Sindarin and Quenya surely sound the most romantic and beautiful but I also was impressed by how powerful Khuzdul sounds. Surely the better language to impress someone or scare them, hehehehe.
So these three would be my favorite. Never took a liking in the darker languages you hear in the East and Mordor. *shudders*
Hi, I prefer Grey-elven (Sindarin) over even High-elven (Quenya), as Exilic Quenya had developed a relatively restricted collection of sounds. Not that that in itself is bad of course, or even relatively bad. Quenya is still a very beautiful tongue in my opinion.
Minor point: orcs and goblins are the same thing so there is no differentiation of languages there. And I'm not sure that we have any examples of Giants speaking... maybe we do but I can't recall... unless you mean Ents or something.
Anyway, linguistic tastes can change, but today for me it's Sindarin.
I agree with you, Balrogs. The Black Speech is very interesting as a language and it's certainly one of the darkest languages that has been in used in fantasy literature.
And here comes the interesting part.
Summoning recorded a song called 'Mirdautas Vras' for their album: 'Oath Bound', which was released in april, 2006.
'Mirdautas Vras' was written by using The Black Speech and according to some sources, it was the first song in music's history to feature lyrics written entirely in The Black Speech.
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