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Once dialogue is written, Obsidian stages table reads. However, these don't involve the voice actors; rather, team members each take the part of a character they didn't write, and then go through the dialogue, each noticing where others stumble, mispronounce words or show any other disfluency. This process helps streamline the recording process later, "because studio time is incredibly expensive," Avellone said, "and the last thing you want is some actor spending five minutes debating this line with you to try to get it fixed when you have 300 more lines you still have to read and you have no idea how they're going to get done."