History Main / TheVoiceless

12th Oct '17 2:18:15 PM DustSnitch
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* The characters of ''WebComic/ALoonaticsTale'' write the newsposts, and post on the forums, in character. Miya communicates entirely through image macros in this format, never typing out actual dialogue despite clearly being able to.
12th Oct '17 12:16:17 PM DustSnitch
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* In ''WesternAnimation/TheOldLadyAndThePigeons'' the only characters that speak in the short are the American tourists. Everyone else is either silent or only "talks" in vague sighs and mumbles.
* In ''WesternAnimation/Faeries1999'' one of the titular faeries never speaks.
* ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'' features several characters that appear prominently in the foreground but never speak. Despite being a major plot point, Mr. Otterton is never shown speaking; Kevin and Raymond who capture Nick and Judy and bring them to Mr. Big only have a few angry growls and a deep-voiced chuckle; most of the ZPD officers in the bullpen do not speak; and Gazelle's tiger dancers are [[{{Fanservice}} silent eye candy]].

to:

* In ''WesternAnimation/TheOldLadyAndThePigeons'' ''WesternAnimation/TheOldLadyAndThePigeons'', the only characters that speak in the short are the American tourists. Everyone else is either silent or only "talks" in vague sighs and mumbles.
* %%* In ''WesternAnimation/Faeries1999'' one of the titular faeries never speaks.
* ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'' features several characters that appear prominently in Ironically, the foreground but human character from ''WesternAnimation/AnimalFarm1954'' never speak. Despite being a major plot point, Mr. Otterton is never shown speaking; Kevin and Raymond who capture Nick and Judy and bring them to Mr. Big only have a few angry growls and a deep-voiced chuckle; most of speaks on-screen while his pigs spend the ZPD officers in the bullpen do not speak; and Gazelle's tiger dancers are [[{{Fanservice}} silent eye candy]]. whole film talking to each other.
10th Oct '17 5:52:55 PM nombretomado
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* Stanley, the title character in JerryLewis' ''The Bell Boy'', doesn't say a word until the very end of the film (although Lewis, in a dual role, also appears as himself and speaks while doing so).

to:

* Stanley, the title character in JerryLewis' Creator/JerryLewis' ''The Bell Boy'', doesn't say a word until the very end of the film (although Lewis, in a dual role, also appears as himself and speaks while doing so).
8th Oct '17 5:38:29 PM Sharlee
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* The war god Tempus of the ''TabletopGame/ForgottenRealms'' never speaks in front of mortals, aside from grunts or exertion or growls of aggression when fighting. WordOfGod is that this deity was designed to be very mysterious, in contrast to most mythic war-gods.

to:

* The war god Tempus of the ''TabletopGame/ForgottenRealms'' never speaks in front of mortals, aside from grunts or of exertion or growls of aggression when fighting. WordOfGod is that this deity was designed to be very mysterious, in contrast to most mythic war-gods.
8th Oct '17 5:37:40 PM Sharlee
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* The war god Tempus of the ''TabletopGame/ForgottenRealms'' never speaks in front of mortals, aside from grunts or exertion or growls of aggression when fighting. WordOfGod is that this deity was designed to be very mysterious, in contrast to most mythic war-gods.
1st Oct '17 11:21:29 AM DustSnitch
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* In ''VideoGame/YuGiOhReshefOfDestruction'', Reshef only speaks in ellipses.
* Vegetoids in ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'' ''claim'' to be this, by saying "Plants Can't Talk, Dummy" if you try to talk to them during combat. But they clearly can talk, as they say a different line every round. It's never made clear why they claim they can't.

to:

* %%* In ''VideoGame/YuGiOhReshefOfDestruction'', Reshef only speaks in ellipses.
* %%* Vegetoids in ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'' ''claim'' to be this, by saying "Plants Can't Talk, Dummy" if you try to talk to them during combat. But they clearly can talk, as they say a different line every round. It's never made clear why they claim they can't.



* In ''VideoGame/YuGiOhDuelLinks'' the Vagabond communicates in ellipses.

to:

* %%* In ''VideoGame/YuGiOhDuelLinks'' the Vagabond communicates in ellipses.


