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1 [This brutish looking orc gazes at you through heavy lids. He looks every bit the primitive orc.] Ugh. I Gar, world smartest orc. You have got question?
1 [This brutish looking orc gazes at you through heavy lids. He looks every bit the primitive orc.] Ugh. I Gar, world smartest orc. You have got question?
2 Hah! You stupid orc! I more smart than you!
3 I do not know. What is your area of expertise?
15 I know much things. Gar tell all. Politics. Mathematics. Tea.
15 I know much things. Gar tell all. Politics. Mathematics. Tea.
16 Tea?
17 What can you tell me of the politics of Tarant?
18 Mathematics? Tell me, what is 4573200 divided by 6543?
25 Yes. Gar like tea. Gar civilized. Gar say Earl Grey best. Made from blend of black teas and oil from the Bergamot plant. Excellent, Gar say.
25 Yes. Gar like tea. Gar civilized. Gar say Earl Grey best. Made from blend of black teas and oil from the Bergamot plant. Excellent, Gar say.
26 What about Tarantian politics?
27 I'm not much for the black teas, I prefer green myself.
28 Surely you jest. Everyone knows green teas are superior to black.
35 [Gar's demeanor seems to change. His eyes open fully, and he seems to take on the manner of a foppish gentleman.] Oh, come now, that is rubbish! Green tea is for the foreign constitution, not for consumption by those with discerning...uh [he seems to realize something.] I mean, uhm Uhg. Gar no like green tea.
35 [Gar's demeanor seems to change. His eyes open fully, and he seems to take on the manner of a foppish gentleman.] Oh, come now, that is rubbish! Green tea is for the foreign constitution, not for consumption by those with discerning...uh [he seems to realize something.] I mean, uhm Uhg. Gar no like green tea.
36 Why are you acting the idiot? You are meant to be smart.
45 Gar not idiot. Gar smart. [He looks around to make certain no one else can hear.] Listen here, madam, have you ever conversed with a pure bred orc? You'll not be in for a scintillating conversation, of that I can assure you.
45 Gar not idiot. Gar smart. [He looks around to make certain no one else can hear.] Listen here, sir, have you ever conversed with a pure bred orc? You'll not be in for a scintillating conversation, of that I can assure you.
46 But isn't the point of all this that you are smarter than other orcs?
55 Of course, but people will not accept a cultured orc. The very idea is preposterous. They would begin saying I was an half orc, or even deduce my true... I mean, uhm, what I meant to say was, it is more effective showmanship for me to appear every bit the orc and to say brilliant things.
55 Of course, but people will not accept a cultured orc. The very idea is preposterous. They would begin saying I was an half orc, or even deduce my true... I mean, uhm, what I meant to say was, it is more effective showmanship for me to appear every bit the orc and to say brilliant things.
56 Deduce your true what? You're not a pure bred orc?
65 Garfield Thelonius Remington the third, of pure human stock, at your service. I am not orc at all. Well, one can assume that somewhere in lineage there exists orc blood simply from looking at me. But my direct antecedents, my parents and grandparents, were fully human. Imagine their shock when I was born.
65 Garfield Thelonius Remington the third, of pure human stock, at your service. I am not orc at all. Well, one can assume that somewhere in lineage there exists orc blood simply from looking at me. But my direct antecedents, my parents and grandparents, were fully human. Imagine their shock when I was born.
66 So why do you do this? It seems rather demeaning.
67 So why do you do this? It seems rather demeaning.
74 I see. Well, good day, sir.
75 I am certain you are familiar with the scorn heaped upon those such as yourself, being of partial orcish blood. Imagine what it must be like for me in this life, being treated as a full blooded orc. Though this may seem demeaning, it is better than being spit on in the streets, or being no more than a slave in a factory.
75 I am certain you are familiar with the scorn heaped upon those such as yourself, being of partial orcish blood. Imagine what it must be like for me in this life, being treated as a full blooded orc. Though this may seem demeaning, it is better than being spit on in the streets, or being no more than a slave in a factory.
