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There be nothing 'so-called' about curses laddie!467
There be nothing 'so-called' about curses lassie!297
Arrr, matey!204
Yo ho ho!57
Ye be a fool, and a disgrace to piracy.44
Aye laddie, that we are.42
Nay, always ye say it wrong! Tis 'we are', not 'we be'.41
Arrr! Tis thy fault.37
Aye lassie, that we are.15
Arrr, that's a strange yarn.11
Arrr, ye see, he made one mistake! Before he sailed away, he gave me a bow and one arrow so that I wouldn't have to die slowly.8
I was to be marooned, ye see. A scurvy troublemaker had taken my ship, and he put me ashore on a little island.6
Arrr, ye may be wanting to go to Crandor Island now, but if ye gets there, ye'll be a-wantin' to get off it again quickly enough!6
There's only one sailor alive daft enough to go there. Old Ned, the ropemaker in Draynor Village. I can't think of any other fools just now. Except for old Jack Seagull there.6
Aye, laddie, it is.5
Arrr, get away with ye, ye scurvy scallywag!5
So I shot him and took my ship back.4
Redbeard Frank ye say? He be outside. Says he likes the feel of the wind on his cheeks.4
Nay, but Redbeard Frank has often spoken of buried treasure. Perhaps ye should be asking him for a quest.3
Nay, I've nothing for ye to do.2
Nay, I've nothing for ye to do. But I hear there's an old landlubber in Draynor Village who's always a-looking for a lively lad to do him a favour.1
Nay, I've nothing for ye to do. But I hear there's an old landlubber in Draynor Village who's always a-looking for a lively lass to do him a favour.1
Aye, lassie, it is.1