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2 Greetings, sir.
3 I beg your pardon, "sir".
4 Hello again, Kietzel.
5 You have previously stated your dislike for me, Kietzel...
6 Hello Kietzel...
7 We meet again, Kietzel...
8 Hello Kietzel...
9 We meet again, Kietzel...
10 Kietzel, I would like to be trained as a Master with the bow.
11 I have not yet explored the ruins.
12 I have found the bow Kietzel!
13 I explored the ruins Kietzel, but they contained no bow.
14 I have the coin you requested for training, Kietzel.
15 I still need to gather more coin for training, Kietzel.
16 I have increased my skill Kietzel.
18 Uh... Hi.
19 Uh... Dat no nice.
20 Uh... Hi, Keeyesul.
21 Keeyesul steel no like me. Me sorry...
22 Uh... It me, Keeyesul.
23 Uh... It me, Keeyesul.
24 Uh... It me, Keeyesul.
25 Uh... It me, Keeyesul.
26 Keeyesul, me wan' be Mast'r at bow. You teech?
27 Uh... me not see all rooins yet.
28 Me got bow!
29 Uh... me see all rooins... der no bow, Keeyesul.
30 Me got coin fer teech now!
31 Me need more coin bee for Keeyesul teech me.
32 Me bett'r at bow now Keeyesul...
35 I do not have time to deal with the likes of "you", stranger.
35 I do not have time to deal with the likes of "you", stranger.
36 I meant no offense, sir. I am merely a traveler in this great land.
37 Uh... me sorry. Me walk far. Me no wan' make mad.
41 My apologies, but I have not time to chat, madam.
41 My apologies, but I have not time to chat, sir.
42 I meant no intrusion, I am merely a traveler seeking information.
43 Me walk far. Me jus' ask sum peepol stuff.
46 A traveler eh? ...and what great sights of our land have you beheld?
46 A traveler eh? ...and what great sights of our land have you beheld?
47 Many sights. From quaint Shrouded Hills to the great city of Tarant.
48 Me see heels dat shrowded and big, big Tuhrant place too.
51 My, you have traveled far. It is good to meet a fellow adventurer. I fear we are becoming a rare breed. Too many prefer the comforts of familiar places and large cities to the freedom of the open wilderness. Allow me to introduce myself, I am Kietzel Pierce.
51 My, you have traveled far. It is good to meet a fellow adventurer. I fear we are becoming a rare breed. Too many prefer the comforts of familiar places and large cities to the freedom of the open wilderness. Allow me to introduce myself, I am Kietzel Pierce.
52 A pleasure. I am @pcname@.
53 I am @pcname@.
54 Me happy no Keeyesul. Me @pcname@.
55 Me @pcname@.
58 Tell me, @pcname@, will your adventures continue to take you far afield? Or are you near finished with your present romp?
58 Tell me, @pcname@, will your adventures continue to take you far afield? Or are you near finished with your present romp?
59 I suspect I will be traveling for quite some time still. May I ask why?
60 I doubt that I am near the end of my adventures. Why do you ask?
62 Uh... Me go more walk. No all done.
65 One of my students is missing. I need to leave town for Caladon rather quickly, and have not the time to search for him. I fear a tragedy may have befallen the boy.
65 One of my students is missing. I need to leave town for Caladon rather quickly, and have not the time to search for him. I fear a tragedy may have befallen the boy.
66 Students?
67 Keeyesul teech?
71 Why yes... I am the Master Bowman. From time to time those who wish my training seek me out. I train them for a fee, or, if I am in need, require a task of them. The latter was true for young Dudley.
71 Why yes... I am the Master Bowman. From time to time those who wish my training seek me out. I train them for a fee, or, if I am in need, require a task of them. The latter was true for young Dudley.
72 And what would you have me do?
73 Master Bowman! I have been searching for you Kietzel!
74 Wha' Keeyesul wan' me fer?
75 Mast'r Bow man! Me look far for Keeyesul!
77 If you happen to come upon him in your wanderings, might you inform him that I have gone on to Caladon on business for the King. He should seek me out there.
77 If you happen to come upon him in your wanderings, might you inform him that I have gone on to Caladon on business for the King. He should seek me out there.
