Player: hi / hello Chavis: Hey there! You don’t happen to have some food on you, you’re willing to share? Well, where are my manners, a warm welcome for now. Player: minotaur Chavis: Only our city-guard stand between them and us. Player: beggar Chavis: Poor fellows. What else is to say? Player: sewer Chavis: We need the sewers to keep the city clean. Player: glooth Chavis: I’m not an expert on such issues. It’s the stuff that makes things work. Player: food Chavis: I am sorry, you didn’t harvest enough roots. You need to harvest a bundle of at least five roots – and please try doing it yourself. Player: Rathleton Chavis: Don’t be fooled, we have here masters and servants like everywhere else. The whole system is a scam to subdue the masses, to fool them about what is really happening. … Chavis: The system only ensures that the rich have a better control and the labourers are only used. Player: job Chavis: I run this poorhouse to provide some shelter and food for the more unfortunate souls in this city. Player: magistrate Chavis: They act so important but it is us common people who keep things going. There is a lot you can do in this city to earn a right to vote in the magistrate, though. So keep an eye out for everyone who needs help. Player: name Chavis: Sorry for not introducing myself. I’m Chavis. <bows Player: nightmare knights Chavis: If not some of them had failed, they would probably still run this isle instead of the magistrate. Player: roots Chavis: They are nutritious, cost nothing and are good for the body hair. If you can bring us bundles of five juicy roots each – we will make it worth your while for the magistrate. Player: vote Chavis: We are only allowed to vote for stuff that is of no interest for the rich guys. Player: bye Chavis: Take care out there!