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2 Labor agitators? What do they want?
3 Excuse me? You weren't addressing me, were you?
4 Please, honored sir, my motives are innocent, I assure you.
5 I spoke with Mr. Babcock.
6 Perhaps I can help. What is the situation here, exactly?
7 I've been thinking about this situation. I believe I can help.
8 I've decided to kill Throgg for you.
12 Abit tators? What that?
13 You say you want me kill Thogg?
15 The orcs are striking for a union again. Won't they ever learn? [A look of realization crosses his face.] But that's no excuse for a lack of manners, now, is it? [He offers his hand for you to shake.] I'm Capt. Wheeler of the Tarantian Guard.
15 The orcs are striking for a union again. Won't they ever learn? [A look of realization crosses his face.] But that's no excuse for a lack of manners, now, is it? [He offers his hand for you to shake.] I'm Capt. Wheeler of the Tarantian Guard.
16 I'm @pcname@. May I ask what you intend to do here?
25 If I were certain it were possible to do so without the loss of any of my men, I'd raid the factory and kill them all, damned orcs.
25 If I were certain it were possible to do so without the loss of any of my men, I'd raid the factory and kill them all, damned orcs.
26 They are simply reacting to their deplorable work conditions.
27 They are simply reacting to their deplorable work conditions.
28 Perhaps I can help. What is the situation here, exactly?
29 This is what happens when you employ mindless beasts.
34 I wish you luck in solving this dilemma, but I must be going.
35 [He looks at you strangely for a moment.] Well I'll be damned if I didn't notice it before, but you've orc blood runnin' through those veins, don't you, BOY?
35 [He looks at you strangely for a moment.] Well I'll be damned if I didn't notice it before, but you've orc blood runnin' through those veins, don't you, GIRL?
36 My heritage is not the issue, here.
38 You'd best watch your tongue, or your blood will be on the floor.
42 So you'll condemn a person, simply because of their race?
44 I don't need to stand here and listen to this. Good day!
45 You are correct, I don't have time to be arguing about such things with you at the moment. There are more pressing matters at hand. Good day to you, madam.
45 You are correct, I don't have time to be arguing about such things with you at the moment. There are more pressing matters at hand. Good day to you, sir.
46 Wait, perhaps I can help. What is the situation here, exactly?
54 Good day to you, then.
55 Oh I see, one of those, are you? I don't have time for you orc sympathizers. Perhaps you'd like to go commiserate with the "honorable" Mr. Babcock over there. He's the one spouting nonsense to my guards.
55 Oh I see, one of those, are you? I don't have time for you orc sympathizers. Perhaps you'd like to go commiserate with the "honorable" Mr. Babcock over there. He's the one spouting nonsense to my guards.
56 I have already spoken with him.
57 Why would you suggest that?
64 Perhaps I will do that. Good day.
65 Well, I am sure you two had a pleasant conversation about how the poor orcs are simply misunderstood.
65 Well, I am sure you two had a pleasant conversation about how the poor orcs are simply misunderstood.
66 I didn't agree with his views, actually.
75 The orcs have taken over this factory, and say they won't leave until they are allowed to unionize. It's their damned leader Donn Throgg that's the real problem, here. Most of these orcs know what their place is and act accordingly. But Throgg gets them all riled up. He's too smart for his own good...it's the human blood that has made him this difficult, ironically.
75 The orcs have taken over this factory, and say they won't leave until they are allowed to unionize. It's their damned leader Donn Throgg that's the real problem, here. Most of these orcs know what their place is and act accordingly. But Throgg gets them all riled up. He's too smart for his own good...it's the human blood that has made him this difficult, ironically.
76 He's an half orc?
85 Yes, and instead of being a part of society as his blood would allow, he has taken it upon himself to be the champion of the orcs. He lives with them, works with them, and basically, he refuses to be treated as anything but a full blooded orc. We need to rid society of his kind, for the good of everyone.
85 Yes, and instead of being a part of society as his blood would allow, he has taken it upon himself to be the champion of the orcs. He lives with them, works with them, and basically, he refuses to be treated as anything but a full blooded orc. We need to rid society of his kind, for the good of everyone.
86 You can't admire him for living as his principles dictate?
87 So what can be done to end this stand off?
95 Without endangering my men, the only thing to do is starve them out.
95 Without endangering my men, the only thing to do is starve them out.
96 Perhaps I can help.
105 What do you propose?
105 What do you propose?
106 I can go in there and kill him for you.
107 Perhaps I can convince him to surrender.
114 I don't know, any suggestions?
115 [He puts his arm around you, pulling you closer, and begins speaking to you in hushed, conspiratorial tones.] Bloody hell, are you serious? That would be fantastic, but a bit on the suicidal side, don't you think? I mean, a frontal assault like that...
