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15108There's a fat man by the name of Algernon staying at Feldepost's Inn in Beregost. He keeps a cloak with him in his room and I need you to get your larcenous hands on it and bring it back to me. I assure you that your reward will be handsome. Try not to kill him, just filch it off his person.
15109Do you have Algernon's cloak with you?
15110Ah, thank you so much. Here is 150 gold pieces for your efforts.
15111Oh, I do like your handiwork. Here is 200 gold pieces for the trouble.
15112Damn, I was hoping you were more the passive-aggressive type.
15113How do you like my new cloak?
15114This is my room, and I don't want visitors. Now leave me alone.
15115Pheirkas sent you, didn't she?
15116Thieves!
15117Zzzzzz... Zzzzzz... Zzzzzz...
15118I'd rather not talk to anyone, right now.
15119There's some ankhegs causin' chaos upriver, alon' the east bank, just north o' that bitch priestess. They took down my pal, Nester, and dang near hauled me under too. 'At's why I'm so glum now. Nester's mama's gonna want somepin' of 'is to bury, but I'm still gettin' too many nightmares and all to go back there.
15120Item
15121Item Abilities
15122'At's Nester's dagger you got there! I saw 'im drive it between the plates of 'at ankheg afore it pulled 'im under. 'Ere, take this gem of mine. We 'ad come to the city to pawn it afore things all went wrong. *sniff* 'Is momma's gonna be real grateful to ya.
15123I'm real sorry for troublin' you last time with 'at awful story 'bout Nester and the ankhegs. It's all true but it ain't right to foist all your troubles on other people like that. I hopes ya don't think I did wrong...
15124The ankhegs are comin'! The ankhegs are comin'!
15125Nester's momma says you done good... And I ain't gettin' no nightmares 'bout them ankhegs anymore neither. Just wish Nester coulda known ya.
15126Hi, I'm Petrine.
15127Hi, I'm Petrine and my folks aren't around no more and I ran away from my Uncle Bheren 'cause he's real mean. My cat's really an angel, though, and she protects me when bad things happen. Or at least she did. I can't find her now, though. I think she went back to my uncle's to get her ring. There's this ring that she loves to play with, but when I ran away I had to leave it at my nasty uncle's. If you could just get me the ring, I'm sure Angel would come back. Could you do it, oh please?
15128I miss Angel. I hope she comes back real soon.
15129You found the ring... now Angel will come back... and we can live together forever and ever. I wish I had something to give you for finding her ring but I really and truly don't. Maybe she'll give you some good luck, though.
15130Angel! Help me, Angel!
15131Angel's out hunting but she says you're really kind.
15132Damnable cat! I figured Petrine would take the beast with her, but life isn't that kind, is it?
15133Damnable cat! I'll give you the cloak off my back if you can kill the pesky thing.
15134I'm not usually a man who honors his words too much, but you wouldn't believe how glad I am to be rid of that crazy cat! Here, take my cloak and good riddance.
15135You didn't think I was serious, did you? Cripes, you go find my niece Petrine and tell her you killed her stinking cat, 'cause I'm sure not going to!
15136Between you and that cat, life has been sheer hell ever since Petrine ran away. Damn you!
15137Sure is quiet around here without that infernal cat. Almost miss her, I do...
15138Please don't interrupt me. I'm waiting to be inspired.
15139I have been working on a ballad about the Unicorn Run in the High Forest. I'd like to use a more reliable source than simply hearsay and folklore, though. If you ever find an authoritative history of the run in your travels, I'd love to get my hands on it.
15140Hi there. Found anything substantial on the Unicorn Run yet?
15141"History of the Unicorn Run..." How wonderfully ideal! You wouldn't believe how grateful I am to get my hands on this. Here, a friend of mine gave me this magical scroll and I have yet to make use of it.
15142Must you pick on me when I'm trying to concentrate?
15143"Sweet waters of the forest flow through each den and glade, nourishing the unicorns who lie graceful in the shade..."
15144"History of the Unicorn Run..." Interesting... I'll give you 80 gold pieces for it.
15145Belch... Drink up.
15146(Belch...)
15147...and then I said, "You ain't no tasloi! You're my wife!" Har, har, har... *belch* Here, have another drink.
15148They artifishally age shish shtuff, you know... Sure, with shlimes and oozshes and shtuff... I betsha 100 gold pieshesh thatsha wooden go find 'em andsh kill 'em all offsh! *belch* Har, har, har...
15149...No, I ain't shpaying you nushin until I shee a bit o' shlime juish on yer collar...
15150*belch* Ye're a good one, you are... Here'sh yer 100 gold and... Aw, shootsh, I only gotsh 60 gold pieshesh o' mine left in my wallet. Ya tooksh too long an' my throat gotsh dry and shtuff... Aw, ye're a good one, though... *belch*
15151*belch* Oh, no you don'tsch...
15152*belch* How's it goin', eh?
15153Been a long day, hasn't it? I have to get back home, so I don't have time to talk.
15154I'm sore right down to my very bones, I am. Been bashin' ankhegs across the river and to the south. They could use your help down there, I'm sure, what with them ankhegs going through one of their boom cycles and all. Find a woman by the name of Gerde and she'll fill you in on what to do.
15156[DRIZZT DO'URDEN 11]
15157[DRIZZT DO'URDEN 12]
15158[DRIZZT DO'URDEN 13]
15159Just back from an ankheg frenzy across the river and a bit south. They're in one of their boom cycles, I guess. With iron all shot to hell, there's a good market for ankheg armor these days. Bring me back a good batch of scales and I'll pay you richly for them. Just go on down there and talk to Gerde. She'll fill you in on what to do.
15160Fine work. I'll pay you 250 gold pieces for all of your ankheg heads.
15161I'll squish you like I did those ankhegs.
15162I hear the ankheg boom is starting to taper off. It's a shame, isn't it?
15163You've come here to fight ankhegs? Well, listen up: it's mating season, so it's primarily females coming up to the surface, looking to put on a little extra weight. They're hungry, they're aggressive, and there are a lot of them. Now, the point of this exercise is not to exterminate them, but to keep their population to a manageable level. Remember, they aerate the soil and thereby improve crop yields by as much as 15%. Food is going to be scarce enough in the next few years, so keep that in mind when you're out there. No more than four ankhegs per party. After that it's catch and release, all right? Most of the activity starts about fifty yards to the east. Now move out, everyone. I'll keep an eye on things from here.
15164Good work, and I'll trust that you stuck to the quota. Here is 75 gold pieces. Go find yourself a room in the city and rest up. You've earned it.
15165Can't stomach the action, can you? That's all right, there are plenty more who will take your place.
15166I said a quota of four per party! Get out of here and watch your back because I report all poachers to the Flaming Fist. Damned hammer-happy fools.
15167You want to mess with the Department of Natural Affairs, do you? You're either very brave or very stupid.
15168The ankheg population appears to have stabilized in this region. I'll continue to monitor them, however, until they go into hibernation for the winter.
15169There be pheasants and penguins and booberry trees between the greenest of skies and the whitest of seas (wertle, wertle, wertle, wooo, wertle-wooooo...).
15170Popple the Rock took stock of the lock and thought he was better off darning his sock (wertle-woo, wertle, wertle, woo-wertle, wooooo...).
15171I like you, yes I do (wertle, wertle, wertle, wooo...) and I know of a way to make you like me too (wertle, wertle, wertle-wooooo...). Down by the ocean, down by the sea, there's a pirate ship waiting for you and for me. Bring me what's in it, but don't ever wear it, or sure enough, soon enough, you'll wertle too...
15172What a beautiful ring! Where'er did you get it? (Most likely quite near where exactly I put it...) Wertle, oh wertle, oh dear wertle-wooo... wertle, oh wertle, oh woo... Oh, I know what you're thinking of Mad Arcand the Stinking who takes what you give him and gives not in return. So here, take this bottle, but please don't unstopple or (wertle, poor wertle), you'll surely get burned.
15173Bad wertle, dumb wertle, wrong wertle-wooo, why do you do all the things that you do?
15174Ah, my wise wertle, how do you do? Mad Arcand the Simple has been missing you. (Wertle, oh wertle, oh dear wertle-wooooo...)
15175Please be quiet. I'm trying to study.
15176I've got a big test coming up and I need to pass it to get into the Merchants' League. If there's anything you can do to help, I'd appreciate it. Otherwise, though, I'd prefer if you let me concentrate on my work.
15177You have to pass a big test to get into the Merchants' League around here so I've been studying and studying but it just doesn't seem to sink in. Being merchants, I don't think they're too concerned about honesty and integrity, though. If you've got a spell or potion that would bump up my intelligence or wisdom for the next little bit, I'd greatly appreciate it.
15178I hate tests.
15179Ooh, that does feel good. Thanks so much! Here's 50 gold pieces. I'll let you know how it turns out.
15180What a weird test. The entire point of it was to get people to cheat like that. "Seize every possible advantage," the instructors said afterwards. When I told them you gave that to me for only 50 gold pieces, they passed me with flying colors! Capitalism is so strange.
15181I'M TRYING TO STUDY!
15182I can smell the city on you.
15183There are some ogre magi causing trouble in the southwest corner of the Wood of Sharp Teeth. If you could clear them out before they do too much damage, I'd be very grateful. In the meantime, I'll try to find some other adventurers to help out in case things start getting too rough...
15184How can you stay in this foul city when the forest is in danger?
15185The hawks tell me that you cleared away the ogre magi all by yourselves. I am impressed with your valor. Here, let me give you these fine gloves as a token of my appreciation. They are so supple that you can feel even the downiest feather as it brushes against your palm.
15186You city dwellers are all the same!
15187Pleasure to meet you. The name's Cordyr.
15188Hi. The name's Cordyr. I'm from down south, where the Cloud Peaks tumble into the sea. A pair of sirines has been trying to move into the area. They sank my fishing boat and put me right out of work. *sigh* If they weren't so dang beautiful, it would be a lot easier to convince people of how much of a nuisance they can be.
15189We didn't murder anyone, and we're not surrendering to the likes of you!
15190We didn't murder anyone, so we're perfectly willing to go to trial. Our innocence of this unwarranted accusation should be refuted quickly, within any fair court of law.
15191Don't do this young one. If you resist, we'll be forced to use lethal force.
15192Bring it on!
15193Now that you put it that way, take us to your prison.
15194Halt and hold! You stand accused of murder most foul! You will lay down your arms and come with us, or by order of Angelo Dosan you will be killed where you stand! Such is his order and I cannot alter it! It is your choice!
15195Stop and surrender yourself. You are accused of murdering the men Brunos Costak and Rieltar Anchev. If you give yourself up now, you will be assured of a fair trial.
15196Surrender? No way! We won't go without a fight. Come on!
15197We're innocent, so we have nothing to fear. Take us to your prison.
15198Hey there, kid, nothing to see here.
15199You don't have the heart, do you...? It's all right, I know where you're coming from. I couldn't do it myself.
15200You did it, huh? I've got to admit you have a steelier heart than I'd ever want. Here, take this flame arrow scroll. Should have given it to you before, I suppose, but I really didn't think you would survive. Ah well. Better late than never?
15201Thanks for your help. It's a dirty deed but it's the cost of civilization, isn't it? Here, take this haste scroll as payment. I probably should have given it to you before, but I didn't think you would survive. Better late than never?
15202I'm no fighter, friend.
15203If you find a great deal on a fishing boat, let me know.
15204I have no wish to fight you. I am no murderer, and I welcome the chance to prove it.
15205I am innocent, and I shall not submit myself to the judgment of this "Angelo." Scar is your proper superior!
15206Is there no other option? Perhaps I could... enhance your wage?
15207Dreadfully sorry, but my duty transcends friendship. I must carry out Angelo's orders regardless of my personal feelings, though many of us do not trust him as we did Scar. Your sentence is likely trumped-up, but we must obey. He is our rightful leader, after all.
15208This is a living here, chump, and I don't appreciate your meddling with it.
15209I sense evil in your party, friend. I cannot allow you or your evil companions to threaten the good people of Baldur's Gate.
15210Your party is free of the taint of evil. Please pass unmolested.
15211A wise decision. You will have a fair chance to defend yourself, regardless of how convinced of your guilt Angelo is. This way.
15212Death to all who seek to harbor the emissaries of darkness!
15213That may be so, but Scar is dead and Angelo is his "proper" replacement. We in the ranks have no other choice but to obey his orders, suspect though they may be! You must decide: Submit and face judgment or fight here and die. I have no choice, but you do!
15214I trust your stay in the city has been uneventful.
15215Though the same may not be said of our current leadership, the Flaming Fist value their honor and are beyond your foolish attempts at bribery! Orders are orders! You will lay down your arms or lay down your life! Decide!
15216Diseased! Diseased! Stand well back... Diseased! Diseased!
15217For your own health and that of your children, come no closer. I was cursed with this fell disease as punishment for my wickedness... Diseased! Diseased! Stand well back...
15218I have no wish to fight you. I am no murderer, and I welcome the chance to prove it.
15219I am innocent, and I shall not submit myself to the judgment of this "Angelo." Scar is your proper superior!
15220Then I must carry out the sentence decreed by Angelo! You will pay for your crimes! There is no escape from the Flaming Fist!
