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1 What? Who dares disturb the exile of Thunder Stone?
1 What? Who dares disturb the exile of Thunder Stone?
2 Forgive me, your highness. I had no choice but to...
3 Forgive me, your highness. I had no choice but to...
4 Lo-o-g-g-a-re?
6 WHAT? An elf! Have you any idea...I DREAM EVERY DAY OF THE DEATH I WOULD RAIN DOWN ON YOUR CURSED RACE! AND HERE YOU ARE, VIOLATING MY SOLITUDE! MY SORROW!
6 WHAT? An elf! Have you any idea...I DREAM EVERY DAY OF THE DEATH I WOULD RAIN DOWN ON YOUR CURSED RACE! AND HERE YOU ARE, VIOLATING MY SOLITUDE! MY SORROW!
7 Wait a moment!...I come here with the blessing of your son...
8 Please, Loghaire! You must listen to me!
9 I'd recommend you reign in your anger, Loghaire...
10 Perhaps this is the wrong time...I'll return later...
12 Quiet! This insolence is unforgivable! The violation of my ancient right for solitude in exile is not broken so easily! Your life hangs in the balance stranger! Speak quickly, lest you taste of the fury of Harrow...[He hefts a double-edged axe from his belt.]
12 Quiet! This insolence is unforgivable! The violation of my ancient right for solitude in exile is not broken so easily! Your life hangs in the balance stranger! Speak quickly, lest you taste of the fury of Harrow...[He hefts a double-edged axe from his belt.]
13 Wait a moment!...I come here with the blessing of your son...
14 Please, Loghaire! You must listen to me!
15 I'd recommend you reign in your anger, Loghaire...
16 Perhaps this is the wrong time...I'll return later...
18 My son? Randver? He would dare permit such an affront? I've come here to writhe upon the blade of my sorrow, to live the thousand deaths by the ancient right of Kings. These laws are passed down through the mountain, from the beginning of remembered time. Your life is forfeit to them, as is my own. Do you understand? [He raises the axe in his hand...]
18 My son? Randver? He would dare permit such an affront? I've come here to writhe upon the blade of my sorrow, to live the thousand deaths by the ancient right of Kings. These laws are passed down through the mountain, from the beginning of remembered time. Your life is forfeit to them, as is my own. Do you understand? [He raises the axe in his hand...]
19 Stop! I come with news of the Black Mountain Clan!
20 Stop! I come with news of the Black Mountain Clan!
21 You would raise your axe against another dwarf?
22 Yes, I understand. But it's only YOUR life that will end.
25 Yes, I'm very sure you do! You stole their honor, and then stripped me of mine! I've thought much on your previous threats, elf! Perhaps we should negotiate once again! [He raises the axe above his head.]
25 Yes, I'm very sure you do! You stole their honor, and then stripped me of mine! I've thought much on your previous threats, elf! Perhaps we should negotiate once again! [He raises the axe above his head.]
26 What? I'm trying to FIND the Black Mountain Clan!
27 You're making no sense, but I'll kill you just the same.
30 No! I'm very sorry, but you've made a terrible, terrible mistake. You're going nowhere...I've come here to writhe upon the blade of my sorrow, to live the thousand deaths by the ancient right of Kings. These laws are passed down through the mountain, from the beginning of remembered time. Your life is forfeit to them, as is my own. Do you understand? [He raises the axe in his hand...]
30 No! I'm very sorry, but you've made a terrible, terrible mistake. You're going nowhere...I've come here to writhe upon the blade of my sorrow, to live the thousand deaths by the ancient right of Kings. These laws are passed down through the mountain, from the beginning of remembered time. Your life is forfeit to them, as is my own. Do you understand? [He raises the axe in his hand...]
31 Wait a moment!...I come here with the blessing of your son...
32 Please, Loghaire! You must listen to me!
33 I'd recommend you reign in your anger, Loghaire...
41 My son? Randver? Even he has no right to ignore these laws, nor does his word or permission negate them. Prepare to die, stranger...
41 My son? Randver? Even he has no right to ignore these laws, nor does his word or permission negate them. Prepare to die, stranger...
42 Please, Loghaire! You must listen to me!
43 I'd recommend you reign in your anger, Loghaire...
46 I don't think you understand...I will have my justice. NO ONE has the right to intrude upon my sorrow...you've nothing to offer for your violation, and so your life will be the offering I take...
