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1 G:1 20, 2 20, 3 20, 4 fl 30, 5 20, 6 20, 7 31, 8 31
1 G:1 20, 2 20, 3 20, 4 fl 30, 5 20, 6 20, 7 31, 8 31
3 May I ask you some questions?
4 I beg your pardon, sir, may I ask you some questions?
6 I ask questions?
20 Please take your blatant sorcery elsewhere. My exhibits do not need competition within my own hall.
20 Please take your blatant sorcery elsewhere. My exhibits do not need competition within my own hall.
22 May I ask you some questions?
23 I beg your pardon, sir, may I ask you some questions?
25 I ask questions?
30 Who let this damned sheep in here?
30 Who let this damned sheep in here?
31 Your lack of appropriate dress, while entertaining, tends to detract from my exhibits. Could you please wear an appropriate form of clothing in the future?
31 Your lack of appropriate dress, while entertaining, tends to detract from my exhibits. Could you please wear an appropriate form of clothing in the future?
33 May I ask you some questions?
34 I beg your pardon, sir, may I ask you some questions?
36 I ask questions?
40 [This strange looking fellow puffs out his chest and stretches out his arms as if he is addressing a large crowd.] I am H.T. Parnell, world famous showman and collector of all that is strange and fabulous!
40 [This strange looking fellow puffs out his chest and stretches out his arms as if he is addressing a large crowd.] I am H.T. Parnell, world famous showman and collector of all that is strange and fabulous!
41 What is this place?
43 What dis place?
50 This is my Emporium of Wonders, home to several of the world's most intriguing exhibits!
50 This is my Emporium of Wonders, home to several of the world's most intriguing exhibits!
60 Of course.
60 Of course.
61 I'd like to ask about your creatures.
62 I'd like to ask about your objects.
63 Perhaps I'd best look around so I know what to ask, eh?
64 I look around first.
66 I would like to purchase the pelt of the Stillwater Giant.
67 Would you be interested in the real pelt of the Stillwater Giant?
69 I'd like to negotiate the purchase of Gar, the so called Orc.
70 I've returned to conclude our business transaction.
71 I'd like to speak with you about Gar, the HUMAN.
72 I'd like to speak with you about Gar, the HUMAN.
73 Ask bout creatures?
74 You got neat objects.
75 I buy Giant.
76 I got real giant pelt.
80 And that would be?
80 And that would be?
81 I have decided to buy the pelt for 2000 coins.
82 I've returned to purchase Gar for 3000 coins.
83 I've returned to purchase Gar for 2750 coins.
84 I've returned to purchase Gar for 2500 coins.
85 I've returned to purchase Gar for 2250 coins.
90 I have decided to buy the pelt for 1750 coins.
91 I have decided to buy the pelt for 1500 coins.
92 I have decided to buy the pelt for 1250 coins.
93 I've decided to accept your offer for the Stillwater Giant pelt.
94 I sell giant pelt to you.
99 That is one of my most famous exhibits. It creates a sense of awe just to behold a ferocious creature of that magnitude, a holdout from Arcanum's distant past! What must it have been like to see herds of those creatures hunting their prey?
99 That is one of my most famous exhibits. It creates a sense of awe just to behold a ferocious creature of that magnitude, a holdout from Arcanum's distant past! What must it have been like to see herds of those creatures hunting their prey?
100 It looks fake to me.
101 It looks fake to me.
102 It must have looked like herds of blue rabbits. Terrifying, eh?
103 It must have looked like herds of blue rabbits. Terrifying, eh?
104 How did you come to acquire the pelt?
105 May I ask you about some of your other exhibits?
106 oooh. I axe bout zibits?
109 Certainly, as I am here only to serve the needs of my patrons. Which of my astounding exhibits would you like to inquire about?
109 Certainly, as I am here only to serve the needs of my patrons. Which of my astounding exhibits would you like to inquire about?
110 I'd like to ask about your creatures.
111 I'd like to ask about your objects.
112 I need know bout creatures.
113 Whut about your object stuff?
135 [He laughs uproariously, and slaps you on the back.] Oh, that is rich! It is so rare to meet an individual of true wit. A bit of hyperbole never hurts when selling your wares to the local rubes, eh?
135 [He laughs uproariously, and slaps you on the back.] Oh, that is rich! It is so rare to meet an individual of true wit. A bit of hyperbole never hurts when selling your wares to the local rubes, eh?
