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This is how your subjects are distributing their effort.25,421
I shall tell your subjects to deliver your resources to your storage right away, Your Royal Highness.24,771
Greetings, Your Royal Highness.13,131
Your current approval rating is %NUMBER%%. I'm afraid your subjects have not yet collected anything.6,091
Your subjects are content, your Highness.4,540
Your current approval rating is %NUMBER%%. Would you like to collect the resources gathered by your subjects?3,212
Here is a list of what your subjects have collected.1,901
Greetings, Sir.1,896
Very well, Your Royal Highness.1,255
Your loyal subjects work hard to collect resources for you. Every day they bring what they have collected to the castle. The resources which they collect are coal from the rocks to the north, maple logs from the trees1,160
Hmm, yes...allow me to make a few adjustments.1,018
Oh dear. Well, that is only to be expected. May I see it, please?1,013
Greetings, Madam.974
Interesting that you should ask that, Your Royal Highness.902
He has been trying to rule once more, in your absence. However, he has once again quarrelled with the Queen of Etceteria.883
Your Royal Highness, I suggest that you deal with this matter and reconcile the two of them again. Such a quarrel is not good for Miscellania.878
Thank you, Your Royal Highness.850
Here, you can have this one, I have plenty spare.819
Currently, %NUMBER%% of the population supports you.814
King Vargas would often go and help out his subjects in their daily tasks, when he was still able to do so, and they loved him dearly for it.783
to the east, herbs from the garden just outside the castle, and tuna and swordfish fished at the port to the south. Etceteria has also pledged you teak and mahogany logs from their trees to the north, and seeds768
I'm not sure what you're implying, your Highness.764
Ah, of course.764
We are gathered here today to witness the rise of a new hero to the regency of the Kingdom of Miscellania, to continue the work of our great King Vargas who is unfortunately now no longer able to rule.749
May you bring success and prosperity to Miscellania and to all of its people.741
Have you got a copy of my book? It explains everything in more detail.726
coffers can store up to 7.5 million gp. Another thing which affects the amounts of resources collected is your approval rating. The more your subjects love you, the more they will be motivated to work hard. King Vargas707
from their farm to the south. They are paid from the money in the coffers; each day, one-tenth of the money in the coffers is distributed to them. A maximum of 75k is paid to your subjects and the Etceterians, and the703
You see, the people are worried that war will break out again.703
I suggest you talk to the prince and princess to find out more about the situation.662
By the powers invested in me by the Miscellaneous Constitution, I declare thee, %FREMENNIK_NAME%, to be the new Regent of this fair kingdom.658
Your subjects are worried about the possibility of war, but they are still happy to work for you.651
would often go and help out his subjects in their daily tasks, when he was still able to do so, and they loved him dearly for it. Finally, you can choose how much of their efforts your subjects devote to each resource; of647
Yes, Your Majesty, I will proceed at once. Ahem...646
Unfortunately, we still have not had the doors to the throne room enlarged so that he can leave...641
course, the harder they work at collecting one, the less time they have to spend collecting the others.624
The two of them have been writing letters to each other, threatening to raise armies and declare war on each other once more!622
King Vargas has found himself with little to do now that you are the regent. He intended, at first, to return to adventuring.618
it is of course likely that someone from outside took them.535
I suggest you ask him about recent arrivals to the island.527
Assuming that nobody presently living in Miscellania would have taken them,507
There you go, Sir. Are there any other matters in which I may be of assistance?501
The sailor who brought you here from the mainland would be the first to see any suspicious visitors.493
You will need 75 % of the population in your support in order to become Regent.486
Negotiating peace with Etceteria, Sir.424
Princess Astrid has been asking after you. She would very much like to see you once again.370
I'm afraid you will need another free space in your bank to hold all the items your subjects have collected.303
You should go talk to Queen Sigrid of Etceteria.292
What? Who is this?281
...Is that you, your Royal Highness?274
Very amusing, your Royal Highness. How can I help you?270
There you go, Madam. Are there any other matters in which I may be of assistance?239
to the east, herbs from the garden just outside the castle, and tuna and swordfish fished at the port to the south. They are paid from the money in the coffers; each day, one-tenth of the money in the coffers is233
Negotiating peace with Etceteria, Madam.231
This is enough for you to become Regent; I should talk to King Vargas if I were you.224
subjects love you, the more they will be motivated to work hard. King Vargas would often go and help out his subjects in their daily tasks, when he was still able to do so, and they loved him dearly for it. Finally, you219
distributed to them. A maximum of 50k is paid to your subjects and the coffers can store up to 5 million gp. Another thing which affects the amounts of resources collected is your approval rating. The more your212
can choose how much of their efforts your subjects devote to each resource; of course, the harder they work at collecting one, the less time they have to spend collecting the others.211
I'm afraid you will need 2 more free spaces in your bank to hold all the items your subjects have collected.184
Prince Brand has been asking after you. He would very much like to see you once again.182
What would you like to know, Sir?170
Ruling the Kingdom, Your Royal Highness.100
What would you like to know, Madam?93
Your Royal Highness, I should tell you right away that killing the people of this Kingdom will not make you popular with anyone.90
I'm afraid you will need 3 more free spaces in your bank to hold all the items your subjects have collected.83
And making sure that the king doesn't cause any more trouble.79
I'm afraid you will need 4 more free spaces in your bank to hold all the items your subjects have collected.75
Gaining the support of the population, Sir.68
Let me check if you have made enough space in your bank, Your Royal Highness.57