76 Are you owned by this museum, or are you free to leave?
77 It sounds to me as if you are a coward.
84 I can see your logic. I must take my leave now. Good luck.
85 I am a bit of an indentured servant of Mr. Parnell's. He paid my parents a good sum of coin to have me come work for him.
85 I am a bit of an indentured servant of Mr. Parnell's. He paid my parents a good sum of coin to have me come work for him.
86 That was a bit cruel of your parents to sell you off.
87 How long are you meant to be on display here?
95 Nonsense. I sold myself to Mr. Parnell over their objections. They were treated with scorn and derision because of me. My father lost his employment, his reputation, and his social standing. But even then, they would do nothing but love me as their son. The coin I received from Mr. Parnell has given them a comfortable life and rescued them from the poverty I caused.
95 Nonsense. I sold myself to Mr. Parnell over their objections. They were treated with scorn and derision because of me. My father lost his employment, his reputation, and his social standing. But even then, they would do nothing but love me as their son. The coin I received from Mr. Parnell has given them a comfortable life and rescued them from the poverty I caused.
96 How long are you meant to be on display here?
105 I will most likely stay here for the remainder of my existence, I have nothing else to do with my life. It's not so bad, actually. The only dreadful aspect of this existence is the sheer boredom. You can not imagine the idiocy of the common folk I must contend with on a daily basis.
105 I will most likely stay here for the remainder of my existence, I have nothing else to do with my life. It's not so bad, actually. The only dreadful aspect of this existence is the sheer boredom. You can not imagine the idiocy of the common folk I must contend with on a daily basis.
106 Why don't you join with me? I can promise it will not be boring.
107 It was a bit cruel of your parents to sell you into this situation.
108 Well, I think this is a good place for an ignorant orc such as you.
115 I appreciate the offer, but you have too large a group. I do not like crowds. Perhaps if there weren't so many in your party.
115 I appreciate the offer, but you have too large a group. I do not like crowds. Perhaps if there weren't so many in your party.
116 I see. Good day.
117 I offer you help and you snub me? I'll kill you for that!
125 I do not think that I would enjoy traveling with you. No offense.
125 I do not think that I would enjoy traveling with you. No offense.
126 That is quite alright, I get that quite a bit.
127 No offense? Would you take offense at me wounding you, fool?
135 While that sounds intriguing, I am indentured to Mr. Parnell for years to come, as I have said. It would cost quite a bit of coin to free me from my obligations.
135 While that sounds intriguing, I am indentured to Mr. Parnell for years to come, as I have said. It would cost quite a bit of coin to free me from my obligations.
136 If I were to secure your freedom, would you join with me?
145 Of course. I would find it invigorating to travel Arcanum, I believe.
145 Of course. I would find it invigorating to travel Arcanum, I believe.
146 I will try to negotiate on your behalf, then.
155 You must have seen how orcs are treated in this world. It is not pretty. Though my circumstances may seem demeaning, it is better than being spit on in the streets, or being no more than a slave in a factory.
155 You must have seen how orcs are treated in this world. It is not pretty. Though my circumstances may seem demeaning, it is better than being spit on in the streets, or being no more than a slave in a factory.
156 Are you owned by this museum, or are you free to leave?
165 [Gar's demeanor begins to change. His eyes begin to open fully, but then a look of realization crosses his face and he suddenly regains his old appearance.] Ugh. Gar no like green tea. Good for foreigner, not gentleman.
165 [Gar's demeanor begins to change. His eyes begin to open fully, but then a look of realization crosses his face and he suddenly regains his old appearance.] Ugh. Gar no like green tea. Good for foreigner, not gentleman.
