Some fans were not happy with the voice of Dragonborn in Solasta: Crown of the Magister, hoping for some sort of a change. Unfortunately, this will not happen.
Solasta: Crown of the Magister is a faithful recreation of a DnD tabletop adventure but just like everything else in the known universe - it is not perfect.
One of the most recent complaints from the fans is the voice of the Dragonborn race as it sounds too human, which ends up being a bit odd when paired with their reptilian appearance.
In an interview with Tactical Adventures , we had an opportunity to ask whether the team had any plans to alter these sounds in the future.
Unfortunately for the fans who hoped for some kind of alteration through a filter, this will not be happening because the devs didn't feel like voice synthesis or filters would do the voice actors any justice.
Meanwhile, the option to re-record all the lines just for the Dragonborn probably never looked feasible even to the fans, given the amount of work that would need to be done just for one race.
This especially rings true when you consider the amount of work Tactical Adventures put into the game so far with a team of just 30 people. When you have to release three DLCs with new classes or at least subclasses, one of which contains an entire campaign, a series of free updates and a console port, all in the span of one year, re-recording all the party voice lines for Dragonborn variations is just too much hassle for too little benefit.
In the end, the studio felt comfortable with the voice as it is due to the nature of the Dragonborn ancestry - they are the result of polymorphed dragons doing the hanky panky with humans, so they might as well sound the same.