Do any of you guys think it is likely that the Eldar factions each speak a different dialect of the Eldar language?
If this were the case, I have an inkling that Commorites would be more varied in dialects than the other kindreds. My theory is that the Kabals that were once Noble houses and the oldest of Haemonculi would speak a more archaic version of the Commorite dialect whilst the younger kabals would sound a little different based on the districts they originate and recruit from.
With the Exodites, their isolation would probably lead to a dialect that could be relatively uniform across the worlds they inhabit; obviously there may be some minor differences based on a particular world's experiences and contact with other Eldar.
The Craftworlders seem to be harder to place, but I'd hardly expect their dialects to be uniform. I'd think that the Eldar of Saim-Hann would speak a dialect that featured heavy Exodite influence given their frequent interactions and cultural practices.
Also given that Eldar commune with body language as well, could their be variations of that as well?
This is just a bit of speculation, the evolution of language has been recent fascination to me.
"With these hands, we strip the hope of fools. With our blades we strip their flesh. With our engines of swift agony we take their freedom. With our desires we feast on their souls".
Battle chant of the Kabal of the Bleeding Claw[i]
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