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Oh that's something which no one but the gods and the river spirits seem to know.1,022
They're the guardians of the source of the river Elid, they'll know of our curse, seeing as it's related to water we bring from the river. It's said that nothing happens on the river that they don't know about.1,011
Ahh now the spirits are something which no one from here have seen in a good long time, certainly not in my lifetime, I don't think even in my own grandfather's lifetime. 1,010
Most the younger people of this town don't even remember that the spirits even exist.681
Good day to you young man.649
Aha yes here it is, the ballad of Jareesh. This tells of a previous quest to try and find the spirits.648
Here I have something around here somewhere which may be of interest to you.646
Good day to you young lady.406
Well I'm Ghaslor, the oldest person in this here town and keeper of some of the lores and histories of our village. If you're new around here I'd go talk to the mayor.10
Lousy, young people have no respect for their elders, there's too many confusing newfangled magic carpets and snake charmers around these days and now we don't even have any water.8
You already have the ballad of Jareesh, which tells of a previous quest to try and find the spirits.6
Any progress on uncovering the town's curse yet?5
You actually managed to find them? I'm impressed. As I say - no one has seen them in many many years.5
Ah yes I heard a group led by that Saradominist priest went into the shrine and removed the Statuette. It all seemed a bit unnecessary to me. Didn't realise it would curse us though. 5
I have no idea what they did with it afterwards.5
I'm happy that we have our water back, thanks for your help.4
Mostly happy, but young people have no respect for their elders, theres too many confusing newfangled magic carpets and snake charmers around these days. I remember when this used to be fields.4
Well no admittedly it used to be sand, just like it is now, but let an old man have his grumble.4