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Featured Word July 19, 2018

Thu'um Thursday

July 19, 2018

Lok Vah Koor lok v4 k5r

The words of power—LOK VAH KOOR—are hidden away with the knowledge of the dovah. They are unknown to the Dovahkiin, who seeks to clear the way to the top of the Throat of the World, the Monahven. It is in that very place that the mighty Paarthurnax rests, for he is the ultimate master of Way of the Voice, revered by his faithful disciples and followers the Graybeards. Maybe the Dovahkiin will learn them when ready! Arngeir, Einarth, and Wulfgar know these very words of power. From the power within, through your breath and out your lips to the sky, let the storms break up, and the clouds fall away! 

Here the words of a bard long lost in time:

Nau brit pindaarselok, aal bein gramme graan,
Nol riiselaas do vah, ahrk venne nau viing.
Strunne ahrk tahrovin bo, fah faal thuum dreh uth goraan koor.
Ful, huzrah, feyn do daar lein, Alduin.

Hin bein ven tol du daanik sille vonuz.
Naal suleyk do kruziik kendovve, lot thuum kotin,
Rein komeyt amativ, hi sahlo, ahrk hin vokul rel nok nu,
Feyn do daar lein, Alduin!

On the sky’s fair plane, Let the dreary clouds flee away, 
Routed by the life force of spring, and the breezes on the wing.
Let the storms and treachery disappear, for the thu’um commands summer clear!

Oh, bane of this world, Alduin. 
Your foul mist that consumes, with doomed souls unseen.
By the power of four warriors, great thuum within,
Shouts forth, you are exposed, your wicked reign to end!

Unslaad kogaan again to Zinrahzul for the writeup!



OneTheyFear
July 20, 2018

Thanks Zinrahzul !!!!  That is really amazing. And the words Lok, Vah, Koor, are Sky, Spring, Summer right?

 

by OneTheyFear
July 20, 2018

Thanks Zinrahzul !!!!  That is really amazing. And the words Lok, Vah, Koor, are Sky, Spring, Summer right?

 


Zinrahzul
July 20, 2018
Correct! It's one of my favorite shouts, actually. I like the sound and purpose.
by Zinrahzul
July 20, 2018
Correct! It's one of my favorite shouts, actually. I like the sound and purpose.

Kewshy
July 24, 2018

These words are just after the mission of the Alduin's Wall but what are the meaning of those word who are teach to the dovahkiin

by Kewshy
July 24, 2018

These words are just after the mission of the Alduin's Wall but what are the meaning of those word who are teach to the dovahkiin


Zinrahzul
July 25, 2018
The words mean "sky, spring, summer". They clear the weather. They also clear Alduin's Mist in Sovngarde that prevents souls from getting to the Hall of Valor.
by Zinrahzul
July 25, 2018
The words mean "sky, spring, summer". They clear the weather. They also clear Alduin's Mist in Sovngarde that prevents souls from getting to the Hall of Valor.

Kewshy
August 1, 2018

yes what are true meaning of these words why have  they choosen these  words? 

by Kewshy
August 1, 2018

yes what are true meaning of these words why have  they choosen these  words? 


Zinrahzul
August 1, 2018
Wow, a lot of inquiring minds! Maybe the answers will appear with "lot morah" (great focus)
by Zinrahzul
August 1, 2018
Wow, a lot of inquiring minds! Maybe the answers will appear with "lot morah" (great focus)

Hahdremro
August 2, 2018

Pruzah pel, zul-zeymahi! I use all three of these rotmulaag regularly, but the Thu'um itself is unfortunately not used very often in-game. It's a shame, because it's such an eloquent Shout, with plenty of power and purpose behind the words themselves.

[Lok Vah Koor] viik strun ko gramme, nuz voth lot morah do hahdrim, aal daar rotmulaag drun drem wah aan strun ko su'um? Zu'u fent yah daar vahzen ko dii morahsehah.

by Hahdremro
August 2, 2018

Pruzah pel, zul-zeymahi! I use all three of these rotmulaag regularly, but the Thu'um itself is unfortunately not used very often in-game. It's a shame, because it's such an eloquent Shout, with plenty of power and purpose behind the words themselves.

[Lok Vah Koor] viik strun ko gramme, nuz voth lot morah do hahdrim, aal daar rotmulaag drun drem wah aan strun ko su'um? Zu'u fent yah daar vahzen ko dii morahsehah.