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2 Hello, madam. Might I ask who you are?
2 Hello, madam. Might I ask who you are?
3 Greetings, Z'an Al'urin. Might I impose on you for a moment?
3 Greetings, Z'an Al'urin. Might I impose on you for a moment?
5 I'm sorry, madam? Why do you say such things?
5 I'm sorry, madam? Why do you say such things?
6 Z'an Al'urin! Is there something I've done to offend you?
6 Z'an Al'urin! Is there something I've done to offend you?
8 Uh...who you?
8 Uh...who you?
12 Yes? What do you need?
12 Yes? What do you need?
12 Yes? What do you need?
12 Yes? What do you need?
13 You were going to tell me about the Dark Elves...
13 You were going to tell me about the Dark Elves...
14 Can you tell me what it is the Dark Elves are doing?
14 Can you tell me what it is the Dark Elves are doing?
15 I was thinking perhaps you'd like to join me...
15 I was thinking perhaps you'd like to join me...
16 Are you sure you wouldn't like to join me?
16 Are you sure you wouldn't like to join me?
19 [The elf woman before you, upon seeing your mental state, seems almost physically repulsed.] Ugghh. Leave me alone, woman. I've nothing to say to the likes of you.
19 [The elf woman before you, upon seeing your mental state, seems almost physically repulsed.] Ugghh. Leave me alone, woman. I've nothing to say to the likes of you.
19 [The elf woman before you, upon seeing your mental state, seems almost physically repulsed.] Ugghh. Leave me alone. I've nothing to say to the likes of you.
19 [The elf woman before you, upon seeing your mental state, seems almost physically repulsed.] Ugghh. Leave me alone. I've nothing to say to the likes of you.
20 Uh...I no like your words. Think I kill dumb elf woman...!
20 Uh...I no like your words. Think I kill dumb elf woman...!
23 Pitiful creature! Why are you wasting my time with your drivel! You're obviously not fit to speak with me...Begone!
23 Pitiful creature! Why are you wasting my time with your drivel! You're obviously not fit to speak with me...Begone!
23 Pitiful creature! Why are you wasting my time with your drivel! You're obviously not fit to speak with me...Begone!
23 Pitiful creature! Why are you wasting my time with your drivel! You're obviously not fit to speak with me...Begone!
24 I think, perhaps, that you've made a hasty assessment, madam...
24 I think, perhaps, that you've made a hasty assessment, madam...
25 Madam! There must be something I can do to impress you...?
25 Madam! There must be something I can do to impress you...?
26 Z'an Al'urin! I thought we were beyond these things...
26 Z'an Al'urin! I thought we were beyond these things...
27 Elf-woman, any more talk like that and it won't go well for you...
27 Elf-woman, any more talk like that and it won't go well for you...
30 What? You, an outlander, dare to threaten a Dark Elf here, in T'sen-Ang? I could have you killed on the spot for even thinking such a thing! Perhaps I'll do it myself...
30 What? You, an outlander, dare to threaten a Dark Elf here, in T'sen-Ang? I could have you killed on the spot for even thinking such a thing! Perhaps I'll do it myself...
30 What? You, an outlander, dare to threaten a Dark Elf here, in T'sen-Ang? I could have you killed on the spot for even thinking such a thing! Perhaps I'll do it myself...
30 What? You, an outlander, dare to threaten a Dark Elf here, in T'sen-Ang? I could have you killed on the spot for even thinking such a thing! Perhaps I'll do it myself...
31 Perhaps I was a bit out of line. Accept my apologies...
31 Perhaps I was a bit out of line. Accept my apologies...
32 Your burial arrangements will be less worrisome so close to home...
32 Your burial arrangements will be less worrisome so close to home...
35 Fool. You've no idea the trouble you've gotten yourself in...
35 Fool. You've no idea the trouble you've gotten yourself in...
35 Fool. You've no idea the trouble you've gotten yourself in...
35 Fool. You've no idea the trouble you've gotten yourself in...
37 [She looks at you, haughtily.] Perhaps I will deign to speak with you for a moment or two. Consider yourself lucky...
37 [She looks at you, haughtily.] Perhaps I will deign to speak with you for a moment or two. Consider yourself lucky...
37 [She looks at you, haughtily.] Perhaps I will deign to speak with you for a moment or two. Consider yourself lucky...