115 [He puts his arm around you, pulling you closer, and begins speaking to you in hushed, conspiratorial tones.] Bloody hell, are you serious? That would be fantastic, but a bit on the suicidal side, don't you think? I mean, a frontal assault like that...
116 It shouldn't be too difficult. I've dealt with much worse.
117 It shouldn't be too difficult. I've dealt with much worse.
118 I'll pick the lock near the back, sneak in, and kill him at night.
119 You may be right...perhaps he could be convinced to surrender?
125 Hah! That's rich I...[he looks at you intently for a moment]...hey! You're the Butcher of Stillwater! [He notices your discomfort.] Oh, your secret's safe with me. Those free love anarchists deserved what they got, flaunting themselves, destroying the fabric of our society!
125 Hah! That's rich I...[he looks at you intently for a moment]...hey! You're the Butcher of Stillwater! [He notices your discomfort.] Oh, your secret's safe with me. Those free love anarchists deserved what they got, flaunting themselves, destroying the fabric of our society!
126 Uh...thank you?
135 Well, you should have no trouble with this job, then, eh? They've locked themselves in, but the owner gave us the key to the front door. Here, take it. Good luck.
135 Well, you should have no trouble with this job, then, eh? They've locked themselves in, but the owner gave us the key to the front door. Here, take it. Good luck.
136 He is as good as dead.
145 If you say so. I'm surprised at your bravery in the face of certain death, madam.
145 If you say so. You're a braver man than I am, that's for certain.
146 I would have to agree.
155 That's a right good idea! And you think you can pull it off?
155 That's a right good idea! And you think you can pull it off?
156 Of course. He will be dead by morning.
164 Sounds good to me. Until the morning, then.
164 Sounds good to me. Until the morning, then.
165 It wouldn't be easy...he is distrustful of me, as there was an "incident" the last time these beasts rioted. We were forced to gun them down to protect the citizens of Tarant. Hmmm. Perhaps if you were to let him know that members of the press were out here...yes, he could speak to them when he surrenders. That might convince him...
165 It wouldn't be easy...he is distrustful of me, as there was an "incident" the last time these beasts rioted. We were forced to gun them down to protect the citizens of Tarant. Hmmm. Perhaps if you were to let him know that members of the press were out here...yes, he could speak to them when he surrenders. That might convince him...
166 Are there members of the press out here?
175 Unless you want to walk in there and kill him for me, I can't think of anything.
175 Unless you want to walk in there and kill him for me, I can't think of anything.
176 It shouldn't be too difficult. I've dealt with much worse.
177 It shouldn't be too difficult. I've dealt with much worse.
178 Wouldn't convincing him to surrender be a better option?
184 Uh, no thanks. Good day.
185 Hey, I was simply having a good laugh...[he lowers his voice]...are you serious?
185 Hey, I was simply having a good laugh...[he lowers his voice]...are you serious?
186 Yes. I will kill him for you.
187 No, I was jesting. Perhaps I can convince him to surrender?
194 No. I must take my leave, sir.
195 Heh. I like your style, madam. [He hands you a key.] They've locked themselves in, but the owner gave us the key to the front door. Good luck.
195 Heh. I like your style, sir. [He hands you a key.] They've locked themselves in, but the owner gave us the key to the front door. Good luck.
196 He is as good as dead.
205 Of course, but I don't think he'll listen. That's why we keep having these problems, he won't listen to reason. Someone really should put a bullet...but I digress. If you're willing to try to talk him out, it might be worth a try.
205 Of course, but I don't think he'll listen. That's why we keep having these problems, he won't listen to reason. Someone really should put a bullet...but I digress. If you're willing to try to talk him out, it might be worth a try.
206 I will try, do you know anything that might help me convince him?
215 I don't know...he is distrustful of me, as there was an "incident" the last time these beasts rioted. We were forced to gun them down to protect the citizens of Tarant. Hmmm. Perhaps if you were to let him know that members of the press were out here...yes, he could speak to them when he surrenders. That might convince him...
215 I don't know...he is distrustful of me, as there was an "incident" the last time these beasts rioted. We were forced to gun them down to protect the citizens of Tarant. Hmmm. Perhaps if you were to let him know that members of the press were out here...yes, he could speak to them when he surrenders. That might convince him...
216 Are there members of the press out here?
225 You sound like him. He's always going on about "respect for all races"! Bollocks! All these bloody orcs understand is violence.
