Arcanum of Steamworks and Magick Obscura 01067Randver_Thunder_Stone.dlg Dialogue
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1. G:1 3,2 6,3 9,4 12,5 15,6 18,7 21,8 24,9 27
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1. G:1 3,2 8,3 13,4 18,5 23,6 28,7 33,8 38,9 43
3. Greetings. You travel with odd companions. Dwarves have very little patience with such things...
3. Greetings. You travel with odd companions. Dwarves have very little patience with such things...
3. Greetings. You travel with odd companions. Dwarves have very little patience with such things...
3. Greetings. You travel with odd companions. Dwarves have very little patience with such things...
4. I'm sorry, I don't believe we've met...
4. I'm sorry, I don't believe we've met...
5. Hello, Randver. Do you have a moment to speak...?
5. Hello, Randver. Do you have a moment to speak...?
6. Duh...uh, who you?
6. Duh...uh, who you?
7. Hey, Randy! You talk with me?
7. Hey, Randy! You talk with me?
8. I know you're here. We dwarves have little patience for such trickery.
8. I know you're here. We dwarves have little patience for such trickery.
8. I know you're here. We dwarves have little patience for such trickery.
8. I know you're here. We dwarves have little patience for such trickery.
9. I'm sorry, I don't believe we've met...
9. I'm sorry, I don't believe we've met...
10. Hello, Randver. Do you have a moment to speak...?
10. Hello, Randver. Do you have a moment to speak...?
11. Duh...uh, who you?
11. Duh...uh, who you?
12. Hey, Randy! You talk with me?
12. Hey, Randy! You talk with me?
13. It seems you're well-versed in the ways of magick, but you need not your disguises here...
13. It seems you're well-versed in the ways of magick, but you need not your disguises here...
13. It seems you're well-versed in the ways of magick, but you need not your disguises here...
13. It seems you're well-versed in the ways of magick, but you need not your disguises here...
14. I'm sorry, I don't believe we've met...
14. I'm sorry, I don't believe we've met...
15. Hello, Randver. Do you have a moment to speak...?
15. Hello, Randver. Do you have a moment to speak...?
16. Duh...uh, who you?
16. Duh...uh, who you?
17. Hey, Randy! You talk with me?
17. Hey, Randy! You talk with me?
18. It seems you aren't quite yourself. Such is the price of toying with magic...
18. It seems you aren't quite yourself. Such is the price of toying with magic...
18. It seems you aren't quite yourself. Such is the price of toying with magic...
18. It seems you aren't quite yourself. Such is the price of toying with magic...
19. I'm sorry, I don't believe we've met...
19. I'm sorry, I don't believe we've met...
20. Hello, Randver. Do you have a moment to speak...?
20. Hello, Randver. Do you have a moment to speak...?
21. Duh...uh, who you?
21. Duh...uh, who you?
22. Hey, Randy! You talk with me?
22. Hey, Randy! You talk with me?
23. I've little patience with this duplicity. Let us speak as men...
23. I've little patience with this duplicity. Let us speak as men...
23. I've little patience with this duplicity. Let us speak as men...
23. I've little patience with this duplicity. Let us speak as men...
24. I'm sorry, I don't believe we've met...
24. I'm sorry, I don't believe we've met...
25. Hello, Randver. Do you have a moment to speak...?
25. Hello, Randver. Do you have a moment to speak...?
26. Duh...uh, who you?
26. Duh...uh, who you?
27. Hey, Randy! You talk with me?
27. Hey, Randy! You talk with me?
28. A man is not valued by his size, but is often devalued by his magick. It seems you know...
28. A man is not valued by his size, but is often devalued by his magick. It seems you know...
28. A man is not valued by his size, but is often devalued by his magick. It seems you know...
28. A man is not valued by his size, but is often devalued by his magick. It seems you know...
29. I'm sorry, I don't believe we've met...
29. I'm sorry, I don't believe we've met...
30. Hello, Randver. Do you have a moment to speak...?
30. Hello, Randver. Do you have a moment to speak...?
31. Duh...uh, who you?
31. Duh...uh, who you?
32. Hey, Randy! You talk with me?
32. Hey, Randy! You talk with me?
33. I recommend you put on some covering. The stone is life, but cold as well...
33. I recommend you put on some covering. The stone is life, but cold as well...
33. I recommend you put on some covering. The stone is life, but cold as well...
33. I recommend you put on some covering. The stone is life, but cold as well...
34. I'm sorry, I don't believe we've met...
34. I'm sorry, I don't believe we've met...
35. Hello, Randver. Do you have a moment to speak...?
35. Hello, Randver. Do you have a moment to speak...?
36. Duh...uh, who you?
36. Duh...uh, who you?
37. Hey, Randy! You talk with me?
37. Hey, Randy! You talk with me?
38. Strange garb you have there, traveler. It's been years since I've seen the trappings of a barbarian...
38. Strange garb you have there, traveler. It's been years since I've seen the trappings of a barbarian...
38. Strange garb you have there, traveler. It's been years since I've seen the trappings of a barbarian...
38. Strange garb you have there, traveler. It's been years since I've seen the trappings of a barbarian...
39. I'm sorry, I don't believe we've met...
39. I'm sorry, I don't believe we've met...
40. Hello, Randver. Do you have a moment to speak...?
40. Hello, Randver. Do you have a moment to speak...?
41. Duh...uh, who you?
41. Duh...uh, who you?
42. Hey, Randy! You talk with me?
42. Hey, Randy! You talk with me?
43. Greetings, traveler.
43. Greetings, traveler.
43. Greetings, traveler.
43. Greetings, traveler.
44. I'm sorry, I don't believe we've met...
44. I'm sorry, I don't believe we've met...
45. Hello, Randver. Do you have a moment to speak...?
45. Hello, Randver. Do you have a moment to speak...?
46. Duh...uh, who you?
46. Duh...uh, who you?
47. Hey, Randy! You talk with me?
47. Hey, Randy! You talk with me?
51. I am Randver Thunder Stone, son of Loghaire Thunder Stone. I stand as chieftain and King-in-Waiting of all the dwarves, both over- and under-mountain, in the lands of Arcanum. Welcome to the caverns of the Wheel Clan.
51. I am Randver Thunder Stone, son of Loghaire Thunder Stone. I stand as chieftain and King-in-Waiting of all the dwarves, both over- and under-mountain, in the lands of Arcanum. Welcome to the caverns of the Wheel Clan.
51. I am Randver Thunder Stone, son of Loghaire Thunder Stone. I stand as chieftain and King-in-Waiting of all the dwarves, both over- and under-mountain, in the lands of Arcanum. Welcome to the caverns of the Wheel Clan.
51. I am Randver Thunder Stone, son of Loghaire Thunder Stone. I stand as chieftain and King-in-Waiting of all the dwarves, both over- and under-mountain, in the lands of Arcanum. Welcome to the caverns of the Wheel Clan.
52. A pleasure to meet you, Randver. I have a few questions...
52. A pleasure to meet you, Randver. I have a few questions...
53. Nice to meet you, but I must be leaving...
53. Nice to meet you, but I must be leaving...
61. Of course...what do you need?
61. Of course...what do you need?
61. Of course...what do you need?
61. Of course...what do you need?
62. I bring word of Thorvald Two Stones...
62. I bring word of Thorvald Two Stones...
63. You said you were King-in-Waiting...?
63. You said you were King-in-Waiting...?
64. I come with news of a most dire nature...
64. I come with news of a most dire nature...
65. I need to find your father. He knows what's going on here...
65. I need to find your father. He knows what's going on here...
66. What happened after your father left?
66. What happened after your father left?
67. Tell me again where I might find your father.
67. Tell me again where I might find your father.
68. Tell me again where I might find your father.
68. Tell me again where I might find your father.
69. Tell me again where I might find your father.
69. Tell me again where I might find your father.
70. Tell me again where I might find your father.
70. Tell me again where I might find your father.
71. I found your father...
71. I found your father...
72. I found your father. He gave me the information I needed.
72. I found your father. He gave me the information I needed.
73. I found your father. He's returning to rule once again...
73. I found your father. He's returning to rule once again...
74. I have a few questions about what you've told me so far...
74. I have a few questions about what you've told me so far...
77. Thorvald! He's been gone quite a while...we'd been considering sending out a search party. I mean, it has been 100 years or so...then again, Thorvald always was somewhat of a loner. What word have you concerning him?
77. Thorvald! He's been gone quite a while...we'd been considering sending out a search party. I mean, it has been 100 years or so...then again, Thorvald always was somewhat of a loner. What word have you concerning him?
77. Thorvald! He's been gone quite a while...we'd been considering sending out a search party. I mean, it has been 100 years or so...then again, Thorvald always was somewhat of a loner. What word have you concerning him?
77. Thorvald! He's been gone quite a while...we'd been considering sending out a search party. I mean, it has been 100 years or so...then again, Thorvald always was somewhat of a loner. What word have you concerning him?
78. He's on the Isle of Despair...[Tell him of Thorvald.]
78. He's on the Isle of Despair...[Tell him of Thorvald.]
79. I brought him back from the Isle of Despair...[Tell the rest.]
79. I brought him back from the Isle of Despair...[Tell the rest.]
80. I brought him back from the Isle of Despair...[Tell the rest.]
80. I brought him back from the Isle of Despair...[Tell the rest.]
81. Unfortunately, he's dead. [Tell him the story.]
81. Unfortunately, he's dead. [Tell him the story.]
82. Uh...I'd just heard rumors that he's been missing...
82. Uh...I'd just heard rumors that he's been missing...
84. I thank you for making us aware. I'll send out a detachment as soon as possible...we'll bring him home...
84. I thank you for making us aware. I'll send out a detachment as soon as possible...we'll bring him home...
84. I thank you for making us aware. I'll send out a detachment as soon as possible...we'll bring him home...
84. I thank you for making us aware. I'll send out a detachment as soon as possible...we'll bring him home...
85. Glad to hear. One or two more things...
85. Glad to hear. One or two more things...
87. Thank you very much for returning him to us. It's always good when a lost brother comes home.
87. Thank you very much for returning him to us. It's always good when a lost brother comes home.
87. Thank you very much for returning him to us. It's always good when a lost brother comes home.
87. Thank you very much for returning him to us. It's always good when a lost brother comes home.
88. My pleasure. One or two more things...
88. My pleasure. One or two more things...
90. Yes...he came back to us not too long ago and told us the whole story. Thank you for returning him to us. It's always good when a lost brother comes home.
90. Yes...he came back to us not too long ago and told us the whole story. Thank you for returning him to us. It's always good when a lost brother comes home.
90. Yes...he came back to us not too long ago and told us the whole story. Thank you for returning him to us. It's always good when a lost brother comes home.
90. Yes...he came back to us not too long ago and told us the whole story. Thank you for returning him to us. It's always good when a lost brother comes home.
