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1 Why hast thou disturbed me here? Hast thou no manners? Get out!
2 So, <CHARNAME>, you have sullied your father's name by defiling his home and bringing ruin to a peace that has lasted for centuries. I spit on you and all of your friends. Your transgressions will be punished in the most severe form. I formally accuse you of the murders of Brunos Costak and Rieltar Anchev.
3 Why have I accused you? You were seen fleeing the murder scene. Koveras found the identifying ring of a Shadow Thief assassin in your personal effects, and gold minted in Amn. I feel that it is strong enough proof to accuse you.
4 You were seen fleeing the site of the murder by the guest known as Koveras.
5 From everything we have seen and found, it is not hard to figure what your purpose was. From what I have been told, you have been trying to place all the misfortune of the Sword Coast squarely on the shoulders of the Iron Throne. I assume you and your friends are assassins in the employ of Amn. Perhaps you were sent up north to create discord in the region before an Amnian invasion. It matters little; you and your friends are to be sent to Baldur's Gate where an appropriate punishment will be administered.
6 But I have done nothing wrong! Why have you accused me of such a thing?
7 Fine. Do your worst, you old coot.
8 But I have done nothing wrong! Why have you accused me of such a thing?
9 I am pleased to see thee again. Hast thou come to collect the inheritance from your father? He left thee several items, all of which are within his old room. Please forgive my abrupt nature, but much requires my attention this day. It is important that we later speak of your foster father, but not now. Meet me in the outer grounds later today.
10 Surrender to the guard, young one. Thou wouldst only make it worse for thyself.
11 Hello, young one. I am sorry to see thee in such terrible circumstances. I know thee well enough to see that you have been falsely accused. Tomorrow Ulraunt will most likely sentence thee to be sent to Baldur's Gate. There, thou wouldst receive the death penalty for these actions. I know that Gorion would not want to see his only child killed a scant few weeks after his own death. 'Tis as a favor to his memory that I will help thee escape. Make thy way through the catacombs beneath the library, but disturb them not. I have your possessions with me. You must take them and go with haste.
12 I know of no one named Koveras, but Koveras is the reverse of Sarevok, a young man who accompanied the leaders of the Iron Throne when they first came. I know not where he has gone.
13 Do you know anyone by the name of Koveras?
14 Thank you for helping us.
15 Gorion has been looking for thee, young one.
16 First off, let me introduce myself. I'm Scar, second-in-command of the Flaming Fist. Though it is not necessary for you to reveal your names, please answer me this: Are you the group that was involved in the trouble at the Nashkel mines?
17 Ah, nope.
18 Yes, that was us.
19 I hope you're telling the truth, though it doesn't really matter. You're free to go. If you ever have any trouble or change your minds about your identity, you can find me outside of the Flaming Fist compound.
20 Well, I have to say you've made quite the commotion up here in Baldur's Gate. I can't really put my finger on a single source, but there have been many strange happenings going on within the city. It's been getting harder and harder for me to put trust in someone. I need outsiders to do some investigations, people with no connections to anyone within the city. Would you be interested in working for me in such a capacity?
21 We really don't have the time or the inclination.
22 If it pays well, sure.
23 I'm sorry to hear that. You're free to go. If you ever have any trouble, or if you change your mind about helping me, you can find me outside the Flaming Fist compound.
24 All right then. What I'm about to tell you must be held in the strictest confidence. Do you understand? I need you to begin an investigation of the Seven Suns trading coster. The Seven Suns leadership has been acting strangely of late. They've been selling off valuable assets and neglecting many of their more profitable trading ventures. Considering the importance that the trading coster holds over the economy of the city, the Grand Dukes are noticeably upset. I've gone to talk to the coster's head, Jhasso. He rudely rebuffed me, telling me to mind my own business. I've known Jhasso for many years, and this isn't his usual behavior. I can't start up an official investigation, as there is no real reason for doing so. That's why I need you.
