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Honestly, Michael Kramer does a pretty good job of Nightblood in Oathbreaker.  Since I'm reading Warbreaker after I've read and listened to OB, I have his version in my head now.

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Nightblood is similar to Jack (aka Sumarbrandar) from Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard. Both are slightly annoying, but skilled and eager. So I  think it would make sense that Nightblood sounds like an angsty, but refined teenager.

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I always imagined a Navi-like voice. Not as high pitched, but similar.

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I gave him a very high-pitched, very Cockney accent while in the sheath. Maybe like Ray Winstone on helium.

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Well, I listened to the audiobooks because I had them in my library so I just think that they Nightblood sounds like what Michael Kramer made them sound like.

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On 3/17/2020 at 2:10 PM, StoneBound said:

Well, I listened to the audiobooks because I had them in my library so I just think that they Nightblood sounds like what Michael Kramer made them sound like.

That is starting to happen to me as well because I read the audio books.  I am worried about reading skyward that way now even though I have it because what if they do Spensa wrong?

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Now that I am thinking about it, if I hadn't listened to the book first, I would have probably given Nightblood the voice Matt Mercer gives Craven edge.

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BMo from Adventure Time, but without the accent.

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