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This page is about what NPCs say to you. If you are having difficulty understanding what your buddies write in the chat, you are likely looking for Drunken Speech.

The majority of the NPCs added into the mod have a speechbank, which is listed below. For most of these, they will talk when the player 'speaks' to them by right-clicking on them. For trading units, right-clicking will open a GUI from which 'Talk' can be selected to achieve the same.

Please note that the names of structures used in some speech banks are the names of the structure they spawn in, when you're in game. On this page, the names used are generated randomly and are only a possibility of what you may actually see in game. For example, the name of a Dunlending Tavern, as spoken by the Dunlending Bartender, may look like this:

Welcome to The Fiery Horseman, Person!

Click here to get a different name.

The sub-headings for each NPC are the state that the NPC must be in for them to say the speech listed there. For example, if you successfully summon the Mallorn Ent, it will say one of the speeches listed under 'Summoning' in the Mallorn Ent section, which in turn is in the Fangorn section.

The NPC headings are linked (e.g. 'Half-troll Warlord' in the Half-trolls section) if the speechbank only applies to one NPC in that faction. If the heading is not linked (e.g. 'Dwarves' in the Durin's Folk section) then there are several NPCs who use that speechbank (in this example, both civilian Dwarves and all Warriors).

These speechbanks are completely unchanged and come straight from the mod's code, and are ordered in the same way. To editors, please keep it this way. I will format them in the future, once the base speech has been added.

List of Speechbanks by factionEdit

AngmarEdit

OrcsEdit

Not the nicest folk to deal with, Angmar Orcs usually greet people with a hail of insults. However, as you go through the ranks of evil, you may earn more respect among them. But if you remain their enemy, they will not hesitate to attack!

Friendly

  • Filthy maggot! Oh, it's you, Person...
  • I seek Man-flesh!
  • Where is the Man-flesh?
  • What do you want?
  • You still don't look like a Goblin-Man, Person!
  • I've had nothing but maggoty bread for three stinking days!
  • Maggoty bread again? Give me some Man-flesh!
  • I can't wait to get my teeth into some Man-flesh!
  • At your service, Person!
  • Soon, Person! Soon we will be at war with the filthy sons of Men!
  • What are you after?
  • The air is foul here.
  • We serve a common master, Person.
  • We shall break their bones and feast on their flesh!
  • Death to the kingdoms of Men! Death to the filthy Elves!
  • We shall swarm into the lands of the free peoples like a plague! Leave nothing alive!
  • What orders from our lord, Person?
  • These rags stink!
  • The world of Men shall be broken and destroyed.
  • Ruin! Ruin to the free peoples!
  • Something smells disgusting here. It's you, Person! Go away!
  • You're not bad for a Man!
  • Man-flesh!
  • The Eye speaks highly of you, Person.
  • If you can get me some Man-flesh, I won't eat you instead! Ha! Ha!
  • The Master is readying us for war. Soon the world of Men shall fall.

Hired

  • Where's the nearest Man-flesh? I'm starving here!
  • What are your orders, my lord?
  • You may be my commander, Person, but you're still a filthy maggot!
  • I smell Man-flesh!
  • Lead us to war, Person!
  • The air is ripe with the stink of fear!
  • I've had nothing to eat but maggoty bread for three stinking days!
  • The free peoples of the earth shall fall before our might!
  • Death! Death to all who oppose us!
  • Shall we hunt some Man-flesh, Person?
  • My stomach is dying for Man-flesh!
  • I am ready to hunt some Man-scum.
  • Death to those filthy Rangers and all their allies!
  • Let us wreak havoc upon the world of Men!

Hostile

  • Have you not been driven out by our armies yet, scum?
  • I'll bleed you like a stuck pig!
  • Enjoy your last breath, scum!
  • You're nice and fresh!
  • Kill the scum!
  • Looks like meat's back on the menu, boys!
  • You stink of fear!
  • Die, Man-scum!
  • Your blood smells fresh!
  • I'll skewer you like a piece of meat!
  • You'd better start running, maggot!
  • Come any closer and I'll stick you like a fresh cut of meat!
  • We dine on Man-flesh tonight!
  • Once I'm done with you, you'll be nothing but a pile of bones!
  • I will feast on your flesh, Man-filth!
  • I'll make dinner out of you!
  • You've messed with the wrong Orc, Man-scum!
  • I will have your head, scum of Arnor!

Neutral

  • I smell man-flesh!
  • I've had nothing but maggoty bread for three stinking days!
  • What are you after, maggot?
  • Follow your orders, scum!
  • You don't look like a Goblin-Man!
  • Do you want something?
  • Don't just stand there! Do something!
  • I don't trust you, maggot!
  • Whom do you serve?
  • Move along, scum!
  • Are you trying to start a fight?
  • You stink!
  • You smell like a rotten maggot!
  • I don't trust filthy Men!
  • Do you serve the Witch-king, or those filthy Rangers?
  • Get out of my sight, worm!
  • Get back to work, scum!

Skirmish

  • You trying to start a skirmish?
  • Trying to start a skirmish?
  • Nobody touches me, you filthy maggot!
  • I'll skewer you like a piece of meat!
  • You trying to start something?
  • I'll have your guts for garters, scum!
  • What are you looking at me like that for, scum?
  • I'll have your head on a spike, maggot!
  • I'll bleed you like a stuck pig!
  • Looks like it's time for a skirmish!
  • Nobody skirmishes with me and gets away with it!
  • You looking for a skirmish, filthy maggot?
  • Let's see you look at me like that with my blade stuck through you!
  • You asking for a skirmish?
  • Who are you calling a filthy maggot?
  • You after a scuffle, scum?
  • Want a fight, you filthy piece of meat?

Angmar Orc ChieftainEdit

These cranky old Angmar Orcs can be even worse than the usual. Even with a good reputation they can be sly and cheeky. They will try to do anything to get more coins in their pouch! And if you don't have any, it isn't going to be pretty!

Friendly

  • What do silver coins and Man-flesh have in common? I never have enough of them!
  • You want some mercenaries, Person? I want some coins.
  • Get your fighting Morgul-scum here! Starting at just a few silver coins!
  • I want to get my stinking hands on some more silver coins!
  • The forces of Angmar are ready for hire, maggot!
  • Orcs, Trolls, Wargs, and more stinking Trolls! Get them all here!
  • The armies of Angmar shall rise! What do you need?
  • Give me some silver coins and I'll give you some of my boys!
  • Coins or no deal, maggot!
  • You need some legs? I've got some for you! Pay the price and I'll give you some of my best boys.
  • A Man has not commanded the forces of Angmar in many ages. Will you be the one who shall lead us to victory?

Neutral

  • You think I'd sell mercenaries to scum like you? Ha!
  • Only the foulest of Men can command the Morgul-scum of Angmar, Person.
  • Work some more evil, and then perhaps I'll consider trading units with you.
  • Come back when you've proven your worth, maggot.
  • I'm not selling any warriors to you until you kill some more filthy enemies!
  • The filth of Angmar would never follow a weakling like you into battle!
  • What are you trying to do, maggot? Kill some Man-scum and I'll let you command my boys!
  • You think you can command the legions of Angmar? Ha! Don't make me laugh, maggot.
  • Coins mean nothing if you can't keep your boys under control!
  • Ha! You must be a fool to think that I will let you command the Orcs of Angmar!
  • Filthy maggot! No mere Man can lead the mighty Orcs of Angmar!

Angmar Orc TraderEdit

Like their cousins the Angmar captains, these traders are known for their insults and rude comments. However, if you get to know them and you earn respect amongst their kin, they will be happy to trade with you - for the highest price possible of course!

Friendly

  • Orcs like silver coins as much as the next race, you know...
  • Bring me coins if you want equipment.
  • So you have proven yourself, Person. Now we can trade.
  • A nice little stinking sum of silver coins might be nice.
  • If you want to trade, bring some coins, and keep it quiet.
  • An Orc can never have enough silver coins, maggot!
  • I might be interested in buying some materials.
  • Certain materials can fetch a good price among traders like myself.
  • I love crunching on a nice Elf bone!
  • You want some equipment? Get me some coins first, maggot!
  • Get me some coins and I'll get you some tools!
  • If you want some of my fine equipment, then bring some coins!
  • I sell the finest equipment and the sharpest blades!
  • I don't usually trade with filthy Men, but you're good enough.

