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Zion tribal languages

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Tribal languages are pidgin languages spoken by the Zion tribes such as the Sorrows and Dead Horses.

Background

Joshua Graham explains that tribals speak languages from a place he calls "Res" mixed with languages from people who were vacationing in Utah.[1] Founded by the survivors of the Great War, they were meant to be a common tongue for the tourists who spoke English, German and Spanish. After 200 years of isolation, the tribes have appeared to develop new forms of speaking their languages.

While it is difficult to understand them, even if you do speak English, German and Spanish, some people have learned to speak the languages such as Joshua Graham, Follows-Chalk, Daniel, and Salt-Upon-Wounds. The Dead Horse speak a combination of English and German. The Sorrows speak a combination of English and Spanish. While the White Legs speak a combination of all three.

Appearances

Tribal languages appear in the Fallout: New Vegas add-on Honest Hearts.

See also

References

  1. J.E. Sawyer's formspring - "Yes. Joshua Graham explains that they speak languages from a place he calls "Res" mixed with languages from people who were vacationing in Utah."