166 You were going to say something else, weren't you?
167 What else can you tell me about?
175 No. Gar say only what Gar means.
175 No. Gar say only what Gar means.
176 What else can you tell me about?
185 [He looks at you as if you amuse him.] Gar not genius. Gar smarter than other orcs. Not smarter than professor of mathematics. I know 25 x 40 equals 1000. No other orc tell you that.
185 [He looks at you as if you amuse him.] Gar not genius. Gar smarter than other orcs. Not smarter than professor of mathematics. I know 25 x 40 equals 1000. No other orc tell you that.
186 That may be, but orcs are idiots.
187 Are you trying to insult me? We share blood, you know.
195 [He starts laughing.] You smart. Now you understand. Gar world smartest ORC.
195 [He starts laughing.] You smart. Now you understand. Gar world smartest ORC.
196 What else can you tell me about?
205 But you so superior to Gar. You have human blood. You smart. Gar only smart compared to other pure orc, not half orc.
205 But you so superior to Gar. You have human blood. You smart. Gar only smart compared to other pure orc, not half orc.
206 Okay, then. What else can you tell me about?
207 Don't patronize me, orc! I'll kill you!
215 [He looks around to make certain no one else is listening.] Oh, please. A fruit fly has more intelligence than you could ever hope to possess, my dimwitted friend. Now scamper along before you hurt yourself by attempting to think.
215 [He looks around to make certain no one else is listening.] Oh, please. A fruit fly has more intelligence than you could ever hope to possess, my dimwitted friend. Now scamper along before you hurt yourself by attempting to think.
216 Okay.
217 No! You mean guy! I kill you!
225 Tarant foremost representative democracy in Arcanum. Chairman Willoughsby try align Tarant with Caladon, cause him much trouble. Councilman Braithe call for him step down, us invade Caladon. He no like Caladon because it monarchy. Main question be can democracy join with monarchy and not destabilize.
225 Tarant foremost representative democracy in Arcanum. Chairman Willoughsby try align Tarant with Caladon, cause him much trouble. Councilman Braithe call for him step down, us invade Caladon. He no like Caladon because it monarchy. Main question be can democracy join with monarchy and not destabilize.
226 What else can you tell me of politics in Arcanum?
227 What else can you tell me about?
235 Cumbria kingdom dying. Refuse all technology. Lose all provinces. Gar think King Praetor stupid. Other places side Caladon or Tarant. Few try be alone.
235 Cumbria kingdom dying. Refuse all technology. Lose all provinces. Gar think King Praetor stupid. Other places side Caladon or Tarant. Few try be alone.
236 What else can you tell me about?
245 Nonsense. I sold myself to Mr. Parnell over their objections. They were treated with scorn and derision because of me. My father lost his employment, his reputation, and his social standing. But even then, they would do nothing but love me as their son. The coin I received from Mr. Parnell has given them a comfortable life and rescued them from the poverty I caused.
245 Nonsense. I sold myself to Mr. Parnell over their objections. They were treated with scorn and derision because of me. My father lost his employment, his reputation, and his social standing. But even then, they would do nothing but love me as their son. The coin I received from Mr. Parnell has given them a comfortable life and rescued them from the poverty I caused.
246 Why don't you join with me? I can take you out of here.
247 They should have killed you when you were born.
255 You may believe what you wish. I believe you are a brain damaged ignorant fool.
255 You may believe what you wish. I believe you are a brain damaged ignorant fool.
256 Ouch. I suppose I deserved that. Good day, sir.
257 I believe you are dead.
264 Your pathetic ignorance has cost you your life, harlot!
264 Your pathetic ignorance has cost you your life, swine!
275 How does the day find you, fair lady?
275 How does the day find you, good sir?
276 I've returned to ask if you'd join with me, again.
277 I've returned to ask you to join with me and leave this place.
278 Why are you staying here? It seems so demeaning.
279 Are you owned by this museum, or are you free to leave?
280 Why are you staying here? It seems so demeaning.
290 [Gar stares at you, displeasure radiating from his pores.] I don't approve of the way you treat people.