Neutral

  • Come crawling back when you've proved your worth, weakling.
  • The stench of evil on you is not yet strong enough, Person.
  • If you wish to trade, you must prove your worth among our forces!
  • I've seen more threatening Halflings than you!
  • You want to trade? Come back when you're further down the path of darkness, scum.
  • Go and slay a few stinking Elves, and then perhaps we can trade.
  • If you want any Orcish equipment, you'll have to work more evil first.
  • There's no way I'm trading with a maggot like you!
  • Do you think the Dark Lord just lets me hand out equipment to anyone, maggot?
  • I don't trade with scum like you!
  • Kill some of those filthy Rangers and then we can talk!
  • Prove your worth, filth!
  • You won't be getting any equipment from me, maggot!
  • I don't trust filthy Men like you! Beat it, scum.

Rhudaur HillmanEdit

These primitive warriors may be nasty to the Dúnedain scum, but if you crush enough heads and earn some respect you will be greeted like a hero. However, if you are aligned with good, these warriors will most likely react by crushing your skull!

Friendly

  • You seem like a warrior of my kind, Person.
  • Angmar will soon rise again!
  • I have crushed many heads in battle. Have you, Person?
  • What do you need?
  • Angmar will rule and the lands of Númenoréans shall burn!
  • Númenoréans are filthy animals. They will all perish before the power of Angmar!
  • Welcome to our lands, Person, friend of Angmar.
  • Warriors of great might, such as yours, are welcome in these lands.
  • Rangers are no match for the strength of the Hillmen of Rhudaur!
  • Are you a warrior of Rhudaur, Person?
  • Can you fight like the warriors of Rhudaur, Person?
  • The blood of the Westermen will be shed soon enough.
  • Will you fight with us Hillmen, Person?
  • We are glad to see you are an enemy of the Dúnedain Rangers, Person.
  • Death to the Dúnedain!
  • Death to the Númenoréan filth!
  • I have tasted the blood of Westermen many a time, and I shall again!
  • If you are an enemy of the Rangers, you are a friend of ours.
  • Any enemy of the Westermen is welcome in our lands.

Hired

  • Let us burn their homes to ash!
  • We fight for you, Person!
  • I can almost taste the Rangers' wretched blood, Person.
  • Lead us to battle!
  • You are a mighty warrior of Rhudaur, Person!
  • I want to crush their skulls under my foot!
  • Where is the fight, Person? I want to kill!
  • The roar of battle awaits!
  • Your enemies are our enemies, Person!
  • Let us stain the ground with the blood of Númenoréans!
  • My weapon hungers for a head to split!
  • Scars await us in the battle ahead, Person.
  • You are a great warrior, Person. Lead us to victory.

Hostile

  • I'll smash your face in!
  • Die, Dúnedain filth!
  • You are not one of the Hillmen. Flee, scum!
  • I'll crush your skull with my fist, Dúnadan scum!
  • Run while you still can!
  • You are an enemy of Angmar. Death awaits you!
  • You will bleed quickly and die fast, Person!
  • I'll break your legs, and then you won't be running any more!
  • Your screams won't be heard by your filthy kin here!
  • Death to you and your kin!
  • I'll skin you like a rabbit!
  • You belong with the meat, roasting on my fire!
  • What Ranger fiend are you?
  • You are no friend of ours, Person!
  • Your doom belongs to the Morgul-lords now, Person!
  • Scream for your life, weakling!
  • You will squeal like the rest of the Númenoréan rats!
  • Curse you, friend of the Westermen!
  • I will flay you alive!
  • I have gutted tougher fish than you, Person!

Rhudaur Hillman ChieftainEdit

These Hillmen are noble warriors who have earned power and respect through battle. To hire troops from them you must be equally successful with your endeavours. No chieftain will trade with unworthy warriors! And if you're just a plain old enemy, watch out! They may be chieftain now, but they still have some moves!

Friendly

  • My men await your command, Person. Bring death to the Dúnedain!
  • May you break the bones of your enemies, Person!
  • My men raise axes to fight for you, Person!
  • Anything for a strong warrior with silver coins.
  • The Hillmen have no fear! Lead my men to battle, Person!
  • Let us bathe in the blood of our enemies, Person!
  • Our allegiance lies with Angmar. Their enemies are ours.
  • I have burned many Dúnedain villages, Person. I know you will do the same!
  • Kill the Númenoréan fiends!
  • May you split many heads in battle, Person!
  • My men for your coins.
  • I see many victories in your conquest, Person!
  • If you wish to kill the Westman, I can sell you my fighting forces.
  • Lead the Men of Rhudaur to victory!
  • Go, break skulls and smash faces, Person!
  • My warriors shall streak the blood of Númenoréans across the battlefield, Person!

Neutral

  • You have no trust with us, Person!
  • My men only fight alongside true warriors of Rhudaur.
  • What makes you think you can lead my warriors to battle, Person?
  • You have slain too few of the Númenoréan filth, Person.
  • Your hands are not red with Westmen's blood, Person. You are not fit to command us.
  • Prove your might in battle, and only then my men will follow you.
  • Spill more blood, Person, and then you may be worthy of my men.
  • My men raise axes for true warriors. You are no true warrior.
  • The terror of battle does not well befit weaklings like yourself, Person.
  • My strong men don't follow weak leaders.
  • You have not shed enough blood, Person.
  • You are weak like the Númenoréan filth! Go, kill more of them. Then my men may fight for you, Person.

Blue MountainsEdit

DwarvesEdit

Short and with quick tempers, Dwarves can be a nuisance sometimes. But if you earn their respect, you will learn that they are in fact amazing folk. However, don't make them your enemies, as the dwarves are known for their skill in crushing Orcs!

Friendly

  • Our women are so alike in voice and appearance that they are often mistaken for our men.
  • Roaring fires! Malt beer! Ripe meat off the bone!
  • You are not one of the Khazad, Person, but you seem friendly enough.
  • Let us drink together!
  • Shall we drink, Person?
  • Dwarven ale is the finest drink in all Middle-earth!
  • The wealth of the Dwarves is surpassed by no other race.
  • There is some good stonework here.
  • What tidings do you bring from the world of Men, Person?
  • My beard is the envy of all the Dwarves within these mountain holds.
  • Stature you may have, but a fine beard you have not!
  • You need to work on that beard, Person.
  • The smith-skill of the Dwarves is unmatched!
  • Do you have news from our folk in the East?
  • By my beard, I've not seen a Man in all my life! Welcome to my home, Person!
  • You're a bit too tall for these mines, Person! Ha! Ha!
  • Welcome to the Ered Luin, Person! Many riches await you here!

Hired

  • I am proud to fight for your cause, Person!
  • Let us go forth and slay some Orcish scum!
  • My beard is itching for battle.
  • Our foes shall be crushed like a rack of fresh ribs!
  • The axes of the Dwarves are sharpened for battle, Person!
  • Few in Middle-earth can stand against the might of the Dwarves of the Blue Mountains!
  • This is all well and good, but where has all the ale gone?
  • I'd sell my beard for a drink of Dwarven ale.
  • Ah! I miss the sight of the great stone halls of the Ered Luin. But a Dwarf will not run from battle!
  • We Dwarves are valiant warriors! All foes shall tremble beneath our hammers and axes!
  • No Orc shall escape the edge of my axe!
  • By my beard, I would run ten leagues just for one pint of fresh Dwarven ale!
  • It is truly a great honour to fight beside a warrior such as you!

Hostile

  • Don't expect to get the better of me, you rowdy lad!
  • You are no match for the kinsmen of the Blue Mountains!
  • You should not have come here, Person!
  • I'll cleave your miserable skull in twain!
  • Come on, lad! Show me what you've got!
  • Suffer the wrath of the Dwarves, Person!
  • Came you here only to be crushed?
  • Out with you, Morgul-scum!
  • Draw your last breath, Person!
  • No Dwarven ale for you!
  • Raaarrrgh!
  • I'll crush you like a rock, lad!
  • You have underestimated us, Person!
  • You're a nasty piece of work, Person!
  • What were you thinking, picking a fight with me? Ha!
  • Woe and ruin upon you and your kin, Person!
  • Khazâd ai-mênu!
  • Ishkhaqwi ai durugnul!
  • May you die in dragon-fire!
  • How dare you enter our lands?
  • Begone, Orc-scum!
  • You will pay for trespassing here, Morgul-scum!

