Bhutan jgals
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Location: USA

10 Sep 2020, 21:57

Is it??
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Great Britain thomasgreen6
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Location: UK

10 Sep 2020, 22:04

I believe it's old english or at the very least based off of it
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Great Britain Sargsyan
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Location: North Macedonia

10 Sep 2020, 22:20

long time no see best iro player ever!
krichk wrote:For some reason, you want the world to know that you're brave enough to challenge thebritish
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United States of America fedjahnson
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ESO: gewitter_
Location: Ohio

10 Sep 2020, 22:23

Hey @jgals I'm pretty sure I beat you last night.
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Tuvalu gibson
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Location: USA

10 Sep 2020, 23:25

Sargsyan wrote:long time no see best iro player ever!
Objectively one of the best players on the forums.
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United States of America Squamiger
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ESO: Squamiger

10 Sep 2020, 23:28

EYE WALL
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India TNT333
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ESO: TNT333

11 Sep 2020, 03:39

It's old school english, Shakespearean probably?? U can tell cuz there are some modern english words in his speech that was derived from the old days, mostly it's the pronunciation that causes it to feel a little different from modern english
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Denmark voigt1240
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11 Sep 2020, 03:41

I am sorely grieved, I May not steera
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Estonia Constra
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ESO: Constra

11 Sep 2020, 03:45

You can find all the (including the explorer) dialogue here + explanations
https://ageofempires.fandom.com/wiki/British
just scroll down to dialogue.
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Netherlands Mr_Bramboy
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Location: Amsterdam

11 Sep 2020, 07:32

So it's not really accurate, ES just decided to go with some Middle Age-English for some reason. The other (European) languages are all modern versions.
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Brazil macacoalbino
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15 Sep 2020, 23:10

Probably be ause they already had the research done from age2
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United States of America Squamiger
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16 Sep 2020, 01:15

macacoalbino wrote:Probably be ause they already had the research done from age2


when you use the same paper from last year's anthropology class for this years' history class report
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