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==Bonn==
 
==Bonn==
  
Example
 
  
  
===대화1===
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===Introduction===
"Question Example"
 
  
질문::name >> "example"
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a short, barefooted crazy man.
  
질문::job >> "example"
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===대화===
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"At last! I knew you'd come to steal my shoes someday! But I was too smart for you!"
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"You see, I HAVE NO SHOES!"
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'''name''' :
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"A clever ploy, pretending to be friendly..."
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"But if I told you my name was Bonn, then you could work foul magic to destroy my mind..."*
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"I'll not fall for your tricks!"
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 +
 
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'''bonn''' :  
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"Who told you that? Alas, I am undone! I must flee!"
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'''job,desp''' :  
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"I have no job, nor shoes, nor any such thing."
 +
 
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"But I've learned from my misfortune, learned never to trust anyone, let alone to love."
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 +
 
 +
'''stea,shoe''' :
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"I threw my shoes into the sea when I saw you coming!"
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'''lear,trus,misf''' :
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"I trusted Hawkins once, and it led to nothing but despair."
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 +
 
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'''hawk''' :
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"Oh how I envy him his peaceful sleep!"
 +
 
 +
 
 +
'''live,deat,envy,peac,slee,luck,kill,die''' :
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"Death's embrace is the only true comfort a man can find in this world."
 +
 
 +
 
 +
'''embr,comf''' :
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"A good chair is worth a thousand bumberchutes."
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'''bumb''' :
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"Who told you about those? It's supposed to be a secret!"
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'''worl''' :
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"Flat as a pancake, and twice as tasty!"
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 +
 
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'''love''' :
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"Love is a slippery sled that flips over and pins you to the slope."
 +
 
 +
"And then, at night, the ice weasels come."
 +
 
 +
 
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'''nigh,ice,weas''' :
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"If you're lucky, they'll kill you!"
 +
 
 +
 
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'''bee,head''' :
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"The buzzing, they're always buzzing in my head."
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 +
 
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'''mad,craz''' :
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"I can help you! I'm the only sane one left."
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 +
 
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'''only,sane,left''' :
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"All the others LOST THEIR SHOES!"
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'''help''' :
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"Go to the Shrine of Honesty, and stand just to the east of it."
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"Take 3 steps north, 2 steps west, 5 steps south, and 4 steps east."
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"Then eat some grapes, and all will become clear to you!"
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'''shri,hone,clea,grap''' :
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"Mark my words!"
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'''map''' :
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A strange light comes into his eyes. "The map? The secret treasure map?"
 +
 
 +
"I still have it, right here in my house. Do you want it?"
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'''no'''-"Good! You can't have it anyway!"
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'''yes'''-"Too bad! I've hidden it well, and it will go to my grave with me!"
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"I'll die all the better for still having it!"
 +
 
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'''hous,grav''' :
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"I lived on the sea, and I'll die not far from it. Then my basement can be my tomb."
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'''base,tomb''' :
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"Too well hidden for the likes of you to find!"
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'''sea''' :
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"My shoes will be very happy there, dancing with the fishies!"
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'''danc,fish''' :
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"They'll dance a waltz, I doubt it not!"
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'''walt''' :
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"He begins laughing hysterically.
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'''bye''' :
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"Farewell, sweet enemy. I love you more than my own death!"
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'''secr''' :
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"You're not one of us!"
 +
 
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'''us''' :
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"We know who we are..."
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'''we''' :
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"Me and the others."
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'''othe''' :
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"By the time you find out, it will be too late!"
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'''time,find,out,late''' :
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"I won't tell you because..."
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'''other''' :
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"Sometimes the bees in my head almost drive me mad!"
  
  
 
[[Category:Ultima6Translation]]
 
[[Category:Ultima6Translation]]

2013년 2월 10일 (일) 14:33 기준 최신판

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Bonn

Introduction

a short, barefooted crazy man.


대화

"At last! I knew you'd come to steal my shoes someday! But I was too smart for you!"

"You see, I HAVE NO SHOES!"


name :

"A clever ploy, pretending to be friendly..."

"But if I told you my name was Bonn, then you could work foul magic to destroy my mind..."*

"I'll not fall for your tricks!"


bonn :

"Who told you that? Alas, I am undone! I must flee!"


job,desp :

"I have no job, nor shoes, nor any such thing."

"But I've learned from my misfortune, learned never to trust anyone, let alone to love."


stea,shoe :

"I threw my shoes into the sea when I saw you coming!"


lear,trus,misf :

"I trusted Hawkins once, and it led to nothing but despair."


hawk :

"Oh how I envy him his peaceful sleep!"


live,deat,envy,peac,slee,luck,kill,die :

"Death's embrace is the only true comfort a man can find in this world."


embr,comf :

"A good chair is worth a thousand bumberchutes."


bumb :

"Who told you about those? It's supposed to be a secret!"


worl :

"Flat as a pancake, and twice as tasty!"


love :

"Love is a slippery sled that flips over and pins you to the slope."

"And then, at night, the ice weasels come."


nigh,ice,weas :

"If you're lucky, they'll kill you!"


bee,head :

"The buzzing, they're always buzzing in my head."


mad,craz :

"I can help you! I'm the only sane one left."


only,sane,left :

"All the others LOST THEIR SHOES!"


help :

"Go to the Shrine of Honesty, and stand just to the east of it."

"Take 3 steps north, 2 steps west, 5 steps south, and 4 steps east."

"Then eat some grapes, and all will become clear to you!"


shri,hone,clea,grap :

"Mark my words!"


map :

A strange light comes into his eyes. "The map? The secret treasure map?"

"I still have it, right here in my house. Do you want it?"

no-"Good! You can't have it anyway!"

yes-"Too bad! I've hidden it well, and it will go to my grave with me!"

"I'll die all the better for still having it!"


hous,grav :

"I lived on the sea, and I'll die not far from it. Then my basement can be my tomb."


base,tomb :

"Too well hidden for the likes of you to find!"


sea :

"My shoes will be very happy there, dancing with the fishies!"


danc,fish :

"They'll dance a waltz, I doubt it not!"


walt :

"He begins laughing hysterically.


bye :

"Farewell, sweet enemy. I love you more than my own death!"


secr :

"You're not one of us!"


us :

"We know who we are..."


we :

"Me and the others."


othe :

"By the time you find out, it will be too late!"


time,find,out,late :

"I won't tell you because..."


other :

"Sometimes the bees in my head almost drive me mad!"