15221No, your potions and magics are of little use. The only way to cure this sickness is to right the wrongs of the past. Behind a painting at the Three Old Kegs, you will find the skull of my brother, Kereph. Take it to Agnasia in The Lady's Hall. She will know what to do with it.
15222I— I am cured. After all these long years of rotting away, an end has come. Blessed be Tymora and may my brother at last have peace. You are kinder than you'll ever know.
15223Not diseased! Not diseased! Come as close as you want... Not diseased! Not diseased!
15224I have nothing but my past and, I assure you, you do not want it.
15225May the luck of the Lady be with you.
15226The skull of Kereph... He was a priest here long ago, and Tymora blessed him greatly. Too greatly, perhaps. Made some people jealous... Made him some enemies... Then one night we found him dead, his body torn and broken, his head gone. No one ever found the killer. No one ever asked. It is best to leave that sort of justice to Tymora. Perhaps this is her forgiveness, no? Go well in the luck of Tymora, stranger. Find Ghorak, for he should now be cured of his affliction.
15227May Tymora curse you!
15228With breath that strong, you could kill giants. Now get out of here before I hurt you.
15229Hey, you! You look either bored or foolish. Either way, I could use your services. Some wiseacre tried to send a basilisk by freight and now it's broken free and is making a mess of one of the warehouses at the harbor. As I said, I need someone who's either bored or foolish.
15230Look, how many times do I have to ask you? The docks are more ornamented than the High Hall!
15231Thanks and long live the foolish! Here's 500 gold pieces for taking care of that on such short notice. Also, you might want these. They're an item I obtained from a fence I know in Athkatla. You never know, they might fit you.
15232Thank the gods for bored adventurers. I don't know what we'd do without you. Here's 500 gold pieces for your help.
15233Curses! You adventurers are all the same! I've got an emergency to deal with and all you want to do is cause trouble! Damn you to the Ninth Hell!
15234Cheers to all of you for saving our docks from becoming a stone quarry!
15235I desperately need someone's help but... you're not quite what I had in mind.
15236Euric, my youngest son, has run away again... He's always had a touch of the wanderer in him and he knows how to take care of himself, but... Oh, I'm just worried sick. This city gets more dangerous every day... If you find him, could you give him this good luck talisman? I'm sure we'd all sleep a little better.
15237Please, you must give that amulet to my son, Euric.
15238That was kind of you to do that for me. As for Euric, he'll come home when he's ready. Here, let me give you this necklace as a token of my thanks. I don't know if it's worth anything but it has been in the family for years.
15239Hi there. I hope that the necklace I gave you was actually worth something. Otherwise I'd feel quite foolish.
15240Please don't!
15241That was kind of you to do that for me. As for Euric, he'll come home when he's ready. Here, let me give you this necklace as a token of my thanks. It is very powerful, but one must be careful with it.
15242What? I didn't do anything... just leave me alone!
15243Hey, what do you want? I didn't do nothin'. Hey, what's that amulet you have there?
15244Mom set you up to this, didn't she? All right, all right, it looks dumb, but I'll wear it. Tell my mom, Nadine, that I miss her, but I'm not comin' back. Tell her that I'll be safe. Bye-bye now.
15245I ain't afraid of you!
15246Say hi to my mom for me, could you? I'm still doing okay, but you can tell her I'll probably be coming home soon.
15247I have been sent to warn you and your party of Phandalyn. He is a powerful paladin here in the city and he poses a grave danger to you. I would suggest that you avoid him altogether.
15248What do you have to sell?
15249Nothing for me today.
15250Thanks for the warning but I can take care of myself.
15251What do you have to sell me?
15252Nothing today, thank you.
15253Thanks for the warning but before I take it to heart, who are you?
15254Where is this Phandalyn you speak of?
15255Good day to ya.
15256Just a friend.
15257Well, where is this Phandalyn you speak of?
15258Well, thanks "friend," but I can take care of myself.
15259What do you have to sell me?
15260Nothing for today.
15261Suit yourself, but don't say I didn't warn you.
15262You can usually find him in one of the taverns close to the docks, but I don't recommend you do. If you have business there, I suggest you do it after sundown.
15263Watch your back out there.
15264Keep your head up out there.
15265Eh? Lazy day, ain't it?
15266Hello there. Is there anything I can do for you on this fair day?
15267Could you show us what you have for sale?
15268Nothing at the moment.
15269I've gotta admit, I ain't never been happier. Got a letter from my lady and she's gonna be home reeeal soon... Just gotta find me a pretty little ring for her pretty little finger and all's gonna be just fine, just fine. But my lady, she transcends gold or silver or fancy stones. She'll have nothing less than an angel skin ring from me.
15270Is there anything that I can help you with?
15271Nothing at the moment.
15272Could you show me what you have to offer?
15273Ah, that there's a fine ring but my lady, she transcends gold or silver or fancy stones. No, she'll have nothing less than angel skin from me.
15274Ah, a ring of angel skin. You must know my lady well to have chosen so appropriately... If you're ever needin' a little work around here, check with Scar, second-in-command of the Flamin' Fist. You can tell him I recommended you.
15275What can you give me today?
15276I don't need anything at the moment.
15277Yes, what kind of services do you provide?
15278Nothing at the moment.
15279Come to pay your respects to great Helm? If there is anything you need to assist in your journeys, you need but ask.
15280What do you have?
15281Nothing for me today.
15282Fight you and ne'er see my lady? I am in love but that don't mean I'm foolish.
15283Ah, it is a fine wind that brings my lady, fresh and cool and beautiful.
15284Ring in hand, I still wait for my lady. She will be here soon enough. Travel well, my friend.
15285Yes, what do you have for sale?
15286Nothing right now.
15287[DOG, WAR 09]
15288Show us what you have to sell.
15289We have no interest in buying anything right now.
15290Show us your wares.
15291We don't need anything today.
15292Hi! I'm Laerta. That's my twin sister, Louise. Mom and Dad don't believe us, but there's a bogeyman that comes and looks in our window every night. We're real glad we're twins because, if there were only one of us, then there'd be no one to hold on to when we get scared.
15293Laerta
15294Sarhedra
15295We're interested in selling or even buying magical items. What do you have?
15296Sorry but we do not.
15297What kind of aid can you give us?
15298We don't require any help at the moment.
15299Do you believe us about the bogeyman?
15300Get away from us, you bogeypeople!
15301Thanks for getting rid of the bogeyman. Louise and I aren't scared nearly as much now.
15302Hi! I'm Louise. That's my twin sister, Laerta. We're nine.
15303ENTER A SAVE GAME NAME
15304Empty
15305Are you sure you want to delete this game?
15306overwrite
15307You do not have permission to move the party from this area.
15308You scared away the bogeyman, didn't you? Here, Mom says to give this scroll. I think it's supposed to protect you from any other bogeypeople you find.
15309Jared
15310Erlin Hendrick
15311What provender do you provide?
15312We need nothing at the moment.
15313Jeb
15314Please, lay off your attack! I mean no harm.
15315What provender do you provide?
15316We need nothing right now.
15317Could you describe to us your provender?
15318We'll just be on our way.
15319Can you tell us what you have to offer here?
15320Goodbye.
15321Can you tell us what you have to offer here?
15322See you later.
15323My name is Gervisse and, as you can tell, I am a mage. The two young girls within that fateful room face a dark and uncertain future. They have already come under the eye of a powerful druid who goes by the name of Voltine. She has polymorphed herself, into what I know not, in an effort to infiltrate the house and abduct the twins in the night. Please believe me. Voltine must be found or the twins are in grave danger, indeed.
15324What do you have to offer here?
15325We won't just stand here and let you insult us. Goodbye!
15326Yes.
15327Thank you for dealing with Voltine. I have no reward for you but rest in the knowledge that you have done the right thing. You have my word that it will not be forgotten.
15328It is the graveyard shift, is it not, my friend? I pray you find Voltine soon as it cannot be long before she makes her move.
15329Mmn, how impertinent of you to spy on a lady as she's changing. My name is Voltinabulai... but you may call me Voltine, if you wish.
15330Olivia
15331Fergus
15332There is a dirty old mage in these parts. His name's Gervisse and he lurks around at night, peering in through people's windows. As it is a "hobby" you seem to share, may I presume that you are close acquaintances...?
15333Journal
15334I don't have the patience to play your silly games.
15335So, you have proved yourself to be of some use after all. As I told you, Gervisse was a dirty old man and this city is safer without him. Here, allow me to give this wand as a... thank you for services rendered.
15336Taste, then, the fury of Voltine!
15337I'm afraid you have done all you can for me.
15338Very well. If you must fight, then so must I...
15339I don't have to know someone to know I don't like them... Draw steel!
15340Chapter
15341Get outta here! I don't like the look on your face.
15342Hmph. I bet you're another one of those adventurers wantin' to change the world or somethin'. Well, go pick on the ogres to the south if it will make you feel better.
15343I thought I told you to go pick on the ogres?! They're just to the south, now get outta here... Damn adventurers...
15344That was quick. Damn, I don't know. Go find someone else to talk to, I'm no good at this quest stuff. I have... ummm... people to see and places to be.
15345What services do you provide here?
15346Will you stop talking to me?!
15347We have no need of anything at the moment.
15348You folks are hard-core, aren't you?
15349Oh, thank goodness someone came by. There's a bear on the other side of that bridge, and it's coming this way! Please hold it off—I'll give you anything!
15350I can't run anymore. *sigh* There's just no point to life, is there... We just run in endless circles around and around and around... *sigh*
15351Uh, very well. I'll be on my way, then... Uh... Carry on...
15352Okay, not quite anything. Here's 50 gold pieces, though. Will that be... uh, all right?
15353Why, thank you. That old lumbering oaf could have had me there if it weren't for young lumbering oafs like yourselves. Here, if you're going to be wandering around these mountains for a while, you may need a better pair of boots. As for me, you couldn't pay me to stick around in this place.
15354Jared
15355Bjornin
15356What are you waiting for? You're adventurers, aren't you?
15357Session Password
15358Are you sure you wish to rest?
15359Been a few days since I seen as many strangers as you brought with ya. Hope the town treats ya kindly.
15360What services do you have to offer a weary band of travelers?
15361Thanks for the kind word. Farewell.
15362If you've a good coin to spend, I can set you up with whatever you need. I have all that an adventurer may need. What can I get for the lot of you?
15363That would depend on what you have to offer.
15364I've no need of your services today.
15365I'll not turn away new faces when business has been so slow lately. If you've need of anything, don't hesitate to ask.
15366It's been a rough journey to get here. What do you have to ease our spirits?
15367I need nothing at the moment, though your offer is appreciated.
15368Pray tell, what has brought you into my fine establishment today? New customers are always a welcome sight.
15369I've a coin or two burning a hole in my purse. Let's see what you have to offer.
15370Sorry, but I've no interest in your services at the moment. Perhaps another time.
15371Show me a pretty bit of gold and you can have anything in the store.
15372I've got the gold, but have you anything I need?
15373Sorry, but I'm keeping my coins to myself today.
15374Can a roustabout such as yourself truly appreciate the fine goods I have for sale? I think not.
15375I'll be the judge of that. Let's see what you've got.
15376Fine or not, I've no need for them today.
15377You are welcome to peruse the goods I have on display, provided you have the gold to buy them.
15378I've gold enough, but have you anything worth buying?
15379I'm not interested in your trinkets today.
15380Please, browse and take your time. I've no wish to rush a potential new customer.
15381Let us see what you have, then.
15382There is nothing here that I require. Good day.
15383Welcome to my shop. You are free to look about as you wish, but do try not to break anything.
15384I shall proceed with due care and attention. What do you have to show me?
15385You need not worry about your merchandise, as I was just leaving.
15386I'm afraid my stocks are not quite as full as they should be, but I do try to keep a good supply of the basics on hand.
15387I'm sure that will suffice. Let's have a look, shall we?
15388Perhaps I shall return when your shelves are not so lean.
15389My doors are always open to those with coin in their pockets. If I don't have what you need, then you don't really need it.
15390Show me what you have and I shall decide for myself.
15391Your slogan is tempting, but I am quite well stocked for now. Good day.
15392Hi, I'm Well-Adjusted Al, and my prices are sensible. I used to be called "Crazy Al," but therapy has convinced me that selling plate armor for 3 gold pieces and a small duck was no way to get ahead in business.
15393Ooookay. Just show me what you have and I'll be on my way.
15394Thanks, but no thanks. Get your hand off my arm. I'll be going now. Goodbye.
15395It is good to see someone with coins to spend, especially in these troubling times. No doubt you are part of an adventuring group? Who else would have wealth to spare when commerce is so slow?
15396The source of my good fortune is none of your concern. Just show me your goods and I shall be on my way.
15397Welcome to the Watchful Shield. Our devotion to He of the Unsleeping Eye is unswerving. Please, allow us to shield and protect you under the ceaseless gaze of Helm.
15398You are a bit too interested in my personal business for my liking. I shall go elsewhere for my shopping needs.
15399I'd like to see what services you have to provide.
15400Sorry, the thought of being watched by some kind of ceaseless eye disturbs me immensely. I'll find my own way out.
15401May Oghma guide you along the many and varied paths of knowledge, traveler. It is clear that you have already learned the wisdom of coming here to the Unrolling Scroll. How may I help you?