46 I don't think you understand...I will have my justice. NO ONE has the right to intrude upon my sorrow...you've nothing to offer for your violation, and so your life will be the offering I take...
47 Stop! I come with news of the Black Mountain Clan!
48 You would raise your axe against another dwarf?
49 Foolish, traitor-king! I will avenge the dwarves you betrayed!
51 YOU HAVE THE AUDACITY TO TAKE SUCH A TONE WITH ME? I'VE SPILLED OCEANS OF BLOOD WITH THIS AXE...THE BODIES OF THE FALLEN WOULD MAKE A MOUNTAIN TO HIDE THE SUN! AND YOU DARE...?
51 YOU HAVE THE AUDACITY TO TAKE SUCH A TONE WITH ME? I'VE SPILLED OCEANS OF BLOOD WITH THIS AXE...THE BODIES OF THE FALLEN WOULD MAKE A MOUNTAIN TO HIDE THE SUN! AND YOU DARE...?
52 Please! Forgive me! I bring news of the Black Mountain Clan!
53 Please! Forgive me! I bring news of the Black Mountain Clan!
54 I don't believe I spoke unclearly, dwarf-betrayer.
56 Dwarf-betrayer! You've spoken the wrong words, stranger! And Harrow will be your judge...!
56 Dwarf-betrayer! You've spoken the wrong words, stranger! And Harrow will be your judge...!
58 Those words will be your last, fool. Harrow will now be your judge...
58 Those words will be your last, fool. Harrow will now be your judge...
61 No, stranger! You must listen to ME. [Looming closer.] I've come here to writhe upon the blade of my sorrow, to live the thousand deaths, by the ancient right of Kings. These laws are passed down through the mountain, from the beginning or remembered time. Your life is forfeit to them, as is my own. Do you understand? [He raises the axe in his hand...]
61 No, stranger! You must listen to ME. [Looming closer.] I've come here to writhe upon the blade of my sorrow, to live the thousand deaths, by the ancient right of Kings. These laws are passed down through the mountain, from the beginning or remembered time. Your life is forfeit to them, as is my own. Do you understand? [He raises the axe in his hand...]
62 Stop! I come with news of the Black Mountain Clan!
63 Stop! I come with news of the Black Mountain Clan!
64 You would raise your axe against another dwarf?
65 Yes, I understand. But it's only YOUR life that will end.
66 It seems I've caught you in a foul mood...I'll just take my leave...
68 I care not of your race, dwarf! Do you have any idea the number of dwarves who have fallen under the blade of Harrow? What do I care of another?...
68 I care not of your race, dwarf! Do you have any idea the number of dwarves who have fallen under the blade of Harrow? What do I care of another?...
69 Stop! I come with news of the Black Mountain Clan!
70 A shame. My patience with you has come to an end...
71 I've no desire to be added to that number. If you'll excuse me...
73 What? How do you know...? [The axe lowers slightly.] Speak quickly. Your life still hangs in the balance...
73 What? How do you know...? [The axe lowers slightly.] Speak quickly. Your life still hangs in the balance...
74 Fine. I've a story to tell...[Tell him what you know.]
75 Fine. I've a story to tell...[Tell him what you know.]
76 Fine. I've a story to tell...[Tell him what you know.]
77 I think I've lost the stomach for your threats, coward King...
80 You've tried my patience for the last time, stranger. Do it again, and I'll split you in two...
80 You've tried my patience for the last time, stranger. Do it again, and I'll split you in two...
81 Fine. I've a story to tell...[Tell him what you know.]
82 Fine. I've a story to tell...[Tell him what you know.]
83 Fine. I've a story to tell...[Tell him what you know.]
84 You're words are laughable, even for a rubber-spined King.
86 [Loghaire is silent for a long time.] Forgive my harsh words before, dwarf brother. I mean you no harm. My crimes are heinous enough without adding to them more dwarven blood...
86 [Loghaire is silent for a long time.] Forgive my harsh words before, dwarf brother. I mean you no harm. My crimes are heinous enough without adding to them more dwarven blood...