ChildrenEdit

These stout dwarves may be small, but someday they will be mighty warriors! All they want is to go hunting Orcs with their fathers and to have a sip of ale on the sly! But be warned, if you are aligned with evil these little guys still pack quite a punch!

Friendly

  • Welcome to the Blue Mountains, Person!
  • You're not a Firebeard, or a Broadbeam...
  • Greetings!
  • One day I'll be able to drink Dwarven ale. I can't wait!
  • Even my mother's beard is better than yours, Person!
  • Can you pass me some Dwarven ale while nobody's looking?
  • How are you, Person?
  • Raarrrgghh!
  • They say I'm too young to hunt Orcs! Ha!
  • I wish I could wear my father's armour...
  • I will have a great beard one day!
  • There is no weapon finer than a Dwarven axe, Person!
  • One day I shall fight the evil Orcs with my brothers!

Hostile

  • I don't like you. Go away!
  • You're a bad person, Person.
  • Raaaarrrrggghhh!
  • If I had an axe, I'd split your skull in two!
  • The Dwarves of old did not flee from enemies, and nor shall I!
  • You had better run before my father comes back with his axe!
  • Leave or face the wrath of my kin!
  • We Dwarves know how to handle Orc-scum such as you!
  • You should leave our lands! We Dwarves do not welcome evil-doers such as you!
  • Filthy Orc! Crawl back to your hole or face the fury of my father!

Blue Mountains CommanderEdit

These mighty warriors are friendly enough to the good-aligned player. However, they are stubborn and won't hire troops to unworthy warriors. As you ascend through the ranks, in time you will of course earn their respect. But if you're an Orc, well, it probably won't end well!

Friendly

  • If you want some fine warriors, you've come to the right Dwarf!
  • Greetings, Person! Looking to hire some warriors?
  • Give me some silver coins, and I'll give you some units!
  • I can offer you some fine fighting Dwarves in exchange for silver coins, Person.
  • I have many strong Dwarves for hire.
  • My Dwarves are strong and loyal warriors.
  • My Dwarves shall serve you... for the right price! Ha! Ha!
  • Dwarf warriors aren't cheap! You'll have to pay a good price to command my lads!
  • You wish to command the mighty armies of the Dwarves? My men will follow you, but not for free.
  • We Dwarves are great and valiant warriors. Do you have what it takes to lead us into battle?
  • Good day, Person! I have some fine battle-hungry Dwarves that will serve you valiantly for the right price.

Neutral

  • You'll have to prove your worth if you want to hire some units, Person.
  • You want to hire my Dwarves? Go and kill some more Orcs first, or something.
  • I'll have to trust you more before I can let you command my Dwarves.
  • Prove your allegiance to the Blue Mountains, and they will follow you into battle!
  • You've got no chance of commanding a Dwarven army without some deeds to your name, lad!
  • Dwarves only follow into battle those whom we can trust!
  • I will not let any simple Man command my lads. Prove your worth to our kin and then come back!
  • You want to hire some Dwarves? You must prove your standing amongst our people first!
  • How many Orcs did you kill? I say not enough. Come back when you do more deeds.
  • My lads will not follow any stranger into battle. Prove yourself!
  • Who are you? I have not heard of you. Kill some Orcs and give a meaning to your name!

Blue Mountains MerchantEdit

These Dwarves are very friendly folk, always willing to trade for the right price. However, without coins and alignment you may fail to please them. If you do have coins you had better be hasty as these traders don't stay in your area for more than a day! These traders meet all sorts on the road, but if you happen to be an Orc it is probably best to avoid these warriors!

Departure

  • Well, I'll be on my way soon enough.
  • I can't stay here forever. Other lands to visit, other goods to trade...
  • If you wish to trade with me, you would be wise to hurry!
  • The riches of the Blue Mountains shall not wait here forever.
  • This is your last chance to get an excellent Dwarvish bargain!
  • I shall be leaving soon, but there is still time for a trade or two!
  • Business cannot wait, Person! I will not stay here for too long.
  • Other lands await! I'll be leaving soon.
  • Hurry, Person! I will have to depart these lands soon.
  • Do you wish to gaze upon the riches of the Dwarves of the Blue Mountains? Well, you had better be quick. I'll be on my way soon!
  • Time is passing, Person! If you wish to trade with me, you must do it now!

Friendly

  • As you can see, Person, my feet ache from this heavy load. Care you to buy something?
  • We Dwarves do not usually trade with Men, but you are an exception, Person.
  • Ale, armour, weapons - you want it, it's yours, my friend! As long as you have enough coins...
  • I come from the mighty strongholds of the Blue Mountains, Person. No other Dwarves boast riches quite like ours.
  • I am travelling the land in search of wealth - perhaps you are doing the same, Person?
  • Give me some coins, Person, and I shall be a very happy merchant indeed!
  • Greetings, Person! Do you wish to buy some goods from me?
  • I bring great treasures from the Blue Mountains! You can have them... for a certain price!
  • Do you wish to trade with me, Person? I have several items which might be of interest to you.
  • I will sell you anything for a fair price!
  • Do you want to trade with me, Person? For a few dozen silver coins you can enjoy the craftwork of the Dwarves of Ered Luin!

Blue Mountains MinerEdit

These hard-working dwarves will always be keen to share the spoils of their work - for the right price, of course. But if an evil player should attempt to sneak into the mines, there will be trouble!

Friendly

  • Do you have any silver coins, friend?
  • My pockets are overflowing with precious minerals!
  • Ripe meat off the bone! I'd pay a hefty sum of silver for some of that...
  • Have you any ale, Person?
  • Are you willing to trade, Person?
  • I'd pay handsomely for a good drink!
  • By Belegost, I'm starving!
  • Desire you to trade, Person?
  • I have many precious minerals to offer you.
  • We Dwarves enjoy a nice cut of juicy meat!
  • By my beard, I get hungry down here in the mines!
  • I'd give all of my gold just for a good old pint of Dwarven ale right now!
  • You're a bit tall for these mines, aren't you, Person?
  • Good day, Person! Or is it night? I'm not sure. I've been in these mines for an eternity! Ha! Ha!
  • Greetings, Person! Do you wish to trade with me? I have many types of metals that will satisfy your desires.
  • By my beard, this is one deep mine.

Neutral

  • A Dwarf does not just offer to trade his wealth with any stranger who comes along!
  • If you want to trade, Person, you'll need to do some more to prove yourself!
  • The wealth of the Dwarves is surpassed by no other race, Person!
  • You'll need to earn yourself a bit of a reputation before we can trade, Person!
  • These mountains are full of riches.
  • We Dwarves don't simply trade with any stranger that passes by!
  • The smith-skill of my kin is unmatched!
  • You wish to trade with me? You'll have to prove your standing amongst my kin first!
  • Sorry, Person! I don't trade with strangers.
  • We Dwarves are great miners! Our shafts and holes reach down to the very depths of the Earth!

Blue Mountains SmithEdit

Friendly

  • Come in, my good fellow! I have some fine Dwarven craftwork ready for sale!
  • You won't find goods such as these in all of Eriador! Nor Lindon, for that matter...
  • What can I forge for you? An axe? A chestplate? I can do anything!
  • The smith-skill of the Dwarves is unmatched!
  • What can I get you?
  • One, two, and three! There go the ingots!
  • My hammer and hands may be old, but I get the job done!
  • My skill is unmatched by no other Dwarf!
  • Swords? Axes? Hammers? You've come to the right place!
  • Pay me, and you will find in your hand the mightiest smith-work in all of Middle-earth!
  • By my beard, what kind of armour are you wearing? Let me get you some proper plates.
  • Come in! Come in! I just finished cooling this fine blade!
  • Do you want a fine blade? I can offer you one for a cheap price!
  • Any wish you have in mind I can turn into forged steel!
  • I forge the mightiest blades and the toughest armour!

