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2 Might I ask who you are, sir?
2 Might I ask who you are, sir?
3 Sir! What have I done to deserve such treatment?
3 Sir! What have I done to deserve such treatment?
6 Greetings, Edwin Wallows. Might I speak with you a moment?
6 Greetings, Edwin Wallows. Might I speak with you a moment?
7 Mr. Wallows! Why are you speaking to me so?
7 Mr. Wallows! Why are you speaking to me so?
8 Hi! I not too smart. Who you?
8 Hi! I not too smart. Who you?
9 Hey Wallows! I ask you some questions?
9 Hey Wallows! I ask you some questions?
17 I'm sorry, madam. The priests of Vooriden are compassionate, but one look at you makes me want to give up the cloth! Begone with you!
17 I'm sorry, madam. The priests of Vooriden are compassionate, but one look at you makes me want to give up the cloth! Begone with you!
17 I'm sorry, sir. The priests of Vooriden are compassionate, but one look at you makes me want to give up the cloth! Begone with you!
17 I'm sorry, sir. The priests of Vooriden are compassionate, but one look at you makes me want to give up the cloth! Begone with you!
18 I'm sorry? Are you quite of your assessment?
18 I'm sorry? Are you quite of your assessment?
19 Please, sir...have some pity on a poor wretch like me...
19 Please, sir...have some pity on a poor wretch like me...
20 I'll have no trouble chastising you, priest...
20 I'll have no trouble chastising you, priest...
23 [The priest seems taken aback at your words. He bows slightly.] So very, madam. It seems even a priest can be mistaken about the nature of a woman. Please, forgive me...
23 [The priest seems taken aback at your words. He bows slightly.] So very, madam. It seems even a priest can be mistaken about the nature of a woman. Please, forgive me...
23 [The priest seems taken aback at your words. He bows slightly.] So very, sir. It seems even a priest can be mistaken about the nature of a man. Please, forgive me...
23 [The priest seems taken aback at your words. He bows slightly.] So very, sir. It seems even a priest can be mistaken about the nature of a man. Please, forgive me...
24 Let's forget it happened, madam. May I ask who you are?
24 Let's forget it happened, madam. May I ask who you are?
25 It's forgotten, Molly. Have you a moment?
25 It's forgotten, Molly. Have you a moment?
27 [The priest passes his hand over you, making a sign. He bows his head slightly.] You're right, good woman. A priest should have more patience and understanding. I shall do my best to overlook your flaws...
27 [The priest passes his hand over you, making a sign. He bows his head slightly.] You're right, good woman. A priest should have more patience and understanding. I shall do my best to overlook your flaws...
27 [The priest passes his hand over you, making a sign. He bows his head slightly.] You're right, my son. A priest should have more patience and understanding. I shall do my best to overlook your flaws...
27 [The priest passes his hand over you, making a sign. He bows his head slightly.] You're right, my son. A priest should have more patience and understanding. I shall do my best to overlook your flaws...
28 Thank you. Might I ask who you are?
28 Thank you. Might I ask who you are?
29 You're very generous, Mr. Wallows. Do you have a moment?
29 You're very generous, Mr. Wallows. Do you have a moment?
35 [The priest takes a step back, his brow furrowing.] I don't recommend you speak to me that way. I may be a priest, but I have no compunction towards spilling the blood of an ignorant outlander...
35 [The priest takes a step back, his brow furrowing.] I don't recommend you speak to me that way. I may be a priest, but I have no compunction towards spilling the blood of an ignorant outlander...
35 [The priest takes a step back, his brow furrowing.] I don't recommend you speak to me that way. I may be a priest, but I have no compunction towards spilling the blood of an ignorant outlander...
35 [The priest takes a step back, his brow furrowing.] I don't recommend you speak to me that way. I may be a priest, but I have no compunction towards spilling the blood of an ignorant outlander...