78 Yes, I can do that.
79 Uh... yeah. Me can do dat.
84 Thank you, his name is Dudley Crosston. He is a human lad, of average height and build. The last I saw of him, nigh a month ago, he was dressed in plain adventure gear, armed with bow and knife and provisions for a fortnight. He was headed north.
84 Thank you, his name is Dudley Crosston. He is a human lad, of average height and build. The last I saw of him, nigh a month ago, he was dressed in plain adventure gear, armed with bow and knife and provisions for a fortnight. He was headed north.
85 If I happen upon him, I will deliver your message.
86 Uh... okay.
90 Thank you, @pcname@. It has been a pleasure meeting you. It is time I were off to Caladon. May your journey prove enlightening. Goodbye.
90 Thank you, @pcname@. It has been a pleasure meeting you. It is time I were off to Caladon. May your journey prove enlightening. Goodbye.
92 You were searching for me? ...Might I inquire as to why?
92 You were searching for me? ...Might I inquire as to why?
93 I was told that you could train me to be a Master with the bow.
94 Uh... Me wan' be Mast'r at bow too.
96 Oh dear... You see, I really must be off to Caladon. The King has requested my presence and I am leaving momentarily. [He ponders the problem for a moment, finally nodding his head as if he has made up his mind.] All right. I have a proposition for you @pcname@.
96 Oh dear... You see, I really must be off to Caladon. The King has requested my presence and I am leaving momentarily. [He ponders the problem for a moment, finally nodding his head as if he has made up his mind.] All right. I have a proposition for you @pcname@.
97 Yes?
98 Uh... wha you wan'?
100 My student, Dudley, had been completing a task at my request. This was, of course, to earn his Master status with the bow. As he is missing, I shall assign the same task to you, in hopes that one of you will be able to complete it satisfactorily. Does this sound acceptable to you?
100 My student, Dudley, had been completing a task at my request. This was, of course, to earn his Master status with the bow. As he is missing, I shall assign the same task to you, in hopes that one of you will be able to complete it satisfactorily. Does this sound acceptable to you?
101 Yes. What is it I need to do?
102 Uh.. Yeah. Wha' me do?
105 First, I would like you to keep an eye out for Dudley, Dudley Crosston, while you are journeying. He is a human lad, of average height and build. The last I saw of him, nigh a month ago, he was dressed in plain adventure gear, armed with bow and knife and provisions for a fortnight. If you happen upon him, please tell him to meet up with me in Caladon, rather than Blackroot.
105 First, I would like you to keep an eye out for Dudley, Dudley Crosston, while you are journeying. He is a human lad, of average height and build. The last I saw of him, nigh a month ago, he was dressed in plain adventure gear, armed with bow and knife and provisions for a fortnight. If you happen upon him, please tell him to meet up with me in Caladon, rather than Blackroot.
106 I will... and what task is it that you need me to complete?
107 Uh... Okay. Wha' else me do?
111 There is a ruined temple, the Temple of Szabo, north of here. Legend tells of a magnificent bow named Ecclesiastes lost deep within the temple halls. I have not had the time to see if the stories are true, and thought it a fitting task for an aspiring master to complete. I sent Dudley on this very task. Do you wish to undertake it as well?
111 There is a ruined temple, the Temple of Szabo, north of here. Legend tells of a magnificent bow named Ecclesiastes lost deep within the temple halls. I have not had the time to see if the stories are true, and thought it a fitting task for an aspiring master to complete. I sent Dudley on this very task. Do you wish to undertake it as well?
112 Yes, I do.
113 Uh... yeah.
116 Very well. The ruins lie here. [He points out the spot on your map.] May your journey be swift, and the knowledge you gain be significant. Remember, I will be in Caladon. Bring news, and, if it exists, the bow, to me there. Farewell for now, @pcname@.
116 Very well. The ruins lie here. [He points out the spot on your map.] May your journey be swift, and the knowledge you gain be significant. Remember, I will be in Caladon. Bring news, and, if it exists, the bow, to me there. Farewell for now, @pcname@.
