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There is something I have been wondering. Why the inconsistencies with the voices of the Weequay species?

In games like JKO and JKA they have froggy voices with a slight metallic tinge.

In KotOR II: TSL they have similar voices, but are much more metallic, and have a unique sound.

I am okay with the slight differences between these two.

But in the new (not really that new) Clone Wars animated series, they have human accents (would I be correct if I said New Zealand accents?).

I tend to be very anal as to how some things should be.

Mandalorians should have full body armor and T-visors, there should be less humans and more aliens in Star Wars, etc...

What do the people here think?

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Maybe those human accents are a little-bit better or enjoyable, but foggy voices are more realistic. I mean just look at a weequay face.................A foggy voice with some metallic tinge.

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Yeah' date=' and I guess I'm being too anal considering its made for eleven and twelve year olds, who might get creeped out by the other Weequy VO's.:p[/quote']

 

If they are afraid of Weequays then they don't watch Star Wars.And if they don't watch Star Wars they don't watch the Clone Wars:p

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If they are afraid of Weequays then they don't watch Star Wars.And if they don't watch Star Wars they don't watch the Clone Wars:p

 

Ah, very good reasoning.:p

Ah well. This thread has served its purpose.

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