87 I understand, my King. I need to know exactly what happened.
89 [Loghaire is silent for a long time.] Forgive me, my elven friend. So much has happened to me...I've raged in these caverns for so long...I know you had nothing to do with what has gone before...
89 [Loghaire is silent for a long time.] Forgive me, my elven friend. So much has happened to me...I've raged in these caverns for so long...I know you had nothing to do with what has gone before...
90 I understand, Loghaire. But what did happen, so long ago?
97 [Loghaire is silent for a long time.] I've no words, no words. My crime, it seems, is even more heinous than I thought. I deserve much worse than this mere isolation..
97 [Loghaire is silent for a long time.] I've no words, no words. My crime, it seems, is even more heinous than I thought. I deserve much worse than this mere isolation..
98 Loghaire...I need to know exactly what happened.
100 In all the time since the judgment was passed, I have never spoken of it. My shame has held my tongue. It seems that very shame shall now, finally, bring the betrayal to light...
100 In all the time since the judgment was passed, I have never spoken of it. My shame has held my tongue. It seems that very shame shall now, finally, bring the betrayal to light...
101 Please...these elves who approached you...who were they?
103 [Sigh.] A delegation of elves, sent from the Silver Lady herself. They came not long after Bates had built his first steam engine. Technology, in the hands of the human had spread and advanced at an alarming rate. And the elves were hit first, and hardest...
103 [Sigh.] A delegation of elves, sent from the Silver Lady herself. They came not long after Bates had built his first steam engine. Technology, in the hands of the human had spread and advanced at an alarming rate. And the elves were hit first, and hardest...
104 How? What had the spread of technology done to the elves?
105 Why did technology spread so fast among the humans?
106 Who is the Silver Lady?
108 Their forests...their forests were being cleared with the help of technology--massive steam-powered clear-cutters. The oldest groves, towering and untouched for thousands of years, were being destroyed without prejudice. I saw much of this with my own eyes...the ancient forest of Morbihan is little more than a graveyard now...
108 Their forests...their forests were being cleared with the help of technology--massive steam-powered clear-cutters. The oldest groves, towering and untouched for thousands of years, were being destroyed without prejudice. I saw much of this with my own eyes...the ancient forest of Morbihan is little more than a graveyard now...
109 Why did technology spread so fast among the humans?
110 You mentioned the Silver Lady...who is she?
111 Were there elves living in the forests of Morbihan?
116 There are many reasons. Humans, in comparison with the other races, live such short lives. Because of this, I believe that every human action is motivated through fear...the fear of death. You would think that this was a relative issue...that humans would learn to live with this limitation and accept it. This is not true...
116 There are many reasons. Humans, in comparison with the other races, live such short lives. Because of this, I believe that every human action is motivated through fear...the fear of death. You would think that this was a relative issue...that humans would learn to live with this limitation and accept it. This is not true...
117 And...?
119 And, therefore, humans, when confronted with any situation, see it through the veil of their own mortality. Achieve, advance, perform...humans are constantly driven by the shadow of their own death. This fear, unfortunately, clouds their judgment, deadens their sense of right and wrong. Humans act first, think later, and feel last of all...
119 And, therefore, humans, when confronted with any situation, see it through the veil of their own mortality. Achieve, advance, perform...humans are constantly driven by the shadow of their own death. This fear, unfortunately, clouds their judgment, deadens their sense of right and wrong. Humans act first, think later, and feel last of all...
120 And in terms of technology?
122 When Bates was given a look at our technology, he was overcome. As a human, his first thought was "what can I use this for?", when it should have been "what is the cost of its use?" Technology exploded in their hands because they are NOT burdened with our longevity...humans rarely live long enough to see the consequences of their mistakes.
122 When Bates was given a look at our technology, he was overcome. As a human, his first thought was "what can I use this for?", when it should have been "what is the cost of its use?" Technology exploded in their hands because they are NOT burdened with our longevity...humans rarely live long enough to see the consequences of their mistakes.
123 You mentioned the Silver Lady...who is she?
124 Were there elves living in the forests of Morbihan?
125 Have you ever spoken to the Silver Lady directly?
126 What are the major differences between dwarves and elves?
127 And the Silver Lady was angry about the forests of Morbihan?
128 What had the spread of technology done to the elves?
130 The Silver Lady is mother-Queen to the elves. She is very old...much older than I, and very powerful in the ways of magick.