117 I will meet up with you in Caladon. Goodbye.
118 Uh... yeah. Buh-bye.
120 I take my leave. Goodbye.
120 I take my leave. Goodbye.
121 Oh! I did not recognize you at first glance @pcname@! Tell me, have you any news of Dudley?
121 Oh! I did not recognize you at first glance @pcname@! Tell me, have you any news of Dudley?
122 No.
123 I am sorry to say that I did not run across him in my travels.
124 Uh... no.
125 [He appears saddened by your words.] Well... I give you my utmost thanks for keeping an eye out for the chap. I can only hope that he decided to go home, and did not feel it necessary to inform me. Thank you, @pcname@.
125 [He appears saddened by your words.] Well... I give you my utmost thanks for keeping an eye out for the chap. I can only hope that he decided to go home, and did not feel it necessary to inform me. Thank you, @pcname@.
126 You are welcome. Goodbye.
127 You are welcome. Might I receive Master bow training, Kietzel.
128 Uh... Yeah. Buh-bye.
129 Okay... Uh... me wan' be Mast'r bow too.
131 I can train you... [He seems thoughtful for a moment.] Dudley had been completing a task at my request. This was, of course, to earn his Master status with the bow. As he has not completed it, I shall assign the same task to you. Does this sound acceptable to you?
131 I can train you... [He seems thoughtful for a moment.] Dudley had been completing a task at my request. This was, of course, to earn his Master status with the bow. As he has not completed it, I shall assign the same task to you. Does this sound acceptable to you?
132 Yes. What is it I need to do?
133 Uh.. Yeah. Wha' me do?
136 There are some temple ruins, north of Blackroot, and legend tells of a magnificent bow lost deep within the temple halls. I have not had the time to see if the stories are true, and thought it a fitting task for an aspiring master to complete. I sent Dudley on this very task. Do you wish to undertake the same adventure?
136 There are some temple ruins, north of Blackroot, and legend tells of a magnificent bow lost deep within the temple halls. I have not had the time to see if the stories are true, and thought it a fitting task for an aspiring master to complete. I sent Dudley on this very task. Do you wish to undertake the same adventure?
137 Yes, I do.
138 Uh... yeah.
141 Very well. The ruins lie here. [He points out the spot on your map.] May your journey be swift, and the knowledge you gain be significant. I will be remaining in Caladon for some time. Bring the bow, if it exists, to me here. Farewell for now, @pcname@.
141 Very well. The ruins lie here. [He points out the spot on your map.] May your journey be swift, and the knowledge you gain be significant. I will be remaining in Caladon for some time. Bring the bow, if it exists, to me here. Farewell for now, @pcname@.
142 I will return with it shortly. Goodbye.
143 Uh... yeah. Buh-bye.
145 Oh! I did not recognize you at first glance @pcname@! Tell me, have you any news of Dudley?
145 Oh! I did not recognize you at first glance @pcname@! Tell me, have you any news of Dudley?
146 I do! I found him in Dernholm. He has joined the bow guard there.
147 Uh... Yeah! He in Dern'ome. He be gard wit' bow now.
148 [He appears relieved, yet annoyed by your words.] Dernholm! ...joined up with the King's force, has he? Well! The least the lad could have done was inform me of his intent, so as not to worry me! ...Well, thank you @pcname@! Thank you for taking the time to bring me this news. You have taken a heavy weight from my shoulders.
148 [He appears relieved, yet annoyed by your words.] Dernholm! ...joined up with the King's force, has he? Well! The least the lad could have done was inform me of his intent, so as not to worry me! ...Well, thank you @pcname@! Thank you for taking the time to bring me this news. You have taken a heavy weight from my shoulders.
149 You are welcome. Goodbye Kietzel.
150 You are welcome. Might I receive Master bow training, Kietzel.
151 Uh... Yeah. Buh-bye.
152 Okay... Uh... me wan' be Mast'r bow too. You teech?
154 I really would like to know if that bow exists. Please do hurry, @pcname@.
154 I really would like to know if that bow exists. Please do hurry, @pcname@.
156 Stupendous! Here, please allow me the pleasure of examining it. [He takes the bow from you, commenting upon its fine craftsmanship and beauty.] A marvelous piece, simply marvelous. Thank you so much. We will begin training immediately. Please demonstrate your stance with the bow.
