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1 Greetings, my friend...it seems...well, it seems we both have come a long way. [Virgil seems changed. There is a strange look in his eyes...one of peace, but also one of emptiness. He regards you calmly.] Thank you. Thank you for bringing me back...
1 Greetings, my friend...it seems...well, it seems we both have come a long way. [Virgil seems changed. There is a strange look in his eyes...one of peace, but also one of emptiness. He regards you calmly.] Thank you. Thank you for bringing me back...
2 Virgil, what happened here?
3 Whut happen here?
5 These men...they were the men who killed my brother, Lawrence. [He looks around at them, almost with pity.] I had come here tonight to confront my past, once and for all. I knew that it would most certainly lead to my own death, but I just couldn't run from it any longer...
5 These men...they were the men who killed my brother, Lawrence. [He looks around at them, almost with pity.] I had come here tonight to confront my past, once and for all. I knew that it would most certainly lead to my own death, but I just couldn't run from it any longer...
6 Can you tell me the story, Virgil?
7 Tell me bout it?
9 Yes...it no longer holds any power over me. [He takes a deep breath.] Before I met you, before I met Joachim, I was very different. I was a criminal, really, an evil man...there's no other way to say it, and I don't mind admitting it to you now...
9 Yes...it no longer holds any power over me. [He takes a deep breath.] Before I met you, before I met Joachim, I was very different. I was a criminal, really, an evil man...there's no other way to say it, and I don't mind admitting it to you now...
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12 I lived my life like a dead man...well, at least in the sense that I used to view such things. I cared very little for anything at all, I lived only from moment to moment, no sense of right or wrong...I stole, or lied, or even killed with no thought for morality or consequence. And the men I associated with were the same way...such lives feed upon themselves...
12 I lived my life like a dead man...well, at least in the sense that I used to view such things. I cared very little for anything at all, I lived only from moment to moment, no sense of right or wrong...I stole, or lied, or even killed with no thought for morality or consequence. And the men I associated with were the same way...such lives feed upon themselves...
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15 My family moved to Caladon when I was younger. Lawrence and I were close in our early years, but the life I chose to lead as I grew older was repulsive to him, and we finally had a falling out. At the time, I didn't care...the dead have no family, and remember not their pasts...
15 My family moved to Caladon when I was younger. Lawrence and I were close in our early years, but the life I chose to lead as I grew older was repulsive to him, and we finally had a falling out. At the time, I didn't care...the dead have no family, and remember not their pasts...
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18 This place [He motions around him.] is a place for the walking dead...a place where men gather to feed their darker sides. I knew it well...too well. I spent a lot of time here...time and money. I also gambled with men who make a living doing so...and one night I lost more money than I had...
18 This place [He motions around him.] is a place for the walking dead...a place where men gather to feed their darker sides. I knew it well...too well. I spent a lot of time here...time and money. I also gambled with men who make a living doing so...and one night I lost more money than I had...
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21 I was threatened physically when I couldn't pay...but what is pain to dead men? I laughed and bled and spat on them. It was only then that they threatened to kill my brother if I didn't pay. Of course, I thought it only a threat, and, really, in the end I didn't feel anything about the matter. I'd left all of that behind me...or at least that's what I thought...
21 I was threatened physically when I couldn't pay...but what is pain to dead men? I laughed and bled and spat on them. It was only then that they threatened to kill my brother if I didn't pay. Of course, I thought it only a threat, and, really, in the end I didn't feel anything about the matter. I'd left all of that behind me...or at least that's what I thought...
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24 I can't tell you the pain which tore open my very soul when I found Lawrence, bleeding and broken, the life gone out of him. I cursed myself, and the gods, and everything else I had forsaken, and I ran. I ran so far and so fast that I don't remember anything until I woke up on the doorstep of the Panarii temple where Joachim took me in...
24 I can't tell you the pain which tore open my very soul when I found Lawrence, bleeding and broken, the life gone out of him. I cursed myself, and the gods, and everything else I had forsaken, and I ran. I ran so far and so fast that I don't remember anything until I woke up on the doorstep of the Panarii temple where Joachim took me in...
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27 I was just saying that I came here tonight to face my past, and to avenge my brother whom I betrayed. These men were the men who killed him. I knew that I wouldn't survive, but the weight of his death, and my cowardice, were too much to bear any longer. And here you found me...
