Player: Another World/Death
Ashtamor: Does it mean anything than losing your weak physical shell? And isn't the true power in the universe rather mental than physical?
Ashtamor: Birth might be the beginning but death is certainly not the end.
Ashtamor: Is the mind a creation of the body, or the body an invention of the mind?
Ashtamor: See you again, ... sooner or later, more or less alive.
Ashtamor: It seems less rotten than most other cities, but still purification would do no harm.
Ashtamor: What help could I offer apart from guidance? Would you like me to help you to transcend the border to the afterlife?
Ashtamor: Welcome, , wanderer between the worlds.
Ashtamor: I consider myself as a guide, a guardian for the souls who transcend the border to another world.
Ashtamor: Kings, queens ... I've seen them come and go. Everything fades, even the glory and wealth of the richest.
Ashtamor: Oh yes, monsters can grant you a passage to the afterlife also, but it's not a comfortable trip.
Ashtamor: What's a name worth in your eyes? And more important: Does the choice of your name decide your fate? Perhaps we will never know.
Ashtamor: I'm offering vases and amphoras, the perfect vessel for all kinds of dusty remains. Ask me for a trade if you're interested.
Ashtamor: The essence of life, source of your very self. While the body is in space and time, the soul exists in time only.
Ashtamor: Thais needs to be cleansed by fire just like Venore!
Ashtamor: It's 4:14 am now, but the true question is: How much time is left?
Ashtamor: Yes, it's a wise idea not to leave the choice of your future vessel to chance. Have a look.
Ashtamor: You come to this world naked, and you leave it this way. So there's no need to save your money, especially in a place like Venore.