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2 A pleasure madam. Might I ask who you are?
3 Hello, Ms. Misk. Have you a moment?
4 Hi lady! Who you?
5 Hi Misk lady! Got questions!
10 [The youngish woman before you is dressed in a dark blue gown, with a small hat and veil. She is strikingly beautiful--her hair is a deep shade of amber, her eyes ice-blue but a little swollen and red...you surmise she's been crying.] I'm Lillian Misk, wife of the late Victor Misk.
10 [The youngish woman before you is dressed in a dark blue gown, with a small hat and veil. She is strikingly beautiful--her hair is a deep shade of amber, her eyes ice-blue but a little swollen and red...you surmise she's been crying.] I'm Lillian Misk, wife of the late Victor Misk.
11 The LATE Mr. Misk? He's dead?
12 Uh? Misk dead?
15 Yes...he just recently passed...we put him in the ground not four days ago.
15 Yes...he just recently passed...we put him in the ground not four days ago.
16 I'm very sorry for you loss, madam. Have you a moment?
17 Ummm...uhh...ask questions?
20 Certainly...
20 Certainly...
21 I'd like to talk with you about that book in the display case...
22 Uh...whut that book in case over dere?
23 I'd like to talk with you about "The Book of Durin's Truth"...
24 I need talk with you 'bout "Der-uns Tooth!"
25 Could I ask a few questions about Victor?
26 Ask questions about Vik-ter-r Mis-sk..?
27 Could I ask you about "Horror Among the Dark Elves"?
28 Uh...I need know 'bout Bad Elf book...
29 What do you know about Roseborough, or its Gift Shop?
30 What you know 'bout Ro-os-b-o-r-o?
31 This must be a lonely time...perhaps I could, uh, comfort you...
32 This must be a lonely time...perhaps I could, uh, comfort you...
33 I've found out who sold the information about Victor...
38 What would you like to know about him?
38 What would you like to know about him?
39 What happened to him?
40 Whut happen to Vik-ter...?
41 What sort of delusions was he having?
42 Del-l-usions? What de-l-u-sion-s-s?
43 What happened to his father?
44 Whut 'bout Vik-ter's-s Dad?
45 Where is Victor buried?
46 Where Vik-ter buried?
50 What would you like to know about the book?
50 What would you like to know about the book?
51 Do you still have a copy of it?
52 You got Bad Elf book?
53 How did it get out that Victor still owned a copy...?
59 He drowned...[Tears well up in her eyes.] They found him down by the docks, washed up onto the shore. We hadn't seen him for days, but he had been...that way...for the past few months...
59 He drowned...[Tears well up in her eyes.] They found him down by the docks, washed up onto the shore. We hadn't seen him for days, but he had been...that way...for the past few months...
60 What do you mean, 'that way'?
61 What you mean? He go nuts?
62 Pull yourself together, woman!
66 Victor became...[sob] unbalanced... in the last few months of his life. He began having delusions, frequent anxiety attacks...ever since they released that cursed book...
66 Victor became...[sob] unbalanced... in the last few months of his life. He began having delusions, frequent anxiety attacks...ever since they released that cursed book...
67 You mean "The Curse of T'sen-Ang" by Kendrick Wales?
68 You mean book 'bout Bad Elf book?
74 Yes...once the book was released here in Caladon, he became convinced he was going to be the next victim of that so-called curse. I tried to comfort him, to tell him it was all an author's conjecture, but he just wouldn't listen. He would say "they got my old dad, and now they're coming for me..." We buried him a month later...
74 Yes...once the book was released here in Caladon, he became convinced he was going to be the next victim of that so-called curse. I tried to comfort him, to tell him it was all an author's conjecture, but he just wouldn't listen. He would say "they got my old dad, and now they're coming for me..."
75 Where was the funeral?
76 Where he in ground?
77 A few more questions about Victor?
78 More Vik-ter questions
79 A few more questions about the book?
80 More book questions!
84 He would say that people were following him...that hooded and robed figures would appear all around him, staring at him, watching him. He said they would approach him, demanding the book and threatening horrible things if he wouldn't give it to them. Almost exactly what had been described as happening to previous owners of the book...
