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3 Ahoy there, mate. Some odd company ye keep, but I'm no stranger to ones sech as ye...
3 Ahoy there, mate. Some odd company ye keep, but I'm no stranger to ones sech as ye...
4 I'm sorry, I don't believe we've met...
5 Good to see you again, Captain Teach. Have you a moment...?
6 Duh...uh, who you?
7 Hey! Cappy! Have questions!
8 Yeah, yeah...bloody mage tricksters like ye are a copper a dozen, an' most a' ye end up on the bad end of a pike. How can I help ye?
8 Yeah, yeah...bloody mage tricksters like ye are a copper a dozen, an' most a' ye end up on the bad end of a pike. How can I help ye?
9 I'm sorry, I don't believe we've met...
10 Good to see you again, Captain Teach. Have you a moment...?
11 Duh...uh, who you?
12 Hey! Cappy! Have questions!
13 Quite a costume ye got there. I don't give a whale's blowhole as long as yer coins show gold...how can I help ye?
13 Quite a costume ye got there. I don't give a whale's blowhole as long as yer coins show gold...how can I help ye?
14 I'm sorry, I don't believe we've met...
15 Good to see you again, Captain Teach. Have you a moment...?
16 Duh...uh, who you?
17 Hey! Cappy! Have questions!
18 Ye might be in trouble, bein' a sheep and all, with some a' the scurvy buggers around here! What do ye want?
18 Ye might be in trouble, bein' a sheep and all, with some a' the scurvy buggers around here! What do ye want?
19 I'm sorry, I don't believe we've met...
20 Good to see you again, Captain Teach. Have you a moment...?
21 Duh...uh, who you?
22 Hey! Cappy! Have questions!
23 I don't care which one a ye is the boss, as long as the coin is good. How can Old Teach help ye?
23 I don't care which one a ye is the boss, as long as the coin is good. How can Old Teach help ye?
24 I'm sorry, I don't believe we've met...
25 Good to see you again, Captain Teach. Have you a moment...?
26 Duh...uh, who you?
27 Hey! Cappy! Have questions!
28 Small little bugger, ain't ye? I seen clams in less danger a' bein' squarshed! Ha! What can Old Teach do for ye?
28 Small little bugger, ain't ye? I seen clams in less danger a' bein' squarshed! Ha! What can Old Teach do for ye?
29 I'm sorry, I don't believe we've met...
30 Good to see you again, Captain Teach. Have you a moment...?
31 Duh...uh, who you?
32 Hey! Cappy! Have questions!
33 Salt and sea-devils! Get ye some clothes on! No self-respectin' swabby wants ta be seen with a half-naked landlubber! What can I do ye for?
33 Salt and sea-devils! Get ye some clothes on! No self-respectin' swabby wants ta be seen with a half-naked landlubber! What can I do ye for?
34 I'm sorry, I don't believe we've met...
35 Good to see you again, Captain Teach. Have you a moment...?
36 Duh...uh, who you?
37 Hey! Cappy! Have questions!
38 Aye, we be seeing a lot a' yer crazy barbarian kind in these parts. Old Teach don't care as long as yer coins rub gold. How can I help ye?
38 Aye, we be seeing a lot a' yer crazy barbarian kind in these parts. Old Teach don't care as long as yer coins rub gold. How can I help ye?
39 I'm sorry, I don't believe we've met...
40 Good to see you again, Captain Teach. Have you a moment...?
41 Duh...uh, who you?
42 Hey! Cappy! Have questions!
43 Ahoy there, mate. What can Old Teach do ye for?
43 Ahoy there, matey. What can Old Teach do ye for?
44 I'm sorry, I don't believe we've met...
45 Good to see you again, Captain Teach. Have you a moment...?
46 Duh...uh, who you?
47 Hey! Cappy! Have questions!
51 Aye, we haven't at that. I be Captain Edward Teach, salty sea-dog and cap'n of the Gypsy Shadow...the crustiest and most seaworthy vessel this side of Razor's Cape. Nice ta make yer 'quaintance...
