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What language do those in LaMut speak

From: Raymond E. Feist
Date: 24 February 1998

LaMut has a "local" language in part due to the immigration of Tsurani to the area. In the time of the book, they speak "Yabonese" as well as The King's Tongue, because Yabon had once been a Keshian province, part of the fallen Keshian province of Bosania.

Best, R.E.F.


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