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2 I was told to speak to Ogdin.
3 I was wondering if you could help me?
4 Do you know where I could find the Black Mountain Clan?
5 I have brought you the book you wished to read.
6 I found this book on the boat, would you care to read it?
7 Hi. I look for little beard men.
8 Hi, Og.
9 I was victorious in the pit. May I enter now?
10 I was victorious in the pit. May I enter now?
11 Hello Ogdin, may I ask you some questions?
12 May I ask you some questions?
13 It is you, is it? I suppose you feel you've made me look the fool with your stealthy antics, eh?
13 It is you, is it? I suppose you feel you've made me look the fool with your stealthy antics, eh?
14 I had no choice. It was imperative that I speak with Thorvald.
15 You had best step lightly in my presence, miscreant.
15 You had best step lightly in my presence, miscreant.
16 I'll step lightly on your face with my boot, fool!
18 Your skills are most impressive. No one has ever beaten Borag.
18 Your skills are most impressive. No one has ever beaten Borag.
19 Thank you. May I see Thorvald now?
20 Sure, what can I do for you?
20 Sure, what can I do for you?
21 Do you know where I could find the Black Mountain Clan?
22 I'm looking for some dwarves, can you help me?
23 I am Ogdin. What is it you wish to speak to me about?
23 I am Ogdin. What is it you wish to speak to me about?
24 It's imperative that I find the dwarf Thorvald, to speak with him.
25 Do you know where I could find the Black Mountain Clan?
26 That is a Dwarven Clan, is it not?
26 That is a Dwarven Clan, is it not?
27 Yes.
28 You will not find them here, good sir. Your time would be better spent searching the mountains of the mainland.
28 You will not find them here, madam. Your time would be better spent searching the mountains of the mainland.
29 You haven't seen any Dwarves?
30 They are not there. I was told I could find them here.
31 I have no knowledge of any dwarves on this island other than Thorvald.
31 I have no knowledge of any dwarves on this island other than Thorvald.
32 What can you tell me of Thorvald?
33 There is only one Dwarf who resides here in this dreadful place. Thorvald. Some would say he is the leader of the poor souls of this island.
33 There is only one Dwarf who resides here in this dreadful place. Thorvald. Some would say he is the leader of the poor souls of this island.
34 Tell me more about this fellow.
35 Thorvald? He has been here for a very long time, longer than any of us. He may be able to supply you with the answers you seek.
35 Thorvald? He has been here for a very long time, longer than any of us. He may be able to supply you with the answers you seek.
36 Where can I find him?
37 What do you mean "some" consider him a leader?
38 We have no real form of government, nor do we have titles. Thorvald is just someone that many of the people here look to for guidance. Then again, some do not.
38 We have no real form of government, nor do we have titles. Thorvald is just someone that many of the people here look to for guidance. Then again, some do not.
39 Where can I find him?
40 Thorvald resides behind these doors. Only a select few are allowed an audience. It is my charge to filter out those undeserving of the honor.
40 Thorvald resides behind these doors. Only a select few are allowed an audience. It is my charge to filter out those undeserving of the honor.
41 He may be able to help me. I must speak with him.
42 No offense, but you seem very articulate for an ogre.
43 No offense perceived, sir. In actuality, I am but a half-ogre. Never having had contact with either of my parents, I do not have any information as to the specific nature of my lineage.
43 No offense perceived. In actuality, I am but a half-ogre. Never having had contact with either of my parents, I do not have any information as to the specific nature of my lineage.
44 You never knew your parents?
45 No. I have a vague recollection of the orphanage though, but something about the memory seems a bit peculiar.
45 No. I have a vague recollection of the orphanage though, but something about the memory seems a bit peculiar.
46 What seems peculiar about it?
47 It is a most strange thing. As I remember it, all the other children were half-ogres like myself.
47 It is a most strange thing. As I remember it, all the other children were half-ogres like myself.
48 What's wrong with that?
49 It is very rare that a human and an ogre would mate, and most of the time these couplings are the result of force. If there were significant numbers of rapes being committed by ogres, I believe the newspapers would have been overflowing with calls to eradicate ogres.