Neutral

  • What business do you have in these lands, traveller?
  • If you want some of my mighty blades, you'll have to prove yourself first!
  • Huh? What? I don't deal with strangers!
  • Come back when you have a name in these lands.
  • You want those shiny axes, eh? Well, you ought to do some deeds to earn 'em!
  • I forge the mightiest tools, weapons and armour in these blue halls! But not for you... at least not yet.
  • By my beard, the day has come when a stranger thinks he can simply buy something from me!
  • One does not simply trade with a stranger.
  • I don't trade with odd folk such as you.
  • Who are you?
  • If you wish to trade with me, you must prove yourself to the folk of these lands.
  • I only forge for the mightiest of the mightiest.
  • You are not worthy of my mighty blades.
  • You're not fit enough to carry Dwarven plates.
  • You may only trade with me when you prove yourself to the Lord of these lands.

DaleEdit

DalishmanEdit

Friendly

  • It has been many years since the desolation of Smaug, Person, and much has changed!
  • You are welcome here in the realm of Dale, Person.
  • Dalish markets hold some of the finest antiquities from all around. You will find no better bargain elsewhere, Person!
  • The wealth of the mountain has brought us prosperity and misfortune in the past... let's hope those times are past us.
  • Not many who still live can say they remember the dragon. It has been years since Esgaroth burned.
  • Have you ever tasted Dalish pastries before, Person? They are the finest in all the world!
  • The merchants of Dale travel far and wide to bring us great luxuries.
  • What can I do for you, Person? Travelers are welcomed here with open hands.
  • Greetings, stranger! Welcome to the Kingdom of Dale!
  • Do you come from the land of that Halfling hero?
  • Some of us still recall how Bard with his black arrow slew the accursed dragon. That was truly a day to remember.
  • These lands have become very lively in the days since the dragon was slain.
  • There has been talk of strange messengers in Dale, wicked Men of the South. You are not one of them, are you, Person?

Hostile

  • Be gone, foul Orc-servant!
  • Our guards will make swift work of you!
  • You will find no gain in this land.
  • Run, Person! Run before our arrows get you!
  • You will pay for your crimes!
  • Leave this land, Person!
  • You will pay for that!
  • Our soldiers will make quick work of you!
  • Away with you, Orc-scum!
  • Keep away from these lands, bandit-filth!

Dalish CaptainEdit

Friendly

  • I offer the mighty men of Dale for hire!
  • You will find the mightiest soldiers of Dale here!
  • For only a small sum of money, you may command several powerful soldiers.
  • Greetings, Person! Are you here to hire some of my men?
  • None can match the skill of my soldiers.
  • Money wins wars, not men! Ha ha!
  • I will offer you command of my men, if you can pay for them.
  • The men of Dale are the mightiest warriors in these lands.
  • Nothing shall stand in the way of my men!
  • Do you wish to hire my men, Person?


Neutral

  • You are not yet worthy of commanding my men.
  • Come back when you have proven yourself!
  • Do you think I'd let someone like you command my men? Hah! No.
  • Your money alone is not enough to command my men.
  • You must prove yourself as a worthy battle-commander first, Person!
  • Come back when you have some honour to your name!
  • I do not give out my men for hire to any stranger that passes by!
  • You wish to hire troops? Prove yourself to the Kingdom of Dale, and then we can talk!
  • Go kill some outlaws and Orcs, and then come back!
  • I don't allow any stranger to command my men.

Dalish BakerEdit

Friendly

  • Welcome, Person! What can I get for you today?
  • If you want delicious food, you've come to the right place!
  • Dalish pastries are the finest in all of Middle-earth!
  • Have a look around, Person. See anything you like?
  • It may not be cheap, but it's certainly tasty!
  • Welcome to Kitchen, home of the tastiest cakes in the whole wide world!
  • You do look hungry, Person.
  • Got a family to feed? I'm sure they'll love something from Kitchen!
  • Well, Person, you look just like someone who'd enjoy one of my freshly baked pies!
  • Dear oh dear, you do look hungry!
  • Everything is freshly baked and made with only the finest Dalish and Dorwinian ingredients!
  • Are you hungry, Person?
  • So, Person, which cake will it be for you?
  • What's that? Yes, of course I put new cakes out on display every day, Person.
  • Don't think you can get away with eating any of the displays!
  • Don't go to that other bakery down the road, Person. I've heard bad things about their cakes. They'll rot your teeth, they will.
  • Who would waste their money on a blacksmith when you can come here instead?
  • Buy something!
  • Come back any time you like. I'm here all day, every day.
  • I'm starting to get tired of holding this loaf.
  • No, the stuff in the barrel isn't for sale.
  • What? No, of course I'm not going to tell you how to make a Dalish pastry!
  • Cram! Tasty, filling, and refreshing. Great for long journeys. Much better than that Elvish rubbish.
  • Going on an adventure? Then you'll want to take some cram with you, my friend!
  • Not another bleeding Dwarf! We've had quite enough - oh, it's you, Person. Please forgive me.
  • I'm sure your children would love to come here!
  • Please don't walk on the displays.
  • Go on, buy a cake. Who knows, perhaps it might even take your mind off the decline of the West for a while.

Hostile

  • Get out!
  • Get out! Out, I said!
  • We don't tolerate scoundrels like you in Dale!
  • Be on your way, Person!
  • I won't be selling anything to you.
  • Be on your way or I'll beat you with this loaf!
  • We don't appreciate your kind here!
  • I don't deal with villains, Person!
  • You should be locked up, not wandering around cake shops!
  • I don't care how much money you have, Person, you're not buying anything here!
  • Oh I've heard all about you, Person. You won't be getting any pastries from me!
  • Get out of my shop!
  • Off with you, or I'll summon the guards!
  • I don't want you causing trouble in my shop!
  • The soldiers will be after you, Person!
  • We don't want any of your kind here, thank you very much!
  • Oh no, you won't be buying any cakes from me!
  • Get out of my bakery, you scum!
  • No cram for you, Person!
  • Run off! Else I'll beat you with this!

Dalish SoldierEdit

Friendly

  • I guard the lands of Dale.
  • Nothing shall threaten the Kingdom of Dale under my watch.
  • Our enemies fear our spears and swords.
  • The Kingdom of Dale has grown mighty since the days of Smaug's demise.
  • I will not allow any Orc or bandit to enter this land!
  • The days are growing dark, Person. I fear soon we shall be at war.
  • I gladly protect these lands.
  • The Kingdom of Dale has grown great, thanks to the courage of brave soldiers. Yes! Just like myself!
  • Welcome to the land of Dale, Person!
  • We must remain vigilant.
  • I hear worrisome reports of skirmishes on our eastern borders.
  • Rumours say that Men of the East have been crossing over the Redwater. I must hope they are but rumours.
  • We cannot hold off the barbarians in the East forever, Person. If they should mount an attack... I fear for us all.

Hired

  • You command, I follow!
  • Do you require my service, Person?
  • Where shall we go?
  • Let us kill some bandit scum!
  • No Orc shall stand in our way!
  • Can we stop for some ale?
  • I will do as you command.
  • Nothing shall stand against us!
  • Let our foes meet with our blades!
  • As you command.

Hostile

  • I will make quick work of you, scum!
  • Be gone from these lands, foul Orc-servant!
  • You shall meet my sword!
  • You shall be punished for your crimes!
  • I will not allow you to go further!
  • Die, bandit-wretch!
  • You stand no chance against our spears and blades, scoundrel!
  • You will pass no further, villain!
  • Your days of crime have come to an end, Person!
  • By my sword, you wil fall!

Dalish MerchantEdit

Friendly

  • Greetings, Person! I come from the Kingdom of Dale.
  • The Kingdom of Dale sends its best regards, and its finest goods!
  • What is it that you would like to buy today, Person?
  • I have some very fine goods indeed.
  • Dalish craftwork is unlike any other in Middle-earth.
  • Cram, Person. Some good cram is what you need.
  • Come, Person, browse my wares.
  • You surely don't need all that silver.
  • I'm sure I have something that would interest you.
  • You look like a wealthy person, Person! Come and see what Dale can offer you.

Hostile

  • There shall be no cram for you, Person!
  • Villain! I shall sell you nothing of mine.
  • You would be most unwelcome in the Kingdom of Dale!
  • What do you take me for, Person, a common rogue? I will not trade with you!
  • You are no friend of Dale!
  • Away with you, scoundrel!

Departure

  • Hurry, Person, for I shall be leaving soon.
  • This is your last chance to buy the crafts of Dale!
  • Quickly, Person. I will soon be gone!
  • Hurry. I am leaving soon!
  • If you want some Dalish treasures, you had better hurry up!
  • The cram will soon be on its way! Come quickly!

