How's it pronounced, anyway? Like an "s" or like a "k"? I've never known that...
Think your looking for the fluff forum. With the soft and hard C, it usually has to do with the vowel that goes after it. In this case, no vowel.... if a, o, and u, hard c. If e, i, and y, soft c. With your obvious English exceptions that there always are.How's it pronounced, anyway? Like an "s" or like a "k"? I've never known that...
Could be, but if that's the case, shouldn't it be See'tan, not Sa'tan? C being pronounced See and all. Not trying to start a huge discussion, but it looks like if your point is true, spelling was not well thought out.Actually the original idea was that, as the C'tan are so ancient, they are the origin of many primordial fears. The Nightbringer is Death for example. C'tan is meant to sound like Satan.
Edit: it is always pronounced as the letter if on its own, i.e. C, as in C'tan. If it was a hard sound then it would either need to be a K'tan or Ca'tan, which it isn't.