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1 Allow me to introduce myself, I am Gilbert Bates, as I am sure you may have surmised. I'd like to extend my thanks to you, madam, for putting an end to the difficulties at my factory. I've been informed that there is a matter you wish to discuss?
1 Allow me to introduce myself, I am Gilbert Bates, as I am sure you may have surmised. I'd like to extend my thanks to you, sir, for putting an end to the difficulties at my factory. I've been informed that there is a matter you wish to discuss?
2 Quite so. I'd like to ask you about this ring.
3 I'd like to ask you about a ring I had. [Describe the ring.]
4 What can you tell me of the recent attempt on your life?
9 That is true, but it will have to wait. Good day, sir.
10 Great Gods! How did you come by that ring?
10 Great Gods! How did you come by that ring?
11 A gnome gave it to me as he lay dying.
12 A strange looking fellow gave it to me.
13 A strange looking gnome gave it to me as he lay dying.
14 I would rather not say.
20 A gnome! What manner of tomfoolery is this? Are you certain it was not a dwarf?
20 A gnome! What manner of tomfoolery is this? Are you certain it was not a dwarf?
21 Of course. I've never seen a skinny, beardless dwarf.
22 Why would a dwarf have your ring?
30 Strange? Whatever do you mean, pray tell?
30 Strange? Whatever do you mean, pray tell?
31 Well, he was ugly for a gnome, almost dwarvish.
32 Gnomes have those beady eyes, but his were strong, dwarf like.
40 Dwarvish? He might have been a dwarf?
40 Dwarvish? He might have been a dwarf?
41 Too slight, and beardless. You know dwarves and their beards.
50 Are you sure it wasn't a dwarf, then?
50 Are you sure it wasn't a dwarf, then?
51 No beard. We would sooner slit our throat than cut our beards.
60 Yes. I am ... familiar with dwarves and their customs. Tell me, was there anything distinctive about his fellow?
60 Yes. I am ... familiar with dwarves and their customs. Tell me, was there anything distinctive about his fellow?
61 He had a scar over his left eye.
70 By Alberich! I knew it in my heart - that was no gnome. It was Stennar Rock Cutter. [He is visibly shaken by this realization.]
70 By Alberich! I knew it in my heart - that was no gnome. It was Stennar Rock Cutter. [He is visibly shaken by this realization.]
71 A dwarf? Clean shaven? Impossible!
72 I suppose it could have been a sick dwarf, but his beard...
73 Who's Stennar? Why would a dwarf shave his beard?
74 Who's Stennar? A dwarf would never cut his beard!
80 Yes, I know. It is madness...but please, tell me, did he say anything to you before he died? Did he say anything about, uh... about me?
80 Yes, I know. It is madness...but please, tell me, did he say anything to you before he died? Did he say anything about, uh... about me?
81 He said he had escaped to warn us about the evil...
90 I do not know. Even though dwarves reckon time differently than humans, he must have realized that I am now an old man. Perhaps it is because I was but a boy when I...when I betrayed his trust, all those years ago.
90 I do not know. Even though dwarves reckon time differently than humans, he must have realized that I am now an old man. Perhaps it is because I was but a boy when I...when I betrayed his trust, all those years ago.
91 How did you come to betray him?
92 I know all about it. I must admit to having read your journal.
100 I see. I suppose you have some reason I should not summon my guards immediately to deliver you a sound thrashing?
100 I see. I suppose you have some reason I should not summon my guards immediately to deliver you a sound thrashing?
101 Please, allow me to return it. I've seen the error of my ways.
102 Appleby hired me to steal it, but I've changed my mind.
103 If you would like them to see your humiliating beating, go ahead.
110 His treachery is well known to me, and tiresome as well. I think it's time I sent some people over to have a talk with Mr. Appleby. But I believe I may have a job for a resourceful individual such as yourself.
110 His treachery is well known to me, and tiresome as well. I think it's time I sent some people over to have a talk with Mr. Appleby. But I believe I may have a job for a resourceful individual such as yourself.
111 And that would be?
112 Why does Appleby hate you so much?
119 Sorry, not interested.
120 Since you have read my journal, you know of my association with the Black Mountain Clan. I'd like for you to go search their mines for some clue to their whereabouts.
120 Since you have read my journal, you know of my association with the Black Mountain Clan. I'd like for you to go search their mines for some clue to their whereabouts.
121 You've caught my fancy. I will endeavor to return with some word.
122 Sorry, not interested.
130 Your spirit invigorates an old man. Here, let me mark your map. Please return as soon as you have any information, I will make it worth your while.