Added DiffLines:

* ''VideoGame/Amagami'': Nanasaki's brother, Ikuo, whose lines are all represented as elipses. Inexplicably, the other characters appear fully capable of understanding him. Averted in the sequel, ''Anime/{{Seiren}}'', where he is [[SuddenlyVoiced fully voiced]].
29th Sep '17 9:18:35 PM DustSnitch
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* Kimi Milard is this on ''Series/{{Alphas}}'', which is ironic because her alpha ability involves her voice.

to:

* Ironically, Kimi Milard of ''Series/{{Alphas}}'' is this on ''Series/{{Alphas}}'', which is ironic because never heard on-screen despite the voice being the center of her alpha ability involves her voice.power. She [[OhCrap steadily walks up]], whispers something (inaudible to the audience) into the victim's ear, forces them to kill themselves ...and appears to enjoy it. However, she has no dialogue beyond this.
26th Sep '17 1:16:13 PM DustSnitch
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* Taarna, the heroine of the final story of the 1981 movie ''WesternAnimation/HeavyMetal'', never speaks. Whether she can't or merely won't, however, is never explained. Strangely, this actually makes her the most interesting character in the movie.

to:

* %%* Taarna, the heroine of the final story of the 1981 movie ''WesternAnimation/HeavyMetal'', never speaks. Whether she can't or merely won't, however, is never explained. Strangely, this actually makes her the most interesting character in the movie.



* Spike from ''WesternAnimation/TheLandBeforeTime'' is voiceless, only speaking in squawks and grunts. The only instants he speaks are when his sister falls down a ledge ("[[SayMyName DUCKY!]]") and when he breaks through thin ice ("[[IWantMyMommy MOM!]]") Justified because he's a baby, and adult Stegosaurs in the films are shown to be perfectly capable of speech.
* [[CuteMute Dopey]] from ''Disney/SnowWhite'' doesn't speak at all, though he is quite expressive. Happy explains that Dopey doesn't know whether he can talk, because he never tried. The only sounds he ever made in the movie are a one-shot yell upon mistaking Snow White for a sleeping monster, a few hiccups during the Washing Song, whimpering like a dog in his sleep, and most notably, crying when he and the other dwarfs think Snow White died.
* ''Disney/{{Dumbo}}'' as well. Also justified because of his young age.

to:

* %%* Spike from ''WesternAnimation/TheLandBeforeTime'' is voiceless, only speaking in squawks and grunts. The only instants he speaks are when his sister falls down a ledge ("[[SayMyName DUCKY!]]") and when he breaks through thin ice ("[[IWantMyMommy MOM!]]") Justified because he's a baby, and adult Stegosaurs in the films are shown to be perfectly capable of speech.
* %%* [[CuteMute Dopey]] from ''Disney/SnowWhite'' doesn't speak at all, though he is quite expressive. Happy explains that Dopey doesn't know whether he can talk, because he never tried. The only sounds he ever made in the movie are a one-shot yell upon mistaking Snow White for a sleeping monster, a few hiccups during the Washing Song, whimpering like a dog in his sleep, and most notably, crying when he and the other dwarfs think Snow White died.
* %%* ''Disney/{{Dumbo}}'' as well. Also justified because of never learned to speak, due to his young age.age, so he doesn't get a line in his own movie.



* ''Franchise/StarWars'':
** Boba Fett spoke a total of 28 words in the original ''Franchise/StarWars'' trilogy. (Twenty-nine if you count the scream he made when he fell into the Scarlacc Pit.) He spoke a great deal more in ''Film/AttackOfTheClones''.
** Darth Maul spoke only slighty more. He spoke a total of 34 words in ''Film/ThePhantomMenace'', all but three of them in one scene. [[spoiler: This is averted in his later appearances in ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars'' and ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsRebels'', where he is given more lines.]]
** In the final five minutes of ''Film/TheForceAwakens'', we finally see [[spoiler:Luke Skywalker, the protagonist of the Original Trilogy--in which he normally averts this trope--who has been [[ChekhovMIA mentioned frequently throughout the film but never seen up to this point]], turning around to meet Rey and not speaking a word at all.]]

to:

