Traveler speaks fluent Dzongkha in Bhutan.
|Ability to:||Understand and utilize verbal and non-verbal communication|
Omnilingualism is the ability to understand and utilize verbal or non-verbal communication without any prior knowledge of the language.
Traveler is observed to speak English, Swedish, Hindi, and Dzongkha, the language of the Kingdom of Bhutan. He is also able to effortlessly blend in with the natives of Bhutan, moving easily among them, due to his understanding of non-verbal communication.
According to Traveler, his ability extends to non-spoken languages as well.
(The Last Shangri-La)
"As I pushed deeper into the country, I started asking about a man named Drucker. Fortunately, I speak Dzongkha. My ability to communicate and speak virtually any language, spoken or otherwise, is surely a plus."
- At one point, Traveler mentions that a group of yaks "didn't have much information, but did provide me cover". In an interview, Yule Caise said, "Traveler can communicate with animals as well. Though he's limited to the degree of their consciousness and communication."
- For the similar ability to communicate with animals and command them, see animal control.
- For a list of characters who speak more than one language, see the list of multilingual characters.