130 The Silver Lady is mother-Queen to the elves. She is very old...much older than I, and very powerful in the ways of magick.
131 And she was angered by what had happened to the forests...?
132 Have you ever spoken to her directly?
133 Where does she live?
134 Why did technology spread so fast among the humans?
135 What had the spread of technology done to the elves?
137 The delegation told me that she was extremely hurt and angry about the damage that had been done...according to them, because of her age and power, she was hurt the most by the clearing...her connection to the forests was strongest of all...
137 The delegation told me that she was extremely hurt and angry about the damage that had been done...according to them, because of her age and power, she was hurt the most by the clearing...her connection to the forests was strongest of all...
138 Have you ever spoken to her directly?
139 Where does the Silver Lady live?
140 Why did technology spread so fast among the humans?
141 Were there elves living in the forests of Morbihan?
142 What are the major differences between dwarves and elves?
143 What had the spread of technology done to the elves?
145 No...I'm not sure if any but elven eyes have ever been laid upon her. Over the years, we have corresponded through messengers. Elves and dwarves are very different, and we tend to stay away from one another. But our relationship, as culturally strained as it may be, has always been civil. We don't necessarily understand one another, but we've always respected the differences...
145 No...I'm not sure if any but elven eyes have ever been laid upon her. Over the years, we have corresponded through messengers. Elves and dwarves are very different, and we tend to stay away from one another. But our relationship, as culturally strained as it may be, has always been civil. We don't necessarily understand one another, but we've always respected the differences...
146 Where does she live?
147 About technology...why did it spread so fast among the humans?
148 What are the major differences between dwarves and elves?
149 What had the spread of technology done to the elves?
152 In Qintarra...the oldest city of the elves, somewhere within the Glimmering Forest...
152 In Qintarra...the oldest city of the elves, somewhere within the Glimmering Forest...
153 What are the major differences between dwarves and elves?
154 Have you ever spoken to the Silver Lady directly?
155 Why did technology spread so fast among the humans?
156 Were there elves living in the forests of Morbihan?
157 And she was angered by what had happened to the forests...?
158 What had the spread of technology done to the elves?
160 I'm unsure, but I don't believe so...but, the delegation said that the crimes were against ALL elves. You see, elves feel a very strong connection to the world, to nature, and especially to forests. It's said that elven souls reside in the oldest trees...I don't know if this is true, but I do know there to be a strong connection between living things and magick...
160 I'm unsure, but I don't believe so...but, the delegation said that the crimes were against ALL elves. You see, elves feel a very strong connection to the world, to nature, and especially to forests. It's said that elven souls reside in the oldest trees...I don't know if this is true, but I do know there to be a strong connection between living things and magick...
161 Why did technology spread so fast among the humans?
162 You mentioned the Silver Lady...who is she?
163 Have you ever spoken to the Silver Lady directly?
164 What are the major differences between dwarves and elves?
165 Was the Silver Lady angry about the Morbihan Forests?
166 What had the spread of technology done to the elves?
181 I've said before that there is a strong connection between living things and magick, and the magick flows the most strongly in the veins of elves. Dwarves are very different...we feel a strong connection to the earth, but in another way...we love those things which are eternal, unchangeable. Earth, Stone, Metal. In those things are strength, but not life as you know it...
181 I've said before that there is a strong connection between living things and magick, and the magick flows the most strongly in the veins of elves. Dwarves are very different...we feel a strong connection to the earth, but in another way...we love those things which are eternal, unchangeable. Earth, Stone, Metal. In those things are strength, but not life as you know it...
182 And the elven delegation? What did they demand of you?
184 They said that if the Black Mountain clan was not punished, there would be war. War! I told them that a punishment was already being decided upon, and that we, as dwarves, would deal with them. They refused...they claimed rights as the afflicted, and therefore as the judges. They agreed that exile was a suitable punishment...but they wanted to be the vessel of that retribution...
184 They said that if the Black Mountain clan was not punished, there would be war. War! I told them that a punishment was already being decided upon, and that we, as dwarves, would deal with them. They refused...they claimed rights as the afflicted, and therefore as the judges. They agreed that exile was a suitable punishment...but they wanted to be the vessel of that retribution...
