If you've ever rp'd a draenei (or multiple) for a long time like I have, you probably know that there isn't a lot of material. What you get is beautiful - they have such interesting backgrounds - but the lack of material leaves a lot of open gaps. If you're in here, you're interested in learning a bit more, maybe.
We have been away from Argus for 25,000 years. It's unclear when we landed on Draenor in Oshu'gun, and for how long we lived on Draenor before most of us left on the Exodar for Light-knows-where, now known as Azeroth.
And our language sounds like demon-speak, and it's very hard to use in rp without having another draenei present. Evidence exists of a more beautiful language in the greetings of the npcs, but it is very poorly expanded on, if at all.
That's why I created this language. It's a mix between usual draenei phonetics AND actual greek language, the idea of which I credit to Farseer Aurhia of The Venture Co. She had some of my original ideas (Argus and Argos, anyone?) and really set the ball rolling. I took the idea and ran with it. Now, I have a language to share that you can pepper your roleplaying with in any way you please.
Akata'eros/eras - Male/female rogue.
Apsid'eros/eras - Male/female Death Knight (actually means 'animated').
Epolto'eros/eras - Male/female paladin. Also Eiatro, Eiostra. Epolto means vindicator, Eiatro means mender, and Eiostra means protector. Draenei have a large focus around paladins.
Kalon'eros/eras - Male/female warlock.
Kyni'eros/eras - Male/female hunter.
Paraxen'eros/eras - Male/female magic user (mage). Colloquially, a 'paraxen' is a magic user with good intent, and a 'kalon' is a magic user with evil intent. A warlock could be a paraxen, and a mage could be a kalon.
Polemi'eros/eras - Male/female warrior.
Peithra'eros/eras - Male/female monk.
Opado/Ieila - Priest/priestess. Draenei have their own titles for priests - this translates to 'anchorite' in common.
Zomeno'eros/eras - Finally, shaman. Zomeno means 'user', used in a derogatory manner like the english 'tool'. The correct, honorable title for shaman would be a paraxen or polemi, given their specialization.
PEOPLE: There is no actual organization here except for on race. Sorry for confusion.
Vrachei – The humans (ambitious ones).
Dastrei - The dwarves (shaggy ones).
Draenei – The exiled ones (seriously?).
Kotikei – Elves (general use). Kaldorei, night elves. Queldorei, high elves. And so on…
Mikrei – Gnomes (short ones).
Evkanei – Worgen (wild ones).
I would like to note that there is no word for ‘pandaren’. It is simply ‘Pandaren’.