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1 What? Who are you to trespass in the halls of our business establishment? Identify yourself immediately!
1 What? Who are you to trespass in the halls of our business establishment? Identify yourself immediately!
2 Forgive the intrusion, but I'm in dire need of some information.
3 Business establishment? This is a house of horrors!
4 I think after what I've seen, you'd better identify YOURself.
5 I'd watch my tongue if I were you, wizard.
6 So sorry, my good man. I'll just make my way to the door...
7 Uhh...who you? I not smart...
10 Information? You've violated our home and our business out of the need for some information? That's utterly preposterous!
10 Information? You've violated our home and our business out of the need for some information? That's utterly preposterous!
11 Yes, and you'll regret it if you're anything but forthcoming.
12 Mouth off again, and you'll be dealing with Magnus here.
13 Yes, and you'll regret it if you're anything but forthcoming.
14 Mouth off again, and you'll be dealing with Magnus here.
15 I can assure you that it's of the utmost importance.
16 This is your home as well? Egads, man! It's a crypt!
17 Perhaps you're right. I'll take my leave of you.
20 I'll be the judge of what's important in my own home! What could you possibly need to know that justifies this outrage!
20 I'll be the judge of what's important in my own home! What could you possibly need to know that justifies this outrage!
21 You attitude leaves something to be desired, wizard.
22 You attitude leaves something to be desired, wizard.
23 What, exactly, is going on around here?
24 I need to find out the identity of one of your clients...
25 Perhaps you're right. I'll take my leave of you.
28 Impossible! Even if you were here on legitimate business, we at P. Schuyler and Sons would never betray the confidentiality of our clients! To even think such a thing...
28 Impossible! Even if you were here on legitimate business, we at P. Schuyler and Sons would never betray the confidentiality of our clients! To even think such a thing...
29 As if this Freak Show has anything to do with legitimacy...
30 What IS your business, sir?
31 I'm extremely close to putting you OUT of business.
32 My friend Magnus and I here to put you OUT of business.
33 I'm extremely close to putting you OUT of business.
34 My friend Magnus and I here to put you OUT of business.
35 Listen, I'm not here to make trouble, but I HAVE seen a lot...
36 I believe it's high time I left.
38 Yeesss, you have, haven't you? You've got me in quite a predicament. I suppose there's something to be said for making the best out of a bad situation. And you are persistent, I'll give you that...
38 Yeesss, you have, haven't you? You've got me in quite a predicament. I suppose there's something to be said for making the best out of a bad situation. And you are persistent, I'll give you that...
39 A true predicament, yes. One that just might cost you...
40 Spoken like the true bootlicker you are, sir.
41 Magnus and I had you pegged for a bootlicker, wizard.
42 I'd appreciate any knowledge you have pertaining to a ring.
43 I'm asking only for some information about a ring I once had.
44 I think I'll just make my way to the door.
46 A ring? Why would you think I would know about such a thing? We've sold thousands of rings...what would distinguish this one from the others?
46 A ring? Why would you think I would know about such a thing? We've sold thousands of rings...what would distinguish this one from the others?
47 Please, sir. Just take a look. [Show him the ring.]
48 Would you please listen for a moment? [Describe the ring.]
50 Ah yes. I see...a signet ring. And these letters G.B....more than likely they belong to the individual who purchased the ring from us.
50 Ah yes. I see...a signet ring. And these letters G.B....more than likely they belong to the individual who purchased the ring from us.
51 Let's stop stating the obvious! Out with the owners name!
52 I guessed as much. Could tell me the identity of the owner?
53 I've had my fill of your pompous babblings.
54 I've had my fill of your pompous babblings.
56 Well, it seems we are at a crossroads, my friend. We, the Schuyler family, have been in business for more than 400 years. Never once in all that time have we betrayed the trust of a customer. And yet here you are, and so much you've seen!
56 Well, it seems we are at a crossroads, my friend. We, the Schuyler family, have been in business for more than 400 years. Never once in all that time have we betrayed the trust of a customer. And yet here you are, and so much you've seen!
57 But exactly WHAT have I seen? What is going on down here?
58 It would be in your best interests to give me what I want.
59 I've got a permanent solution for your perversity, Schuyler.
60 Magnus and I offer a permanent solution for your perversity.
61 I've got a permanent solution for your perversity, Schuyler.
62 Magnus and I offer a permanent solution for your perversity.
63 I really must be moving along...
65 I suppose it does no harm in telling you now. I am Winston Schuyler, and these are my brothers, Edward and Niles. The Schuyler name is an old name...one of the oldest families in all of Arcanum...we've traced our blood lines back to the Age of Legends and further. And always, from the very beginning, we have practiced the darker arts...