37 [She looks at you, haughtily.] Perhaps I will deign to speak with you for a moment or two. Consider yourself lucky...
38 Thank you so very much? Might I ask who you are?
38 Thank you so very much? Might I ask who you are?
39 I really appreciate it, Z'an Al'urin. Do you have a moment?
39 I really appreciate it, Z'an Al'urin. Do you have a moment?
42 [The Dark Elf woman seems a little surprised at her own words.] Uh...perhaps you're right. I may have been a little hasty with my first impressions of you. Perhaps we might speak for a few moments...
42 [The Dark Elf woman seems a little surprised at her own words.] Uh...perhaps you're right. I may have been a little hasty with my first impressions of you. Perhaps we might speak for a few moments...
42 [The Dark Elf woman seems a little surprised at her own words.] Uh...perhaps you're right. I may have been a little hasty with my first impressions of you. Perhaps we might speak for a few moments...
42 [The Dark Elf woman seems a little surprised at her own words.] Uh...perhaps you're right. I may have been a little hasty with my first impressions of you. Perhaps we might speak for a few moments...
43 I'm so very glad. Might I ask your name?
43 I'm so very glad. Might I ask your name?
44 Good, Z'an Al'urin. Might we speak for a few moments?
44 Good, Z'an Al'urin. Might we speak for a few moments?
47 I am Z'an Al'urin, warrior-priestess of the Dark Elves. [She gives you an uncertain look, calculating.] And who are you, stranger? You've never before seen the trees of T'sen-Ang...of that I am certain...
47 I am Z'an Al'urin, warrior-priestess of the Dark Elves. [She gives you an uncertain look, calculating.] And who are you, stranger? You've never before seen the trees of T'sen-Ang...of that I am certain...
47 I am Z'an Al'urin, warrior-priestess of the Dark Elves. [She gives you an uncertain look, calculating.] And who are you, stranger? You've never before seen the trees of T'sen-Ang...of that I am certain...
47 I am Z'an Al'urin, warrior-priestess of the Dark Elves. [She gives you an uncertain look, calculating.] And who are you, stranger? You've never before seen the trees of T'sen-Ang...of that I am certain...
48 I am @PCNAME@.
48 I am @PCNAME@.
49 One's name is rarely important, madam...
49 One's name is rarely important, madam...
50 Who I am and why I'm here are MY business...
50 Who I am and why I'm here are MY business...
52 [She gives you an appraising nod.] Hmmm. Honesty. You surprise me. You take a large risk in exposing yourself to me...especially considering what you are...
52 [She gives you an appraising nod.] Hmmm. Honesty. You surprise me. You take a large risk in exposing yourself to me...especially considering what you are...
52 [She gives you an appraising nod.] Hmmm. Honesty. You surprise me. You take a large risk in exposing yourself to me...especially considering what you are...
52 [She gives you an appraising nod.] Hmmm. Honesty. You surprise me. You take a large risk in exposing yourself to me...especially considering what you are...
53 And what exactly do you mean by that?
53 And what exactly do you mean by that?
54 I think you're mistaking me for someone else...
54 I think you're mistaking me for someone else...
55 I've always found honesty to be the only road to real truth...
55 I've always found honesty to be the only road to real truth...
56 Who said I was being honest?
56 Who said I was being honest?
59 [She looks at you closely, a little confused, seeming to make a decision.] Perhaps you're right, and in more ways than you think, @PCNAME@. Even I am sometimes mistaken...maybe you are not the person I thought you were. Good day to you, then...
59 [She looks at you closely, a little confused, seeming to make a decision.] Perhaps you're right, and in more ways than you think, @PCNAME@. Even I am sometimes mistaken...maybe you are not the person I thought you were. Good day to you, then...
59 [She looks at you closely, a little confused, seeming to make a decision.] Perhaps you're right, and in more ways than you think, @PCNAME@. Even I am sometimes mistaken...maybe you are not the person I thought you were. Good day to you, then...
59 [She looks at you closely, a little confused, seeming to make a decision.] Perhaps you're right, and in more ways than you think, @PCNAME@. Even I am sometimes mistaken...maybe you are not the person I thought you were. Good day to you, then...