185 Are the elves a warlike people? Is it in their nature?
186 We elves are not a warlike people...it is not in our nature...
189 No...I know that there was a time of violence, many years ago, among the elves...but from what I know of them, they are a very rational, peace-loving people. They know that, ultimately, war benefits no one. I was very surprised when they came and threatened it...
189 No...I know that there was a time of violence, many years ago, among the elves...but from what I know of them, they are a very rational, peace-loving people. They know that, ultimately, war benefits no one. I was very surprised when they came and threatened it...
190 I see. There seem to be some inconsistencies here...
192 Yes...the more we talk about it, I begin to get the same feeling. Yes, the elves would have been angry, but would they really have threatened war? Morbihan was a tragedy, but directly affected none of the elven communities. Perhaps my fear blinded me to such things before. And now this mystery!...where are the dwarves of the Black Mountain Clan?
192 Yes...the more we talk about it, I begin to get the same feeling. Yes, the elves would have been angry, but would they really have threatened war? Morbihan was a tragedy, but directly affected none of the elven communities. Perhaps my fear blinded me to such things before. And now this mystery!...where are the dwarves of the Black Mountain Clan?
193 What was it you feared, Loghaire? Why agree to the terms?
208 I am very old, stranger. You may know nothing of me, but believe me when I tell you that I've seen enough dwarven spilled to fill a thousand lifetimes. Have you any idea what it would mean for there to be a war between the elves and the dwarves? Arcanum it itself would not survive the conflict. And I was so very tired of filling tombs with the bodies of my people...
208 I am very old, stranger. You may know nothing of me, but believe me when I tell you that I've seen enough dwarven spilled to fill a thousand lifetimes. Have you any idea what it would mean for there to be a war between the elves and the dwarves? Arcanum it itself would not survive the conflict. And I was so very tired of filling tombs with the bodies of my people...
209 But...
211 But nothing! I chose to spare the dwarves...the world!...the price of such a war. What was one clan's honor in comparison with the sheer cataclysm that would result otherwise? You ask what right they had? None. They merely forced a choice...and I chose the path of least resistance, the least pain. That was my betrayal, stranger.
211 But nothing! I chose to spare the dwarves...the world!...the price of such a war. What was one clan's honor in comparison with the sheer cataclysm that would result otherwise? You ask what right they had? None. They merely forced a choice...and I chose the path of least resistance, the least pain. That was my betrayal, stranger.
212 What do you mean? You were merely acting out of concern...
214 But that is the point! I am King of the Dwarves! It is my responsibility to lead them, to protect them...but, most importantly, it's my responsibility to defend their honor, their dwarven honor. By allowing my own fear or concern, regardless of how justified that fear might be, to overshadow their honor was an unforgivable transgression...
214 But that is the point! I am King of the Dwarves! It is my responsibility to lead them, to protect them...but, most importantly, it's my responsibility to defend their honor, their dwarven honor. By allowing my own fear or concern, regardless of how justified that fear might be, to overshadow their honor was an unforgivable transgression...
215 Being a King isn't always easy...
216 You're right...you acted both rashly and irresponsibly...
218 Even as King, the choice is NEVER mine as to whether even ONE dwarf is stripped of his honor. I should have brought this to the people, or just flatly refused from the beginning...I was a coward, a failure...and this exile is my punishment. Given the choice now, I would have waged war against ALL of Arcanum to uphold the honor of that foolish little clan...
218 Even as King, the choice is NEVER mine as to whether even ONE dwarf is stripped of his honor. I should have brought this to the people, or just flatly refused from the beginning...I was a coward, a failure...and this exile is my punishment. Given the choice now, I would have waged war against ALL of Arcanum to uphold the honor of that foolish little clan...
219 Yes, Loghaire. But we can still make this right...find the truth...
220 I know, I know. That's because your Stone is still true...
221 It's too late for that. I just need to know who those elves were...
223 I don't know, stranger. I think that it is too late for me.
223 I don't know, stranger. I think that it is too late for me.
224 No, Loghaire. You still have a chance to right this wrong...
225 No...your Stone tells you differently...listen to it...
226 Fine. Your crime is unforgivable. But at least help ME...
228 No, my friend. It is no longer my burden. I've taken up another. I've failed the dwarves once...I shall never do so again. Leave me here...tell Randver he won't be seeing me anymore. I see now that the price for my cowardice is even more costly than I'd imagined...my poor dwarven brothers...I'm so very, very sorry...
