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So what's happening now?1,420
Have ye any idea about how to lift the curse?1,022
It be about my crew. They be a lazy bunch at times, but they be stout in the heart and strong in the arm, and they don't deserve what's happened to them...875
Now, I've a ship moored west of Rimmington. Come and meet me on board, and we'll set off to Corsair Cove.854
Thank ye fer dealing with that serpent. I suppose the rest of my crew will feel better now ye've proven there be no curse on them.808
Most of them deleterious effects probably be psychosomatic anyway, arrr!647
It be a curse! A curse has been laid upon my crew! That's the only thing it can be.643
My Corsairs be a good crew, but this curse has laid them low, all except me. Sickly, they be. Too weak to stand. Ye'll see fer yerself soon enough.624
Arrr! So he was never sick at all! An' here's me been feeling sorry for him. A trickster he be indeed! Kill him fer me.621
Ahoy, young lad. Might ye be able to help me, perhaps? I be in a spot of bother.618
Tell ye what, I'll have a word with Yusuf, in the bank. Ye've earned the right to use his services. An' thanks again, very much.586
Arrr! Thanks, young lad. And a worthy lad ye must surely be, brave in the heart and stiff in the spine.583
There be four of 'em afflicted by the curse - Gnocci, Ithoi, Arsen and young Colin. All taken to their beds, a- mewlin' and a-pukin' like so many babbies.545
Now be ye ready to voyage to Corsair Cove to help 'em? I can sail ye back here any time ye likes.504
I've another crewman, Francois, but he be away on a mission. I hope he be spared!491
Arrr, ye've found my ship - good lad. I used to command a much larger vessel, sailing the seas with my crew of Corsairs, but now we be settled in Corsair Cove.487
Arrr, that he did. I'd sent him to explore the caves west of the cove, an' he brings me back a bone lump, saying he stole it from the ogre chief.397
Arrr, I've no use fer the silly thing. If it'll get the curse lifted, ye can take it right to that ogre chief an' give it back.395
So I need a young lad such as yerself to find a way to lift the curse. Will ye help me?385
Anyways, ye've been a mighty help, young lad. Ye be brave in the heart, strong in the arm and full in the bowels, an' I be grateful to ye.376
Arrr, that be right.313
Arrr, any sufficiently advanced technology be indistinguishable from demonic possession, that it be.295
Ahoy, young lass. Might ye be able to help me, perhaps? I be in a spot of bother.292
Arrr, I don't rightly know. It began when I'd gone away for a parlay with Ithoi; we came back ter find the crew all a-pukin' up their dinner. Then Ithoi felt ill too, though he'd not eaten with 'em, so it can't be the food.289
Arrr! Thanks, young lass. And a worthy lass ye must surely be, brave in the heart and stiff in the spine.274
A captain shouldn't leave his ship in a time of crisis. Rule of the sea, that is. Even if the crisis ain't exactly on the ship.234
Arrr, ye've found my ship - good lass. I used to command a much larger vessel, sailing the seas with my crew of Corsairs, but now we be settled in Corsair Cove.232
Anyways, ye've been a mighty help, young lass. Ye be brave in the heart, strong in the arm and full in the bowels, an' I be grateful to ye.180
So I need a young lass such as yerself to find a way to lift the curse. Will ye help me?168
I do.125
That can't be! Ithoi's sick, an' he may be babbling madness from his fevered brain. Ye'll have to prove he's not really sick.120
I be the Corsair Captain! Captain of the Corsairs of Corsair Cove! My gallant band of corsairs are famed in song and story among all seafarers.95
Will ye return to Corsair Cove to help me now?71
Well, as I were saying, young lad, I be in a spot of bother, and I thought ye might be able to help.55
Have ye killed that traitor yet?36
Arrr... well, ye can boast of yer ignorance if ye likes, but it don't make ye sound smarter.36
Arrr! Ye'll find my crew in their huts, over to the west. Four of them, there are - Gnocci, Ithoi, Arsen and young Colin. I've another crewman, Francois, but he be away on a mission. I hope he be spared!36
Well, ye could maybe explore the ogre caves. Arsen says the ogres be fearsome, though, so watch yer step. An' there be places for ye to train yer skills, over to the west.35
Arrr! Make sure ye speaks to 'em all. They'll be in their huts, over to the west. Four of them, there are - Gnocci, Ithoi, Arsen and young Colin.32
Arrr, that be likely enough. Ithoi tells me there be many things in this world that can bring a curse upon an unwary seafarer.32
Well, as I were saying, young lass, I be in a spot of bother, and I thought ye might be able to help.30
Arrr. I'd gone away for a parlay with Ithoi; we came back ter find the crew all a-pukin' up their dinner. Then Ithoi felt ill too, though he'd not eaten with 'em, so it can't be the food.27
Arrr, 'tis the young lad who helped save my crew from that scoundrel, Ithoi! How be ye this fine day?27
Ye can maybe solve the problem fer each victim, an' see if it lifts the curse.23
Arrr, ye looks fine. Stiff in the spine, firm in the mind an' long in the leg. 'Tis good to see ye again.19
Arrr, the one ye were takin' back to the ogre chief, down the hole to the west of the cove? Are ye about to tell me ye've lost it?16
Arrr, 'tis the young lass who helped save my crew from that scoundrel, Ithoi! How be ye this fine day?14
Arrr, maybe I am, but I'm sure that be nothing to do wi' the curse. Ithoi's afflicted by it too.13
Good. Now get over to the ogre cave an' give it back to their chief. The cave's just west of the cove, down a hole.12
Go and kill him fer me.11
Arrr. Some other time, perhaps...7
Arrr, I've no use fer the silly thing. Clear yerself some space an' I'll let ye have it.4
Good. Now fetch it back from wherever ye've put it, then get over to the ogre cave an' give it to their chief. The cave's just west of the cove, down a hole.2
That's fair enough, young lass, but perhaps ye'll return to help me soon...1