Guest Grimo Posted February 27, 2006 Share Posted February 27, 2006 Thank you for your frank and helpful answer, Domi! Here's a dialogue sample between Jan and Keldorn. Jan: You know Keldorn, you remind me of my Uncle Bigthumb. Keldorn: I do? Was your Uncle a devotee of Most Holy Torm per chance? Jan: Oh, no. He was a merchant in Baldur's Gate for a time. He had a fierce rivalry with a halfling name Lonthol Geld. Or was it Lonthol Guld? No, wait, I'm quite sure it was Lenthel Gald. Well, regardless, Bigtoe and he hated eachother. They were the only celebrity merchandisers in the Gate, you see. Keldorn: Celebrity merchandisers? I've never heard of such a thing in my life. Jan: Oh, well, they would sell celebrity memorabilia, you know? Uncle Bigtoe sold things like locks of Elminster's hair or coffee-mugs that had belonged to Karsus or Sylvanus' gardening tools, and such. Keldorn: So he was in the forgery business, no doubt? I fail to see how a criminal would remind you of me. Jan: Oh, his rivarly with the halfling became so heated it drove them both out of business. Having lost everything to greed, he decided to repent by becoming a devotee of Most Holy Torm. That's how he reminds me of you. Keldorn: Didn't I ask you that very question at the beginning of our conversation, gnome? Jan: Oh, probably. Link to comment
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