27 I was just saying that I came here tonight to face my past, and to avenge my brother whom I betrayed. These men were the men who killed him. I knew that I wouldn't survive, but the weight of his death, and my cowardice, were too much to bear any longer. And here you found me...
28 Can I ask you a few questions about it, Virgil?
29 I'm glad you're back. Will you join us, again...
30 Well, I'm glad you're alive. I must be going...
31 Uh...okay. You join me again?
32 I glad you alive. But I gotta go...
34 Yes, of course...
34 Yes, of course...
35 Tell me Virgil...was it worth it? Do you feel that weight any less?
36 And what about death, Virgil? Tell me of it...
37 You should have told me. I would have helped you...
38 I'm glad you're back. Will you join us, again...
39 Well, I'm glad you're alive. I must be going...
40 Uh...okay. You wanna join me again?
41 I glad you alive. But I gotta go...
43 [He is silent for a moment.] Yes...I, well...I saw Lawrence, you see...I saw him on the other side. We didn't really speak, but I felt that he was at peace, that he held no ill will towards me. That lessened my guilt, allowed me to see that those choices I'd made were made by someone else...another man...and that I had left that man behind...
43 [He is silent for a moment.] Yes...I, well...I saw Lawrence, you see...I saw him on the other side. We didn't really speak, but I felt that he was at peace, that he held no ill will towards me. That lessened my guilt, allowed me to see that those choices I'd made were made by someone else...another man...and that I had left that man behind...
44 The other side...tell me about death, Virgil. What was it like?
45 A few more questions...
47 It was...[He seems unable to put it into words.]...well, peaceful, I suppose. I remember very little...I have memories of a gray place, warm, silent...there was no pain there, no suffering...and I remember feeling that it was boundless...a place that was no place...not a prison nor a punishment, but freedom without end.
47 It was...[He seems unable to put it into words.]...well, peaceful, I suppose. I remember very little...I have memories of a gray place, warm, silent...there was no pain there, no suffering...and I remember feeling that it was boundless...a place that was no place...not a prison nor a punishment, but freedom without end.
48 You sound as if you enjoyed it, somehow...
49 A few more questions...
51 I did, in a strange way. You've no idea what its like to let go of everything that constitutes our struggles in this life...pain, greed, envy, guilt. It's liberating, even in its emptiness. [He thinks a moment.] I can honestly say that I wanted to come back, to finish what I'd began with you, but that a small part of wanted very badly to stay. And I think that I carry that gray place with me always...a small piece of death...
51 I did, in a strange way. You've no idea what its like to let go of everything that constitutes our struggles in this life...pain, greed, envy, guilt. It's liberating, even in its emptiness. [He thinks a moment.] I can honestly say that I wanted to come back, to finish what I'd began with you, but that a small part of wanted very badly to stay. And I think that I carry that gray place with me always...a small piece of death...
52 A few more questions...
54 I know you would have, but this was a journey that I had to make myself. [He laughs.] This all sounds so bloody serious, doesn't it? This wise-and-introspective gibberish doesn't fit me very well. I'll do my best to put a cap on it. But it has changed me for the better, and I thank you once again...
54 I know you would have, but this was a journey that I had to make myself. [He laughs.] This all sounds so bloody serious, doesn't it? This wise-and-introspective gibberish doesn't fit me very well. I'll do my best to put a cap on it. But it has changed me for the better, and I thank you once again...
55 A few more questions...
57 Was there anything else, my friend?
57 Was there anything else, my friend?
58 A few more questions...
61 Yes, of course I will journey with you--as your protector, and as your friend. As if I've got a bloody choice! Aren't we all just pawns of prophecy? [He laughs.] And something else...I'm not sure, but I think that something has happened to me as a result of all of this...I may be better equipped to face Arronax when the time comes...
61 Yes, of course I will journey with you--as your protector, and as your friend. As if I've got a bloody choice! Aren't we all just pawns of prophecy? [He laughs.] And something else...I'm not sure, but I think that something has happened to me as a result of all of this...I may be better equipped to face Arronax when the time comes...
62 I'm glad, Virgil. Shall we...?
63 Yay, Virgo! We go!
65 Yes...let us continue on...
65 Yes...let us continue on...
67 [He seems a bit surprised.] Oh...yes, well I guess that this is good-bye. I didn't think that, well, you know...[He holds out his hand to you, smiling.] Good luck to you in your journey, wherever it takes you...