15402For starters, perhaps you could instill me with the knowledge of what it is you actually do around here...
15403The wise man knows when his purse is too light for such extravagances. Maybe next time.
15404What kind of services do you offer here?
15405We'll make sure to obey your "rules."
15406What kind of services do you have to offer?
15407Ah, my weary sufferers, how may we take on your pain and relieve you of your burdens?
15408We're an unruly bunch, so we'd better be on our way.
15409What kind of services do you have to offer?
15410If you're going to be so rude, my companions will just take leave of this place!
15411Thank you, Brother, but I can still bear my pains for a little while yet. I will return when I have greater need.
15412My sufferings are great. I would be grateful if you would allow me to share them with you.
15413single player
15414multiplayer
15415movies
15416back
15417quit
15418World Map
15419You are mistaken. I do not wish you to return to my service just yet.
15420You are correct! We shall resume our quest to bring justice throughout the land!
15421You've come back! Oh, I knew you would. We were such good friends. Shall we go adventuring again?
15422Sorry, but I do not want you back in the group just yet.
15423If that's the way you want it, then fine, I'll leave! *sniff*
15424I don't wanna go, but if ye're gonna force me, then I guess I'll just mope around here till you come back to your senses and come back for me.
15425You are no more honorable than the Loki spawn I left behind.
15426We have fought well and we have fought bravely. Tempus willing, perhaps I will fight at your side again someday.
15427You've been good to me, friends. Bust some heads, will you?
15428Fine, I'll be leaving the likes of you, then. This party's been just another prison for me.
15429I'm sorry, but my wife and I would like some time alone. Isn't that right, Lovey?
15430I have no patience for your weaknesses. If I want action, I guess I'll have to make my own.
15431world
15432Ah well, even the best things pass away. Your company was enjoyable while it lasted. Perhaps we shall meet again.
15433It is too hard to be stealthy with a group like this. I should have known not to have joined you in the first place.
15434You would have me leave the group? I agree to do so, but only as it serves my purposes for the time being. (I will wait here, but I am not a patient man.)
15435You would cast me out as though I were a servant? (They will all pay for their insolence!)
15436Very well, but do not forget what I have taught you, friends: Walk with rage against all who threaten the Great Mother.
15437Hello there, kid. Rather strange place to be wandering, ain't it? My companion has something to say to ya.
15438I... wish you luck on your... adventures.
15439Good luck on your further ventures.
15440You would cast me out as though I were a servant? (They will all pay for their insolence!)
15441You would have me leave the group? I agree to do so, but only as it serves my purposes for the time being. (I will wait here, but I am not a patient man.)
15442No doubt you have returned to your senses and wish to continue our glorious fight against evil! A wise and fortuitous decision.
15443As it should be! Let us go!
15444But... but... we were a team, we were bound by... by honor! *sigh* Why is everything always so complicated?
15445Indeed, little one. Such fun we will have. Welcome back.
15446Oh, goody good good! Let's go!
15447I don't wanna go, but if ye're gonna force me, then I guess I'll just mope around here till you come back to your senses and come back for me.
15448By Tempus, you have returned! Are we to join again and fight as mighty warriors should? Say it is so!
15449That is a fine idea. We simply could not do without your fighting spirit.
15450I am sorry, but I do not need you back just yet.
15451A triumphant day, indeed! I welcome your company once again!
15452We have fought well and we have fought bravely. Tempus willing, perhaps I will fight at your side again someday.
15453It seems we have crossed paths yet again. Shall we renew our partnership and travel together?
15454Your company was missed by all. Welcome back to the group.
15455I've no need of your services quite yet. Perhaps in the future, but not now.
15456Ah, old friends made new again. A pairing that cannot be beaten.
15457Ah well, even the best things pass away. Your company was enjoyable while it lasted. Perhaps we shall meet again.
15458So you've come back, have you? Perhaps we should join forces once again. There is much work left to be done.
15459That is an excellent idea. Your sage advice and company have been missed.
15460I have other plans for the moment. Perhaps another time.
15461A wise move. Together we can't possibly fail.
15462You've been good to me, friends. Bust some heads, will you?
15463It is about time you returned! If I had waited another moment, you would surely have regretted it! Let's get moving!
15464That is a bit presumptuous of you. I have no desire to have you back just yet.
15465Though I do not enjoy your manner, I do have need of your talents. Welcome back.
15466Save your pleasantries. (I will suffer their company merely because they are useful.)
15467You would cast me aside yet again? Do not press me further! I will wait here, but do not tarry!
15468We meet again. I trust you have been vigilant in protecting the ways of nature? Perhaps we should continue our previous partnership, and further our causes together.
15469I have no need for your assistance at this time, though I may call upon you in the future.
15470Your suggestion is a good one. Welcome back, Faldorn.
15471Very well, but do not forget what I have taught you, friends: Walk with rage against all who threaten the Great Mother.
15472The Insect
15473Death
15474The Circus
15475The Moon
15476A Bear
15477An Outlaw
15478The gulls are even more beautiful than the winds they ride on, are they not? I will be one someday, you know. I long for it more than anything.
15479Ohhhh, I'm a lumberjack an' I'm okay— I work all night an' I shleep all day!
15480You are kinder than you'll ever know. Here, take this wand of lightning as a small token of my gratitude. I'll not need it where I'm going.
15481I'm a werewolf, baby, now an' here I come! I'm a werewolf, baby, now an' here I come! ... *belch*
15482My momma was a sheepdog, my papa was a hound, an' when I fell in love with you, li'l pup, I knew that I'd been found...
15483Ah, it'sh okay, Sham— Everyone'sh a critic...
15484You know little of wisdom and less of beauty.
15485Stay and watch the gulls for a while, if you will. This world is a patient one.
15486Must you get so close?
15487Aye, so everyone's heard, everyone's a rubbernecker then, is that it? Old Gurke had his famous cloak stolen right off his back by a batch of paltry tasloi. Yeah, yeah, it's old news and if you make one crack about the Cloakwood being an appropriate place to lose it, at least, I'll put your liver on the menu. Now move on and let the next people in line have their laugh.
15488Sure, bring your friends, bring your relatives. Damn it, I oughta start charging you fools for this gawkery!
15489My cloak? Hmph, I thought it was as good as gone. Here, let me give you 280 gold pieces for returning it.
15490Put that thing away, you damned fool. I'm a bleeding tourist attraction around here now. There's money in that! Losing this old cloak was the best thing that could have happened to me. No more hacking and slashing my way through life. Nah, I've got it easy now. Keep the damn cloak and good riddance.
15491Move on. I've got paying customers.
15492Back off!
15493Leave me be, friends. I'm still healing from my latest encounters.
15494They did quite a number on me, those half-ogres. There's a band of them fortifying themselves in the mountains south-southwest of here... If you could give them a taste of justice, that would do me proud.
15495So, have you tested your steel against those half-ogres I mentioned?
15496Fine work! News of the battle has reached me even here. In an effort to encourage such deeds of righteousness, allow me to present to you this shield... The Sword Coast needs more heroes of your sort, especially in times as dark as these.
15497How are my fine heroes? If only these wounds of mine were quicker to heal I would be lunging into the heat of battle at your side.
15498I may be injured but, if you are evil enough to attack me then I am good enough to stand my ground. By the Luck of the Lady, draw steel.
15499Take your piety elsewhere, fools. It has no place here.
15500An old "friend" of mine took too close of a liking to some boots of mine. Her name's Pilar and she's probably hiding out at the Friendly Arm Inn, if I know her right. I don't care how you have to do it but I must have those boots back.
15501I see you don't have my boots with you. Do not test my patience as I do not take well to enemies.
15502My boots... Just let me put these on for a moment...
15503Your service has been exemplary. Here is 90 gold pieces for a rainy day...
15504Ah, my boots. You have done well. In payment, allow me heal some of your wounds.
15505Your ongoing visits are less than discreet. I urge you to discontinue them at once.
15506Feeling brave, are we?
15507Unless you're willing to buy a gal some ale, you're not welcome here.
15508Travelers are you? Takes one to know one, I guess... I don't know if you're heading that way but, if you ever end up in Baldur's Gate, keep your eyes open for Gheldehar, an old gnomish cleric. Trickier than an old wyrm, that one. He's still got an old ring of mine which I'd love to have back, actually. Oh, and in case you didn't catch it... that was a subtle hint.
15509Thanks for the ale, sucker.
15510Been to Baldur's Gate yet? Watch your back for Gheldehar when you do...
15511Thanks for your help! Just let me put this ring on. It's been so long...
15512You've done well. Here, let me give you another in return.
15513Very well, then. Let acts of folly betray the fool.
15514Together we shall enforce the laws of nature with the ruthless vigor they deserve.
15515Please help me! I don't know where else to turn. My little boy was playing in that abandoned lighthouse to the northwest when a pack of worgs surrounded it. Please just turn them back, and I can coax him down. There's not much time!
15516To the northwest! It's not far!
15517Thank you so much. You've probably scared him as much as the worgs. I'll coax him down once you've left. Here, this money is all my husband brought back from market this past week but take it. My son's life is worth this and so much more.
15518My son prays for your continued health every night, as do I.
15519*sob* It's no use... We're all as good as dead!
15520You... will meet your doom today, child...
15521Your future... is hemmed in darkness. Your lives... are in the balance. Act wisely, act judiciously... and bring me the sphene gem, should you find it...
15522You... are a light entering darkness. You... are a seeker of truths. You... are more than you realize. The Seer has spoken it because the Seer knows the fear you harbor, the fear you shall yet become. In the lair of the basilisk, you will find a sphene gem... You would do well to bring it to me.
15523Ah... it is sometimes better to abandon one's destiny for a time... It will find you again soon enough.
15524The sphene gem! Indeed, then... you are more than you appear. Someday, you must journey further through the muck and mire of this place for it will tell you as much or more than all of fabled Candlekeep... Like yourself, this city is more than it appears. There are cities below cities, dreams beneath dreams, the past laying buried beneath the crushing weight of the present... Go now, wanderer, for the time will come when you must walk through the darkness to find the light.
15525You are still young and rash and too much of this world... It will be your death all too soon.
15526To define your future, you must know your past, wanderer...
15527Thrown
15528Do not disturb the meditations of the holy.
15529Melee
15530Lightning Bolt
15531Fireball
15532It is hard for me to pursue my meditations in the bustle of this city. Could I ask your assistance in obtaining a potion of mind focusing?
15533Burning Hands
15534Drink
15535Weak
15536Medium
15537Powerful
15538Please, unless you have a potion of mind focusing, I must return to my near-futile motivations.
15539For all its many brutalities, I am grateful to have found people such as yourselves to soften this city's rougher edges. You may call me Quoningar, if you will. Please, take this hammer of mine to remember me by when next you venture into battle.
15540For all its many brutalities, I am grateful to have found people such as yourselves to soften this city's rougher edges. You may call me Quoningar, if you will. Please, take these potions of magic blocking. I get the sense that one could need them in these streets.
15541This city scares me, friend. Every day I stay here, I grow more concerned.
15542I cannot bear this city, but perhaps it would be more enjoyable without you around!
15543Damn basilisks! I think it was heading east but I've had enough of it for one day, thank you very much. If you're into hunting the stupid things down, though, don't let me stop you.
15544I'm so glad you found me out here. Basilisks aren't exactly the thing to face alone. I'm going home but if you want to hunt it down, make sure you take this potion of mirrored eyes along with you. Its lair can't be too far from here.
15545Oh no, you don't... If you want to face that basilisk, that's your business. I'm heading home.
15546Must you? Look, it's been a long day for me... Oh, damn you after all!
15547Enna Hendrick
15548Pilar
15549G'axir the Seer
15550Shaella
15551Gurke
15552Corianna
15553Perdue
15554Erlin Hendrick
15555Gheldehar
15556Shaella
15557Hull
15558Olivia
15559Ardrouine
15560Gurke
15561Firebead Elvenhair
15562Bjornin
15563Quoningar
15564Gheldehar
15566Pilar
15567Perdue
15568Ardrouine
15570G'axir the Seer
15571Hull
15572Quoningar
15574Corianna
15575Firebead Elvenhair
15577I was wondering what you had to offer at this temple of wisdom?
15578Good day to you.
15579Associating myself with you was beneath my honor. Now excuse me, as I must cleanse myself of this entire experience.
15580But... but... we were a team, we were bound by... by honor! *sigh* Why is everything always so complicated?
15581Have ye changed your mind there, kid? Do you want our help?
15582I have no desire to speak with such as you!
15583What sort of cures do you have available?
15584Thank you, but we've just come to take a look around.
15585Worn-out Boots
15586Worn-out Boots
15587Load
15588Save
15589save
15590load
15591credits
15592I'm ready to go right now.
15593Just wait a little longer. There are a few more things I must do.
15594Candlekeep Inn
15595I don't think my friend Marl likes you. It'd probably be wise if you left.
