Junkar: Welcome, Player! You are lucky that the service is running right now. Save your coal for the days to come though!
Junkar: Ah, the black gold, dropped by many beasts.
Junkar: Oh there are so many beasts that swallow coal in their ravenousness, unable to digest it. The carrion worms are the first that come to my mind. ...
Junkar: Other monsters pick up coal for different reasons. Cyclopes who are famous for their ironwork often carry some coal with them.
Junkar: I run this steamboat of course. As long as there is enough coal left, that is. Are you looking for a passage?
Junkar: Where do you want me to take you? To Kazordoon, Thais or to Robsons Isle?
Junkar: My people are hardly understood by you humans. Only due to my constant contacts with humans I recognised the differences in our thought processes. ...
Junkar: Even if we can communicate and some motivation might be understood, there are things that cannot be grasped by the other race. ...
Junkar: For most things our communication is fine but when it comes to philosophy and outlook on life, there are differences that cannot be easily bridged.
Junkar: See you next time!