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1 [Before you sits an elf, his legs crossed, his head down. An air of weariness surrounds him. He notices your presence, and slowly, purposefully, stands and addresses you.] Yes, what is it?
1 [Before you sits an elf, his legs crossed, his head down. An air of weariness surrounds him. He notices your presence, and slowly, purposefully, stands and addresses you.] Yes, what is it?
2 Arronax, I presume?
3 I am here to kill you.
4 You airodymax?
5 I kill you now.
6 I have been sent here by K'an Hua to join with you.
7 I sent to helps you! By Koon Hoo Ha!
15 You are welcome to try. [He extends his arms, indicating the magickal shell he is encased in.] This shell is impervious to any damage you might inflict upon it.
15 You are welcome to try. [He extends his arms, indicating the magickal shell he is encased in.] This shell is impervious to any damage you might inflict upon it.
16 We will see about that. Prepare to die.
17 That can wait. I just want you to know I'm here to stop you.
18 Then I won't waste time with your tomfoolery. Good day.
19 Okay. You die now.
20 Uh. You foolin. I tell you uh...I stop you!
25 Your presumption is correct. And who might I have the pleasure of addressing?
25 Your presumption is correct. And who might I have the pleasure of addressing?
26 I am @pcname@.
27 I be @pcname@.
28 I am @pcname@.
29 I be @pcname@.
30 I am @pcname@.
31 I be @pcname@.
32 I am @pcname@.
33 I be @pcname@.
35 Well, @pcname@, what brings you to my corner of oblivion?
35 Well, @pcname@, what brings you to my corner of oblivion?
36 Enough with the pleasantries, Arronax. I've come to stop you.
37 I've become involved in events beyond my control.
38 I've come to kill you.
39 I don know whut goin on.
40 I kill you.
41 I talked to Kerghan. I told him I would kill you.
42 Korghinimus say for me to kill ya.
43 I have been sent here by K'an Hua to join with you.
44 I sent to helps you! By Koon Hoo Ha!
45 Interesting. And just what is it that you are going to stop me from doing? I have so many things on my social calendar these days, it is difficult to know which you are making reference to, in particular.
45 Interesting. And just what is it that you are going to stop me from doing? I have so many things on my social calendar these days, it is difficult to know which you are making reference to, in particular.
46 I will not permit you to escape the Void and return to Arcanum.
47 I forgot. Uhm... Oh! You no go back to Arcanum!
55 You will not permit me? How droll! You really have absolutely no idea of what you are involved with here, do you?
55 You will not permit me? How droll! You really have absolutely no idea of what you are involved with here, do you?
56 To be honest, I've become involved in events beyond my control.
57 It is my destiny to bring an end to your evil tyranny!
58 Uh. No? Why you try to kill me?
59 Come out of pretty color and I kill you now.
60 It doesn't matter. I'm here to stop you, it is as simple as that.
65 [His boisterous laughter seems to shake the very walls.] My tyranny? That is rich! Hilarious! I have not had this much entertainment for hundreds of years!
65 [His boisterous laughter seems to shake the very walls.] My tyranny? That is rich! Hilarious! I have not had this much entertainment for hundreds of years!
66 You're mocking me. It will not keep me from killing you, however.
75 That is a feeling I have much familiarity with. Sometimes I feel that my fate was decreed from an early age.
75 That is a feeling I have much familiarity with. Sometimes I feel that my fate was decreed from an early age.
76 You are here because of your actions, not some cruel twist of fate.
85 Do not misunderstand me, I take full responsibility for my actions. [He pauses, dramatically.] Though how are one's actions determined, really? How is our view of the world shaped? Mine was shaped by arguably the most powerful individual in the world, my father. He raised me on tales of the righteous superiority of the elves and the destiny that brought us to rule over all the races.
85 Do not misunderstand me, I take full responsibility for my actions. [He pauses, dramatically.] Though how are one's actions determined, really? How is our view of the world shaped? Mine was shaped by arguably the most powerful individual in the world, my father. He raised me on tales of the righteous superiority of the elves and the destiny that brought us to rule over all the races.
