Keil Hallinger

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Keil Hallinger is an animal collector residing in the Snow Leopard Lodge's second floor.

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Welcome, welcome! Gaze upon the greatest menagerie of creatures from beyond the Shiverpeaks! Um, we had more, but one of the specimens ate a few of its neighbors...
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Now this is a story I have to hear.
Raven's beak, you really want to know? Fine. I ordered a jungle raptor from an asura who passes through here. He said it'd attract crowds. I put the raptor in with the other animals, and...
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I can guess where this is going.
By the next morning, the cage was covered in bits of fur, scales, and feathers. I found the griffon curled up in a corner. Lost half of its feathers from stress, and now I have to pre-chew its food.
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What other animals do you have? (Same as below)
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I must be going. Good-bye.
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What did the asura do?
That pint-sized liar left out exactly how large it was and what it liked to eat. As you can see, it's not picky.
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You'd better not turn your back on it. Bye.
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I can't listen to this.
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What kind of creatures do you have in your collection?
Ah, well...we have a griffon, a white moa, and a very large and hungry raptor.
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Tell me about the griffon.
Ah, this majestic beast comes from the eastern slopes of the former human kingdom known as Ascalon. Its natural habitat has been tainted by the Dragonbrand itself.
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What about the other creatures in your menagerie?
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I need to get going. Bye.
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A white moa. How exotic.
This one's a recent acquisition. A moa ranch to the southeast was kind enough to loan me one of their birds until I could replenish my collection...after the incident.
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Let me ask about the other creatures.
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Time for me to move on. Good-bye.
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That raptor is huge. That's got to be rare. Where did you get such a creature?
This wetlands raptor was meant to be the centerpiece of my exhibition. Not many mountain residents have ever seen one, and I paid heavily getting it here from the west. Boy, did I pay.
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Tell me about the other creatures in your collection.
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Interesting, but I have to go.
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Good-bye.
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No, thank you. I must be going.