136 Indeed. May I ask about some of your other exhibits?
137 I would like to purchase the pelt from you. What's your price?
138 It is a bit less than I expected. It seems lacking, somehow.
140 Sadly, it has been absconded by some foul interloper! It was one of my most famous exhibits. You should have seen it, it was a wonder to behold!
140 Sadly, it has been absconded by some foul interloper! It was one of my most famous exhibits. You should have seen it, it was a wonder to behold!
141 Absconded? You mean to say it was stolen?
142 Ab fonded? Whut?
143 May I ask you about some of your other exhibits?
145 That is a terrible tragedy. I must be off, good sir.
146 Of course. [He eyes you as if you are an idiot.] That's what I just said, isn't it?
146 Of course. [He eyes you as if you are an idiot.] That's what I just said, isn't it?
147 May I ask you about some of your other exhibits?
148 You would do well to watch your tone with me, fat man.
149 Udder pretty eggs zibits?
150 Me not stupid. You stupid fat head man!
153 What are you insinuating, madam?
153 What are you insinuating, sir?
154 Uhm ... nothing. Can I ask about another of your exhibits?
155 I'm not insinuating anything. I SAID it looked fake. Are you dim?
158 Ah, you possess a discerning eye, good sir! I assure you that it is real. It has been mended several times over the years, as well as being damaged in the epic struggle that resulted in its death.
158 Ah, you possess a discerning eye, my good woman! I assure you that it is real. It has been mended several times over the years, as well as being damaged in the epic struggle that resulted in its death.
159 Epic struggle?
160 Fascinating. May I ask you about some of your other exhibits?
162 Franklin Payne, world renowned adventurer (under contract to me, of course) had tracked the elusive creature to its lair, only to have the shifting winds betray his presence! Before he could even raise his weapon, the awful beast attacked!
162 Franklin Payne, world renowned adventurer (under contract to me, of course) had tracked the elusive creature to its lair, only to have the shifting winds betray his presence! Before he could even raise his weapon, the awful beast attacked!
163 And then what happened?
164 Fascinating. May I ask you about some of your other exhibits?
165 The excitement of your tale has exhausted me. Good day, sir.
167 Armed only with a small dagger, Payne leapt upon the creature! Much blood was shed by man and beast, but Payne emerged victorious after impaling the creature on one of its own claws!
167 Armed only with a small dagger, Payne leapt upon the creature! Much blood was shed by man and beast, but Payne emerged victorious after impaling the creature on one of its own claws!
168 Fascinating. May I ask you about some of your other exhibits?
169 One of its own claws? That seems a bit farfetched.
170 Are you sure Payne didn't rip its heart out with his bare hands?
171 The excitement of your tale has exhausted me. Good day, sir.
172 What are you insinuating, madam?
172 What are you insinuating, sir?
173 Uhm ... nothing. Can I ask about your other exhibits??
174 That you are a pompous, lying windbag.
177 Ah, yes, Gar the Orc! I rescued him from some orc slavers on one of my many expeditions searching for oddities in exotic lands. They had recently captured him and were about to execute him when I intervened! They mistook his intelligence for supernatural possession, you see.
177 Ah, yes, Gar the Orc! I rescued him from some orc slavers on one of my many expeditions searching for oddities in exotic lands. They had recently captured him and were about to execute him when I intervened! They mistook his intelligence for supernatural possession, you see.
178 I would like to purchase Gar from you. What's your price?
179 So Black Root's an exotic land, rife with superstitious Orc slavers?
180 So Black Root's an exotic land, rife with superstitious Orc slavers?
181 What can you tell me of your other exhibits?
182 ooh. Ask more eggzbets?
185 [His jaw drops, and works furiously for a minute or two before he begins to speak.] What ... what are you saying, madam?
185 [His jaw drops, and works furiously for a minute or two before he begins to speak.] What ... what are you saying, sir?
186 I am saying that Tarantian law takes a dim view of human slavery.
187 I'm just informing you that it's easy to get the true story from Gar.
188 Give me 1000 coins and I will never mention this again.
189 Nothing, I was simply ribbing you. Good day.
190 Gar may be human, but he is not a slave! I have a legally binding contract! I have treated him well in all the years he has been in my employ!