86 I don't think it was Nasrudin's intent that you destroy a whole city.
87 Oh, by the way, about your father. I killed him.
88 Are you aware your father died as a result of your battle?
95 What did he expect? He shoved a young, immature, inexperienced fool into a position of immense power and set me loose on the world. Why didn't he stop me...he should have stopped me...
95 What did he expect? He shoved a young, immature, inexperienced fool into a position of immense power and set me loose on the world. Why didn't he stop me...he should have stopped me...
96 Wait, are you trying to tell me you feel guilt over what you did?
105 Most certainly. I have had two thousand years of my grievous errors in judgment replaying themselves in my mind. One tends to grow a bit of a conscience in all that time.
105 Most certainly. I have had two thousand years of my grievous errors in judgment replaying themselves in my mind. One tends to grow a bit of a conscience in all that time.
106 Hmmm. That's interesting...
107 Hmmm. That's interesting...
108 You'll excuse me if I don't believe you're overcome with guilt.
109 Where was your new conscience when you threatened my life?
110 You'll excuse me if I don't believe you're overcome with guilt.
111 Where was your new conscience when you threatened my life?
112 An interesting vision, child. Let us hope you are as clairvoyant as you are outspoken. [Them, turning to you.] Now, my friend. As I was saying. I've had more than a little time to see the error of my ways. Two millennia in isolation tend to make one introspective, to say the least...
112 An interesting vision, child. Let us hope you are as clairvoyant as you are outspoken. [Them, turning to you.] Now, my friend. As I was saying. I've had more than a little time to see the error of my ways. Two millennia in isolation tend to make one introspective, to say the least...
113 Forgive me if I don't necessarily believe this change of heart...
114 That's quite a turn around from the day that you killed me...
115 What you do or do not believe is of no concern to me, my friend.
115 What you do or do not believe is of no concern to me, my friend.
116 Come out of your shell and we'll settle this right now, "friend".
117 If you are so regretful, why are you trying to return for revenge?
125 [His laughter fills the great hall.] You fool! You think this is my protection? This is my prison! I've been trapped inside this shell for nearly two thousand years!
125 [His laughter fills the great hall.] You fool! You think this is my protection? This is my prison! I've been trapped inside this shell for nearly two thousand years!
126 What? That's impossible! This must be some sort of trick.
127 You foolin. You try trick me cuz I not smart.
135 This is Kerghan's doing. When I first came here and realized what he was becoming, I attempted to stop him. Our battle was intense, yet brief. As you can see, I was not the victor.
135 This is Kerghan's doing. When I first came here and realized what he was becoming, I attempted to stop him. Our battle was intense, yet brief. As you can see, I was not the victor.
136 Why didn't he kill you?
137 Kerghan? The necromancer that you hated and had banished?
138 If he put you here, he's the one I need to talk to. Good day.
139 Is Kerghan bad guy?
140 Why he no kill you?
141 How I get you out to kill you?
145 He wasn't powerful enough. He held me with this binding magick when I was regenerating. It looks as if I was correct as to the effects of his experimentation, though. His dark magicks have transformed him hideously, in body and spirit.
145 He wasn't powerful enough. He held me with this binding magick when I was regenerating. It looks as if I was correct as to the effects of his experimentation, though. His dark magicks have transformed him hideously, in body and spirit.
146 What about when you appeared to me and threatened my life?
147 I'd heard that he was a coward - didn't even fight when banished.
148 Uh...okay. I get you out to kill you?
149 Is Kerghan bad guy?
150 What happened when you had him banished?
155 One and the same. It looks as if I was correct as to the effects of his experimentation. His dark magicks have transformed him hideously, in body and spirit.
155 One and the same. It looks as if I was correct as to the effects of his experimentation. His dark magicks have transformed him hideously, in body and spirit.