65 I suppose it does no harm in telling you now. I am Winston Schuyler, and these are my brothers, Edward and Niles. The Schuyler name is an old name...one of the oldest families in all of Arcanum...we've traced our blood lines back to the Age of Legends and further. And always, from the very beginning, we have practiced the darker arts...
66 What exactly do you mean by the 'darker arts'?
67 The old blood lines have to end somewhere, Winston.
68 Magnus and I will end the Schuyler blood lines, right here.
69 The old blood lines have to end somewhere, Winston.
70 Magnus and I will end the Schuyler blood lines, right here.
71 Perhaps it's best that I go.
74 Necromancy, my curious friend. Conjurings of the spirits, phantasmal speaking, the animation of the incurably dead. The Schuylers are a family who spend their time in the twilight lands, cowled in death and shadow...
74 Necromancy, my curious friend. Conjurings of the spirits, phantasmal speaking, the animation of the incurably dead. The Schuylers are a family who spend their time in the twilight lands, cowled in death and shadow...
75 I see. That explains the dwarf zombies. They're your work.
76 Necromancy? Has this always been the family business?
77 Ah! What say I send you to the twilight lands for good?
78 What say Magnus and I send you to the twilight lands for good?
79 Ah! What say I send you to the twilight lands for good?
80 What say Magnus and I send you to the twilight lands for good?
81 Well, well! Look at the time! Time to go.
83 Yes. It's not as cruel as you might think...these bodies are long past usefulness to anyone. They are spiritless and good for digging. And with the bounty we've discovered here in this dwarven tomb, they are extremely useful...
83 Yes. It's not as cruel as you might think...these bodies are long past usefulness to anyone. They are spiritless and properly good for digging. And with the bounty we've discovered here in this dwarven tomb, they've been extremely useful...
84 So, you think profaning the dwarven dead is right proper?
85 And has your family always been in the necromancy business?
86 And you built your store over this dwarven tomb?
87 I was just leaving...
90 Yes...we discovered the tomb more than 150 years ago, before Tarant had become such a great city. And so our family left their home in old Caladon, and moved here. We weren't sad to leave there...some of the locals had begun to become suspicious of our activities.
90 Yes...we discovered the tomb more than 150 years ago, before Tarant had become such a great city. And so our family left their home in old Caladon, and moved here. We weren't sad to leave there...some of the locals had begun to become suspicious of our activities.
91 No offense, but I can see why they might be a little leery...
92 Suspicious? You're monsters! Of course they were suspicious!
94 Sadly, I can see your point. The world, for ones such as we, is becoming smaller. So few people remember the old ways, when magic was a part of everything and everyone. There was a time when we were legitimate businessmen, and no one blinked an eye at our operations...
94 Sadly, I can see your point. The world, for ones such as we, is becoming smaller. So few people remember the old ways, when magic was a part of everything and everyone. There was a time when we were legitimate businessmen, and no one blinked an eye at our operations...
95 Unfortunately, I cannot ignore what you've done here.
96 Magnus and I have come to rectify this dwarven tragedy.
97 Unfortunately, I cannot ignore what you've done here.
98 Magnus and I have come to rectify this dwarven tragedy.
99 It seems, as you said, we are at the crossroads. Where to go?
100 I leave you to your world, sir. It's time I said good bye...
103 Yes, where? I seem to have something you need, and you hold something of ours as well...our anonymity. We are hurting no one here...the spirits of these dwarves are long gone, and we own the land upon which this tomb rests...
103 Yes, where? I seem to have something you need, and you hold something of ours as well...our anonymity. We are hurting no one here...the spirits of these dwarves are long gone, and we own the land upon which this tomb rests...
104 Don't you think that the dwarves might consider this heinous?
105 How could you think I'd turn a blind eye to your crimes?
106 Magnus and I are in no mood to negotiate. Cease and desist.
107 How could you think I'd turn a blind eye to your crimes?
108 Magnus and I are in no mood to negotiate. Cease and desist.
110 Yes, I think that might just be possible. If you agree to tell no one about our business operations, I will find out for you who owns this ring. Are we agreed?
110 Yes, I think that might just be possible. If you agree to tell no one about our business operations, I will find out for you who owns this ring. Are we agreed?
111 Agreed.
112 Agreed.
113 I'm sorry, but I can't let this travesty continue.
114 Foolish man! As if I'd betray Magnus and his dwarven people!
118 You break into my home, and then have the gall to insult me? Do you have any idea of the powers I can bring to bear against you, stranger? Dark rivers of twisted image and dream, fragments of night-fear, the frayed and tattered screams of the desperate and the damned...!