15596Bottle of Wine
15597Bottle of Wine
15598Spider Body
15599Spider Body
15600Merchants' League Estate
15601Ramazith's Home
15602Oberan's Estate
15603Ragefast's Home
15604Gambling Tent
15606Laurel
15607Drienne
15608Velvet
15609Furnelaine
15610Svlast
15611Nim Furlwing
15612Landrin
15613Fahrington
15614Wenric
15615Unshey
15616Zhurlong
15617Mirianne
15618Hulrik
15619Firebead Elvenhair
15620Llindellyn
15621Arkion
15622Nemphre
15623Ordulinian
15624Perdue's Short Sword
15625Keelor
15626Noralee
15627Perdue's Short Sword
15629Welt
15630Pheirkas
15631Algernon
15632Quinn
15633Petrine
15634Bheren
15635Rinnie
15636Lusselyn
15637Fenten
15638Gerde
15639Mad Arcand
15640Shilo Chen
15642Cordyr
15643Phandalyn
15644Ghorak
15645Laurel
15646Agnasia
15647Drienne
15648Nadarin
15649Velvet
15651Furnelaine
15652Svlast
15653Nim Furlwing
15654Nadine
15655Landrin
15656Bellamy
15657Fahrington
15659Wenric
15660Unshey
15661Zhurlong
15662Mirianne
15663Friendly Arm Inn
15664Hulrik
15665Firebead Elvenhair
15666Llindellyn
15667Arkion
15668Nemphre
15669Ordulinian
15670Keelor
15671Nasha
15672Noralee
15673Welt
15674Pheirkas
15675Algernon
15676Quinn
15677Petrine
15678Bheren
15679Rinnie
15680Lusselyn
15681Fenten
15682Gerde
15683Mad Arcand
15684Edie
15685Shilo Chen
15686Cordyr
15687Phandalyn
15688Ghorak
15689Agnasia
15690Nadarin
15691Euric
15692Bellamy
15693[no text]
15694Much to my chagrin, I saved a ranger by the name of Furnelaine from cave bears today...
15695Scroll
15696I am assisting the ranger, Gerde, in her attempt to manage the ankheg population on the plains south of Baldur's Gate. From where I stand at her side, I can see them swarming, coming to the surface roughly fifty yards to the east. On Gerde's instructions, however, I am not to exceed my quota of ten kills.
15697Nasha
15698Svlast's Torment Having survived the revenant's assault with our assistance, poor and wretched Svlast has begged us to complete its task... The day is dark within these ruins, and I fear it's growing ever darker.
15699Landrin, a gnome at the Friendly Arm Inn, has apparently fled her home due to a recent spider infestation in her cellar. The house, she informs me, lies just west of the Jovial Juggler Inn in Beregost. Much as I would rather not have them in my pack, she insists on seeing the bodies of the spiders before I am to receive any payment. She hinted at an extra bit of reward if I bring her husband's old boots and her bottle of wine as well.
15700Landrin, a gnome at the Friendly Arm Inn, appears to think I am her lowly errand runner. Apparently too lazy to walk down the stairs and purchase one from the barkeep, she insists that I fetch her precious wine bottle from the cellar of her house in Beregost... To be honest, at 75 gold pieces, the thought is almost tempting. The house, should I ever seek it out, lies just west of the Jovial Juggler Inn in Beregost. She said something about stepping on spiders and her husband's old boots, but I didn't listen too intently.
15701Landrin, a gnome at the Friendly Arm Inn, has apparently fled her home due to a recent spider infestation in her cellar. The house, she informs me, lies just west of the Jovial Juggler Inn in Beregost. Her husband's boots, apparently of some small import to her, can be found therein and I am to present them to her before I claim my reward. She might give something extra for her bottle of wine and one of the spider bodies as well.
15702Dead Halfling Messenger
15703Svlast's Torment Having survived the revenant's assault with our assistance, poor and wretched Svlast has begged us to complete its task... The day is dark within these ruins, and I fear it's growing ever darker.
15704Much to my chagrin, I saved a ranger by the name of Furnelaine from cave bears today...
15705Against my better judgment, I have agreed to find and return the sword stolen from Perdue the halfling. If his directions are correct, I should find it amidst a band of gnolls apparently lurking in the hills west of the Friendly Arm Inn, very close to the High Hedge wizard home.
15706Reevor has once again pressed me into service in his storehouse. All reports suggest that our feline forces have turned traitor and that the rats are on the offensive. It appears that I am our last hope in the face of such an awesome display of power. Farewell, dear Journal... Farewell.
15707At the invitation of a paladin by the name of Laurel, I am to assist in this region's ongoing battle against the gibberling hordes. At her suggestion, I will prepare as much fire magic as possible, as it is said the beasts fear flames above all else.
15708At the invitation of a paladin by the name of Laurel, I am to assist in this region's ongoing battle against the gibberling hordes.
15709Through her tears, the dear child Drienne has asked me to rescue her cat from the waterfall. Although I haven't the heart to tell her so, I fear the worst.
15710The joyous atmosphere of the Nashkel carnival is infectious. At the encouragement of Velvet the huckster and his sparring chickens, I have even indulged in some friendly gambling.
15711I saved Furnelaine the ranger from a cave bear attack in the Cloakwood today.
15712I saved Furnelaine the ranger from a cave bear attack today... It is almost strange to feel the warmth of friendship in the haunted chill of the Cloakwood.
15713Svlast's Torment I have been witness to sad events within the Firewine ruins. An ex-paladin by the name of Svlast is being hunted by the spirit of his brother in the faith, whom he wrongfully killed. Never have I seen a more dejected and repentant soul than poor Svlast. He has begged us not to interfere but my heart does not rest easy with such a choice...
15714[no text]
15715I feel more a fool than a hearty adventurer today. It appears I arrived too late and did too little to rescue the fine hunting hounds of a certain Nim Furlwing in the Wood of Sharp Teeth.
15716The Wood of Sharp Teeth, indeed! Today, I rescued the purebred hounds of Nim Furlwing from dire wolves and am, admittedly, still a little sore from the attempt.
15717The Wood of Sharp Teeth, indeed! Today, I rescued the purebred hounds of Nim Furlwing from dire wolves and am, admittedly, still a little sore from the attempt.
15718I feel more a fool than a hearty adventurer today. It appears I arrived too late and did too little to rescue the fine hunting hounds of a certain Nim Furlwing in the Wood of Sharp Teeth.
15719Fahrington, a strange priest in the Wood of Sharp Teeth, has had his scroll of wisdom stolen by an east-bound tasloi. I felt sorry for the poor man as he does seem to be in desperate need of it.
15720Fahrington, a strange priest in the Wood of Sharp Teeth, has had his scroll of wisdom stolen. He appears to know the area well and suspects that it has fallen into the claws of an ettercap to the east.
15721A zombie infestation has been terrorizing the few settlers unlucky enough to own land by the river. An old farmer by the name of Wenric has counted twenty of them and will pay me an impressive 150 gold pieces if I can get rid of every last one.
15722A zombie infestation has been terrorizing the few settlers unlucky enough to own land by this swamp. An old farmer by the name of Wenric figures that a lowly slime may be at the root of it all. If I can just find that slime and kill it, I can net a clean 150 gold pieces and get out of this pallor'd place. My only other option is to go zombie-hunting. As there are said to be twenty of them, it is an idea I don't particularly relish. Nevertheless, I had better start counting...
15723According to a dwarven cleric by the name of Unshey, a rogue ogre with a belt fetish is making a name for himself just south of the Friendly Arm Inn. As Unshey claims to be an author, maybe she'd give me a copy of her book if I can get her girdle of piercing back...
15724A pesky thief named Zhurlong has been pickpocketing me every time I try to get a word in edgewise, but I'd rather not cause a scene. He did mention losing some boots to hobgoblins in the badlands south of the city, though. I get the sense, somehow, that returning those boots to him may be the only way to make peace and have my goods returned. He can be found in the Burning Wizard tavern in Beregost.
15725I was moved by the pleas of Mirianne of Beregost today. Her husband, Roe, had to make a trip south to Amn and she is understandably worried for his safety. I have sworn to keep my eyes open for any news of relevance I might encounter in my journeys down that road.
15727After scaring off a band of ogres along the road to Amn, I found a letter sewn into the vest of their unfortunate victim, a halfling messenger. It is from someone named Roe and is addressed to Mirianne of Beregost.
15728I may very well be the first adventurer in the realms to have learned something useful by saving a cow. Hulrik, her owner, informs me that xvarts and kobolds appear to be using the Nashkel mines as a base. For what, only Oghma knows but I get the sense that the pesky critters are not alone down there...
15729It appears that xvarts have been making regular raids on the livestock around Nashkel. They must be operating from a base nearby but where, exactly, I cannot be sure.
15730I have met an old friend in Beregost! Firebead Elvenhair, an elderly mage who visited the library at Candlekeep on occasion, has asked me to check out the stores in the area and purchase a copy of "The History of the Fateful Coin" for him, should I ever set eyes on it. Confining as its walls could be, there are days when I miss Candlekeep with every bone and every ounce of flesh in my body. This, I guess, is just going to be one of those days...
15731Here I am, yet another lowly adventurer beating about the bushes, looking for some stranger's lucky arrow. I mean, Llindellyn is a nice enough guy but... shouldn't I be out slaying tarrasques or something?
15732It appears that my reputation has preceded me in Baldur's Gate. A necromancer named Arkion is in need of corpses and has singled me out for the task. According to him, the sewers are the best place for this kind of task... I get the feeling that he and I are going to get along just fine... I can find him again in a house just south of the Elfsong Tavern.
15733I have met a necromancer by the name of Nemphre here in Baldur's Gate... and I must admit, I think I am in a bit over my head. She has asked me to obtain a bloodstone amulet from a man named Arkion and return it to her. The only trouble is, Arkion sounds like a rather powerful mage, and I get the sense that he won't part with that amulet willingly... There is something about this city that scares me somehow. Nemphre can be found in a house just south of the Elfsong Tavern.
15734There is a woman in Baldur's Gate who has been gifted with the... succulent name of Nemphre... I must admit, I am torn between a certain sense of passion and a much less certain sense of foreboding. Arkion, an old lover of hers, has apparently kept an amulet of hers that she would like to have returned. Maybe if I could just talk to him... I found Nemphre in a house just south of the Elfsong Tavern.
15735The priest Ordulinian has passed on a strange warning regarding two necromancers engaged in a longstanding but petty feud. Their names are Arkion and Nemphre and I have been advised to steer clear of their meddling while in Baldur's Gate.
15736Ordulinian has told me the tale of two of Baldur's Gate's greatest fools, necromancers and ex-lovers, Nemphre and Arkion. He appears to have grown tired of their endless feuding and has asked me to bring Arkion's bloodstone amulet and Nemphre's onyx ring to him so that it might be settled once and for all. I can find Ordulinian at the Sorcerous Sundries.
15737Upon restoring Keelor to consciousness, the battered dwarf informed me that there are gnolls in the area. As has been made clear to me by Keelor's condition, they are becoming an ever-increasing threat.
15738Upon restoring Keelor to consciousness, the battered dwarf informed me of the presence of gnolls in the area. As has been made clear to me by Keelor's condition, they are becoming an ever-increasing threat. I had better check in with him next time I pass through Beregost as I suspect he was in more pain than he chose to admit.
15739Upon restoring Keelor to consciousness, the battered dwarf informed me that the gnolls have been increasing their presence in the area. As has been made clear to me by Keelor's condition, they represent a growing threat. In a move of unexpected kindness, he also offered the healing services of his sister, Nasha, a cleric in the southern quarter of Baldur's Gate, should I or my party ever require them.
15740Noralee, a half-elven fighter in Baldur's Gate, has lost a new pair of gauntlets somewhere along the road between the warehouse where she works and the harbor.
15741Welt, a man in the slums of Baldur's Gate who has mastered the art of the monosyllabic word and who looks, nay, even smells like an ogre has asked me to gather rats for his dog Pooch. He doesn't look like the type one would typically say no to...
15742Pheirkas, a dwarven fighter in Baldur's Gate, has asked me to undertake what I can only call a covert mission. Staying at Feldepost's Inn in Beregost is the apparently obese Algernon. Kept on his person is a cloak that Pheirkas is interested in, shall we say, acquiring... The risk is great but the reward, I'm sure, is handsome. Pheirkas can be found in the northwest section of the city.
15743A young gnome by the name of Quinn informs me that some ankhegs have been causing chaos upriver from Baldur's Gate, along the east bank, just north of the witch Tenya's home. His friend Nester has already met his fate in their midst and Quinn has asked me to return there in the hopes of finding something for the burial... To be honest, I don't expect there'll be too much of Nester left... But the boy is grieving, so I will do as asked. Quinn can be found in the northwest section of the city.
15744Petrine, one of Baldur's Gate's countless orphans, has lost the one thing she still holds dear in life: her cat, Angel. It is difficult not to feel a deep pity for the sweet girl... but she doesn't want my pity, only my help. According to Petrine, Angel has likely returned to the house of her uncle Bheren, from whose place she has fled and is reluctant to return. If I could find the cat's ring, I would probably make Petrine a very happy girl.
15745I visited Bheren of Baldur's Gate in his house today. He appears upset with a cat that is loitering about and he mentioned someone named Petrine.
15746I visited Bheren of Baldur's Gate in his house today. He has offered me the proverbial cloak off his back in exchange for the death of a rather bothersome cat...
15747Rinnie, a bard and balladeer here in Baldur's Gate, has asked me to bring her a history of the Unicorn Run, should I ever encounter one in my travels. Rinnie can be found in one of the houses located beside the palace.