156 I'd heard that he was a coward - didn't even fight when banished.
157 What about when you appeared to me and threatened my life?
158 Do you think he could be behind all this? [Tell him your story.]
159 Do you regret having him banished?
165 I did no such thing. I have been here for ages. Do you really think I could reach across the Void to torment you?
165 I did no such thing. I have been here for ages. Do you really think I could reach across the Void to torment you?
166 I tire of your lies. Come out of your shell and fight me.
175 I have nothing planned, save to live out the rest of my days in peace.
175 I have nothing planned, save to live out the rest of my days in peace.
176 So if you're not doing all this, who is? [Tell him your story.]
177 I tire of your lies. Come out of your shell and fight me.
178 So if you're not doing all this, who is? [Tell him your story.]
185 I have absolutely no knowledge of the event you are describing.
185 I have absolutely no knowledge of the event you are describing.
186 So if you're not doing all this, who is? [Tell him your story.]
195 I wouldn't attribute his attitude to cowardice. He was resigned to his fate. Somewhat like me, he would not change his course or compromise his beliefs, regardless of the inevitable outcome. His brilliance was such that I don't think any of us understood what was going through his mind, actually.
195 I wouldn't attribute his attitude to cowardice. He was resigned to his fate. Somewhat like me, he would not change his course or compromise his beliefs, regardless of the inevitable outcome. His brilliance was such that I don't think any of us understood what was going through his mind, actually.
196 It almost sounds as if you admire him.
205 Fascination would be a more appropriate term. I am intrigued by the workings of his brilliant, twisted mind. Have no doubt, though, I would destroy him without a second thought were the opportunity to present itself.
205 Fascination would be a more appropriate term. I am intrigued by the workings of his brilliant, twisted mind. Have no doubt, though, I would destroy him without a second thought were the opportunity to present itself.
206 Do you think he could be behind all this? [Tell him your story.]
207 Do you regret having him banished?
215 Being that I am trapped in here, my opportunities to get information are, shall we say, a bit limited. On the rare occasion Kerghan has deigned to visit me to play his intellectual games, he has dropped some veiled clues that might make sense in light of what you have told me. If I had to hazard a guess, I would say Kerghan is impersonating me.
215 Being that I am trapped in here, my opportunities to get information are, shall we say, a bit limited. On the rare occasion Kerghan has deigned to visit me to play his intellectual games, he has dropped some veiled clues that might make sense in light of what you have told me. If I had to hazard a guess, I would say Kerghan is impersonating me.
216 To what end?
225 It sounds as if these dark elves you mentioned have patterned themselves after the misguided philosophy of my youth. They are proving to be powerful allies in his quest to return to Arcanum, it seems. I doubt they would be willing to help Kerghan the Terrible return to exact his revenge.
225 It sounds as if these dark elves you mentioned have patterned themselves after the misguided philosophy of my youth. They are proving to be powerful allies in his quest to return to Arcanum, it seems. I doubt they would be willing to help Kerghan the Terrible return to exact his revenge.
226 Kerghan? The Kerghan you had banished?
227 So Kerghan is the one I'm here to stop.
228 So then Kerghan is the one I am here to join with...
229 So Korighoon guy I s'posed talk at...
235 Yes. When I first came here and realized what he was becoming, I attempted to stop him. Our battle was intense, yet brief. As you can see, I was not the victor.
235 Yes. When I first came here and realized what he was becoming, I attempted to stop him. Our battle was intense, yet brief. As you can see, I was not the victor.
236 Why didn't he kill you?
240 He wasn't powerful enough. He held me with this binding magick when I was regenerating. It looks as if I was correct as to the effects of his experimentation, though. His dark magicks have transformed him hideously, in body and spirit.
240 He wasn't powerful enough. He held me with this binding magick when I was regenerating. It looks as if I was correct as to the effects of his experimentation, though. His dark magicks have transformed him hideously, in body and spirit.
241 Do you regret having him banished?
242 So Kerghan is the one I'm here to stop.
243 So then Kerghan is the one I am here to join with...
244 So Korighoon guy I s'posed talk at...
250 That would appear to be the case. If you were able to facilitate my release from this prison, it would be my pleasure to help you destroy Kerghan.
250 That would appear to be the case. If you were able to facilitate my release from this prison, it would be my pleasure to help you destroy Kerghan.
251 I'm not sure I can trust you.
252 Of course I'll help you. How can I get you out of there? [Truth]
253 Of course I'll help you. How can I get you out of there? [Lie]
254 How? Kerghan defeated you last time you fought.
260 Your hesitation is understandable. Perhaps you should gain an audience with Kerghan himself. I think a conversation with him will erase any doubt as to the veracity of my claims.
260 Your hesitation is understandable. Perhaps you should gain an audience with Kerghan himself. I think a conversation with him will erase any doubt as to the veracity of my claims.