25 We're ready to start, tell us what we need to do and how much money you'll pay us to do it.
26 We're ready to go for it, but there's something you need to know first: We think that the Iron Throne may be behind recent events along the coast. At the mines in Nashkel and in Cloakwood, we've learned much about the goals and methods of the Iron Throne, and it doesn't bode well for the future of this region.
27 Well, that sheds new light on things. There's nothing I can really do about it now, but I'll make sure to look into it.
28 I want you to break into the Seven Suns compound and find out what's wrong. Use stealth in your investigations; I don't want this operation to cause too much fuss. The most important person to watch for is Jhasso. Once you've found out as much as possible, report back to me at the Flaming Fist compound. I'll pay you 2,000 gold for this favor.
29 The estate is located on the southwest side of town. I wish all of you the best of luck. Remember, once you're done at the Seven Sun's estate, it's imperative that you meet me at the Flaming Fist barracks, which are just west of the Seven Suns.
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31 I am glad to see you have returned. So what news do you bring me?
32 We didn't learn anything, sorry. Do you have anything else for us to do?
33 According to one of the merchants we met, the Seven Suns has been infiltrated by some sort of shapeshifter. I don't know what kind of monsters they are, but the merchants are fearful.
34 Doppelgangers had taken over many of the higher echelons of the coster. The monsters are all dead now, slain by us.
35 That's too bad. Hopefully it only means that my fears were misplaced. I want to discuss some of the fears I have about the Iron Throne. I'll be waiting just outside the doors of the Flaming Fist barracks. Whenever you have time, come talk to me.
36 This is very serious news. I must ask you another favor. If you were to return to the compound and destroy this infestation of monsters, I would be willing to double your wage.
37 Sorry, we've had enough to do with the Seven Suns. If you have any information about the Iron Throne, we'd like to discuss that instead.
38 Sure we can go back, but the reward better be worth it.
39 All right then, if you'd rather discuss the Iron Throne, then I'm perfectly willing. I have some paperwork to do, then you can meet with me outside of the Flaming Fist barracks.
40 I must thank you once again; you're doing a great service to this city.
41 You have done very well! I will be doubling your wages for the heroic service you have provided to this city. We must keep in touch; I may need your help in investigating the Iron Throne.
42 Back so soon! How did your battle fare?
43 We don't think we will be able to defeat all of the doppelgangers.
44 The doppelgangers are all dead. Jhasso is back in control of the business.
45 We killed all the doppelgangers, but we weren't able to save Jhasso.
46 That's understandable. The creatures you have described are a very dangerous breed, IF they are the monsters I think they are. You'll still get an extra 2,000 gold, and you need not worry about retaliation from these creatures; I'll be sending in a detachment of the Flaming Fist to deal with them. Unfortunately, using this kind of strong-arm tactic on the city's premier merchant coster will bring down a lot of trouble on my head.
47 I'm impressed! You are as good as your word and obviously very deadly in your work. I'll give you the wage you deserve, triple our original agreement. I want to keep in touch with you, especially if the Iron Throne is up to what you say it is.
48 It is sad that a good man like Jhasso had to die, but I am impressed that you defeated all of those horrible creatures. You are a fine group of warriors and worth every bit that I'm about to pay you. We have to keep in touch, especially if the Iron Throne is as underhanded as you say it is.
49 Hello, <CHARNAME>. I have another job for you. This one involves a group you have dealt with in the pastthe Iron Throne. Duke Eltan himself wishes to speak to you about this. Will you come with me?
50 Sorry, we have other things on our mind right now.
51 Of course we'll come, especially if we have an audience with the Grand Duke.
52 Greetings, I am Scar, second-in-command of the Flaming Fist. My commander, Grand Duke Eltan, has expressed an interest in meeting with you. It has to do with your previous involvement with the Iron Throne.
53 We can't come at the moment. There are other, more important, matters at hand.
54 Show us the way to this "Grand Duke."
55 Perhaps you don't understand the importance of your invitation. One of the Grand Dukes has requested an audience. It would be embarrassing for both of us for you not to show up.
