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    Default Ancient Seal Needs Unlocked

    Hey I need some help unlocking this seal. It has language written on it very ancient and is unlocked by speaking the language so far can only get this. I have a feeling it was locked by saying backwards so I will show both. If anyone can translate this into English it would be helpful.

    Here is the language
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    one is it playing backwards and the other normal.

    Any help would be appreciated.

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    Also the letters light up when spoken i want to note that. Even still when light up they do not open Im curious if anyone knows of this and how to unlock them.

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    Give me a few days and you'll have an answer. If, I'm correct, it's a dialect of a demonic language. It's either that or Sumerian, but I doubt on the 2nd very highly. I have a few sources that can help me with this.
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