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2 Whose house might this be?
3 I need to gain an audience with Mr. Bates.
4 I have a matter of utmost importance to discuss with Mr. Bates.
5 I have "removed" the saboteurs that have been plaguing you.
6 I have decided to remove the saboteurs for you.
7 Who house?
8 killed sab-o-toors
9 I need talk to Bates.
10 I need talk to Bates.
11 I have information from the Black Mountain clan for Mr. Bates.
12 I have information from the Black Mountain clan for Mr. Bates.
14 I am here to see Mr. Bates.
15 I am here to see Mr. Bates.
16 I have decided to remove the saboteurs for you.
17 Appleby is behind the sabotage. He tried to enlist me to help.
19 Gilbert Bates, the industrialist, lives here.
19 Gilbert Bates, the industrialist, lives here.
20 I need to gain an audience with Mr. Bates.
21 I have "removed" the saboteurs that have been plaguing you.
22 I kilt sab-o-toors!
23 I need talk to Bates.
24 I have a matter of utmost importance to discuss with Mr. Bates.
27 That is not possible. Mr. Bates sees no one, especially now, with the recent attempt on his life.
27 That is not possible. Mr. Bates sees no one, especially now, with the recent attempts on his life.
28 Attempt on his life?
29 I have information from the Black Mountain clan for Mr. Bates.
30 I have information from the Black Mountain clan for Mr. Bates.
31 It is imperative that I speak with Mr. Bates.
32 I have a ring that used to belong to Mr. Bates.
33 I need to talk to him about a ring of his that I found.
34 I need talk to Bates.
35 It is imperative that I speak with Mr. Bates.
37 Well ... we've been having some problems with saboteurs at the factory. If you could "take care" of them, I am sure Mr. Bates would want to thank you personally.
37 Well ... we've been having some problems with saboteurs at the factory. If you could "take care" of them, I am sure Mr. Bates would want to thank you personally.
38 That sounds dangerous. Mr. Bates would be upset if I got hurt.
39 You have piqued my interest. What else can you tell me?
47 Not much, really. They usually strike in the middle of the night, some time after midnight. We've lost several guards we've sent there to stop them.
47 Not much, really. They usually strike in the middle of the night, some time after midnight. We've lost several guards we've sent there to stop them.
48 I'll take care of them.
49 If your guards can't stop them, what chance would I have?
57 Heh, heh. Good luck. The factory is located at the tail end of Ten Hands Alley. Here is the key, the guards will be expecting you. Come back here when you have dispatched them, and I will let you in to see Mr. Bates.
57 Heh, heh. Good luck. The factory is located at the tail end of Ten Hands Alley. Here is the key, the guards will be expecting you. Come back here when you have dispatched them, and I will let you in to see Mr. Bates.
67 Not much of one, I am afraid. You asked how to get in to see Bates, I told you. If you are not interested, please leave.
67 Not much of one, I am afraid. You asked how to get in to see Bates, I told you. If you are not interested, please leave.
68 I will take care of your problem, then.
77 And this matter would be pertaining to?
77 And this matter would be pertaining to?
78 Cedric Appleby tried to hire me to sabotage Bates' factory.
79 Cedric Appleby hired me to sabotage Bates' factory.
80 I have a ring that used to belong to Mr. Bates.
81 I need to talk to him about a ring of his that I found.
82 Cedric Appleby tried to hire me to sabotage Bates' factory.
83 I need to talk to him about a ring of his.
87 What?! I should not be surprised. It is well past time Mr. Appleby was paid a visit by some ... "friends" of Mr. Bates. Mr. Bates will want to thank you personally. I am sure. Please, enter.
87 What?! I should not be surprised. It is well past time Mr. Appleby was paid a visit by some ... "friends" of Mr. Bates. Mr. Bates will want to thank you personally. I am sure. Please, enter.
97 Oh, a confederate of Appleby, eh? What's your game this time?
97 Oh, a confederate of Appleby, eh? What's your game this time?
98 You don't understand, Appleby is trying to sabotage your factory!
99 You no unnerstand! I no like Appuhlsbee!
107 I suggest you be on your way before I have you arrested. I have no patience for Appleby or his ilk.
107 I suggest you be on your way before I have you arrested. I have no patience for Appleby or his ilk.
115 Are you mentally deficient? I'm trying to warn you!
117 Well, since you're such a friend of Appleby's, it should be no problem for you to remove our saboteur difficulties. If you accomplish that, Mr. Bates would want to thank you in person.
