Hey it's the hero! Thank you so much for saving us from Gadderanks. And the town is looking lovely as well. You've done a great job!6
Hello there. Thank you so much for all of your work so far. We all really appreciate it.5
Oh, that's good to know.3
Hey there. How's it going?3
Not as far as I know. We have some basic amenities now which is so very useful and we're all incredibly grateful to you.2
Sure, go ahead.2
Oh, that's very kind of you!2
You've already done quite a lot and we're all super grateful. That said, I overheard someone saying how great it would be if the old furnace were up and working again.2
I'm Elisabeta, the village leader.2
How do you mean, 'out of the way'?2
Ah, right, I know what you mean. Hmm, let's think now...2
Well, there's the inn. You could look there I suppose. The cellar would have been useful, but the trapdoor down to it is covered with rubble from a broken wall.2
The cellar itself is probably filled with rubble as well. But you may be able to do something with it.2
Listen, if you do decide to join us here, we'll expect you to contribute. You know, help to fix things up a bit.2
I've never really seen or known a hero before, so I have nothing to compare one to, but I suspect in most people's judgement, you would be one! I for one am very pleased to have met you.1
It's just perfect. Thanks so much for your efforts.1
I thought you were helping Aurel stock his store?1
Oh it's brilliant, but we could really do with somewhere to melt down the local ores. Maybe you could fix up the furnace?1
Perhaps you'd consider fixing up the general store. Go and have a chat with Aurel if you want more details.1
Hey, what did you put in that chest? Is it something tasty, like a nice cooked snail? Or perhaps a well matured piece of cheese with some fresh bread? Ohhh, I bet it's dead tasty...1
We dare not leave the town for fear that the vampyres might spot us and force us to pay a blood tithe.1
We're all very weak and would most likely die if they took more blood from us.1