190 Gar may be human, but he is not a slave! I have a legally binding contract! I have treated him well in all the years he has been in my employ!
191 He says you've beaten him mercilessly.
193 The truth has never gotten in the way of a good newspaper story.
194 I misinterpreted the situation, please forgive my error.
195 Pardon my offense, sir. Good day.
196 [He is sweating profusely and spit is flying from his mouth.] You wouldn't dare!
196 [He is sweating profusely and spit is flying from his mouth.] You wouldn't dare!
197 You must see how easily someone could ruin your reputation.
198 Of course, you are correct sir. You've seen through my ruse.
201 Thank you for informing me of Gar's indiscretion. I must have myself a word with that boy.
201 Thank you for informing me of Gar's indiscretion. I must have myself a word with that boy.
203 Can I ask you about some of your other exhibits?
206 Oh, you really had me there for a moment. Only an utter imbecile would actually try to extort money from H.T. Parnell! I would hate to think of the consequences to your health should you have been serious.
206 Oh, you really had me there for a moment. Only an utter imbecile would actually try to extort money from H.T. Parnell! I would hate to think of the consequences to your health should you have been serious.
207 Oh, I was serious, fat man. Give up the coin or perish violently.
208 It was humorous, wasn't it? May I ask about your other exhibits?
210 I am sure the newspapers would have an interest in this story.
212 You are obviously lying. Gar would never say such a thing about me. He is scrupulously honest.
212 You are obviously lying. Gar would never say such a thing about me. He is scrupulously honest.
213 Well, sir, I congratulate you on seeing through my ruse.
214 Who will people believe? Me or a lying orc, beaten by his owner?
215 You are right, forget I ever mentioned it. Good day.
219 Uh ... yes, I knew you were simply having a bit of fun at old H.T.'s expense. [He wipes his brow.] I just, uh, found it amusing to let you carry on so.
219 Uh ... yes, I knew you were simply having a bit of fun at old H.T.'s expense. [He wipes his brow.] I just, uh, found it amusing to let you carry on so.
221 May I ask about some of your other exhibits?
225 So you're not blackmailing me? But ... what can be done to protect myself from this type of slanderous attack? Could you take him with you? He's too much of a liability for me.
225 So you're not blackmailing me? But ... what can be done to protect myself from this type of slanderous attack? Could you take him with you? He's too much of a liability for me.
226 I would be glad to help you out.
230 Many thanks, good sir.
230 Many thanks, madam.
232 I have some questions about some of the other exhibits.
235 Now, hold on a minute there, my good man. The Stillwater Giant is the first big exhibit I ever displayed. It is still one of my most cherished possessions. I couldn't part with it for less than 2000 coins.
235 Now, hold on a minute there, my good woman. The Stillwater Giant is the first big exhibit I ever displayed. It is still one of my most cherished possessions. I couldn't part with it for less than 2000 coins.
237 I accept your terms.
238 2000 coins! That is a ridiculously high amount, sir.
239 okay.
240 2000 too much!
241 I'll pay 1750 for it.
242 I'll pay 1500 for it.
243 I'll pay 1250 for it.
244 I pay 1750.
245 I pay 1500.
246 I pay 1250.
247 I will have to think on this. Good day.
268 I would rather not. I do not like those of your type frequenting my establishment, even if you do have coin to spend.
268 I would rather not. I do not like those of your type frequenting my establishment, even if you do have coin to spend.
