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Dialect training for roleplayers, storytellers, and other casual pretenders.

Add some kick to your characters with some quick and simple dialect training. Paul Meier has been training actors for over 25 years and now offers his experience to the casual pretender in these entertaining presentations. You will find accent tips, colloquialisms, and charismatic character concepts that will add to your storytelling, roleplaying, or cosplay.

Each presentation includes an overview of the common sounds you will hear in the dialect and exercised in several hilarious encounters you might find in your stories or games. Paul Meier is as entertaining as he is informative, making the program easy to listen to again and again.

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  • Antonio
  • 13-08-16

really cool 😎

Really really really really really really really really really really cool! Completely changed my life.😜

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  • randolph michael carpadus
  • 08-11-16

Setting sucks

Who the hell would use a Cockney in a S&S setting? make it "period" appropriate.

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