56 Well, now that you put it that way, I guess we'll come along.
57 Sorry, our minds are made up.
58 If you change your minds, you can find me here.
59 Just follow me, I'll take you to the Flaming Fist compound. The Grand Duke is waiting for us.
61 Have you changed your minds about seeing the duke?
62 We hold by our earlier decision.
63 Okay, take us to your Duke.
64 The duke really wants your assistance in these matters, so I'll wait here in case you decide to be more reasonable.
65 Let me introduce you to Grand Duke Eltan, one of the lords of the city, commander of the Flaming Fist, and member of the Lord's Alliance.
66 I have another job you might be interested in. You'll be well paid for your services. Care to hear more?
67 We don't have time for another job right now. We'd rather discuss the Iron Throne. Do you have any information on them?
68 We're always interested in more work. What does it entail?
69 Greetings, mercenaries. I'm Scar, second-in-command of the Flaming Fist, the city's standing army. You haven't been in our city for too long, have you? Well, if you're looking for a job, I have one that might get your interest. Do you want to hear more?
70 We're not interested.
71 Sure, tell us some more.
72 All right then, meet me outside of the Flaming Fist barracks and we can discuss the Iron Throne.
73 The problem is this: Every night people have been disappearing from the streets of the city. My men have been scouring the city trying to find the culprit, but so far to no avail. People have begun to get scared, and very few are willing to leave their homes at night. Something has to be done, and quickly. Would you be willing to take the job? I'd pay you 300 gold in advance with a 1,000 gold bonus if you discover what's been happening with the disappearing citizens. What do you say?
74 We have other things to do.
75 We agree to your terms.
76 Your job is really simple. All I want you to do is patrol the east of the city and find an entrance to the sewers. Perhaps you'll get lucky and find out what's been happening. If you do find out what's been happening, come to see me at the Flaming Fist barracks. Our only clue so far has led us to the sewers, so if you want to explore them first, it would probably be a good idea. Also, we've found tracks of some many-legged creature, perhaps a centipede-like monster.
77 It's good to see you again. How have things gone?
78 Sorry, we failed to learn anything.
79 We learned that an ogre mage holed up in the sewers was responsible for all the disappearances. He had several carrion crawlers that would steal out at night to carry off random victims. The crawlers used their hapless prey as food, while the ogre mage took any valuables they might have.
80 A crazed ogre mage was sending off his pet carrion crawlers to kill innocent victims. For what purpose, we cannot say.
81 You've done a good job and earned your bonus in full. Do you have any of the items possessed by the ogre's victims? I'm sure their families would like to have something to remember of their loved ones. We know for a fact that the Sashenstar family lost a daughter to those creatures. She had a signet ring, a ring inset with a ruby.
82 Sorry, we didn't find anything.
83 Yes, we did. We'll happily return it.
84 That's too bad. Well, I'm going to need some people to do some investigating of the Iron Throne. I'm just going to finish up some paperwork, then I'll be just outside the main doors of the Flaming Fist compound. If you wish to discuss the Iron Throne, just come talk to me there.
85 I thank you for your honesty. I'll throw in a 3,000 gold bonus for the return of the items. Anyway, I'm going to need some people to do some investigating of the Iron Throne. I'm just going to finish up some paperwork, then I'll be just outside the main doors of the Flaming Fist compound. If you wish to discuss the Iron Throne, just come talk to me there.
86 All those poor people. I'm glad you were able to stop the ogre mage. You have earned your bonus. Anyway, I'm going to need some people to do some investigating of the Iron Throne. I'm just going to finish up some paperwork, then I'll be just outside the main doors of the Flaming Fist compound. If you wish to discuss the Iron Throne, just come talk to me there.
87 Well, what are you doing here? Keep on your nightly patrols and come back once you've found something. If you feel that you're having no luck, then come and talk to me, and I'll reassign the mission to someone else. I have something else of importance that you might be interested in. It involves the Iron Throne.
88 That's okay, I'll send one of my squads to see if they can find anything out. Anyway, I have another mission for you. I'm going to need some people to do some investigating of the Iron Throne. I'm just going to finish up some paperwork, then I'll be just outside the main doors of the Flaming Fist compound. If you wish to discuss the Iron Throne, just come talk to me there.
