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9-08-2010 @ 11:22PM
I always read it in my head as Tu-ra-lon, ignoring the y. I've got no basis for that being right, other than it sounded better than any other pronounciation when I first read the word.To be honest, regardless of hows its supposed to be pronounced, I always find just reading it the way it sounds best to you is the way to go. For instance, I was kinda gutted when I heard some people from Blizzard pronounce Tyrande Whisperwind as Ty-rand-ee, as I had always just ignored the e. I still pronounce it my way though (in my head at least), as forcing a pronounciation that feels odd to yourself seems daft when no-one else is going to hear you reading.
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