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I say it so it rhymes with hot, although in my accent it'd sound like it was being spoken by someone with an english accent.
Hmm... I should probably just pronounce it like a shortened version of protection now that I think about it. Saying it another way doesn't really make sense (but honestly, who actually says protection or restoration or any of those ridiculously long spec names).
73 Tauren Druid
I always said "Prawt", and most other people I heard called it Prawt, but then my current GM says it Prote (like oat) and I was like wtf, it's prawt, and then I was like protection, prawt....
Prot make sense because the only reason you would say it Prote is if you did not drop the E. It is a simple matter of vowel placement. Since Prot drops the E, the O becomes a hard O as opposed to a soft O as no other vowel follows after it. For example with the letter O, say these two words: Not Note. Exact same thing happening here.
I say Prot that rhymes with throat. Although thinking about it to rhyme with throat wouldn't it have to be Prote?
Confounding english language thou art a gull catching jack-a-nape!
Edited by Adimar on 2/22/2012 6:18 AM PST
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