89 Before you leave, I must congratulate you. It takes brave people to battle the foul denizens you have described. As well, I'm going to need some people to do some investigating of the Iron Throne. I'm just going to finish up some paperwork, then I'll be just outside the main doors of the Flaming Fist compound. If you wish to discuss the Iron Throne, just come talk to me there.
90 Go to Gorion and listen well, for without knowledge, life is a mere shadow of death.
91 Uhh, yes, son, it certainly has been a long time. How are you doing, my boy?
92 Um, yes... it's Mom, and I want you to stop all this zombie foolishness and come to Beregost with me. Surely someone there can help you.
93 Uuuuuuuuuhhhh...
94 I am pleased to see that you have taken time to pay tribute to wise Oghma.
95 Hhhhhhhhhhhh...
96 It's madness! By what logic do you steal mine parents' visage and attack my family?! You shall die for this!
97 No matter. I've not seen you since, um, Zhentil Keep. Thank the gods we all got out safely.
98 No matter. I've not seen you since, um, Zhentil Keep. Thank the gods we all got out safely.
99 But these are not our kin! What madness has your eyes? Zombies all!
100 I am disappointed in you, son. These are not your family, and it's an abomination to suggest it!
101 It's not I who lies, but you to yourself! You rob others of THEIR loved ones to replace those you betrayed long ago!
102 Indeed. I can offer you healing potions, if you wish, as a token of goodwill.
103 You do not trust us?
104 Now Montaron, had I just been attacked I might be leery as well. So be it, I shall not heal you.
105 Stop a second there, young'n, 'cuz I heard what you gone and done for old Brun. It made me ashamed that I didn't try to help him myself. Good to know there's still someone willin' ta go the extra mile, even for a stranger. I want you to have this heirloom of mine, because of what you did. Now my heirs didn't loom so big, but you ought to get more use out o' it than my mantle does. Folks like you make a jaded old man think there's still decent people out there.
106 Stop a second there, young'n, 'cuz I heard what you gone and done for old Brun. It made me ashamed that I didn't try to help him myself. Good to know there's still someone willin' to go the extra mile, even for a stranger. I want you to have this heirloom of mine, because of what you did. Now my heirs didn't loom so big, but you ought to get more use out o' it than my mantle does. Folks like you make a jaded old man think there's still decent people out there.
107 An interesting piece o' material you got there. Ankheg, if I'm not mistaken. Been a while since I seen the like, but if I remember correctly, it makes a fine set of armor. If properly treated it's comparable to full plate with half the weight! If you're willing to part with your shells I'll give you 500 gold for the lot of them. No more can I offer with business as slow as it is. Iron shortage hurting us all.
108 Hold, Montaron, this young wayfarer is in need. Someone has set about thee, stranger, and you have barely escaped with your life.
109 A child wandering the wilderness? Surely you must be none too bright to be traveling these roads.
110 An exhausted whelp in the forest?
111 You should find your father, for he wouldst speak with you.
112 Heh heh.
113 It is good to see you again. The libraries are yours to use for the duration of your stay. Let me show you to your hostel room.
114 Greetings, I hope you find the resources at our library to be adequate. Let me show you to your hostel rooms.
115 Before I take you to your hostel rooms you should understand that I want no trouble. I hope that is understood.
116 There are several rules that need be adhered to, of which you are no doubt aware. First, you are prohibited from taking any of the books from their respective rooms. Second, certain rooms will be inscribed with a rune, and are not to be entered. Third, you are not to stay within the confines of Candlekeep for more than ten days. Now follow me; I'll take you to your quarters.
117 Hey ho there, fellow travelers! You look to be wanderers of the adventuring sort. Tell me, what direction calls you?
118 Stop and surrender yourself. You are accused of murdering the men Brunos Costak, Thaldorn Tenhevich and Rieltar Anchev. If you give yourself up now, you will be assured of a fair trial.
