Monday, November 1, 2010

Uncharted Waters Online: Language Guide

Uncharted Waters Online is an online game wherein you play in the Age of Discovery/Exploration period of Planet Earth (15th to 17th Century), where you are one of the Captain on voyage trying to open new trade routes, discover new exciting places, and the mapping of the planet. Of course, before you can have a conversation and establish a good trade with the peoples of the world, you need to learn their languages.
Learning a new language is simple, just visit any city and talk to the lords and ladies of any ‘houses’. As a clue, the names of these houses end up with the word ‘Estate’. Additionally, guild houses (Adventurer Guild, Maritime Guild, and Merchant/Trader Guild) also offer languages.
Follow up:
Below you will find a tabular list of the languages available per city and the establishment where you can learn it. A word of caution, languages count as one (1) skill. You will need to forget a skill if you already maxed out your allotted number of skills that you can learn. But be careful not to unlearn the language of the city you are currently in, lest you want to travel all the way back to where you first learnt of their language in the first place.
Used in
Arabic [ARA]
Islamic world
Athens (Maritime Guild)
Genoa (Merchant Guild)
Seville (Tome Pires)
Celtic [CLT]
Britain archives
London (Shakespeare)
Chinese [CHN]
Anping (He Bin)
Dutch [DUT]
North Flanders
London (Shakespeare)
Marseille (Francois Rabelais)
Seville (Maritime Guild)
Venice (President Shylock)
Egyptian [EGY]
Beirut (Bay Hail)
Tripoli (Shinan Pasha)
English [ENG]
Great Britain
Amsterdam (Erasmus)
Genoa (Maritime Guild)
Marseille (Francois Rabelais)
Seville (Duke of Parma)
French [FRE]
Amsterdam (Lou Pence)
Venice (Michelangelo)
German [GER]
Amsterdam (Maritime Guild)
Greek [GRE]
Greek Peninsula
Naples (Merchant Guild)
Venice (Maritime Guild)
Hebrew [HEB]
Israel, Sinai
Naples (Thomas Campanella)
Indic (Indo-Aryan) [IND]
Indian Sub-Continent
Hormuz (Ali Reis)
Manila (Lopez de Legazpi)
Muscat (Al Gauri)
Italian [ITA]
Italian Peninsula
Lisbon (President Baldi)
Marseille (Da Vinci)
Seville (El Greco)
Japanese [JPN]
Nagasaki (William Adams)
Korean [KOR]
Korean Peninsula
Hanyang (Yu Seong-ryong)
Latin [LTN]
European Scholars
Syracusa (Prince Jame)
Malay-Tagalog [MAL]
South-East Asia
Calicut (Kujarato Daesang Group)
Mayan [MAY]
Central America
Havana (Chief Uareo)
Mon-Khmer [MON]
Calicut (Adventurer Guild)
Nahuatl (Aztec) [NWT]
Central America
Veracruz (Las Casas)
Nordic/Norse [NOR]
Scandinavian Peninsula
London (Maritime Guild)
Oceanic languages [OCE]
Oceania region
Buenos Aires (Diaz de Solis)
Manila (Lopez de Legazpi)
Persian [PRS]
Basra and Hormuz
Mozambique (Koritan)
Zanzibar (Elder Majid)
Portuguese [PRT]
Iberian Peninsula
Amsterdam (Mercator)
Nantes (Princess Margaret)
Seville (Tome Pires)
Quechua [QCH]
South America
Portobelo (Balboa)
Slavic [SLV]
Eastern Europe
Antwerp (Queen Mary)
Athens (Martinengo engineer)
Ragusa (Veronica Franco)
Spanish [SPA]
Iberian Peninsula
Lisbon (Diaz Admiral)
London (Shakespeare)
Venice (Paracelsus)
Swahili [SWA]
East Africa
Lisbon (Njinga Nbenba)
Thai-Burmese [THA]
Burma/Myanmar and Thailand
Calicut (Marikkaru)
Turkish [TUR]
Siracusa (Prince Jame)
Tunis (Merchant Guild)
West African languages [WAF]
South-West Africa
Porto (Duarte Lopez)

* Source: Great Voyage Online wiki sites.

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