Herkese merhaba, Alexander Velicky tarafından Temmuz 2013 tarihinde yayınlanan devasa bir mod. Hatta çoğu kişi tarafından DLC ayarında bir mod olarak da tanımlanmıştır. Gerçektende öyle, 460 mb boyutuna sahip dev bir DLC modu. Ülkemizde de çok sevildi, oynandı vesaire. Bizde modlara Türkçe çeviri yapıyorduk, ufak modlar kesmedi büyüklerine kanca attık. Falskaar modunun Türkçe çevirisine başlamış bulunmaktayız. Şu tarihte biter şeklinde kesin bir takvim veremiyoruz. Ama elimizden geldiğince özen göstererek çevirmeye gayret etmekteyiz. Şubat ayı bitmeden çeviriyi bitirme amacındayız. Bu arada eğer olurda bir iki metin çevirmek isteyen mesaj atabilir. Sadece kitaplar ve diyaloglar kaldı. Diğer metinlerin çevirisi bitmiş durumda. Destekleriniz için teşekkürler. Takipte kalın.
Çeviri Durumu: Bitti
Objeler: % 100
Görevler: % 100
Diyaloglar: % 100
Kitaplar: % 100
Ekran Bildirileri: %100
Ya çeviriye katılmak isterim fakat çok ağır bir dili varsa bir şey yapamam ama böyle bir iki küçük kitap verirseniz yapmaya çalışırım.
Bu haberi duyduğuma çok sevindim. Bu büyük çaplı Türkçe çevirisi sayesinde forumun adı da çokça duyulur bana kalırsa çünkü modun baya bir oyuncusu var Türkiye'de de. Ve eğer yer yer yardıma ihtiyacınız olursa ben de yardımcı olmak isterim. Herkese kolay gelsin.
Büyük bir çalışma. Kolay gelsin ne diyelim.
[b]Ellerinize sağlık şimdiden, yardımcı olmaya çalışacağım.
Çevirinin yüzde ellilik kısmı bitti.
Vallahi o %50'nin en az %90'ı ustanındır. Biz bir yazı çevirene kadar adam 10 yazı çeviriyor, öyle kalıyorum
Falskaar çevirisinin yüzde 75 lik kısmı bitti. Çoğu gitti azı kaldı. 4 güne geri kalanı bitirip sonrasında oyun içinde kontrol edeceğiz
Yıllar sonra kalem kağıt alıp matematik yapayım dedim hatırladığım kadarıyla, 84 çıktı sonuç arkadaşlar, yanlış bildiri için pardon
O kadar bitti mi ya? Kalan kısmın yarısı bendeki metinlerdir galiba
Test aşamasına başladık. Kitaplar kaldı geriye, onları beklememize gerek yok. Hayırlı olsun
Kitapları beklemeye gerek yok derken modda Oyun Çeviri tarafından çevrilmiş Türkçe kitaplar var, değil mi? Yoksa modun kendisine özel kitapları da mı var? Bir de en üstte çevirinin diyaloglar kısmında kalan çevrilmemiş %5'lik dilim hangilerini içeriyor?
03.02.2014, Saat: 21:58
(Son Düzenleme: 23.02.2014, Saat: 16:28, Düzenleyen: Sarhi.)
Mod feci büyük. Ben kitapları bazen çeviriyorum ve özel 57 kitap var falskaar loresini anlatan falan. O kalan kısım kitaplar. Tanesi lore kadar bu kitapların. Ondan beklemiyoruz, kalan kısım tam mı emin olup kitapları baskıyla çabucak çevireceğiz. Ya bu mod bitti sayılır öyle diyeyim
Hmm, peki kitaplardan bir tanesinin metnini acaba bana gönderebilir misiniz? Lore büyüklüğünde deyince merak ettim, Skyrim'deki kitaplar o kadar da fazla uzun olmuyordu.
OyunÇeviri tarafından çevrilmiş derken Skyrim'in kendisinde olan kitaplar var elbette oyunda o kitaplar yok olmuyor. Modun dosyası içinde Skyrim'de olan kitaplar yok kendi kitapları var. İlk sırada olan "Wanderin' Bard" isimli "Avare Ozan" diye çevirdiğim kitabın metni;
Once, in a time past, the land was full of merriment. Upon entering an inn, it was not uncommon to hear a bard strumming his lute, singing songs of battle, love, life, and glory. However, as this age of merriment passed, so did the age of bards. Yet, through all the times of disdain and depression that followed, there remained a single wandering bard. He traveled Falskaar in its entirety, visiting every tavern he came across, and sung of all things real, happy or sad. I had the pleasure of knowing this great man once, and though he now serenades our fallen ancestors in Sovngarde, we must honor him for the service he provided this land in its time of dearest need. May he always live through this song, for this era, the next, and the eternity that is to come.
The trait'rous Jarl, the damsel fair,
The battles close at hand,
are ballads that he's surely sung
in taverns 'cross the land.
To earn his meagre sustenance,
his lute he does depend.
A drink or two, a cold hard bed,
and he's on the road again.
He lives his days a wand'rin' bard,
as twisted as his lute,
He earns a coin, he buys some ale,
he keeps to his repute.
The wand'rin' bard, renowned as such,
has yet to take a home.
The vast grim lands of Falskaar he's
forever doomed to roam.
An' as the ages pass, his showings
are few and far between.
The favored vagabond of song
becomes so scarcely seen.
The wand'rin' bard, though often sought,
has a cold and empty soul.
