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1 ello, bloke! I go by the name of Thom Grak. Say, you wouldn't happen to know a fellow name of de Cesare, would ya?
1 ello, missus! I go by the name of Thom Grak. Say, you wouldn't happen to know a fellow name of de Cesare, would ya?
2 An Half Orc deigns to speak with me? How distasteful.
3 They let Half Orcs wander the streets aimlessly here, eh?
4 An Half Orc deigns to speak with me? How distasteful.
5 An Half Orc deigns to speak with me? How distasteful.
9 They let Half Orcs wander the streets aimlessly here, eh?
10 They let Half Orcs wander the streets aimlessly here, eh?
11 No, I've not had the pleasure, I'm afraid.
12 Oh, uh, yes, I have had the pleasure of knowing him. [Lie]
13 Why yes, I have met with him.
14 Hurgh?
20 [Hey feigns shock.] Oh, excuse me, how cheeky of myself to address someone of your stature. [He laughs.] Come off it, mate! Until Bates' and his steamer you humans were reckoned to be little better than us, ey what?
20 [Hey feigns shock.] Oh, excuse me, how cheeky of myself to address someone of your stature. [He laughs.] Come off it, miss! Until Bates' and his steamer you humans were reckoned to be little better than us, ey what?
21 I suppose you are right. What were you asking me?
22 I'd thank you to remember your place, half breed.
25 [He laughs at you for a moment before pulling a sheaf of papers out of his pocket and waving it in front of your face.] Look here, mate! I've got all me papers - I'm a law abidin' citizen, I am. Registered and all. [He laughs again.] I'm right civilized, I am. At least as civilized as a city dwellin' dwarf, eh?
25 [He laughs at you for a moment before pulling a sheaf of papers out of his pocket and waving it in front of your face.] Look here, miss! I've got all me papers - I'm a law abidin' citizen, I am. Registered and all. [He laughs again.] I'm right civilized, I am. At least as civilized as a city dwellin' dwarf, eh?
26 I apologize, I meant no offense. What were you asking me?
27 I'd thank you to remember your place, half breed.
30 [Hey feigns shock.] Oh, excuse me, how cheeky of myself to address a high and mighty elf. [He laughs.] Come off it, mate! My ears are about as pointy as yours, eh? I reckon we've got some blood between us, say what?
30 [Hey feigns shock.] Oh, excuse me, how cheeky of myself to address a high and mighty elf. [He laughs.] Come off it, miss! My ears are about as pointy as yours, eh? I reckon we've got some blood between us, say what?
31 I apologize, I meant no offense. What were you asking me?
32 How dare you compare your race to the elves, half breed!
35 [Hey feigns shock.] Oh, excuse me, how cheeky of myself to address one of the "upper class". [He laughs.] Come off it, mate! My ears are about as pointy as yours, eh? I reckon we've got some blood between us, eh? Us half breeds need to stick together.
35 [Hey feigns shock.] Oh, excuse me, how cheeky of myself to address one of the "upper class". [He laughs.] Come off it, miss! My ears are about as pointy as yours, eh? I reckon we've got some blood between us, eh? Us half breeds need to stick together.
36 I apologize, I meant no offense. What were you asking me?
37 How dare you compare your race to mine, Orc!
40 [He laughs at you for a moment before pulling a sheaf of papers out of his pocket and waving it in front of your face.] Look here, mate! I've got all me papers - I'm a law abidin' citizen, I am. Registered and all. [He laughs again.] I'm right civilized, I am. At least as civilized as any hob nobbin' gnome, eh?
40 [He laughs at you for a moment before pulling a sheaf of papers out of his pocket and waving it in front of your face.] Look here, miss! I've got all me papers - I'm a law abidin' citizen, I am. Registered and all. [He laughs again.] I'm right civilized, I am. At least as civilized as any hob nobbin' gnome, eh?
41 I apologize, I meant no offense. What were you asking me?
42 I'd thank you to remember your place, half breed.
45 [He laughs at you for a moment before pulling a sheaf of papers out of his pocket and waving it in front of your face.] Look here, mate! I've got all me papers - I'm a law abidin' citizen, I am. Registered and all. [He laughs again.] I'm right civilized, I am. At least as civilized as a city dwellin' halfling, eh?
45 [He laughs at you for a moment before pulling a sheaf of papers out of his pocket and waving it in front of your face.] Look here, miss! I've got all me papers - I'm a law abidin' citizen, I am. Registered and all. [He laughs again.] I'm right civilized, I am. At least as civilized as a city dwellin' halfling, eh?