67 [He seems a bit surprised.] Oh...yes, well I guess that this is good-bye. I didn't think that, well, you know...[He holds out his hand to you, smiling.] Good luck to you in your journey, wherever it takes you...
68 Did you really think I wouldn't ask you to come? Will you?
69 And good luck to you, my friend...
70 I just joking! You go with me?
71 Buh-bye, Virolopis!
73 If you need me, I will be meditating outside the Panarii Temple here in Caladon...
73 If you need me, I will be meditating outside the Panarii Temple here in Caladon...
75 Hello, my friend. It is good to see you. What is it you need?
75 Hello, my friend. It is good to see you. What is it you need?
76 I was wondering if you'd like to join me again, Virgil...
77 You come with me?
80 What is it that you want of me?
80 What is it that you want of me?
84 I'd like you to do something for me, Virgil...
85 You do sumpin for me?
87 You can stop waiting now, Virgil...
88 You kin stop waitin', Virgoo!
100 What can I answer for you?
100 What can I answer for you?
101 I'd like to know a few things about you, Virgil...
102 I wanna know stuff about you, Virgoo!
103 What do you know about this place?
104 What dis place be?
105 What do you know about this place?
106 What dis place be?
109 What are we meant to do now?
110 What we do now?
111 What are we meant to do now?
112 What we do now?
113 What are we meant to do now?
114 What we do now?
115 What are we meant to do now?
116 What we do now?
117 What are we meant to do now?
118 What we do now?
119 What are we meant to do now?
120 What we do now?
121 What are we meant to do now?
122 What we do now?
123 What are we meant to do now?
124 What we do now?
125 What are we meant to do now?
126 What we do now?
127 You seem a bit upset, Virgil.
128 You be mad, Voigil?
200 Yes, of course. What would you like me to do?
200 Yes, of course. What would you like me to do?
201 Move away, Virgil.
202 Get away. You too close!
203 Move a bit closer, Virgil.
204 Get over here, Virgoo!
205 Wait here for a while...
206 Uh...wait here a minnit...
207 You can stop waiting now, Virgil.
208 Stop waitin'! You follow me agin.
209 I think you'd best leave the group.
210 I no want you in group anymore...
211 [Back]
213 I'm ready to get going when you are...
213 I'm ready to get going when you are...
216 [He eyes you suspiciously, but smiles.] You know, for a divine being, sometimes you don't act so smart. I don't like leaving you alone, but I'll wait here until you return.
216 [He eyes you suspiciously, but smiles.] You know, for a divine being, sometimes you don't act so smart. I don't like leaving you alone, but I'll wait here until you return.
219 [Virgil seems a bit surprised.] Well, I suppose you know best, being what you are [He laughs.] I don't recommend it, but I guess it's not for mortal men to know the will of the gods. I wish you luck, my friend...
219 [Virgil seems a bit surprised.] Well, I suppose you know best, being what you are [He laughs.] I don't recommend it, but I guess it's not for mortal men to know the will of the gods. I wish you luck, my friend...
222 I see you haven't gone and got yourself killed without me.
222 I see you haven't gone and got yourself killed without me.
223 I was wondering if you might join me again, Virgil?
224 You join me again?
225 Are you upset?
227 Was there anything else I can do for you?
227 Was there anything else I can do for you?
230 Ah, the gods are wise. [He laughs.] It took you bloody long enough to come to your senses. Of course I'll go with you! I'm ready when you are...
230 Ah, the gods are wise. [He laughs.] It took you bloody long enough to come to your senses. Of course I'll go with you! I'm ready when you are...
233 So! You've remembered that you kept Virgil waiting, eh? I'd say you're just a bit late in returning, friend. [He shakes his head, chuckling.] Far be it from me to question the supreme intellect of Nasrudin! I'm sure you had a good reason for acting the inconsiderate arse.
233 So! You've remembered that you kept Virgil waiting, eh? I'd say you're just a bit late in returning, friend. [He shakes his head, chuckling.] Far be it from me to question the supreme intellect of Nasrudin! I'm sure you had a good reason for acting the inconsiderate arse.
234 Would you like to join me again, Virgil?
235 You wanna join me again, Virgil?
236 Are you upset?
238 I live only to serve thee. [He laughs.] But you keep me waiting that long again, and it won't go for well for you. Whenever you're ready...