118 You break into my home, and then have the gall to insult me? Do you have any idea of the powers I can bring to bear against you, stranger? Dark rivers of twisted image and dream, fragments of night-fear, the frayed and tattered screams of the desperate and the damned...!
119 My apologies. I need only the name of one of your clients...
120 Threaten me again, wizard, and you're through.
121 Magnus and I aren't too worried about your threats, wizard.
122 Threaten me again, wizard, and you're through.
123 Magnus and I aren't too worried about your threats, wizard.
124 I see. Perhaps you should tell me who you are...
125 I think it's time I made my exit...
127 I'll be the one demanding answers around here. You've obviously NO idea what you've stumbled into...and your situation is only worsening. I'm not going to ask again. WHY ARE YOU HERE?
127 I'll be the one demanding answers around here. You've obviously NO idea what you've stumbled into...and your situation is only worsening. I'm not going to ask again. WHY ARE YOU HERE?
128 Okay, okay. I'm in desperate need of some information...
129 Fine. Please take a look at this ring...[Show him the ring.]
130 Fine. I used to have this ring, you see...[Describe the ring.]
131 Please, I only need to know the ring owner's identity...
132 Alright, but I'd like to know what is going on down here.
133 Right. But you said something before of the darker arts?
134 Okay. These zombies...they're your work?
135 Okay...but this store! You built it right over the dwarven tomb?
136 Fine. But you can see why people might think you a bit odd?
137 Alright. We seem to be at an impasse. Where do we go?
138 Convenient we're in a tomb. You're going to be in need of one.
139 Magnus and I are going to bury you here, buffoon.
140 Convenient we're in a tomb. You're going to be in need of one.
141 Magnus and I are going to bury you here, buffoon.
142 We're not seeing eye to eye. Perhaps I'd better go...
146 You're mistaken there, stranger. You're not going ANYWHERE until you've told me exactly why you're here. Any attempt by you to leave before then will be met with the most EXTREME resistance.
146 You're mistaken there, stranger. You're not going ANYWHERE until you've told me exactly why you're here. Any attempt by you to leave before then will be met with the most EXTREME resistance.
147 Okay, okay. I'm in desperate need of some information...
148 Fine. Please take a look at this ring...[Show him the ring.]
149 Fine. I used to have this ring, you see...[Describe the ring.]
150 Please, I only need to know the ring owner's identity...
151 Alright, but I'd like to know what is going on down here.
152 Right. But you said something before of the darker arts?
153 Okay. These zombies...they're your work?
154 Okay...but this store! You built it right over the dwarven tomb?
155 Fine. But you can see why people might think you a bit odd?
156 Alright. We seem to be at an impasse. Where do we go?
157 Fine. Can we come to some sort of agreement?
158 I'm afraid it is YOU that has made the terrible mistake...
159 I believe we've had enough of you, fool.
160 I'm afraid it is YOU that has made the terrible mistake...
161 I believe we've had enough of you, fool.
163 Extortion now, is it? My patience is running extremely thin. Perhaps the time for words is past...
163 Extortion now, is it? My patience is running extremely thin. Perhaps the time for words is past...
164 I'm only trying to get some answers...
165 I'd say that time is long overdue. YOUR time, as well.
166 I'd say that time is long overdue. YOUR time, as well.
168 You're in no position to make demands, fool. Calm yourself, or I'll be forced to do so.
168 You're in no position to make demands, fool. Calm yourself, or I'll be forced to do so.
169 Please forgive my rashness. I'm very anxious to resolve this...
170 This is pointless. I'll not take orders from the likes of you...
171 This is pointless. I'll not take orders from the likes of you...
173 Yes...for as many generations as have been recorded in our family tome, the Schuylers have walked with the spirits of the dead. My great-great-great grandfather was Conjurer-Witness to the chiefs of the Clan Wars, where the great machines of the dwarves leveled cities and mountains...
173 Yes...for as many generations as have been recorded in our family tome, the Schuylers have walked with the spirits of the dead. My great-great-great grandfather was Conjurer-Witness to the chiefs of the Clan Wars, where the great machines of the dwarves leveled cities and mountains...
174 Interesting...please continue...
175 I see. Let's talk about these zombies. They're your work?
177 I told you before, we can trace our history back to the Age of Legends, where the great Necromancers ruled along with the Elven Council. The days when mighty Kerghan, perhaps the first of our kind, battled the Bane of Kree in the Dead Hollows, and the very stones burned there for three days in their passing...
