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Ariane is about 21 and has a more highpitched voice.
Here's an older trailer for the comic I made on youtube. It would look somehow like this. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=By-fWjgoXE0
The introtext is here: (more examples of her personal slang are in the comics)
"Hello darlings, here's your favourite doomwitch, Ariane Eldar. Groupie of the great old ones, professional yog-sothothian witch and protodoom gogo expert.
I was down in that little-little local theater, and you know my act isn't family-show-and-blah. I was stripped, whipped, tied, chained and spanked, and my foes died gruesome-gruesome deaths on stage until the audience in the first row was trenched in fake blood. Pffft, big success, and we had great-great party then, all up for sex, drugs and rock'n roll. I was already prepared to do some bolty-bolting, and went for little witches, but spank me, I had to much of that pills mixed with gin and went down and out in the dark. Shoggoth-poo, I didn't miss the party, did I?"
More details if you want them:
(If you ask for a similar voice: I imagine she sounds as Lady Jo Meek from Julian's Treatment (not to be confused with their other singer, Lady Alta), or, probably better known, maybe young Grace Slick or young Myrna Loy.)
Anyway, the pitch isn't much concern as I could raise it with filters or the vocoder. More difficult would be her rather strong accent. As femme fatale she speaks the fake accent of that profession, which sounds vaguely east-european (not russian), maybe romanian. Greek might work as well. She speaks normal speed, oftens a bit faster, but not that slow as we now it from other comparable fictional characters like Natasha Fatale or Lola Pagola.
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