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Talk:Cardomor (3.5e Race)
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Why does wispering count as a language and if it does, does it mean that shout/screem is also a language? So my question becomes what's the point of this language. --D.M.DemonicPanda
"Cardomor speak common and a rare language called Whisper, the language of ghosts and the wind." ...Whisper is the name of the language, and is the language of ghosts and wind. It is not someone just whispering in whatever language they like. I suppose it is roughly the cardomor racial language with an added broadened aspect to it for use in whatever campaign cardomor get used in, though, of course, it implies that perhaps air elementals and ghosts would also commonly know this language. --Ganteka 00:08, 26 February 2009 (MST)
Hearing the Wind
Does speaking Whisper also mean they can talk to the wind as the description says? Because if so, that would be an awesome/hilarious plot device, getting information from the wind. Infiltrator (talk) 08:37, 19 May 2012 (MDT)