269 1
269 What, other than his pocketbook, can a man be judged by?
270 0
270 What, other than her pocketbook, can a woman be judged by?
271 Please, let me bask in the shadow of your genius, dear sir.
272 I didn't bring coin to spend, but rather to shove down your throat.
273 I will be leaving, then. Good day to you.
274 Well done, madam! Your scathing wit has wounded me! It seems I have misjudged you. What is your pleasure?
274 Well done, sir! Your scathing wit has wounded me! It seems I have misjudged you. What is your pleasure?
278 Perhaps I was a bit harsh on you. I've always had a place in my heart for pathetic grovelers.
278 Perhaps I was a bit harsh on you. I've always had a place in my heart for pathetic grovelers.
279 Thank you, sir. May I ask you some questions, now?
280 May I ask who I have the great honor to be addressing?
281 You're about to have a place in your heart for my blade!
282 I believe I am finished with this conversation. Good bye.
287 Watch yourself, or I'll be forced to show you combat skills honed in countless life or death struggles!
287 Watch yourself, or I'll be forced to show you combat skills honed in countless life or death struggles!
288 My apologies. May I ask you another question?
289 Sorry, fat guy. Kestion?
290 Please forgive me. What about your other exhibits?
291 I sorry. Ask about other eggs ibits?
292 More likely honed stealing money from old ladies and children.
293 Hah! Stupid fat head can't fight! I beat you now.
297 Splendid! Here is the key to the Stillwater Giant's display case, madam. Is there anything else?
297 Splendid! Here is the key to the Stillwater Giant's display case, sir. Is there anything else?
299 Indeed. May I ask about some of your other exhibits?
300 Other eggzibitz?
307 That is the going price. An object this rare is practically priceless! 2000 coins is a steal.
307 That is the going price. An object this rare is practically priceless! 2000 coins is a steal.
308 I accept your terms.
309 okay.
310 I'll pay 1750 for it.
311 I'll pay 1500 for it.
312 I'll pay 1250 for it.
313 I pay 1750.
314 I pay 1500.
315 I pay 1250.
316 That's too much. Can I ask about your other exhibits, though?
317 Too much. I ask other eggzibits?
320 I will have to think on this. Good day.
322 Normally, I wouldn't part with an rare specimen such as this for such a paltry amount, but in your case, I'll make an exception.
322 Normally, I wouldn't part with an rare specimen such as this for such a paltry amount, but in your case, I'll make an exception.
323 I will return with the money shortly.
324 It has been a pleasure doing business. [Give him the money.]
325 I come back with money.
326 Here money. Give pelt.
327 I will look forward to concluding our business at that time, then.
327 I will look forward to concluding our business at that time, then.
331 Normally, I wouldn't part with an rare specimen such as this for such a paltry amount, but in your case, I'll make an exception.
331 Normally, I wouldn't part with an rare specimen such as this for such a paltry amount, but in your case, I'll make an exception.
332 I will return with the money shortly.
333 It has been a pleasure doing business. [Give him the money.]
334 I come back with money.
335 Here money. Give pelt.
337 Normally, I wouldn't part with an exquisite specimen such as this for such a paltry amount, but in your case, I'll make an exception.
337 Normally, I wouldn't part with an exquisite specimen such as this for such a paltry amount, but in your case, I'll make an exception.
338 I will return with the money shortly.
339 It has been a pleasure doing business. [Give him the money.]
340 I come back with money.
341 Here money. Give pelt.
342 I see. He has been like a son to me, you understand. It would be a trying thing for me to part with someone so close. [He dabs an imaginary tear from his eye.] I couldn't see letting him go for any less than 3000 coins.
342 I see. He has been like a son to me, you understand. It would be a trying thing for me to part with someone so close. [He dabs an imaginary tear from his eye.] I couldn't see letting him go for any less than 3000 coins.
343 It is a deal. [Give him the money]
345 3000 coins! That is a ridiculously high amount, sir.
347 I'll pay 2750 for him.
348 I'll pay 2500 for him.
349 I'll pay 2250 for him.
353 I will have to think on this. Good day.
355 I will not part with my dear friend Gar for a penny less.
355 I will not part with my dear friend Gar for a penny less.
356 Okay, here's your money.
358 I'll pay 2750 for him.
359 I'll pay 2500 for him.
360 I'll pay 2250 for him.
364 That's too much. Can I ask about your other exhibits, though?
368 I will have to think on this. Good day.
370 Wondrous! Gar will make you a perfect "houseboy". [He gives you a leering wink.]
370 Wondrous! Gar will make you a perfect houseboy.
371 What are you inferring, sir?
377 Normally, I wouldn't accept such a meager amount for someone's life, especially someone I feel as close to as Gar. But in your case, I could see my way clear to making an exception. It is a deal, madam!
377 Normally, I wouldn't accept such a meager amount for someone's life, especially someone I feel as close to as Gar. But in your case, I could see my way clear to making an exception. It is a deal, sir!
378 I will return with the money shortly.
379 It has been a pleasure doing business. [Give him the money.]
383 Normally, I wouldn't accept such a meager amount for someone's life, especially someone I feel as close to as Gar. But in your case, I could see my way clear to making an exception. It is a deal, madam!




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