117 Well, since you're such a friend of Appleby's, it should be no problem for you to remove our saboteur difficulties. If you accomplish that, Mr. Bates would want to thank you in person.
118 If that's the only way in, so be it. What details can you give me?
119 Actually, I have a message from Appleby: Die, fascist swine!
127 Thank the gods! I thought we would never be rid of them. Please, go inside. Mr. Bates will be anxious to thank you.
127 Thank the gods! I thought we would never be rid of them. Please, go inside. Mr. Bates will be anxious to thank you.
137 Of course. Go right in.
137 Of course. Go right in.
138 You and every other assassin or lunatic who comes around here. Move along.
138 You and every other assassin or lunatic who comes around here. Move along.
139 Mr. Bates will be extremely upset when he hears of this.
140 How can I get in to see him, then?
141 Mr. Bates will be extremely upset when he hears of this.
142 So you know every close friend Mr. Bates has ever had?
145 I will take my chances, madam. Now unless you have some other nonsense to spout, please move along.
145 I will take my chances, sir. Now unless you have some other nonsense to spout, please move along.
146 How can I get in to see him, then?
147 I have nothing left to spout, save blood from your ears.
152 Did you say the Black Mountain Clan?! By the gods!! We have standing orders, but I never thought, ... I mean, uh go right in, madam.
152 Did you say the Black Mountain Clan?! By the gods!! We have standing orders, but I never thought, ... I mean, uh go right in, sir.
157 Listen, idiot. No one gets in to talk to Bates.
157 Listen, idiot. No one gets in to talk to Bates.
158 But I need talk to Bates.
159 But I need talk to Bates.
160 But I need talk to Bates.
161 If you are serious about seeing him, I might have a job for you.
161 If you are serious about seeing him, I might have a job for you.
162 Yes yes yes yes. Job. Me good at jobs.
163 Nah dah.
166 There's some saboteu .... uh, that won't work ... KILL BAD MEN WHO GO TO FACTORY AFTER 12:00 AT NIGHT.
166 There's some saboteu .... uh, that won't work ... KILL BAD MEN WHO GO TO FACTORY AFTER 12:00 AT NIGHT.
167 Oright.
168 No.
171 Heh, heh. GOOD LUCK. FACTORY AT END OF TEN HANDS ALLEY. COME HERE WHEN YOU HAVE MADE THEM DEAD. HERE KEY TO GET IN.
171 Heh, heh. GOOD LUCK. FACTORY AT END OF TEN HANDS ALLEY. COME HERE WHEN YOU HAVE MADE THEM DEAD. HERE KEY TO GET IN.
172 Urgh.
175 I told you, kill bad men, then go in.
175 I told you, kill bad men, then go in.
176 Okay. I kill.
177 urf.
179 Congratulations, my stupid friend. Thank you for helping us out. Please go in, I am sure Mr. Bates will want to thank you personally.
179 Congratulations, my stupid friend. Thank you for helping us out. Please go in, I am sure Mr. Bates will want to thank you personally.
180 Please take your insults elsewhere. I have a job to do here.
180 Please take your insults elsewhere. I have a job to do here.
183 Is there anything else I could help you with?
183 Is there anything else I could help you with?
184 Whose house might this be?
185 I need to gain an audience with Mr. Bates.
186 I have a matter of utmost importance to discuss with Mr. Bates.
187 I have "removed" the saboteurs that have been plaguing you.
189 I have information from the Black Mountain clan for Mr. Bates.
190 I have information from the Black Mountain clan for Mr. Bates.
191 I am here to see Mr. Bates.
193 Guards! Attack!
193 Guards! Attack!
194 I think I have a far greater idea of what Mr. Bates would be upset about than you do, miscreant.
194 I think I have a far greater idea of what Mr. Bates would be upset about than you do, miscreant.
195 I think he'd be upset about you speaking to an old friend this way.
196 I'm an old friend of his from the university.
197 I think he will be upset when I kill his guards. Die!!!
200 What do you mean, "old friend"?
200 What do you mean, "old friend"?
201 Our mothers have been close friends since we were children.
202 Our mothers have been close friends since we were children.
204 I've known him forever. I wouldn't keep me out, if I were you.
205 I loaned him a large sum of money twenty five years ago.
206 I loaned him a large sum of money twenty five years ago.
212 Uh ... If you are a friend .. umm ... you should have telegraphed ahead to Mr. Bates so he could have notified us to expect you.
