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- Alleyway Lurker
- Barmaid Karlena
- Carnival Worker
- Divinity Guide (Directions)
- Mina Starling
- Old Man
- Old Woman
- Refugee Farmer
- Seraph Soldier
- Town Crier
- Poet: Where lies our surcease of sorrow?
- Ingolf Roaldson: BEER!
- Poet: Where do we find strength for tomorrow?
- Ingolf Roaldson: BEER!
- Poet: What heals our wounds and numbs our pain? Liquid barley, hops, and grain!
- Poet: Barkeep! Fill my pint again!
- Ingolf Roaldson: BARKEEP! MORE BEER!
- Seraph Soldier: Everyone, raise your mugs in honor of minister Caudecus!
- Citizen (1): To the minister!
- Citizen (2): May he live a long and healthy life!
- Seraph Soldier: And long may he host the best festivals in the city!
- Seraph Soldier: To Caudecus!
- Citizen (1): To Caudecus!
- Citizen (2): To Caudecus!
- Citizen (2): Aren't you supposed to be on patrol?
- Seraph Soldier: Duty calls. Don't forget to pay the barkeep.
- Citizen (1): There goes one of Divinity's finest.
- Citizen (1): Whatsa matter? Can't keep up with the big boys?
- Citizen (2): I think I'm full up to my eyeballs.
- Citizen (1): You seein' double?
- Citizen (2): Only if you're buying another round.
- Citizen (1): I think you're smarter after you've had a few.
- Citizen (2): Barkeep! Another round of "intelligence potion"!
- Alleyway Lurker (1): Ey. You get the message?
- Alleyway Lurker (2): Yeah the kid tipped me off. Here ya go.
- Alleyway Lurker (1): All right. If I like what I see, I'll pay for more tomorrow.
- Barmaid Karlena: The Busted Flagon is looking for part-time bouncers! Previous bar-brawl experience preferred but not required!
- Barmaid Karlena: Are you skilled enough to drop a drunken norn? Then the Busted Flagon wants YOU as a part-time bouncer!
- Beggar: All donations are tax deductible!
- Beggar: Bring me your gently used gold coins and half-full ale mugs!
- Beggar: Money for a poor man?
- Beggar: Spare a little change?
- Beggar: Who says beggars can't be choosers?
- Beggar: I accept all gifts with a smile.
- Child: I bet I can run faster than you!
- Child: I saw this hunter who had a doggie. It was bigger than me, and it said, "Woof!"
- Child: Tonight, I'm going to sneak in and see the queen!
- Child: When I grow up, I'm going to be a brave hero!
- Noble: Whoa! (laugh) Did you see that?
- Noble: Praise the Six!
- Worker: (weary laugh) This is one of those days, isn't it?
- Worker: Listen to my advice: never assume you can outrun a wild animal.
- Child (1): Fighting bandits is hard work.
- Child (2): Mmm hmm.
- Child (1): Enjoying your rations, soldier?
- Child (2): Mmm hmm.
- Child (1): Good man. We'll attack the centaurs next.
- Child (2): Um, I hear my mom calling me.
- Child (1): Stop right there!
- Child (2): In the name of the queen, I demand you surrender!
- Child (3): You'll never take us alive!
- Child (2): Brenner!
- Child (4): Pew! Pew! Pew!
- Child (1): Lightning bolt! Lightning bolt!
- Child (4): Agh! Tell my wife I love her!
- Child (2): Prepare to die! Bang! Bang!
- Child (3): I regret... nothing!
- Citizen (1): Do you think the gods like helping us? Or do you think it's a chore for them?
- Citizen (2): I suspect it's as much a chore for them as cleaning the porch is for me.
- Citizen (1): You haven't cleaned the porch in years.
- Citizen (2): Kind of my point.
- Citizen (1): Guess what I heard? The queen rejected another suitor before he even set foot in town.
- Citizen (2): Good for her. She's young. Her life is fine just the way it is.
- Citizen (1): You've got to be kidding. You know she doesn't have a child, right? What if something happens to her? Without a descendant to the throne...
- Citizen (2): What? You're mad that she's not married and pregnant? She's your queen. Watch what you're saying. She knows what she's doing.
- Citizen (1): How're you doing?
- Citizen (2): The usual. Drinking and fighting.
- Citizen (1): Brawling isn't ladylike.
- Citizen (2): Them's fightin' words.
- Citizen (1): Oh, right! Then let me buy you a drink.
- Citizen (2): Finally, a guy who understands me. I'll meet you at the bar after I've killed a few bandits.
- Citizen (1): The minister's a helluva guy spending money on something like that
- Citizen (2): He acts like a nice guy hosting a carnival for the kids, while the city goes to hell.
- Citizen (1): You gonna tell me about how kind and generous Queen Jennah is, and what a shame it is she isn't married yet?
- Citizen (2): Keep you voice down.
- Citizen (2): You say the wrong thing in the wrong place, and we're gonna have trouble.
- Citizen (1): Think she had a few ribs removed before she bought that corset?
- Citizen (2): You could wear something like that... if you stopped eating. And breathing.
- Citizen (1): Who does she think she is? Anise?
- Citizen (1): You can't trust those damn norn. They trade with charr!
- Citizen (2): This again?
- Citizen (1): It's nothing personal. I hate everyone.
- Citizen (2): You're a prince among men.
- Citizen (1): You think this is bad, you should try trading with the tengu. Talk about strict!
- Citizen (2): Oh, come on. It can't really be that much of a hassle, can it?
- Citizen (1): Let me put it this way: you know how they say the emperor threw all of the nonhumans out of Cantha?
- Citizen (1): He probably got tired of haggling with them!
- Citizen (1): One, two, three...shoot!
- Citizen (1): Paper wraps rock. I win!
- Citizen (2): You're a fool. Rock tears through paper!
- Citizen (1): Is this like those rock-cutting scissors you had yesterday?
- Citizen (2): They were really good scissors! And this is a really heavy rock. You lose!
- Citizen (1): You're crazy. If I didn't love you so much, I'd ditch you in centaur country.
- Citizen (2): You just love me for my rock-cutting scissors. I win again.