51 Aye, we haven't at that. I be Captain Edward Teach, salty sea-dog and cap'n of the Gypsy Shadow...the crustiest and most seaworthy vessel this side of Razor's Cape. Nice ta make yer 'quaintance...
52 And a pleasure to make yours, Captain. I've a question or two...
53 The pleasure is mine, but I really must be going...
61 Of course, lassie...
61 Of course, matey...
62 Let's talk about your business, Captain...
63 What can you tell me of Ashbury?
64 I'm in need of passage to the Isle of Despair...
65 I'm in need of passage to the Isle of Despair...
66 I'm in need of passage to the Isle of Despair...
67 I'm in need of passage to the Isle of Despair...
68 I'm in need of passage to the Isle of Despair...
69 I'm in need of passage to the Isle of Despair...
70 I'm in need of passage to the Isle of Despair...
71 I've come back with the money for passage. Here it is...
72 I'll return soon with the 450 gold pieces we agreed on...
73 I've come back with the money for passage. Here it is...
74 I'll return soon with the 425 gold pieces we agreed on...
75 I've come back with the money for passage. Here it is...
76 I'll return soon with the 400 gold pieces we agreed on...
77 I've come back with the money for passage. Here it is...
78 I'll return soon with the 500 gold pieces we agreed on...
79 I'm ready to leave for the Isle of Despair, Captain.
80 I really must leave.
82 That be fortunate, laddie, as I sail by that godforsaken piece o' land quite often...
82 That be fortunate, missy, as I sail by that godforsaken piece o' land quite often...
83 Wonderful! So you'll grant me passage on the Gypsy Shadow?
84 I'll be taking my leave of you, now.
86 Now hold on to yer barnacles, there...I did say I'd sailed by the Isle, but as far as getting aboard my ship, that's another story. I have what ye might call an employer...and it be he that make the decisions concerning the Gypsy Shadow...
86 Now hold on to yer barnacles, there...I did say I'd sailed by the Isle, but as far as getting aboard my ship, that's another story. I have what ye might call an employer...and it be he that make the decisions concerning the Gypsy Shadow...
87 I see. Then need I speak with this individual?
88 That's unfortunate. I'll take my leave of you...
90 Yes, ye be needin' to speak with THE Mr. Gilbert Bates, and none other. If he gives the good word, I'll put ya aboard my ship and take ya wherever he sees fit...
90 Yes, ye be needin' to speak with THE Mr. Gilbert Bates, and none other. If he gives the good word, I'll put ya aboard my ship and take ya wherever he sees fit...
91 Gilbert Bates? What is your connection with him, Captain?
92 Where can I find Mr. Bates?
93 I'll do that. Thank you for your time, Captain...
95 I'll speak not a' my connection to Mr. Bates, friend. Let's just say that I owe him a few favors, and that'll be the end a' it...
95 I'll speak not a' my connection to Mr. Bates, friend. Let's just say that I owe him a few favors, and that'll be the end a' it...
96 I understand. And where can I find him?
97 Of course. I'll return once I've spoken to him.
99 I suppose he'd be at his home in Tarant if anywhere. Not much one for adventurin', at least not these days...
99 I suppose he'd be at his home in Tarant if anywhere. Not much one for adventurin', at least not these days...
100 Thank you, Captain. I'll return once I've spoken to him.
107 Aye, I just received word from Mr. Bates to be expectin' ye. Said you'd be askin' for passage to that hellish place, and that I should be takin' ye. I don't much like the waters nor the people there, but for Bates I'll do it...
107 Aye, I just received word from Mr. Bates to be expectin' ye. Said you'd be askin' for passage to that hellish place, and that I should be takin' ye. I don't much like the waters nor the people there, but for Bates I'll do it...
