Helpful Files and Resources
Official FAQ- These are also incorporated within the wiki.
Standees for Monsters of Avalon with color and without color
Standee pdf images with color- If you want the pdf file with the color images of the monsters, it's in the Files folder after downloading. Note this was made by a fellow board gamer, not officially by Awaken Realms (the non-color standees were official releases by Awaken Realms).
Pronunciation Acknowledgement and Disclaimer
Irish linguist Benjamin Lowe and his SO Dobromir Uzunov provided the following pronunciation guide, so thank you to them for their help! They add the disclaimer, "These pronunciations are based on a native and linguistic grasp of Irish, but pronunciations may vary per dialect and also in comparison to Scottish Gaelic for example."
Pronouncing Character Names
First wave characters:
- Beor: [Byor], "yo" as in "yo-yo" pr "yoghurt", similar to the name "Björk"
- Ailei: [Ey-lee] or [Ai-lee], "ey" as in "hey", "ai" as in "iphone", "lee" as in "spleen"
- Maggot: Pronounced as written, English pronunciation
- Arev: Pronounced as written, "a" as in "apple"
- Niamh: [Neev], "ee" as in "need"
Second wave characters:
- Mabd: [Mayv] or [Meev], "ay" as in "may" and "ee" as in "need"
- Dagan: Pronounced as written, English pronunciation
- Sloan: Pronounced as written, English pronunciation
- Fyul: Pronounced as written, English pronunciation, almost sounds like "fuel"
- Naazer: Most likely should be Na'azer, or [Na-azer], although could be [Na-zir] or [Naa-zer], literal pronunciations
- Thebalt: [Ti-bo] or [Tay-bo], it's close to the French Thibault; "ti" sounds like "tea" and "ay" as in "may"
- Caolin: [Kay-lin], "ay" as in "may"
- Faol: [Fey-ol] or [Feel], "ey" like "hey" and "feel" like the word itself
- Duana: [Doo-ana], pretty much pronounced as written
Pronouncing Location Names
[Kuh - naht] - the "u" is soft like in hunt, blunt and stunt. The "ch" is like the sound in "Loch" or like the German "ch" in "Nacht"
And Dobromir added "Although I personally will pronounce the "u" like in university or just a direct "uu" sound like in you."