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Skroth is the language used by the White Walkers in the television adaptation Game of Thrones. Peter Brown, the sound designer for the show, developed the sound of the language, which resembles the breaking of ice. In the Prologue of A Game of Thrones, Will hears an Other whose voice is like the cracking of ice on a winter lake.
David J. Peterson, who developed the Dothraki and High Valyrian languages for the show, also created a spoken version of Skroth, but it was not used.
- ↑ Entertainment Weekly: Game of Thrones': How producers pulled off 'Blackwater'
- ↑ A Game of Thrones, Prologue.
- ↑ Dothraki.com: Ei Mahrazhi’th Drivoe