Alesar: What do you want, Player?
Alesar: No chance, human. Malor doesn't want me to trade with strangers.
Alesar: The efreet are those djinns who never fell for Daraman's insidious propaganda. I wish I would have been as smart from the start. ...
Alesar: But errors can be corrected!
Alesar: Those among my brothers and sisters who still do not see the truth call themselves the Marid. I used to be one of them, but I left them when the truth dawned upon me. ...
Alesar: Now I follow Malor, although I would never fight against my kind.
Alesar: Malor is overambitious and unnecessarily cruel, but he is the only djinn who could unite our race, so I follow him. ...
Alesar: The truth is I despise him, but that is of no importance as long as you humans will be exterminated.
Alesar: I used to have illusions about you humans. I thought humans were good, noble creatures. ...
Alesar: I thought djinns and humans shared a destiny, and that we could live side by side peacefully. ...
Alesar: But now I have learnt my lesson. I have had the privilege to look deep into the human mind, much deeper than most of my brothers. ... And guess what! I did not like what I've seen. You are nothing but a race of cruel, perfidious bloodsuckers who hide their wickedness behind a thin layer of civilisation and so-called humanity. ...
Alesar: Your race is a blemish on the face of Tibia. The sooner it is gone the better!
Alesar: One day we will teach your race a lesson it will never forget.
Alesar: One day we djinns will rid this world of evil.
Alesar: Haroun? What? You know ...
Alesar: where do you know that name from? Did he send you?
Alesar: That's my name. So what!
Alesar: My name is none of your business.
Alesar: Gabel is a kind-hearted, honest djinn. I would hate to see him die just because he believes in Daraman's lies. ...
Alesar: After all, I believed them myself.
Alesar: Don't you dare mention Daraman in my presence, human. I am through with his insidious lies and through with your accursed race!
Alesar: Fa'hradin, that old cynic is way too smart to believe in Daraman's lies. He should reconsider his loyalties.
Alesar: I miss Bo'ques' cooking, but not his pompous airs and graces.
Alesar: Baa'leal is Malor's lieutenant. Unflinchingly loyal, but not quite as clever as he thinks he is.
Alesar: Djema? Well - I suppose she is the only human I still like. But she has been brought up by djinns. Who knows - perhaps humans can learn.
Alesar: I remember him. He was a greedy, double-dealing hyena. As far as I know his bleached bones are now lying somewhere in the Kha'labal.
Player: Ankrahmun or Darashia
Alesar: I don't care about human cities. If I had it my way, they would all be burnt down today.
Alesar: The Pharaoh in Ankrahmun is a dangerous fool. Just a typical human, in other words.
Alesar: I don't like this place. But then it does not really matter where I am. I have a forge and I don't see any humans. That's all I need. Of course, your presence doesn't help me to feel myself at home here.
Alesar: I used to live in Ashta'daramai. That was before I realised the extent of my blindness.