60 Wait! What do you mean? Who do you think I am?
60 Wait! What do you mean? Who do you think I am?
61 And I have nothing left to say to you, Dark Elf. Good day...
61 And I have nothing left to say to you, Dark Elf. Good day...
64 Impressive, @PCNAME@. That is a lesson that few learn in this life, although it seems so very, very simple. Oftentimes, we walk in the shadows while trying to see the light, afraid of facing it before we really understand it. But, both the journey and the goal are important, and rarely can we separate the two...
64 Impressive, @PCNAME@. That is a lesson that few learn in this life, although it seems so very, very simple. Oftentimes, we walk in the shadows while trying to see the light, afraid of facing it before we really understand it. But, both the journey and the goal are important, and rarely can we separate the two...
64 Impressive, @PCNAME@. That is a lesson that few learn in this life, although it seems so very, very simple. Oftentimes, we walk in the shadows while trying to see the light, afraid of facing it before we really understand it. But, both the journey and the goal are important, and rarely can we separate the two...
64 Impressive, @PCNAME@. That is a lesson that few learn in this life, although it seems so very, very simple. Oftentimes, we walk in the shadows while trying to see the light, afraid of facing it before we really understand it. But, both the journey and the goal are important, and rarely can we separate the two...
65 I agree. And what about you? What is it YOU seek?
65 I agree. And what about you? What is it YOU seek?
66 I don't agree. Sometimes the ends justify the means...
66 I don't agree. Sometimes the ends justify the means...
69 Really? I find that a little sad, @PCNAME@. I don't believe there is a way to separate a creation from its materials...a beautiful statue carved from flawed stone will eventually break, leaving it unwhole and wasted. The way we live our lives can be no different...
69 Really? I find that a little sad, @PCNAME@. I don't believe there is a way to separate a creation from its materials...a beautiful statue carved from flawed stone will eventually break, leaving it unwhole and wasted. The way we live our lives can be no different...
69 Really? I find that a little sad, @PCNAME@. I don't believe there is a way to separate a creation from its materials...a beautiful statue carved from flawed stone will eventually break, leaving it unwhole and wasted. The way we live our lives can be no different...
69 Really? I find that a little sad, @PCNAME@. I don't believe there is a way to separate a creation from its materials...a beautiful statue carved from flawed stone will eventually break, leaving it unwhole and wasted. The way we live our lives can be no different...
70 Perhaps you're right. But why is this important to you...?
70 Perhaps you're right. But why is this important to you...?
71 The path is never important, only what lies at the end.
71 The path is never important, only what lies at the end.
73 I see you are not who I thought you were. Farewell, @PCNAME@...we've nothing left to say to each other...
73 I see you are not who I thought you were. Farewell, @PCNAME@...we've nothing left to say to each other...
73 I see you are not who I thought you were. Farewell, @PCNAME@...we've nothing left to say to each other...
73 I see you are not who I thought you were. Farewell, @PCNAME@...we've nothing left to say to each other...
74 Wait! What do you mean? Who do you think I am?
74 Wait! What do you mean? Who do you think I am?
75 And I have nothing left to say to you, Dark Elf. Good day...
75 And I have nothing left to say to you, Dark Elf. Good day...
77 [She smirks, arching an eyebrow.] Oh, really? I'd have to say that I think you're very, very wrong. One's name is often a reflection of who they are, or what they are doing. To know someone's name is to wield power over them; to give someone your name is often an act of trust...
77 [She smirks, arching an eyebrow.] Oh, really? I'd have to say that I think you're very, very wrong. One's name is often a reflection of who they are, or what they are doing. To know someone's name is to wield power over them; to give someone your name is often an act of trust...
77 [She smirks, arching an eyebrow.] Oh, really? I'd have to say that I think you're very, very wrong. One's name is often a reflection of who they are, or what they are doing. To know someone's name is to wield power over them; to give someone your name is often an act of trust...
77 [She smirks, arching an eyebrow.] Oh, really? I'd have to say that I think you're very, very wrong. One's name is often a reflection of who they are, or what they are doing. To know someone's name is to wield power over them; to give someone your name is often an act of trust...
78 I fear no one's power over me. I am @PCNAME@.
78 I fear no one's power over me. I am @PCNAME@.
79 Trust must be given wisely. I am @PCNAME@.
79 Trust must be given wisely. I am @PCNAME@.
82 Regardless, I don't give my name to just anyone...
82 Regardless, I don't give my name to just anyone...
86 [She laughs at you.] There are many reasons to share gifts, @PCNAME@, but bravado is the worst of them. And if I were you, I'd fear ANYONE here knowing you're name.