108 Thank you, Captain. Shall we leave at once?
109 I'll return later.
111 Now be as good a time as any. There be a strong easterly wind, and the waters are as glassy as I've seen 'em in a long time. I not be the superstitious type, but I'd be inclined to say it be a good omen...
111 Now be as good a time as any. There be a strong easterly wind, and the waters are as glassy as I've seen 'em in a long time. I not be the superstitious type, but I'd be inclined to say it be a good omen...
112 I'm glad you think so. Let's be off...
117 Aye, I received word from Bates to be expectin' ye, just before I found out he'd been killed. An ugly business, that. Do ye know anything about it?
117 Aye, I received word from Bates to be expectin' ye, just before I found out he'd been killed. An ugly business, that. Do ye know anything about it?
118 The paper said the murderer was human, but little else...
119 The paper said the murderer was a dwarf, but little else...
120 The paper said the murderer was an elf, but little else...
121 The paper said the murderer was a half-elf, but little else...
122 The paper said the murderer was a gnome, but little else...
123 The paper said the murderer was a halfling, but little else...
124 The paper said the murderer was a half-orc, but little else...
125 The paper said the murderer was a half-ogre, but little else...
126 Let's speak of it later. I must be going...
128 Interesting, that be. [He eyes you warily.] Well, far it be it from Cap'n Teach to deny a dead man his last wish, especially the late Mr. Bates. We'll be leavin' as soon as yer bein' ready, lassie...
128 Interesting, that be. [He eyes you warily.] Well, far it be it from Cap'n Teach to deny a dead man his last wish, especially the late Mr. Bates. We'll be leavin' as soon as yer bein' ready, matey...
129 Thank you, Captain. Let's leave at once...
130 I'll return later.
132 Nows a good a' time as any. But be warned...I'll be puttin' up with no nonsense from ye or anyone on the Gypsy Shadow, savvy? I'd just as skin ye as have ye be makin' any trouble on her decks...
132 Nows a good a' time as any. But be warned...I'll be puttin' up with no nonsense from ye or anyone on the Gypsy Shadow, savvy? I'd just as skin ye as have ye be makin' any trouble on her decks...
133 I understand. Let's be off...
137 I just received word from Mr. Bates concerning you...said to take ye a'where ye wants to go. And so I shall, on my solemn word to Mr. Bates. But I've also been a'hearin' some strange things outta Tarant about Mr. Bates...people say some devil's been sayin' lies about 'im
137 I just received word from Mr. Bates concerning you...said to take ye a'where ye wants to go. And so I shall, on my solemn word to Mr. Bates. But I've also been a'hearin' some strange things outta Tarant about Mr. Bates...people say some devil's been sayin' lies about 'im
138 Uh...I heard something about that...a scandal or some such...?
140 Scandal...blood and bilge water! If'n I got my hands on the scurvy bastard who's gone and betrayed Mr. Bates...well, it'd take Kerghan's own hand to stop me from a'doin' the things I'd do. Oh well, I suppose there's no help for it...are ye ready to sail?
140 Scandal...blood and bilge water! If'n I got my hands on the scurvy bastard who's gone and betrayed Mr. Bates...well, it'd take Kerghan's own hand to stop me from a'doin' the things I'd do. Oh well, I suppose there's no help for it...are ye ready to sail?
141 Whenever you are, Captain...
142 I'll return shortly...
144 Nows a good a' time as any. But be warned...I'll be puttin' up with no nonsense from ye or anyone on the Gypsy Shadow, savvy? I'd just as skin ye as have ye be makin' any trouble on her decks...
144 Nows a good a' time as any. But be warned...I'll be puttin' up with no nonsense from ye or anyone on the Gypsy Shadow, savvy? I'd just as skin ye as have ye be makin' any trouble on her decks...
145 Whatever you say, you're the Captain. Let's be off..
152 Aye, I be sailing out there from time to time. I'm not normally for hire, but my former employer, a Mr. Gilbert Bates, has gone and disappeared. Some city business I don't know much about...
