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2 Might I ask who you are, sir?
3 Hello, sire. A pleasure to see you again.
4 Hello, sire. A pleasure to see you again.
5 I wanted to extend my deepest apologies once again.
11 I'm Prince Auguste Farad, heir to the throne of Arland. Please forgive me, but you've caught me in the midst of...preparations.
11 I'm Prince Auguste Farad, heir to the throne of Arland. Please forgive me, but you've caught me in the midst of...preparations.
12 I'm seeking employment.
13 I was admiring your technological gadgetry.
14 Just taking a look around.
15 I'm amazed by your overwhelming effeminate nature.
16 I'm amazed by your overwhelming effeminate nature.
17 For what are you preparing?
18 You seem very sad, sire. May I be of assistance?
19 I found an amulet you gave to Princess Aria of Cumbria.
20 I found an amulet you gave to Princess Aria of Cumbria.
21 I must be going.
34 Yes, of course...the outsider. What brings you back to Arland? As usual, I'm very busy...er...preparing for things.
34 Yes, of course...the outsider. What brings you back to Arland? As usual, I'm very busy...er...preparing for things.
35 For what are you preparing?
36 You seem very sad, sire. May I be of assistance?
37 I've come to continue our conversation about Aria.
38 I bring news of Aria and a ship, the Elizabeth Dane.
39 I bring news of Aria and a ship, the Elizabeth Dane.
40 I found an amulet you gave to Princess Aria of Cumbria.
41 I found an amulet you gave to Princess Aria of Cumbria.
42 I understand. Please forgive the intrusion.
44 Ah...the foul-mouthed traveler returns. Have you learned to control your tongue?
44 Ah...the foul-mouthed traveler returns. Have you learned to control your tongue?
45 No sire, I've found humility since last we spoke.
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46 That's strange. You're even more womanly than before.
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47 That's odd. Now you're more womanly than I am.
48 Perhaps now is not the best time to speak. Goodbye.
49 I see you've returned. Please forgive me, but again you've caught me in the midst of...preparations.
49 Much better. Unfortunately, you've again caught me in the midst of...preparations.
50 For what are you preparing?
51 You seem very sad, sire. May I be of assistance?
52 I've come to continue our conversation about Aria.
53 I bring news of Aria and a ship, the Elizabeth Dane.
54 I bring news of Aria and a ship, the Elizabeth Dane.
55 I found an amulet you gave to Princess Aria of Cumbria.
56 I found an amulet you gave to Princess Aria of Cumbria.
57 I understand. Please forgive the intrusion.
59 What? You dare to insult a prince in his own kingdom? Beg forgiveness, and begone! Else, your life will be forfeit...
59 What? You dare to insult a prince in his own kingdom? Beg forgiveness, and begone! Else, your life will be forfeit...
60 I'd only insult a prince of your apparent weakness
61 I see we've begun on the wrong foot. Please excuse me.
70 Insolent fool! I'll have you run through! Guards!
70 Insolent wench! I'll have you run through! Guards!
71 Pity. And just as I was beginning to like you. Guards!
71 Pity. And just as I was beginning to like you. Guards!
72 Has your tongue learned its lesson? If so, begone. You'll not be spared again.
72 Has your tongue learned its lesson? If so, begone. You'll not be spared again.
73 My humblest apologies, sire. Good day.
74 Accept mercy from a rubber-spined buffoon? Never!
75 Off with you then.
75 Off with you then.
76 So very, very sad. Guards, dispose of this rabble.
76 So very, very sad. Guards, dispose of this rabble.
78 Hmmm. Sometimes levity and bravery go hand in hand. But my patience runs thin these days...
78 Hmmm. Sometimes levity and bravery go hand in hand. But my patience runs thin these days...
79 I forget myself. Is there any work for one such as I?
80 Hmmm. Anything of interest happening around here?
81 I've heard wiser words from the lips of Cumbrian hounds.
83 I'm very sorry, good miss, but today I have no time for pleasantries. Perhaps another day.
83 I'm very sorry, good sir, but today I have no time for pleasantries. Perhaps another day.
85 I see you've returned. Please forgive me, but again you've caught me in the midst of...preparations.
85 I see you've returned. Please forgive me, but again you've caught me in the midst of...preparations.
86 I understand. Please forgive the intrusion.
87 For what are you preparing?
88 You seem very sad, sire. May I be of assistance?
90 Nothing that would interest an outlander such as yourself. I'm merely working out a solution to a...political problem.