46 I apologize, I meant no offense. What were you asking me?
47 I'd thank you to remember your place, half breed.
50 I was asking whether you were acquainted with Sir M. de Cesare, drunk, uh esq., I mean. [He smiles broadly at you.]
50 I was asking whether you were acquainted with Sir M. de Cesare, drunk, uh esq., I mean. [He smiles broadly at you.]
51 No, I've not had the pleasure, I'm afraid.
52 Oh, uh, yes, I have had the pleasure of knowing him. [Lie]
53 Why yes, I have met with him.
54 No, I have not. Good day.
60 Hah! That's obvious, or you would not have referred to it as a "pleasure". Well, if you happen to see him, could you tell him to get his bum over to the subterranean kiosk on the Kensington Broadway? He was meant to have met me here over an hour ago.
60 Hah! That's obvious, or you would not have referred to it as a "pleasure". Well, if you happen to see him, could you tell him to get his bum over to the subterranean kiosk on the Kensington Broadway? He was meant to have met me here over an hour ago.
61 Absolutely.
62 Do I look like a private detective to you? I think I'll decline.
63 Any idea as to where this fellow might be?
70 Splendid! Thank you very much, madam. Good day.
70 Splendid! Thank you very much, sir. Good day.
71 Ah, well. Suit yourself. Sorry to have troubled you.
71 Ah, well. Suit yourself. Sorry to have troubled you.
75 Most likely at the bottom of a bottle somewhere, unless I miss my guess.
75 Most likely at the bottom of a bottle somewhere, unless I miss my guess.
76 I'll let him know you're looking for him if I see him.
77 I prefer not to associate with drunken sods, sir.
80 Hah! Liar! Pullin' old Thom's leg! I like you, boy! I know you're lyin' about knowin him, 'cause no one would refer to meeting him as a "pleasure"! Well, if you happen to see him, could you tell him to get his bum over to the subterranean kiosk on the Kensington Broadway? He was meant to have met me here over an hour ago.
80 Hah! Liar! Pullin' old Thom's leg! I like you, miss! I know you're lyin' about knowin him, 'cause no one would refer to meeting him as a "pleasure"! Well, if you happen to see him, could you tell him to get his bum over to the subterranean kiosk on the Kensington Broadway? He was meant to have met me here over an hour ago.
81 Absolutely.
82 Do I look like a private detective to you? I think I'll decline.
83 Any idea as to where this fellow might be?
90 You have? Where is that old bugger?
90 You have? Where is that old bugger?
91 He's in the Gentleman's club, sauced to the gills.
100 [He puts his hand on your arm.] Come now, there's no need for that now, is there? We're all civilized in some manner or other, ain't we?
100 [He puts his hand on your arm.] Come now, there's no need for that now, is there? We're all civilized in some manner or other, ain't we?
101 I suppose you're right. What were you asking me?
102 Get your hands off of me, you damned dirty ape!
103 I'd prefer not to continue this conversation.
110 Cor! A bleedin' idiot! Hah! Great to meet you, boy! How's people treating you around here?
110 Cor! A bleedin' idiot! Hah! Great to meet you, girl! How's people treating you around here?
111 I no idiot.
120 Of course you're not. Perhaps a bit damaged in the head, nothing more, eh? Well, you know that de Cesare bloke or not?
120 Of course you're not. Perhaps a bit damaged in the head, nothing more, eh? Well, you know that de Cesare bloke or not?
121 Ugh.
130 Exactly. Well, if you see him around, tell him old Thom Grak is waitin' for him at the subterranean kiosk on the Kensington Broadway. Got that?
130 Exactly. Well, if you see him around, tell him old Thom Grak is waitin' for him at the subterranean kiosk on the Kensington Broadway. Got that?
131 Urk.
140 Glad to see you again. Things are well for you, I hope.
140 Glad to see you again. Things are well for you, I hope.
143 I haven't found your friend, yet.
144 I no find guy.
145 If I find your friend, I'll tell him you're looking for him.
146 I go find you friend.
147 What were we speaking of last time we met?
148 What we talkin bout?
150 Good show! Could you deliver a message to him for me? Tell him to get his bum over to the subterranean kiosk on the Kensington Broadway, he was meant to have met me here over an hour ago. I'd rather not, uh, go try to find him in the club myself on the off chance he's already making his way over here. I'd hate to miss him...
150 Good show! Could you deliver a message to him for me? Tell him to get his bum over to the subterranean kiosk on the Kensington Broadway, he was meant to have met me here over an hour ago. I'd rather not, uh, go try to find him in the club myself on the off chance he's already making his way over here. I'd hate to miss him...
151 Of course.
152 Do I look like a messenger to you? I think I will decline, sir.
160 Well, please let me know if you find him, eh?
160 Well, please let me know if you find him, eh?




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