36 I don't think that's necessary. Please, forgive my harsh words...
36 I don't think that's necessary. Please, forgive my harsh words...
37 I hope you've made your peace with your gods, priest...
37 I hope you've made your peace with your gods, priest...
40 I'm so very sorry that things have turned out this way...
40 I'm so very sorry that things have turned out this way...
40 I'm so very sorry that things have turned out this way...
40 I'm so very sorry that things have turned out this way...
44 I am Edwin Wallows, a priest of the Halcyon Order here in Vooriden. How might I help you today?
44 I am Edwin Wallows, a priest of the Halcyon Order here in Vooriden. How might I help you today?
44 I am Edwin Wallows, a priest of the Halcyon Order here in Vooriden. How might I help you today?
44 I am Edwin Wallows, a priest of the Halcyon Order here in Vooriden. How might I help you today?
45 A pleasure, Edwin. Do you have a moment to speak?
45 A pleasure, Edwin. Do you have a moment to speak?
48 Hi! I ask you questions?
48 Hi! I ask you questions?
51 Of course...
51 Of course...
51 Of course...
51 Of course...
52 Tell me about this temple, Edwin...
52 Tell me about this temple, Edwin...
53 I have some questions about your religion...
53 I have some questions about your religion...
54 Perhaps I could solve the problem with your altar
54 Perhaps I could solve the problem with your altar
55 I've yet to retrieve the altar stone...
55 I've yet to retrieve the altar stone...
56 I've returned with the altar stone...
56 I've returned with the altar stone...
57 I've returned with the altar stone...
57 I've returned with the altar stone...
58 Whut is this temple...?
58 Whut is this temple...?
59 I ask you questions 'bout ree-li-jjun...?
59 I ask you questions 'bout ree-li-jjun...?
60 Mebbe I help you with al-tur stone...
60 Mebbe I help you with al-tur stone...
61 I still look for al-tur stone...
61 I still look for al-tur stone...
62 I got al-tur stone!
62 I got al-tur stone!
63 I got al-tur stone!
63 I got al-tur stone!
66 The Halcyon Order is an ancient one, my friend. Long ago there were many gods, and each god represented a particular virtue. A man chose his gods carefully...religion was a very serious thing...
66 The Halcyon Order is an ancient one, my friend. Long ago there were many gods, and each god represented a particular virtue. A man chose his gods carefully...religion was a very serious thing...
66 The temple here is ancient one, my friend. It is for the god Halcyon. You see, long ago there were many gods, and each god represented a particular virtue. A man chose his gods carefully...religion was a very serious thing...
66 The temple here is ancient one, my friend. It is for the god Halcyon. You see, long ago there were many gods, and each god represented a particular virtue. A man chose his gods carefully...religion was a very serious thing...
67 [Listen.]
67 [Listen.]
69 All of the gods were created by the All-Father, who ruled over them and saw that none were more important, or more powerful, than the others. The balance between gods was well-maintained, and no one religion was more powerful than another...
69 All of the gods were created by the All-Father, who ruled over them and saw that none were more important, or more powerful, than the others. The balance between gods was well-maintained, and no one religion was more powerful than another...
69 All of the gods were created by the All-Father, who ruled over them and saw that none were more important, or more powerful, than the others. The balance between gods was well-maintained, and no one religion was more powerful than another...
69 All of the gods were created by the All-Father, who ruled over them and saw that none were more important, or more powerful, than the others. The balance between gods was well-maintained, and no one religion was more powerful than another...
70 What happened?
70 What happened?
71 Whu happen?
71 Whu happen?
73 Oh, I suppose it's just the way of things to change. The Panarii religion came around, speaking of Nasrudin and his wisdom. Their religion was much easier, and much more forgiving. The old gods are not that way. And though their voice is faint, you can still hear them...and they still hear those who call to them. We of the Halcyon Order still worship the god Halcyon...
73 Oh, I suppose it's just the way of things to change. The Panarii religion came around, speaking of Nasrudin and his wisdom. Their religion was much easier, and much more forgiving. The old gods are not that way. And though their voice is faint, you can still hear them...and they still hear those who call to them. We of the Halcyon Order still worship the god Halcyon...
73 Oh, I suppose it's just the way of things to change. The Panarii religion came around, speaking of Nasrudin and his wisdom. Their religion was much easier, and much more forgiving. The old gods are not that way. And though their voice is faint, you can still hear them...and they still hear those who call to them. We of the Halcyon Order still worship the god Halcyon...
