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Yes mistress! Kill them all.803
Peace be with you, friend.698
Taxes? Look at this place, do you think I can afford to pay any taxes?669
As if life in this city couldn't get any worse. Where am I going to find the money?630
Taxes? But this is a holy church of Saradomin, we are exempt from taxes.598
We'll need to use the donations from the congregation. We were hoping to use that money to build an orphanage for those who lost their parents to the plague.595
What are you doing? The people need that food!536
But people will starve!522
Good day, adventurer. I must thank you for protecting our high priest. Word has it that it was quite the battle.493
Sorry, Sophanem is under quarantine. No one may leave or enter.215
Don't let us keep you. I'm sure you've got plenty of other important questing to get on with.151
Nobody may enter or leave Sophanem for any reason, so says the new high priest of Icthlarin.109
Thank you, unbeliever; your heroic efforts have saved the day. I shudder to think of the fallout if we were to have lost another high priest so soon after the last.106
I wish there was more I could do for these people.77
I'm afraid my orders are clear.59
Bother me not, I am in preparation for the burial ceremony. I'm sure even you can curb your trivial demands until after that.54
Greetings, non-believer. May the blessings of Icthlarin rest on your tired shoulders and may they set you at ease during interesting times.44
What does the cursed one want?37
A likely story. She would never reduce herself to talk to one as lowly as you, never mind help you.30
Citizens don't decide new taxes. You should leave.24
A knight wouldn't be telling me this, they're not allowed in West Ardougne. I don't know who you really are, but you should leave.17
What business does the cursed one have with a servant of Icthlarin?12
I will not aid a defiler of the dead. Get ye gone; your presence is soiling my austere aura.11
What do you want?8
Why would I do that? I'm under orders not to let anyone in or out of the city.5
Okay, one second.5
It is not the job of a citizen to deal with taxes. Now, if there's nothing else, I must get to work.4
Bother me not; I am in preparation for the burial ceremony. I'm sure even you can curb your trivial demands until after that.4
It is not the job of a mourner to deal with taxes. Now, if there's nothing else, I must get to work.3
It's going to take a lot of work to fix the damage done to this city.2
Cursed one, why have you not yet returned the burial jar of our old leader?2
I wonder how someone as insignificant as you even managed to get inside the pyramid, never mind reach its heart.2