49 It is very rare that a human and an ogre would mate, and most of the time these couplings are the result of force. If there were significant numbers of rapes being committed by ogres, I believe the newspapers would have been overflowing with calls to eradicate ogres.
50 Were you ever placed in a home?
51 I have noticed that many city gnomes use half-ogre servants.
52 Now that you mention it, it does seem a bit strange. Even I spent some time myself as a servant to a gnome of rather high standing.
52 Yes, that is very strange. I even worked for a gnome for a number of years.
53 Did you work for gnomes your whole life, before coming here?
54 No. From a very early age I remember working in a printers shop, from the early morning hours to well into the evening. I would then retire to the storage room where I was allowed to rest for a few hours. The next day I would be up before day break to start again.
54 No. From a very early age I remember working in a printers shop, from the early morning hours to well into the evening. I would then retire to the storage room where I was allowed to rest for a few hours. The next day I would be up before day break to start again.
55 That sounds truly distressing. How long did you work there for?
56 I've no way to gauge how long I spent in that miserable shop. Eventually I was "rescued" by a well to do gnome who made a big show about paying the print master a sum of money for the "inconvenience". I now recognize this as the accepted way to buy and sell individuals. I worked for Mr. Chaplaine until I was sent here.
56 I've no way to gauge how long I spent in that miserable shop. Eventually I was "rescued" by a well to do gnome who made a big show about paying the print master a sum of money for the "inconvenience". I now recognize this as the accepted way to buy and sell individuals. I worked for Mr. Chaplaine until I was sent here.
57 Why were you sent here?
58 Mr. Chaplaine did not wish to have a "savage" serving his guests, so he hired a tutor for me. Miriam was her name. I never knew that humans could be kind, or even what kindness was until I met her. She taught me for three years, until I began to ask too many questions.
58 Mr. Chaplaine did not wish to have a "savage" serving his guests, so he hired a tutor for me. Miriam was her name. I never knew that humans could be kind, or even what kindness was until I met her. She taught me for three years, until I began to ask too many questions.
59 What happened then?
60 The more I questioned the more agitated Mr. Chaplaine became. Early one morning the constable came to the house and escorted me away. I didn't even see Mr. Chaplaine. My fate did not become evident until I was on the ship coming here.
60 The more I questioned the more agitated Mr. Chaplaine became. Early one morning the constable came to the house and escorted me away. I didn't even see Mr. Chaplaine. My fate did not become evident until I was on the ship coming here.
61 Why did they send you here?
62 People don't like their property to ask too many difficult questions. Being an influential gnome, it was a simple matter for him to have me shipped here. I believe I was perceived as a potential "agitator of the workers".
62 People don't like their property to ask too many difficult questions. Being an influential gnome, it was a simple matter for him to have me shipped here. I believe I was perceived as a potential "agitator of the workers".
63 I am sorry for you. Could you allow me to see Thorvald?
64 So the Pit it is the only way to gain audience with Thorvald?
65 May I ask you another question?
66 I have a very specific rule I am pledged to follow. No one enters without first proving themselves on the field of battle, so to speak.
66 I have a very specific rule I am pledged to follow. No one enters without first proving themselves on the field of battle, so to speak.
67 The "field of battle"?
68 The field of battle in this instance would be "The Pit". Barbaric, but effective in detouring the undesirable element.
68 The field of battle in this instance would be "The Pit". Barbaric, but effective in detouring the undesirable element.
69 The Pit?
70 The island is sorely lacking in any kind of entertainment, so the men invented their own barbaric form, pit fighting.
70 The island is sorely lacking in any kind of entertainment, so the men invented their own barbaric form, pit fighting.
71 I must prove my self in the Pit? Win a fight?
72 It sounds as if you don't necessarily approve of the Pit fights.
73 I don't mind them, they make my job easier. They're just not my particular brand of entertainment. I would rather pass the time with a good book.
73 I don't mind them, they make my job easier. They're just not my particular brand of entertainment. I would rather pass the time with a good book.