91. My pleasure. One or two more things...
91. My pleasure. One or two more things...
93. A tragedy. I wish more than anything we would have known...we will mourn the loss of our brother...
93. A tragedy. I wish more than anything we would have known...we will mourn the loss of our brother...
93. A tragedy. I wish more than anything we would have known...we will mourn the loss of our brother...
93. A tragedy. I wish more than anything we would have known...we will mourn the loss of our brother...
94. He was a quite a dwarf. One or two more things...
94. He was a quite a dwarf. One or two more things...
96. Yes...we've never heard a word since he left. A shame really...
96. Yes...we've never heard a word since he left. A shame really...
96. Yes...we've never heard a word since he left. A shame really...
96. Yes...we've never heard a word since he left. A shame really...
97. I'm sure...One or two more things...
97. I'm sure...One or two more things...
99. Yes. My father is...unavailable, and I rule in his stead. But I am not the true King, and will not be as long as my father lives. I am only a King-in-Waiting.
99. Yes. My father is...unavailable, and I rule in his stead. But I am not the true King, and will not be as long as my father lives. I am only a King-in-Waiting.
99. Yes. My father is...unavailable, and I rule in his stead. But I am not the true King, and will not be as long as my father lives. I am only a King-in-Waiting.
99. Yes. My father is...unavailable, and I rule in his stead. But I am not the true King, and will not be as long as my father lives. I am only a King-in-Waiting.
100. I see. I'm in need of your assistance...
100. I see. I'm in need of your assistance...
109. Dire nature? Of what are you speaking?
109. Dire nature? Of what are you speaking?
109. Dire nature? Of what are you speaking?
109. Dire nature? Of what are you speaking?
110. I have a tale to tell...[Tell him what has happened.]
110. I have a tale to tell...[Tell him what has happened.]
114. [Randver is quiet for some time.] I see. And you say you've been to the Isle of Despair to confirm the story of Gudmund Ore Bender?
114. [Randver is quiet for some time.] I see. And you say you've been to the Isle of Despair to confirm the story of Gudmund Ore Bender?
114. [Randver is quiet for some time.] I see. And you say you've been to the Isle of Despair to confirm the story of Gudmund Ore Bender?
114. [Randver is quiet for some time.] I see. And you say you've been to the Isle of Despair to confirm the story of Gudmund Ore Bender?
115. Yes. I was there and there was no sign of the BMC dwarves.
115. Yes. I was there and there was no sign of the BMC dwarves.
116. I was there. And I bring news of Thorvald Two Stones...
116. I was there. And I bring news of Thorvald Two Stones...
122. This troubles me, my friend. We were given assurances, by Alberich! Assurances! Bloody meddling...oh, blast them all to the dark depths!
122. This troubles me, my friend. We were given assurances, by Alberich! Assurances! Bloody meddling...oh, blast them all to the dark depths!
122. This troubles me, my friend. We were given assurances, by Alberich! Assurances! Bloody meddling...oh, blast them all to the dark depths!
122. This troubles me, my friend. We were given assurances, by Alberich! Assurances! Bloody meddling...oh, blast them all to the dark depths!
123. Blast who? The elves? What is going on here?
123. Blast who? The elves? What is going on here?
127. This is an old and dark business...the business of my father. And as I am his heir, it falls to me to make it right. But I know not what to do! He told me so little...
127. This is an old and dark business...the business of my father. And as I am his heir, it falls to me to make it right. But I know not what to do! He told me so little...
127. This is an old and dark business...the business of my father. And as I am his heir, it falls to me to make it right. But I know not what to do! He told me so little...
127. This is an old and dark business...the business of my father. And as I am his heir, it falls to me to make it right. But I know not what to do! He told me so little...
128. What happened to your father, Randver?
128. What happened to your father, Randver?
134. [Visibly shaken.] My father! Great and solid Loghaire Thunder Stone! King of the Dwarves! Do you know of him, stranger? The stories of his courage, of his strength, of his wisdom? My father, stone among stones...from out of the madness of the Clan Wars he united us under one banner, under one King, through the sheer power of his will...
134. [Visibly shaken.] My father! Great and solid Loghaire Thunder Stone! King of the Dwarves! Do you know of him, stranger? The stories of his courage, of his strength, of his wisdom? My father, stone among stones...from out of the madness of the Clan Wars he united us under one banner, under one King, through the sheer power of his will...
134. [Visibly shaken.] My father! Great and solid Loghaire Thunder Stone! King of the Dwarves! Do you know of him, stranger? The stories of his courage, of his strength, of his wisdom? My father, stone among stones...from out of the madness of the Clan Wars he united us under one banner, under one King, through the sheer power of his will...
134. [Visibly shaken.] My father! Great and solid Loghaire Thunder Stone! King of the Dwarves! Do you know of him, stranger? The stories of his courage, of his strength, of his wisdom? My father, stone among stones...from out of the madness of the Clan Wars he united us under one banner, under one King, through the sheer power of his will...
135. Where is he, Randver? What happened to him?
135. Where is he, Randver? What happened to him?
136. The Clan Wars?
136. The Clan Wars?
138. Yes...a sad time in our history. For five-hundred years, there was a rift among the dwarves. We built great machines of war, and threw ourselves against one another, and entire clans were lost in the battles. A dark time, the time of Lorek's insanity. We speak very little of that time...
138. Yes...a sad time in our history. For five-hundred years, there was a rift among the dwarves. We built great machines of war, and threw ourselves against one another, and entire clans were lost in the battles. A dark time, the time of Lorek's insanity. We speak very little of that time...
138. Yes...a sad time in our history. For five-hundred years, there was a rift among the dwarves. We built great machines of war, and threw ourselves against one another, and entire clans were lost in the battles. A dark time, the time of Lorek's insanity. We speak very little of that time...
138. Yes...a sad time in our history. For five-hundred years, there was a rift among the dwarves. We built great machines of war, and threw ourselves against one another, and entire clans were lost in the battles. A dark time, the time of Lorek's insanity. We speak very little of that time...
139. Who was Lorek?
139. Who was Lorek?
140. Where is Loghaire, Randver? What happened to him?
140. Where is Loghaire, Randver? What happened to him?
142. I've said we don't often speak of it. That's a conversation for another time, perhaps...
142. I've said we don't often speak of it. That's a conversation for another time, perhaps...
142. I've said we don't often speak of it. That's a conversation for another time, perhaps...
142. I've said we don't often speak of it. That's a conversation for another time, perhaps...
143. Where is Loghaire, Randver? What happened to him?
143. Where is Loghaire, Randver? What happened to him?
146. It broke his heart...that heavy, stone heart! He, who warred against Lorek the Abjurer in the pass of Gorgoth...who, in victory, burned Lorek alive, along with ten thousand of his dwarven followers. And this! This broke him like a child upon the stones of the world...
146. It broke his heart...that heavy, stone heart! He, who warred against Lorek the Abjurer in the pass of Gorgoth...who, in victory, burned Lorek alive, along with ten thousand of his dwarven followers. And this! This broke him like a child upon the stones of the world...
146. It broke his heart...that heavy, stone heart! He, who warred against Lorek the Abjurer in the pass of Gorgoth...who, in victory, burned Lorek alive, along with ten thousand of his dwarven followers. And this! This broke him like a child upon the stones of the world...
146. It broke his heart...that heavy, stone heart! He, who warred against Lorek the Abjurer in the pass of Gorgoth...who, in victory, burned Lorek alive, along with ten thousand of his dwarven followers. And this! This broke him like a child upon the stones of the world...
147. Please, Randver. I need to know what has happened here...
147. Please, Randver. I need to know what has happened here...
152. [Randver calms himself.] It is as the Ore Bender told you. My father permitted the banishment of his own people. By the elves. He watched them sent away, heard their cries, with hardness born of a hundred generations of Thunder Stones...
152. [Randver calms himself.] It is as the Ore Bender told you. My father permitted the banishment of his own people. By the elves. He watched them sent away, heard their cries, with hardness born of a hundred generations of Thunder Stones...
152. [Randver calms himself.] It is as the Ore Bender told you. My father permitted the banishment of his own people. By the elves. He watched them sent away, heard their cries, with hardness born of a hundred generations of Thunder Stones...
152. [Randver calms himself.] It is as the Ore Bender told you. My father permitted the banishment of his own people. By the elves. He watched them sent away, heard their cries, with hardness born of a hundred generations of Thunder Stones...
153. So where is he?
153. So where is he?
157. My father came home, and upon his knees cried out for his lost, foolish brethren. Tears of regret, stranger. Regret, shame and sorrow. The caverns shook with his fury, shook at the impact of his hands upon bare stone. He tore the clothes from his body, and set his bulk against the walls and the floors, and his sorrow was marked in blood...
157. My father came home, and upon his knees cried out for his lost, foolish brethren. Tears of regret, stranger. Regret, shame and sorrow. The caverns shook with his fury, shook at the impact of his hands upon bare stone. He tore the clothes from his body, and set his bulk against the walls and the floors, and his sorrow was marked in blood...
157. My father came home, and upon his knees cried out for his lost, foolish brethren. Tears of regret, stranger. Regret, shame and sorrow. The caverns shook with his fury, shook at the impact of his hands upon bare stone. He tore the clothes from his body, and set his bulk against the walls and the floors, and his sorrow was marked in blood...
157. My father came home, and upon his knees cried out for his lost, foolish brethren. Tears of regret, stranger. Regret, shame and sorrow. The caverns shook with his fury, shook at the impact of his hands upon bare stone. He tore the clothes from his body, and set his bulk against the walls and the floors, and his sorrow was marked in blood...
158. And then?
158. And then?
160. I told you. He left us...walked into the old caverns with nothing but Harrow, first-axe of the Thunder Stones. And with that weapon he disappeared, exiled by his own grief, and left the Wheel Clan. He's never returned.
160. I told you. He left us...walked into the old caverns with nothing but Harrow, first-axe of the Thunder Stones. And with that weapon he disappeared, exiled by his own grief, and left the Wheel Clan. He's never returned.
160. I told you. He left us...walked into the old caverns with nothing but Harrow, first-axe of the Thunder Stones. And with that weapon he disappeared, exiled by his own grief, and left the Wheel Clan. He's never returned.
160. I told you. He left us...walked into the old caverns with nothing but Harrow, first-axe of the Thunder Stones. And with that weapon he disappeared, exiled by his own grief, and left the Wheel Clan. He's never returned.
161. I'm very sorry. What do the elves have to do with this?
161. I'm very sorry. What do the elves have to do with this?
162. Gudmund spoke of a connection to Gilbert Bates...
162. Gudmund spoke of a connection to Gilbert Bates...
163. It seems I'll have to speak with Loghaire. Where is he?
163. It seems I'll have to speak with Loghaire. Where is he?
164. What had technology done to the elves?
164. What had technology done to the elves?
165. What did the rest of the clans say?
165. What did the rest of the clans say?
170. The elves? It was they who demanded the banishment of the Black Mountain Clan for their crimes. But as for the reasons...as I said, I know very little. My father never told me the details of his discussions with them, only that what had been decided was necessary, and that the responsibility would be his...