15748I gafe 100 gold pieshesh to Lushelyn, my paaaaal atshuh Splurgin' Sturgeon, for shafe keepin'... Heh, hee... 'E shaysh dat dere'sh shlimes and oozshes shomewheresh inshuh tavern here, and I can dubble them gold pieshesh jusht fer killin' them off... Ohhh, my brain hurtsh...
15749Ye're too mutsh, Lushelyn, you owld shlippery fish! You'd jusht shpend it all on boozshe and shtuff...
15750100 gold pieshesh it ish, Lushelyn my owld paaaal! *hic*
15751In west Baldur's Gate, a sturdy old dwarf by the name of Fenten informed me that there have been some troubles with ankhegs south of the city, across the river. I'm to find a woman named Gerde for further instructions.
15752In west Baldur's Gate, a sturdy old dwarf by the name of Fenten has promised to buy some ankheg scales off me. Apparently there's a swarm of them to the south of the city, across the river. I'm to find a woman named Gerde for further instructions.
15753Me fight now then! Make you dessert! Pound you to pudding! Mmm, pudding.
15754You no bother now, me eat. We fight after me fat-happy.
15755I told you my husband would be here!
15756What are you doing in my home?! If you've harmed my wife in any way, I'll have your head! In fact, I think I'll take your filthy lives right now! Draw steel.
15757Nashkel
15758Dryad of the Cloud Peaks
15759Dryad of the Cloud Peaks
15760I encountered an old sage who goes by the entirely justified name of Mad Arcand... Even through the froth of his insanity, some interesting clues have surfaced, however. He claims there is a ship along the shoreline containing something of value. He has asked, in his way, that I return this mysterious item to him, making sure not to use it in the interim... For all his apparent madness, however, I cannot help but be suspicious of this strange man.
15761Edie, a young woman studying for the entrance exam to Baldur's Gate's Merchants' League, appears to need whatever help that I can give her. To be honest, however, I'm not sure how much help I could even be in a case like this...
15762The young Edie has asked for my assistance in cheating on Baldur's Gate's Merchants' League's dreaded entrance examination. It would admittedly be less than honorable but perhaps a little bit of intelligence- or wisdom-influencing magic might do the trick...
15763A fine and lovely day to ye! Would you be interested in any of my fine odds and ends? I have endeavored to keep prices reasonable even in spite of the shortages of late.
15764I have no need of your trinkets. Good day.
15765Let's see what you have for offer.
15766If you've gold in your purse, you are a welcome sight in mine eyes. What do you need?
15767Let's see what you have to offer.
15768I need nothing as of now. Perhaps I shall return later.
15769I trust you are enjoying the fair? A fine time, despite the recent shenanigans involving the mines and those pesky bandits as well. What can I get for you?
15770It has been a lovely diversion, indeed. What wares have you available?
15771Sorry, but I've no need of anything right now. Perhaps another time.
15772Shilo Chen, a ranger from the Wood of Sharp Teeth, is currently seeking help in Baldur's Gate. A group of ogre magi is killing off the wildlife in the wood's southwest corner. He has asked me to go there and see what I can do. If he can find any other willing adventurers, he'll send them as reinforcements.
15773Ah well, I suppose it will give me the opportunity to work on this new ballad I've been thinking of... I bet you'll never guess who the protagonists are!
15774You're no better than Ms. Silke! It will catch up with you someday, mark my words.
15775I met a friendly fisherman by the name of Cordyr in Baldur's Gate. Apparently two sirines have moved into his fishing grounds down south where the Cloud Peaks tumble into the sea.
15776My party has been attacked by Phandalyn, an over-vigilant paladin loitering in one of Baldur's Gate's many seedy taverns. Mental note: When one depends on a party of evil, steer clear of musclebound paladins.
15777Upon attempting to cure Ghorak the Diseased in the slums of Baldur's Gate, he has asked a dark favor of me. Behind a painting at the Three Old Kegs lies the skull of his brother Kereph. I am to present it to Agnasia in The Lady's Hall, where perhaps I will learn more of this sorry tale.
15778You're back! And just in time, too. I need material for a few more verses of my tribute to our friendship.
15779A basilisk has escaped from the ship that was carrying it and is now petrifying everyone at a warehouse on the dock in Baldur's Gate. If I can successfully dispose of it, Nadarin ought to be very grateful!
15780Nadine of Baldur's Gate has asked me to deliver a good luck talisman to her son. He has run away again and will likely be playing somewhere in one of Baldur's Gate's taverns.
15781It would be a pleasure to have your company again. A good bard is always a welcome companion.
15782Sorry, but I really don't want you back just yet.
15783Bellamy, a decidedly mysterious halfling bard, has warned me to steer clear of a paladin lurking behind one of the dockside taverns here in Baldur's Gate. His name is Phandalyn, and, from the sound of it, my reputation has preceded me.
15784Fergus, a Flaming Fist soldier, is in need of a ring for his love. I am sure that nothing but an angel skin ring will do.
15785The young twins, Laerta and Louise, claim that a "bogeyman" watches them through their window every night. Now, I don't believe in bogeymen but I've seen enough in my travels to believe that there's something out there and I don't like the sound of it...
15786Old Gervisse, who claims to be watching over a pair of young twins in Baldur's Gate, has asked me to seek out and kill a dangerous druid named Voltine. She is apparently polymorphing herself in an attempt to slip past Gervisse's nightly defenses and abduct the twins. There is something that still disturbs me about all of this but I'm not sure what...
15787In the midst of rather... unfortunate circumstances, I have learned from Voltine, a shape-changing druid, that this city suffers from an old Peeping Tom named Gervisse. As my encounter with Voltine got off to a bad start, it may be in my best interest to deal with Gervisse and thus return me to the druid's good graces.
15788Sarhedra, a rather muddled dwarven fighter, has warned me of an ogre encampment to the south...
15789I have just met Jared, a lone and frightened merchant, in the wilds of these mountains. He has just fled some bears who have apparently laid claim to the other side of this bridge...
15790It appears that I have wormed my way into some inter-farmer politics here in the fields just south of the River Chionthar. Old Jeb tells me that his neighbor, Old Man Hendrick, has fed some item of value to one of his chickens, lacking, I suppose, any better hiding place... The lure of this strange tale is admittedly a hard one to resist. If nothing else, I suspect I will at least nose around Hendrick's farm a bit as it lies just west of here.
15791Shaella, a most interesting priestess of Leira, has sent me on a pilgrimage home to Candlekeep, wherein lies the Great Book of the Unknowing. To read from its pages, nay, even to touch this Greatest of Books, blesses one with the ignorance that only it can grant. I will speak with her again once I have found it.
15792The druid Olivia, in her seat by the sea, weaves her words as one would weave a spell. She yearns to be a gull someday and fly in their midst. It is a noble dream and, if I can grant it, I surely will, if for no other reason than to watch the beauty of her flight...
15793The druid Olivia, in her seat by the sea, weaves her words as one would weave a spell. There is a darkness to her, though, although she seems to have found her peace with it. She has invited me to watch some of that darkness tonight and, when it appears, place a ring on its haunted finger and thereby rest its soul.
15794Gurke, a crusty old dwarf in Beregost, has had his supposedly famous cloak stolen from him by a batch of tasloi in the Cloakwood. After our brief encounter, I have come to the conclusion that I'd do almost anything to rid him of that sour mood!
15795Bjornin, a paladin currently healing from his wounds in Beregost's Jovial Juggler Inn, has asked me to uproot a band of half-ogres. According to his report, they have been fortifying themselves in the mountains south-southwest of town.
15796We are surely at the beginning of an epic tale. Lead on!
15797I stumbled across a dirty little gnome called Gheldehar in an alleyway today. He claims that Pilar, an old "friend" currently staying at the Friendly Arm Inn, has stolen his boots, and he would like to have them returned. As Gheldehar didn't seem to care how I may acquire them, I suspect his use of the term "friend" was little more than window-dressing.
15798Heh, my reputation's probably calmed down by now anyways. See ya around, ya lumps.
15799You've got hardy hides, folk. If you ever need a little more dwarven muscle around, you've got it.
15800Over a frothy ale at the Friendly Arm Inn, Pilar the half-elf has warned me of Gheldehar, an old gnomish cleric in Baldur's Gate. He still has an old ring of hers and, if I could ever get it back to her, she has promised to make the journey worth my while.
15801I cannot write long as I am faced with a pressing emergency: worgs have surrounded an abandoned lighthouse to the west and poor Ardrouine's son is trapped within. May Tymora bless the peasants of this land for their lives are never easy.
15802It's about time you got back! Some nerve yous barrelheads have, leaving me standing here for so long. It's a wonder I suffer your company at all.
15803His sentences overwrought with emphatic hesitations, G'axir the Seer has informed me that my future is hemmed in darkness. His predictions are less than surprising... Even so, he has asked me to bring him a sphene gem that apparently lies within the harbor. G'axir can be found at the Blade and Stars.
15804You'll not "suffer" long if you keep up that attitude. Get in step Kagain, we've business to attend to.
15805His sentences overwrought with emphatic hesitations, G'axir the Seer has informed me that I am a light entering darkness. His predictions are less than surprising... Even so, he has asked me to bring him a sphene gem that supposedly rests in the lair of a basilisk, somewhere in the docks. G'axir can be found at the Blade and Stars.
15806Straight to the point, I respect that. Let's go.
15807Well, you don't have to. I don't need you back yet.
15808So be it. I do like your style, though. I'll be 'round here somewheres if you do have need o' some extra muscle.
15809The priest Quoningar, apparently as unused to the city's endless bustle as I, is looking for a potion of mind focusing. Without it, I doubt if he will ever finish his meditations...
15810I have rescued the ranger Corianna from where she stood, petrified by a basilisk's gaze. Although Corianna has no desire to meet the creature a second time, she has been kind enough to inform me that it was heading east...
15811I have rescued the ranger Corianna from where she stood, petrified by a basilisk's gaze. Although she has no desire to meet the creature a second time, Corianna has been kind enough to give me a potion of mirrored eyes and inform me that it was heading east...
15812I am glad to rid myself of such burdensome companions.
15813It is a good time for us to go our separate ways. Perhaps we shall meet again.
15814Bowl of Water Elemental Control
15815Child's Body
15816Duke Eltan's Body
15817Broken Armor
15818Broken Miscellaneous
15819Dead Cat
15820Chew Toy
15821Bowl of Water Elemental Control
15822Child's Body
15823Duke Eltan's Body
15824Broken Armor
15825Broken Miscellaneous
15826Dead Cat
15827Chew Toy
15828Ziose is the name given by sages to a particular facet-grade variety of ziosite, a rare mineral that yields cut stones that flash three vivid hues depending on how the light catches them: purple, blue, and red, or purple, green, and red. Very large (fist- or foot-sized) gems are prized for use in pendants and brooches. STATISTICS: Weight: 0
15829Bowl of Water Elemental Control
15830Child's Body
15831Duke Eltan's Body
15832Broken Armor
15833Broken Miscellaneous
15834Dead Cat
15835Chew Toy
15836With your hurried flight from Candlekeep barely behind you, the troubles facing the Sword Coast seem an unfamiliar blur to your fractured nerves. Gorion would not have you sit idle, however, and perhaps investigating local concerns will shed some light on your own predicament. How the iron shortage or the trouble in the Nashkel mines could possibly be linked to you, you have no idea.
15837It is certain that the death of Mulahey will relieve the fears of the terrorized folk of Nashkel, but you remain uneasy. While the half-orc may indeed have caused the evils that befell the mine, the shortage of iron is too widespread to be his doing alone. His letters confirm your suspicions, and though they give little indication as to where his cohorts are hiding, they may have links to the bandits that currently plague the Coast Way.
15838Mulahey and Tazok have proven to be nothing more than puppets; the true master of this unfolding mystery continues to elude you. One thing is certain: Someone has taken a very personal interest in seeking your death, though why, you are not sure. Your search for answers continues, and the foreboding Cloakwood forest is your next target.
15839You have dealt a great blow to the organization known as the Iron Throne, a defeat that you are certain will not be ignored. Now you must travel to the great city of Baldur's Gate, where you are certain to find the truth behind the strange plot that plagues the citizens of the Sword Coast.
15840Your journey has come full circle. Duke Eltan has asked that you travel back to Candlekeep, where you must spy upon the leaders of the Iron Throne. While it troubles you that such evil men now make use of the great library, and you wish the circumstances of your visit would be different, it will still be a pleasure to return to your former home.
15841Life continues to be quite the challenge. You have been accused of murdering the Iron Throne leaders, and the Flaming Fist will undoubtedly hound your every step because of it. Despite all of this, you must return to the city of Baldur's Gate, the very lair of your accusers. You must find and expose the one who is responsible for your predicament; you must find Sarevok.
15842Brage's Body
15843Brage's Body STATISTICS: Weight: 105
15844It is good that you have returned, for there is much important work left to be done.
15845Work that shall have to wait, I'm afraid. I do not wish to have you back just yet.
15846I would tend to agree. Perhaps we should rejoin and continue on our way.
15847That is your decision to make, but I won't wait an eternity.
15848A wise choice. Lead on.
15849Please don't leave me out here! Do you hear buzzards? I hear buzzards.
15850Hmph! You are superfluous to my well-being and I can't say I'll miss being confronted with your orcish face and troll-like breath each morning! Good riddance to stupid rubbish!
