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2 Quite surly for a priest, aren't you?
3 One doesn't expect to see a priest in such an establishment.
5 I believe I've formulated a plan. Will you join me?
10 You would be surly as well if you were unwelcome in your homeland. But that is no excuse for rudeness to others. My apologies, madam.
10 You would be surly as well if you were unwelcome in your homeland. But that is no excuse for rudeness to others. My apologies, sir.
11 Where do you hail from?
12 I'd be surly if I had to look at your face in the mirror every day.
13 Perhaps we'll meet when you're in a better mood.
14 Change your tone or I'll be teaching you some manners.
20 I hail from Dernholm, capital of Cumbria. I've been driven from my beloved Cumbria to end up here.
20 I hail from Dernholm, capital of Cumbria. I've been driven from my beloved Cumbria to end up here.
21 But Black Root is a province of Cumbria as well.
22 You'd best pack your bags. Black Root has rejoined Cumbria.
23 Why stay here? Why not leave this area completely?
24 Are you not afraid of being driven out of Black Root as well?
25 Perhaps I can help you?
29 My condolences, sir. Perhaps we'll meet again.
30 Ha! You obviously have not been here long. The mayor has betrayed Praetor and allied Black Root with Tarant.
30 Ha! You obviously have not been here long. The mayor has betrayed Praetor and allied Black Root with Tarant.
31 That is disgraceful! I must report this to praetor at once!
32 King Praetor might appreciate being told about this.
33 Why stay here? Why not leave this area completely?
34 Good for him. Cumbria is all but dead, thank the gods.
35 Someone needs to show the mayor the error of his ways.
40 Many have tried to tell him, but it only serves to evoke his wrath. Believe me, I have tried.
40 Many have tried to tell him, but it only serves to evoke his wrath. Believe me, I have tried.
41 What is a priest such as yourself doing in a pub?
42 Someone needs to teach Praetor some manners.
43 Why not leave Cumbria for good?
50 I have lived in Cumbria my whole life. It is my home. I am...was the head of the Church of Cumbria.
50 I have lived in Cumbria my whole life. It is my home. I am...was the head of the Church of Cumbria.
51 Why are you no longer the head of the church?
52 Religion did you a world of good, eh, brother?
60 King Praetor is not well. When Cumbria's economy spiraled out of control, he lashed out at his advisors. When I tried to reason with him, he banished me as well.
60 King Praetor is not well. When Cumbria's economy spiraled out of control, he lashed out at his advisors. When I tried to reason with him, he banished me as well.
61 King Praetor has not been well since the day he was born.
62 You are a fool for attempting to reason with a fool.
63 So it's safe to assume you're not very fond of Praetor?
64 Could you help me? I'm here to collect the taxes for Praetor?
65 Could you tell me where Dernholm is?
70 Not at all. Praetor needs more assistance than ever, now that his faculties are slipping away. Even in exile I will defend my king to my dying breath.
70 Not at all. Praetor needs more assistance than ever, now that his faculties are slipping away. Even in exile I will defend my king to my dying breath.
71 Could you help me? I'm here to collect the taxes for Praetor?
72 I've decided to collect Praetor's taxes. Could you help me?
73 I've decided to collect Praetor's taxes. Could you help me?
74 I'd like to assist him into his grave.
75 Could you tell me where Dernholm is?
80 Yes, this could improve my standing with Praetor. I will do it, as the gods are my witness.
80 Yes, this could improve my standing with Praetor. I will do it, as the gods are my witness.
81 Let us proceed, then, shall we?
82 I'd like to ask something of you.
83 I don't believe you are worthy enough to assist me, actually.
90 I'm not sure Praetor would appreciate me meddling in his affairs.
90 I'm not sure Praetor would appreciate me meddling in his affairs.
91 This would be a most opportune way to prove your loyalty.
92 I think you lack the fortitude required for this task, at any rate.
93 He couldn't function without others meddling in his affairs.
94 You are obviously to weak to think for yourself.
95 I think you lack the fortitude required for this task, at any rate.
99 Perhaps you are correct. Good day.
100 It's my veritable home away from home. Actually, it's just about the last place that will have me these days.
100 It's my veritable home away from home. Actually, it's just about the last place that will have me these days.
101 That's understandable, judging from your repulsive stench.
102 And your actual home would be where?
103 Other towns would welcome you, why not leave Cumbria?
109 I'm sorry to here that. Good bye.
110 Ha! That is more than true, my good man. Well, I can not make this situation I find myself in any worse, eh?
110 Ha! That is more than true, my good woman. Well, I can not make this situation I find myself in any worse, eh?
111 It could actually improve your position.
112 It doesn't seem as if you are capable of doing anything at all.
113 I don't believe you are worthy enough to assist me, actually.
120 You dare doubt my commitment, madam? I can withstand anything you could possibly bring on me.
120 You dare doubt my commitment, sir? I can withstand anything you could possibly bring on me.
121 Then I challenge you to keep up with me, if you are able.
122 Let us see how you withstand a disemboweling.
123 I sincerely doubt it. Good bye.
130 You dare doubt me?! Begone before I throttle you, harlot!
130 You dare doubt me?! Begone before I throttle you, whelp!
131 To join me you'll need to withstand more than a harsh word.
132 I simply need to be sure about those who'd follow me.
133 You'd be dead before you took a step in my direction.
140 Good show! I admire a man who's not afraid to show his mettle. Let whoever would stand in our way be damned! Lead on, good sir.