86 [She laughs at you.] There are many reasons to share gifts, @PCNAME@, but bravado is the worst of them. And if I were you, I'd fear ANYONE here knowing you're name.
86 [She laughs at you.] There are many reasons to share gifts, @PCNAME@, but bravado is the worst of them. And if I were you, I'd fear ANYONE here knowing you're name.
86 [She laughs at you.] There are many reasons to share gifts, @PCNAME@, but bravado is the worst of them. And if I were you, I'd fear ANYONE here knowing you're name.
87 And why would you say that, Z'an Al'urin?
87 And why would you say that, Z'an Al'urin?
88 I tire of this, and of you. Farewell, Dark Elf.
88 I tire of this, and of you. Farewell, Dark Elf.
90 We've nothing left to say to one another...
90 We've nothing left to say to one another...
90 We've nothing left to say to one another...
90 We've nothing left to say to one another...
92 Caution is the cloak of the wise...[She laughs. It is like slow, dark music.]...and of the breathing. I can respect a man who holds what is dear to him close to his heart. And I think you have much to hold, stranger. Many thoughts, and many secrets...
92 Caution is the cloak of the wise...[She laughs. It is like slow, dark music.]...and of the breathing. I can respect a man who holds what is dear to him close to his heart. And I think you have much to hold, stranger. Many thoughts, and many secrets...
92 Caution is the cloak of the wise...[She laughs. It is like slow, dark music.]...and of the breathing. I can respect a man who holds what is dear to him close to his heart. And I think you have much to hold, stranger. Many thoughts, and many secrets...
92 Caution is the cloak of the wise...[She laughs. It is like slow, dark music.]...and of the breathing. I can respect a man who holds what is dear to him close to his heart. And I think you have much to hold, stranger. Many thoughts, and many secrets...
94 I have nothing to hide. I am @PCNAME@.
94 I have nothing to hide. I am @PCNAME@.
95 You seem one who is no stranger to cloaks and secrets, madam...
95 You seem one who is no stranger to cloaks and secrets, madam...
96 Don't pretend to understand who I am. You've no idea...
96 Don't pretend to understand who I am. You've no idea...
99 You are correct. I am no stranger to those ways. I, too, hold much in my heart that is not for the eyes of the world. Not often do I meet someone with whom I can share these things...[She gives you an intense stare. She seems to struggle with the words, then shakes her head.] Perhaps it is best that I go...
99 You are correct. I am no stranger to those ways. I, too, hold much in my heart that is not for the eyes of the world. Not often do I meet someone with whom I can share these things...[She gives you an intense stare. She seems to struggle with the words, then shakes her head.] Perhaps it is best that I go...
99 You are correct. I am no stranger to those ways. I, too, hold much in my heart that is not for the eyes of the world. Not often do I meet someone with whom I can share these things...[She gives you an intense stare. She seems to struggle with the words, then shakes her head.] Perhaps it is best that I go...
99 You are correct. I am no stranger to those ways. I, too, hold much in my heart that is not for the eyes of the world. Not often do I meet someone with whom I can share these things...[She gives you an intense stare. She seems to struggle with the words, then shakes her head.] Perhaps it is best that I go...
100 Wait. My name is @PCNAME@.
100 Wait. My name is @PCNAME@.
108 Yes. Some secrets are better left unsaid...
108 Yes. Some secrets are better left unsaid...
111 Really? You might be surprised. Am I wrong in assuming that you're seeking answers to questions that lead to even more questions? Do you not bear a great responsibility, which sometimes seems no responsibility at all? Am I wrong?
111 Really? You might be surprised. Am I wrong in assuming that you're seeking answers to questions that lead to even more questions? Do you not bear a great responsibility, which sometimes seems no responsibility at all? Am I wrong?
111 Really? You might be surprised. Am I wrong in assuming that you're seeking answers to questions that lead to even more questions? Do you not bear a great responsibility, which sometimes seems no responsibility at all? Am I wrong?
111 Really? You might be surprised. Am I wrong in assuming that you're seeking answers to questions that lead to even more questions? Do you not bear a great responsibility, which sometimes seems no responsibility at all? Am I wrong?