74 Who do I see about a fight?
75 No offense, but you seem very articulate for an ogre.
76 You appreciate a good book, do you?
77 Sadly, yes.
77 Sadly, yes.
78 Why sadly?
79 There are not many books on the island. What good is a love of books when there is none to be had?
79 There are not many books on the island. What good is a love of books when there is none to be had?
80 I recently saw a book, by . Would it interest you?
81 I found this book, "The Hand" would you like it?
82 That's too bad. Is fighting in the pit the only way to see Thorvald?
83 Why yes! That would most splendid. I would be most pleased if could retrieve it for me.
83 Why yes! That would most splendid. I would be most pleased if could retrieve it for me.
84 It would be my pleasure.
85 I don't have the time. I must speak with Thorvald.
86 Go speak with Gorrin, the pit master. He will arrange a fight if you wish.
86 Go speak with Gorrin, the pit master. He will arrange a fight if you wish.
87 I will. Good day.
88 Can I ask you another question?
89 Yes. If you are interested go speak with Gorrin, the pit master. He will arrange a fight if you wish.
89 Yes. If you are interested go speak with Gorrin, the pit master. He will arrange a fight if you wish.
90 Winning in the Pit is the only way to get in to see Thorvald?
91 I will find another way. Good day.
92 I am afraid so.
92 I am afraid so.
93 You're an educated individual, you must see I'm not a commoner.
94 Who do I see about a fight?
95 Can I ask you another question?
97 Yes, it has been very pleasant speaking to you. It is a nice change.
97 Yes, it has been very pleasant speaking to you. It is a nice change.
98 Must I bother with that barbaric pit fight? It's pointless violence.
99 Very well, I'll fight. Who must I see?
100 You seem like a decent chap, and I don't detect any subterfuge on your part. Thorvald will be cross with me, but go on in. [He hands you a key.]
100 You seem like a decent lady, and I don't detect any subterfuge on your part. Thorvald will be cross with me, but go on in. [He hands you a key.]
102 It has been my pleasure.
102 My pleasure, fair lady.
103 Can I ask you another question?
105 Of course. What is it you wish to know?
105 Of course. What is it you wish to know?
106 It's imperative that I find the dwarf Thorvald, to speak with him.
107 No offense, but you seem very articulate for an ogre.
108 Have you seen any dwarves other that Thorvald here?
109 Who do I see to arrange a pit fight for me?
111 No I have not.
111 No I have not.
112 Can I ask you another question?
113 Thank you very much.
113 Thank you very much.
114 Could you do me a favor in return?
115 You're welcome. May I ask you some questions?
116 Name it and it shall be yours.
116 Name it and it will be yours.
117 Could you let me in to speak with Thorvald?
118 Could you let me in to speak with Thorvald?
119 Anything but that, I should say.
119 Anything but that, I should say.
121 Thanks for nothing. Good day.
122 What? What are you talkin' about?
122 What? What are you talkin' about?
123 Little digging men.
124 Ah. You seek dwarves?
124 Ah. You seek dwarves?
125 Yes! Yes!
126 The only dwarf I know of is Thorvald my boss.
126 The only dwarf I know of is Thorvald, my boss.
128 I want to see Thorvaldmyboss.
129 Not just any one can see the boss, first you must pass a test.
129 Not just any one can see the boss, first you must pass a test.
130 No good tests.
131 This one just might be up your alley.
131 This one just might be up your ally.
132 Hurgh?
133 Go see Gorrin at the pit, He will set you up with a fight, if you win you can see Thorvald.
133 Go see Gorrin at the pit, He will set you up with a fight, if you win you can see Thorvald.
134 Okay.
135 Thorvald NOW!!!
136 Shouting will not get you anywhere. Now move along.
136 Shouting will not get you anywhere. Now move along.
137 Okay.
138 NO!!! NO!!! THORVALD NOW!!!
139 Hello my simple friend.
139 Hello my simple friend.
140 Can I go see Thor now?
141 Can I go see Thor now?
142 Can I go see Thor now?
143 Can I go see Thor now?
144 Hi�.uh, no wait, I means bye.
145 Go on in. [He hands you a key.]
145 Go on in. [He hands you a key.]
146 Okay.
147 You must first win a fight in the pit.
147 You must first win a fight in the pit.
148 Okay.




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