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Well Bwana, if you're stuck for something to do, you could always do a bit of handymanship about the village and cut away the jungle that lies here about.1,157
Great, I saw you were fixing the fence earlier, it looks like you've got the hang of this now! Let me give you something for your effort!1,074
Hello there...thanks for helping out Trufitus commune with the gods Bwana. We've been able to return to the village thanks to your help.1,017
Is there anything I can do for you, Bwana?1,017
If you's is good with da machete Bwana, you's can get's some thatching spars and put them to use repairing the run-down village fence.965
It grows much faster than any other herb I have seen, Bwana. But remember, although it is hardy enough to grow in the cold mountain lands, it may still become diseased.880
What's a troll? And what was that about your arm, Bwana?873
Oh no, Bwana. Those are far too valuable to give away.870
Goutweed? People grow it in farming patches all the time. Have you tried planting a gout tuber in your patch?869
No, not with a normal gout tuber. Those just won't survive the conditions. You'll need a special hardy gout tuber.869
You want to grow it in the mountains, Bwana? That might be more difficult. Gout tubers only grow well in warm places with plenty of sun.867
Yes Bwana, you gain experience in woodcutting. In addition many members of the community will reward you with trading sticks, our local currency, for your efforts.856
Correct Bwana, trading sticks! It's our form of local currency! Everything you do to help out in the village will give you some favour, but there's a maximum limit! 852
Oh, I suppose I could let you have one. But only because you've got over sixty percent favour. If we didn't owe you so much for your help, I'd not be giving out hardy gout tubers.810
When you've reached one hundred percent, you cannot gain any more favour, you need to cash in your favour for trading sticks before you can increase your favour again.625
This is to the South Bwana, you should see that there are sections which are rotten, but some other passers-by sometimes help out repairing it.524
Hey, I've seen you working around the village. You've been doing a lot of good work around here for us. Let me give you something for your trouble.496
Hey there, you wanna go in there to chop da special wood, it's gonna cost you's 100 trading sticks my friend.470
I've already given you some trading sticks and I don't have any more on me at the moment. Why not go and talk to some of the other villagers and get some contributions?465
You'll need some thatching spars and a machete in order to repair the fence though Bwana.420
Well, I tend the hardwood grove nearby, you can enter if you like and harvest some of the very fine hardwood that grows within. 415
You can purchase a standard machete from Jiminua's store. Gabooty has a selection of local items which you may like to purchase, including better machetes. Also, you may like to chat to Safta Doc, he may have a deal350
Apart from that I'm a simple Tai Bwo Wannai villager...I like to try and find out what's going on in the mainland and the rest of the known world.336
Apart from cutting back the jungle and repairing the fence, I think we've got most things covered now Bwana.335
Yeah, you've been doing a lot of good work around here. Let me give you something for your time and effort.331
You'll find much of it to the southern end of Tai Bwo Wannai, outside of the village. Some is tougher than others so you may have difficulties cutting it back. 331
It means that you may find something you wish you hadn't but then discover something you never thought you could! If you find me too vague, go and have a chat with Sharimika about it!324
you'll find interesting.283
Beware though Bwana, those bushes can conceal a great many dangers or trophies, it could be the death... or the making of you!252
What can I do for you, Bwana?137
I see that you've been hacking away at the jungle...good, now if you have some thatching spars you can go and fix the fence. It's just to the south near the jungle, again, you'll need a machete for this.131
In which case Bwana, I'm afraid you cannot enter.113
Umm... Bwana... I can see both of them. They are attached to your shoulders, yes?109
I do not know what one of those is, Bwana, but I am sure there are none in our village.109
Well, Bwana, when I am looking for someone, I find it helps to think about where they may be. If your friend was travelling this way, he is surely between here and the place where you last saw him.108
Then perhaps you should look for your friend along the route to Brimhaven.106
Well Bwana, there's a good ten villagers I know of who would show their appreciation for your effort. Who do you want to ask about?101
Yes, Bwana, I remember. We owe you big-time for the work you done in Tai Bwo Wannai Village, so I can let you have a hardy gout tuber for your friend to grow on his mountain.74
Hey there, you wanna go in there to chop da special wood, for you my friend, it's free!61
Let me see... I think if you get it up to 60 percent, I'd be able to let you have a hardy gout tuber for your friend.60
Sorry, Bwana, but I don't need those. I get plenty of trading sticks from all the people wanting to use my hardwood grove. Hardy gout tubers are too precious to be bought like that.59
Oh, I hadn't thought of that...58
No, Bwana, I'm very sorry, but you'll need to do a bit more work for us before we'll be able to spare you any hardy gout tubers.44