* ''Franchise/StarWars'':
** Boba Fett spoke a total of 28 words in the original ''Franchise/StarWars'' trilogy. (Twenty-nine if you count the scream he made when he fell into the Scarlacc Pit.) He spoke a great deal more in ''Film/AttackOfTheClones''.
** Darth Maul spoke only slighty more. He spoke a total of 34 words in ''Film/ThePhantomMenace'', all but three of them in one scene. [[spoiler: This is averted in his later appearances in ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars'' and ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsRebels'', where he is given more lines.]]
**
%%* In the final five minutes of ''Film/TheForceAwakens'', we finally see [[spoiler:Luke Skywalker, the protagonist of the Original Trilogy--in which he normally averts this trope--who has been [[ChekhovMIA mentioned frequently throughout the film but never seen up to this point]], turning around to meet Rey and not speaking a word at all.]]



* The Thin Man, played by Creator/CrispinGlover, in the ''Film/CharliesAngels'' films.

to:

* %%* The Thin Man, played by Creator/CrispinGlover, in the ''Film/CharliesAngels'' films.



* Nate from ''Webcomic/BobAndGeorge'' actually cannot talk at all, save for the line "Behind you, doofus", back when he was just a Yellow Demon (and presumably before the author decided on that character quirk), and when they were all in a computer. He communicates with [[TalkingWithSigns signs that come out of nowhere]], so it doesn't really matter.

to:

* Although he does have the ability of speech, Harvey of Webcomic/{{AACIAN}} has not spoken once. There's the occasional grunt every now and then, but nothing more.
%%* Black, during his internship at the Leafy Bar in ''Webcomic/{{Bard}}''. He spoke ''exactly'' once, and that was when he was offered another position. [[http://barred.smackjeeves.com/comics/647477/dear-lord-the-speechbubbles/ Not so dramatic now]] are you, Black?
* ''Webcomic/BasicInstructions'' has the ComicallyInvincibleHero Rocket Hat, who never moves or speaks when the audience can see him.
%%*
Nate from ''Webcomic/BobAndGeorge'' actually cannot talk at all, save for the line "Behind you, doofus", back when he was just a Yellow Demon (and presumably before the author decided on that character quirk), and when they were all in a computer. He communicates with [[TalkingWithSigns signs that come out of nowhere]], so it doesn't really matter.matter.
%%* The title character from ''[[http://www.funkyhorror.com The Egregious Adventures of the Wom Wom Coconut]]'', i.e., the coconut, never speaks. Its only direct mode of expression is the "wom wom" sound it makes while hovering. Anything the coconut "says" is described, not quoted, by the narrator.
* Scut from ''Webcomic/{{Gnoph}}'' refuses to say anything apart from 'Kyuu!' and 'Ki!' (or variants thereof) except for one line, which was 'I'm sorry.'
* ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'''s Fefetasprite, an [[FusionDance amalgam of two incredibly social characters]], is only seen communicating through emotes. Despite this, her close friend Roxy describes her as quite the jabberjaw when recalling their off-panel conversations.
%%* In ''Webcomic/QuestionDuck'', all the humans about the duck. Partly, perhaps, because of the difficulty of answering its off-the-wall questions. Except for #100 and #200. And in #277, while LeaningOnTheFourthWall after a ScheduleSlip, one human asks where the duck and the man with him have been.
* Brother Finland of ''Webcomic/ScandinaviaAndTheWorld'' was at first depicted as physically mute, communicating his thoughts with [[KnifeNut threatening knife gestures]] or the occasional (usually noverbal) sign. His only actual word was [[ForeignCussWord perkele]]. Later comics have revealed that he ''can'' speak both Finnish and, to his eternal shame, Swedish -- it's just that he really, really hates talking, and avoids it whenever possible. Sister Finland, on the other hand, still hasn't spoken a single word in the comic.
%%* Buddha is one of these in ''Webcomic/{{Sinfest}}'', serving as a comparison for the in-your-face Devil and the DeadpanSnarker / {{Cloudcuckoolander}} God.
%%* Aylee from ''Webcomic/SluggyFreelance'' suffers through a period of this after [[spoiler: having her throat slit by Oasis.]]
%%* The ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'' 4koma series [[http://danbooru.donmai.us/pool/show/1740 Journal]] (warning: link leads to Danbooru, and thus may be NSFW, although the series itself is fine) involves several silent characters, most noticeably the main character Hakurei Reimu. As more silent characters are introduced later on, it seems that [[spoiler: they are able to perfectly communicate with one another without words]], often baffling those around them.



