Teh Brawler wrote:
It’s far too deep for someone of that kind of build to sound natural, it has a dramatic flaire to it that just makes it sound cheesy and fake, and if there were any voice to make me completely unable to trust a person, it would be that one. Sorry, but for a character like the nurse, that voice is a death sentence to me.
I’m still not following you. (I considered letting it go, but then I figured I might as well questions some more for the page get because those are so important.)
- Deep: I’ve always had a very deep voice, even when I was rail-thin in high school (6’4" (193 cm.) and 180 lbs. (82 kg.)) and I don’t think it’s even the height, as I’ve known some very short people with deep voices as well. I think anyone of any build can have just about any voice, but maybe there was something you were thinking of that I was not?
- Flair[e]: I always got the impression, especially in Emi’s route, that Nurse tends toward the dramatic, not to mention a lot of sarcasm. If anything, I thought it was slightly lacking in dramatic flair.
- Trust: I’m sure I do it more than I realize, but I don’t think of myself as the type to decide what a person’s character is like based on first impressions, such as facial appearance, physical build, or tone of voice. In the case of voice in particular, I think it may have something to do with my Asperger’s, but I’ve never been good at reading tone of voice in any case. Sometimes I think that’s why I like online interaction with people so much: all the voice and body language cues that confuse me aren’t there, and I can be justified in dealing only with words qua words.
- Death sentence: Wat?