Player: Hi Murim: Hello and welcome to the Farmine bank and post office, Player! Player: Bored Murim: Okay okay, no need to be rude! It seems you are already know everything. Player: Caves Murim: If people were more interested in the mines instead the lodging caves, we’d make far more progress! Player: Mines Murim: Ah well, they probably could get more ore from the mines if they spent less resources on comfort and lodging. … Murim: A true dwarf needs no comfort at all! A few of the younger dwarfs seem to forget that we are here for profit and not for holidays. Player: Dwarf Murim: Ah, my proud brothers and sisters. Only dwarfs could succeed with such an immense tunnelling project. Player: Progress Murim: Things could go smoother and faster. Speaking of this: Shouldn’t you be out there completing some missions? Time is money! Player: Elves Murim: Luckily we’re far away from them. Player: Excalibug Murim: A weapon of pure power – or a weapon of pure imagination. Who knows? Player: Esrik Murim: If he only stopped bugging Ongulf about resources. We’ve already spent too much money on things that yield no immediate profit. … Murim: But in the end, only profit will convince the imperial mining guild to continue their support. Player: Mining guild Murim: It took my three weeks with almost no sleep to do all the paperwork for my business permission, but it was worth it! … Murim: The guild is sticking to the old traditions and that is a good thing for sure. Player: Ongulf Murim: Now he is one-of-a-kind and a born leader. Player: Farmine Murim: A promising project for Kazordoon. Player: Kazordoon Murim: I hope this new project lets Kazordoon prosper. Half of my family is involved in Farmine one way or another. If things turn out well, we will earn a hefty sum of money. Player: Job Murim: I work for the Tibian bank. Player: Tibia Murim: What would Tibia be without dwarfs? Elves, on the other hand, are quite expendable. Player: Mission Murim: My only mission is to keep this little office running. Player: Bye Murim: Bye.