Yea, I can't see how anyone can pronounce the first part of Sanguinius as San
-guinius instead of Sang
Assuming I'm pronouncing 'sanguine' correctly. It seems like one of those words I've only ever read, never heard
How is "Tie-ranids" pronounced any differently from "Ty-ran-ids" (Ty-RANT sort of pronunciation?) since they are both the same to me, and I usually go with the later choice.
Astartes... a-stArt-ehs (Canadians, eh?)
C'tan.... SC-tan (SC = Silicone's hard "S" sound)
Plenty of people (I think most) pronounce the y in tyranid as an i. Like lid, sit, bid, pick
Schaeffer is surely 'shay-ffer'. Like shade. Schaeffer is a real name and not uncommon so there has to be a clear right answer to that
I was just thinking about Astartes today. I've always said it 'uh-start-ays'
C'tan... for me it's see-tan but I'm probably wrong there. I've never thought about that one!
Gill-ee-mun. Like omen, workman, guardsman
Tzeentch is a good one. It's always been zeench for me, but I heard a guy who worked at GW say zinch when I was a kid, and at that age I never questioned any adult never mind a GW employee, who I regarded as infallible gods when it came to 40k. I went back to zeench eventually, after a couple of existential crises when GW staff recommended patently bad units to me. I was young, but absolutely positive third edition chaos bikes and raptors were bad- yet here was a guy who worked at GW telling me I should buy some