152 Aye, I be sailing out there from time to time. I'm not normally for hire, but my former employer, a Mr. Gilbert Bates, has gone and disappeared. Some city business I don't know much about...
153 Uh...I heard something about that...a scandal or some such...?
155 Scandal...blood and bilge water! If'n I got my hands on the scurvy bastard who's gone and betrayed Mr. Bates...well, it'd take Kerghan's own hand to stop me from a'doin' the things I'd do. Oh well, I suppose there's no help for it. The Gypsy Shadow can take ye there, if'n ye got the coin fer it...
155 Scandal...blood and bilge water! If'n I got my hands on the scurvy bastard who's gone and betrayed Mr. Bates...well, it'd take Kerghan's own hand to stop me from a'doin' the things I'd do. Oh well, I suppose there's no help for it. The Gypsy Shadow can take ye there, if'n ye got the coin fer it...
156 What are you asking for passage?
157 I must be going.
159 The price for passage to that godforsaken island is 500 gold pieces, and no less. Have ye the coin?
159 The price for passage to that godforsaken island is 500 gold pieces, and no less. Have ye the coin?
160 Deal. I'll pay right now.
161 Deal. I'll return with the money as soon as I have it...
162 Perhaps we could negotiate...?
165 Cap'n Teach is no bronze licker, boy. What price were ye thinkin'?
165 Cap'n Teach is no bronze licker, lassie. What price were ye thinkin'?
166 450 gold pieces.
167 450 gold pieces.
168 425 gold pieces seems more appropriate...
169 425 gold pieces seems more appropriate...
170 I couldn't pay you any more than 400 gold pieces.
171 I couldn't pay you any more than 400 gold pieces.
174 I'd say you be close to the mark, matey. Done!
174 I'd say you be close to the mark, missy. Done!
175 Thanks. Here's your gold.
176 Fine. I'll return when I have enough gold.
179 Not many a sea-dog who can bring down Teach's price, but...Done!
179 Not many a sea-dog who can bring down Teach's price, but...Done!
180 Thank you. Here's your gold.
181 Right. I'll return when I have enough gold.
184 Brine, bone, and shark stench! Ye drive a hard price! Done!
184 Brine, bone, and shark stench! Ye drive a hard price! Done!
185 Thank you! Here's your gold.
186 Splendid. I'll return when I have enough gold.
189 I told ye...the price was 500, and no less.
189 I told ye...the price was 500, and no less.
190 Fine. Here's your gold.
191 Fine. I'll return when I have enough gold.
192 I think not. Good day to you sir.
196 Now that the price is taken care of, we can set sail whenever yer ready.
196 Now that the price is taken care of, we can set sail whenever yer ready.
197 Let's set of as soon as possible...
198 I'll return later.
200 I'd say now would be as good a time as any. Wind's strong, and the sea's not too choppy. Are ye ready?
200 I'd say now would be as good a time as any. Wind's strong, and the sea's not too choppy. Are ye ready?
201 Yes...let's be off.
206 Aye, I be sailing out there from time to time. I'm not normally for hire, but my former employer, a Mr. Gilbert Bates, has recently been killed. Bad business, and I ain't heard a kingfisher's whisper on it...do ye know anything about it?
206 Aye, I be sailing out there from time to time. I'm not normally for hire, but my former employer, a Mr. Gilbert Bates, has recently been killed. Bad business, and I ain't heard a kingfisher's whisper on it...do ye know anything about it?
207 The paper said the murderer was human, but little else...
208 The paper said the murderer was a dwarf, but little else...
209 The paper said the murderer was an elf, but little else...
210 The paper said the murderer was a half-elf, but little else...
211 The paper said the murderer was a gnome, but little else...
212 The paper said the murderer was a halfling, but little else...
213 The paper said the murderer was a half-orc, but little else...
214 The paper said the murderer was a half-ogre, but little else...
215 Let's speak of it later. I must be going...
217 Interesting, that be. [He eyes you warily.] I suppose there's no help for it. The Gypsy Shadow can take ye there, sure enough, if'n ye got the coin fer it...