140 Good show! I admire a man who's not afraid to show his mettle. Let whoever would stand in our way be damned! Lead on, madam.
141 Let us proceed then, shall we?
142 I'd like to ask something of you.
150 You'd do well to watch your tongue. I may be exiled, but I'm still a loyal Cumbrian citizen.
150 You'd do well to watch your tongue. I may be exiled, but I'm still a loyal Cumbrian citizen.
151 You can not tell me you harbor no ill will towards Praetor.
152 No, you can watch your tongue after I've cut it out.
153 How did you come to be exiled?
159 Many pardons, I'll take my leave now.
160 Hear! Hear! Do you have a plan of action to suggest?
160 Hear! Hear! Do you have a plan of action to suggest?
161 I will have Praetor's tax whether the mayor like it or not.
162 Yes, and it involves causing you intense amounts of pain.
163 Not at present. I'll inform you if I formulate one. Good day.
170 Good riddance to you, you bottom dwelling harlot!
170 Good riddance to you, you supercilious toad.
171 Heh Heh! Your wit has gotten the better of me, madam. I tip my hat to you.
171 Heh Heh! Your wit has gotten the better of me, sir. I tip my hat to you.
172 Where do you hail from?
173 One doesn't expect to see a priest in such an establishment.
174 It's quite simple to outwit those who are mentally challenged.
179 I've no time for this witty repartee. I must be on my way.
180 You would do well to reconsider taunting me in this manner, madam.
180 You would do well to reconsider taunting me in this manner, sir.
181 I beg forgiveness. Where is your home, exactly?
182 I beg forgiveness. But why were you driven from Cumbria?
183 I'm sorry. So do you despise Praetor for banishing you, then?
184 I'll taunt you in any manner I please, you ignorant fool.
190 What?! Perhaps it is time for me to finally take my leave of dear old Cumbria.
190 What?! Perhaps it is time for me to finally take my leave of dear old Cumbria.
191 Or simply stand up for yourself, you spineless twit.
192 Tough break, old boy. Oh well, perhaps I will see you about.
200 I pray that you have made peace with your gods because you are about to meet them!
200 I pray that you have made peace with your gods because you are about to meet them!
201 Is there anything else?
201 Is there anything else?
202 I don't like sniveling cretins such as yourself, sir.
210 Is there anything else?
210 Is there anything else?
212 I need to give you directions.
220 Yes, what can I help you with?
220 Yes, what can I help you with?
222 I need you to do something for me.
224 I'd like to know a thing or two about you, Dante.
255 It is good to see you again, madam. Perhaps I could be of further service?
255 It is good to see you again, sir. Perhaps I could be of further service?
256 Yes, would you join with me on my quests again?
259 I'm afraid not, I must be leaving.
270 I was hoping you would re extend the invitation. I would be honored.
270 I was hoping you would re extend the invitation. I would be honored.
271 Splendid! Let us go.
274 I need you to do something for me, Dante.
275 What do you want now? Please leave me alone.
275 What do you want now? Please leave me alone.
277 I want to see your corpse bleached and rotting in the sun.
278 As you wish. Good day.
300 Is there anything else?
300 Is there anything else?
301 One doesn't often see a priest in an establishment such as this.
302 You're a bit surly for a priest, aren't you?
310 What would you like for me to do?
310 What would you like for me to do?
311 Could you move away from me, a bit?
312 Don't stay so far away from me.
313 Could you wait here?
314 Would you rejoin with me?
315 I am afraid it is time for us to part ways, Dante.
316 Nothing, actually.
325 Of course.
325 Of course.
326 Perhaps our paths will cross again, someday.
326 Perhaps our paths will cross again, someday.
329 It is good to see you again, madam.
329 It is good to see you again, sir.
330 Yes, this is where my home is. I am grateful for your help in enabling to return to serve my beloved Cumbria, once again.
330 Yes, this is where my home is. I am grateful for your help in enabling to return to serve my beloved Cumbria, once again.
331 Perhaps I will see you again, someday, then.
335 I fear not... I am beyond help.
335 I fear not... I am beyond help.
336 Can you tell me where Dernholm is at least?
337 You'd best pack your bags. Black Root has rejoined Cumbria.
338 Why stay here? Why not leave this area completely?
344 My condolences, sir. Perhaps we'll meet again.
345 Of course...here you are. [He marks your map.]
345 Of course...here you are. [He marks your map.]
346 I hate to tell you, but Black Root has rejoined Cumbria.
347 Why stay here? Why not leave this area completely?
354 Thank you. Good bye.
355 Of course...here you are. [He marks your map.]
355 Of course...here you are. [He marks your map.]
364 Thank you. Good bye.




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