This is where you can upload your Redguard voice auditions. Please keep this thread only for auditions - feedback and other comments relating to voice work can be posted in the hub thread.
http://www.uesp.net/wiki/Morrowind:Kaye An Argonian named Okur in Hla Oad has asked for our aid. This devout follower of the Nine is sensitive to spirits of the otherworld, and she says she is being visited by the ghost of a murder victim. The guards can't do anything in such cases. Go and speak with Okur. Here's some gold for expenses. If possible, discover the nature of the crime, and bring justice to the wronged spirit so it can be laid to rest. http://www.uesp.net/wiki/Morrowind:Jeanne Just recently, a dwarven spirit appeared in my shop. I don't know why it's here, or what it wants, but it scares off all of my customers. This guard won't do a thing about it; he thinks it would be bad luck to disturb the spirit. If you can get rid of the thing, I'd be very grateful.
Here are a few examples of Redguard voices.
Redgaurds of Tamriel come in three flavors, but nearly all of them in Morrowind will sound 'American black'.
The rarest Redguard voice type encountered in Morrowind would sound African - the nobles of Hammerfell would keep the language and culture of Yokuda alive, but would have little reason to leave Hammerfell. A few of the nobles, or publicans and clergy coming from upper-class Hammerfell families may speak like this. These accents would sound West African, like Ghana. Possibly even Kenyan or Zulu if one is proficient in those accents (though they are not West African). Very precisely spoken and clean.
Most members of the Yokudan Diaspora you would find in Morrowind have been influenced by the language and culture of the Imperials, which themselves sound more 'American'. African language intonation influenced by American dialects becomes as American black. Don't confuse this with 'ebonics' or 'slang'. Think Logan Cunningham (Rucks from Bastion), Erik Dellums (Three Dog from Fallout 3 and Nazir from Skyrim), James Earl Jones as Mufasa. Or for women, well-spoken American black women like Oprah Winfrey, Etta James or Angela Bassett. Most of the Redguards encountered in Morrowind should have this accent.
A few of the Redguard seafarer folk that stick nearer the Altmer, Breton, or 'noble' Imperial influences would pick up accents like the Creole accents of the Caribbean. These accents would be rare in Morrowind, but perhaps a few mariner NPCs would have these accents.