15851It's about time you came back! I thought for sure that you had met some characteristically stupid end, like forgetting to breath or something.
15852Oh, how I had missed your charming nature. Take a hike, Quayle!
15853As much as I despise you, I have need of your services once again.
15854You are just too stupid to realize how much you need me. Don't worry, I'll wait here until you smarten up.
15855Of course you do! You would be a complete and utter moron if you didn't think so! Lead on.
15856Damn it, you lose one well-fought duel to an oafish lout of a man and you get attached. I almost hate to say it but you've earned my respect.
15857Ah, I'm finally released from this infernal duty! I swear by every god in a million pantheons that I will NEVER lose a duel to another overly masculine thug in my life.
15858You have returned. That is fortunate, as I do not feel I have truly paid my debt to you just yet.
15859A debt you have, but I do not wish to collect at this time. Perhaps later.
15860I do have need of you, but not because of your debt. Your skill is invaluable to me.
15861Make no mistake: I follow you only because of your prowess in battle. When that falters, so does my loyalty.
15862Do not try my patience! I will wait for a time, but I have no tolerance of ungrateful winners.
15863You have been very kind to me in this strange and lighted world. Perhaps you are right, though. The drow were meant to be a race apart... Take care of yourselves, all right?
15864A welcome release. Your weakling surface ways have left a bitter taste in my mouth. Perhaps I should seek shelter back under the cover of the earth. I understood my fellows there.
15865Shar has crossed our paths yet again. I would welcome your company, as I have found little purchase among others of this land.
15866You are too much of a disrupting influence on the group, and I do not wish to call undue attention my way. No, I'll not have you back.
15867Many would judge you by your race alone, but I will give you ample opportunity to prove yourself as an individual.
15868I could ask for little else.
15869That is your choice to make. I shall likely be hiding somewhere near here, if you decide to change your mind.
15870Can I not stay with you, even a little longer? Our time together has been... quite enjoyable. Ah well, perhaps we shall meet again.
15871Hmm, it seems that northern men are as mindless as they are impotent. Leave as you wish, I have my own agenda.
15872Well, it certainly is a pleasure to see you again. No doubt you've come to renew our working relationship?
15873Chapter <CurrentChapter>
15874LOCKED
15875Sorry, but I've no interest in pursuing any sort of relationship with you. Perhaps some other time?
15876Indeed. I have a definite need for your particular type of... talents.
15877I'm sure you do. Lead and I shall follow.
15878I see. Well, do not test my patience indefinitely. I have my own concerns to worry about as well.
15879Nestled atop the cliffs that rise from the Sword Coast, the citadel of Candlekeep houses the finest and most comprehensive collection of writings on the face of Faerûn. It is an imposing fortress, kept in strict isolation from the intrigues that occasionally plague the rest of the Forgotten Realms. It is secluded, highly regimented, and it is home.
15880Within these hallowed halls of knowledge, your story begins. You have spent most of your twenty years of life within this keep's austere walls, under the tutelage of the sage Gorion. Acting as your father, he has raised you on a thousand tales of heroes and monsters, lovers and infidels, battles and tragedies. However, one story was always left untold: that of your true heritage. You have been told that you are an orphan, but your past is largely unknown.
15881Drawn to the clamor of the forge at an early age, you have become quite skilled working for the monks of the keep, and have kept them supplied with whatever tools are occasionally required. Inspired by your foster father's tales of ironclad heroes, however, you know you would much rather swing a blade than a smithy's hammer. One of the Watchers has been kind enough to take you under her wing, and has trained you in the basics of the deadly arts. You yearn to leave the safe walls of your library home and venture forth along the Trade Way, a trusty weapon at your side.
15882Inspired by your foster father's knowledge of the magical arts, you have made especially productive use of your library home. You have pored over the vast, if often inaccessible, treasury of magical lore and learned as much as you can. Gorion has been kind enough to instruct you in the basics, but he seems a touch overly concerned about your safety. You know, however, that experience could teach you so much more, and you yearn to travel as a journeyman mage.
15883Inspired by your foster father's colorful tales of rogues and scoundrels, you have spent your childhood yearning for intrigue. On the stage of your imagination, the ambling, preoccupied monks of the keep have often played the secret lords of Waterdeep, their purses ripe targets for your nimble fingers. On more than one occasion Gorion has asked you to very tactfully return a pen or an inkwell to the pocket from which it came. The more valuable of the keep's treasures remain impenetrable to your wiles, but you have little desire to steal from your benefactors anyway; you long for more appropriate and accessible pickings.
15884Long have you marveled at the tales read to you by your foster father, many gathered from the various holy books on the shelves of Candlekeep. The strength and power of faith inspired you, but the petty squabbles of the gods only filled you with disdain. From this you came to understand the monks with whom you share your home and the nature of their beliefs. Joining in their studies you have come to think of yourself as one of the Avowed. Some of the brethren, perhaps responding to Gorion's subtle urging, have graciously fielded your many questions and taught you much about the meaning and role of the priesthood.
15885Set as they were against the sounds of the sea crashing against the rocks outside the keep, you have always been drawn to your foster father's tales of the unspoiled wilderness. You have occasionally found exotic flowers pressed and long forgotten between the pages of tomes, and often spent long hours studying Nature's varied forms in some of the library's many journals. It is your foremost wish that someday you will leave the sterile walls of Candlekeep, and worship the Earthmother in her own presence.
15886You have long been enraptured by your foster father's countless tales, though not so much for the content as for the art of the telling. Blessed by a world of books, you have surrounded yourself with the ancient legends and endless lore, and developed quite a skill for showmanship. One of the cooks has become quite fond of you and, between recitations of often bawdy poems and songs, has provided you with somewhat haphazard voice instruction. Gorion, in his kindness and wisdom, has been urging you to find another teacher before you ruin your voice for good.
15887Inspired by your foster father's tales of chivalry and honor, from a young age you committed yourself to the pursuit of good and the punishment of evil. Candlekeep is a world of many sacred and unspoken laws, and you have learned to uphold them all unquestionably. Your honesty and integrity have brought you to the attention of some of the keep's Great Readers, but none of them have had cause to call upon your services yet. While the citadel sees the passage of the occasional ne'er-do-well, its regimented atmosphere rarely needs to be purged of evil. The peace of your surroundings should be comforting, but instead you find it stifling. You know your true place is traveling the realms, fighting evil wherever the need arises.
15888Inspired by your foster father's tales of adventure amidst the barrens, hills, and forests of Faerûn, you have learned to appreciate the power and challenges of the wilderness. While you cannot remember ever venturing further than the outer walls of Candlekeep, you are a welcome and frequent visitor to its stables and pens. Much of your time is also spent atop the great towers of the citadel, where birds often seek shelter from both predators and the chill of the ocean winds. Still, you yearn to reach beyond, deep into the meadows and forests that you behold from your lofty perch.
15889Inspired by your foster father's loving tales, you have always dreamt of living the life of an adventurer, traveling the land by your wits and talents alone. The grounds of the keep were often the stage for many an imagined battle, much to the consternation of the monks that share your home. Companions your age being somewhat of a rarity, you endured by playing every role yourself, a habit that has stayed with you as you enter into adulthood. As Gorion used to advise you, "A little bit of everything makes a better soup."
15890You know little of how you came to be a ward of Gorion's, but over the years you have gleaned something of your mother's tale from his vague allusions and from the words he sometimes uttered in tear-filled sleep. She was a dwarf from Mithral Hall and a friend of his for many seasons. As you have no memory of her, nor any keepsakes to remind you of her existence, you have come to believe that she died while giving birth to you. Perhaps it was the pain of such a parting that led Gorion to cloister himself within the narrow halls of Candlekeep and raise you as his own. Of your father, you have learned nothing.
15891You know little of how you came to be a ward of Gorion's, but over the years you have gleaned something of your mother's tale from his vague allusions and from the words he sometimes uttered in tear-filled sleep. She was an elf from the High Forest and a friend of his for many seasons. As you have no memory of her, nor any keepsakes to remind you of her existence, you have come to believe that she died while giving birth to you. Perhaps it was the pain of such a parting that led Gorion to cloister himself within the narrow halls of Candlekeep and raise you as his own. Of your father, you have learned nothing.
15892You know little of how you came to be a ward of Gorion's, but over the years you have gleaned something of your mother's tale from his vague allusions and from the words he sometimes uttered in tear-filled sleep. She was a half-elf from the courts of Ashabenford and a friend of his for many seasons. As you have no memory of her, nor any keepsakes to remind you of her existence, you have come to believe that she died while giving birth to you. Perhaps it was the pain of such a parting that led Gorion to cloister himself within the narrow halls of Candlekeep and raise you as his own. Of your father, you have learned nothing.
15893You know little of how you came to be a ward of Gorion's, but over the years you have gleaned something of your mother's tale from his vague allusions and from the words he sometimes uttered in tear-filled sleep. She was a halfling from Luiren and a friend of his for many seasons. As you have no memory of her, nor any keepsakes to remind you of her existence, you have come to believe that she died while giving birth to you. Perhaps it was the pain of such a parting that led Gorion to cloister himself within the narrow halls of Candlekeep and raise you as his own. Of your father, you have learned nothing.
15894You know little of how you came to be a ward of Gorion's, but over the years you have gleaned something of your mother's tale from his vague allusions and from the words he sometimes uttered in tear-filled sleep. She was a gnome from the Thunder Peaks region and a friend of his for many seasons. As you have no memory of her, nor any keepsakes to remind you of her existence, you have come to believe that she died while giving birth to you. Perhaps it was the pain of such a parting that led Gorion to cloister himself within the narrow halls of Candlekeep and raise you as his own. Of your father, you have learned nothing.
15895You know little of how you came to be a ward of Gorion's, but over the years you have gleaned something of your mother's tale from his vague allusions and from the words he sometimes uttered in tear-filled sleep. She was a human from Silverymoon and a friend of his for many seasons. As you have no memory of her, nor any keepsakes to remind you of her existence, you have come to believe that she died while giving birth to you. Perhaps it was the pain of such a parting that led Gorion to cloister himself within the narrow halls of Candlekeep and raise you as his own. Of your father, you have learned nothing.
15896Lately, Gorion has been growing distant from you, as if some grave matter weighs heavily on his heart. You have asked about his concerns as gently as possible, but your queries have been in vain. Your sole comfort is the knowledge that he is a wise man, and you know he will tell you when the time is right. Nonetheless, his silence is troubling, and you cannot help but feel that something is terribly wrong...
15897RACIAL ENEMY
15898Today, Gorion has appeared more agitated than ever, and now he has uncharacteristically interrupted your chores in the middle of the day. Imparting hurried instructions for you to equip yourself for travel, he has handed you what gold he can spare, but given no clue as to why. Nevertheless, you now stand before the Candlekeep Inn, ready to purchase what you need for an unplanned and unexpected journey.
15899Yes, yes, the all-seeing Tiax thinks that his leaving would be best. He must finalize his stratagems and consult in secret with Cyric. You shall, of course, meet the Great Tiax again, at which point I will make my grand ascension and appoint you to your rightful place as whipper of the slaves and faithless.
15900What?! You galley-whipped short-knickers! Tiax the Grand will not stand to be cast aside! He shall ascend without your bumbling sneakery! The Great Tiax, betrayed on all sides by those seeking to undermine his coming rule, casts aside the refuse he once called his slaves! Mindless fools! Breathe deep and fill your ill-fated lungs with the salty airs of your sorry destiny!
15901As was foretold at the beginning of all, so the wayward brainless children have returned to the bosom of their intended celestial nanny. I, Tiax, welcome you back to your eternal glorious servitude.
15902Save your chatter, you annoying little imp. I've no need for your continued bluster in this party.
15903I care not for your "ascension," and even less about your foretold "greatness." I need an extra body in the party, so pick up a pack and get moving.
15904Your continuing delusion of leadership will serve Tiax well in the long run. Lead on for now, but eventually Tiax rules!
15905It would seem you are not truly ready to accept your roles as the eternal steppingstone of Tiax the Ponderous. It is of little concern. In time you will realize your place. Tiax will wait.
15906While my stay with you was admittedly fruitless, it has, at least, been fun. I might even enjoy sharing another ill-fated adventure with you, should you ever require the use of my considerable talents.
15907This whole mission has been a dismal failure from the very start. Consider my debt repaid, friends, as I certainly do.
15908Hello, my unfortunate friends. No doubt a comrade or two has met their deaths, and now you require me to step into their still-warm boots.
15909Nathan's Corpse
15910Nathan's Corpse
15911Nothing quite so gruesome, though I do have need of your skills once again.
15912For now I would rather have the constant specter of their empty place, rather than tolerate your incessant gloom.
15913Then I shall do my best for you, though I am sure we both know that the worst is inevitable.
15914Your decision is understandable, and not altogether undesirable. I shall do my best to not try at all in your absence. We're all doomed, you know.
15915You... you're letting me go? But we have shared so much... so many good times... This is truly a sad day indeed. Goodbye, so sad, blah blah blah and all that rot.
15916You... you're letting me go? But we have shared so much... so many good times... This is truly a sad day indeed. Goodbye, so sad, blah blah blah and all that rot. Come along Montaron. You are my counterpart and we shall not be separated.