119 I am proceeding in a northerly direction this day.
120 I am heading south for a time, though that may change.
121 I am heading south for a time, though that may change.
122 I am heading south for a time, though that may change.
123 It is the same for me! Surely this lends us a familial bond of sorts. The smart move would be to travel as one, especially with the number of bandits in the area. You probably need the counterbalance of my intelligence as well.
124 Ah, my loutish friends, that is my direction too. Fate has crossed our paths, and we could all benefit by traveling together. It will be the classic pairing of you, the stalwart adventurers, and I, the intelligent one. How could you refuse?
125 Oh no, not my way at all. Nevertheless, since you are so obviously in need of guidance from someone with not quite so much orcish heritage, I shall alter my course and come with you. Don't bother to thank me; just grunt approval.
126 Well, I suppose I'll be on my way then you idi You said YES! I mean, of course I'll come with you. My intellect and skill as a cleric will undoubtedly make your group much better than it is. Onward.
127 I should have guessed by your knuckle-dragging gait and minuscule nose, you're a complete and utter moron, aren't ya?
128 I suppose there would be no harm in your joining me.
129 No, and don't call me Shirley.
130 Whatever. Come if ye must, but watch your mouth.
131 How could I refuse? Watch me. Taketh thou a hike!
132 Uh HUH. If you must.
133 Thou art a dink, to be sure. Get lost.
134 I am proceeding in a northerly direction this day.
135 I am proceeding in a northerly direction this day.
136 If it's your business, east is my direction.
137 If it's your business, east is my direction.
138 If it's your business, east is my direction.
139 Westward till dawn, if plans stay unchanged.
140 Westward till dawn, if plans stay unchanged.
141 Westward till dawn, if plans stay unchanged.
142 Damn it, Jebadoh, we can't go on like this forever! There is no way we can keep quotas up when we're afraid to come near the nets. Excuse me, who are you?
143 Please, will no one help me? Anyone? I've nowhere else to be turnin'. I beseech thee, kind <SIRMAAM>, please help. It's strange happenings at my farm, and I've not the strength I once had. I've nothing to offer, and even if I did I doubt such as you would have need of it. Please.
144 Will no one help me? Anyone? I've nowhere else to be turnin'. Please, you're young and strapping, can you lend a neighbor a hand? There's somethin' going on at my farm, and I can't afford to hire help. I've nothing to offer you, save my gratitude.
145 Will no one help me? Anyone? I've nowhere else to be turnin'. I'm not the kind to be hiring mercenaries, and neither can I afford it, but I need your aid. Please, out of the goodness of your hearts, can you help an old man?
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146 Because of this damnable iron shortage, it cost the last of my savings to repair the plow. I've nothing left but my son Nathan, and now he is missing. By Chauntea, it was hard enough just asking for help! Please!
147 You need look no further for aid. What can I do?
148 You need look no further for aid. What can I do?
149 You need look no further for aid. What can I do?
150 I could help, but surely you must be able to pay something.
151 I could help, but surely you must be able to pay something.
152 I could help, but surely you must be able to pay something.
153 This is not my concern, old man.
154 This is not my concern, old man.
155 This is not my concern, old man.
156 You'll not come? Then I've no hope. Nothing left...
157 There's nothing I can do. Nothing...
158 Oh, by the Great Mother, thank you! My son Nathan and his friends went looking for our missing cattle, then they just up and disappeared! Been gone for days now and, with all the bandits around, who knows what's happened. I don't know where they were heading, but I saw some sort o' tracks to the west. Please find Nathan. I can't afford to keep the farm without my son.
159 I've not been able to find your son, but I'll not stop till I do.
160 I can't find him at all. It's beyond me.
161 Have you found my son? Is he well?
162 Please keep looking. He's out there somewhere, and I must know his fate.
163 No, my only son... It is a black day. He died for this farm, but I am too old to work it and too poor to hire someone else. I've lost him AND the land. At least now I know. Thank you for your help but... I wish to be alone now.