90 Nothing that would interest an outlander such as yourself. I'm merely working out a solution to a...political problem.
91 Probably not. Good day to you.
92 The complexities of the monarchy always intrigue me...
93 A Prince has few confidants, but I'm here to lend an ear.
95 Indeed? You might think differently if you'd been forced to endure the tragedies brought about by this crown...
95 Indeed? You might think differently if you'd been forced to endure the tragedies brought about by this crown...
96 Of which tragedies do you speak?
97 Might any of those have found their source in Cumbria?
98 Might any of those have found their source in Cumbria?
99 Your self-pity borders on the fantastic.
100 Undoubtedly. I'll waste no more of your time.
102 You're very perceptive. Indeed, my mood hangs heavily today. I've not seen my love for many months.
102 You're very perceptive. Indeed, my mood hangs heavily today. I've not seen my love for many months.
103 Ah. Lovers--flowers of the heart, thorns of the soul.
104 It seems a chap like you could find other fish to fry.
105 Surely she's happy with whomever she's run off with.
106 Of whom do you speak?
108 A kindred spirit! You've lightened my burden, if only because I know you've carried it as well. My thanks to you, my friend...
108 A kindred spirit! You've lightened my burden, if only because I know you've carried it as well. My thanks to you, my friend...
109 You're very welcome. Who is this love you speak of?
110 Always glad to be of service. Good bye.
113 I've told very few of my predicament, but you seem very trustworthy. You see, I'm in love with Aria, princess of Cumbria.
113 I've told very few of my predicament, but you seem very trustworthy. You see, I'm in love with Aria, princess of Cumbria.
114 Yes, I know of her. I'm afraid I have some bad news.
115 Yes, I know of her. I'm afraid I have some bad news.
116 Yes, I've heard. Her father sent me here to fetch her.
117 How very beautiful. Please tell me more.
119 Tragedies of the heart, my friend. Even men such as are powerless before love and its strange ways.
119 Tragedies of the heart, my friend. I'm sure you're no stranger to love and its strange ways.
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120 Speak for yourself, weakling. Love is for poets.
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121 I've had maidservants with tougher skin than you.
122 Yes, sadly I know. Would you like to tell me of it?
123 I wouldn't know. Excuse me, I'll be taking my leave.
125 Yes...but how did you know? Few souls know the story behind my sorrow, and none of them are outlanders. Are you a spy sent from King Praetor?
125 Yes...but how did you know? Few souls know the story behind my sorrow, and none of them are outlanders. Are you a spy sent from King Praetor?
126 No, sire. I only guessed, as Cumbria is your dire enemy.
127 I'm no spy, but I have spoken with King Praetor.
128 My sources are my business.
129 A resourceful man keeps his eyes and ears open.
131 What? You're insolence is inexcusable! Leave now or I'll have you forcibly ejected!
131 What? You're insolence is inexcusable! Leave now or I'll have you forcibly ejected!
132 I apologize, sire. Please tell me of your troubles.
133 You'd have trouble forcibly ejecting your own waste.
134 It seems I've outstayed my welcome. Good day.
136 You're no gentlemen. I'm afraid your bad manners have cost you your life.
136 You're no lady. I'm afraid your bad manners have cost you your life.
138 Are you mad? I'll have your head speaking of her in that way!
138 Are you mad? I'll have your head speaking of her in that way!
139 Pardon my oafishness. Please continue, sire.
140 Is there any other way to speak of a harlot?
142 A stranger who comes to my kingdom speaking of Cumbria is either unwise or unwelcome. A timely explanation is in order, and I won't ask again.
142 A stranger who comes to my kingdom speaking of Cumbria is either unwise or unwelcome. A timely explanation is in order, and I won't ask again.