Dalish BlacksmithEdit

Friendly

  • Welcome, stranger! Do you wish to see some of my goods?
  • My prices are the most affordable in all of Dale!
  • You will find the highest quality products here!
  • I forge the mighty Dalish blades.
  • Nothing can pierce the armour I forge.
  • It takes a lot of work to forge a good blade.
  • I have always despised making helmets.
  • My smith-skill is unmatched!
  • For a bit of money, you can get your hands on a fine blade, Person!
  • What can I get you, Person?

Hostile

  • Thief! Villain! Rogue!
  • You are no friend of the Dalish.
  • Get out, Person!
  • Leave now, you villain!
  • I'll bash your head in!
  • Run off! Else I'll beat you with this!
  • You aren't welcome here, Person!
  • You're scum! Scum!
  • I shan't be forging anything for you!
  • You've made a mistake coming in here, Person!

Neutral

  • I do not sell my products to any stranger who passes by!
  • Your money alone can't pay for my products.
  • Who are you even?
  • Come back when you're not nothing.
  • You are not worthy of wearing my armour!
  • Prove yourself here and then I may sell you something!
  • I will not give out my mighty swords to just anyone!
  • Get a meaning to that name of yours and I might sell you some of my fine weaponry, Person.
  • You must prove yourself in these lands first, Person.
  • It takes more than coins to buy one of my blades, Person.

Dol GuldurEdit

OrcsEdit

These fellows tend not to be the nicest people to hang around with in Middle-earth, but if you're good at chopping up Elves they may find a place in their black hearts for you! However, if you're a friend of the filthy Wood-elves, try and keep your head attached!

Friendly

  • Filthy maggot! Oh, it's you, Person...
  • I seek Man-flesh!
  • Where is the Man-flesh?
  • What do you want?
  • You still don't look like a Goblin-Man, Person!
  • I've had nothing but maggoty bread for three stinking days!
  • Maggoty bread again? Give me some Man-flesh!
  • I can't wait to get my teeth into some Man-flesh!
  • At your service, Person!
  • Soon, Person! Soon we will be at war with the filthy sons of Men!
  • What are you after?
  • The air is foul here.
  • We serve a common master, Person.
  • We shall break their bones and feast on their flesh!
  • Death to the kingdoms of Men! Death to the filthy Elves!
  • We shall swarm into the lands of the free peoples like a plague! Leave nothing alive!
  • What orders from our lord, Person?
  • These rags stink!
  • The world of Men shall be broken and destroyed.
  • Ruin! Ruin to the free peoples!
  • Something smells disgusting here. It's you, Person! Go away!
  • You're not bad for a Man!
  • Man-flesh!
  • The Eye speaks highly of you, Person.
  • If you can get me some Man-flesh, I won't eat you instead! Ha! Ha!
  • The Master is readying us for war. Soon the world of Men shall fall.

Hired

  • Where's the nearest Man-flesh? I'm starving here!
  • What are your orders, my lord?
  • You may be my commander, Person, but you're still a filthy maggot!
  • I smell Man-flesh!
  • Lead us to war, Person!
  • The air is ripe with the stink of fear!
  • I've had nothing to eat but maggoty bread for three stinking days!
  • The free peoples of the earth shall fall before our might!
  • Death! Death to all who oppose us!
  • Shall we hunt some Man-flesh, Person?
  • My stomach is dying for Man-flesh!
  • I am ready to hunt some Man-scum.
  • Death to those filthy Elves, and all their allies!
  • Let us wreak havoc upon the world of Men!

Hostile

  • Have you not been driven out by our armies yet, scum?
  • I'll bleed you like a stuck pig!
  • Enjoy your last breath, scum!
  • You're nice and fresh!
  • Kill the scum!
  • Looks like meat's back on the menu, boys!
  • You stink of fear!
  • Die, Man-scum!
  • Your blood smells fresh!
  • I'll skewer you like a piece of meat!
  • You'd better start running, maggot!
  • Come any closer and I'll stick you like a fresh cut of meat!
  • We dine on Man-flesh tonight!
  • Once I'm done with you, you'll be nothing but a pile of bones!
  • I will feast on your flesh, Man-filth!
  • I'll make dinner out of you!
  • You've messed with the wrong Orc, Man-scum!

Neutral

  • I smell Man-flesh!
  • I've had nothing but maggoty bread for three stinking days!
  • What are you after, maggot?
  • Follow your orders, scum!
  • You don't look like a Goblin-Man!
  • Do you want something?
  • Don't just stand there! Do something!
  • I don't trust you, maggot!
  • Whom do you serve?
  • Move along, scum!
  • Are you trying to start a fight?
  • You stink!
  • You smell like a rotten maggot!
  • I don't trust filthy Men!
  • Do you serve the Eye, or those filthy Elves?
  • Get out of my sight, worm!
  • Get back to work, scum!

Skirmish

  • You trying to start a skirmish?
  • Trying to start a skirmish?
  • Nobody touches me, you filthy maggot!
  • I'll skewer you like a piece of meat!
  • You trying to start something?
  • I'll have your guts for garters, scum!
  • What are you looking at me like that for, scum?
  • I'll have your head on a spike, maggot!
  • I'll bleed you like a stuck pig!
  • Looks like it's time for a skirmish!
  • Nobody skirmishes with me and gets away with it!
  • You looking for a skirmish, filthy maggot?
  • Let's see you look at me like that with my blade stuck through you!
  • You asking for a skirmish?
  • Who are you calling a filthy maggot?
  • You after a scuffle, scum?
  • Want a fight, you filthy piece of meat?

Dol Guldur Orc ChieftainEdit

These grouchy Orcs may be nasty to the average scum or Elf filth, but if you have silver in your pockets and you have knocked off enough Elf heads, they can be persuaded. However, if you're one of those pointy-eared Elf scum you're in for the fight of your life!

Friendly

  • What do silver coins and Man-flesh have in common? I never have enough of them!
  • You want some mercenaries, Person? I want some coins.
  • Get your fighting Orcs here! Starting at just a few silver coins!
  • I want to get my stinking hands on some more silver coins!
  • The forces of Dol Guldur are ready for hire, maggot!
  • Dol Guldur has many fine stinking Orcs and spiders for you to command!
  • I hear the Nazgûl speak highly of you. My Orcs shall follow you!
  • You may be a Man, maggot, but you seem worthy enough for my lads!
  • Give me just a few dozen coins and you'll have an Orc to command!
  • The legions of Dol Guldur shall fight for you!
  • All free peoples shall tremble beneath the feet of our armies! Shall you lead us, Person?

Neutral

  • You think I'd sell mercenaries to scum like you? Ha!
  • Only the foulest of Men can command Orcs, Person.
  • Work some more evil, and then perhaps I'll consider trading units with you.
  • Come back when you've proven your worth, maggot.
  • I'm not selling any Orcs to you until you kill some more filthy enemies!
  • The Orcs of Dol Guldur would never follow a weakling like you, Person!
  • Are you scared of spiders, maggot?
  • You wish to command the Orcs of Dol Guldur? You think you can lead an army? Prove it, maggot!
  • It will take more than a bunch of shiny coins to lead an army of Orcs!
  • No mere Man may command the legions of Dol Guldur!
  • You want to command my lads? Ha! Don't make me laugh, maggot!
  • Ha! You wish to hire some Orcs? Foolish worm! Show your ugly face again when you kill something!

Dol Guldur Orc TraderEdit

Orcs aren't the nicest of folk to be around, and especially not these traders. If you have coins and experience in Elf-stabbing they will be sure to try a trade. But watch out - they are full of cons and tricks and you may not end up a satisfied customer! Anybody aligned with good shouldn't worry about trades; they should worry about surviving the vicious attacks of these traders!

Friendly

  • Orcs like silver coins as much as the next race, you know...
  • Bring me coins if you want equipment.
  • So you have proven yourself, Person. Now we can trade.
  • A nice little stinking sum of silver coins might be nice.
  • If you want to trade, bring some coins, and keep it quiet.
  • An Orc can never have enough silver coins, maggot!
  • I might be interested in buying some materials.
  • Certain materials can fetch a good price among traders like myself.
  • I love crunching on a nice Elf bone!
  • You want some equipment? Get me some coins first, maggot!
  • Get me some coins and I'll get you some tools!
  • If you want some of my fine equipment, then bring some coins!
  • I sell the finest equipment and the sharpest blades!
  • I don't usually trade with filthy Men, but you're good enough.