84 He would say that people were following him...that hooded and robed figures would appear all around him, staring at him, watching him. He said they would approach him, demanding the book and threatening horrible things if he wouldn't give it to them. Almost exactly what had been described as happening to previous owners of the book...
85 And you never saw any of this?
86 You see scary people too?
88 No...I believe all of those stories drove my poor Victor mad. Of course, there were an ungodly number of collectors who came calling when they found out he still had a copy of the book...but all of them were polite and professional. Not an evil man among them...
88 No...I believe all of those stories drove my poor Victor mad. Of course, there were an ungodly number of collectors who came calling when they found out he still had a copy of the book...but all of them were polite and professional. Not an evil man among them...
89 A few more questions about Victor?
90 More Vik-ter questions
91 A few more questions about the book?
92 More book questions!
96 [Anger in her eyes.] I don't know! We had kept it a secret for so very long...only Victor and I knew, as well as some of our servants...but none of them would ever had said anything...they're like family to us, and we've always treated them so well...
96 [Anger in her eyes.] I don't know! We had kept it a secret for so very long...only Victor and I knew, as well as some of our servants...but none of them would ever had said anything...they're like family to us, and we've always treated them so well...
97 Perhaps Mr. Wales paid one of them a hefty sum for the information...?
100 Yes, yes I know. And we did ask all of them, but all of them denied any complicity in the matter. I trust them all...and besides, I've no proof to the contrary. I suppose I'd be grateful if someone were to look into the matter...
100 Yes, yes I know. And we did ask all of them, but all of them denied any complicity in the matter. I trust them all...and besides, I've no proof to the contrary. I suppose I'd be grateful if someone were to look into the matter...
101 I'd be honored to offer my services...
102 Perhaps...I'll think on the matter...
105 Any help would be appreciated. The servants are around the house...feel free to speak with them...
105 Any help would be appreciated. The servants are around the house...feel free to speak with them...
106 Perhaps I'll do that. A few more questions about Victor?
107 More Vik-ter questions
108 A few more questions about the book?
109 More book questions!
113 No...up until the last two weeks, Victor carried it on his person all the time. Then one day he came home and told us he had hidden it "somewhere that only he and his old Dad would know." We all thought it very strange, but, by then, there wasn't much about Victor that wasn't.
113 No...up until the last two weeks, Victor carried it on his person all the time. Then one day he came home and told us he had hidden it "somewhere that only he and his old Dad would know." We all thought it very strange, but, by then, there wasn't much about Victor that wasn't.
114 A few more questions about Victor?
115 More Vik-ter questions
116 A few more questions about the book?
117 More book questions!
121 Victor's father, Phillip Misk, was an avid collector of books...at one time he had the largest collection in all of Caladon. He died in a fire...it was deduced that he had fallen asleep in his study while smoking a cigar...something had caught fire, and he was killed in the blaze. Most of his collection was lost in the fire...
121 Victor's father, Phillip Misk, was an avid collector of books...at one time he had the largest collection in all of Caladon. He died in a fire...it was deduced that he had fallen asleep in his study while smoking a cigar...something had caught fire, and he was killed in the blaze. Most of his collection was lost in the fire...
122 But not "Horror Among the Dark Elves"...
123 But not Bad Elf book?
125 No...but Victor didn't find it for many years...it had been hidden in an old chest in the attic of our summer home. It seems Victor's paranoia may have been an inherited trait...
125 No...but Victor didn't find it for many years...it had been hidden in an old chest in the attic of our summer home. It seems Victor's paranoia may have been an inherited trait...
126 Doesn't it seem strange that both died somewhat mysteriously...?
127 Uh...they both killed! That really weird!
129 I don't share that view, madam. [Tears again.] I'm not a superstitious woman. I miss my Victor more than anything, but I put no stock in such tripe. Both Victor and his father were victims of chance and circumstance. I'll hear no more talk of it.
129 I don't share that view, sir. [Tears again.] I'm not a superstitious woman. I miss my Victor more than anything, but I put no stock in such tripe. Both Victor and his father were victims of chance and circumstance. I'll hear no more talk of it.