* In ''Webcomic/WastelandersAnonymous'' none of the the plague doctors talk, although it becomes obvious they are capable of speech [[spoiler:after Felix loses his mask.]]
* Emm from ''Webcomic/TheWisdomOfMoo'' is an odd example. She speaks frequently, but ''never'' as herself -- she's a ventriloquist who speaks only through her cow hand puppet, the eponymous Moo. Later on, she had to talk when Moo was in the wash, and made her shirt-sleeve into a makeshift sock puppet to do so... [[spoiler: then ran away when she accidentally spoke for herself, rather than through a puppet.]]



* The title character from ''[[http://www.funkyhorror.com The Egregious Adventures of the Wom Wom Coconut]]'', i.e., the coconut, never speaks. Its only direct mode of expression is the "wom wom" sound it makes while hovering. Anything the coconut "says" is described, not quoted, by the narrator.
* Emm from ''Webcomic/TheWisdomOfMoo'' is an odd example. She speaks frequently, but ''never'' as herself -- she's a ventriloquist who speaks only through her cow hand puppet, the eponymous Moo. Later on, she had to talk when Moo was in the wash, and made her shirt-sleeve into a makeshift sock puppet to do so... [[spoiler: then ran away when she accidentally spoke for herself, rather than through a puppet.]]
* Aylee from ''Webcomic/SluggyFreelance'' suffers through a period of this after [[spoiler: having her throat slit by Oasis.]]
* Buddha is one of these in ''Webcomic/{{Sinfest}}'', serving as a comparison for the in-your-face Devil and the DeadpanSnarker / {{Cloudcuckoolander}} God.
* Scut from ''Webcomic/{{Gnoph}}'' never says anything apart from 'Kyuu!' and 'Ki!' (or variants thereof) except for one line, which was 'I'm sorry.'
* Black, during his internship at the Leafy Bar in ''Webcomic/{{Bard}}''. He spoke ''exactly'' once, and that was when he was offered another position. [[http://barred.smackjeeves.com/comics/647477/dear-lord-the-speechbubbles/ Not so dramatic now]] are you, Black?
* The ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'' 4koma series [[http://danbooru.donmai.us/pool/show/1740 Journal]] (warning: link leads to Danbooru, and thus may be NSFW, although the series itself is fine) involves several silent characters, most noticeably the main character Hakurei Reimu. As more silent characters are introduced later on, it seems that [[spoiler: they are able to perfectly communicate with one another without words]], often baffling those around them.
* Stumps from ''Webcomic/BeyondTheCanopy''.
* 3 from ''Webcomic/APathToGreaterGood''.
* In ''Webcomic/WakeTheSleepers'', Ren appears as this until the end of the chapter.
* In ''Webcomic/QuestionDuck'', all the humans about the duck. Partly, perhaps, because of the difficulty of answering its off-the-wall questions. Except for #100 and #200. And in #277, while LeaningOnTheFourthWall after a ScheduleSlip, one human asks where the duck and the man with him have been.
* ''Webcomic/BittersweetCandyBowl'' has Amaya.
* ''Webcomic/MonsterPulse'': Greenie's kid.
* Brother Finland of ''Webcomic/ScandinaviaAndTheWorld'' was at first depicted as physically mute, communicating his thoughts with [[KnifeNut threatening knife gestures]] or the occasional (usually noverbal) sign. His only actual word was [[ForeignCussWord perkele]]. Later comics have revealed that he ''can'' speak both Finnish and, to his eternal shame, Swedish -- it's just that he really, really hates talking, and avoids it whenever possible. Sister Finland, on the other hand, still hasn't spoken a single word in the comic.
* [[spoiler:Fefetasprite]] in ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'' is only seen communicating through emotes. Though according to Roxy, [[TwoBeingsOneBody they]] technically ''can'' talk, and is apparently quite the jabberjaw.