225 You sound like him. He's always going on about "respect for all races"! Bollocks! All these bloody orcs understand is violence.
226 Perhaps I should speak with him, then. Good day.
227 Hmmm. I see your point. What is the situation here, exactly?
235 Of course not! He's a bleedin' idiot! I have no patience with those of his ilk, I can tell you that.
235 Of course not! He's a bleedin' idiot! I have no patience with those of his ilk, I can tell you that.
236 Well, perhaps I can help, here. What is the situation, exactly?
245 Exactly! Now most times, they're docile beasts, but it's too easy to get them riled up, like Throgg has, again.
245 Exactly! Now most times, they're docile beasts, but it's too easy to get them riled up, like Throgg has, again.
246 Throgg?
255 Yep. Donn Throgg. He's their leader. He's too smart for his own good...it's the human blood that has made him this difficult, ironically.
255 Yep. Donn Throgg. He's their leader. He's too smart for his own good...it's the human blood that has made him this difficult, ironically.
256 He's an half orc?
265 Yes, and instead of being a part of society as his blood would allow, he has taken it upon himself to be the champion of the orcs. He lives with them, works with them, and basically, he refuses to be treated as anything but a full blooded orc. We need to rid society of his kind, for the good of everyone.
265 Yes, and instead of being a part of society as his blood would allow, he has taken it upon himself to be the champion of the orcs. He lives with them, works with them, and basically, he refuses to be treated as anything but a full blooded orc. We need to rid society of his kind, for the good of everyone.
266 So what can be done to end this stand off?
275 If they're bleedin' half orcs, I do! It's people like you what get these stupid beasts all riled up. You got a bit of human blood in you that makes you a bit smarter than the pure bloods and you start rilin' things up! Just like Throgg, their leader!
275 If they're bleedin' half orcs, I do! It's people like you what get these stupid beasts all riled up. You got a bit of human blood in you that makes you a bit smarter than the pure bloods and you start rilin' things up! Just like Throgg, their leader!
276 Throgg? Their leader is an half orc?
285 Yes, and instead of being a part of society as his blood would allow, he has taken it upon himself to be the champion of the orcs. He lives with them, works with them, and basically, he refuses to be treated as anything but a full blooded orc. We need to rid society of his kind, for the good of everyone.
285 Yes, and instead of being a part of society as his blood would allow, he has taken it upon himself to be the champion of the orcs. He lives with them, works with them, and basically, he refuses to be treated as anything but a full blooded orc. We need to rid society of his kind, for the good of everyone.
286 So you would kill me, as well?
287 I take offense at your remarks, sir!
294 I see. Good day to you.
295 Not as long as you conform to the rules of society, and keep your place.
295 Not as long as you conform to the rules of society, and keep your place.
296 I take offense at your remarks, sir!
297 This discussion is pointless, but perhaps I can help you here.
304 I see. Good day to you.
305 I do not care.
305 I do not care.
306 This discussion is pointless, but perhaps I can help you here.
307 You'll care when you're lying in a pool of your own blood, dog!
314 Then I will be leaving.
315 Look around you, fool, there are guards lining the street. I doubt even someone has stupid as you would attack me under these conditions. Now, unless you have something useful to tell me, leave before I have my men thrash you for my enjoyment.
315 Look around you, fool, there are guards lining the street. I doubt even someone has stupid as you would attack me under these conditions. Now, unless you have something useful to tell me, leave before I have my men thrash you for my enjoyment.
316 I apologize, sir. My temper gets the best of me.
317 I hope your men are prepared to scrape you off the sidewalk!
324 Good day to you, then.
325 Well, I suppose that is to be expected from your race.
325 Well, I suppose that is to be expected from your race.
326 Perhaps my race could help, here. What is the situation, exactly?
334 I thank you for your understanding. Good day.
335 Perhaps it could at that. You share a common ancestry with their leader, Donn Throgg.
335 Perhaps it could at that. You share a common ancestry with their leader, Donn Throgg.
336 This Donn Throgg is a half orc?
344 I will enjoy cutting your heart out, dog!
344 I will enjoy cutting your heart out, harlot!
345 How can I be certain of that?
345 How can I be certain of that?
346 I'm a humble peon. I would not assume to tell you how to think.
347 You can't. I'd best just kill you for the simple enjoyment of it.
348 I'm a humble peon. I would not assume to tell you how to think.
355 I see you know your place. That is good, so many won't accept the natural order of things. What can I do for you?
355 I see you know your place. That is good, so many won't accept the natural order of things. What can I do for you?
356 What is going on here?
357 What is the situation here, exactly?
358 I've been thinking about this situation. I believe I can help.
365 What, are you an imbecile? [He looks you over.] Yes, I guess you are. Abit... AGITATORS are strikers, uh, orcs who don't want to work anymore. They say they are being treated unfair...uh, bad.