112 Hmmm. You're extremely perceptive. What else?
112 Hmmm. You're extremely perceptive. What else?
113 Wrong on all counts. You see nothing...
113 Wrong on all counts. You see nothing...
115 I don't know exactly who you are, @PCNAME@, but I do know that you don't belong here. Sometimes I...I see things that others cannot. I know that you're road has been long, and that you're in grave danger by being here. [She gives you a hooded glance.] I suppose you could say that meeting me has increased that danger...
115 I don't know exactly who you are, @PCNAME@, but I do know that you don't belong here. Sometimes I...I see things that others cannot. I know that you're road has been long, and that you're in grave danger by being here. [She gives you a hooded glance.] I suppose you could say that meeting me has increased that danger...
115 I don't know exactly who you are, @PCNAME@, but I do know that you don't belong here. Sometimes I...I see things that others cannot. I know that you're road has been long, and that you're in grave danger by being here. [She gives you a hooded glance.] I suppose you could say that meeting me has increased that danger...
115 I don't know exactly who you are, @PCNAME@, but I do know that you don't belong here. Sometimes I...I see things that others cannot. I know that you're road has been long, and that you're in grave danger by being here. [She gives you a hooded glance.] I suppose you could say that meeting me has increased that danger...
116 Really? For some reason I don't feel you pose a threat...
116 Really? For some reason I don't feel you pose a threat...
118 Perhaps you're right. I might be forced to solve that problem...
118 Perhaps you're right. I might be forced to solve that problem...
120 [She laughs, throwing her head back.] Don't be a fool, @PCNAME@. If I posed any threat to you, you would already be dead. I hold your secrets in my mind, and in my heart. I don't plan on sharing them with anyone...yet...
120 [She laughs, throwing her head back.] Don't be a fool, @PCNAME@. If I posed any threat to you, you would already be dead. I hold your secrets in my mind, and in my heart. I don't plan on sharing them with anyone...yet...
120 [She laughs, throwing her head back.] Don't be a fool, @PCNAME@. If I posed any threat to you, you would already be dead. I hold your secrets in my mind, and in my heart. I don't plan on sharing them with anyone...yet...
120 [She laughs, throwing her head back.] Don't be a fool, @PCNAME@. If I posed any threat to you, you would already be dead. I hold your secrets in my mind, and in my heart. I don't plan on sharing them with anyone...yet...
121 What do you mean? What secrets?
121 What do you mean? What secrets?
122 That's right. Because you're going to be dead...
122 That's right. Because you're going to be dead...
124 [She gives you a long, hard look.] That still remains to be seen, @PCNAME@. But, unlike many of my brethren and sisters here, I am seeking answers to difficult questions. Blind devotion to a cause is the easiest path to take, and the most foolish. I wish to shed light on the path ahead, and choose the best way to travel. Those answers, I think, begin with you...
124 [She gives you a long, hard look.] That still remains to be seen, @PCNAME@. But, unlike many of my brethren and sisters here, I am seeking answers to difficult questions. Blind devotion to a cause is the easiest path to take, and the most foolish. I wish to shed light on the path ahead, and choose the best way to travel. Those answers, I think, begin with you...
124 [She gives you a long, hard look.] That still remains to be seen, @PCNAME@. But, unlike many of my brethren and sisters here, I am seeking answers to difficult questions. Blind devotion to a cause is the easiest path to take, and the most foolish. I wish to shed light on the path ahead, and choose the best way to travel. Those answers, I think, begin with you...
124 [She gives you a long, hard look.] That still remains to be seen, @PCNAME@. But, unlike many of my brethren and sisters here, I am seeking answers to difficult questions. Blind devotion to a cause is the easiest path to take, and the most foolish. I wish to shed light on the path ahead, and choose the best way to travel. Those answers, I think, begin with you...
125 Really? And why would you think that, Z'an Al'urin...?
125 Really? And why would you think that, Z'an Al'urin...?
127 I...I see things. When you walked into T'sen-Ang, I saw something around you...a great latticework of wood and iron, and it carried a great weight which weighed nothing at all. These are the visions I see, @PCNAME@. What they mean, I don't always know, but I do know that YOU are somehow important to me...
