On the Chimerical Onomatopoeia

A lion goes Roar! A car goes Vroom!

A zombie goes Braiins!

A orc goes Waaagh!

What other noises do fantasy animals make? Comment below!

16 comments:

  1. pig-faced orcs snort!

    men-at-arms (hirelings) go arrrgh, gurgle, gurgle.

    faeries go tee-hee.

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  2. pelgranes are, unfortunately, silent.

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  3. Medusae go "ssssss... Hush! ssssss... Quiet! ssssss... Knock it off!"

    You could have a Kickstarter project here for the "See 'n Say The GM Says" toy.

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  4. Purple worms go "rumble-rumble-NOM"
    Gryphons go "Skroar!" (This is canon in my game; the PCs once mimicked a gryphon to spook a goblin warband)
    Succubi go "Hey there adventurer..."

    I really like the koa-toa one upthread too.

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  5. An Owl Bear says, "WHOAR!" or was it "ROHOO!"

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    1. C'mon! Everybody knows that Mindflayers go "Ulalalalala", as Zoidberg, but less cartoony and more whispery!

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  7. Skeller - I love describing the haunting, delicate tones of the owlbear to my groups. Their blood runs cold when I go "HOOO-HHOOOOOAAAAARRRRGRGH".

    It's a thing of true beauty.

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  8. Skeletons go, "Shake-shake, rattle-rattle, rattle-rattle, shake!"

    Nymphs go, (hip swing) "Hey big fella, ya look happy ta see me."

    Gelatinous cubes go *sound of long piece of sheet metal undulating*

    Stringes go *quiet, high pitched whine......* and then suddenly *Poink!* as the tap an artery.

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  9. The Devil says ...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sruPa9hqS2Y

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  10. A (Phil Folio) Dragon goes: "Growf!"

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  11. Trolls go: "Trololololo lololo lololo..."
    Gobilns go: "Rhakka-nitzu, rhaakkaa-choq-a-rhakkaaaa"
    Imps go: "Is this really necessary?"
    Hobgoblins go: "Forward, march!"
    Vampyre goes: "Bleigh!"

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  12. Liches go Gr-AHAHAHAHAH!
    Shades go Eeeh!
    Beholders go Oorth.

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