164 You need look no further for aid. What can I do?
165 Save your breath, your words fall on deaf ears. I've no interest if there is no money involved.
166 This is not my concern, old man.
167 I am afraid Nathan is dead, sir. He died defending your farm from a nest of strange beasts.
168 Pssst! We should give Brun the treasure. He needs it more than we do. There's always another dungeon for us. Be tactful though; he's a proud man.
169 Brun, this is the hoard that the creatures had. It's more than we can carry, and more than we could use. Do us a favor and take it off our hands, will you?
170 Brun, we have all we need. In fact, you'd be doing us a favor if you would take this extra off our hands. It's a burden for us to carry.
171 Hey, old man, we can spot you some gold till you're on your feet again.
172 Tough luck I guess. See ya.
173 Well, if it's causin' you strife to hang on to it, I suppose I could... hold it for ya. Thank you, strangers. I don't believe I'll see the likes of you again.
174 Thanks, but no thanks. I'll not be takin' yer pity money. I've lost a lot, but not my dignity.
175 What am I to do...?
176 Brun, this is the hoard that the creatures had. It's more than we can carry, and more than we could use. Do us a favor and take it off our hands, will you?
177 Brun, we have all we need. In fact, you'd be doing us a favor if you would take this extra 100 gold off our hands. It's a burden for us to carry.
178 Hey, old man, we can spot you some gold till you're on your feet again.
179 Tough luck I guess. See ya.
180 Ah, this will make a fine suit of plate for a governor or better. Nobility like exotic materials and don't care much about the price. Probably close to 20,000 gold for a tenday's work when I'm finished. I may survive this iron shortage after all.
181 Whoa! Iron is not so scarce as to make me that desperate! 500 gold or nothing, and you can take it or leave it!
182 Suit yourself, but whatever you do with it, I'd do it quick. If not properly dried and cured it will rot in less than a tenday. Be no use to anyone beyond that.
183 Hello again! Still have that ankheg shell I see. Have you reconsidered my offer for it? 500 gold is fair.
184 It's you again. I am afraid I'm no longer interested in the ankheg shell ye possess. I can tell by the sight of it that it's begun to rot. You'll not get 1 gold for it now, let alone 500. What a shame.
185 A shame it is. It could bring quite a bit once finished. How about this? For 4,000 gold I'll make it into plate for you instead. It's half my normal rate for working on an exotic, but, as I mentioned, business is slow.
186 Good on you. Now it will take me a while to finish, but you will soon have the finest armor in Beregost, if not the entire Sword Coast. Come back in three days, and I'll have it ready for you.
187 It's not ready yet. Perhaps another day or two. Be patient; quality takes time.
188 Ah, you have returned. And here be what I promised you. Beautiful isn't it? A finer set of armor I have not made for some time. Wear it well.
189 And gold would be cut like cheese in battle, if you catch my meaning! Bah! Come back with the gold or don't come back! I'll not suffer lip such as this in my own smithy!
190 If it be gold you're short of, you may want to try for the bounty on the cleric Bassilus. I hear it already nears 5,000, so you would have change to spare. Be quick about it though. That shell will rot in a tenday if not cured.
191 Back again, are you? Well, which will it be? Sell me the shell for 500, or do I make you armor for 4,000?
192 I'm not interested in selling it just now, though it would be to you if I do.
193 You have just bought yourself some ankheg, sir! A pleasure doing business with you.
194 Hardly a fair price for the trouble I went through to get it. Double your offer, and consider it done.
195 I suppose I will take it.
196 Well, I'll just have to leave it then.
197 I'm not interested in selling it just now, though it would be to you if I do.
198 You have just bought yourself some ankheg, sir! A pleasure doing business with you.
199 Hardly a fair price for the trouble I went through to get it. Double your offer, and consider it done.
200 Though your offer is generous, it is more than I can afford right now.
201 A fair price for the workmanship of Taerom Thunderhammer. 4,000 gold it is.
202 4,000 gold is ridiculous! It would be cheaper to make it from the gold itself!
203 I'll sell it to you. I'm sick of carrying it around.
204 Here's your 4,000. Make me a suit of armor to be proud of.
205 I'm not interested in either.
206 Heee hee he ha! You no fight! You fight, you die! Give all gold and iron or you die! 'Tis simple choices! What I say, or die! Die die DIE!
