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It is a real word, but more importantly it is a compound word, so even if someone didn't know the word they would see the words 'death' and 'rattle' and it would be intuitive for the card to have an effect on death. When do priests ever do anything?
Who knows all that? That's not general knowledge u. Perhaps in a religious country. I mean your nick is "Ostias", that screams Spain to me: P I shouldn't be surprised to find you use extremely "vintage" vocabulary. Yeah, I suppose in other countries it may not be well known. I mean it's not a common term you see everyday here, but I think that if you ask someone they know what it is I could be wrong though. And no, I'm not really a religious person my name was meant to be a vulgar word actually and not the communion bread, and it isn't even spelled correctly, it should be "hostias".
And about vintage vocabulary, I guess that's just a matter of differences between countries. Maybe for you some words sound weird and vice versa: My client is in english because I prefer to play games with original voice acting but it's good to know that it varies per region. Spanish is my native language, and i had never heard the word "estertor" before in my life, till i installed spanish HS for my daughter.
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I'd never heard the word "Deathrattle" before I saw it in HS. Doesn't change the fact that it exists. In any event, any native English speaker will get the idea of what a "Deathrattle" is. I don't speak Spanish so I don't know if Estertor makes any sense or not. I'm guessing it doesn't based on the comments. No, estertor is not the kind of word you would be able to guess the meaning for like death rattle in english. And I am also a native spanish speaker, never heard or read it before this thread. I mean, compounding words does not really follow prescriptive rules, I don't know if deathrattle and battlecry are aready long embedded in World of Warcraft terminology, but if they are it's pretty legit to just leave the spacing, whereas someone who hears about a "battle cry" as a rather foreign concept learning about history or whatever may very well choose to treat it as a spaced compound.
Well, at least you can sort of know what Deathrattle is from context. Estertor is just the translators wanting to be super literal, which is a big no, especially when stuff like key words in needed. In french, mistress of pain says "whenever this takes damage, heal your hero for as much".
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I just don't even with some names. The voice acting is pretty good almost everyone sounds like its English counterpart and everything feels natural but some names are just garbagely translated.
This is mi biggest gripe with spanish translation since WoW. Who the fuck is Jaina Valiente? Spain is infamous for their literal translations, which sort of made sense when the context got lost and no one knew English, but it's I remember one particularly funny when playing WoW.
Un Último Suspiro
In northrend there was a grey item called "rent carapace". They recieve an order and never bother to check the spelling or usage of names in the source. Emm, millhouse means molino, and his family name is Manastorm tormenta de mana so Molino Tormenta de Mana is right.