170. The elves? It was they who demanded the banishment of the Black Mountain Clan for their crimes. But as for the reasons...as I said, I know very little. My father never told me the details of his discussions with them, only that what had been decided was necessary, and that the responsibility would be his...
170. The elves? It was they who demanded the banishment of the Black Mountain Clan for their crimes. But as for the reasons...as I said, I know very little. My father never told me the details of his discussions with them, only that what had been decided was necessary, and that the responsibility would be his...
170. The elves? It was they who demanded the banishment of the Black Mountain Clan for their crimes. But as for the reasons...as I said, I know very little. My father never told me the details of his discussions with them, only that what had been decided was necessary, and that the responsibility would be his...
171. What crimes? What had the Black Mountain Clan done?
171. What crimes? What had the Black Mountain Clan done?
172. What did the rest of the clans say?
172. What did the rest of the clans say?
173. Who were these elves?
173. Who were these elves?
178. Technology! Manipulation of natural force, the stone- and gearworks that make men gods! This, our legacy, given into the hands of reckless children. And the disease has spread...and the cost, stranger! Oh, the bloody cost...!
178. Technology! Manipulation of natural force, the stone- and gearworks that make men gods! This, our legacy, given into the hands of reckless children. And the disease has spread...and the cost, stranger! Oh, the bloody cost...!
178. Technology! Manipulation of natural force, the stone- and gearworks that make men gods! This, our legacy, given into the hands of reckless children. And the disease has spread...and the cost, stranger! Oh, the bloody cost...!
178. Technology! Manipulation of natural force, the stone- and gearworks that make men gods! This, our legacy, given into the hands of reckless children. And the disease has spread...and the cost, stranger! Oh, the bloody cost...!
179. Gudmund spoke of Gilbert Bates...?
179. Gudmund spoke of Gilbert Bates...?
180. Who were these elves?
180. Who were these elves?
181. Where is Loghaire? What happened to him?
181. Where is Loghaire? What happened to him?
182. It seems I'll have to speak with Loghaire. Where is he?
182. It seems I'll have to speak with Loghaire. Where is he?
183. What did the rest of the clans say?
183. What did the rest of the clans say?
185. Bates! It was Bates who spread technology and its disease...and who are we to blame him? Humans! Cursed with brevity, lacking patience, lacking discernment. I've spent human LIFETIMES deciding on what type of stone to use in a mural, and look what they've done in only a few turns of the moon. And with this these elves came to us, speaking of punishments...
185. Bates! It was Bates who spread technology and its disease...and who are we to blame him? Humans! Cursed with brevity, lacking patience, lacking discernment. I've spent human LIFETIMES deciding on what type of stone to use in a mural, and look what they've done in only a few turns of the moon. And with this these elves came to us, speaking of punishments...
185. Bates! It was Bates who spread technology and its disease...and who are we to blame him? Humans! Cursed with brevity, lacking patience, lacking discernment. I've spent human LIFETIMES deciding on what type of stone to use in a mural, and look what they've done in only a few turns of the moon. And with this these elves came to us, speaking of punishments...
185. Bates! It was Bates who spread technology and its disease...and who are we to blame him? Humans! Cursed with brevity, lacking patience, lacking discernment. I've spent human LIFETIMES deciding on what type of stone to use in a mural, and look what they've done in only a few turns of the moon. And with this these elves came to us, speaking of punishments...
186. The elves? What was their role in this?
186. The elves? What was their role in this?
187. Who were these elves?
187. Who were these elves?
188. Where is Loghaire? What happened to him?
188. Where is Loghaire? What happened to him?
189. It seems I'll have to speak with Loghaire. Where is he?
189. It seems I'll have to speak with Loghaire. Where is he?
190. What did the rest of the clans say?
190. What did the rest of the clans say?
193. I've no idea. And I know not why my father felt it necessary to speak with them, nor to heed their demands. As King, my father never should have allowed them to interfere, but for some reason he allowed it. He's never spoken a word about it since.
193. I've no idea. And I know not why my father felt it necessary to speak with them, nor to heed their demands. As King, my father never should have allowed them to interfere, but for some reason he allowed it. He's never spoken a word about it since.
193. I've no idea. And I know not why my father felt it necessary to speak with them, nor to heed their demands. As King, my father never should have allowed them to interfere, but for some reason he allowed it. He's never spoken a word about it since.
193. I've no idea. And I know not why my father felt it necessary to speak with them, nor to heed their demands. As King, my father never should have allowed them to interfere, but for some reason he allowed it. He's never spoken a word about it since.
194. And what of Gilbert Bates? What role did he play?
194. And what of Gilbert Bates? What role did he play?
195. The elves? What was their role in this?
195. The elves? What was their role in this?
196. It seems I'll have to speak with Loghaire. Where is he?
196. It seems I'll have to speak with Loghaire. Where is he?
197. Where has your father disappeared to?
197. Where has your father disappeared to?
198. What did the rest of the clans say?
198. What did the rest of the clans say?
214. The other clans never knew that the elves were involved in the banishment. They were only told that the Black Mountain Clan had been exiled, punished for their crimes, and my father was the only one present when their sentence was passed...
214. The other clans never knew that the elves were involved in the banishment. They were only told that the Black Mountain Clan had been exiled, punished for their crimes, and my father was the only one present when their sentence was passed...
214. The other clans never knew that the elves were involved in the banishment. They were only told that the Black Mountain Clan had been exiled, punished for their crimes, and my father was the only one present when their sentence was passed...
214. The other clans never knew that the elves were involved in the banishment. They were only told that the Black Mountain Clan had been exiled, punished for their crimes, and my father was the only one present when their sentence was passed...
215. And what of Gilbert Bates? What role did he play?
215. And what of Gilbert Bates? What role did he play?
216. The elves? What was their role in this?
216. The elves? What was their role in this?
217. Where is Loghaire? What happened to him?
217. Where is Loghaire? What happened to him?
218. It seems I'll have to speak with Loghaire. Where is he?
218. It seems I'll have to speak with Loghaire. Where is he?
219. And the elves who approached him? Who were they?
219. And the elves who approached him? Who were they?
220. I told you...he exiled himself. He walked into the Dredge, and has never returned...
220. I told you...he exiled himself. He walked into the Dredge, and has never returned...
220. I told you...he exiled himself. He walked into the Dredge, and has never returned...
220. I told you...he exiled himself. He walked into the Dredge, and has never returned...
221. The Dredge? What is it, and where can I find it?
221. The Dredge? What is it, and where can I find it?
222. What can I expect to find in this...uh...Dredge?
222. What can I expect to find in this...uh...Dredge?
224. He's deep within the Dredge...the old mine caverns of the Wheel Clan. The entrance is just outside of the Royal Chambers, to the southeast.
224. He's deep within the Dredge...the old mine caverns of the Wheel Clan. The entrance is just outside of the Royal Chambers, to the southeast.
224. He's deep within the Dredge...the old mine caverns of the Wheel Clan. The entrance is just outside of the Royal Chambers, to the southeast.
224. He's deep within the Dredge...the old mine caverns of the Wheel Clan. The entrance is just outside of the Royal Chambers, to the southeast.
225. Thank you. Just one more thing...
225. Thank you. Just one more thing...
228. The Dredge is an old system of caverns--a mine, actually--not far from here. The entrance is just beyond the entrance to these chambers and to the southeast. There you will find a stone archway. Beyond that you will find the Dredge, into which my father disappeared...
228. The Dredge is an old system of caverns--a mine, actually--not far from here. The entrance is just beyond the entrance to these chambers and to the southeast. There you will find a stone archway. Beyond that you will find the Dredge, into which my father disappeared...
228. The Dredge is an old system of caverns--a mine, actually--not far from here. The entrance is just beyond the entrance to these chambers and to the southeast. There you will find a stone archway. Beyond that you will find the Dredge, into which my father disappeared...
228. The Dredge is an old system of caverns--a mine, actually--not far from here. The entrance is just beyond the entrance to these chambers and to the southeast. There you will find a stone archway. Beyond that you will find the Dredge, into which my father disappeared...
229. YOU must know where he is. Can I convince you to tell me?
229. YOU must know where he is. Can I convince you to tell me?
230. YOU must know where he is. Can I convince you to tell me?
230. YOU must know where he is. Can I convince you to tell me?
231. I'm confused. Why, exactly was your father so shamed?
231. I'm confused. Why, exactly was your father so shamed?
232. What can I expect to find in this...uh...Dredge?
232. What can I expect to find in this...uh...Dredge?
234. Right now, it serves little purpose but to house an assortment of foul creatures. There are mine-cart tracks and an occasional storeroom. No one ventures there anymore, so I don't know anything beyond that...
234. Right now, it serves little purpose but to house an assortment of foul creatures. There are mine-cart tracks and an occasional storeroom. No one ventures there anymore, so I don't know anything beyond that...
234. Right now, it serves little purpose now but to house an assortment of foul creatures. There are mine-cart tracks and an occasional storeroom. No one ventures there anymore, so I don't know anything beyond that...
234. Right now, it serves little purpose now but to house an assortment of foul creatures. There are mine-cart tracks and an occasional storeroom. No one ventures there anymore, so I don't know anything beyond that...
235. YOU must know where he is. Can I convince you to tell me?
235. YOU must know where he is. Can I convince you to tell me?
236. YOU must know where he is. Can I convince you to tell me?
236. YOU must know where he is. Can I convince you to tell me?
237. I'm confused. Why, exactly was your father so ashamed?
237. I'm confused. Why, exactly was your father so ashamed?
238. What exactly is the Dredge, and where do I find it?
238. What exactly is the Dredge, and where do I find it?
241. Uh...no. I've NO idea where he is. If you're looking for him, you'll have to find him yourself in the Dredge. I will tell the guards there to let you pass. I hope you find your answers, stranger.
241. Uh...no. I've NO idea where he is. If you're looking for him, you'll have to find him yourself in the Dredge. I will tell the guards there to let you pass. I hope you find your answers, stranger.
241. Uh...no. I've NO idea where he is. If you're looking for him, you'll have to find him yourself in the Dredge. I will tell the guards there to let you pass. I hope you find your answers, stranger.
241. Uh...no. I've NO idea where he is. If you're looking for him, you'll have to find him yourself in the Dredge. I will tell the guards there to let you pass. I hope you find your answers, stranger.
242. I see. Then I go now to find him.
242. I see. Then I go now to find him.
244. Why would you think that? If a dwarf wants to be alone, then a dwarf stays alone...
244. Why would you think that? If a dwarf wants to be alone, then a dwarf stays alone...
244. Why would you think that? If a dwarf wants to be alone, then a dwarf stays alone...
244. Why would you think that? If a dwarf wants to be alone, then a dwarf stays alone...
245. You're his son and his heir. You'd have gone looking for him...
245. You're his son and his heir. You'd have gone looking for him...
246. I'm confused. Why, exactly was your father so shamed?
246. I'm confused. Why, exactly was your father so shamed?
247. I tire of these games. I go now to find him myself.
247. I tire of these games. I go now to find him myself.
249. And why? He left me here to rule a kingdom, and rule it I will! What sort of son would I be to...uh...go running around in the dark looking for a father who doesn't care...?