217 Interesting, that be. [He eyes you warily.] I suppose there's no help for it. The Gypsy Shadow can take ye there, sure enough, if'n ye got the coin fer it...
218 What are you asking for passage?
219 I must be going.
221 The price for passage to that godforsaken island is 500 gold pieces, and no less. Have ye the coin?
221 The price for passage to that godforsaken island is 500 gold pieces, and no less. Have ye the coin?
222 Deal. I'll pay right now.
223 Deal. I'll return with the money as soon as I have it...
224 Perhaps we could negotiate...?
231 Alright, lassie. We'll push off right now, then.
231 Alright, matey. We'll push off right now, then.
232 Thank you.
236 What do ye be wantin' to know?
236 What do ye be wantin' to know?
237 Tell me about your boat...
238 What cities do you sail to?
239 Tell me about some of the things you've seen and done...
240 A few more general questions...
243 My boat! There's nothin' I'd rather talk about! Her name is the Gypsy Shadow, and there ain't ever been a more perfect piece of shipwork done sailed Arcanum's seas...
243 My boat! There's nothin' I'd rather talk about! Her name is the Gypsy Shadow, and there ain't ever been a more perfect piece of shipwork done sailed Arcanum's seas...
244 Where did you get her?
245 Is she for hire?
248 The Gypsy? That's quite a tale, matey...and not one I just tell to anyone.
248 The Gypsy? That's quite a tale, missy...and not one I just tell to anyone.
249 I understand. You can trust me...
250 I understand. You can trust me...
251 Maybe not...but a few other questions about yourself...
254 Yes...I think you be tellin' the truth...Well, laddie, by the time I could start growin' a beard, I'd sailed from one end of this land to the other, from the southern shores of Weeping Maidens to the northern ice-choked waters of the Jailer's Hump. Ain't nothin' of the sea I hadn't seen, and most of it twice...
254 Yes...I think you be tellin' the truth...Well, missy, by the time I could start growin' a beard, I'd sailed from one end of this land to the other, from the southern shores of Weeping Maidens to the northern ice-choked waters of the Jailer's Hump. Ain't nothin' of the sea I hadn't seen, and most of it twice...
255 I see...please continue...
258 At the time, I was runnin' ale outta Caladon, first-mate for a mean and crusty old cap'n who went by the name a' Jack Skellybone. Half pirate and half devil, with the mouth of a blue-gilled she-demon and the breath to match. Jack used to drink so much that we'd pray for tailwinds...if the journey'd take too long, he'd start drinkin' the profits...
258 At the time, I was runnin' ale outta Caladon, for a mean and crusty old cap'n who went by the name a' Jack Skellybone. Half pirate and half devil, with the mouth of a blue-gilled she-demon and the breath to match. Jack used to drink so much that we'd pray for tailwinds...if the journey'd take too long, he'd start drinkin' the profits...
259 Sounds like quite a character...
262 That be the truth, lassie. Old Jack would fight ye if'n he thought ye breathed on him wrong...he had more scars on his face than most men had all over, and he could tell ye the story from each one, and never were they the same. He was a hard man, but fair to his crew...and he loved the sea, almost as much as he loved his boat, the Gypsy Shadow...
262 That be the truth, matey. Old Jack would fight ye if'n he thought ye breathed on him wrong...he had more scars on his face than most men had all over, and he could tell ye the story from each one, and never were they the same. He was a hard man, but fair to his crew...and he loved the sea, laddie, almost as much as he loved his boat, the Gypsy Shadow...