290 [Gar stares at you, displeasure radiating from his pores.] I don't approve of the way you treat people.
294 Please, Gar, join with me again. I apologize for my actions.
295 Perhaps you will approve of the way in which I kill you, dog!
300 I suppose I can forgive your actions...okay, then, I will do it!
300 I suppose I can forgive your actions...okay, then, I will do it!
304 Could do something for me, Gar?
305 I need you do something.
320 Good bye, madam. I thank you for returning my freedom to me.
320 Good bye, sir. I thank you for returning my freedom to me.
321 I'll be waiting here for you to return, madam.
321 I'll be waiting here for you to return, sir.
330 I am ready to follow you, madam.
330 I am ready to follow you, sir.
331 You don't need to follow me. You are a free man. I release you.
332 Okay. Let us be on our way, then.
350 Yes, madam? What would you have me do?
350 Yes, sir? What would you have me do?
354 Perhaps you could do something?
355 I need you do something.
357 You can stop waiting now, Gar...
358 You kin stop waitin', Gar!
360 What can I answer for you?
360 What can I answer for you?
361 I'd like to know a few things about you, Gar...
362 Do you know where P. Schuyler and sons is located?
363 What can you tell me about P. Schuyler and Sons?
364 Where does Gilbert Bates live?
365 What can you tell me about Gilbert Bates?
366 I wants know bout you gar guy!
367 Wheres Peeskyler and sons be at?
368 What you tells mme bout peeskyler and sons?
369 Where Bates at?
370 What you tell me bout Bates?
371 Would you happen to know where Qintarra is located?
372 What is the matter, Gar? You seem upset with me.
373 Where Kintuhra be?
374 What matter, Gar? You be mad at me.
375 What bout this place you be tellin' me?
376 What bout this place you be tellin' me?
377 What bout this place you be tellin' me?
379 What bout this place you be tellin' me?
380 What bout this place you be tellin' me?
381 What bout this place you be tellin' me?
382 What bout this place you be tellin' me?
384 What bout this place you be tellin' me?
388 What can you tell me of this place?
389 What do you know about this city?
390 What can you tell me about this place?
392 What do you know about this town?
393 What can you tell me of this place?
394 What can you tell me of this island?
395 What can you tell me of this place?
397 What can you tell me of this city?
399 Of course, madam.
399 Of course, sir.
470 What would ask of me, madam?
470 What would ask of me, sir?
471 Could you spread out a bit?
472 You too close. Move way.
473 You're too far away. Close ranks a bit, if you would.
474 You too far. You be closer.
475 Wait here for a while...
476 Uh...wait here a minnit...
477 Would you rejoin?
478 You join me. Agin.
479 It is time to go our separate ways, I fear.
480 I no want you in group no more...
497 Was there anything else I could do for you?
497 Was there anything else I could do for you?
512 This place is not known to me. As you know, I have had little opportunities to travel. It is difficult, looking as I do, to get out and about much, eh?
512 This place is not known to me. As you know, I have had little opportunities to travel. It is difficult, looking as I do, to get out and about much, eh?
520 Tarant? Not as much as I would like, as I didn't get out much, understandably. Some days Mr. Parnell would take me out for strolls to drum up business, though. I thoroughly enjoyed myself on those outings, as I am now. Have I mentioned how grateful I am to you for allowing me to travel with you?
520 Tarant? Not as much as I would like, as I didn't get out much, understandably. Some days Mr. Parnell would take me out for strolls to drum up business, though. I thoroughly enjoyed myself on those outings, as I am now. Have I mentioned how grateful I am to you for allowing me to travel with you?
521 That's, uh, great. But what can you tell me about Tarant?
523 Whut you say bout Tuhraunt?
530 Oh, yes, of course. Please excuse my ramblings. [He pauses to look around.] Well, on the southwest side of town there's the boil. [He shudders, involuntarily.] Disgusting place. Filled with Orcs and other refuse. And then, of course, up in the northeast we have the upper classes.