Neutral

  • Come crawling back when you've proved your worth, weakling.
  • The stench of evil on you is not yet strong enough, Person.
  • If you wish to trade, you must prove your worth among our forces!
  • I've seen more threatening Halflings than you!
  • You want to trade? Come back when you're further down the path of darkness, scum.
  • Go and slay a few stinking Elves, and then perhaps we can trade.
  • If you want any Orcish equipment, you'll have to work more evil first.
  • There's no way I'm trading with a maggot like you!
  • Do you think the Dark Lord just lets me hand out equipment to anyone, maggot?
  • I don't trade with scum like you!
  • Kill some of those filthy Elves and then we can talk!
  • Prove your worth, filth!
  • You won't be getting any equipment from me, maggot!
  • I don't trust filthy Men like you! Beat it, scum.

DorwinionEdit

Captain of BladorthinEdit

Friendly

  • You are noble indeed, Person. The Order of Bladorthin would be willing to serve you.
  • You have earned my respect, Person. What do you want?
  • The Order of Bladorthin do not bow and scrape to weak Men. But you are no weak Man, Person.
  • My warriors are the finest Elves in all Middle-earth.
  • I will grant you command of my warriors, Person. For a price, of course.
  • You have the grace of an Elf-friend. What is it you need, Person?

Neutral

  • The Order of Bladorthin do not bow and scrape to weak Men.
  • Have you come here thinking you can command my warriors? A good joke, Person.
  • Banner-bearer? You would be fit only to bear my cup, Person.
  • You are no Elf-friend, Person. Begone.
  • Should you not be working in the vineyard?
  • Go back, Person. The day is warm, and there are many grapes yet to be picked.

Vintner Guard CaptainEdit

Friendly

  • Welcome, Person. Have you come to hire my guards?
  • The Vintner Guards make excellent personal guards too, Person.
  • My guards are not cheap, Person, but they are loyal.
  • Ah, Person! I have heard tales of your deeds. You seem like an honest friend of Dorwinion.
  • Elves may be powerful, Person, but they are fickle too. You have made the right choice to come to me.
  • For just a small sum of money, these guards might be yours.
  • I can't wait to get home and drink some wine.
  • My guards are well-trained, Person.

Neutral

  • The guards of Dorwinion do not serve just anyone, Person.
  • These guards are hired by vintner-elves and noblemen. They do not serve lowborn peasants like you!
  • You may be our friend, Person, but you are no nobleman.
  • What are you doing here? Go back to picking grapes.
  • You are not worthy of the Vintner Guard.
  • These men are well-trained, loyal, and strong. They serve only the highborn of Dorwinion. Not fools like you.
  • What do you think we are, Person, a band of mercenaries? Away with you.

Dorwinion ElfEdit

Friendly

  • I welcome you to Dorwinion.
  • In your tongue, Person, this country is called the Land of the Young.
  • Our kin in the West think we are lesser, because we have not seen the light of the Two Trees. But I say, these lands are beauty enough for me.
  • Here on the shores of the Rhúnaer, we Dorwidhrim brew the finest wines in all Middle-earth!
  • I shall travel soon to my kin in the Woodland Realm. It has been long indeed since last we met.
  • Welcome to Dorwinion, Person, the easternmost Elf-country on earth... save one.
  • King Bladorthin ruled here of old.
  • The arrogance of our Eldarin brothers and sisters has led their realms into decay. But Dorwinion by the shores shall endure forever.
  • The Men of Númenor once claimed ownership of these lands, not so long ago. But I knew that would not endure. Men are weak... and too easily corrupted.
  • We Elves have always loved the sea, and the shores of this land bear a likeness to Cuiviénen from the old tales.
  • It is rare that one of our people should flee into the West, Person. We are not Eldar here.
  • I must get back to the brewery soon.
  • Wine! Wine, Person. It dulls all ills and sooths all sorrows.
  • The Men of Dorwinion are more noble than most. But Men they are still, nonetheless.
  • Go not into Rhúdel, Person. There are false tales of Elves in that land, and many confused Men.
  • The Enemy has spread false tales of Elves among the Men of Rhúdel. Believe no word of it, Person.
  • Sometimes I fear that the folly of Men shall bring doom upon us all.

Hostile

  • You are accursed, Person!
  • It was unwise of you to venture here.
  • You are an enemy of Dorwinion.
  • You are no friend of Dorwinion!
  • A thousand lives of Men would pass before I would do trade with you!
  • You are not worthy of the lowest Mannish grape juice!
  • What are you, Person? A common thief? An Orcish spy? Begone!
  • You will regret coming here!
  • I will put an end to your villainy!
  • Begone, scum!

Vintner GuardEdit

Friendly

  • We defend the land of Dorwinion.
  • This is mostly a peaceful land, Person. But you never know what might happen.
  • The Easterlings are no threat to us. They want our wine, not our blood.
  • If you see any troublemakers, let me know.
  • We don't take kindly to theft around here.
  • You should think twice before trying to steal from any vineyards around here.
  • The mighty Vintner Guard of old, reduced to fighting petty criminals! It is a shame indeed.
  • You look like a good law-abiding citizen, Person. I hope that is the case.
  • Any whispers of an Easterling invasion are nonsense. They are our friends in trade, you see, not our enemies.
  • You'll be fine as long as you don't cause any trouble.
  • Hello there, Person! What have you been up to today?
  • Move along now.
  • Welcome to Dorwinion, the civilised heart of Middle-earth! Just don't go any further east.
  • I don't take kindly to troublemakers.
  • I defend the wines of Dorwinion. And its people too!
  • I have heard tales of the golden guards of Rhúdel, all bedecked in gems and gilded steel. It sounds like pompous foolery to me.

Grape Attack Guard

  • I warned you, Person. Now you will pay the price!
  • Stop! Thief! You won't get away this time!
  • You have made a grave mistake, thief!
  • Those will be the last grapes you ever taste, Person!
  • You were warned, thief!

Grape Warn Guard

  • Don't do that again, Person.
  • I'll let you off... this time.
  • We don't take kindly to thieves here. This is your warning.
  • If you leave now, I'll pretend I never saw that.
  • Don't try that again.
  • Those grapes aren't yours, are they?
  • Those aren't yours to pick, my friend.
  • Think very carefully before trying that again.

Hired

  • How shall I serve you today, my captain?
  • What would you have me do?
  • I hope we shall not be standing around vineyards all day.
  • I will do whatever you order, Person.
  • I will defend your grapes until my last breath.
  • Oh, how I long for a sweet drop of wine.
  • We are guards, not warriors, but I will do my best.

Hostile

  • There's no room for villains like you in Dorwinion!
  • Get out of Dorwinion before we drive you out with our pikes!
  • You are no friend of Dorwinion, Person.
  • You should not have come here.
  • You will go no further, Person!
  • You must leave Dorwinion now!
  • Get away, Person! No wine for you!
  • You have the manner of a common rogue, and I shall deal with you like one!
  • Run along now, scoundrel!
  • I will spill your blood like bitter wine!
  • You would do well to fear us, Person!
  • Don't tempt me, scum!

Dorwinion Vintner ElfEdit

Friendly

  • Ah, Person! Have you come to buy some wine?
  • The Elven-wine of Dorwinion is sweeter than any other.
  • I must soon send these barrels off to the Woodland Realm.
  • We Elves brew the best wine in Dorwinion.
  • Have you come to buy wine from me, Person? A good decision indeed!
  • Which sort do you prefer, Person? Red or white? Or perhaps some grape juice?
  • I brew so much wine that I've taken to drinking the excess myself.
  • We vintner-elves are renowned for our brewing. Go on, Person, try some.

Neutral

  • There is no wine for you, unfortunately, Person.
  • The Elven-wine of Dorwinion is not for those of weak spirit.
  • I am afraid I have no more wine to spare.
  • You should not be looking to drink Elven-wine, Person.
  • I would not be willing to trade with lowborn Men like you.
  • What are you doing in here, Person?
  • The wine of Dorwinion is not just given out to anyone, Person.