249. And why? He left me here to rule a kingdom, and rule it I will! What sort of son would I be to...uh...go running around in the dark looking for a father who doesn't care...?
249. And why? He left me here to rule a kingdom, and rule it I will! What sort of son would I be to...uh...go running around in the dark looking for a father who doesn't care...?
249. And why? He left me here to rule a kingdom, and rule it I will! What sort of son would I be to...uh...go running around in the dark looking for a father who doesn't care...?
250. Your anger is hollow. You need not protect him from me.
250. Your anger is hollow. You need not protect him from me.
251. And what has he left behind for you, Randver?
251. And what has he left behind for you, Randver?
252. Please clarify for me why he felt such shame for his actions?
252. Please clarify for me why he felt such shame for his actions?
253. I don't know, and no longer care. I go now to find him myself.
253. I don't know, and no longer care. I go now to find him myself.
258. [Sigh] You see more than most, my friend. You're correct...I hold no animosity towards my father. My heart breaks every day that he is gone...
258. [Sigh] You see more than most, my friend. You're correct...I hold no animosity towards my father. My heart breaks every day that he is gone...
258. [Sigh] You see more than most, my friend. You're correct...I hold no animosity towards my father. My heart breaks every day that he is gone...
258. [Sigh] You see more than most, my friend. You're correct...I hold no animosity towards my father. My heart breaks every day that he is gone...
259. I seek the truth. I think your father would want that as well.
259. I seek the truth. I think your father would want that as well.
261. I believe you, stranger. I truly do. I just might be able to point you in the right direction.
261. I believe you, stranger. I truly do. I just might be able to point you in the right direction.
261. I believe you, stranger. I truly do. I just might be able to point you in the right direction.
261. I believe you, stranger. I truly do. I just might be able to point you in the right direction.
262. Any help you'd give would be appreciated...
262. Any help you'd give would be appreciated...
264. For me? He has left a crumbling clan...its people confused and frightened at the changes in our world, hurt by the abandonment of their clan-father and King. And it falls to me...to me!...to hold us together...
264. For me? He has left a crumbling clan...its people confused and frightened at the changes in our world, hurt by the abandonment of their clan-father and King. And it falls to me...to me!...to hold us together...
264. For me? He has left a crumbling clan...its people confused and frightened at the changes in our world, hurt by the abandonment of their clan-father and King. And it falls to me...to me!...to hold us together...
264. For me? He has left a crumbling clan...its people confused and frightened at the changes in our world, hurt by the abandonment of their clan-father and King. And it falls to me...to me!...to hold us together...
265. You've done your best, Randver. Your father would be proud.
265. You've done your best, Randver. Your father would be proud.
266. You're a Thunder Stone. Start acting like one, for your father...
266. You're a Thunder Stone. Start acting like one, for your father...
268. But I am so very young. My people's respect for me stems more from my name than my experience. Still..."A handful of lodestone weighs more than an armful of pumice." He still tells me that...uh, I mean he used to...
268. But I am so very young. My people's respect for me stems more from my name than my experience. Still..."A handful of lodestone weighs more than an armful of pumice." He still tells me that...uh, I mean he used to...
268. But I am so very young. My people's respect for me stems more from my name than my experience. Still..."A handful of lodestone weighs more than an armful of pumice." He still tells me that...uh, I mean he used to...
268. But I am so very young. My people's respect for me stems more from my name than my experience. Still..."A handful of lodestone weighs more than an armful of pumice." He still tells me that...uh, I mean he used to...
269. I knew it! You have seen him! Where is he?
269. I knew it! You have seen him! Where is he?
270. He seems a very wise man. I hope someday to know him...
270. He seems a very wise man. I hope someday to know him...
271. Hmmm. I'm still unsure as to why he was so ashamed...
271. Hmmm. I'm still unsure as to why he was so ashamed...
273. I believe he would enjoy your company. My father is a man of truth, and he respects men cut from the same stone...
273. I believe he would enjoy your company. My father is a man of truth, and he respects men cut from the same stone...
273. I believe he would enjoy your company. My father is a man of truth, and he respects men cut from the same stone...
273. I believe he would enjoy your company. My father is a man of truth, and he respects men cut from the same stone...
274. I'm sure. Why, exactly, was he so ashamed?
274. I'm sure. Why, exactly, was he so ashamed?
275. Thank you. I think I had best be going...I must try to find him.
275. Thank you. I think I had best be going...I must try to find him.
277. No, wait!...
277. No, wait!...
277. No, wait!...
277. No, wait!...
278. Yes?
278. Yes?
280. I must admit it...you're correct. I do see him, almost every day, although he says very little. He lives deep within the Dredge, but I have a hidden passage through which I travel, and within it, you will encounter no trouble. Just enter here...there's a secret passage under the throne. I trust you stranger. Find your answers. Do what is right. I pray he will tell you what you need to know...
280. I must admit it...you're correct. I do see him, almost every day, although he says very little. He lives deep within the Dredge, but I have a hidden passage through which I travel, and within it, you will encounter no trouble. Just enter here...there's a secret passage under the throne. I trust you stranger. Find your answers. Do what is right. I pray he will tell you what you need to know...
280. I must admit it...you're correct. I do see him, almost every day, although he says very little. He lives deep within the Dredge, but I have a hidden passage through which I travel, and within it, you will encounter no trouble. Just enter here...there's a secret passage under the throne. I trust you stranger. Find your answers. Do what is right. I pray he will tell you what you need to know...
280. I must admit it...you're correct. I do see him, almost every day, although he says very little. He lives deep within the Dredge, but I have a hidden passage through which I travel, and within it, you will encounter no trouble. Just enter here...there's a secret passage under the throne. I trust you stranger. Find your answers. Do what is right. I pray he will tell you what you need to know...
281. I'll most certainly try. Thank you for your help, Randver.
281. I'll most certainly try. Thank you for your help, Randver.
284. He's in the Dredge...but as I told you, there's a secret passage that will lead you right to him. It's in the floor of my room...
284. He's in the Dredge...but as I told you, there's a secret passage that will lead you right to him. It's in the floor of my room...
284. He's in the Dredge...but as I told you, there's a secret passage that will lead you right to him. It's in the floor of my room...
284. He's in the Dredge...but as I told you, there's a secret passage that will lead you right to him. It's in the floor of my room...
285. Thank you. One more thing...
285. Thank you. One more thing...
286. I'll go to him right away...
286. I'll go to him right away...
288. Wh-hat? Are you calling me a liar? I tire of speaking, stranger. I wish you the best of luck, but I can give you nothing more...
288. Wh-hat? Are you calling me a liar? I tire of speaking, stranger. I wish you the best of luck, but I can give you nothing more...
288. Wh-hat? Are you calling me a liar? I tire of speaking, stranger. I wish you the best of luck, but I can give you nothing more...
288. Wh-hat? Are you calling me a liar? I tire of speaking, stranger. I wish you the best of luck, but I can give you nothing more...
289. Of course not. I'm only trying to find the truth...
289. Of course not. I'm only trying to find the truth...
290. Your father would disapprove of this attitude, Randver...
290. Your father would disapprove of this attitude, Randver...
291. I'm sorry you feel that way. I go now to find your father...
291. I'm sorry you feel that way. I go now to find your father...
293. Truly? The stakes are very high in this game we play...how am I to know the bedrock upon which rests your soul?
293. Truly? The stakes are very high in this game we play...how am I to know the bedrock upon which rests your soul?
293. Truly? The stakes are very high in this game we play...how am I to know the bedrock upon which rests your soul?
293. Truly? The stakes are very high in this game we play...how am I to know the bedrock upon which rests your soul?
294. Trust your feelings. I seek to throw light on all of this...
294. Trust your feelings. I seek to throw light on all of this...
295. Be careful. We've seen ONCE the fruits of unsound judgment...
295. Be careful. We've seen ONCE the fruits of unsound judgment...
296. It seems you suffer from the same cowardice as your father...
296. It seems you suffer from the same cowardice as your father...
297. You cannot, I suppose. I leave you to go and find him.
297. You cannot, I suppose. I leave you to go and find him.
299. NEVER speak of my family, my honor, or my father! I would as soon brain you as hear you say another foolish word!
299. NEVER speak of my family, my honor, or my father! I would as soon brain you as hear you say another foolish word!
299. NEVER speak of my family, my honor, or my father! I would as soon brain you as hear you say another foolish word!
299. NEVER speak of my family, my honor, or my father! I would as soon brain you as hear you say another foolish word!
300. Forgive me, I only want to do what is right...
300. Forgive me, I only want to do what is right...
301. Your threats are empty, King-in-Waiting. Don't push me...
301. Your threats are empty, King-in-Waiting. Don't push me...
302. Perhaps I've gone too far. I go to search him out alone.
302. Perhaps I've gone too far. I go to search him out alone.
304. Do you? How am I to know for sure? This is my father, you're speaking of...my people! So much is at stake! How am I to know?
304. Do you? How am I to know for sure? This is my father, you're speaking of...my people! So much is at stake! How am I to know?
304. Do you? How am I to know for sure? This is my father, you're speaking of...my people! So much is at stake! How am I to know?
304. Do you? How am I to know for sure? This is my father, you're speaking of...my people! So much is at stake! How am I to know?