212 Uh ... If you are a friend .. umm ... you should have telegraphed ahead to Mr. Bates so he could have notified us to expect you.
213 I did telegraph ahead. It hasn't been delivered?
214 I did telegraph ahead. It hasn't been delivered?
215 I'll telegraph him about your rudeness to one of his oldest friends.
218 Oh, uh ... that won't be necessary, madam, I just need some explanation or ... a ... something to convince me he would grant you an audience.
218 Oh, uh ... that won't be necessary, sir, I just need some explanation or ... a ... something to convince me he would grant you an audience.
219 I have had enough of this. Bring me to him and he'll settle it.
220 His mother is very sick! I must get word to him!
221 His mother is very sick! I must get word to him!
222 We were very close while struggling to make our fortunes.
223 We were very close while struggling to make our fortunes.
225 Pardon my detaining you ma'am, it is obvious from your attitude that you are telling me the truth. You can understand how we need to be sure about these things. Please, go on in.
225 Pardon my detaining you sir, it is obvious from your attitude that you are telling me the truth. You can understand how we need to be sure about these things. Please, go on in.
228 Uh, no, I ah, never tried to imply I knew everything about his life, ma'am.
228 Uh, no, I ah, never tried to imply I knew everything about his life, sir.
229 Obviously not. Old Bates owes everything to me.
230 But I need to talk to him, nonetheless.
231 I've known him forever. I don't think it wise to keep me out here.
232 But I need to talk to him, nonetheless.
233 Well, what can you tell me about your saboteurs, then?
235 It may not be wise, but you would understand, if you are his friend, our need for safety. Mr. Bates is a well known man, with many enemies as well as admirers.
235 It may not be wise, but you would understand, if you are his friend, our need for safety. Mr. Bates is a well known man, with many enemies as well as admirers.
236 I'll be sure to advise him about the smash up job you are doing.
237 Yes, I once took a bullet intended for old Gilbert.
240 I ... uhm ... I'm not sure what to ... I don't know if you are who you say you are.
240 I ... uhm ... I'm not sure what to ... I don't know if you are who you say you are.
241 I have had enough of this. Bring me to him and he'll settle it.
242 We were very close while we were both struggling businessmen.
243 I must get word of his mother's condition to him!
245 Pardon my detaining you ma'am, it is obvious from your attitude that you are telling me the truth. You can understand how we need to be sure about these things. Please, go on in.
245 Pardon my detaining you sir, it is obvious from your attitude that you are telling me the truth. You can understand how we need to be sure about these things. Please, go on in.
246 Of course. Good day.
247 Of course. Good day.
258 You obviously know nothing about Mr. Bates, "old friend".
258 You obviously know nothing about Mr. Bates, "old friend".
259 But I need to talk to him, nonetheless.
260 Well, what can you tell me about your saboteurs, then?
267 Mr. Bates was a child prodigy, and immeasurably rich by the time he was seventeen years old. He rather detests learning institutions. Perhaps you should learn more of your subject before fabricating stories, eh?
267 Mr. Bates was a child prodigy, and immeasurably rich by the time he was seventeen years old. He rather detests learning institutions. Perhaps you should learn more of your subject before fabricating stories, eh?
268 So, Mr. Bates has never lectured or even been at the university?
269 You are wrong ... uh .. I was his schoolmate.
271 That is informative, as Mr. Bates was orphaned at young age. Perhaps you should learn more of your subject before fabricating stories, eh?
271 That is informative, as Mr. Bates was orphaned at young age. Perhaps you should learn more of your subject before fabricating stories, eh?
272 Our mothers couldn't have been close before he was orphaned?
273 My mother is a necromancer. She speaks with his mother daily.
274 But I need to talk to him, nonetheless.
275 Well, what can you tell me about your saboteurs, then?
277 Mr. Bates was a child prodigy, and immeasurably rich by the time he was seventeen years old. He rather detests learning institutions. Perhaps you should learn more of your subject before fabricating stories, eh?