73 Oh, I suppose it's just the way of things to change. The Panarii religion came around, speaking of Nasrudin and his wisdom. Their religion was much easier, and much more forgiving. The old gods are not that way. And though their voice is faint, you can still hear them...and they still hear those who call to them. We of the Halcyon Order still worship the god Halcyon...
74 I have a few questions about your religion...
74 I have a few questions about your religion...
75 I ask you questions 'bout ree-li-jjun...?
75 I ask you questions 'bout ree-li-jjun...?
81 Of course? What can I tell you about our beliefs?
81 Of course? What can I tell you about our beliefs?
81 Of course? What can I tell you about our beliefs?
81 Of course? What can I tell you about our beliefs?
82 Tell me about the old gods...
82 Tell me about the old gods...
83 Tell me about the god Halcyon...
83 Tell me about the god Halcyon...
84 Can I make an offering to the god Halcyon?
84 Can I make an offering to the god Halcyon?
85 Can I make an offering to the god Halcyon?
85 Can I make an offering to the god Halcyon?
86 A few more general questions...
86 A few more general questions...
87 Tell me 'bout old gods!
87 Tell me 'bout old gods!
88 Tell me 'bout your god!
88 Tell me 'bout your god!
89 Can I make aw-fur-ing to your god?
89 Can I make aw-fur-ing to your god?
90 Can I make aw-fur-ing to your god?
90 Can I make aw-fur-ing to your god?
91 Other questions!
91 Other questions!
94 Yes...if you go to the altar, it will tell you what you need to do...
94 Yes...if you go to the altar, it will tell you what you need to do...
94 Yes...if you go to the altar, it will tell you what you need to do...
94 Yes...if you go to the altar, it will tell you what you need to do...
95 Thank you. A few more questions...
95 Thank you. A few more questions...
96 Okay! I got more questions...
96 Okay! I got more questions...
99 The old gods? There were many of them, although the names of most of them have been lost to history. I know a few of them...Shakar was the god of war, Geshtianna the goddess of Love, Bolo the god of thieves. Few people know anything at all about these things, but I've heard there is a man at the university of Tarant who studies the old gods...he might know more...
99 The old gods? There were many of them, although the names of most of them have been lost to history. I know a few of them...Shakar was the god of war, Geshtianna the goddess of Love, Bolo the god of thieves. Few people know anything at all about these things, but I've heard there is a man at the university of Tarant who studies the old gods...he might know more...
99 The old gods? There were many of them, although the names of most of them have been lost to history. I know a few of them...Shakar was the god of war, Geshtianna the goddess of Love, Bolo the god of thieves. Few people know anything at all about these things, but I've heard there is a man at the university of Tarant who studies the old gods...he might know more...
99 The old gods? There were many of them, although the names of most of them have been lost to history. I know a few of them...Shakar was the god of war, Geshtianna the goddess of Love, Bolo the god of thieves. Few people know anything at all about these things, but I've heard there is a man at the university of Tarant who studies the old gods...he might know more...
100 And what of the god Halcyon?
100 And what of the god Halcyon?
101 A few more questions about your religion...
101 A few more questions about your religion...
102 Whut 'bout your god?
102 Whut 'bout your god?
103 I ask you questions 'bout ree-li-jjun...?
103 I ask you questions 'bout ree-li-jjun...?
106 The god Halcyon is the god of Truth. We worship him by looking at ourselves and discovering the truth within. We remove anything that is in conflict with that inner truth. Truth is different for every man...Halcyon only asks that every man be honest with himself when seeking it. Then, and only then, can a man's inner Halcyon emerge. [He bows his head, in respect to his god.]
106 The god Halcyon is the god of Truth. We worship him by looking at ourselves and discovering the truth within. We remove anything that is in conflict with that inner truth. Truth is different for every man...Halcyon only asks that every man be honest with himself when seeking it. Then, and only then, can a man's inner Halcyon emerge. [He bows his head, in respect to his god.]