228 No, my friend. It is no longer my burden. I've taken up another. I've failed the dwarves once...I shall never do so again. Leave me here...tell Randver he won't be seeing me anymore. I see now that the price for my cowardice is even more costly than I'd imagined...my poor dwarven brothers...I'm so very, very sorry...
229 Please...
233 What? What do you know of the nature of dwarven Stone? You, an outsider? How could you possibly know of such things?
233 What? What do you know of the nature of dwarven Stone? You, an outsider? How could you possibly know of such things?
234 Randver put his faith in me...perhaps you could as well...
235 Randver put his faith in me...perhaps you could as well...
237 Perhaps...you are a dwarf. Nonetheless, these are beliefs and concepts it takes a lifetime to reconcile. How could you possibly begin to understand how I feel?
237 Perhaps...you are a dwarf. Nonetheless, these are beliefs and concepts it takes a lifetime to reconcile. How could you possibly begin to understand how I feel?
238 I know that it is difficult to live true to both Stone and Shape...
240 Perhaps...but you are not even a dwarf! These are beliefs and concepts it takes a lifetime to reconcile. How could you possibly begin to understand how I feel?
240 Perhaps...but you are not even a dwarf! These are beliefs and concepts it takes a lifetime to reconcile. How could you possibly begin to understand how I feel?
241 I know that it is difficult to live by both Stone and Shape...
243 Yes...I know...I've thought long and hard about this. Dwarven Stone tells me that ANY transgression against our honor is unthinkable. But my Shape...as King, as their father...told me to protect them. I'd shouldered so much of their pain. I could do it no longer...
243 Yes...I know...I've thought long and hard about this. Dwarven Stone tells me that ANY transgression against our honor is unthinkable. But my Shape...as King, as their father...told me to protect them. I'd shouldered so much of their pain. I could do it no longer...
244 But, isn't part of life defining that Shape? Learning from mistakes?
245 You HAVE betrayed your people. But you can at least help me...
246 What do you see as the nature of that betrayal?
248 Yes. Your words sound true, stranger. I know that no man is flawless. BUT, I also know that each man's load to bear is different. A larger load carries more responsibility. Mine is heaviest of all...therefore the price for my betrayal must be the most costly...
248 Yes. Your words sound true, stranger. I know that no man is flawless. BUT, I also know that each man's load to bear is different. A larger load carries more responsibility. Mine is heaviest of all...therefore the price for my betrayal must be the most costly...
249 You'll continue to pay it...at least tell me what I need to know...
250 What is the nature of that betrayal?
251 This isolation is nothing...you've yet to pay the worst of it...
253 What? What do you mean?
253 What? What do you mean?
254 You've been a coward before...you're acting no different now.
255 It is much more costly to FACE your mistakes, and right them.
258 The nature of the betrayal? I've failed my people...isn't that what is most important here? The betrayal was against their Stone...it seems, sadly, that my own Stone is flawed...
258 The nature of the betrayal? I've failed my people...isn't that what is most important here? The betrayal was against their Stone...it seems, sadly, that my own Stone is flawed...
259 No...that was Lorek's flaw. Yours is a conflict of Shape...
260 The failure is not one of Stone, but of Shape...don't you see?
261 Your failure is not in question. What are you going to do about it?
263 You shame me, stranger. Your words are harsh...but undeniably true. Perhaps you are correct...but it doesn't change what I've done, nor the price I need to pay. It is best if you just leave an old dwarf here to rot...it is your place to right this wrong...
263 You shame me, stranger. Your words are harsh...but undeniably true. Perhaps you are correct...but it doesn't change what I've done, nor the price I need to pay. It is best if you just leave an old dwarf here to rot...it is your place to right this wrong...
264 No. YOU must pay the price. I cannot do this for you.
265 I'll have no trouble doing that. But I need your help, first...
267 How, then? How can I do so?
267 How, then? How can I do so?
268 You must return to your people. Be true to Stone AND Shape...
270 By Alberich! You are right! I've been blinded by my own shame...and not seen the true betrayal. I've betrayed myself, and my people along with me. I shall return, stranger! I shall be King! By the name of Thunder Stone, I swear it!