263 Interesting. What happened to him, Captain?
266 Well, one night we was all drinkin' in the Sour Barnacle down Black Root way, and old Jack got real drunk, and started in with his stories...and as the night got on, they tales got taller and we laughed harder, and we were all havin' a grand old time...
266 Well, one night we was all drinkin' in the Sour Barnacle down Black Root way, and old Jack got real drunk, and started in with his stories...and as the night got on, they tales got taller and we laughed harder, and we were all havin' a grand old time...
267 And so...?
270 Jack'd had one too many, and started sayin' as to how he was the greatest pirate on the seas of Arcanum, and how if'n there was anyone who thought they were crustier, then he'd a'have something to say about it...
270 Well, Jack had one too many, and started sayin' as to how he was the greatest pirate on the seas of Arcanum, and how if'n there was anyone who thought they were crustier, then he'd a'have something to say about it...
271 I see...what happened then?
274 He started a'spittin' and a'holerin', and then, after upendin' every table in the place, he said that he was the greatest pirate who had EVER lived. Tougher than Ruby Dirk, and Black Sam Bellamy...and even meaner than Stringy Pete himself...
274 He started a'spittin' and a'holerin', and then, after upendin' every table in the place, he said that he was the greatest pirate who had EVER lived. Tougher than Ruby Dirk, and Black Sam Bellamy...and even meaner than Stringy Pete himself...
275 Stringy Pete? Who's he?
278 I don't talk much about him...I'll just say that Stringy Pete was the meanest, cold-blooded, murdering pirate who ever put to sail, and be done with it...there are stories and legends, and most of 'em are true. He's been dead for more'n two hundred years, and people still whisper his name when they talk about him...
278 I don't talk much about him...I'll just say that Stringy Pete was the meanest, cold-blooded, murdering pirate who ever put to sail, and be done with it...there are stories and legends, and most of 'em are true. He's been dead for more'n two hundred years, and people still whisper his name when they talk about him...
279 I see. And what of Jack Skellybones?
282 Well, after he said that, no one much felt like drinkin' after, and we put old Jack to bed. You see, a pirate is mean, but he knows what to be jokin' about, and blusterin' about...and a'callin' out to the ghost of Stringy Pete ain't one of 'em...
282 Well, after he said that, no one much felt like drinkin' after, and we put old Jack to bed. You see, a pirate is mean, but he knows what to be jokin' about, and blusterin' about...and a'callin' out to the ghost of Stringy Pete ain't one of 'em...
283 And so...?
286 Well, a week or so later we were out to sea, and it was the new moon so it was dark, and a strange westerly had appeared, and brought in a bank of low clouds, thick as lamb stew...and then we saw the other ship, just a'restin' off the starboard. Silent as death, and as still as if she was anchored...her sails tattered, her timbers rotted...and then we heard the screams...
286 Well, a week or so later we were out to sea, and it was the new moon so it was dark, and a strange westerly had appeared, and brought in a bank of low clouds, thick as lamb stew...and then we saw the other ship, just a'restin' off the starboard. Silent as death, and as still as if she was anchored...her sails tattered, her timbers rotted...and then we heard the screams...
287 What happened?
290 We found old Jack, in his cabin, with two daggers in him...one for each eye...and the sign' o the evil eye carved into his chest. The very sign Old Stringy Pete used to leave on his victims. We ran out to see who was on the other boat, but it was gone, a'takin' the clouds and the westerly with it.
290 We found old Jack, in his cabin, with two daggers in him...one for each eye...and the sign' o the evil eye carved into his chest. The very sign Old Stringy Pete used to leave on his victims. We ran out to see who was on the other boat, but it was gone, a'takin' the clouds and the westerly with it.
291 That's rather frightening...
294 Bein' first mate, I took command, and ownership, of the Gypsy Shadow. I never seen that other boat, and I hope I never do.
294 Bein' first mate, I took command, and ownership, of the Gypsy Shadow. I've never laid eyes on that other boat since, and I hope I never do.




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