15917Party AI Off
15918Party AI On
15920Zombie
15921Zombie
15922Flesh Golem
15923Flesh Golem
15924[MAINGUI BUTTON]Stop
15925[MAINGUI BUTTON]Guard
15926Thankfully quiet here today, as usual. I hear there are problems outside, though—something about an iron shortage.
15927Winthrop has kept his prices as low as he could, but I expect that to change soon. It's been weeks since a trading caravan has made it here.
15928It is a good thing we are not called upon to defend Candlekeep more often. I've a cousin in Nashkel that sent word of an iron shortage that is beginning to cripple their local guards.
15929kobold
15930hobgoblin
15931gibberling
15932gnoll
15933ogre
15934Hammer
15935Midwinter
15936Ches
15937skeleton
15938Tarsakh
15939ettercap
15940carrion crawler
15941spider
15942Greengrass
15943Tensions are high all across the coast. Many a person's livelihood depends upon the iron that is now in such short supply. I sure wish I could get my hands on whoever is behind it all. So do a lot of folks around here. Heh, nothing like a common enemy to bring people together.
15944Mirtul
15945Kythorn
15946ghoul
15947Flamerule
15948Midsummer
15949I had me a friend that asked one o' them smarty-pants mages why they didn't just conjure great walls o' iron out o' the air. That there mage looked my friend square in the eyes, and asked him how secure he'd feel if the guard were outfitted in weapons and armor that was dispellable with nary a wink. I hate magic. Makes me nervous.
15950Pinch off the supply of iron and after a while the farmers can't sow, the smiths can't forge, and, by and by, an army finds it's disarmed of all but clubs and staves. That's the kind of strife that makes a land vulnerable.
15951We are largely isolated here at Candlekeep, and intentionally so, but we too will be hurt if the whole region is suffering an iron shortage.
15952Hey, kid, I woke late this morning and left my sword in the barracks before going on duty. If you want to get it for me, it's in the chest at the foot of my bed on the right side of the barracks. Quick now, before the Gatewarden catches me without it. You'll also find an antidote there. I think Dreppin needs one for old Nessa.
15953I was in one of the great spires of the keep last night and saw the strangest sight. The horizon was aglow for a time, as though many a man carried torches in the distance. Usually there are only merchants on that path, though never at night. Bandits perhaps, but so many?
15954[no text]
15956Eleasias
15957Eleint
15958A traveling merchant from Beregost came through last week and sold me a chain tunic. It only took an hour of sparring to turn it to so much scrap, as though the very metal itself was inferior. A strange happening, for I doubt the skills of the blacksmiths of Beregost have degraded so drastically.
15959It would seem prices are on the rise across the land. Stores of iron are dwindling, and nearly every industry depends on it, in one way or another.
15960Seems odd that a plentiful resource such as iron could be in short supply. Something must be dreadfully wrong in the mines of Nashkel.
15961I don't know why supplies of iron ore are dwindling. Can't a simple increase in trade solve the crisis? Baldur's Gate is a major route between Waterdeep and Amn. I suppose the bandits have the whole area almost completely cut off and it would cost a lot to send troops out this way. Don't they realize how serious this is?
15962I've merchant relatives that routinely make the trip along the Coast Way road. They have said that the route they travel is normally bustling. Surely this could be a veritable floodgate of iron if the need were great.
15963There should have been a merchant caravan through here just yesterday. Odd that they have not arrived yet. They were supposed to bring iron ore down from the north. I bet they suffered the same fate as all the rest.
15964Higharvestide
15965Hull, one of the ever-present Watchers here in Candlekeep, forgot his sword in the barracks this morning. He has asked me to fetch the weapon from its resting place in the chest against the right wall.
15966Carrion Crawler
15967Marpenoth
15968Uktar
15969Ettercap
15970Ghoul
15971Gibberling
15972Gnoll
15973Hobgoblin
15974Kobold
15975Ogre
15976Skeleton
15977Spider
15978The Feast of the Moon
15979Nightal
15980Day <GAMEDAY>, Hour <HOUR> (<DAYANDMONTH>, <YEAR>)
15981<DAY> <MONTHNAME>
15982Racial Enemy
15983Thanks, kiddo. Gorion didn't bring you up half bad, did he? You're lucky to have grown up here in Candlekeep, to be honest. Sometimes I think that the world outside these gates has gone mad, what with all this fighting over iron shortages and all. Amn and Baldur's Gate will be at war before the season's out, mark my words... Anyhow, I'm on duty. Here's 20 gold pieces for saving my skin from the Chief.
15984Don't make me beg, kid! Now get my sword before the Gatewarden has my hide!
15985Took your sweet time, didn't you? Gorion's a fool for trying to bring you up right and you can tell him I said so, too. If I didn't know any better, I'd say this whole iron crisis is the result of twerps like you wandering off with people's swords. Here's 10 gold pieces. Now get out of here, I'm on duty.
15986You cannot further specialize in this proficiency.
15987Ssh, kid. I'm on duty.
15988Carrion crawler The carrion crawler is a scavenger of subterranean areas, feeding primarily upon carrion. However, when such food becomes scarce or when it is threatened, it will attack and kill living creatures. The carrion crawler looks like a cross between a giant green cutworm and a cephalopod. Like so many other hybrid monsters, the carrion crawler may well be the result of genetic experimentation by a mad, evil wizard. The monster's head is covered with a tough hide, but the body is not well protected. The monster is accompanied by a rank, fetid odor which often gives warning of its approach.
15989The shortage of iron has been gradually building for some time now. People have had plenty of opportunity to get paranoid. Not me though, no, <SIRMAAM>. Nope. Eh, could you stand a little back from me, please?
15990Ettercap Ettercaps are ugly bipedal creatures that get along very well with all types of giant spiders. These creatures of low intelligence are exceedingly cruel, very cunning, and are skilled in setting traps—very deadly traps—much like the spiders that often live around them. Ettercaps stand around six feet tall, even with their stooping gait and hunched shoulders. The creatures have short, spindly legs, long arms that reach nearly to their ankles, and large pot-bellies. The hands of ettercaps have a thumb and three long fingers that end in razor sharp claws. Their bodies are covered by tufts of thick, wiry, black hair, and their skin is dark and thick. Ettercaps' heads are almost equine in shape, but they have large reptilian eyes, usually blood-red in color, and large fangs, one protruding downward from each side of the mouth. The mouth itself is large and lined with very sharp teeth. Ettercaps do not have a formal language. They express themselves through a combination of high-pitched chittering noises, shrieks, and violent actions.
15991Ghoul Ghouls are undead creatures, once human, who now feed on the flesh of corpses. Although the change from human to ghoul has deranged and destroyed their minds, ghouls have a terrible cunning which enables them to hunt their prey most effectively. Ghouls are vaguely recognizable as once having been human, but have become horribly disfigured by their change to ghouls. The tongue becomes long and tough for licking marrow from cracked bones, the teeth become sharp and elongated, and the nails grow strong and sharp like claws.
15992There were stores of iron ore stockpiled to get us through lean times, but something is wrong with it. Anything smelted becomes brittle within days. It's like the metal is diseased somehow. It makes it impossible to keep weapons and armor in good repair.
15993Oh, hello! Hey, have you seen my copy of "The History of Halruaa" anywhere? You know how I can't stand the constant shuffling of arthritic feet up in the library... So I thought I'd get a bit of fresh air just east of here and... Oh, I hate being so absent-minded! Please, if you find it, I really do need it back.
15994Gibberling They come screaming, jabbering, and howling out of the night. Dozens, maybe hundreds, of hunchbacked, naked humanoids swarm unceasingly forward. They have no thought of safety, subtlety, or strategy, leaving others with no hope of stopping their mass assault. Then, having come and killed, the gibberlings move on, seemingly randomly, back into the night. The first impression of gibberlings is of a writhing mass of fur and flesh in the distant moonlit darkness. The pandemonium is actually a mass of pale, hunchbacked humanoids, with pointed canine ears and black manes surrounding their hideous, grinning faces. Their black eyes shine with a maniacal gleam.
15995Gnoll Gnolls are large, evil, hyena-like humanoids that roam about in loosely organized bands. While the body of a gnoll is shaped like that of a large human, the details are those of a hyena. They stand erect on two legs and have hands that can manipulate as well as those of any human. They have greenish-gray skin, darker near the muzzle, with a short reddish-gray to dull yellow mane.
15996Hobgoblin Hobgoblins are a fierce humanoid race that wage perpetual war with the other humanoid races. They are intelligent, organized, and aggressive. The typical hobgoblin is a burly humanoid standing at least six feet tall. Their hairy hides range from dark reddish-brown to dark gray. Their faces show dark red or red-orange skin. Large males have blue or red noses. Hobgoblin eyes are either yellowish or dark brown while their teeth are yellow. Their garments tend to be brightly colored, often bold, blood red. Any leather is always tinted black. Hobgoblin weaponry is kept polished and repaired. Hobgoblins have their own language and often speak with orcs, goblins, and carnivorous apes.
15997Kobold Kobolds are a cowardly, sadistic race of short humanoids that vigorously contest the human and demihuman races for living space and food. They especially dislike gnomes and attack them on sight. Barely clearing three feet in height, kobolds have scaly hides that range from dark, rusty brown to a rusty black. They smell of damp dogs and stagnant water. Their eyes glow like a pair of bright red sparks, and they have two small horns ranging from tan to white. Because of the kobold fondness for wearing raggedy garb of red and orange, their non-prehensile rat-like tails, and their language (which sounds like small dogs yapping), these fell creatures are often not taken seriously. This is often a fatal mistake, for what they lack in size and strength they make up in ferocity and tenacity.
15998Ogre Ogres are big, ugly, greedy humanoids that live by ambushes, raids, and theft. Ill-tempered and nasty, these monsters are often found serving as mercenaries in the ranks of orc tribes, evil clerics, or gnolls. They mingle freely with giants and trolls. Adult ogres stand nine to ten feet tall and weigh 300 to 350 pounds. Their skin colors range from a dead yellow to a dull black-brown, and (rarely) a sickly violet. Their warty bumps are often of a different color—or at least darker than their hides. Their eyes are purple with white pupils. Teeth and talons are orange or black. Ogres have long, greasy hair of blackish-blue to dull dark green. Their odor is repellent, reminiscent of curdled milk. Dressing in poorly cured furs and animal hides, they care for their weapons and armor only reasonably well. It is common for ogres to speak orc, troll, stone giant, and gnoll, as well as their own guttural language. A typical ogre's life span is 90 years.
15999Skeleton All skeletons are magically animated undead monsters, created as guardians or warriors by powerful evil wizards and priests. Skeletons appear to have no ligaments or musculature which would allow movement. Instead, the bones are magically joined together during the casting of an Animate Dead spell. Skeletons have no eyes or internal organs. Skeletons can be made from the bones of humans and demihumans, animals of human size or smaller, or giant humanoids like bugbears and giants
16000Giant Spider Spiders are aggressive predators, dwelling both above and below ground. Most are poisonous and bite prey before devouring them because unconscious victims are easier to carry to a lair. Spiders have eight legs and eight eyes. They usually fit into two categories: web-spinners, which have bulbous abdomens and thin, sleek legs; and hunting spiders, which have smaller bodies, larger heads and fangs, and hairy bodies and legs. Most giant spiders are simply much bigger versions of the web-spinning large spiders.
16001<MONTHNAME>
16002Dear, absent-minded Phlydia has lost another of her books, "The History of Halruaa," this time. Last time she was at Candlekeep, she lost an entire four-volume set in the hay we keep for the cows.
16003No luck, huh? Did I go visit the cows this time? Oh, I can never remember.
16004My book! Oh, you remind me of Gorion when you grin like that. Raising you has been hard on him, I know, but he says it's a toil of love, a toil of destiny, even. You must be a very special child, indeed, to draw such praise from a man of his silent nature... Here, take this little gem of mine. Maybe Winthrop will give you a little something for it.
16005Oh, thanks. It was by the cows again, wasn't it... Hmm, yes, where was I?
16006Nice day, ain't it? Too bad Nessa here ain't enjoyin' it though, her bein' sick 'n all. I need to get her one of them potions of antidote off Hull. He stayed up drinkin' last night and got hauled outta bed to man the gates early this morning, so I bet he's got a few of them lyin' around somewheres.
16007Nessa the cow is feeling a bit under the weather today. Dreppin's asked me to get a potion of antidote from Hull, who's been posted to the gate this morning. It appears that Hull has been using them to avoid his morning hangovers...
16008Any luck gettin' one of them potions off Hull?
16009Heh, ye're a wonder, you are. Stick with me and we'll go far... Well, okay, stick with me and we'd prob'ly never leave the walls of Candlekeep, would we...? They say the bandits out there aren't after gold and gems anymore but just plain old iron. It's one of them whatchamacallits, paradoxes or whatever: It's dangerous, so you want to wear some good solid plate and carry an axe that'd make Tempus jealous, but rather than protectin' ya, it just makes everyone want a piece of you, right? Given my druthers, I guess I'd rather stay right here...
16010Heh, ye're a wonder, you are. Stick with me and we'll go far... Well, okay, stick with me and we'd prob'ly never leave the walls of Candlekeep, would we...? Hmm, good thing you ain't wearin' none of that metal armor though, as I hear that the bandits out there would just as soon kill you as look at you to get it off your back. I just hope this whole iron crisis business is wrapped up soon.