270 By Alberich! You are right! I've been blinded by my own shame...and not seen the true betrayal. I've betrayed myself, and my people along with me. I shall return, stranger! I shall be King! By the name of Thunder Stone, I swear it!
271 I'm so very glad. But I still need some information...
273 Of course...I'll do anything within my power to help you...
273 Of course...I'll do anything within my power to help you...
274 These elves who came to you...how can I find them?
276 As I said, they were supposedly sent from the Silver Lady. I know very little of them. But I do have a name...perhaps that will be enough for you to uncover this mystery...
276 As I said, they were supposedly sent from the Silver Lady. I know very little of them. But I do have a name...perhaps that will be enough for you to uncover this mystery...
277 What is that name?
279 The delegation was sent by someone named M'in Gorad, and I had many correspondences with this elf. Here is a letter that was sent to me by him...[He hands you a letter.]
279 The delegation was sent by someone named M'in Gorad, and I had many correspondences with this elf. Here is a letter that was sent to me by him...[He hands you a letter.]
280 Where can I find this M'in Gorad?
282 I'm unsure. The entire situation reeks of deception. I would tell you to seek him in Qintarra, but I don't even know if the delegation was sent from there or not. Regardless, you may want to begin your search there...the Silver Lady might know of this M'in Gorad.
282 I'm unsure. The entire situation reeks of deception. I would tell you to seek him in Qintarra, but I don't even know if the delegation was sent from there or not. Regardless, you may want to begin your search there...the Silver Lady might know of this M'in Gorad.
283 And where is Qintarra?
285 I don't know, unfortunately. The location of Qintarra is a well-guarded secret. But I do know it lies within the Glimmering forests. The small town of Stillwater lies near the edge of that forest. Perhaps there you might find someone who knows where it is...here, I'll mark your map with Stillwater's location...
285 I don't know, unfortunately. The location of Qintarra is a well-guarded secret. But I do know it lies within the Glimmering forests. The small town of Stillwater lies near the edge of that forest. Perhaps there you might find someone who knows where it is...here, I'll mark your map with Stillwater's location...
286 Thank you, Loghaire. I will do my best to find out the truth...
288 Wait! I'm much to blame for this situation...my fear and cowardice have helped in bringing about this tragedy. I feel I must do something to help you. Please, take Harrow, the first-axe of my family. Its blade strikes true and deep in the hands of the righteous, especially if those hands are dwarven. Within it is the strength of the Thunder Stones...I give it to you...
288 Wait! I'm much to blame for this situation...my fear and cowardice have helped in bringing about this tragedy. I feel I must do something to help you. Please, take Harrow, the first-axe of my family. Its blade strikes true and deep in the hands of the righteous, especially if those hands are dwarven. Within it is the strength of the Thunder Stones...I give it to you...
289 I will put it to good use...
290 I will put it to good use...
292 I'm sure you will. Godspeed on your quest, my friend. And...if you do find out what happened to the Black Mountain Clan, return to me. I would be VERY interested in finding out what really happened to them. VERY interested...
292 I'm sure you will. Godspeed on your quest, my friend. And...if you do find out what happened to the Black Mountain Clan, return to me. I would be VERY interested in finding out what really happened to them. VERY interested...
293 I just might do that. Good bye, Loghaire.
295 I'm sure you will. Godspeed on your quest, my friend. There is an easier way to return to the surface...there is a secret passage just behind me that Randver uses when he comes to speak with me. Within it you will encounter no trouble. Good luck.
295 I'm sure you will. Godspeed on your quest, my friend. There is an easier way to return to the surface...there is a secret passage just behind me that Randver uses when he comes to speak with me. Within it you will encounter no trouble. Good luck.
296 Thank you, and good bye...
298 Your words bite deep, stranger. Your story has done little to ease my shame...if anything, it serves as a reminder of my failure. I will speak no further of this, ever. I can give you no help but this...[he hands you a folded scrap of paper.]
298 Your words bite deep, stranger. Your story has done little to ease my shame...if anything, it serves as a reminder of my failure. I will speak no further of this, ever. I can give you no help but this...[he hands you a folded scrap of paper.]
299 What? What do you mean?




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