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- Female Disgruntled Charr
- Stupid humans. We've been fighting them for centuries! And now we're supposed to be nice to them? This is someone's idea of a joke.
- Ebonhawke. I'm surprised you don't admire them for that.
The humans put up a good fight during
- It's a fight they shouldn't have won. We're the stronger force. We can conquer any army.
Interesting. But didn't they hold out because they had help from the
- What's your point?
- ghosts on the front door of the Black Citadel, and Flame Legion ready to attack at any moment. The legions might need allies in the end, both at home and against the Elder Dragons.
The charr have
- Perhaps, but if the humans ever fight along side of us, they better know that they need us more than we need them. (Turns Disgruntled Charr into an Iron Legion Marksman)
- Take care.
- You want to fight someone? Fight me.
- There's no talking to you.
- I'm not sure about the humans, but asuran tech could come in useful against the Elder Dragons. I should talk to a few of those brainy runts when I get the chance.
- Sounds like a plan.
- Male Disgruntled Charr 1
- Making peace with humans? Makes me sick just thinking about it. We don't need their weakness. We could slay the Elder Dragons by ourselves.
You really think the legions could beat the Elder Dragons without help?
- Absolutely! There's nothing we can't accomplish when we put our backs into it!
- The charr never managed to take Ebonhawke. Explain that.
- Prove your strength against mine, soldier!
- You're hopeless.
- Still thinking about what you said. I don't like the idea of fighting with humans, but I'd rather fight along side them than get into another centuries-long battle.
- Smart thinking.
- Male Disgruntled Charr 2
- We had the humans by their throats and they sue for peace. I'll never understand why the legions would see them as potential allies. We don't need their help.
It's that kind of arrogant thinking that will get you killed. At times like these, you'll need all the allies you could get.
- Don't insult me. I've killed more opponents than you can dream of.
It won't matter how many you've slain when the Elder Dragons come calling. If the charr can't stop the Flame Legion, there's no way they can stop the dragons.
- Interesting. If we attacked the dragons and lost, we'd be vulnerable to the Flame Legion. Perhaps we could bolster our forces with allies.
- Strength in numbers, my friend.
- You haven't fought me yet. Come on. Show me what you got.
- Sounds like fighting words to me. Let's go.
- That kind of thinking is going to drag your legion down.
- There's no way I'm letting the Flame Legion overwhelm us while we're going after the Elder Dragons. If protecting the legions means fighting alongside humans, so be it. The legions will never fall.
- Good luck.