says:

    Hmm, that would be cool….


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