to:

* The title character from ''[[http://www.funkyhorror.com The Egregious Adventures of the Wom Wom Coconut]]'', i.e., the coconut, never speaks. Its only direct mode of expression is the "wom wom" sound it makes while hovering. Anything the coconut "says" is described, not quoted, by the narrator.
* Emm from ''Webcomic/TheWisdomOfMoo'' is an odd example. She speaks frequently, but ''never'' as herself -- she's a ventriloquist who speaks only through her cow hand puppet, the eponymous Moo. Later on, she had to talk when Moo was in the wash, and made her shirt-sleeve into a makeshift sock puppet to do so... [[spoiler: then ran away when she accidentally spoke for herself, rather than through a puppet.]]
* Aylee from ''Webcomic/SluggyFreelance'' suffers through a period of this after [[spoiler: having her throat slit by Oasis.]]
* Buddha is one of these in ''Webcomic/{{Sinfest}}'', serving as a comparison for the in-your-face Devil and the DeadpanSnarker / {{Cloudcuckoolander}} God.
* Scut from ''Webcomic/{{Gnoph}}'' never says anything apart from 'Kyuu!' and 'Ki!' (or variants thereof) except for one line, which was 'I'm sorry.'
* Black, during his internship at the Leafy Bar in ''Webcomic/{{Bard}}''. He spoke ''exactly'' once, and that was when he was offered another position. [[http://barred.smackjeeves.com/comics/647477/dear-lord-the-speechbubbles/ Not so dramatic now]] are you, Black?
* The ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'' 4koma series [[http://danbooru.donmai.us/pool/show/1740 Journal]] (warning: link leads to Danbooru, and thus may be NSFW, although the series itself is fine) involves several silent characters, most noticeably the main character Hakurei Reimu. As more silent characters are introduced later on, it seems that [[spoiler: they are able to perfectly communicate with one another without words]], often baffling those around them.
*
%%* Stumps from ''Webcomic/BeyondTheCanopy''.
* %%* 3 from ''Webcomic/APathToGreaterGood''.
* %%* In ''Webcomic/WakeTheSleepers'', Ren appears as this until the end of the chapter.
* In ''Webcomic/QuestionDuck'', all the humans about the duck. Partly, perhaps, because of the difficulty of answering its off-the-wall questions. Except for #100 and #200. And in #277, while LeaningOnTheFourthWall after a ScheduleSlip, one human asks where the duck and the man with him have been.
*
%%* ''Webcomic/BittersweetCandyBowl'' has Amaya.
* %%* ''Webcomic/MonsterPulse'': Greenie's kid.
* Brother Finland of ''Webcomic/ScandinaviaAndTheWorld'' was at first depicted as physically mute, communicating his thoughts with [[KnifeNut threatening knife gestures]] or the occasional (usually noverbal) sign. His only actual word was [[ForeignCussWord perkele]]. Later comics have revealed that he ''can'' speak both Finnish and, to his eternal shame, Swedish -- it's just that he really, really hates talking, and avoids it whenever possible. Sister Finland, on the other hand, still hasn't spoken a single word in the comic.
* [[spoiler:Fefetasprite]] in ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'' is only seen communicating through emotes. Though according to Roxy, [[TwoBeingsOneBody they]] technically ''can'' talk, and is apparently quite the jabberjaw.
kid.



* Jason from ''Webcomic/{{Transmission}}''.
* J from ''Webcomic/{{Operation Reboot}}'' has apparently said a lot off panel but hasn't said a word [[http://enchantedpencil.com/webcomic/?webcomic1=009-his-nickname-is-j/ on panel]]
* Adam in ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'' starts out like this, thanks to being an imperfectly-made Construct, but gets better after being repaired by Gil.
* The unfortunate red earth pony officer in ''Webcomic/StarMares'' who appears to be the recipient of nearly every bit of slapstick the galaxy has to offer has yet to say anything - although her equally unlucky twin sister has. Considering the amount of blunt force trauma she's been subjected to, it's questionable whether she is this or TheSpeechless.
* In ''Webcomic/WastelandersAnonymous'' none of the the plague doctors talk, though [[spoiler: after Felix loses his mask, it turns out they are quite capable of speaking and just don't when in uniform.]]
* ''Webcomic/BasicInstructions'' has the ComicallyInvincibleHero Rocket Hat, who never moves or speaks when the audience can see him.
* Being based on cartoons from [[UsefulNotes/TheSilentAgeOfAnimation The Silent Age of Animation]], the cast of ''Webcomic/SilentSillies'', for the most part, never say a word.

