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My 3D Renders and Mods; Yeah...
Topic Started: Feb 20 2011, 08:04 PM (4,052 Views)
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Frater Centurion

My limited knowledge of latin allows me tomake the following observations.
First off, i like the photograph, jsut to get that out of the way
Second off, most of this is obviusly either babel fished or some other inacurrate translater. In the " Tenebrae illius devorant omnia" sentince, the subject verb agreement is off. Devorant is plural, you would want devorat the singular meaning.

Tenebre, means to keep or hold, not shadow. Shadow is Umbra. And you need not the sentinces in order, you could have
Umbra devorat omnia illius
Devorat Illius umbra omni.
Doesnt matter the order.

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