Indigo Dialect

So, who else is hoping that the Indigo Tribes dialect is an actual language we can learn like other fans get, you can speak Wookie and Klingon, i fancy being able to speak Indigo!!

P.S. i know it won't happen but i can hope can't i?

14 Comments
14 Comments
Posted by _Zombie_

I prefer it if it'd remain mysterious. That's the appeal of the Indigo Tribe. You can't understand them, nor their language. It adds a sense of mystery to them, and I like it.

Posted by jeanroygrant

@ZombieBigfoot said:

I prefer it if it'd remain mysterious. That's the appeal of the Indigo Tribe. You can't understand them, nor their language. It adds a sense of mystery to them, and I like it.

Edited by JediXMan

@ZombieBigfoot said:

I prefer it if it'd remain mysterious. That's the appeal of the Indigo Tribe. You can't understand them, nor their language. It adds a sense of mystery to them, and I like it.

The best part is picking out pieces of their language from GL mythos. Look at their oath!

Come on, that's pretty awesome. I love that!
 
EDIT: Okay, it won't let me paste the oath in this post. Anyway, it has mentioned Abin Sur in the oath.

Edited by _Zombie_

@JediXMan said:

@ZombieBigfoot said:

I prefer it if it'd remain mysterious. That's the appeal of the Indigo Tribe. You can't understand them, nor their language. It adds a sense of mystery to them, and I like it.

The best part is picking out pieces of their language from GL mythos. Look at their oath!

Come on, that's pretty awesome. I love that!

EDIT: Okay, it won't let me paste the oath in this post. Anyway, it has mentioned Abin Sur in the oath.

Yeah, it does. Makes the mystery around them a lot more interesting. Also, I typed it out.

Tor lorek san, bor nakka mur,

natromo faan tomek wot ur.

Ter Lantern ker lo Abin Sur,

Taan lek lek nok--Formorrrow Sur!

Posted by barryallen

and and

Yeh i've read it, its cool but wouldnt you like to have a little language that you can only speak to the learned few in? Something that could bind you to a complete stranger that would mean you both share this interest! I think that beats mystery!

Posted by _Zombie_

@barryallen said:

and and

Yeh i've read it, its cool but wouldnt you like to have a little language that you can only speak to the learned few in? Something that could bind you to a complete stranger that would mean you both share this interest! I think that beats mystery!

I disagree. I prefer the mystery because it adds to the story and makes it better. Better stories beats being able to speak a fictional language.

Posted by barryallen

not to get gay and technical but if we can speak it and understand each other, aint fictional! Its good for the stories which in all fair IS the main thing that matters! but i'd love it myself, i never cared about french or spanish just didnt interest me, i'd put in the effort with this one!

Posted by JediXMan
@ZombieBigfoot
 
Agreed.
 
They could go the Mando'a route and actually create a "real" language with rules and actual words, but I prefer the mystery. 
 
@barryallen said:

@ZombieBigfoot and @JediXMan and @jeanroygrant

Yeh i've read it, its cool but wouldnt you like to have a little language that you can only speak to the learned few in? Something that could bind you to a complete stranger that would mean you both share this interest! I think that beats mystery!

But the mystery is what makes them unique.
Posted by barryallen

God guys, couldnt you have just said woop yeh id love to do that we could learn the language together and become best friends :'(

Posted by JediXMan
@barryallen
 
Mando'a is kinda the only fictional language I care to know.
Posted by barryallen

It is pretty awesome, use it often?

Posted by JediXMan
Posted by barryallen

haha when meeting new people dyu drop certain words in to test if they might know the language?

Posted by _Zombie_

@JediXMan said:

@barryallen said:

@JediXMan It is pretty awesome, use it often?

Naw. I'm not that geeky....

I seriously need to refine my Mand'oa. I used to know some Daedric, and thanks to Skyrim I know some Dragontongue.