143 I'm merely making conversation, sire.
144 I've had the audience of King Praetor of Cumbria.
145 Your threat rings hollow, puppet Prince.
147 Dear god! Speak up, man! Is she in trouble? Where is she?
147 Dear god! Speak up, woman! Is she in trouble? Where is she?
148 Her ship crashed off Razors Pointe. She's dead.
149 I hear she's imprisoned and Praetor's having her tortured.
150 I know, but information is costly these days.
152 No! Not my dear Aria! Alas, I am to blame...I sent an incompetent sea captain! I am lost. If only I had something to remember her by...
152 No! Not my dear Aria! Alas, I am to blame...I sent an incompetent sea captain! I am lost. If only I had something to remember her by...
153 Please accept this, her amulet. I share your grief.
154 Fate frowns on even the best of us, now and then.
156 Good sir, please accept my deepest thanks, as well as this insignificant sum. You'll never know what this means to me.
156 Madam, please accept my deepest thanks, as well as this insignificant sum. You'll never know what this means to me.
158 I go to mourn. I must take my leave of you.
158 I go to mourn. I must take my leave of you.
160 Perhaps you are not as wise I first thought. It would serve you best to make a quick exit
160 Perhaps you are not as wise I first thought. It would serve you best to make a quick exit
161 I see we've reached an impasse. If you'll excuse me...
162 I'll show you what I think would serve me best...
164 What? How dare you? Aria is mine and mine alone! Rescind your comment immediately!
164 What? How dare you? Aria is mine and mine alone! Rescind your comment immediately!
165 That might be true, if you were man enough.
166 Of course. I was merely postulating...
168 What? Never! How could you even suggest such a thing? As if I could ever love another as I've loved my dear Aria!
168 What? Never! How could you even suggest such a thing? As if I could ever love another as I've loved my dear Aria!
169 I've seen pictures of her. She's no prize.
170 No offense meant to her, good Prince. Please continue.
172 Very well. The story is a sad one. A year ago, I met Princess Aria of Cumbria while negotiating peace between two of our more remote villages. I knew almost immediately that we were destined to be lovers, and after only a few days we had pledged our lives to one another.
172 Very well. The story is a sad one. A year ago, I met Princess Aria of Cumbria while negotiating peace between two of our more remote villages. I knew almost immediately that we were destined to be lovers, and after only a few days we had pledged our lives to one another.
173 Please continue...
178 Upon returning home, I told my father of our vow, and how we were committed to one another as well as to creating a lasting peace between Arland and Cumbria. But he would have none of it, forbidding me to see her, and I gather that Aria's father reacted the same way.
178 Upon returning home, I told my father of our vow, and how we were committed to one another as well as to creating a lasting peace between Arland and Cumbria. But he would have none of it, forbidding me to see her, and I gather that Aria's father reacted the same way.
179 You're right. Praetor was furious when I spoke to him.
180 What do you think has happened to her?
181 I sense you have more to tell...you can trust me.
182 You're probably better off. I hear she's less than chaste.
185 Well... you know of our love, our plans for peace, and that I haven't heard from her in months. My father was angry, and I assume that Praetor was as well...
185 Well... you know of our love, our plans for peace, and that I haven't heard from her in months. My father was angry, and I assume that Praetor was as well...
186 You're right. Praetor was furious when I spoke to him.
187 What do you think has happened to her?
188 I sense you have more to tell...you can trust me.
189 You're probably better off. I hear she's less than chaste.
193 No doubt she's under Praetor's lock and key! The old man is half-mad...I fear for her safety.
193 No doubt she's under Praetor's lock and key! The old man is half-mad...I fear for her safety.
194 I might have some information regarding that.
195 I know that's untrue, as I'm currently in his service.
198 I see that you're a man in whom secrets can be trusted. Do I have your loyalty as well as your confidence?
198 I see that you're a woman in whom secrets can be trusted. Do I have your loyalty as well as your confidence?
199 My sympathies are with you, but I'm pledged to Praetor.
200 Of course.
201 You might, if Arland were a more powerful kingdom.
202 I don't think I should get involved. Good bye.
204 Very well. Against my father's wishes, I sent a ship, the Elizabeth Dane, to retrieve Aria three months ago. It took the southern route, around Razors Pointe. I've heard no word since. I fear the captain was captured by Praetor, and that my intentions were made known to him.