Bladorthin WarriorEdit

Friendly

  • I and my kin defend this land from enemies both near and far.
  • Welcome to Dorwinion, Person.
  • We are an old and powerful order.
  • The spears of Bladorthin were delivered at last! And now Dorwinion has grown stronger than ever.
  • I defend Dorwinion and its people.
  • Our spears are of Dwarvish make. Have you heard the old tale, Person?
  • While we stand, no Orc or foul beast shall enter Dorwinion.

Hired

  • My lord Person.
  • How shall we serve?
  • My blade hungers for Orc-flesh!
  • I will not fail you in battle.
  • We Elves are stronger than any Man, Dwarf, or Orc.
  • What would you have us do, Person?

Hostile

  • You are accursed, Person!
  • It was unwise of you to venture here.
  • You are an enemy of Dorwinion, Person!
  • You are no friend of Dorwinion!
  • You should not have come here!
  • I will make quick work of you, scum!
  • You will go no further!
  • You are no threat to us, Person.

DorwinrimEdit

Friendly

  • Welcome to Dorwinion, Person.
  • These lands are best for wine-making. Which is why our wines are the best.
  • This country was once a province of Gondor. But now Gondor has declined, and we rule ourselves.
  • I do not bow to any steward of stone, Person. We are the Young, and we are free, and this land is full of wealth.
  • Since King Bard slew the dragon, trade with Dale has made us even richer.
  • The Kingdom of Dale grows ever stronger, and I am glad, for this means we grow ever wealthier.
  • Many in the Westlands do not even know this country exists. It's a shame, Person, they're missing out on some fine wine!
  • We send our wine all over the world. Dale, Mirkwood, Gondor... I bet even those Orcs love the taste of it.
  • Have you had some wine today, Person?
  • It's never too early for a drink of wine!
  • Which do you prefer, Person, the red or the white?
  • The Vintner Guard keep us safe from those barbarians in the East.
  • I dream of one day being chief wine-taster in the Vintner Court.
  • Have you tried our olive bread, Person?
  • This land is truly beautiful.
  • Dorwinion is the envy of all Dalishmen and Gondorians. Their merchants come here, and they want to stay!
  • Easterling invasions? Nothing to worry about, if you ask me. Only the civilised care for our wines.
  • We're too far away from Gondor to get involved in their wars.
  • Why should we fear Mordor? We are out of its reach here.
  • Dorwinion has seen no Orcs in living memory. They are tales to scare children, Person.
  • Some fools talk of the Easterlings preparing to invade us. I don't believe a word of it - they're quite content with just sending merchants.
  • I must go and pick grapes one of these days, Person.
  • Vineyard-tending is light work, Person. And you even get to keep some of the harvest.
  • As long as I have wine in the house, I'll be happy.
  • Those pointy-ears say they're the best at making wine. Pah! My brews put them all to shame!
  • I sometimes worry that those Elves take more than their fair share of our trade.
  • The Men of Rhúdel are our friends, and trade partners.
  • Pay no heed to those who would have you fear the Rhúdelrim.
  • The Men of Rhúdel are in many ways more alike to us than to their kin further East.
  • Some day, I hope to cross the ford and sell my wares among the golden lands of Rhûn.
  • Trust me, Person - the Rhúnaerim are no friends of Mordor, as some would have you believe.
  • Fearmongers and whisperers say that the Rhúdelrim are training armies across the Sea of Rhûn, and planning to invade our lands. What nonsense!
  • I have heard rumours of Wainrider raids on the borders of our lands.
  • There is talk of the Wainriders riding again, Person. I hope they stay well away from here.
  • I have no fear of those Wainriders, Person. The Vintner Guards will keep any barbarians out.
  • The Men of Dale are kin to our folk.
  • It is through trade that Men are made rich, Person. The wine and gold must flow.

Hostile

  • If I had all the wine in the world, I would not share a single drop with you.
  • You are an enemy of Dorwinion!
  • Go away before I call for the Vintner Guard.
  • Get out of our lands!
  • You are a villain, Person.
  • I shall have no dealings with you.
  • Begone, Person!
  • The Elves would not tolerate your presence here, and neither shall I!
  • Do not speak to me, you baseborn rat!

MerchantEdit

Departure

  • Come quickly, Person! I must be moving along soon.
  • Hurry, Person, or you will miss out on the sweetest wine you ever tasted!
  • The trade-goods of Dorwinion cannot linger here forever.
  • We must be moving on soon.
  • This is your last chance to taste some fine wine!
  • The wine of Dorwinion is almost spent! Come quickly, Person.
  • My time here is ending. Soon I must move on to trade in other lands.
  • We must return to Dorwinion soon. If you wish to trade, come at once!
  • I must soon be on my way.
  • We cannot stay here forever, Person. If you seek the fruits of Dorwinion, come at once.
  • I will soon be leaving to seek riches in other countries. Come quickly!

Friendly

  • Greetings from Dorwinion, Person!
  • I have many fine goods to trade!
  • I come from the land of vineyards. Have you heard of it?
  • Welcome, Person! Do you wish to try some wine?
  • I bring greetings and well-wishes from the Men of Dorwinion! And plenty of wine, as well.
  • The wine of Dorwinion is strong and sweet.
  • Have you come to trade, Person?
  • I have plenty of wine to trade.
  • Come, Person, spend some silver and try some fine wine.
  • Come and try the wines of Dorwinion!
  • We have many goods to sell. Come, come quickly!
  • I know you have always wanted to taste the wines of Dorwinion, Person!

Hostile

  • I would never trade with you!
  • You will never taste even a drop of the wine of Dorwinion!
  • You are no friend of Dorwinion, Person!
  • It was unwise of you to come here!
  • Guards! Strike this villain down!
  • There will be no wine for you!

Merchant ElfEdit

Departure

  • Come quickly, Person! I must be moving along soon.
  • Hurry, Person, or you will miss out on the sweetest wine you ever tasted!
  • The trade-goods of Dorwinion cannot linger here forever.
  • We must be moving on soon.
  • This is your last chance to taste some fine wine!
  • The wine of Dorwinion is almost spent! Come quickly, Person.
  • My time here is ending. Soon I must move on to other lands.
  • We must return to Dorwinion soon. If you wish to trade, come at once!
  • Do you wish to trade, Person? The hour draws late, and it is almost time to journey on.
  • I must soon be on my way.
  • We cannot stay here forever, Person. If you seek the fruits of Dorwinion, come at once.
  • I will soon be leaving to seek my kin in the Woodland Realm.
  • I cannot tarry here forever, Person. My friends in the Woodland Realm await me.

Friendly

  • Greetings from Dorwinion, Person!
  • I have many fine goods to trade!
  • I come from the land of vineyards.
  • Welcome, Person! Do you wish to try some wine?
  • I bring greetings and well-wishes from my kin, Person.
  • The wine of Dorwinion is strong and sweet.
  • Have you come to trade, Person?
  • I have plenty of wine to trade.
  • Come, Person, spend some silver and try some fine wine.

Hostile

  • I would never trade with you!
  • You will never taste even a drop of the wine of Dorwinion!
  • You are no friend of Dorwinion, Person!
  • It was unwise of you to come here!
  • I am no mere merchant, Person! I am an Elf of Dorwinion!
  • Guards! Strike this villain down!
  • There will be no wine for you!

Dorwinion VinehandEdit

Hired

  • I can farm other crops besides vines, Person.
  • Work on the vineyard is hard, but wine is sweet.
  • Hello, Person.
  • Greetings!
  • I am working hard, as you can see.
  • The soil here is rich.

Dorwinion VinekeeperEdit

Friendly

  • Good day, Person. Have you come to hire a vinehand?
  • Have you come to purchase some grapes, Person?
  • I would advise against trying to steal from this vineyard.
  • Greetings, Person.
  • I oversee the production of grapes here.
  • Would you like to work in the vineyard?
  • Have you come to trade, or to work, Person?
  • My vinehands are hard-working and very efficient.
  • Ah, the grapes of Dorwinion! I could spend a lifetime in this vineyard, Person.
  • These vineyards truly are beautiful.

Hostile

  • You will not be getting any grapes from me!
  • Run along, Person!
  • The guards will be here soon, I hope. Guards! Where are you?
  • That was a big mistake, Person!
  • There will be no wine for you!
  • You are no friend of Dorwinion, Person!
  • Begone, scoundrel!
  • You are a common thief! Begone, villain!