305. Trust your feelings. I seek to throw light on all of this...
305. Trust your feelings. I seek to throw light on all of this...
306. Be careful. We've seen ONCE the fruits of unsound judgment...
306. Be careful. We've seen ONCE the fruits of unsound judgment...
307. You cannot, I suppose. I leave you to go and find Loghaire.
307. You cannot, I suppose. I leave you to go and find Loghaire.
309. I believe I heard enough of your words. Leave me, stranger...I leave you to find my father on your own.
309. I believe I heard enough of your words. Leave me, stranger...I leave you to find my father on your own.
309. I believe I heard enough of your words. Leave me, stranger...I leave you to find my father on your own.
309. I believe I heard enough of your words. Leave me, stranger...I leave you to find my father on your own.
310. I'll take my leave of you, then. I go to find your father.
310. I'll take my leave of you, then. I go to find your father.
312. Threaten me again, stranger, and I swear by my name that your blood will flow.
312. Threaten me again, stranger, and I swear by my name that your blood will flow.
312. Threaten me again, stranger, and I swear by my name that your blood will flow.
312. Threaten me again, stranger, and I swear by my name that your blood will flow.
313. I see. Perhaps it would be best if I left. Good bye.
313. I see. Perhaps it would be best if I left. Good bye.
314. I call you out, Blunder Stone. Prepare for death.
314. I call you out, Blunder Stone. Prepare for death.
316. Foolish outlander! You'll pay with your life!
316. Foolish outlander! You'll pay with your life!
316. Foolish outlander! You'll pay with your life!
316. Foolish outlander! You'll pay with your life!
321. I'd have to disagree. I think we'd better resume our previous discussion...
321. I'd have to disagree. I think we'd better resume our previous discussion...
321. I'd have to disagree. I think we'd better resume our previous discussion...
321. I'd have to disagree. I think we'd better resume our previous discussion...
322. YOU must know where he is. Can I convince you to tell me?
322. YOU must know where he is. Can I convince you to tell me?
323. YOU must know where he is. Can I convince you to tell me?
323. YOU must know where he is. Can I convince you to tell me?
324. What can I expect to find in this...uh...Dredge?
324. What can I expect to find in this...uh...Dredge?
325. YOU must know where he is. Can I convince you to tell me?
325. YOU must know where he is. Can I convince you to tell me?
326. YOU must know where he is. Can I convince you to tell me?
326. YOU must know where he is. Can I convince you to tell me?
327. What exactly is the Dredge, and where do I find it?
327. What exactly is the Dredge, and where do I find it?
328. Okay...you're his son. You'd have gone looking for him...
328. Okay...you're his son. You'd have gone looking for him...
329. Okay. But I sense your anger at your father is hollow...
329. Okay. But I sense your anger at your father is hollow...
330. Fine. What has your father left behind for you, Randver?
330. Fine. What has your father left behind for you, Randver?
331. Fine! But you're manner betrays you! You've seen him...!
331. Fine! But you're manner betrays you! You've seen him...!
332. Loghaire seems a very wise man. I hope someday to know him...
332. Loghaire seems a very wise man. I hope someday to know him...
333. I understand. I think I better be going...I must try to find him.
333. I understand. I think I better be going...I must try to find him.
346. That's a complicated discussion, friend. A very long one that I'm not sure you'd fully be able to understand...
346. That's a complicated discussion, friend. A very long one that I'm not sure you'd fully be able to understand...
346. That's a complicated discussion, friend. One I'm not sure you'd fully be able to understand...
346. That's a complicated discussion, friend. One I'm not sure you'd fully be able to understand...
347. I believe my mental powers are up to the task...
347. I believe my mental powers are up to the task...
348. I believe my mental powers are up to the task...
348. I believe my mental powers are up to the task...
349. Perhaps you're right...let's continue our previous discussion...
349. Perhaps you're right...let's continue our previous discussion...
351. Hmmm. Perhaps you are correct. Fine. My father's reasons for leaving are tied up in ageless tradition...truly, in his opinion, he had no option other than to leave his clan. He was only doing what he saw to be his only choice...
351. Hmmm. Perhaps you are correct. Fine. My father's reasons for leaving are tied up in ageless tradition...truly, in his opinion, he had no option other than to leave his clan. He was only doing what he saw to be his only choice...
351. Hmmm. Perhaps you are correct. Fine. My father's reasons for leaving are tied up in ageless tradition...truly, in his opinion, he had no option other than to leave his clan. He was only doing what he saw to be his only choice...
351. Hmmm. Perhaps you are correct. Fine. My father's reasons for leaving are tied up in ageless tradition...truly, in his opinion, he had no option other than to leave his clan. He was only doing what he saw to be his only choice...
352. You spoke of dwarven traditions...of which do you speak?
352. You spoke of dwarven traditions...of which do you speak?
353. You said "in his opinion...". Do you disagree with his choice?
353. You said "in his opinion...". Do you disagree with his choice?
355. Perhaps you should ask that later, once you've heard what I have to say...
355. Perhaps you should ask that later, once you've heard what I have to say...
355. Perhaps you should ask that later, once you've heard what I have to say...
355. Perhaps you should ask that later, once you've heard what I have to say...
356. Of course...please continue. You were talking about tradition?
356. Of course...please continue. You were talking about tradition?
360. Perhaps tradition is the wrong word. Philosophy might be a better one, though we dwarves rarely consider ourselves philosophers. A philosophy, as most know it, infers a certain amount of subjective opinion, and a particular open-mindedness toward other trains of thought. What I speak of is different...
360. Perhaps tradition is the wrong word. Philosophy might be a better one, though we dwarves rarely consider ourselves philosophers. A philosophy, as most know it, infers a certain amount of subjective opinion, and a particular open-mindedness toward other trains of thought. What I speak of is different...
360. Perhaps tradition is the wrong word. Philosophy might be a better one, though we dwarves rarely consider ourselves philosophers. A philosophy, as most know it, infers a certain amount of subjective opinion, and a particular open-mindedness toward other trains of thought. What I speak of is different...
360. Perhaps tradition is the wrong word. Philosophy might be a better one, though we dwarves rarely consider ourselves philosophers. A philosophy, as most know it, infers a certain amount of subjective opinion, and a particular open-mindedness toward other trains of thought. What I speak of is different...
361. Are there NO dwarf philosophers?
361. Are there NO dwarf philosophers?
362. What, exactly, are you referring to?
362. What, exactly, are you referring to?
364. There have been what you might consider philosophers. Do you remember before, when I spoke of Lorek the Abjurer, and the Clan Wars? Lorek was what you would call a philosopher. Unfortunately, his views were terribly, terribly skewed. Ask me about him later...
364. There have been what you might consider philosophers. Do you remember before, when I spoke of Lorek the Abjurer, and the Clan Wars? Lorek was what you would call a philosopher. Unfortunately, his views were terribly, terribly skewed. Ask me about him later...
364. There have been what you might consider philosophers. Do you remember before, when I spoke of Lorek the Abjurer, and the Clan Wars? Lorek was what you would call a philosopher. Unfortunately, his views were terribly, terribly skewed. Ask me about him later...
364. There have been what you might consider philosophers. Do you remember before, when I spoke of Lorek the Abjurer, and the Clan Wars? Lorek was what you would call a philosopher. Unfortunately, his views were terribly, terribly skewed. Ask me about him later...
365. I will. What were you talking about before...?
365. I will. What were you talking about before...?
367. I'm talking about the stuff of dwarven souls, the tenets we live by, our moral fiber...though morality plays no part in it. Not morality as most know it. What I speak of, friend, is what is known as the Stone and the Shape...
367. I'm talking about the stuff of dwarven souls, the tenets we live by, our moral fiber...though morality plays no part in it. Not morality as most know it. What I speak of, friend, is what is known as the Stone and the Shape...
367. I'm talking about the stuff of dwarven souls, the tenets we live by, our moral fiber...though morality plays no part in it. Not morality as most know it. What I speak of, friend, is what is known as the Stone and the Shape...
367. I'm talking about the stuff of dwarven souls, the tenets we live by, our moral fiber...though morality plays no part in it. Not morality as most know it. What I speak of, friend, is what is known as the Stone and the Shape...
368. Continue, please...
368. Continue, please...
369. Wait...what do you mean that morality plays no part in it...?
369. Wait...what do you mean that morality plays no part in it...?
371. Morality, at its most basic level, presupposes a choice, my friend. To live by a "moral" code means that there is, inherently, an "immoral" code. These are not terms we employ in discussions pertaining to dwarven intangibles. If you understand that, the rest is easier. As I said before, we refer to what is known as the Stone and the Shape...
371. Morality, at its most basic level, presupposes a choice, my friend. To live by a "moral" code means that there is, inherently, an "immoral" code. These are not terms we employ in discussions pertaining to dwarven intangibles. If you understand that, the rest is easier. As I said before, we refer to what is known as the Stone and the Shape...
371. Morality, at its most basic level, presupposes a choice, my friend. To live by a "moral" code means that there is, inherently, an "immoral" code. These are not terms we employ in discussions pertaining to dwarven intangibles. If you understand that, the rest is easier. As I said before, we refer to what is known as the Stone and the Shape...
371. Morality, at its most basic level, presupposes a choice, my friend. To live by a "moral" code means that there is, inherently, an "immoral" code. These are not terms we employ in discussions pertaining to dwarven intangibles. If you understand that, the rest is easier. As I said before, we refer to what is known as the Stone and the Shape...
372. Thank you for clarifying that. Please continue...
372. Thank you for clarifying that. Please continue...
373. I tire of this. Let us continue our previous discussion...
373. I tire of this. Let us continue our previous discussion...
375. To be a Dwarf...what does this mean? Our character is defined through the immovability, the solidity of stone. We dwarves see the soul not as something ephemeral or transient...but as rooted in this reality as the mountains from which we carve our homes...do you understand?
375. To be a Dwarf...what does this mean? Our character is defined through the immovability, the solidity of stone. We dwarves see the soul not as something ephemeral or transient...but as rooted in this reality as the mountains from which we carve our homes...do you understand?
375. To be a Dwarf...what does this mean? Our character is defined through the immovability, the solidity of stone. We dwarves see the soul not as something ephemeral or transient...but as rooted in this reality as the mountains from which we carve our homes...do you understand?
375. To be a Dwarf...what does this mean? Our character is defined through the immovability, the solidity of stone. We dwarves see the soul not as something ephemeral or transient...but as rooted in this reality as the mountains from which we carve our homes...do you understand?
376. Clearly...you're speaking of dwarven commonality...?
376. Clearly...you're speaking of dwarven commonality...?
377. I think so, but could you explain a bit further...?
377. I think so, but could you explain a bit further...?
379. Take this mountain...the sight of him against the horizon can set our hearts afire, and with throaty and tear-choked cries we'll call greetings or farewell. But to live within him! feel him shifting and settling, cracking, veins full with blood of gold and silver...and he is both hard and generous, and we rejoice in both because we are Dwarves.
379. Take this mountain...the sight of him against the horizon can set our hearts afire, and with throaty and tear-choked cries we'll call greetings or farewell. But to live within him! feel him shifting and settling, cracking, veins full with blood of gold and silver...and he is both hard and generous, and we rejoice in both because we are Dwarves.
379. Take this mountain...the sight of him against the horizon can set our hearts afire, and with throaty and tear-choked cries we'll call greetings or farewell. But to live within him! feel him shifting and settling, cracking, veins full with blood of gold and silver...and he is both hard and generous, and we rejoice in both because we are Dwarves.
379. Take this mountain...the sight of him against the horizon can set our hearts afire, and with throaty and tear-choked cries we'll call greetings or farewell. But to live within him! feel him shifting and settling, cracking, veins full with blood of gold and silver...and he is both hard and generous, and we rejoice in both because we are Dwarves.
380. Common dwarven traits, yes...but is there more?
380. Common dwarven traits, yes...but is there more?
382. Yes!...I speak both metaphorically and literally...we are dwarves, and there is much about us that is like the stone. We feel no more at home than when it surrounds us, and it carries to us the roar of the great molten flows, or the slow whine of subterranean ocean-rivers, or, when all is quiet, mountain-whispers so steeped in age that even the stars were young when they were first spoken...