530 Oh, yes, of course. Please excuse my ramblings. [He pauses to look around.] Well, on the southwest side of town there's the boil. [He shudders, involuntarily.] Disgusting place. Filled with Orcs and other refuse. And then, of course, up in the northeast we have the upper classes.
531 I would think you'd be sympathetic to the orcs.
533 I think you would be likin orcses!
540 Why? Because I suffer the same indignities at the hands of civilized people? I think not! Those barely sentient monstrosities that I happen to resemble deserve their lot in life! I cannot feel remorse for them now that they are being put to work for the common good, instead of being allowed to skulk around some dungeon or to waylay passers by.
540 Why? Because I suffer the same indignities at the hands of civilized people? I think not! Those barely sentient monstrosities that I happen to resemble deserve their lot in life! I cannot feel remorse for them now that they are being put to work for the common good, instead of being allowed to skulk around some dungeon or to waylay passers by.
550 I believe Mr. Bates resides at the northeast end of the Kensington Broadway, if I recall correctly.
550 I believe Mr. Bates resides at the northeast end of the Kensington Broadway, if I recall correctly.
551 What can you tell me about him?
553 Whut you tells me bout him?
560 I've never met Mr. Bates, personally. He's much too famous to walk the streets. He'd be mobbed everywhere he went. I have had rather long and boring conversations with that Appleby fellow about Mr. Bates, though. I've never seen anyone hate someone else so much in my life.
560 I've never met Mr. Bates, personally. He's much too famous to walk the streets. He'd be mobbed everywhere he went. I have had rather long and boring conversations with that Appleby fellow about Mr. Bates, though. I've never seen anyone hate someone else so much in my life.
561 Appleby hates Mr. Bates? Why?
563 Where does Mr. Bates live?
565 Why that?
566 Where Bates guy live?
570 Well, uhm...hah! Imagine that! I can not rightly say. After the long tedious hours I've sat and listened to him drone on, I still cannot tell you exactly why he hates Mr. Bates. Professional jealousy, envy, who can say? Mr. Bates is a genius and Mr. Appleby is a fool, I suppose that is reason enough.
570 Well, uhm...hah! Imagine that! I can not rightly say. After the long tedious hours I've sat and listened to him drone on, I still cannot tell you exactly why he hates Mr. Bates. Professional jealousy, envy, who can say? Mr. Bates is a genius and Mr. Appleby is a fool, I suppose that is reason enough.
571 Where does this Appleby fellow live?
573 Where Apple be guy live?
580 I believe he lives somewhere along Low Dervish Way, in the factory district. I'm not certain, though.
580 I believe he lives somewhere along Low Dervish Way, in the factory district. I'm not certain, though.
590 Hmmm. I think I have heard it mentioned in the same breath as Devonshire Way. I am sorry I cannot give you more precise directions.
590 Hmmm. I think I have heard it mentioned in the same breath as Devonshire Way. I am sorry I cannot give you more precise directions.
591 What can you tell me about P. Schuyler and Sons?
593 Whut you say bout Peeskyler and sons?
600 Strange goings on there, it seems. I was always hearing rumors of the dark agents and shady dealings. But you know how people are, always gossiping about things they don't understand, so who is to say, really?
600 Strange goings on there, it seems. I was always hearing rumors of the dark agents and shady dealings. But you know how people are, always gossiping about things they don't understand, so who is to say, really?
601 What kind of dark rumors?
605 Grisly ends seem to meet those who deal with the Schuylers. There's even rumors of an association with ancient death cults.
605 Grisly ends seem to meet those who deal with the Schuylers. There's even rumors of an association with ancient death cults.
610 I would thank you to leave me alone, now.
610 I would thank you to leave me alone, now.
611 I would thank you to die!
612 What is the matter, Gar? You seem upset with me.
613 What matter Gur? You beein' mad ats me!?
620 I do not know, but I believe it is somewhere near Stillwater. We should travel to Stillwater and query the citizenry. Someone there must know where it is, I would assume.