130 Your spirit invigorates an old man. Here, let me mark your map. Please return as soon as you have any information, I will make it worth your while.
131 I shall return with the information you have requested.
132 Thank you. Here is your journal back, you forgot to take it.
140 You have the nerve to rebuff me after you have stolen my personal belongings? I strongly suggest you reconsider.
140 You have the nerve to rebuff me after you have stolen my personal belongings? I strongly suggest you reconsider.
141 You make a strong case. I accept your proposal.
142 I strongly suggest you reconsider your tone, old man.
150 While I might admire your impertinence, I will have no more of it. Accept my offer, or accept the consequences.
150 While I might admire your impertinence, I will have no more of it. Accept my offer, or accept the consequences.
151 How can I refuse such an elegantly phrased request?
152 You shall be accepting the consequences of your impertinence!
160 Ah, this old man's mind is going ... you should keep it, it could harbor some clue that I've forgotten through the fog of my years. I advise you not to let it out of your care, though, as that could be ... unhealthy.
160 Ah, this old man's mind is going ... you should keep it, it could harbor some clue that I've forgotten through the fog of my years. I advise you not to let it out of your care, though, as that could be ... unhealthy.
161 I shall return with the information you have requested.
162 You'd trust me? Your feeble mind has surely rotted away.
170 Oh, one more thing ... I would like to purchase my ring back from you. I'd give you 200 gold. It would mean quite a bit to me, my father gave it to me before he died.
170 Oh, one more thing ... I would like to purchase my ring back from you. I'd give you 200 gold. It would mean quite a bit to me, my father gave it to me before he died.
171 Certainly. Here it is.
172 I don't have it here, but I will bring it when I return.
173 That is not enough.
174 300 would be better for me.
180 Much obliged. I will speak with you when you return.
180 Much obliged. I will speak with you when you return.
190 You will have to excuse an old man whose hearing is drifting away. I know that I could not have heard you refusing my generous offer.
190 You will have to excuse an old man whose hearing is drifting away. I know that I could not have heard you refusing my generous offer.
191 What sort would I be to refuse such an offer? [Give him the ring]
192 I don't have it here, but I will bring it when I return.
193 Do not trifle with me old man. Your offer was insulting.
200 You dare? I've beaten women within inches of their lives for less than that! Give me the ring NOW - you get nothing!
200 You dare? I've had men beaten within inches of their lives for less than that! Give me the ring NOW - you get nothing!
201 Please don't have me beaten! Here is your ring.
202 You'll get something - my foot planted in your nether regions!
210 Now remove your sorry, worthless hide from my presence and bring me some answers!
210 Now remove your sorry, worthless hide from my presence and bring me some answers!
211 Yes, sir. Thank you, sir.
212 Your problem is that you've lived too long. Let me fix that.
220 Yes, you are correct. That does seem to be a reasonable amount.
220 Yes, you are correct. That does seem to be a reasonable amount.
221 Here is your ring.
230 You stole into my house undetected, did you? Hmmm. I believe I might have a task for an individual such as yourself.
230 You stole into my house undetected, did you? Hmmm. I believe I might have a task for an individual such as yourself.
231 And that would be?
232 Sorry, not interested.
240 I do not recognize you, are you new here?
240 I do not recognize you, are you new here?
241 Actually, I'm not a servant, but it is imperative I speak with you.
242 I'm not a servant. I need to speak with you about this ring.
249 Yes I am, sir. Pardon my interruption, I'll be going now.
250 What sort of ruse is this? How did you get in here?
250 What sort of ruse is this? How did you get in here?
251 That's unimportant. We need to talk about a ring. [Describe ring.]
252 Cedric Appleby sent me to find something to expose you with.
253 Cedric Appleby sent me to find something to expose you with.
254 Why I'm here is more important. Appleby is looking to ruin you.
255 That's unimportant. I'm here to talk about this ring. [Show Ring.]
256 Why I'm here is more important. Appleby is looking to ruin you.
260 And you have chosen to share this with me to what end? Perhaps you are tired of living?
260 And you have chosen to share this with me to what end? Perhaps you are tired of living?
261 I needed to be able to talk to you about this ring.
262 I need to talk to you about a ring. [Describe the Ring]
263 Au contraire! It must be you that tires of life to speak to me thus!
264 I wanted to warn you of his treachery.
270 Your wit may prove to be the end of you, madam!
270 Your wit may prove to be the end of you, sir!
271 I knew one of your caliber would appreciate some verbal jousting!
272 I knew one of your caliber would appreciate some verbal jousting!
273 You misunderstand my threat for humor. It is time to die.
280 So true. It is refreshing to meet one who is not afraid to jest with someone in my position. But tell me, what brings you here?