382. Yes!...I speak both metaphorically and literally...we are dwarves, and there is much about us that is like the stone. We feel no more at home than when it surrounds us, and it carries to us the roar of the great molten flows, or the slow whine of subterranean ocean-rivers, or, when all is quiet, mountain-whispers so steeped in age that even the stars were young when they were first spoken...
382. Yes...I speak both metaphorically and literally...we are dwarves, and there is much about us that is like the stone. We feel no more at home than when it surrounds us, and it carries to us the roar of the great molten flows, or the slow whine of subterranean ocean-rivers, or, when all is quiet, mountain-whispers so steeped in age that even the stars were young when they were first spoken...
382. Yes...I speak both metaphorically and literally...we are dwarves, and there is much about us that is like the stone. We feel no more at home than when it surrounds us, and it carries to us the roar of the great molten flows, or the slow whine of subterranean ocean-rivers, or, when all is quiet, mountain-whispers so steeped in age that even the stars were young when they were first spoken...
383. And so...
383. And so...
385. And so...to understand this is to understand a part of what makes us dwarves...these loves are immovable and unchangeable, and so we are like the Stone.
385. And so...to understand this is to understand a part of what makes us dwarves...these loves are immovable and unchangeable, and so we are like the Stone.
385. And so...to understand this is to understand a part of what makes us dwarves...these loves are immovable and unchangeable, and so we are like the Stone.
385. And so...to understand this is to understand a part of what makes us dwarves...these loves are immovable and unchangeable, and so we are like the Stone.
386. Are you saying that all dwarves are the same?
386. Are you saying that all dwarves are the same?
387. I see. But what of the Shape?
387. I see. But what of the Shape?
388. I tire of this. Let us continue our previous discussion...
388. I tire of this. Let us continue our previous discussion...
390. Of course not. There are many kinds of stone. What I speak of is what we are all cut from, not the form we take afterwards. That, my friend, is what is known as the Shape. It's very important to understand the difference...do you?
390. Of course not. There are many kinds of stone. What I speak of is what we are all cut from, not the form we take afterwards. That, my friend, is what is known as the Shape. It's very important to understand the difference...do you?
390. Of course not. There are many kinds of stone. What I speak of is what we are all cut from, not the form we take afterwards. That, my friend, is what is known as the Shape. It's very important to understand the difference...do you?
390. Of course not. There are many kinds of stone. What I speak of is what we are all cut from, not the form we take afterwards. That, my friend, is what is known as the Shape. It's very important to understand the difference...do you?
391. Yes...please tell me more...
391. Yes...please tell me more...
392. I'm still a bit muddled...could you make it more clear?
392. I'm still a bit muddled...could you make it more clear?
394. When I speak of the Stone, I'm talking of the unchangeable, undeniable things which make us dwarves. To make a comparison...stone is stone because of common physical and mineral properties. I say that the soul of dwarves are the same...
394. When I speak of the Stone, I'm talking of the unchangeable, undeniable things which make us dwarves. To make a comparison...stone is stone because of common physical and mineral properties. I say that the soul of dwarves are the same...
394. When I speak of the Stone, I'm talking of the unchangeable, undeniable things which make us dwarves. To make a comparison...stone is stone because of common physical and mineral properties. I say that the soul of dwarves are the same...
394. When I speak of the Stone, I'm talking of the unchangeable, undeniable things which make us dwarves. To make a comparison...stone is stone because of common physical and mineral properties. I say that the soul of dwarves are the same...
395. Thank you. And the Shape?
395. Thank you. And the Shape?
397. The Shape is what FORMS us, what defines our being and our purpose and the things we say and do. As there are many types of stone, so are there as many shapes. Granite for bricks, and shale for oilstones, and marble for statues, and crystal for the fragile and the precise.
397. The Shape is what FORMS us, what defines our being and our purpose and the things we say and do. As there are many types of stone, so are there as many shapes. Granite for bricks, and shale for oilstones, and marble for statues, and crystal for the fragile and the precise.
397. The Shape is what FORMS us, what defines our being and our purpose and the things we say and do. As there are many types of stone, so are there as many shapes. Granite for bricks, and shale for oilstones, and marble for statues, and crystal for the fragile and the precise.
397. The Shape is what FORMS us, what defines our being and our purpose and the things we say and do. As there are many types of stone, so are there as many shapes. Granite for bricks, and shale for oilstones, and marble for statues, and crystal for the fragile and the precise.
398. Wait...it is the Shape that defines what the Stone becomes?
398. Wait...it is the Shape that defines what the Stone becomes?
399. Elaborate a little further, please...
399. Elaborate a little further, please...
400. I've heard enough. As to what we were discussing before...
400. I've heard enough. As to what we were discussing before...
402. How can I make this more clear for you?...a stone yields what is already within, and so we, as Dwarves, look within and see what it is we are to become.
402. How can I make this more clear for you?...a stone yields what is already within, and so we, as Dwarves, look within and see what it is we are to become.
402. How can I make this more clear for you?...a stone yields what is already within, and so we, as Dwarves, look within and see what it is we are to become.
402. How can I make this more clear for you?...a stone yields what is already within, and so we, as Dwarves, look within and see what it is we are to become.
403. So, symbolically, 'quartz' would be the Shape of a Stone...
403. So, symbolically, 'quartz' would be the Shape of a Stone...
404. Wait...it is the Shape that defines what the Stone becomes?
404. Wait...it is the Shape that defines what the Stone becomes?
406. 'Quartz' is not the Shape, but its Shape is tied to it being quartz...both alabaster and marble are stone, but the Shapes they can become are vastly different...its not hard to grasp, but important...
406. 'Quartz' is not the Shape, but its Shape is tied to it being quartz...both alabaster and marble are stone, but the Shapes they can become are vastly different...its not hard to grasp, but important...
406. 'Quartz' is not the Shape, but its Shape is tied to it being quartz...both alabaster and marble are stone, but the Shapes they can become are vastly different...its not hard to grasp, but important...
406. 'Quartz' is not the Shape, but its Shape is tied to it being quartz...both alabaster and marble are stone, but the Shapes they can become are vastly different...its not hard to grasp, but important...
407. I see. And the Shape defines what the Stone becomes...?
407. I see. And the Shape defines what the Stone becomes...?
409. This is the most important concept. One cannot exist without the other. To a certain degree, Shape does define what the Stone becomes...flint makes a good striking stick...but the reverse is just as true...you can't make a good striking stick without flint. Shape arises from Stone, but Stone is dependent upon Shape...do you understand?
409. This is the most important concept. One cannot exist without the other. To a certain degree, Shape does define what the Stone becomes...flint makes a good striking stick...but the reverse is just as true...you can't make a good striking stick without flint. Shape arises from Stone, but Stone is dependent upon Shape...do you understand?
409. This is the most important concept. One cannot exist without the other. To a certain degree, Shape does define what the Stone becomes...flint makes a good striking stick...but the reverse is just as true...you can't make a good striking stick without flint. Shape arises from Stone, but Stone is dependent upon Shape...do you understand?
409. This is the most important concept. One cannot exist without the other. To a certain degree, Shape does define what the Stone becomes...flint makes a good striking stick...but the reverse is just as true...you can't make a good striking stick without flint. Shape arises from Stone, but Stone is dependent upon Shape...do you understand?
410. I want to make sure I understand this...
410. I want to make sure I understand this...
412. It is perhaps stated most simply in this way. As slate will flake and crack under the sculptor's chisel, so will a dwarf who knows not his purpose, knows not his Shape.
412. It is perhaps stated most simply in this way. As slate will flake and crack under the sculptor's chisel, so will a dwarf who knows not his purpose, knows not his Shape.
412. It is perhaps stated most simply in this way. As slate will flake and crack under the sculptor's chisel, so will a dwarf who knows not his purpose, knows not his Shape.
412. It is perhaps stated most simply in this way. As slate will flake and crack under the sculptor's chisel, so will a dwarf who knows not his purpose, knows not his Shape.
413. I understand. Interesting. So, in terms of your father...
413. I understand. Interesting. So, in terms of your father...
414. So...Stone and Shape define your "morality"...
414. So...Stone and Shape define your "morality"...
415. It seems Fate is playing a very large role, here...
415. It seems Fate is playing a very large role, here...
416. I tire of this. I'd like to return to our previous discussion...
416. I tire of this. I'd like to return to our previous discussion...
418. Precisely...you seem to understand this very well. Dwarven morality...the choices we make...at the most basic level, is defined by us being dwarves. Work ethic, love of family, respect of wisdom...these are our morality. We seem them not as choices, because, as dwarves, it is merely being who we are. Stone is the existence of these things...Shape is their expression.
418. Precisely...you seem to understand this very well. Dwarven morality...the choices we make...at the most basic level, is defined by us being dwarves. Work ethic, love of family, respect of wisdom...these are our morality. We seem them not as choices, because, as dwarves, it is merely being who we are. Stone is the existence of these things...Shape is their expression.
418. Precisely...you seem to understand this very well. Dwarven morality...the choices we make...at the most basic level, is defined by us being dwarves. Work ethic, love of family, respect of wisdom...these are our morality. We seem them not as choices, because, as dwarves, it is merely being who we are. Stone is the existence of these things...Shape is their expression.
418. Precisely...you seem to understand this very well. Dwarven morality...the choices we make...at the most basic level, is defined by us being dwarves. Work ethic, love of family, respect of wisdom...these are our morality. We seem them not as choices, because, as dwarves, it is merely being who we are. Stone is the existence of these things...Shape is their expression.
419. I see. But Fate seems to be playing a very large role here...
419. I see. But Fate seems to be playing a very large role here...
420. So, Stone and Shape, in terms of your father...
420. So, Stone and Shape, in terms of your father...
423. If what you mean is that we are "fated" from birth to be a particular kind of person, you are incorrect, although I can see where you'd make that connection. I've said only that your Shape must be true to your Stone. The use of the word "fate" presupposes a single, unalterable line. Dwarven purpose is a room with many doors...
423. If what you mean is that we are "fated" from birth to be a particular kind of person, you are incorrect, although I can see where you'd make that connection. I've said only that your Shape must be true to your Stone. The use of the word "fate" presupposes a single, unalterable line. Dwarven purpose is a room with many doors...
423. If what you mean is that we are "fated" from birth to be a particular kind of person, you are incorrect, although I can see where you'd make that connection. I've said only that your Shape must be true to your Stone. The use of the word "fate" presupposes a single, unalterable line. Dwarven purpose is a room with many doors...
423. If what you mean is that we are "fated" from birth to be a particular kind of person, you are incorrect, although I can see where you'd make that connection. I've said only that your Shape must be true to your Stone. The use of the word "fate" presupposes a single, unalterable line. Dwarven purpose is a room with many doors...