177 I told you before, we can trace our history back to the Age of Legends, where the great Necromancers ruled along with the Elven Council. The days when mighty Kerghan, perhaps the first of our kind, battled the Bane of Kree in the Dead Hollows, and the very stones burned there for three days in their passing...
178 That's fascinating. How did you go into business?
179 And these zombies? You're responsible?
181 Oh, it's just the way things happen. My grandfather, Basil Schuyler, decided he was tired of the stigma which had risen around our family. You know, most people tend to stay away from Necromancers as a general rule...
181 Oh, it's just the way things happen. My grandfather, Basil Schuyler, decided he was tired of the stigma which had risen around our family. You know, most people tend to stay away from Necromancers as a general rule...
182 Yes, I can see why. And so...?
184 Well, he moved to Caladon and started a small business there. P. Schuyler and Sons. My father and my uncle were both still fairly young, but powerful in the arts. They used their powers to locate lost artifacts, and made a business of selling unique and rare jewelry. As you can see, the business has done fairly well.
184 Well, he moved to Caladon and started a small business there. P. Schuyler and Sons. My father and my uncle were both still fairly young, but powerful in the arts. They used their powers to locate lost artifacts, and made a business of selling unique and rare jewelry. As you can see, the business has done fairly well.
185 I should say so. Your family built this store over the tomb?
186 And what about this business with the Eyeless Five?
187 I've heard rumors about a gem dealer from Arland...
189 The Eyeless Five were a strange case...one that was never solved by the authorities, and was only associated with us because of the sale of the ruby pendants. We had nothing to do with the murders whatsoever. It may have been done merely to bring us unwanted attention...sometimes businessmen are worse than the most hardened criminals...
189 The Eyeless Five were a strange case...one that was never solved by the authorities, and was only associated with us because of the sale of the ruby pendants. We had nothing to do with the murders whatsoever. It may have been done merely to bring us unwanted attention...sometimes businessmen are worse than the most hardened criminals...
190 I see. And the gem dealer from Arland?
191 Strange, I must say. Your family built this store over the tomb?
193 That man was sick before we ever saw him. Our meeting was a legitimate business transaction. His death following it was, unfortunately, an inevitability brought about by his weak constitution.
193 That man was sick before we ever saw him. Our meeting was a legitimate business transaction. His death following it was, unfortunately, an inevitability brought about by his weak constitution.
194 And the Eyeless Five?
195 I see. So, your family built this store over the dwarven tomb?
200 Really? Any more monstrous than the loggers who tear up trees inhabited by the spirits of elven holy men? Or the great industrialists who blast train tunnels through the sacred blood stones of the old Ogre tribes? Our small enterprise here can barely be called monstrous...
200 Really? Any more monstrous than the loggers who tear up trees inhabited by the spirits of elven holy men? Or the great industrialists who blast train tunnels through the sacred blood stones of the old Ogre tribes? Our small enterprise here can barely be called monstrous...
201 True. True. Still, your business here is a bit on the odd side.
202 Your justifications are flimsy. I'd guess your mettle is the same.
203 Your justifications are flimsy. I'd guess your mettle is the same.
208 This tomb is from a clan long forgotten...the very fact that it lies here in the lowlands, and not the mountains, says that they were more than likely considered a lesser dwarven people. In fact, it's a strong possibility they were outcasts...you know a dwarves true home is ALWAYS in the hand-carved caverns of mountain stone...
208 This tomb is from a clan long forgotten...the very fact that it lies here in the lowlands, and not the mountains, says that they were more than likely considered a lesser dwarven people. In fact, it's a strong possibility they were outcasts...you know a dwarves true home is ALWAYS in the hand-carved caverns of mountain stone...
209 Well, I'm convinced. Maybe we can come to an agreement?
210 I don't buy it. How can you be sure?
211 My friend Magnus, here, might take offense to your words.
213 I'm sorry, but look at the evidence. The quality of the stonework here is shoddy, most of the jewelry we bring up out of here is so poorly made that we have to melt it down for our own uses, and look!...there's no writing on the walls...these dwarves may very well have been illiterate...
213 I'm sorry, but look at the evidence. The quality of the stonework here is shoddy, most of the jewelry we bring up out of here is so poorly made that we have to melt it down for our own uses, and look!...there's no writing on the walls...these dwarves may very well have been illiterate...
214 That's a strong argument. Can we come to an understanding?
215 Wait! You're talking about an old, proud people here!
216 Hold on! These were Magnus' forefathers!
218 I'm sorry, but the proof is irrefutable! Look at these dwarven zombies....all of their foreheads are sloped, many have physical defects like extra toes, the eyes are very close together. No dwarf would possibly claim these freakish dwarves as their people!