106 The god Halcyon is the god of Truth. We worship him by looking at ourselves and discovering the truth within. We remove anything that is in conflict with that inner truth. Truth is different for every man...Halcyon only asks that every man be honest with himself when seeking it. Then, and only then, can a man's inner Halcyon emerge. [He bows his head, in respect to his god.]
106 The god Halcyon is the god of Truth. We worship him by looking at ourselves and discovering the truth within. We remove anything that is in conflict with that inner truth. Truth is different for every man...Halcyon only asks that every man be honest with himself when seeking it. Then, and only then, can a man's inner Halcyon emerge. [He bows his head, in respect to his god.]
107 Can I make an offering to Halcyon?
107 Can I make an offering to Halcyon?
108 Can I make an offering to Halcyon?
108 Can I make an offering to Halcyon?
109 A few more questions about your religion...
109 A few more questions about your religion...
110 Can I make aw-fur-ing to your god?
110 Can I make aw-fur-ing to your god?
111 Can I make aw-fur-ing to your god?
111 Can I make aw-fur-ing to your god?
112 I ask you questions 'bout ree-li-jjun...?
112 I ask you questions 'bout ree-li-jjun...?
115 No...I'm sorry, but no one has made a true offering to Halcyon here in almost 200 years...
115 No...I'm sorry, but no one has made a true offering to Halcyon here in almost 200 years...
115 No...I'm sorry, but no one has made a true offering to Halcyon here in almost 200 years...
115 No...I'm sorry, but no one has made a true offering to Halcyon here in almost 200 years...
116 Why not?
116 Why not?
117 Uh...why?
117 Uh...why?
119 Well, two centuries ago there was an evil pirate named Stringy Pete. He was an absolute devil...there isn't an act of malice, debauchery or irreverence that he didn't commit while he sailed the seas of Arcanum. And then one day he dropped anchor just west of here, and found our small village...
119 Well, two centuries ago there was an evil pirate named Stringy Pete. He was an absolute devil...there isn't an act of malice, debauchery or irreverence that he didn't commit while he sailed the seas of Arcanum. And then one day he dropped anchor just west of here, and found our small village...
119 Well, two centuries ago there was an evil pirate named Stringy Pete. He was an absolute devil...there isn't an act of malice, debauchery or irreverence that he didn't commit while he sailed the seas of Arcanum. And then one day he dropped anchor just west of here, and found our small village...
119 Well, two centuries ago there was an evil pirate named Stringy Pete. He was an absolute devil...there isn't an act of malice, debauchery or irreverence that he didn't commit while he sailed the seas of Arcanum. And then one day he dropped anchor just west of here, and found our small village...
120 [Listen.]
120 [Listen.]
121 Actually, that's why I'm here...
121 Actually, that's why I'm here...
122 Uh...that why I come here...
122 Uh...that why I come here...
124 He and his men destroyed everything in town, pillaging what they wanted and burning the rest. When they found the temple...well, let's just say that the old pirate did things to our altar that need never be spoken of again. There hasn't been an offering made on that altar since...
124 He and his men destroyed everything in town, pillaging what they wanted and burning the rest. When they found the temple...well, let's just say that the old pirate did things to our altar that need never be spoken of again. There hasn't been an offering made on that altar since...
124 He and his men destroyed everything in town, pillaging what they wanted and burning the rest. When they found the temple...well, let's just say that the old pirate did things to our altar that need never be spoken of again. There hasn't been an offering made on that altar since...
124 He and his men destroyed everything in town, pillaging what they wanted and burning the rest. When they found the temple...well, let's just say that the old pirate did things to our altar that need never be spoken of again. There hasn't been an offering made on that altar since...
125 I see. Why don't you get a new altar?
125 I see. Why don't you get a new altar?
126 A few more questions about your religion...
126 A few more questions about your religion...
127 Why you not get new altur?
127 Why you not get new altur?
128 I ask you questions 'bout ree-li-jjun...?
128 I ask you questions 'bout ree-li-jjun...?
131 It's not quite as easy as you'd think. You see, there are rules pertaining to the making of altars...
131 It's not quite as easy as you'd think. You see, there are rules pertaining to the making of altars...
131 That's not quite as easy as you'd think. You see, there are rules pertaining to the making of altars...
131 That's not quite as easy as you'd think. You see, there are rules pertaining to the making of altars...
132 What are they?
132 What are they?
133 Uh...whut rulz?
133 Uh...whut rulz?
135 Well, the important thing is that the stone come from the ancient dwarven quarry of Torin. The way there is dangerous, and the quarry itself is overrun with monsters and all manner of evil. We are simple folk here...there is no one here who would survive the trip...
