I'm basing something in Renaissance Europe. They'll all be speaking predominantly in English, but one character's first language is French. I wanted to get some opinions as to whether or not I should type the accent out phonetically (like how Fleur Delacour speaks in the Harry Potter books), or just type the words as-is? I may as well just say, it's for the Assassin's Creed series, which is why it's primarily in English.
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