You should get another copy of the anthem.53
I should tell you right away that killing the people of this Kingdom will not make you popular with anyone.49
I think you may find that talking to her would be a good way to start.49
Queen Sigrid is quite envious of King Vargas, since he has the larger kingdom.45
The King and she have never seen eye-to-eye, but I think if you approach her you may find her quite reasonable.42
I'm afraid you will need 5 more free spaces in your bank to hold all the items your subjects have collected.39
Gaining the support of the population, Madam.37
The King needs someone to take over the rule of the Kingdom. If I were you, I should consider the position.34
King Vargas was once a brave and noble adventurer, well-loved by his subjects. Unfortunately, he was cursed while seeking a quest in the icelands to the north, and is now unable to reign.34
Very good. Here is a list of what your subjects have collected.32
I'm afraid you will need 6 more free spaces in your bank to hold all the items your subjects have collected.28
Princess Astrid thinks she'd be perfectly capable of ruling the kingdom, but her father doesn't trust her enough by herself.27
Especially since she devotes herself to the - as the King sees it - cowardly skill of archery rather than the noble skill of melee combat...27
Dealing with all the little troubles that come up from time to time, your Royal Highness.26
I'm afraid you will need 7 more free spaces in your bank to hold all the items your subjects have collected.24
I'm afraid you will need 9 more free spaces in your bank to hold all the items your subjects have collected.24
You should find a way to make the nib and body for a very large pen.23
I'm afraid you will need 8 more free spaces in your bank to hold all the items your subjects have collected.22
Such as the predicament we are now in.22
She is fond of jewellery, and of course she collects bows. She is also quite the conversationalist.22
Prince Brand has always dreamed of becoming a famous bard; unfortunately, his musical and literary skills are somewhat lacking.21
He has no interest in ruling the kingdom, and seems to spend his time daydreaming or composing quite awful poems, and sagas of totally mundane events.20
He is rather vain, if you'll pardon my saying so; he will greatly appreciate any compliments on his poetry. He also has quite a sweet tooth.20
I have watched the suitors come and go, trying to win her heart, and I can tell you this is no easy task.19
You could hardly go wrong with a gift of flowers, and of course talking to her is important. I also hear she favours a man who knows how to dance.19
I think you may find that talking to him would be a good way to start.18
You should show the anthem to Queen Sigrid.17
You could hardly go wrong with a gift of flowers, and of course talking to him is important. He is also very receptive of praise for his musical performance.17
I'm afraid you will need 10 more free spaces in your bank to hold all the items your subjects have collected.16
Who is this?15
You should find someone to compose a new anthem for Etceteria.13
She had many suitors, but you were the first to capture her attention.13
She has many suitors, but has yet to be impressed by any of them.12
Talking to the citizens of Miscellania and Etceteria, your Royal Highness.11
Talking to the Prince and Princess, your Royal Highness. I believe they have something to ask you.9
She has grown very fond of you; you would do well to show you are fond of her too.8
When the time comes to actually ask for her hand in marriage, do not forget the engagement ring.8
You should talk to the King.7
You are the regent of this kingdom, Your Royal Highness. I would urge you to reconsider.7
...though your current appearance may well surprise him.7
I'm afraid you will need 11 more free spaces in your bank to hold all the items your subjects have collected.7
Do you have another copy of the prince's anthem for me to correct?7
However, you are also a busy hero, and thus I understand your reluctance.6
When the time comes to actually ask for his hand in marriage, do not forget the engagement ring.6
Talking to the sailor on the jetty, your Royal Highness.5
...though your current appearance may well surprise her.4
I'm afraid you will need 13 more free spaces in your bank to hold all the items your subjects have collected.3
Talking to the King and Queen, your Royal Highness.3
I am somewhat uncertain about this plan the Prince has come up with, I must admit.3
...I believe the King asked you to talk to me, your Royal Highness.3
I'm afraid you will need 12 more free spaces in your bank to hold all the items your subjects have collected.3
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If you bring me another, I can correct it. Are there any other matters in which I may be of assistance?3
I'm afraid I am very busy right now, Doktor.2
You seem to have impressed her at least somewhat.2
I'm afraid I am very busy right now, Tonton.2
I'm afraid you will need 15 more free spaces in your bank to hold all the items your subjects have collected.2
He has grown very fond of you; you would do well to show you are fond of him too.2
You seem to have impressed him at least somewhat.2
He has quite the sweet tooth, and is very fond of cake, if you take my meaning...2
I'm afraid you will need 20 more free spaces in your bank to hold all the items your subjects have collected.2
I'm afraid I am very busy right now, Rakton.1
I'm afraid I am very busy right now, Darkar.1
I'm afraid I am very busy right now, Daldur.1
She is quite the archer, and collects bows, if you take my meaning...1
I'm afraid I am very busy right now, Baltor.1
I'm afraid I am very busy right now, Jikkar.1
I'm afraid I am very busy right now, Thortin.1
Wooing the fair Prince Brand, Madam.1
I'm afraid I am very busy right now, Rilkar Drapare.1
I'm afraid I am very busy right now, Larton.1
I'm afraid I am very busy right now, Balvald.1
Wooing the fair Princess Astrid, Sir.1
You should show the treaty to the King.1
from their farm to the south. They are paid from the money in the coffers; each day, one-te%USERNAME% of the money in the coffers is distributed to them. A maximum of 75k is paid to your subjects and the Etceterians, and the1
I'm afraid I am very busy right now, Dentin.1
Very well, your Royal Highness. If you have any further problems, please talk to me in person.1
I'm afraid you will need 14 more free spaces in your bank to hold all the items your subjects have collected.1
I'm afraid you will need 32 more free spaces in your bank to hold all the items your subjects have collected.1