207 You no join Chill! Not even funny! 'Tis insult you die for!
208 Your hearts are brave! We rip them out and show you! Chill, attack!
209 You smart coward! You live to run away again! No move no follow, or Chill kill!
210 We'll never surrender to you cut-rate marauders!
211 We'll not fight you. In fact, we want to join your group.
212 We don't want any trouble. Take what you want and leave us be.
213 Fists
214 Chain Mail
215 Medium Shield
216 Chain Armor of Darkness
217 Neither shall I hold thee to a debt of honor for slighting my good intentions, though your conscience may.
218 Nothing to fear from these simple potions, and I'll not even hold you in debt, though your conscience knows otherwise.
219 Perhaps as payment you would go with us to Nashkel. It is a troubled area and we mean to investigate some disturbing rumors surrounding the local mines. Some acquaintances are very concerned about the iron shortage. Specifically, where to lay blame in the matter. You would be useful, though I'll not hold you to it. We are to meet the mayor of the town, a man named Berrun Ghastkill, I believe.
220 My compatriot and I go to Nashkel. Our business is not your concern. Suffice it to say that some acquaintances of mine wish us to look into this iron shortage. If you follow, I'm sure we'll find a use for you.
221 Goody good good! We should make haste to Nashkel, just a short ways south of here. Onward, intrepid friends.
222 You won't do this for me? You're bad, and I'll have someone hurt you! You'll see! That one's a meany, Monty, not a nice child at all!
223 We've precious little time, but it's best to travel accompanied.
224 Silly! Your friends are no concern of ours. Go as you wish by yourself. Hopefully you fare better than you have so far.
225 I've no wish to strain our relationship, but you did promise to go to Nashkel. Our delay is making me rather... tense. I'm not nice when I'm tense.
226 Much as I truly care about your needs, I would prefer that we forgot your petty travels and went to Nashkel!
227 Ooo... Subtle, yet insulting.
228 You said we would go to Nashkel! You did! I don't wanna be your friend no more! Wahhhhhh!
229 Aye Xzar, looks to have been roughed up quite well.
230 And ye look a bit scuffed, too. A fine pair of troubles all your own.
231 We've not the time for your troubles, though we may have a purpose for ye.
232 I'll not be insulted by this whelp!
233 Refuse if ye wish.
234 Just like all good people.
235 Your conscience be your guide.
236 Aye, we'll go wit' ye. Ye owe us fer our time though.
237 The night be not kind to fools. Luck be with you. You'll need it.
238 Abela the Nymph
239 Now you've gone and set him off! Blasted mage will blither for hours! Off wit' ye! I'll not suffer the both of ye!
240 Rein it in, wizard! I canna stand the way your senses flit about. Could we just travel in peace?
241 I'd be grateful for any assistance.
242 I prefer to manage on my own.
243 I know you not and want none of your help!
244 Well, I never! Hmph!
245 There is little else for me to do. I may as well go with you.
246 Go on your way and leave me be. I would go my own path.
247 I would join with you, but I must meet someone first. Perhaps you will go with me?
248 I would join with you, but I must meet someone first. Perhaps you will go with me?
249 There is little else for me to do. I may as well go with you.
250 Go on your way and leave me be. I would go my own path.
251 I would join with you, but I must meet someone first. Perhaps you will go with me?
252 I would join with you, but I must meet someone first. Perhaps you will go with me?
253 I apologize, but I cannot allow you to leave. Gorion wishes to see you as soon as possible.
254 Hold, travelers! Before you will be allowed entrance, you must donate a tome of great value to our libraries.
255 I am sorry, friend. I know that you are the child of Gorion and have dwelt here all your life, but I cannot exempt anyone from the sanctions of the most high Ulraunt.
256 Don't lie to me, child. You do not possess the proper book. When you do, you may return, and I will allow you entry.
257 You have met the requirements to gain entry to our most holy library. It is fine to see the child of Gorion once again within these hallowed grounds. Please have your less civilized friends refrain from causing trouble. We are very strict with the letter of the law, as you well know, <CHARNAME>.
