Joined: 14 Oct 2009
Myst III - Upon entering Catherine speaks to you and calls them (D'ni = Donnie)
I've heard it pronounced from Atrus (D'ni = Dunny)
Myst V - Escher refers to himself as (D'ni = Duk-nee)
I know there are those that are hard-core fans that tend to lean one way or the other or in the middle...
BUT....Maybe....the D'ni actually had a dialect like all dialects... I say Potato you say Potawto...I say Tomawto you say Tomato... I'm from Ohio, USA. My dialect is a lot different from someone in Michigan or New York or Georgia or California. Maybe the civilization of the D'ni was a lot more diversified than originally discovered...
I know there are areas yet unopened in the city..but is this the only city? I've looked at the maps. Different cultures even?
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