280 So true. It is refreshing to meet one who is not afraid to jest with someone in my position. But tell me, what brings you here?
281 I needed to be able to talk to you about this ring.
282 I need to talk to you about a ring. [Describe the Ring]
283 I'm afraid it must wait. Goodbye.
290 His treachery is well known to me, and tiresome as well. I think it's time I sent some people over to have a talk with Mr. Appleby.
290 His treachery is well known to me, and tiresome as well. I think it's time I sent some people over to have a talk with Mr. Appleby.
291 I'd like to ask you about this ring.
292 I'd like to talk to you about a ring. [Describe the ring.]
293 Why does Appleby hate you so much?
299 Well, I just wanted to warn you. Goodbye.
300 Your impertinence astounds me! How dare you deign to approach me, servant!
300 Your impertinence astounds me! How dare you deign to approach me, servant!
301 I've something else that will astound you. [Show him the ring.]
302 I know I'm not fit to shine your shoes, but I must speak with you.
303 This will astound you even further. [Describe the ring.]
304 I've something else that will astound you. [Go to combat.]
305 Of course sir, pardon me, sir. I will make my exit now, sir.
310 This had best be worth my while or there will be hell to pay for squandering my time!
310 This had best be worth my while or there will be hell to pay for squandering my time!
311 I beg your patience, but I thought you'd want to see this ring.
312 I beg your pardon, but I must ask of a ring I had. [Describe ring.]
313 I want to talk to you about your ring a bit more.
314 I've heard enough of your blustering. I'll show you "hell to pay".
320 [This elderly man approaches you, his hand outstretched in greeting.] Good day to you, madam. I am Gilbert Bates, as I am sure you have surmised. My guards inform me there is a matter you wish to discuss?
320 [This elderly man approaches you, his hand outstretched in greeting.] Good day to you, sir. I am Gilbert Bates, as I am sure you have surmised. My guards inform me there is a matter you wish to discuss?
321 Quite so. I'd like to ask you about this ring.
322 I'd like to ask you about a ring I had. [Describe the ring.]
323 What is your involvement with the Black Mountain Clan?
324 What can you tell me of the recent attempt on your life?
329 That is true, but it will have to wait. Good day, sir.
330 Stennar! Wait, you're not ... when my guards said there was a dwarf with a ring, I thought ... did he send you?
330 Stennar! Wait, you're not ... when my guards said there was a dwarf with a ring, I thought ... did he send you?
331 Not unless he is a gnome. Stennar is a dwarven name.
332 No he didn't. I'm sorry, I must take my leave.
340 Please, don't leave. I must talk to you about Stennar. It's been so long. What happened to him?
340 Please, don't leave. I must talk to you about Stennar. It's been so long. What happened to him?
341 I don't know. I'd like to talk about a ring I found. [Describe ring.]
342 I don't know Stennar, but I'd like to talk about this ring.
349 I apologize, but I must go.
350 Of course he's not a gnome. But if you don't know him, where did you come by that ring? Dwarves generally have more dignity than to turn to thievery.
350 Of course he's not a gnome. But if you don't know him, where did you come by that ring? Dwarves generally have more dignity than to turn to thievery.
351 A strange looking gnome gave it to me as he lay dying.
352 How dare you accuse me of thievery! I'm no gnome! Good day!
360 Wha ... what did you say? I uh never, that is, I don't know anything about ... about them ...
360 Wha ... what did you say? I uh never, that is, I don't know anything about ... about them ...
361 I've been to the bottom of their mines. I know you were involved.
362 I must have been mistaken. Goodbye.
370 You've been there? Do you know what happened to them?
370 You've been there? Do you know what happened to them?
371 They were banished to the isle of despair, because of you.
380 And why would the village idiot be addressing me?
380 And why would the village idiot be addressing me?
381 Me kill sab ah toors.
382 Black clan bamished cuz you.
383 You ring? [Show ring.]
384 I had ring. [Make feeble attempt to describe the ring.]
389 ugha?