to:

* %%* Jason from ''Webcomic/{{Transmission}}''.
* J from ''Webcomic/{{Operation Reboot}}'' has apparently said a lot off panel but hasn't said a word [[http://enchantedpencil.com/webcomic/?webcomic1=009-his-nickname-is-j/ on panel]]
*
panel]].
%%*
Adam in ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'' starts out like this, thanks to being an imperfectly-made Construct, but gets better after being repaired by Gil.
* %%* The unfortunate red earth pony officer in ''Webcomic/StarMares'' who appears to be the recipient of nearly every bit of slapstick the galaxy has to offer has yet to say anything - although her equally unlucky twin sister has. Considering the amount of blunt force trauma she's been subjected to, it's questionable whether she is this or TheSpeechless.
* In ''Webcomic/WastelandersAnonymous'' none of the the plague doctors talk, though [[spoiler: after Felix loses his mask, it turns out they are quite capable of speaking and just don't when in uniform.]]
* ''Webcomic/BasicInstructions'' has the ComicallyInvincibleHero Rocket Hat, who never moves or speaks when the audience can see him.
*
%%* Being based on cartoons from [[UsefulNotes/TheSilentAgeOfAnimation The Silent Age of Animation]], the cast of ''Webcomic/SilentSillies'', for the most part, never say a word.
12th Sep '17 5:56:15 PM nombretomado
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* ''TheArtist'', the almost-but-not-quite "silent film", features an interesting twist on this trope. It is mostly a silent film where we can't hear characters speak except in inter-titles. However, in a dream sequence, we find that suddenly the world has sound (which we can hear), except that our hero finds he cannot speak, despite trying to. At the very end of the film he speaks, audibly, for the first time - indicating that [[spoiler:he has now accepted the inevitability of people talking in movies]]. We are also surprised by [[spoiler:the fact he has a strong French accent]], which may explain earlier reluctance to appear in talkies.

to:

* ''TheArtist'', ''Film/TheArtist'', the almost-but-not-quite "silent film", features an interesting twist on this trope. It is mostly a silent film where we can't hear characters speak except in inter-titles. However, in a dream sequence, we find that suddenly the world has sound (which we can hear), except that our hero finds he cannot speak, despite trying to. At the very end of the film he speaks, audibly, for the first time - indicating that [[spoiler:he has now accepted the inevitability of people talking in movies]]. We are also surprised by [[spoiler:the fact he has a strong French accent]], which may explain earlier reluctance to appear in talkies.
4th Sep '17 9:40:56 AM Ambaryerno
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** ''Film/{{Logan}}''. Laura appears to be a CuteMute, though Charles Xavier is apparently communicating with her via telepathy. [[spoiler:After Charles dies]] Logan gets a shock when Laura throws a diatribe of Spanglish at him. According to WordOfGod, her silence was to avoid the character becoming the usual sardonic KidSidekick. InUniverse, a translation of her first rant reveals that Laura willfully ''chose'' to remain silent around Logan; when she blows up at him she pointedly asks why he expects her to talk to him, when all he's done the entire film is yell at her, insult her, or try to abandon her.



* ''Film/{{Logan}}''. Laura appears to be a CuteMute, though Charles Xavier is apparently communicating with her via telepathy. [[spoiler:After Charles dies]] Logan gets a shock when Laura throws a diatribe of Spanglish at him. According to WordOfGod, her silence was to avoid the character becoming the usual sardonic KidSidekick. InUniverse it's presumably because Laura's English is poor and Logan doesn't speak Spanish, plus neither character is much into casual conversation.
This list shows the last 10 events of 320. Show all.
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/article_history.php?article=Main.TheVoiceless