204 Very well. Against my father's wishes, I sent a ship, the Elizabeth Dane, to retrieve Aria three months ago. It took the southern route, around Razors Pointe. I've heard no word since. I fear the captain was captured by Praetor, and that my intentions were made known to him.
205 I see. Perhaps I'll look into the matter.
206 Logic dictates that the captain is enjoying her as we speak.
207 I really must be going.
209 Any help in solving this mystery would be greatly appreciated. I'd make it more than worth your while.
209 Any help in solving this mystery would be greatly appreciated. I'd make it more than worth your while.
210 I see. Perhaps we'll meet again. Goodbye.
213 Praetor! No doubt you know that our kingdoms are forever at odds. I appreciate your openness, but you must understand my position. I really must ask you to leave.
213 Praetor! No doubt you know that our kingdoms are forever at odds. I appreciate your openness, but you must understand my position. I really must ask you to leave.
214 Unfortunate. I've information that may be of use to you.
215 Unfortunate. I've information that may be of use to you.
216 I see your point. Goodbye.
217 I'll have no trouble leaving this pathetic little kingdom.
219 Yes? Well, I'm listening.
219 Yes? Well, I'm listening.
220 I know she's not in Cumbria. I'm looking for her.
221 It will cost you.
223 Naturally. What is your price?
223 Naturally. What is your price?
224 100 gold coins.
225 200 gold coins.
226 200 gold coins.
227 300 gold coins.
228 300 gold coins.
229 You must be joking. I'll pay 100 gold pieces, and no more.
229 You must be joking. I'll pay 100 gold pieces, and no more.
230 Deal.
231 I've changed my mind. And with that, I'll take my leave.
233 100 gold coins it is. What have you to tell me?
233 100 gold coins it is. What have you to tell me?
234 I know she's not in Cumbria. I'm looking for her.
235 I've changed my mind. And with that, I'll take my leave.
237 You drive a hard bargain...Done! What information do you have?
237 You drive a hard bargain...Done! What information do you have?
238 I know she's not in Cumbria. I'm looking for her.
239 I've changed my mind. And with that, I'll take my leave.
241 I'd not pay such a price in most cases, but you've sold me. Done! What have you to offer me?
241 I'd not pay such a price in most cases, but you've sold me. Done! What have you to offer me?
242 I know she's not in Cumbria. I'm looking for her.
243 I've changed my mind. And with that, I'll take my leave.
246 That's wonderful! Perhaps she's escaped, and is making her way here! I must try to find her! Will you help me?
246 That's wonderful! Perhaps she's escaped, and is making her way here! I must try to find her! Will you help me?
247 Perhaps I'll look into the matter.
248 I'd rather not get involved. Goodbye and good luck.
250 I see. Well, what are you asking?
250 I see. Well, what are you asking?
251 100 gold coins.
252 200 gold coins.
253 200 gold coins.
254 300 gold coins.
255 300 gold coins.
258 You must be joking. I'll pay 100 gold pieces, and no more.
258 You must be joking. I'll pay 100 gold pieces, and no more.
259 Deal.
260 I've changed my mind. And with that, I'll take my leave.
263 100 gold coins it is. What have you to tell me?
263 100 gold coins it is. What have you to tell me?
264 Her ship crashed off Razors Pointe. She's dead.
265 I've changed my mind. And with that, I'll take my leave.
267 You drive a hard bargain...Done! What information do you have?
267 You drive a hard bargain...Done! What information do you have?
268 Her ship crashed off Razors Pointe. She's dead.
269 I've changed my mind. And with that, I'll take my leave.
271 I'd not pay such a price in most cases, but you've sold me. Done! What have you to offer me?
271 I'd not pay such a price in most cases, but you've sold me. Done! What have you to offer me?
272 Her ship crashed off Razors Pointe. She's dead.
273 I've changed my mind. And with that, I'll take my leave.
275 Ha! No doubt you've been sent to tell me lies! I'll not be Praetor's lapdog! Begone with you.
275 Ha! No doubt you've been sent to tell me lies! I'll not be Praetor's lapdog! Begone with you.




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