424. So, Stone and Shape, in terms of your father...
424. So, Stone and Shape, in terms of your father...
425. Therefore, Stone and Shape define your "morality"...
425. Therefore, Stone and Shape define your "morality"...
426. I tire of this. I'd like to return to our previous discussion...
426. I tire of this. I'd like to return to our previous discussion...
428. My father left us because he felt he had betrayed both his Stone and his Shape. He felt that allowing the elves to banish his brethren was a betrayal of his Stone. The same act was also a betrayal of his Shape, being King of the Dwarves. Without either, he was empty.
428. My father left us because he felt he had betrayed both his Stone and his Shape. He felt that allowing the elves to banish his brethren was a betrayal of his Stone. The same act was also a betrayal of his Shape, being King of the Dwarves. Without either, he was empty.
428. My father left us because he felt he had betrayed both his Stone and his Shape. He felt that allowing the elves to banish his brethren was a betrayal of his Stone. The same act was also a betrayal of his Shape, being King of the Dwarves. Without either, he was empty.
428. My father left us because he felt he had betrayed both his Stone and his Shape. He felt that allowing the elves to banish his brethren was a betrayal of his Stone. The same act was also a betrayal of his Shape, being King of the Dwarves. Without either, he was empty.
429. And what is your opinion, Randver? Was it a betrayal?
429. And what is your opinion, Randver? Was it a betrayal?
430. And what of Lorek the Abjurer?
430. And what of Lorek the Abjurer?
432. Lorek was a dwarf who had betrayed his Stone...he believed that his clan was better than those of other dwarves, and because of this only they were fit to rule. Anyone who opposed him was put to death. His words were evil, but he spoke them well. Many a dwarf followed him, and many more died because of it.
432. Lorek was a dwarf who had betrayed his Stone...he believed that his clan was better than those of other dwarves, and because of this only they were fit to rule. Anyone who opposed him was put to death. His words were evil, but he spoke them well. Many a dwarf followed him, and many more died because of it.
432. Lorek was a dwarf who had betrayed his Stone...he believed that his clan was better than those of other dwarves, and because of this only they were fit to rule. Anyone who opposed him was put to death. His words were evil, but he spoke them well. Many a dwarf followed him, and many more died because of it.
432. Lorek was a dwarf who had betrayed his Stone...he believed that his clan was better than those of other dwarves, and because of this only they were fit to rule. Anyone who opposed him was put to death. His words were evil, but he spoke them well. Many a dwarf followed him, and many more died because of it.
433. Lorek's Stone was flawed...his Shape could be no different...
433. Lorek's Stone was flawed...his Shape could be no different...
435. Well spoken, my friend. You've wisdom beyond your years....
435. Well spoken, my friend. You've wisdom beyond your years....
435. Well spoken, my friend. You've wisdom beyond your years....
435. Well spoken, my friend. You've wisdom beyond your years....
436. And your opinion of your fathers choice?
436. And your opinion of your fathers choice?
438. There are times, my friend, when the choices we are forced to make cannot be true to both the Shape and the Stone. I have thought long and hard on the issue...I have not the answers. But I know my father is a dwarf among dwarves. There is a saying among us..."Weigh your own Stone." It is not for me to decide...
438. There are times, my friend, when the choices we are forced to make cannot be true to both the Shape and the Stone. I have thought long and hard on the issue...I have not the answers. But I know my father is a dwarf among dwarves. There is a saying among us..."Weigh your own Stone." It is not for me to decide...
438. There are times, my friend, when the choices we are forced to make cannot be true to both the Shape and the Stone. I have thought long and hard on the issue...I have not the answers. But I know my father is a dwarf among dwarves. There is a saying among us..."Weigh your own Stone." It is not for me to decide...
438. There are times, my friend, when the choices we are forced to make cannot be true to both the Shape and the Stone. I have thought long and hard on the issue...I have not the answers. But I know my father is a dwarf among dwarves. There is a saying among us..."Weigh your own Stone." It is not for me to decide...
439. Thank you, Randver. I feel I better understand your father...
439. Thank you, Randver. I feel I better understand your father...
441. No, thank you, my friend. Few are the outlanders who would even care to ask. It is good that I've shared these things with you today...
441. No, thank you, my friend. Few are the outlanders who would even care to ask. It is good that I've shared these things with you today...
441. No, thank you, my friend. Few are the outlanders who would even care to ask. It is good that I've shared these things with you today...
441. No, thank you, my friend. Few are the outlanders who would even care to ask. It is good that I've shared these things with you today...
442. Can we continue or previous discussion?
442. Can we continue or previous discussion?
444. Certainly...where were we?
444. Certainly...where were we?
444. Certainly...where were we?
444. Certainly...where were we?
445. Surely YOU must have some idea as to his whereabouts?
445. Surely YOU must have some idea as to his whereabouts?
446. Surely YOU must have some idea as to his whereabouts?
446. Surely YOU must have some idea as to his whereabouts?
447. What can I expect to find in this...uh...Dredge?
447. What can I expect to find in this...uh...Dredge?
448. Surely YOU must have some idea as to his whereabouts?
448. Surely YOU must have some idea as to his whereabouts?
449. Surely YOU must have some idea as to his whereabouts?
449. Surely YOU must have some idea as to his whereabouts?
450. What exactly is the Dredge, and where do I find it?
450. What exactly is the Dredge, and where do I find it?
451. You're his son. I'd assume you'd have gone looking for him...
451. You're his son. I'd assume you'd have gone looking for him...
452. I sense your anger at your father is hollow, Randver...
452. I sense your anger at your father is hollow, Randver...
453. What has your father left behind for you, Randver?
453. What has your father left behind for you, Randver?
454. Your words tell me you see him, often. Now where is he?
454. Your words tell me you see him, often. Now where is he?
455. Loghaire seems a very wise man. I hope someday to know him...
455. Loghaire seems a very wise man. I hope someday to know him...
456. I think I better be going...I must try to find your father.
456. I think I better be going...I must try to find your father.
460. I wish you the best of luck in finding him, my friend...
460. I wish you the best of luck in finding him, my friend...
460. I wish you the best of luck in finding him, my friend...
460. I wish you the best of luck in finding him, my friend...
461. I'm very glad. Good luck on your quest. I hope you find the truth...
461. I'm very glad. Good luck on your quest. I hope you find the truth...
461. I'm very glad. Good luck on your quest. I hope you find the truth...
461. I'm very glad. Good luck on your quest. I hope you find the truth...
462. The dwarves are forever in your debt. Thank you so much for your help, and godspeed on your quest...
462. The dwarves are forever in your debt. Thank you so much for your help, and godspeed on your quest...
462. The dwarves are forever in your debt. Thank you so much for your help, and godspeed on your quest...
462. The dwarves are forever in your debt. Thank you so much for your help, and godspeed on your quest...
467. What are you unclear about?
467. What are you unclear about?
467. What are you unclear about?
467. What are you unclear about?
468. Tell me of when your father left...
468. Tell me of when your father left...
469. What of the reasons behind the banishment of the BMC?
469. What of the reasons behind the banishment of the BMC?
470. Nothing, for now. A few more general questions...
470. Nothing, for now. A few more general questions...
477. Alright. You know the Black Mountain Clan was banished, and you know the elves were involved. When we returned from the banishment, my father's shame at the incident drove him into exile...
477. Alright. You know the Black Mountain Clan was banished, and you know the elves were involved. When we returned from the banishment, my father's shame at the incident drove him into exile...
477. Alright. You know the Black Mountain Clan was banished, and you know the elves were involved. When we returned from the banishment, my father's shame at the incident drove him into exile...
477. Alright. You know the Black Mountain Clan was banished, and you know the elves were involved. When we returned from the banishment, my father's shame at the incident drove him into exile...
478. Thank you...a few more general questions...
478. Thank you...a few more general questions...
479. I may need some clarification on another issue...
479. I may need some clarification on another issue...
481. The Black Mountain Clan had shown Gilbert Bates some of the secrets of technology. Because of this, technology spread at an alarming rate across all of Arcanum, and not long after, some elves approached my father, demanding retribution. Who these elves were, I don't know. The punishment was banishment of the Black Mountain Clan, which my father approved.
481. The Black Mountain Clan had shown Gilbert Bates some of the secrets of technology. Because of this, technology spread at an alarming rate across all of Arcanum, and not long after, some elves approached my father, demanding retribution. Who these elves were, I don't know. The punishment was banishment of the Black Mountain Clan, which my father approved.
481. The Black Mountain Clan had shown Gilbert Bates some of the secrets of technology. Because of this, technology spread at an alarming rate across all of Arcanum, and not long after, some elves approached my father, demanding retribution. Who these elves were, I don't know. The punishment was banishment of the Black Mountain Clan, which my father approved.
481. The Black Mountain Clan had shown Gilbert Bates some of the secrets of technology. Because of this, technology spread at an alarming rate across all of Arcanum, and not long after, some elves approached my father, demanding retribution. Who these elves were, I don't know. The punishment was banishment of the Black Mountain Clan, which my father approved.
482. Thank you...a few more general questions...
482. Thank you...a few more general questions...
483. I may need some clarification on another issue...
483. I may need some clarification on another issue...
490. I am Randver Thunder Stone, son of Loghaire Thunder Stone. I stand as chieftain and King-in-Waiting of all the dwarves, both over- and under-mountain, in the lands of Arcanum. Welcome to the caverns of the Wheel Clan. You seem a bit...uh...simple, my friend?
490. I am Randver Thunder Stone, son of Loghaire Thunder Stone. I stand as chieftain and King-in-Waiting of all the dwarves, both over- and under-mountain, in the lands of Arcanum. Welcome to the caverns of the Wheel Clan. You seem a bit...uh...simple, my friend?
490. I am Randver Thunder Stone, son of Loghaire Thunder Stone. I stand as chieftain and King-in-Waiting of all the dwarves, both over- and under-mountain, in the lands of Arcanum. Welcome to the caverns of the Wheel Clan. You seem a bit...uh...simple, my friend?
490. I am Randver Thunder Stone, son of Loghaire Thunder Stone. I stand as chieftain and King-in-Waiting of all the dwarves, both over- and under-mountain, in the lands of Arcanum. Welcome to the caverns of the Wheel Clan. You seem a bit...uh...simple, my friend?
491. Simple...? Uh, yeah! Have questions, Randy!
491. Simple...? Uh, yeah! Have questions, Randy!
492. Uh...me go.
492. Uh...me go.
500. Certainly...how can I help you?
500. Certainly...how can I help you?
500. Certainly...how can I help you?
500. Certainly...how can I help you?
501. Thors bald two stones trapped in despair!
501. Thors bald two stones trapped in despair!
502. I got bad news!
502. I got bad news!
503. You no where I find Logare, Randy?
503. You no where I find Logare, Randy?
504. I found Logare!
504. I found Logare!
505. I found Logare. He told me stuff!
505. I found Logare. He told me stuff!
506. Gotta go.
506. Gotta go.
509. Thor's bald two...what? Wait! Do you mean Thorvald Two Stones?
509. Thor's bald two...what? Wait! Do you mean Thorvald Two Stones?
509. Thor's bald two...what? Wait! Do you mean Thorvald Two Stones?
509. Thor's bald two...what? Wait! Do you mean Thorvald Two Stones?
510. Yes! Yes! Trapped in despair!
510. Yes! Yes! Trapped in despair!
512. I see! He's trapped on the Isle of Despair! He's been gone for quite a while...no wonder we haven't heard from him! We'll send a detachment to retrieve him right away! Thank you for the information...
