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    Player: hi
    Ashtamor: Welcome, Player, wanderer between the worlds.
    Player: wanderer / job
    Ashtamor: I consider myself as a guide, a guardian for the souls who transcend the border to another world.
    Player: another world / death
    Ashtamor: Does it mean anything than losing your weak physical shell? And isn’t the true power in the universe rather mental than physical?
    Player: soul
    Ashtamor: The essence of life, source of your very self. While the body is in space and time, the soul exists in time only.
    Player: body
    Ashtamor: Is the mind a creation of the body, or the body an invention of the mind?
    Player: life
    Ashtamor: Life is nothing but a pre-stage for the eternity of death.
    Player: gods
    Ashtamor: Once you leave your mortal shell, you’ll become one with the gods.
    Player: name
    Ashtamor: What’s a name worth in your eyes? And more important: Does the choice of your name decide your fate? Perhaps we will never know.
    Player: thais
    Ashtamor: Thais needs to be cleansed by fire just like Venore!
    Player: venore
    Ashtamor: You come to this world naked, and you leave it this way. So there’s no need to save your money, especially in a place like Venore.
    Player: elves
    Ashtamor: Elves have a strange relation to death. I don’t know what they are up to but we should stay wary.
    Player: dwarfs / dwarves
    Ashtamor: Dwarfs live unhealthily long and its difficult to burn them to ashes. This is suspicious.
    Player: monster
    Ashtamor: Oh yes, monsters can grant you a passage to the afterlife also, but it’s not a comfortable trip. <chuckles>
    Player: carlin
    Ashtamor: It seems less rotten than most other cities, but still purification would do no harm.
    Player: buy / sell / offer / stuff / equipment / ware / goods
    Ashtamor: I’m offering vases and amphoras, the perfect vessel for all kinds of dusty remains. Ask me for a trade if you’re interested.
    Player: help
    Ashtamor: What help could I offer apart from guidance? Would you like me to help you to transcend the border to the afterlife?
    Player: king
    Ashtamor: Kings, queens … I’ve seen them come and go. Everything fades, even the glory and wealth of the richest.
    Player: thanks
    Ashtamor: ‘Thank you’ … Words I rarely hear these days. Let me know when you need help again, Player.
    Player: crematory
    Ashtamor: Such an ugly word for this wonderful place. It’s a door, a portal to a better world.
    Player: time
    Ashtamor: It’s 4:38 am now, but the true question is: How much time is left?
    Player: guide
    Ashtamor: You seem exceptionally healthy. It will still take many years until you’ll need my guidance.
    Player: fire
    Ashtamor: The purging force of fire … it helps to free souls and its smoke helps them to find their way to another world.
    Player: help
    Ashtamor: What help could I offer apart from guidance? Would you like me to help you to transcend the border to the afterlife?
    Player: yes
    Ashtamor: Are you sure? You might not be able to come back, consider that!
    Player: yes
    Ashtamor: Hmm… seems you are not ready yet to let go.
    Player: birth
    Ashtamor: Birth might be the beginning but death is certainly not the end.
    Player: trade
    Ashtamor: Yes, it’s a wise idea not to leave the choice of your future vessel to chance. Have a look.
    Player: afterlife
    Ashtamor: No one really knows what awaits us beyond. Although there are some old stories about the Netherworld.
    Player: Netherworld
    Ashtamor: It is the place where the dead end up. Some sages believe, that it is located below the world of the living. …
    Ashtamor: Personally, I think it rather lies within another dimension so that terms like above or beneath are inappropriate to describe it. There are some rumours that the descent to the Netherworld is difficult yet possible for those still living.
    Player: slim
    Ashtamor: This man is so old and looks so unhealthy that I expect him to become my customer every day.
    Player: ironeye
    Ashtamor: At least his temper brought me some customers.
    Player: cemetery
    Ashtamor: It would be a shame to let worms do the work that is meant to be done by cleansing fire.
    Player: death
    Ashtamor: Does it mean anything than losing your weak physical shell? And isn’t the true power in the universe rather mental than physical?
    Player: help
    Ashtamor: What help could I offer apart from guidance? Would you like me to help you to transcend the border to the afterlife?
    Player: No
    Ashtamor: Come back when you have changed your mind, wanderer.
    Player: bye
    Ashtamor: See you again, Player … sooner or later, more or less alive.

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