135 Well, the important thing is that the stone come from the ancient dwarven quarry of Torin. The way there is dangerous, and the quarry itself is overrun with monsters and all manner of evil. We are simple folk here...there is no one here who would survive the trip...
135 Well, the important thing is that the stone come from the ancient dwarven quarry of Torin. The way there is dangerous, and the quarry itself is overrun with monsters and all manner of evil. We are simple folk here...there is no one here who would survive the trip...
135 Well, the important thing is that the stone come from the ancient dwarven quarry of Torin. The way there is dangerous, and the quarry itself is overrun with monsters and all manner of evil. We are simple folk here...there is no one here who would survive the trip...
136 I see. Perhaps I could be of assistance?
136 I see. Perhaps I could be of assistance?
137 A few more questions about your religion...
137 A few more questions about your religion...
138 Mebbe I could go?
138 Mebbe I could go?
139 I ask you questions 'bout ree-li-jjun...?
139 I ask you questions 'bout ree-li-jjun...?
141 Hmmm. Perhaps you might be able to do so. The stone you will need to retrieve will be large and heavy. Unless you are very strong, I recommend you try and find Murgo...he's a half-ogre who works around here, and he might be able to help you...
141 Hmmm. Perhaps you might be able to do so. The stone you will need to retrieve will be large and heavy. Unless you are very strong, I recommend you try and find Murgo...he's a half-ogre who works around here, and he might be able to help you...
141 Hmmm. Perhaps you might be able to do so. The stone you will need to retrieve will be large and heavy. Unless you are very strong, I recommend you try and find Murgo...he's a half-ogre who works around here, and he might be able to help you...
141 Hmmm. Perhaps you might be able to do so. The stone you will need to retrieve will be large and heavy. Unless you are very strong, I recommend you try and find Murgo...he's a half-ogre who works around here, and he might be able to help you...
142 Where is the Torin Quarry?
142 Where is the Torin Quarry?
143 Where To-r-rin Kw-ar-ee?
143 Where To-r-rin Kw-ar-ee?
144 Where is the Torin Quarry?
144 Where is the Torin Quarry?
145 Where To-r-rin Kw-ar-ee?
145 Where To-r-rin Kw-ar-ee?
146 I just happen to have a stone right here that might fit the bill...
146 I just happen to have a stone right here that might fit the bill...
147 Wait! I already got one!
147 Wait! I already got one!
148 The Torin Quarry is west of here...near the base of the Stonewall Mountains. [He points to a place on your map.] You should be able to find a suitable stone lying around. We are poor folk here...I can't offer you anything but our thanks...
148 The Torin Quarry is west of here...near the base of the Stonewall Mountains. [He points to a place on your map.] You should be able to find a suitable stone lying around. We are poor folk here...I can't offer you anything but our thanks...
148 The Torin Quarry is west of here...near the base of the Stonewall Mountains. [He points to a place on your map.] You should be able to find a suitable stone lying around. We are poor folk here...I can't offer you anything but our thanks...
148 The Torin Quarry is west of here...near the base of the Stonewall Mountains. [He points to a place on your map.] You should be able to find a suitable stone lying around. We are poor folk here...I can't offer you anything but our thanks...
149 I just happen to have a stone right here that might fit the bill...
149 I just happen to have a stone right here that might fit the bill...
150 Wait! I already got one!
150 Wait! I already got one!
151 I'd ask nothing more. I'll do so...
151 I'd ask nothing more. I'll do so...
152 Okay! I do it!
152 Okay! I do it!
153 I'll think on this. A few more questions...
153 I'll think on this. A few more questions...
154 Mebbe. I got more questions!
154 Mebbe. I got more questions!




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