156 Stupendous! Here, please allow me the pleasure of examining it. [He takes the bow from you, commenting upon its fine craftsmanship and beauty.] A marvelous piece, simply marvelous. Thank you so much. We will begin training immediately. Please demonstrate your stance with the bow.
157 [You hold your bow, as if aiming for a target across the room.]
158 [You hold your bow, as if aiming for a target across the room.]
159 [Kietzel makes some adjustments to your stance, showing you how to adjust your aim. He then demonstrates several new techniques to you, increasing your prowess with the bow.] Your training is complete, @pcname@. I thank you for this magnificent bow. I wish you well on your journey. Goodbye.
159 [Kietzel makes some adjustments to your stance, showing you how to adjust your aim. He then demonstrates several new techniques to you, increasing your prowess with the bow.] Your training is complete, @pcname@. I thank you for this magnificent bow. I wish you well on your journey. Goodbye.
160 Thank you Kietzel. Goodbye.
161 Thank you, but I believe I'll take that bow back now...
162 Uh... T'anks Keeyesul. Buh-bye.
163 Uh... T'anks... But me t'ink me wan' dat bow back now...
165 You fancy yourself a match for "me", scoundrel!?
165 You fancy yourself a match for "me", scoundrel!?
166 [He spends a few moments going over your skill.] @pcname@, I am sorry to have to tell you this, but I do not believe you yet have the skill to become a Master. Please, take yourself afield and practice with your bow. When your skill has improved sufficiently, return to me, and I will train you.
166 [He spends a few moments going over your skill.] @pcname@, I am sorry to have to tell you this, but I do not believe you yet have the skill to become a Master. Please, take yourself afield and practice with your bow. When your skill has improved sufficiently, return to me, and I will train you.
168 I am sorry to hear that. I hope that it at least contained some riches to make your journey worthwhile. ...Well then, I normally charge students 5,000 coin for my tutelage. However, as you have completed a rather fruitless hunt for me, I will reduce the amount to 2,000 coin. Have you the funds to begin your training @pcname@?
168 I am sorry to hear that. I hope that it at least contained some riches to make your journey worthwhile. ...Well then, I normally charge students 5,000 coin for my tutelage. However, as you have completed a rather fruitless hunt for me, I will reduce the amount to 2,000 coin. Have you the funds to begin your training @pcname@?
169 2,000! That seems a bit high, after the journey I have completed.
170 Yes. Here you are. [You hand him the 2000 coin.]
171 I will need to return later, with more coin.
172 2,000! Dat too much!
173 Uh... yeah. [You hand him the 2000 coin.]
174 Uh... Me get more coin. Me be back.
175 I am sorry to hear that. I hope that it at least contained some riches to make your journey worthwhile. ...Well then, I normally charge students 5,000 coin for my tutelage. However, as you have completed a rather fruitless hunt for me, I will reduce the amount to 2,000 coin. Have you the funds to begin your training @pcname@?
175 Those are my fees, @pcname@. My knowledge has a price upon it. I would think you would be thankful that you are getting it at a discount!
176 Very well. Here you are. [You hand him the 2000 coin.]
177 I will need to return later, with more coin.
178 Uh... yeah. [You hand him the 2000 coin.]
179 Uh... Me get more coin. Me be back.
181 Thank you so much. We will begin training immediately. Please demonstrate your stance with the bow.
181 Thank you so much. We will begin training immediately. Please demonstrate your stance with the bow.
182 [You hold your bow, as if aiming for a target across the room.]
183 [You hold your bow, as if aiming for a target across the room.]
184 Very good @pcname@. Please demonstrate your stance with the bow once more for me.
184 Very good @pcname@. Please demonstrate your stance with the bow once more for me.
185 [You hold your bow, as if aiming for a target across the room.]
186 [You hold your bow, as if aiming for a target across the room.]
187 I fear you need to practice a bit more, @pcname@. You are not yet ready.
187 I fear you need to practice a bit more, @pcname@. You are not yet ready.
188 I will meet up with you in Caladon @pcname@. Goodbye.
188 I will meet up with you in Caladon @pcname@. Goodbye.




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