127 I...I see things. When you walked into T'sen-Ang, I saw something around you...a great latticework of wood and iron, and it carried a great weight which weighed nothing at all. These are the visions I see, @PCNAME@. What they mean, I don't always know, but I do know that YOU are somehow important to me...
127 I...I see things. When you walked into T'sen-Ang, I saw something around you...a great latticework of wood and iron, and it carried a great weight which weighed nothing at all. These are the visions I see, @PCNAME@. What they mean, I don't always know, but I do know that YOU are somehow important to me...
127 I...I see things. When you walked into T'sen-Ang, I saw something around you...a great latticework of wood and iron, and it carried a great weight which weighed nothing at all. These are the visions I see, @PCNAME@. What they mean, I don't always know, but I do know that YOU are somehow important to me...
128 Why? What answers are YOU seeking, Z'an Al'urin...?
128 Why? What answers are YOU seeking, Z'an Al'urin...?
133 [She is silent for a while, considering you with her dark eyes. Then...] What do you know of the Dark Elves, @PCNAME@? Do you know the differences between us and our cousins in Qintarra?
133 [She is silent for a while, considering you with her dark eyes. Then...] What do you know of the Dark Elves, @PCNAME@? Do you know the differences between us and our cousins in Qintarra?
133 [She is silent for a while, considering you with her dark eyes. Then...] What do you know of the Dark Elves, @PCNAME@? Do you know the differences between us and our cousins in Qintarra?
133 [She is silent for a while, considering you with her dark eyes. Then...] What do you know of the Dark Elves, @PCNAME@? Do you know the differences between us and our cousins in Qintarra?
134 Yes, I know of the philosophical differences...
134 Yes, I know of the philosophical differences...
135 I know almost nothing of the Dark Elves...
135 I know almost nothing of the Dark Elves...
136 Let's speak of this later...
136 Let's speak of this later...
138 I see. Well, the Dark Elves differ from other elves in one important way. They believe that only the elves are fit to rule, that the reason for the current state of our world is due to the fact that the elves no longer guide the other races as they once did. They believe that Arronax was right when he waged war against Nasrudin, so many years ago...
138 I see. Well, the Dark Elves differ from other elves in one important way. They believe that only the elves are fit to rule, that the reason for the current state of our world is due to the fact that the elves no longer guide the other races as they once did. They believe that Arronax was right when he waged war against Nasrudin, so many years ago...
138 I see. Well, the Dark Elves differ from other elves in one important way. They believe that only the elves are fit to rule, that the reason for the current state of our world is due to the fact that the elves no longer guide the other races as they once did. They believe that Arronax was right when he waged war against Nasrudin, so many years ago...
138 I see. Well, the Dark Elves differ from other elves in one important way. They believe that only the elves are fit to rule, that the reason for the current state of our world is due to the fact that the elves no longer guide the other races as they once did. They believe that Arronax was right when he waged war against Nasrudin, so many years ago...
139 What is important about Arronax and Nasrudin?
139 What is important about Arronax and Nasrudin?
140 You keep saying "they". Aren't you a Dark Elf, Z'an Al'urin?
140 You keep saying "they". Aren't you a Dark Elf, Z'an Al'urin?
141 Let's speak of this later...
141 Let's speak of this later...
144 Arronax and Nasrudin are elves who reputedly lived during the Age of Legends. Some elves wonder if they weren't myths themselves, stories created to lend structure to doctrine and ideology. I, myself, think they were real...
144 Arronax and Nasrudin are elves who reputedly lived during the Age of Legends. Some elves wonder if they weren't myths themselves, stories created to lend structure to doctrine and ideology. I, myself, think they were real...
144 Arronax and Nasrudin are elves who reputedly lived during the Age of Legends. Some elves wonder if they weren't myths themselves, stories created to lend structure to doctrine and ideology. I, myself, think they were real...
144 Arronax and Nasrudin are elves who reputedly lived during the Age of Legends. Some elves wonder if they weren't myths themselves, stories created to lend structure to doctrine and ideology. I, myself, think they were real...
145 But why are they important? What did they believe?
145 But why are they important? What did they believe?
150 Nasrudin was the leader of the Elven Council, and that council ruled all of Arcanum and passed down law to all of the races. Nasrudin believed in the natural place of all living things, and none more important than the others. If anything, he saw it his place to rule only because of his open-minded philosophy...
