Romans "Confestim faciam" inconsistent pronunciation

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  • GAME BUILD #: 101.102.18071.0 (#83607) 11179620
  • GAME PLATFORM: Steam
  • OPERATING SYSTEM: Windows 10

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The pronunciation of ā€œConfestim faciamā€ quote from Romans is inconsistent:

  • Male villagers say ā€œConfestim faciamā€
  • Female villagers say ā€œConfestim faziamā€
  • Monks say ā€œConfestim fatiamā€

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  • 100% of the time / matches I play (ALWAYS)

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Hereā€™s the steps to reproduce the issue:

  1. Start a match in AOE2 (not Return of Rome) playing as Romans with a male villager, a female villager and a monk
  2. Click on the male villager, and right-click on an empty location on the map until you hear ā€œConfestim faciamā€
  3. Click on the male villager, and right-click on an empty location on the map until you hear ā€œConfestim faziamā€
  4. Click on the male villager, and right-click on an empty location on the map until you hear ā€œConfestim fatiamā€

:arrow_forward: EXPECTED RESULT

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The correct pronunciation must be the one used by the male villager: ā€œConfestim faciamā€

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Female villager

Male villager

Monk

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The monk sounds correct as the male villager, if not as clear. Femaleā€™s voice I shall say is not correct, ā€˜ciā€™ should be pronounced as ā€˜chiā€™ in 'chicken" if using ############## (Italian-based church) pronunciation. (Donā€™t understand why Microsoft censored the eccle- word).