130 A few more questions about Victor?
131 More Vik-ter questions
132 A few more questions about the book?
133 More book questions!
137 At the Caladon cemetery. It's northwest of here, near the Panarii Temple...
137 At the Caladon cemetery. It's northwest of here, near the Panarii Temple...
138 Was there anyone strange at the funeral?
139 Who at funeral? Weird people?
140 A few more questions about Victor?
141 More Vik-ter questions
142 A few more questions about the book?
143 More book questions!
147 Not that I remember. There were a few of our friends, the servants, and some family.
147 Not that I remember. There were a few of our friends, the servants, and some family.
148 A few more questions about Victor?
149 More Vik-ter questions
150 A few more questions about the book?
151 More book questions!
155 What? I've just lost a husband to insanity! Are you heartless, madam?
155 What? I've just lost a husband to insanity! Are you heartless, sir?
156 No doubt his insanity was due to some fault of yours...
157 I'm very sorry...A few more questions about Victor?
158 I'm very sorry...A few more questions about the book?
161 How dare you! I loved Victor! You can go ahead and let yourself out, madam! I'll have nothing more to do with you!
161 How dare you! I loved Victor! You can go ahead and let yourself out, sir! I'll have nothing more to do with you!
164 Roseborough? I've only been there once...Victor and I traveled there once to visit the grave of his father. I've never been there since. Small town, rather boring. Here, I'll show you where it is...
164 Roseborough? I've only been there once...Victor and I traveled there once to visit the grave of his father. I've never been there since. Small town, rather boring. Here, I'll show you where it is...
165 I see. Thank you for your help, madam...
166 Uh...okay. Bye, Misk lady!
168 Thank you, madam. And good luck in your travels...
168 Thank you, sir. And good luck in your travels...
171 [She looks at you, a little surprised.] Excuse me, madam. I mean no offense, but I am in mourning. And I must say, you'd not be my usual...preference.
171 [She looks at you, shrewdly.] Excuse me, sir. I may be young, but I've wisdom in the ways of evil men. A nice attempt, but I'm a woman in mourning...
172 I see. Then I'll take my leave of you...
174 [She looks at you, considering. Then, reaching a hand out to you...] Yes, it has been...taxing. Perhaps we might find something to take my mind from it all...
174 [She looks at you, her eyes widening, then considering. Then, reaching a hand out to you...] Yes, it has been...taxing. Perhaps something...new...might take my mind from it all...
175 I'm sure we'll figure something out...
180 [She leans to you, kissing you softly on the cheek.] You've been a great...'comfort' to me, @PCNAME@. Perhaps when your quest is over, you, might return to me? I'll not be in mourning forever...(she looks at you, expectantly...)
180 [She leans to you, kissing you softly on the cheek.] You've been a great...'comfort' to me. I'll remember our time spent...fondly...
181 0
181 As will I, madam...good day.
182 1
182 I just might do that, Lillian. Good day to you...
183 1
183 I doubt it. I've a long list of others who require my attention...
185 I anxiously await your return, @PCNAME@...
185 I anxiously await your return, @PCNAME@...
187 Scoundrel! Get away from me! I hope I never see you again!
187 Scoundrel! Get away from me! I hope I never see you again!
189 You've...taught me many things, @PCNAME@. I'll never forget you...
189 You've...taught me many things, @PCNAME@. I'll never forget you...
191 Good day to you, madam.
191 Good day to you, sir.
193 I'm very sorry, but we're having...difficulties...within our family. I've no time to speak now...
193 I'm very sorry, but we're having...difficulties...within our family. I've no time to speak now...
195 You have? Who was it?
195 You have? Who was it?
196 Who else? The butler did it...[Tell her the story.]
199 I see. [There is a great sadness in her eyes.] Well, I suppose you just never know about people. Even the ones closest to you. Perhaps there was some justice is his untimely death. Thank you for your help, madam...
199 I see. [There is a great sadness in her eyes.] Well, I suppose you just never know about people. Even the ones closest to you. Perhaps there was some justice is his untimely death. Thank you for your help, sir...
