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La Galissonniere

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Not just benches, but a BICYCLE. ON A BOAT. I couldn't figure out how to get a pic in, but just after X turret there's a bike. 

 

Also, how in the heck do you pronounce Galissonniere? 

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Also, how in the heck do you pronounce Galissonniere? 

 

You pronounce it Galissonniere. 

 

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PrntScr (printscreen) is your best friend. In the game files, there will be a screenshots folder.

 

 

 

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I prefer La This-ship-friggin-sucks

 

I prefer La Galissonniere somehow...sound less angry, more French. 

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I prefer La Galissonniere somehow...sound less angry, more French. 

 

La Gasoline

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La Gasoline

 

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Also, how in the heck do you pronounce Galissonniere? 

 

La (sound you make when you sing a song)

 

Gal (thing you call a girl)

i ("ee" sound)

ssonn (pronounced like "sun")

ière (like hare, but with a "y" in front)

 

Add a slight hint of French-ness and you're pronouncing it like une personne Français

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La (sound you make when you sing a song)

 

Gal (thing you call a girl)

i ("ee" sound)

ssonn (pronounced like "sun")

ière (like hare, but with a "y" in front)

 

Add a slight hint of French-ness and you're pronouncing it like une personne Français

 

I would rather say "sson" pronounce like "son" 

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