512. I see! He's trapped on the Isle of Despair! He's been gone for quite a while...no wonder we haven't heard from him! We'll send a detachment to retrieve him right away! Thank you for the information...
512. I see! He's trapped on the Isle of Despair! He's been gone for quite a while...no wonder we haven't heard from him! We'll send a detachment to retrieve him right away! Thank you for the information...
512. I see! He's trapped on the Isle of Despair! He's been gone for quite a while...no wonder we haven't heard from him! We'll send a detachment to retrieve him right away! Thank you for the information...
513. Sure Randy! Have more questions...
513. Sure Randy! Have more questions...
515. Bad news, you say? What is it, my simple friend?
515. Bad news, you say? What is it, my simple friend?
515. Bad news, you say? What is it, my simple friend?
515. Bad news, you say? What is it, my simple friend?
516. I know stuff... [Tell him what you know.]
516. I know stuff... [Tell him what you know.]
518. I see. This is a very grave situation, and one only fully known by my father. He never told me the details behind the banishment of the BMC...
518. I see. This is a very grave situation, and one only fully known by my father. He never told me the details behind the banishment of the BMC...
518. I see. This is a very grave situation, and one only fully known by my father. He never told me the details behind the banishment of the BMC...
518. I see. This is a very grave situation, and one only fully known by my father. He never told me the details behind the banishment of the BMC...
519. Uhh...I talk to him! Where Logare?
519. Uhh...I talk to him! Where Logare?
522. I'm sorry, my simple friend. My father has gone into exile, and will neither see nor speak to anyone. As his son, I must respect his wishes...
522. I'm sorry, my simple friend. My father has gone into exile, and will neither see nor speak to anyone. As his son, I must respect his wishes...
522. I'm sorry, my simple friend. My father has gone into exile, and will neither see nor speak to anyone. As his son, I must respect his wishes...
522. I'm sorry, my simple friend. My father has gone into exile, and will neither see nor speak to anyone. As his son, I must respect his wishes...
523. Ex-x-xi-le...?
523. Ex-x-xi-le...?
524. You know where I find him, Randy?
524. You know where I find him, Randy?
527. Yes. After the banishment of the Black Mountain Clan, he was so full of shame and sorrow that he left the clan and disappeared into the Dredge...he's never returned.
527. Yes. After the banishment of the Black Mountain Clan, he was so full of shame and sorrow that he left the clan and disappeared into the Dredge...he's never returned.
527. Yes. After the banishment of the Black Mountain Clan, he was so full of shame and sorrow that he left the clan and disappeared into the Dredge...he's never returned.
527. Yes. After the banishment of the Black Mountain Clan, he was so full of shame and sorrow that he left the clan and disappeared into the Dredge...he's never returned.
528. You know where I find him, Randy?
528. You know where I find him, Randy?
529. Dre-e-ed-ge?
529. Dre-e-ed-ge?
531. Uh...I'm sorry, but I've no idea. He tells me...I mean he told me, you know, when he left...that he was never to be disturbed. I'm sorry. If you want to speak with him, you'll have to find him yourself in the Dredge...
531. Uh...I'm sorry, but I've no idea. He tells me...I mean he told me, you know, when he left...that he was never to be disturbed. I'm sorry. If you want to speak with him, you'll have to find him yourself in the Dredge...
531. Uh...I'm sorry, but I've no idea. He tells me...I mean he told me, you know, when he left...that his exile was never to be disturbed. I'm sorry. If you want to speak with him, you'll have to find him yourself in the Dredge...
531. Uh...I'm sorry, but I've no idea. He tells me...I mean he told me, you know, when he left...that his exile was never to be disturbed. I'm sorry. If you want to speak with him, you'll have to find him yourself in the Dredge...
532. Dre-e-ed-ge?
532. Dre-e-ed-ge?
533. What is ex-x-il-l-le?
533. What is ex-x-il-l-le?
534. Me go now.
534. Me go now.
536. The Dredge is a network of old mines and caverns not far from here...where my father exiled himself. The entrance is just beyond the entrance to these chambers and to the southeast.
536. The Dredge is a network of old mines and caverns not far from here...where my father exiled himself. The entrance is just beyond the entrance to these chambers and to the southeast.
536. The Dredge is a network of old mines and caverns not far from here...where my father exiled himself. The entrance is just beyond the entrance to these chambers and to the southeast.
536. The Dredge is a network of old mines and caverns not far from here...where my father exiled himself. The entrance is just beyond the entrance to these chambers and to the southeast.
537. You know where I find him, Randy?
537. You know where I find him, Randy?
538. What is ex-x-il-l-le?
538. What is ex-x-il-l-le?
539. Me go now.
539. Me go now.
541. I'm glad he spoke to you. Good luck on your quest.
541. I'm glad he spoke to you. Good luck on your quest.
541. I'm glad he spoke to you. Good luck on your quest.
541. I'm glad he spoke to you. Good luck on your quest.
544. Arrrggghhh! You! You've killed me! My time was not yet come! I had so much left to do! Ahhh! The pain...it's unbearable...
544. Arrrggghhh! You! You've killed me! My time was not yet come! I had so much left to do! Ahhh! The pain...it's unbearable...
544. Arrrggghhh! You! You've killed me! My time was not yet come! I had so much left to do! Ahhh! The pain...it's unbearable...
544. Arrrggghhh! You! You've killed me! My time was not yet come! I had so much left to do! Ahhh! The pain...it's unbearable...
545. Yes, yes I know. But I've questions and you're going to answer...
545. Yes, yes I know. But I've questions and you're going to answer...
548. I'll answer nothing for you murderer...grrrrrr...ahhhh!!! You h-h-h-hear me? N-Nothing!
548. I'll answer nothing for you murderer...grrrrrr...ahhhh!!! You h-h-h-hear me? N-Nothing!
548. I'll answer nothing for you murderer...grrrrrr...ahhhh!!! You h-h-h-hear me? N-Nothing!
548. I'll answer nothing for you murderer...grrrrrr...ahhhh!!! You h-h-h-hear me? N-Nothing!
549. Fine...I can wait here all day...
549. Fine...I can wait here all day...
552. Ooohhh! I'll fight you through all eternity if I have to...
552. Ooohhh! I'll fight you through all eternity if I have to...
552. Ooohhh! I'll fight you through all eternity if I have to...
552. Ooohhh! I'll fight you through all eternity if I have to...
553. [Whistle.]
553. [Whistle.]
556. Nnnnnggghh! Please! Just leave me in peace! You've taken enough already!!!
556. Nnnnnggghh! Please! Just leave me in peace! You've taken enough already!!!
556. Nnnnnggghh! Please! Just leave me in peace! You've taken enough already!!!
556. Nnnnnggghh! Please! Just leave me in peace! You've taken enough already!!!
557. Answers or no?
557. Answers or no?
560. Alright! Ahhh! What do you want to know?
560. Alright! Ahhh! What do you want to know?
560. Alright! Ahhh! What do you want to know?
560. Alright! Ahhh! What do you want to know?
561. Loghaire Thunder Stone...where is he?
561. Loghaire Thunder Stone...where is he?
564. My father? He is gone! Exiled himself after the banishment of the Black Mountain Clan! Please...oh god...!
564. My father? He is gone! Exiled himself after the banishment of the Black Mountain Clan! Please...oh god...!
564. My father? He is gone! Exiled himself after the banishment of the Black Mountain Clan! Please...oh god...!
564. My father? He is gone! Exiled himself after the banishment of the Black Mountain Clan! Please...oh god...!
565. Where did he go? Quickly now...
565. Where did he go? Quickly now...
568. He walked into the caverns of the Dredge! The entrance is just to the southeast of here...Aaaarrggghhh!!!
568. He walked into the caverns of the Dredge! The entrance is just to the southeast of here...Aaaarrggghhh!!!
568. He walked into the caverns of the Dredge! The entrance is just to the southeast of here...Aaaarrggghhh!!!
568. He walked into the caverns of the Dredge! The entrance is just to the southeast of here...Aaaarrggghhh!!!
569. Rest in peace....
569. Rest in peace....
570. Leave me alone! It hurts so much to come back! I know nothing else! Aaaaarrrggghhh!
570. Leave me alone! It hurts so much to come back! I know nothing else! Aaaaarrrggghhh!
570. Leave me alone! It hurts so much to come back! I know nothing else! Aaaaarrrggghhh!
570. Leave me alone! It hurts so much to come back! I know nothing else! Aaaaarrrggghhh!
571. Yes...you must go your own way on this, stranger. I will tell the guards at the entrance of the Dredge to let you pass. Good day to you...
571. Yes...you must go your own way on this, stranger. I will tell the guards at the entrance of the Dredge to let you pass. Good day to you...
571. Yes...you must go your own way on this, stranger. I will tell the guards at the entrance of the Dredge to let you pass. Good day to you...
571. Yes...you must go your own way on this, stranger. I will tell the guards at the entrance of the Dredge to let you pass. Good day to you...
575. You did? And what did he tell you?
575. You did? And what did he tell you?
575. You did? And what did he tell you?
575. You did? And what did he tell you?
576. Well, let's see...would that be before or after I killed him?
576. Well, let's see...would that be before or after I killed him?
577. Err...not much. I don't think you'll be seeing him again, unfortunately...
577. Err...not much. I don't think you'll be seeing him again, unfortunately...
578. Uh...he have trouble talking after I kill him!
578. Uh...he have trouble talking after I kill him!
579. Umm...err...he say he not gonna come back! Ever!
579. Umm...err...he say he not gonna come back! Ever!
585. I see. [Randver bows his head.] Excuse me. I'd rather be left alone...
585. I see. [Randver bows his head.] Excuse me. I'd rather be left alone...
585. I see. [Randver bows his head.] Excuse me. I'd rather be left alone...
585. I see. [Randver bows his head.] Excuse me. I'd rather be left alone...
590. [Randver is silent, lost in thought.]
590. [Randver is silent, lost in thought.]
590. [Randver is silent, lost in thought.]
590. [Randver is silent, lost in thought.]
595. What?! Betrayer! Guards! My father has been murdered! Kill her immediately!
595. What?! Betrayer! Guards! My father has been murdered! Kill her immediately!
595. What?! Betrayer! Guards! My father has been murdered! Kill him immediately!
595. What?! Betrayer! Guards! My father has been murdered! Kill him immediately!




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