Robert: Hello, ! Nice to see you, welcome to my weapon shop.
Robert: My name is Robert.
Robert: I am responsible for the trade with weapons and armor here in the arena. I constantly beg my superior Bertha to give me some other job or, even better, to send me back to Carlin but the cold seems to have frozen her heart.
Robert: Of course, just browse through my wares. If you're only interested in distance equipment, let me know.
Robert: Here is my distance assortment.
Robert: My offers are weapons, ammunition, armors, helmets, legs, and shields. If you'd like to see my offers, ask me for a trade.
Robert: I sell all sorts of arrows for bows and different bolts for crossbows. Ask me for a trade if you're interested to see my wares.
Robert: Oh sweet Carlin, when will I see you again?
Robert: Yetis are huge, but perfectly camouflaged in the snow. They attack out of nowhere and before you can scream you are dead.
Robert: Even Thais could not be worse than this frozen hell hole here.
Robert: Jessica says they have agents everywhere. I wonder if they try to kill me to hinder our trade here ...
Robert: Since the day I spoke with Jessica, I sleep under my bed, just to be on the safe side.
Robert: Edron is in the other end of the world. I wish I were there.
Player: Port Hope
Robert: Port Hope and its cannibal orcs is almost as bad as Svargrond.
Robert: Sure it looks peaceful, but to be honest, those wild barbarians are scary.
Robert: Even if they have no bad intentions, they are still dangerous due to their short temper and love for alcohol and risky contests.
Robert: The local jarl is a fine man, measured by local standards that is. Still he can't bring me back from the dead when some of the barbarians go berserk and kill me.
Robert: It's a haunted isle where the shamans call spirits and such to our world.
Robert: If there were some more druids around with all their awesome healing powers, I'd feel more comfortable.
Robert: They are the local witch doctors. I'd rather wait for the rare visit of a druid from Carlin than to put my life in the hands of one of those people.
Robert: I daily pray to the gods to protect me from harm. I still believe in a wonder to come which will get me back to Carlin.
Robert: I heard they have a king in Thais.
Robert: If only our beloved queen would know what dangers we have to face here. I am sure she would call us back to the safety of Carlin.
Robert: The good news are: I got not killed by some drunken barbarian or unskilled axe thrower. The bad news are: I am still stranded here.
Robert: I know enough about magic to know that it is too dangerous.
Robert: You are scaring me with that name. Please stop it.
Robert: In this area, there are more monsters than snow rabbits. Just everything seems to prey on each other.
Robert: For all I heard, the palisades won't stop them when they come at night to kidnap sleeping people and to eat them alive.
Robert: The mines are lost. If only the people in Carlin were to accept that and call us back.
Robert: That is some spirit the barbarians seem to fear.
Robert: Shush! Don't speak that name aloud. It might call him here.
Robert: Sorry, I think we are out of stock.