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"Tor", always tor... Centar? no, just no. .... Sounds more sci-fi to me.... CENTAR! ROBOTECTOR OF THE GALAXY!!

 

I pronounce Aether the same as ether. The A and E aren't separate vowels, it's one of those AE things

 

EDIT: Likewise GW's fondness of writing Daemon, it's still said as Demon, not Daymon or Day-e-mon.

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Um...I say, "taur." There are two vowels, they both get their time in the sun. Simultaneously.

 

How do you say "aether?"

 

:P

 

Like The Fonz.

 

 

"Tor", always tor... Centar? no, just no. .... Sounds more sci-fi to me.... CENTAR! ROBOTECTOR OF THE GALAXY!!

 

I pronounce Aether the same as ether. The A and E aren't separate vowels, it's one of those AE things

 

EDIT: Likewise GW's fondness of writing Daemon, it's still said as Demon, not Daymon or Day-e-mon.

From the Centar of the galaxy? :upside:

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"Tor", always tor... Centar? no, just no. .... Sounds more sci-fi to me.... CENTAR! ROBOTECTOR OF THE GALAXY!!

 

I pronounce Aether the same as ether. The A and E aren't separate vowels, it's one of those AE things

 

EDIT: Likewise GW's fondness of writing Daemon, it's still said as Demon, not Daymon or Day-e-mon.

 

From the Centar of the galaxy? :upside:

 

I would've gone with spiral arm of the robo-galaxy personally, but I am prone to flights of fancy

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Just throwing this in here.

 

One of the things I loved about studying archaic Greek art was discovering the earlier, lesser-known forms of mythological beasties.

 

For example, the earliest representations of centaurs are not horses with a man's torso attached at the neck, they are fully men with a horse's spine and back legs coming out of their center back.

 

For example, see this lovely little archaic bronze of a man wrestling with a centaur (nudity alert, sort of)

http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/grbr/hd_grbr.htm

 

It's the third image from the left. Sorry it's so small, but you can click on it to get a slighly bigger image.

 

You can clearly see that it's two men facing each other, only one has a horse's back end propping him up. Compare it to the back end of the horse in the picture immediately to its left to see what I mean.

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For example, the earliest representations of centaurs are not horses with a man's torso attached at the neck, they are fully men with a horse's spine and back legs coming out of their center back.

 

For example, see this lovely little archaic bronze of a man wrestling with a centaur (nudity alert, sort of)

http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/grbr/hd_grbr.htm

 

It's the third image from the left. Sorry it's so small, but you can click on it to get a slighly bigger image.

 

 

 

Cheers for that Pingo, I'd be running out of nightmares.

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I'm going to call them Websters, and their special attack power will be correction of definition and pronunciation.

 

Paladin: "Lo, spider centaurs come!"

 

Webster: "Sen-tawr. Also, we're not centaurs because we don't have horse's spines complete with legs coming out of our nudish backs."

 

Thief: "Oh, god, I hate these guys."

 

Priest: "The more you know, my friend. The more you know. Let's crush in their heads."

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