200 My pleasure. A few more questions, if you don't mind...
201 What do you mean, his 'untimely death'?
204 Haven't you heard? He was found in his home a few days ago, a knife buried in his heart. Perhaps there was something to that curse after all. Well, I thank you for your help in the matter, madam...
204 Haven't you heard? He was found in his home a few days ago, a knife buried in his heart. Perhaps there was something to that curse after all. Well, I thank you for your help in the matter, sir...
205 My pleasure. A few more questions, if you don't mind...
207 "The Book of Durin's Truth? What is it you want to talk about?
207 "The Book of Durin's Truth? What is it you want to talk about?
208 I see. Is it for sale?
209 Uh...kin I bye it frum you?
210 I'm in need of that book. Is there any way I might procure it?
211 I need it! I need it!
212 I'm here with the money we agreed upon, madam...
215 I don't yet have the 2000 gold pieces for the book, madam...
216 I'm here with the money we agreed upon, madam...
217 I don't yet have the 1750 gold pieces for the book, madam...
218 I'm here with the money we agreed upon, madam...
219 I don't yet have the 1500 gold pieces for the book, madam...
220 I'm here with the money we agreed upon, madam...
221 I don't yet have the 1250 gold pieces for the book, madam...
222 I bring money fer book!
223 I no have 2000 gold fer book yet, lady...
227 Oh, that's called the "Book of Durin's Truth", an ancient dwarven tome, I believe. It was one of Victor's most prized possessions...[She sobs a little, dabs at the corner of her eye with a handkerchief.]
227 Oh, that's called the "Book of Durin's Truth", an ancient dwarven tome, I believe. It was one of Victor's most prized possessions...[She sobs a little, dabs at the corner of her eye with a handkerchief.]
228 I see. Is it for sale?
229 Uh...kin I bye it frum you?
230 I'm in need of that book. Is there any way I might procure it?
231 I need it! I need it!
237 No, I'm afraid not. I keep it here...for sentimental value...
237 No, I'm afraid not. I keep it here...for sentimental value...
242 Why on earth would you need to have that very book?
242 Why on earth would you need to have that very book?
243 You see, I'm searching for the Iron Clan...[Tell her the story.]
244 I need find Irun Klan! [Tell her the story.]
252 Hmmm. An interesting quest, my friend. Perhaps I might be interested in selling it after all. Are you interested in buying it?
252 Hmmm. An interesting quest, my friend. Perhaps I might be interested in selling it after all. Are you interested in buying it?
253 Of course. What price were you thinking?
254 Yeah! How much?
255 Buy? Madam! This is a cultural heirloom! Have you no shame?
256 Uh...I no wanna buy! Just give me book!
258 I see. Well, that seems a very important quest, my friend. Perhaps I might be persuaded to sell you the book after all. Why don't we set the price at 2000 gold pieces? More than a fair price, considering its value...
258 Why don't we set the price at 2000 gold pieces? More than a fair price, considering its value...
259 Done. [Give her the money.]
260 Done.
261 I was thinking more along the lines of 1750...[Give her the money.]
262 I was thinking more along the lines of 1750...
263 Why don't we call it 1500...[Give her the money.]
264 Why don't we call it 1500...
265 Perhaps 1250 is a more reasonable price...[Give her the money.]
266 Perhaps 1250 is a more reasonable price.
267 Okay! [Give her the money.]
268 Okay!
269 I don't think I like that price at all, madam...
270 I no like that!
278 [She gives you a shrewd stare.] Business is business, my friend. And don't think about obtaining the book by other means...that display case has a most unpleasant lock mechanism. So will you take the book or not? 2000 is the price for you now, take it or leave it.
278 [She gives you a shrewd stare.] Business is business, my friend. And don't think about obtaining the book by other means...that display case has a most unpleasant lock mechanism. So will you take the book or not? 2000 is the price for you now, take it or leave it.
279 Done. [Give her the money.]
280 Done.
281 Okay! [Give her the money.]
282 Okay!
288 I see you don't seem have the coin, friend. Come back when you do...
288 I see you don't seem have the coin, friend. Come back when you do...
298 Thank you. Here is the key for the display case. Take the book at your leisure.
298 Thank you. Here is the key for the display case. Take the book at your leisure.




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