Voice or Accent
5.21 Voice or Accent
You may either choose a voice, or an accent, in order to express yourself more fully in Achaea. Choosing a voice clears your accent. Choosing an accent clears your voice. In either case, your accent or your voice are part of what you say or, more specifically, how you say things, and are subject to all of the restrictions in HELP LANGUAGE RULES. SET VOICE <description> - chooses your voice. Punctuation marks OK. SET ACCENT <description> - chooses your accent. Punctuation marks OK. SET VOICE CLEAR - clears out both voice and accent altogether. SET ACCENT CLEAR - (same!). Be very careful on this one. It must be literally 'CLEAR', not 'clear', because you might want to have a clear voice, no? Limits ------ Three words, twenty-four characters, your imagination, COMMON SENSE, and LANGUAGE RULES. There are no accents or voices that change the things you say. So no lisps that change from 's' to 'th', no problems with 'l' vs. 'r', etc. Reminders --------- SHOW ACCENT or SHOW VOICE will show you your current setting. Or just doing SET ACCENT alone (or SET VOICE) will do the same. Trying it Out ------------- How does this work? Try: SET VOICE high-pitched, sibilant Then: SAY *haughtily to radekk hi :P You will see: You stick out your tongue and say haughtily to Radekk, of Allington in a high-pitched, sibilant voice, "Hi." Or try: SET ACCENT low, guttural Then: SAY what? You will see: You say with a low, guttural accent, "What?" Use common sense, and never anything OOC, in your voice or accent.