|#1zombiegleemaxJan 18, 2007 15:12:08||Hi,|
First of all, spanish is my mother language. Spanish DL products have been published in recent years by a company named Devir. Although most of my DL material is in English ( I can not normally wait until is published in spanish and I prefer to avoid translation mistakes - except those that I make myself :D ), I do prefer to buy the adventure modules in spanish. The last product published by Devir was WotL in July 2005. So here is the question, does anyone (specially you, Sovereign insiders) know, what is happening? Is Devir too busy publishing all the Wizards' products?
|#2zombiegleemaxFeb 08, 2007 10:29:41||I know that there are D & D products available in Italian. I never made it to a bookstore in Madrid to look to see if the were available in Castellano.|
|#3zombiegleemaxFeb 08, 2007 12:56:56||Almost all D&D products by Wizards of the Coast are available (or will be in a recent future) in spanish. It seems the problem is only with Dragonlance products.|
|#4zombiegleemaxFeb 09, 2007 18:41:31||Por que no mandas una mensaje electronica a Margarte Weis Production y pregunta ahi?|
|#5zombiegleemaxFeb 11, 2007 13:52:45||This is a good idea! Maybe I send an email to the spanish publisher too.|
|#6zombiegleemaxFeb 20, 2007 16:07:45||That would be great! I remember back in the 90's I bought several supplements en spanish at a comics convention. Ahh, the old good 2e!|
No manches! Cuando estaba chavillo llegue a compar varios libros de DL en español en una conve en Monerrey, aunque la traducciòn me decepciono en muchos casos, si mal no recuerdo lo publicaba Zero Publicaciones, una casa de España pero no volvio a sacar nada luego que TSR despareciò. Eran buenos tiempos en que uno tiraba por THAC0 jajaja en fin, chido saber que hay mas raza de habla hispana!
|#7zombiegleemaxFeb 20, 2007 20:01:46||Las novellas estan publicadas en Español o Castellano no? Se que estan en italiano, y como italiano simplemente es español mal hablado tienen que estar en Castellano no?|
|#8zombiegleemaxFeb 20, 2007 20:25:03||I wish I could understand Spanish.|
|#9zombiegleemaxFeb 21, 2007 12:39:01||Yes, most novels are in Spanish, though, they're always about 2-3 years behind. I've just seen War of Souls Trilogy as "new" so probably by next year we'll see Dark Chronicles.|
Español o Castellano no
Español is spoken in Spain only, Castellano referers to a variant spoken in Castilla provice en the 1500's, now is what we called a "generic spanish".
|#10zombiegleemaxFeb 21, 2007 14:54:32|
Español o Castellano no?
There are subtile differences. In Spain, some people refer to the language as "español" to emphasize that is spoken in Spain and not just in Castilla. Other prefer to use the word "castellano" as this is not the only language spoken in Spain. Nevertheless usually it depends more on the political ideas of the speaker.
Curiously in America it's quite the opposite. American people argue that spanish is not only spoken in Spain but also there and call it "Castellano"
I use both of them
|#11cam_banksFeb 21, 2007 15:31:24||And don't get either of those confused with Catalan, either.|
|#12zombiegleemaxFeb 21, 2007 16:08:57||Or gallego.|