Sharimika is married to Mamma Bufetta, Bwana. They live in the houses just in front of the tribal statue.31
What do you need now?23
Mamma Bufetta lives with her family in the building that faces the stone statue, she lives there with her husband Sharimika and her daughter Layleen.22
Karaday is a young man and his chosen profession is fishing, he follows after his father Safta Doc in that respect. You can find him usually around the center of the village, that is when he's not off fishing.20
Murcaily! That's me! Well, what do you want to know?! I look after the teak and mahogany trees and make sure that we get payment of anyone who uses the facility. And I'm usually standing just about here! 20
Layleen is a young girl, the daughter of Mamma Bufetta and Sharimika, she lives with her parents.16
Waahhhhh! - It's da evil broodoo beast come ta eat my very soul!14
Safta Doc used to be a fisherman, but he's just about retired now. He has an interesting profession which you might like to talk to him about. You'll find him usually near the building with the anvil in it. 13
favour and I will let you have what you need.12
Ahhhhhhhh - Get away from me you beast!12
Ah Rionasta! He's an enterprising man! Had a very good idea and is now much in demand, you'll find him between the blacksmith's and Timfraku's hut.12
It's just slightly north of the village statue.11
Jagbakoba is a wild hunter. He can be a bit aggressive but he'll reward anyone who helps to keep the village in good order. You'll find him to the south of the enclosure, near the fires.11
Gabooty is a bit of a mystery, no one's sure where he came from! He's quite helpful though, you can find him in the middle of the village enclosure, to the south of Sharimika's house.10
Ahhhhhhhh - It's a monster!9
Fanellaman was a fisherman, he's retired now, but he'll try and regale you with tales of his salty sea dog days. He's often walking up and down the western beach.9
You are wise, Bwana. I have seen many an adventurer accidentally drop valuable items on the floor through trying to hold too many things.8
Ahhhhhhhh!7
What did you do with the ones I gave you before?4
That was a lot of tubers! He has enough to last him a very long time. You will not need any more hardy gout tubers, and you certainly won't get any more from me!4
You were also telling me something strange about your arm, Bwana.3
Oh, that is difficult, Bwana. Gout tubers only grow well in warm places with plenty of sun. If your friend wants to grow it in the mountains, he will need a special hardy gout tuber.3
Fair enough, pop back if you change your mind.3
Oh no, Bwana! Those are far too valuable to give away, especially since we don't really owe you any favours at all. Maybe if you did some work around our village I could let you have one.3
I think you have more than enough!2
Yes, Bwana, I remember. You wanted a hardy gout tuber so your friend could grow goutweed on his mountain. But you only have 0 percent favour in our village. Come back to me with at least 60 percent2
Yes, Bwana, I remember. You wanted a hardy gout tuber so your friend could grow goutweed on his mountain. But you only have 10 percent favour in our village. Come back to me with at least 60 percent2
Yes, Bwana, I remember. You wanted a hardy gout tuber so your friend could grow goutweed on his mountain. But you only have 43 percent favour in our village. Come back to me with at least 60 percent1
Yes, Bwana, I remember. You wanted a hardy gout tuber so your friend could grow goutweed on his mountain. But you only have 40 percent favour in our village. Come back to me with at least 60 percent1
Yes, Bwana, I remember. You wanted a hardy gout tuber so your friend could grow goutweed on his mountain. But you only have 17 percent favour in our village. Come back to me with at least 60 percent1
Bwana, those things are valuable! Please use the ones in your bank first.1
Yes, Bwana, I remember. You wanted a hardy gout tuber so your friend could grow goutweed on his mountain. But you only have 11 percent favour in our village. Come back to me with at least 60 percent1
Yes, Bwana, I remember. You wanted a hardy gout tuber so your friend could grow goutweed on his mountain. But you only have 6 percent favour in our village. Come back to me with at least 60 percent1
Yes, Bwana, I remember. You wanted a hardy gout tuber so your friend could grow goutweed on his mountain. But you only have 13 percent favour in our village. Come back to me with at least 60 percent1
Yes, Bwana, I remember. You wanted a hardy gout tuber so your friend could grow goutweed on his mountain. But you only have 53 percent favour in our village. Come back to me with at least 60 percent1
Yes, Bwana, I remember. You wanted a hardy gout tuber so your friend could grow goutweed on his mountain. But you only have 35 percent favour in our village. Come back to me with at least 60 percent1
Yes, Bwana, I remember. You wanted a hardy gout tuber so your friend could grow goutweed on his mountain. But you only have 47 percent favour in our village. Come back to me with at least 60 percent1
Yes, Bwana, I remember. You wanted a hardy gout tuber so your friend could grow goutweed on his mountain. But you only have 8 percent favour in our village. Come back to me with at least 60 percent1
Yes, Bwana, I remember. You wanted a hardy gout tuber so your friend could grow goutweed on his mountain. But you only have 45 percent favour in our village. Come back to me with at least 60 percent1