261 Where is he? How do I find him?
262 I think I will forego that pleasure. How can I release you?
270 I am afraid I do not know. I do not believe Kerghan could maintain this from a distance, so there must be something near here...
270 I am afraid I do not know. I do not believe Kerghan could maintain this from a distance, so there must be something near here...
272 There are still things I need answers to.
273 I will be on my way, then.
290 What are your questions?
290 What are your questions?
291 Where is the Black Mountain Clan?
292 What can you tell me about the Void?
294 I will ask them later. Good day.
300 I am not saying it will be easy to defeat Kerghan. In fact, the attempt might be fatal. Yet I believe it worth the risk. We cannot let him return to Arcanum, it would mean the end of all life there. I have a few...acquaintances on this side that may be interested in helping us as well, should you succeed in releasing me.
300 I am not saying it will be easy to defeat Kerghan. In fact, the attempt might be fatal. Yet I believe it worth the risk. We cannot let him return to Arcanum, it would mean the end of all life there. I have a few...acquaintances on this side that may be interested in helping us as well, should you succeed in releasing me.
302 I have the Vendigroth Device.
303 I will release you so that you may join me. [Truth]
304 I will release you so that you may join me. [Lie]
309 I'm not interested in suicide missions. Good day.
310 Then our task should be at least a fraction easier. All we need to do is hurt him enough so that he attempts to regenerate himself, and then you can use the Device on him. Of course, this is easier spoken of than accomplished.
310 Then our task should be at least a fraction easier. All we need to do is hurt him enough so that he attempts to regenerate himself, and then you can use the Device on him. Of course, this is easier spoken of than accomplished.
311 I will release you so that you may join me. [Truth]
312 I will release you so that you may join me. [Lie]
313 I'm not interested in suicide missions. Good day.
320 [He looks at you, shocked. After a moment, his countenance softens.] You almost had me for a minute, there. Time passes differently here, it is easy to forget that over two thousand years have passed in Arcanum. My father has to have died at least a thousand years before you were even born.
320 [He looks at you, shocked. After a moment, his countenance softens.] You almost had me for a minute, there. Time passes differently here, it is easy to forget that over two thousand years have passed in Arcanum. My father has to have died at least a thousand years before you were even born.
321 He found a way to regenerate himself for a thousand years.
322 I don't know how he was still alive, but I corrected that.
323 Why would you care? I simply finished what you had started.
330 [The shock of your words drains the blood from his face.] He was still alive? And you killed him?! [His screams are deafening.] You bastard! I will flay your skin from your bones and leave you to the vultures! [He violently throws himself against the walls of his shell, and you realize he is trapped within it.] Kerghan sent you here to torture me!
330 [The shock of your words drains the blood from his face.] He was still alive? And you killed him?! [His screams are deafening.] You bastard! I will flay your skin from your bones and leave you to the vultures! [He violently throws himself against the walls of his shell, and you realize he is trapped within it.] Kerghan sent you here to torture me!
331 Kerghan trapped you in there?
340 [His words come rushed, breathless. He has exhausted himself in his attempts to break the shell in his attempt to throttle the life from you.] You tell Kerghan he's dead. You're dead, @pcname@.
340 [His words come rushed, breathless. He has exhausted himself in his attempts to break the shell in his attempt to throttle the life from you.] You tell Kerghan he's dead. You're dead, @pcname@.
341 When did Kerghan trap you? After you had the BMC banished?
350 [He turns his back to you. It is obvious he will not speak to you again.]
350 [He turns his back to you. It is obvious he will not speak to you again.]
351 I suppose I am off to find Kerghan, then.
360 You do not know! You weren't there! We were locked in an ideological struggle bigger than either of us! I was attempting to save the world from the evils of technology and my father couldn't see past his righteous ideals. [He casts his eyes downward.] And neither could I...
360 You do not know! You weren't there! We were locked in an ideological struggle bigger than either of us! I was attempting to save the world from the evils of technology and my father couldn't see past his righteous ideals. [He casts his eyes downward.] And neither could I...