620 I do not know, but I believe it is somewhere near Stillwater. We should travel to Stillwater and query the citizenry. Someone there must know where it is, I would assume.
625 Majestic Caladon! The longest standing monarchy in all of Arcanum. The Farads have ruled over their prosperous kingdom for over 1000 years! They've managed to maintain their prosperity by being open to changing with the vagaries of the day - they embrace both magic and technology.
625 Majestic Caladon! The longest standing monarchy in all of Arcanum. The Farads have ruled over their prosperous kingdom for over 1000 years! They've managed to maintain their prosperity by being open to changing with the vagaries of the day - they embrace both magic and technology.
630 Alas, poor Dernholm! Once home to the legendary Dragon Knights, it has fallen on hard times since Praetor became king some 60 odd years ago. He despises all technology, and I think he's recently become sour on magick as well.
630 Alas, poor Dernholm! Once home to the legendary Dragon Knights, it has fallen on hard times since Praetor became king some 60 odd years ago. He despises all technology, and I think he's recently become sour on magick as well.
635 Qintarra, "City of the Air" in the old elven tongue. Oldest elven city in all of Arcanum.
635 Qintarra, "City of the Air" in the old elven tongue. Oldest elven city in all of Arcanum.
636 I wasn't aware you knew the "old elven tongue".
640 Well, I wouldn't say I'm fluent in it, by any means, but I've picked up a few things over the years.
640 Well, I wouldn't say I'm fluent in it, by any means, but I've picked up a few things over the years.
645 Stillwater is home to the cult of Geshtianna. Bunch of sexual deviants, if you ask me, rutting around like farm animals, copulating with strangers! Disgusting!
645 Stillwater is home to the cult of Geshtianna. Bunch of sexual deviants, if you ask me, rutting around like farm animals, copulating with strangers! Disgusting!
646 Hold on there a minute - what's this about sex with strangers?
648 Whut you say? Sex?
650 Their whole festival celebrating their "goddess" is simply an excuse for a giant drunken orgy, if you ask me.
650 Their whole festival celebrating their "goddess" is simply an excuse for a giant drunken orgy, if you ask me.
651 I see. And when is this festival?
655 [He looks at you, suspiciously.] I'm sure I don't know. Why are you so interested in it, pray tell?
655 [He looks at you, suspiciously.] I'm sure I don't know. Why are you so interested in it, pray tell?
656 Oh, no reason. Can you answer some other questions for me?
659 Hmm? Oh, nevermind. Let's move on.
660 I am simply flabbergasted, madam! To have thought that someday I would be standing in Tulla, fabled city of the mages! All I know of this place is its fabled riches, both in knowledge and artifacts, and the fact that most believe it is a legend.
660 I am simply flabbergasted, sir! To have thought that someday I would be standing in Tulla, fabled city of the mages! All I know of this place is its fabled riches, both in knowledge and artifacts, and the fact that most believe it is a legend.
665 This island has been a penal colony for a century, at least, though I am not sure when it was actually first put to use in this manner. There is some sort of inexplicable field surrounding the island that makes teleportation off it impossible. A very important feature in a penal colony, say what?
665 This island has been a penal colony for a century, at least, though I am not sure when it was actually first put to use in this manner. There is some sort of inexplicable field surrounding the island that makes teleportation off it impossible. A very important feature in a penal colony, say what?
670 Not much is known about this place, except for the preponderance of monstrous beings that reside here. The name "Thanatos", Island of Death, is derived from the belief that travelling here means certain death.
670 Not much is known about this place, except for the preponderance of monstrous beings that reside here. The name "Thanatos", Island of Death, is derived from the belief that travelling here means certain death.
680 Greetings, madam.
680 Greetings, sir.




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