365 What, are you an imbecile? [He looks you over.] Yes, I guess you are. Abit... AGITATORS are strikers, uh, orcs who don't want to work anymore. They say they are being treated unfair...uh, bad.
366 What you do bout it?
375 I don't know what I'm going to do, to be honest. Their leader, Donn Throgg, is the one responsible for this. Without him...[something seems to occur to him. He puts his arm around you, and begins speaking softly.] He is a bad man. He needs to die. You kill him for me?
375 I don't know what I'm going to do, to be honest. Their leader, Donn Throgg, is the one responsible for this. Without him...[something seems to occur to him. He puts his arm around you, and begins speaking softly.] He is a bad man. He needs to die. You kill him for me?
376 Okay.
377 I smart. I talk him give up!
384 No. I go away.
385 Splendid! They've locked themselves in, but the owner gave us the key to the front door. Here, take it. Good luck.
385 Splendid! They've locked themselves in, but the owner gave us the key to the front door. Here, take it. Good luck.
386 Hurgh.
395 Hah! That I'd like to see! Here's the key to the front door, you go talk to old Mr. Throgg.
395 Hah! That I'd like to see! Here's the key to the front door, you go talk to old Mr. Throgg.
396 Okay!
405 Well, is he dead?
405 Well, is he dead?
406 Not yet.
407 I no kill him yet.
415 Well, perhaps you would like to step it up a bit, eh? I am tired of standing out here.
415 Well, perhaps you would like to step it up a bit, eh? I am tired of standing out here.
416 Alright.
417 Okay.
425 Well, is he coming out? Did you convince him to surrender?
425 Well, is he coming out? Did you convince him to surrender?
426 Not yet.
427 I no talk him give up yet.
428 He said he's not coming out, and he'll kill you if you go in.
429 Yes. He wanted me to tell you he is coming out peacefully.
435 Have a nice chat with old Babcock, did you? He convince you the poor orcs need our understanding?
435 Have a nice chat with old Babcock, did you? He convince you the poor orcs need our understanding?
436 I am helping him put an end to this situation.
444 No. Good day.
445 You do what you want. If I get the chance, I'm killing Throgg.
445 You do what you want. If I get the chance, I'm killing Throgg.
446 I will keep that in mind.
455 Are you interested?
455 Are you interested?
456 Okay.
457 I smart. I talk him give up!
464 No. I go away.
465 Thank you for killing that bastard Donn Throgg for us! You've done the city of Tarant a great service!
465 Thank you for killing that bastard Donn Throgg for us! You've done the city of Tarant a great service!
466 Oh, it was nothing, really.
467 It be fun!
475 Thank you for luring that bastard Donn Throgg out here for us! You've done the city of Tarant a great service!
475 Thank you for luring that bastard Donn Throgg out here for us! You've done the city of Tarant a great service!
476 Oh, it was nothing, really.
477 What?! You're the bastard here! You tricked me into this!
485 Hah! You really fell for that? I thought we understood each other. Oh well, it is of no consequence, really. Whether you meant to or not, the job is done. Once again, I thank you.
485 Hah! You really fell for that? I thought we understood each other. Oh well, it is of no consequence, really. Whether you meant to or not, the job is done. Once again, I thank you.
486 That's it, you're dead!
487 You're welcome, I suppose.
488 I will despise you to the day I die! Goodbye, SIR!
495 Hmm? Oh, uh, yes, of course. If you can get him to surrender and lure, uh, convince him to come outside peacefully, we can end this stand off. Peacefully. [He hands you a key.] They've locked themselves in, but the owner gave us the key to the front door. Good luck.
495 Hmm? Oh, uh, yes, of course. If you can get him to surrender and lure, uh, convince him to come outside peacefully, we can end this stand off. Peacefully. [He hands you a key.] They've locked themselves in, but the owner gave us the key to the front door. Good luck.
496 Thank you.
505 Would you care to kill him for me, then?
505 Would you care to kill him for me, then?
506 Yes, I would.
514 I am no assassin. Good day.
515 Splendid! The city of Tarant thanks you.
515 Splendid! The city of Tarant thanks you.
516 They had better, after risking my life for them.
525 Thanks, me and my boys will take it from here.
525 Thanks, me and my boys will take it from here.
526 You're welcome.
530 Greetings, citizen!
530 Greetings, citizen!




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