258 I hope your time here was fruitful.
259 You are accused of murdering the leaders of the Iron Throne. Give yourselves up and stand a chance of a fair trial!
260 We don't have a book, but I used to live here.
261 You may not enter the store at this time.
262 We have the book you require.
263 What brings thee here, child of Gorion? I am very busy and must ask thee to visit another time.
264 Thou wouldst do well to stop avoiding your foster father, he needs to speak with thee urgently.
265 Hold, travelers! Before you will be allowed entrance, you must donate a tome of great value to our libraries.
266 Citizens, please step forward.
267 Plate Mail
268 Xan
269 Shar-Teel
270 Alora
271 Edwin
272 It was unbearable, waking each morn to the mud and rock instead of the rising sun. I am Xan, a Greycloak of Evereska, and as proficient in the ways of magic as any man can be. If you be enemies of Mulahey, I would join your cause, hopeless though it is.
273 At last I am free of my dreary prison. Five and eighty days are far too long for one of the Fair Folk to live as a dwarf. You look no better off than I, but my appreciation for my liberty bids me add my spells to your cause. I am Xan. Shall we face the impossible together?
274 Alas, I was sent to investigate the strange goings-on about this area and I landed caged for seemingly hopeless weeks on end. I have not seen the sun almost as long as I have not seen my home.
275 I thank you for my rescue but I must leave quickly. I wish you well in your struggle, though it is surely lost.
276 I understand your decision, for the odds are surely insurmountable. I shall return unto Evereska and report of these dire straits.
277 I thank you. However ineffective our actions be, I shall not rest until I have made payment to you. If you have searched through Mulahey's treasure, you may have found a sword among his documents. The sword is a moonblade, and it is my most valued possession.
278 Certainly you are welcome to join with me. Another pair of hands can only help, especially when they are proficient in the ways of magic.
279 Certainly you are welcome to join with me. Another pair of hands can only help, especially when they wield powerful magic.
280 It's hard enough trying to keep our hopes up without you to bring them down. I'd rather you didn't join us.
281 It's hard enough trying to keep our hopes up without you to bring them down. I'd rather you didn't join us.
282 How did you come to be trapped in such an inhospitable place?
283 How did you come to be trapped in such an inhospitable place?
284 Certainly you are welcome to join with me. Another pair of hands can only help, especially when they wield powerful magic.
285 It's hard enough trying to keep our hopes up without you to bring them down. I'd rather you didn't join us.
286 If that is the case, I don't want you in my group. How effective can you be if you were captured by this lot?
287 There is no need to be rude. I will go back to my home in Evereska and leave you to your hopeless quest.
288 It's not I who lies, but you to yourself! You rob others of THEIR loved ones to replace those you betrayed long ago!
289 I'm a dork.
290 I was good for days 'n days and now I can go to the fair!
291 Poppa was in the mines, but Momma says he's with the Mommy of All now.
292 Mother said not to talk with strangers.
293 You funny lookin'.
294 Good day, friend! You are the child of Gorion, are you not? I recognize you from his letters, for he writes of you often. Forgive my manners; I am Jaheira and this is Khalid, my husband.
295 Greetings. You... you look familiar, though it's not your looks. I am not sure what I expected, but I believe you are Gorion's child. I am Jaheira; this is Khalid.
296 It is almost a slight on him, but I see it too.
297 We are old friends of your adopted father. He is not with you? I must assume the worst. He would not permit his only child to wander without his accompaniment.
298 Gorion often said that he worried for your safety, even at the expense of his own. He also wished that Khalid and I would become your guardians, if he should ever meet an untimely end. However, you are much older now, and the choice of your companions should be your own.
299 It would be a fitting last service to Gorion, though we should first go to Nashkel. Khalid and I look into local concerns, and there are rumors of strange things happening at the mines. No doubt you have heard of the iron shortage? You would do well to help us. It affects everyone, including you. We are to meet the mayor of the town, Berrun Ghastkill.




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