390 When my guards told me you would be coming to speak with me they failed to mention that you were a complete idiot.
390 When my guards told me you would be coming to speak with me they failed to mention that you were a complete idiot.
391 This your ring?
392 I had ring. [Make feeble attempt to describe the ring.]
399 Uhfgnmm.
400 Where did you get that ring? Did a dwarf give it to you?
400 Where did you get that ring? Did a dwarf give it to you?
401 No. Stupid scarface gnome gave. Then died.
405 Scar? Where was this scar? Speak up, you ignorant fool!
405 Scar? Where was this scar? Speak up, you ignorant fool!
406 Eye.
410 Damn them all to hell! What did they do to you, Stennar?
410 Damn them all to hell! What did they do to you, Stennar?
411 Me not Stennar.
415 I know you're not Stennar, fool. Just pretend you're not a complete imbecile and listen. I need to share this with someone, and as luck would have it, you won't understand half of it anyway.
415 I know you're not Stennar, fool. Just pretend you're not a complete imbecile and listen. I need to share this with someone, and as luck would have it, you won't understand half of it anyway.
416 Okey.
417 I stole book. No story.
420 (Hmmm. He might just be stupid enough to do something for me.) YOU GO TO THE BLACK MOUNTAIN MINES AND FIND WHERE CLAN WENT TO, OKAY?
420 (Hmmm. She might just be stupid enough to do something for me.) YOU GO TO THE BLACK MOUNTAIN MINES AND FIND WHERE CLAN WENT TO, OKAY?
421 Yes?
422 Yes?
423 No!
425 I'll mark your map. Now get out. Come back when you are done.
425 I'll mark your map. Now get out. Come back when you are done.
426 boog gye.
430 You dare?! I suggest you change your mind, simpleton!
430 You dare?! I suggest you change your mind, simpleton!
431 yes!
432 yes!
433 No?
440 None of them ever returned with any worthwhile information, and some never returned at all. The ones that did told of vicious traps and creatures attacking them from the shadows. As word of these failures spread, it became more and more difficult to find souls brave enough to take on the challenge.
440 None of them ever returned with any worthwhile information, and some never returned at all. The ones that did told of vicious traps and creatures attacking them from the shadows. As word of these failures spread, it became more and more difficult to find souls brave enough to take on the challenge.
441 But why did he send me here with your ring?
442 What I do now?
446 Dwarveses on bad people island.
450 It is apparent to me that it has become imperative to find out the fate of the Black Mountain Clan. Thank you for bringing this to my attention, but I must retire to deduce my next step. Good day.
450 It is apparent to me that it has become imperative to find out the fate of the Black Mountain Clan. Thank you for bringing this to my attention, but I must retire to deduce my next step. Good day.
451 I would be interested in solving this conundrum as well.
452 As I see it, the next step is to go to the Isle of Despair.
459 I wish you well. Goodbye.
460 You do seem to be a resourceful individual. I believe I would like to employ you for this task. I assure you I would make it worth your while.
460 You do seem to be a resourceful individual. I believe I would like to employ you for this task. I assure you I would make it worth your while.
461 Accepted.
462 Accepted.
468 I spoke too hastily. I must take my leave.
469 I spoke too hastily. I must take my leave.
470 Splendid! Here, let me mark your map with the location of the Black Mountain mines. I am certain there must be some clues to be found there. Please, return as soon as you have found anything.
470 Splendid! Here, let me mark your map with the location of the Black Mountain mines. I am certain there must be some clues to be found there. Please, return as soon as you have found anything.
471 I shall return with the information you have requested.
472 May I ask you some questions before I leave?
473 I shall return with the information you have requested.
480 Banished? Where?
480 Banished? Where?
481 Ilo dispar?
490 You have returned! Tell me, what news?
490 You have returned! Tell me, what news?
491 The dwarves were banished to the Isle of Despair because, uh ...
492 I've brought the ring for you. [Give him the ring.]
493 I have decided to go to the Isle of Despair. How do I get there?
494 They aren't on the Isle of Despair. They were never there.
495 I've talked with Loghaire, of the Wheel Clan.
496 I have something important to discuss.
497 I have decided to search the Black Mountain mines for you.
498 The Black Mountain Clan were banished to the void by the dark elves.
499 I have found no new information since we last spoke.
500 For the sake of the gods, out with it, man!
500 For the sake of the gods, out with it, woman!




Let me tell you why you're here. You know something. What you know, you can't explain, but you feel it. You felt it your entire life. There's something's wrong with the world. You don't know what, but it's there. Like a splinter in your mind, driving you mad. It is this feeling that has brought you to me. Do you know what I'm talking about?

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