361 I killed him, and I'll kill you to. Come out of your shell.
362 He begged for his life like a frightened child before I killed him.
370 [He makes an extravagant gesture of mock outrage.] What? Without even a polite introduction? What has happened to common courtesy?
370 [He makes an extravagant gesture of mock outrage.] What? Without even a polite introduction? What has happened to common courtesy?
371 I am @pcname@, and I am here to kill you.
375 I had feared the worst. As I was being drawn into this realm, I looked into his face for the last time. His gaze was filled with pain, and I fear most of it was not physical. I will never forget that look as long as I live.
375 I had feared the worst. As I was being drawn into this realm, I looked into his face for the last time. His gaze was filled with pain, and I fear most of it was not physical. I will never forget that look as long as I live.
376 His disappointment in you was understandable, don't you think?
377 Don't tell me you're feeling guilty over your actions?
378 I was jesting, in all actuality. I killed him myself.
380 [His laughter fills the great hall.] You fool! You think this is my protection? This is my prison! I've been trapped inside this shell for nearly two thousand years! If I were able to extricate myself from this entrapment you would already be dead.
380 [His laughter fills the great hall.] You fool! You think this is my protection? This is my prison! I've been trapped inside this shell for nearly two thousand years! If I were able to extricate myself from this entrapment you would already be dead.
381 I would squish you like I did your pathetic father.
385 I do not know. There is a portal in the room behind me, perhaps you can use it to travel to the other parts of the Void...
385 I do not know. There is a portal in the room behind me, perhaps you can use it to travel to the other parts of the Void...
386 There are still things I need answers to.
387 I will go and speak with him, then.
390 I do not know. I would assume the gate they are building is located somewhere near Kerghan's castle, though.
390 I do not know. I would assume the gate they are building is located somewhere near Kerghan's castle, though.
391 What can you tell me about the Void?
400 Regret, no...though I can't help but feel that I was so set against him simply because he was human. Regardless of my childish excesses, though, there is no denying the base evilness of his actions.
400 Regret, no...though I can't help but feel that I was so set against him simply because he was human. Regardless of my childish excesses, though, there is no denying the base evilness of his actions.
401 Do you think he could be behind all this? [Tell him your story.]
403 So Kerghan is the one I'm here to stop.
410 I see. Is that truly your intent?
410 I see. Is that truly your intent?
411 No. I have changed my mind.
412 Yes.
413 It wasn't before, but now that I'm here, I think I will kill you.
414 No.
415 Uh no? I chained my mind.
416 Yep.
417 I weren't gonna, but I kinda feel like it now.
418 No.
425 Well, then. Release me, and let us proceed to fighting.
425 Well, then. Release me, and let us proceed to fighting.
426 The thing is, Kerghan didn't tell me how to release you.
427 How I get ya outta dat thing?
435 I am afraid I do not know. I do not believe Kerghan could maintain this from a distance, so there must be something near here...
435 I am afraid I do not know. I do not believe Kerghan could maintain this from a distance, so there must be something near here...
436 You'd tell me how to release you even though I'll kill you?
437 Okay. I come back to kill ya.
445 [He stares directly into your eyes.] When you release me, you will die.
445 [He stares directly into your eyes.] When you release me, you will die.
446 We shall see, we shall see.
447 Only if I die laughing at your screams of pain.
450 What is it that you wish of me, then?
450 What is it that you wish of me, then?
451 I think Kerghan needs to be stopped.
452 What happened between you and Kerghan when you got here?
453 Why did you destroy Vendigroth?
454 How can I release you?
455 [More]
456 I gonna kill Korghanonsky.
457 What happin when you fought Korriginumin uh?
458 Why you crush Ventagrass?
459 Nuttin.
465 I could not concur more vigorously. If you would facilitate my release from my prison, I would join with you to defeat him.
465 I could not concur more vigorously. If you would facilitate my release from my prison, I would join with you to defeat him.
466 What do I need to do?
467 I'm not sure I am ready to go to those lengths yet.
475 I am afraid I do not know. I do not believe Kerghan could maintain this from a distance, so there must be something near here...
475 I am afraid I do not know. I do not believe Kerghan could maintain this from a distance, so there must be something near here...
476 I still have some other questions.
477 I am off to find a way to release you, then.
478 Okay. I kill everyone. Maybe that help.




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