238 I live only to serve thee. [He laughs.] But you keep me waiting that long again, and it won't go for well for you. Whenever you're ready...
242 Caladon...this is truly my home. I have always wanted to return here, but fear kept me away. I am truly free now.
242 Caladon...this is truly my home. I have always wanted to return here, but fear kept me away. I am truly free now.
245 The Ring of Brodgar. I...sense...something. There is magick here. Though it is still strong, it is fading, slowly.
245 The Ring of Brodgar. I...sense...something. There is magick here. Though it is still strong, it is fading, slowly.
246 What do you mean, fading?
248 What you mean?
250 Looks like Tarant. I grew up here, with Lawrence and my family...I've many good memories, here. It is sad, though. I can see now that industry is choking this place...
250 Looks like Tarant. I grew up here, with Lawrence and my family...I've many good memories, here. It is sad, though. I can see now that industry is choking this place...
251 A few more questions...
255 I can not rightly say, I'm afraid.
255 I can not rightly say, I'm afraid.
260 The Silver Lady holds the answer for us, I am certain of it. We must go speak with her of this "Arronax" person.
260 The Silver Lady holds the answer for us, I am certain of it. We must go speak with her of this "Arronax" person.
263 The Silver Lady told us that "our answer lies with Nasrudin". I do not think she was referring to you, eh? We should go to the central Panarii temple in Caladon. Nasrudin's remains are buried there.
263 The Silver Lady told us that "our answer lies with Nasrudin". I do not think she was referring to you, eh? We should go to the central Panarii temple in Caladon. Nasrudin's remains are buried there.
266 We need to get to Thanatos to locate the real grave of Nasrudin. This is not going to be an easy task, however. The "Isle of Death" is aptly named. Overrun with monsters, if one believes the tales.
266 We need to get to Thanatos to locate the real grave of Nasrudin. This is not going to be an easy task, however. The "Isle of Death" is aptly named. Overrun with monsters, if one believes the tales.
269 We're meant to traverse the wastes of Vendigroth in search of that device Nasrudin mentioned. Not an easy task by any means.
269 We're meant to traverse the wastes of Vendigroth in search of that device Nasrudin mentioned. Not an easy task by any means.
272 [He shudders, involuntarily.] It seems that the time has come for us to be banished, I'm afraid. So it's off to the Ring of Brodgar for us, then. Gods! To think I'm actually going to my own banishment willingly. Will wonders never cease?!
272 [He shudders, involuntarily.] It seems that the time has come for us to be banished, I'm afraid. So it's off to the Ring of Brodgar for us, then. Gods! To think I'm actually going to my own banishment willingly. Will wonders never cease?!
275 Well, this is what our quest has been pointing towards all along, isn't it? [He shakes his head.] We need to locate and kill the notorious Arronax.
275 Well, this is what our quest has been pointing towards all along, isn't it? [He shakes his head.] We need to locate and kill the notorious Arronax.
278 This is quite the turn of events, eh? Arronax, the ultimate evil, defeated and contrite! Let's find this Kerghan and put an end to this whole affair, shall we?
278 This is quite the turn of events, eh? Arronax, the ultimate evil, defeated and contrite! Let's find this Kerghan and put an end to this whole affair, shall we?
281 Hah! It looks like we should have taken better care of that Vendigroth device, eh? We'd best find this powerful weapon that that Bane fellow spoke of.
281 Hah! It looks like we should have taken better care of that Vendigroth device, eh? We'd best find this powerful weapon that that Bane fellow spoke of.
400 Yes, Joachim. And I have seen much. But I still remember the lessons you taught me. They have brought me through all of this. Even through death itself...
400 Yes, Joachim. And I have seen much. But I still remember the lessons you taught me. They have brought me through all of this. Even through death itself...
401 [Listen.]
410 Your recent actions are a bit troubling. If I knew you held regret for them, it would ease my heart a bit.
410 Your recent actions are a bit troubling. If I knew you held regret for them, it would ease my heart a bit.
411 I am sorry, Virgil.
412 I be sorry.
413 I don't need your self righteous attitude. I regret nothing.
414 But I not sorry.
420 It is forgotten, then.
420 It is forgotten, then.
421 Let's go.
422 Will you join with me again?
423 We go now.
424 You join me?
425 If that is how you feel, then so be it.
425 If that is how you feel, then so be it.


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