218 I'm sorry, but the proof is irrefutable! Look at these dwarven zombies....all of their foreheads are sloped, many have physical defects like extra toes, the eyes are very close together. No dwarf would possibly claim these freakish dwarves as their people!
219 You've sold me. Can we reach an understanding?
220 My god man! I will hear no more! Prepare to die!
221 What! Magnus and I will avenge these dwarves! Attack!
223 Don't test me, stranger. There's only so much insolence I will tolerate here. Insult or threaten me again, and I will destroy you...
223 Don't test me, stranger. There's only so much insolence I will tolerate here. Insult or threaten me again, and I will destroy you...
224 Okay, okay. I'm in desperate need of some information...
225 Fine. Please take a look at this ring...[Show him the ring.]
226 Fine. I used to have this ring, you see...[Describe the ring.]
227 Please, I only need to know the ring owner's identity...
228 Alright, but I'd like to know what is going on down here.
229 Right. But you said something before of the darker arts?
230 Okay. These zombies...they're your work?
231 Okay...but this store! You built it right over the dwarven tomb?
232 Fine. But you can see why people might think you a bit odd?
233 Alright. We seem to be at an impasse. Where do we go?
234 Fine. Can we come to some sort of agreement?
235 Perhaps I didn't make myself clear. You're of no concern to me.
236 Perhaps I didn't make myself clear. You're of no concern to us.
238 Enough! You have brought this upon yourself! Surrender to the darkness...!
238 Enough! You have brought this upon yourself! Surrender to the darkness...!
244 I'm so very sorry about your friend, but such are the casualties of business. Now! For your information. Our records down here are very extensive, but it might take hours to find what we're looking for. I have a better way. We shall ask my father, Pelonious Schuyler.
244 Splendid. Our records down here are very extensive, but it might take hours to find what we're looking for. I have a better way. We shall ask my father.
245 Your father? And where is he?
247 Well, he is here and not here. As you can see, we've preserved his earthly shell down here...that's his body sitting in his favorite stuffed chair over there against the wall.
247 Well, he is here and not here. As you can see, we've preserved his earthly shell down here...that's his body sitting in his favorite stuffed chair over there against the wall.
248 Hmmm. I'm at a loss...is this a standard necromantic practice?
250 Not really. But in his will, my father insisted that we...uhh...exhibit him just so. He was always very protective of the business, and this was his way of reminding us of the Schuyler standards...
250 Not really. But in his will, my father insisted that we...uhh...exhibit him just so. He was always very protective of the business, and this was his way of reminding us of the Schuyler standards...
251 No offense, but just how talkative is a...uh...rotting corpse?
253 Except in the case of re-animation, the necromancer deals rarely with the flesh...it's the spirits of the dead we converse with. This shell acts only as a medium for our impending conversation. Our father has as little to do with this body as your spirit does with the clothes you currently wear. Do you understand?
253 Except in the case of re-animation, the necromancer deals rarely with the flesh...it's the spirits of the dead we converse with. This shell acts only as a medium for our impending conversation. Our father has as little to do with this body as your spirit does with the clothes you currently wear. Do you understand?
254 Of course. It's a bit unnerving, but I think I'll manage.
256 Very well. We shall proceed. I now call to the other side, the place of shades and shadows...we call upon you, spirit of Pelonious Schuyler, who walks now where we only can look. Do you hear us...?
256 Very well. We shall proceed. I now call to the other side, the place of shades and shadows...we call upon you, spirit of Pelonious Schuyler, who walks now where we only can look. Do you hear us...?
257 Yes, yes...get on with it, then...
263 It's been a pleasure doing business with you. Good luck wherever your travels may take you.
263 It's been a pleasure doing business with you. Good luck wherever your travels may take you.
273 By the gods! A complete halfwit has violated our inner sanctum, my brothers! This cannot be permitted! Kill her at once!
273 By the gods! A complete halfwit has violated our inner sanctum, my brothers! This cannot be permitted! Kill him at once!
274 Very Good! Now, for your information. Our records down here are very extensive, but it might take hours to find what we're looking for. I have a better way. We shall ask my father, Pelonious Schuyler.
274 Very Good! Now, for your information. Our records down here are very extensive, but it might take hours to find what we're looking for. I have a better way. We shall ask my father, Pelonious Schuyler.
275 Your father? And where is he?
276 I'm afraid that you're going to have to take care of your friend Magnus before we speak any further, friend...
276 I'm afraid that you're going to have to take care of your friend Magnus before we speak any further, friend...
277 Please speak with my father...he awaits you...
277 Please speak with my father...he awaits you...




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