His stories an' twisted lute forgot,
as his wand'rin' takes its toll.
He leans against the jagged rocks,
and he strums his final chord.
Says, "Better a death from wand'rin',
than a'dyin' from the sword."
Yüzde beşlik kalan diyalog kısmı bizim karakterin konuşması.
15 dakika önce çevirisi biten kitap. Böyleler genelde kitaplar :
Bu arada bu orijinal metin. Çeviriyi atmayayım sürpriz olsun
War In Falskaar
By Valter Hjannsk
t is the 99th year of the Fourth Era, and over five-hundred years of tension between the Borvaldurs and Unnvaldrs is about to escalate into a war that will permanently damage the land of Falskaar.
The Unnvaldrs had all but forgotten about Hjalmar's claim to the throne, and his wishes to obtain it. While excavating some mining grounds below the city, they discovered something very surprising. It was a hidden room, used by Hjalmar at the start of the Third Era. It contained an immense amount of his belongings, along with many personal notes he had taken over the years. They immediately rushed to inform the commander of their findings.
Commander Gordis Unnvaldr was a brash and tumultuous man. He was well into his forties, and the people of Staalgarde disgusted him. When he was presented by the findings he was dumbstruck. He dug through them in awe, scattering tattered fragments of long crumpled papers about. Then, he found Hjalmar's journal. He demanded everything be moved to his study, and then briskly retired to his quarters with the book.
He read of the inner most thoughts and plans Hjalmar had to recover the lost throne. His plan to rise up and attack Borvald, research he had gathered, and tales of the party coming to Falskaar. This enraged Gordis. He discovered that he had, according to Hjalmar, been cheated out of a life as King of Falskaar. This would not pass with him, and he was going to do something about it.
It was the 17th of Rain's Hand. Gordis' plans were coming to fruition, and his wait was almost over. In his fury at the news contained within Hjalmar's journal, he had put together a plan to get the throne back to his family. Fueled by dementia and psychotic rage, he planned to take over the land by force. However, after several decades of Staalgarde not doing so well, he did not have the military strength required to achieve such a feat.
In was because of this that Gordis had done something nobody in Falskaar had ever done before. He had hired hundreds of mercenaries to help him in this war. This would have disastrous results, as not only did this escalate the size of the war immensely, but it was also seen by many in his city as an act of cowardice. A true leader would use what he had and be tactful and smart to win the war. He had had brought in outside help. To many, he had cheated. He trained the mercenaries, refining their skills, and providing them with the weaponry and tools necessary to fight the Borvaldurs.
That day he ordered the first movements of his troops, and began the largest war in Falskaar's history.
he war raged on for almost exactly a year. There were many large skirmishes, and the fiercest fighting occurred around Fort Urokk, between Staalgarde and Borvald. Commanding the troops fighting the Unnvaldrs was Jarl Sebedeus Borvaldur. Gordis threw wave after wave of his men on a weekly basis, hoping to break through Sebedeus' defenses. Sebedeus, on the other hand, had only one thing in mind; defending his cities, and his people. If Borvald fell, Gordis would no doubt push through and take over Amber Creek as well. He would then rule in tyranny over Falskaar unopposed. However, Sebedeus had no intention of capturing Staalgarde or forcing his rule there. He was the King, but if the people of Staalgarde wished to remain secluded in the Emerald Valley under their own rule, that was in their right as Nords.
Though not all fighting occurred between the cities. Smaller groups went around the city, directly into the Amber hold. Amber Creek was attacked on numerous occasions by small war parties. Though, the greatest damage was done when Hjorgunnar manor was sacked. Hungry soldiers from the Unnvaldrs army attacked without order, looking for money and food. Had it been snowing in Falskaar, many would have certainly starved, and perished.
t was on the 9th of Rain's Hand, after just under a year, that Jarl Sebedeus had had enough from Commander Gordis. Men had given their lives, shed their blood, and for what? All so that Gordis could rule them as their dictator. Even the people of Staalgarde began to turn on Gordis, no longer supporting the war. Luckily for Gordis, the mercenaries would fight as long as they were paid. Sebedeus saw no other option. He ordered his men to push into the Emerald Valley, and capture Staalgarde. It would be a bloody and horrific battle that would, in turn, save many lives.
His men followed him gallantly into battle, ready to give their lives to protect future generations, and end this war for good. Sebedeus attacked with such brute force that he shattered Gordis' weak defenses. He quickly pushed up into the Emerald Valley, where they held a four day siege of Staalgarde. In the end, Gordis decided to surrender. He was out of money to pay the mercenaries, his people hated him, and his wife was pregnant with their first child.
Sebedeus saw the plight of a man cornered by his own people, his own men, and his own conscience. He was merciless, but Sebedeus would be merciful. He allowed Gordis to surrender under the condition that he must destroy all of Hjalmar's notes, and officially relinquish their family's lust for the throne. Commander Gordis willingly agreed, and the biggest, bloodiest battle in Falskaar's history had come to a close.
The war left its irreversable mark. Countless men had died over one mans greed. Though, worst of all, many chose to leave Falskaar. During the war, and in the following years, nearly a third of Falskaar's inhabitants left, seeking refuge back in Tamriel. This had an irreversible effect on Falskaar, and ever since its population has continued to slowly decline. Before the wars, our people flourished. However, because of them, one day man may very well cease to inhabit this land. The hearts mighty power will fade, and Falskaar will once again return to its barren, frigid state.