150 Nasrudin was the leader of the Elven Council, and that council ruled all of Arcanum and passed down law to all of the races. Nasrudin believed in the natural place of all living things, and none more important than the others. If anything, he saw it his place to rule only because of his open-minded philosophy...
150 Nasrudin was the leader of the Elven Council, and that council ruled all of Arcanum and passed down law to all of the races. Nasrudin believed in the natural place of all living things, and none more important than the others. If anything, he saw it his place to rule only because of his open-minded philosophy...
150 Nasrudin was the leader of the Elven Council, and that council ruled all of Arcanum and passed down law to all of the races. Nasrudin believed in the natural place of all living things, and none more important than the others. If anything, he saw it his place to rule only because of his open-minded philosophy...
151 And Arronax...?
151 And Arronax...?
153 Arronax believed that the other races were helpless, hapless beings who would destroy Arcanum if left unchecked. He and Nasrudin went to war, and Arronax was defeated...banished forever to the Void. The Dark Elves believe in what Arronax stood for...they wish for the elves, and the elves only, to rule over Arcanum...
153 Arronax believed that the other races were helpless, hapless beings who would destroy Arcanum if left unchecked. He and Nasrudin went to war, and Arronax was defeated...banished forever to the Void. The Dark Elves believe in what Arronax stood for...they wish for the elves, and the elves only, to rule over Arcanum...
153 Arronax believed that the other races were helpless, hapless beings who would destroy Arcanum if left unchecked. He and Nasrudin went to war, and Arronax was defeated...banished forever to the Void. The Dark Elves believe in what Arronax stood for...they wish for the elves, and the elves only, to rule over Arcanum...
153 Arronax believed that the other races were helpless, hapless beings who would destroy Arcanum if left unchecked. He and Nasrudin went to war, and Arronax was defeated...banished forever to the Void. The Dark Elves believe in what Arronax stood for...they wish for the elves, and the elves only, to rule over Arcanum...
154 You keep saying "they". Aren't you a Dark Elf, Z'an Al'urin?
154 You keep saying "they". Aren't you a Dark Elf, Z'an Al'urin?
156 Then you know that the Dark Elves, like Arronax, want Arcanum to once again be ruled elves, and elves only. They will stop at nothing to make this a reality. [She seems almost to shudder.] They've already done much, and are still doing so...
156 Then you know that the Dark Elves, like Arronax, want Arcanum to once again be ruled elves, and elves only. They will stop at nothing to make this a reality. [She seems almost to shudder.] They've already done much, and are still doing so...
156 Then you know that the Dark Elves, like Arronax, want Arcanum to once again be ruled elves, and elves only. They will stop at nothing to make this a reality. [She seems almost to shudder.] They've already done much, and are still doing so...
156 Then you know that the Dark Elves, like Arronax, want Arcanum to once again be ruled elves, and elves only. They will stop at nothing to make this a reality. [She seems almost to shudder.] They've already done much, and are still doing so...
157 You keep saying "they". Aren't you a Dark Elf, Z'an Al'urin?
157 You keep saying "they". Aren't you a Dark Elf, Z'an Al'urin?
159 Yes...yes I am. [She looks down.] I am a Dark Elf. Sometimes that is a burden, @PCNAME@. I...I don't know exactly what I believe anymore. I see visions, and these visions tell me that there is something very wrong with what the Dark Elves are working for, something very wrong with all that they have done...
159 Yes...yes I am. [She looks down.] I am a Dark Elf. Sometimes that is a burden, @PCNAME@. I...I don't know exactly what I believe anymore. I see visions, and these visions tell me that there is something very wrong with what the Dark Elves are working for, something very wrong with all that they have done...
159 Yes...yes I am. [She looks down.] I am a Dark Elf. Sometimes that is a burden, @PCNAME@. I...I don't know exactly what I believe anymore. I see visions, and these visions tell me that there is something very wrong with what the Dark Elves are working for, something very wrong with all that they have done...
159 Yes...yes I am. [She looks down.] I am a Dark Elf. Sometimes that is a burden, @PCNAME@. I...I don't know exactly what I believe anymore. I see visions, and these visions tell me that there is something very wrong with what the Dark Elves are working for, something very wrong with all that they have done...
160 Why? What have they done?
160 Why? What have they done?
161 Then perhaps your place is not here among them...
161 Then perhaps your place is not here among them...




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