16011Yup, Nessa sure liked that potion of Hull's. She's doin' better already.
16012Ugh, what a mead-filled night. That Hull is just too much. Poor sap had to go man the gate this morning, too. I don't know how he does it... What can I do for you, anyways?
16013Nothing really. I was just nosing about.
16014Yeah, the mead would explain why Hull forgot to put his sword on this morning. He sent me to fetch it for him.
16015Sure, sure. It should be in the chest over against the right wall there.
16016Yeah, well, don't think this headache means I'm not keeping my eye on you.
16017I was just wondering if you had any errands I could run.
16018Errands? Yeah, actually. I need a quarrel of crossbow bolts. If you could get some off Winthrop at the inn, I'll reimburse you... Oh, very well, there'll be a few coins in it for you too, so you can stop giving me that look.
16019Fuller's recovering from last night's mead-fest in the barracks. After a little pestering, he agreed to give me a little bit of change if I fetch a quarrel of crossbow bolts from the innkeeper, Winthrop.
16020What, no bolts? Why they let Gorion bring kids like you into this place I'll never know.
16021Thanks, kid. I hear tell you might be leaving this place soon. Watch your back out there, okay? Here, let me give you this dagger. My father killed a hobgoblin with it once, many years ago. Stabbed him right in the back, he did. It ain't no broadsword, but it'll do in a pinch. Now take care of yourself.
16022Here you are, you little money-grubber. Put a few gold pieces in your purse.
16023Druid Polymorph
16024Firebead Elvenhair, an old mage who makes the occasional visit here from Beregost, has left an identify scroll with Tethtoril, in the inner grounds. I swear, without me to run its endless errands, this keep would crumble into the very dust from which it sprang.
16025This is not a spell but rather a druid's innate ability. It enables the druid to polymorph into a bear.
16026Armored Figure
16027Firebead has sent you to me, hasn't he? Very well, return this scroll to him, but then you must hurry and speak with Gorion. He is waiting for you on the steps of the central library. I assure you, child, it is a matter of greatest urgency.
16028My foster father Gorion is dead, killed while defending me from a mysterious armored man and his cohorts. Someday I will have my vengeance upon this man, but for now it would be best to travel to the Friendly Arm Inn. Gorion's last instructions were to go to the Friendly Arm Inn. There, I'm supposed to meet two people named Khalid and Jaheira.
16029Now, what was I doing again?
16030Phlydia left one of her books in here again. It's in the hay, there, beside the cow. If you could run it over to her and then come back, I've got some plans for you.
16031Phlydia left one of her books in... oh, you have it already. If you could run it over to her and then come back, I've got some plans for you.
16032Whoa there, kid! You messing with a Watcher? Give me some backup here—we've got a hostile!
16033This is Candlekeep, kid! That kind of thing isn't tolerated around here.
16034What with this iron crisis tensions are really on the rise. People want someone to blame: a target for all their fears. A common enemy is great for raising unruly mobs. I just hope I'm at home with the door locked when it happens.
16035It's Amn, I just know it! Spies are poisoning the ore to weaken our borders. Everything points to them. I bet they are behind the bandit raids too! Why don't the Grand Dukes just invade? That would show them!
16036The iron crisis has taken everybody off guard. Why plan for a shortage when the resource is nearly unlimited? I guess we're paying for it now. I guarantee that if we survive through this it will never happen again. People will be hoarding metal for months.
16037My father's farm is at a standstill. One by one his tools break, and replacements are priced incredibly high. If we don't get a good stock of ore before harvest, crops will be rotting in the fields. Can't manage a farm with your bare hands.
16038Who ever heard of bandits passing over gold to steal ingots? It's got to be part of the trouble in the mines. They must be in cahoots somehow. Can't get ore from the mines, and can't get ore through trading. It's gonna be hard times for a while.
16039What with the raids on iron stores and the trouble in the mines it's a wonder we've any arms or armor left at all. It can't help but weaken the area, and I bet Amn is just waiting for our guard to go down.
16040I am sorry for
16041Day <GAMEDAY>, Hour <HOUR>
16042Alturiak
16043<DURATION>
16044Indeed, it is quite about time that we should part company. You have proven unsympathetic to my interests, and I look forward to eventually owning a charming little ashtray made from your skull. Toodles.
16045Indeed, it is quite about time that we should part company. You have proven unsympathetic to my interests, and I look forward to eventually owning a charming little ashtray made from your skull. Come, Montaron. We shall not be separated by this fool.
16046You... you're letting me go? But we have shared so much... so many good times... this is truly a sad day indeed. Goodbye, so sad, blah blah blah and all that rot.
16047You... you're letting me go? But we have shared so much... so many good times... this is truly a sad day indeed. Goodbye, so sad, blah blah blah and all that rot. Come along Montaron. You are my counterpart and we shall not be separated.
16048Indeed, it is quite about time that we should part company. You have proven unsympathetic to my interests, and I look forward to eventually owning a charming little ashtray made from your skull. Toodles.
16049Indeed, it is quite about time that we should part company. You have proven unsympathetic to my interests, and I look forward to eventually owning a charming little ashtray made from your skull. Come, Montaron. We shall not be separated by this fool.
16050You came back! Oh I just knew you would, especially after what we shared! What was that again? Oh pish, no matter. All that is important is that we are back together as one big happy family.
16051You came back! Oh I just knew you would, especially after what we shared! What was that again? Oh pish, no matter. All that is important is that we are back together as one big happy family. You too Monty, let's go.
16052You would tempt me so? How cruel! I shall pine away the days on this very spot lamenting your distinct lack of humanity. And picking daisies. Wheeeeee.
16053Hurrah! I'd have us all sing with joy, but I'm sure such an outpouring would come dangerously close to making me sick. Onward, and all that.
16054As much as your mental state unnerves me, I do have need of your company once more.
16055As much as your mental state unnerves me, I do have need of your company once more.
16056Hurrah! I'd have us all sing with joy, but I'm sure such an outpouring would come dangerously close to making me sick. Onward, and all that.
16057There will be a houseboat full of gibberlings on every lake in the realms before I accept the likes of you back. Begone.
16058There will be a houseboat full of gibberlings on every lake in the realms before I accept the likes of you back. Begone.
16059As ye would have it. I likely would have put a dagger in ye eventually, but for now ye have been adequately useful.
16060As ye would have it. I likely would have put a dagger in ye eventually, but for now ye have been adequately useful. Come wizard, we are inseparable until the day ye die.
16061And good riddance to yer bad rubbish! I suggest ye sleep with one eye open from now on.
16062And good riddance to yer bad rubbish! I suggest ye sleep with one eye open from now on. Come wizard! I'll not miss yer inevitable death by leavin' ye behind!
16063As ye would have it. I likely would have put a dagger in ye eventually, but for now ye have been adequately useful.
16064As ye would have it. I likely would have put a dagger in ye eventually, but for now ye have been adequately useful. Come wizard, we are inseparable until the day ye die.
16065And good riddance to yer bad rubbish! I suggest ye sleep with one eye open from now on.
16066And good riddance to yer bad rubbish! I suggest ye sleep with one eye open from now on. Come wizard! I'll not miss yer inevitable death by leavin' ye behind!
16067I thought ye would eventually return this way. Need my services once again?
16068I thought ye would eventually return this way. Need our services once again?
16069A wise choice, indeed. Puts off me having to kill you by a few days at least.
16070Fine, but know this: If my blade does not work for ye, you'll likely end up with it against ye.
16071A wise choice, indeed. Puts off me having to kill you by a few days at least. Move it wizard! I'll not have us delayed by your flitting about.
16072Aye, that I do.
16073Aye, that I do.
16074I have no need for you in my group at this time.
16075I have no need for you in my group at this time.
16076V-v-very well. Though I doubt G-Gorion would approve of me leaving you, I cannot force my company upon you. These choices are yours to make.
16077V-v-very well. Though I doubt G-Gorion would approve of me leaving you, I cannot force my company upon you. These choices are yours to make. Come Jaheira, we should take our leave for now.
16078I c-cannot say that I have enjoyed our t-time together, but for the sake of Gorion I will not protest your actions further. If there is anything of him within you, you will ultimately turn out all right... though it does seem doubtful at the moment.
16079I c-cannot say that I have enjoyed our t-time together, but for the sake of Gorion I will not protest your actions further. If there is anything of him within you, you will ultimately turn out all right... though it does seem doubtful at the moment. Come Jaheira d-darling. We must leave this one to <PRO_HISHER> chosen path.
16080V-v-very well. Though I doubt G-Gorion would approve of me leaving you, I cannot force my company upon you. These choices are yours to make.
16081V-v-very well. Though I doubt G-Gorion would approve of me leaving you, I cannot force my company upon you. These choices are yours to make. Come Jaheira, we should take our leave for now.
16082I c-cannot say that I have enjoyed our t-time together, but for the sake of Gorion I will not protest your actions further. If there is anything of him within you, you will ultimately turn out all right... though it does seem doubtful at the moment.
16083I c-cannot say that I have enjoyed our t-time together, but for the sake of Gorion I will not protest your actions further. If there is anything of him within you, you will ultimately turn out all right... though it does seem doubtful at the moment. Come Jaheira d-darling. We must leave this one to <PRO_HISHER> chosen path.
16084I-It would seem our paths were destined to c-cross once more. Perhaps we s-should rejoin and continue on as Gorion would have w-wanted.
16085I-It would seem our paths were destined to c-cross once more. Perhaps we s-should rejoin and continue on as Gorion would have w-wanted.
16086T-t-that is disappointing, but I s-shall not give up on you, so long as you do not, either.
16087E-excellent! It shall be as though we were never separated.
16088E-excellent! It shall be as though we were never separated.
16089I prefer to distance myself from the past, and that means Gorion's as well. Perhaps I shall meet you again, but it shall be on my terms.
16090I prefer to distance myself from the past, and that means Gorion's as well. Perhaps I shall meet you again, but it shall be on my terms.
16091I would be more than happy to have friends such as you back in my company.
16092I would be more than happy to have friends such as you back in my company.
16093I openly question your judgment, but it is your decision to make. You do show some measure of leadership, and I should be glad to assist you in the future.
16094I openly question your judgment, but it is your decision to make. You do show some measure of leadership, and I should be glad to assist you in the future. Come Khalid, we must depart for now.
16095Perhaps it is for the best. I would rather be somewhere else, as you appear to be something of a lost cause. You have some of Gorion's sense, but little of his wisdom.
16096Perhaps it is for the best. I would rather be somewhere else, as you appear to be something of a lost cause. You have some of Gorion's sense, but little of his wisdom. Come Khalid, there are better places for us than this.
16097I openly question your judgment, but it is your decision to make. You do show some measure of leadership, and I should be glad to assist you in the future.
16098I openly question your judgment, but it is your decision to make. You do show some measure of leadership, and I should be glad to assist you in the future. Come Khalid, we must depart for now.
16099Perhaps it is for the best. I would rather be somewhere else, as you appear to be something of a lost cause. You have some of Gorion's sense, but little of his wisdom.
16100Perhaps it is for the best. I would rather be somewhere else, as you appear to be something of a lost cause. You have some of Gorion's sense, but little of his wisdom. Come Khalid, there are better places for us than this.
16101You have returned. Perhaps you have discovered some of the wisdom that Gorion tried to impart upon you? Shall we rejoin for the good of all?
16102You have returned. Perhaps you have discovered some of the wisdom that Gorion tried to impart upon you? Shall we rejoin for the good of all?
16103Then I shall await the day when your senses return to you, for it is foolish to disregard such helpful and righteous allies.
16104As well it should be. Gorion taught you as best he could, and evidently some of that knowledge has stuck after all.
16105As well it should be. Gorion taught you as best he could, and evidently some of that knowledge has stuck after all.
16106I have returned to you by my own choice, not that of my foster father. If you join with me, you join MY group, not Gorion's.
16107I have returned to you by my own choice, not that of my foster father. If you join with me, you join MY group, not Gorion's.
16108Regardless of Gorion's teachings, I have decided that it is not the best time for you to rejoin with me.
16109Regardless of Gorion's teachings, I have decided that it is not the best time for you to rejoin with me.
16110If thou dost no longer desire my companionship, then so be it. I shall not force myself where I am not wanted. Come, Minsc. We will continue on ourselves.
16111Thou hast proven to be quite a leader. I shall look forward to when we can again call each other comrade.
16112Thou hast proven to be quite a leader. I shall look forward to when we can again call each other comrade. Come along, Minsc.
16113If thou dost no longer desire my companionship, then so be it. I shall not force myself where I am not wanted.
16114If thou dost no longer desire my companionship, then so be it. I shall not force myself where I am not wanted. Come Minsc, we will continue on ourselves.
16115Thou hast proven to be quite a leader. I shall look forward to when we can again call each other comrade.
16116Thou hast proven to be quite a leader. I shall look forward to when we can again call each other comrade. Come along Minsc.
16117I had hope I would see thee again. Mayhaps we could join once again?
16118I had hope I would see thee again. Mayhaps we could join once again?
16119I have no words to express my disappointment. Perhaps another time, then.
16120That is a wise and beneficial decision for all concerned.

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