277 Mr. Bates was a child prodigy, and immeasurably rich by the time he was seventeen years old. Perhaps you should learn more of your subject before fabricating stories, eh?
278 You are an expert on his financial dealings? Does he know this?
279 He was rich because I loaned him the money to get started!
281 Mr. Bates' FRIENDS are aware that he has his own personal telegraph within his home.
281 Mr. Bates' FRIENDS are aware that he has his own personal telegraph within his home.
282 I'll return with the telegraph and have you fired when I do!
283 It must have been installed recently. I've not been here in 5 years.
284 But I need to talk to him, nonetheless.
285 Well, what can you tell me about your saboteurs, then?
287 That is informative, as Mr. Bates was orphaned at young age. Perhaps you should learn more of your subject before fabricating stories, eh?
287 That is informative, as Mr. Bates was orphaned at young age. Perhaps you should learn more of your subject before fabricating stories, eh?
288 So, you know of all of Mr. Bates secret internal codes, do you?
289 You should learn more of your subject before instigating a fight!
290 But I need to talk to him, nonetheless.
291 Well, what can you tell me about your saboteurs, then?
297 I am the replacement servant.
298 Me Sir vent.
299 Of course. Go right in.
299 Of course. Go right in.
302 Mr. Bates was attacked in his study by some fanatic. Thank the gods Chukka was there to snap the intruder's neck before he could do any harm.
302 Mr. Bates was attacked in his study by some fanatic. Thank the gods Chukka was there to snap the intruder's neck before he could do any harm.
303 There must be some way I could see him.
304 Chukka?
305 There must be some way I could see him.
307 Chukka is Mr. Bates' bodyguard. Mr. Bates saved his life somehow, years ago. Chukka has been at his side ever since.
307 Chukka is Mr. Bates' bodyguard. Mr. Bates saved his life somehow, years ago. Chukka has been at his side ever since.
308 Nevertheless, it is imperative that I see him.
309 Go right in.
309 Go right in.
315 Of course. Go right in.
315 Of course. Go right in.
321 Don't you recognize me? I'm a servant here.
322 I servant.
323 I killed the saboteurs that have been plaguing you.
324 I kilt sabotoors!
325 Then you should know the rules. No servants are to enter the premises unless they are wearing their uniform.
325 Then you should know the rules. No servants are to enter the premises unless they are wearing their uniform.
326 Of course, how could I have forgotten? I'll be right back.
327 I go put it on.
328 I'm not a servant anymore, but I need to get in to see Mr. Bates.
329 I not servant, but need talk Bates.
330 Please leave the gate alone, madam.
330 Please leave the gate alone, sir.
331 It is late. Come back in the morning.
331 It is late. Come back in the morning.
332 [The guard snaps at you.] What do you want?
332 [The guard snaps at you.] What do you want?
333 What seems to be the problem?
334 What seems to be the problem?
335 What wrong?
336 What wrong?
340 You will have to pardon my less than cordial spirit, madam. A great man, Gilbert Bates, has been killed.
340 You will have to pardon my less than cordial spirit, sir. A great man, Gilbert Bates, has been killed.
341 That is a shame. Good day.
342 I am aware of that fact, being that I am the one who killed him.
343 That be too bad. Bye.
344 I kilt him.
345 [He glares at you.] That is nothing to jest about. If I thought it were true, you would be dead where you stand.
345 [He glares at you.] That is nothing to jest about. If I thought it were true, you would be dead where you stand.
346 I apologize, then. Good day.
347 I laughed as I watched him die. It was quite amusing.
348 I laugh at him while he bleed. I kill you now.
350 Nothing that a miscreant such as yourself could possibly understand. A great man is dead.
350 Nothing that a miscreant such as yourself could possibly understand. A great man is dead.
351 I apologize, then. Good day.
352 I laughed as I watched him die. It was quite amusing.
353 I laugh at him while he bleed. I kill you now.
360 [The guard snaps at you.] What do you want?
360 [The guard snaps at you.] What do you want?
361 What seems to be the problem?
362 What seems to be the problem?
363 What wrong?




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