Dúnedain of the NorthEdit

Ranger Captain of the NorthEdit

Friendly

  • Do you seek to command the Dúnedain of the North, friend Person?
  • These Dúnedain will follow your leadership for a small price, Person.
  • Bring some silver coins and you can have some Rangers under your command.
  • Are you here with the intention of hiring Rangers of the North?
  • I can grant you the leadership of some excellent Rangers in return for silver coins.
  • The Rangers of the North now respect you enough to follow your command, Person.
  • The Rangers of the North only follow good and valiant Men into battle. You are worthy to lead us.
  • My men are the finest Rangers in all of the North!
  • I will give you some of my men for a dozen silver coins.
  • Such great warriors as my men do not fight for nothing, Person! They require payment.
  • You are worthy enough to command my valiant Rangers.

Neutral

  • Only the strongest friends of the Dúnedain may fight with us in battle, Person.
  • If you wish to captain the Rangers of the North, you must prove your trust.
  • Are you friend or foe, Person?
  • They say you are a friend of the Dúnedain, but I cannot be sure until you have done more good.
  • One does not simply command Rangers of the North without gaining some reputation first.
  • You are not yet thought of highly enough to fight with my Rangers in battle, Person.
  • Show us that you can be trusted, Person, and we will fight alongside you.
  • You will have to prove yourself to our kin, if you wish to command some of our mighty Rangers.
  • We Rangers do not follow any stranger into battle. You will have to prove that you truly fight for good in this world.
  • Prove your allegiance to us, and we shall ally with you.
  • You must prove yourself worthy first, if you wish to lead us to battle.
  • Only a true friend of our folk may lead us against the servants of evil.

Ranger of the NorthEdit

Friendly

  • Long have we guarded these lands, Person.
  • We Rangers have watched over these lands for generations lost to memory.
  • What brings you to this wilderness, Person?
  • May your journey be swift and your cloak warm, Person.
  • By nightfall this land will be crawling with Orcs.
  • Be on your guard, Person. There are many enemies in these parts.
  • Good day, Person. From which land do you hail?
  • Keep a safe camp at night, and stay out of the shadows.
  • It is not for nothing that we watch these lands, Person. Many foul beasts nest here.
  • We Rangers remember the ancient lore of the West. We have ways to walk unseen.
  • These lands are my domain, Person, and I do all in my power to safeguard them.
  • Beware the wretched Morgul-scum that crawls out at night, Person.
  • The wolf that one hears is worse than the Orc that one fears.
  • Were it not for us, these lands would have fallen to the darkness long ago.
  • Many of the folk that dwell here consider us bandits and outcasts. They do not know our true duties.
  • My kin has long guarded these lands from the dangers that lie to the North.
  • Be wary, Person. Many new dangers have arisen in these dark days.
  • As long as we watch over these lands, travellers such as you will be able to travel in peace, Person.
  • Lonely folk are we, Rangers of the wild, hunters - but hunters ever of the servants of the Enemy.
  • The servants of the Enemy are found in many places, not in Mordor only.
  • Beware of the ancient wights and shades that roam this land, Person. It is said they can take over your body.
  • In time of need, we will ride to the aid of Isildur's heir.
  • Our homes, such as we have, are here in the North.

Hired

  • My duty is to my captain Person and the lands over which I stand guard.
  • The Morgul-filth of the night shall perish before us!
  • I have sworn to defend the lands of the free peoples, and defend them I shall!
  • May your journey be swift and your cloak warm, captain Person.
  • By nightfall this land will be crawling with Orcs.
  • Be on your guard, captain Person. There are many enemies in these parts.
  • Long have we guarded these lands, captain Person.
  • We Rangers have watched over these lands for generations lost to memory.
  • We Rangers remember the ancient lore of the West. We have ways to walk unseen.
  • The wolf that one hears is worse than the Orc that one fears.
  • My kin have long guarded these lands.
  • We Rangers have ways to move unseen and unheard.
  • I will follow you wherever you go!
  • I have ways to move unseen in the shadows.
  • Let's hunt some Orc!

Hostile

  • Your death shall come swift as the arrow that pierces flesh, Person!
  • I shall make an end of you!
  • You are not welcome in these lands, Person!
  • Flee our lands, you wretched ally of the Morgul-filth!
  • You are an enemy of the race of Men, Person!
  • What madness led you here?
  • Crawl back into the night, Person!
  • You thought you could match our skill? You are sorely mistaken!
  • When did Person forsake reason for madness?
  • Your doom approaches, Person!
  • Do not underestimate the Rangers of the North.
  • Go back to the darkness whence you came!
  • What devilry of the Dark Lord do you bring here?
  • Begone from these lands!
  • You shall meet your doom swiftly, scum of Mordor!
  • I will not allow you to harm the free folk of these lands!

Dúnedain BlacksmithEdit

Friendly

  • Want some equipment? Just bring me a few silver coins.
  • Welcome, Person! What can I forge for you?
  • I never have enough materials to make the arms we need.
  • I see you are a friend of the North, Person.
  • Might you be seeking some fine arms, Person?
  • Might you be needing some new armour? It's dangerous out in the wild.
  • I'm still looking for an apprentice...
  • I forge the best weaponry in all the North!
  • Would that we still remembered the craft of our forefathers, Person. I would make you fine armour, and blades.
  • In Arnor of old, the smiths made beautiful helms and gilded chestplates. I prefer something a little more functional.
  • Good day, Person! Do you require some fine equipment?
  • Welcome to the North, Person! What can I get you?
  • These are dark days... materials are scarce and expensive.
  • What do you need, Person?
  • What brings you to this wilderness, Person?
  • Be on your guard, Person. There are many enemies in these parts.
  • The old that is strong does not wither. Deep roots are not reached by the frost.
  • From the ashes, a fire shall be woken.
  • Renewed shall be blade that was broken. The crownless again shall be king!
  • The old craft of Arnor is lost to time, but I can still forge a good helmet.
  • There are none today who can work metal like the smiths of old. Not even myself.
  • I cannot forge armour in the likeness of the old kingdom, but I can make a suit to keep you safe, Person.
  • The realm of Arnor is lost, and with it, the smith-craft of Westernesse too.

Hostile

  • I shan't be forging anything for you!
  • You are an enemy of the North!
  • You are an enemy of the Free Peoples, Person!
  • What are the likes of you doing in the North?
  • Get out of my sight, you cur!
  • I refuse to trade with scoundrels like you, Person.
  • I do not forge for the servants of evil! Begone!
  • You will not get anything from me, Person!
  • Scum of Angmar! How dare you enter these lands?
  • The Rangers of the North shall make quick work out of you!
  • I will give you nothing, Person!
  • Get away from here!
  • Crawl back into the abyss!
  • Flee, back to your dark masters, Person!
  • I'll beat you with this until the Rangers come!
  • This hammer is good for more than forging steel!

Neutral

  • You must earn more respect among my people if you want to trade with me.
  • Prove that you can be trusted, and I will offer you my wares.
  • I am uneasy about you, Person.
  • Are you a friend of the North, or its enemy?
  • Are you a friend of the Dúnedain, Person?
  • I only trade with trusted friends, Person.
  • I do not trade with any odd stranger that passes by...
  • You will have to prove your allegiance to the Dúnedain if you wish to trade with me.
  • I do not trust you enough to trade with you. You will have to prove yourself, Person.
  • Prove yourself to the Dúnedain, and then I shall trade with you!
  • You will have to do more good before I can trade with you.
  • How can I be sure you're not another wild hillman from the far north?

DúnedainEdit

Friendly

  • What brings you to this wilderness, Person?
  • May your journey be swift and your cloak warm, Person.
  • By nightfall this land will be crawling with Orcs.
  • Be on your guard, Person. There are many enemies in these parts.
  • Good day, Person. From which land do you hail?
  • Keep a safe camp at night, and stay out of the shadows.
  • My kin has long guarded these lands from the dangers that lie to the North.
  • Be wary, Person. Many new dangers have arisen in these dark days.
  • Do not forget us, Person.
  • Once, the northern kingdoms of Men were glorious and magnificent. But now we are all that remain.
  • Not all those who wander are lost.
  • The old that is strong does not wither; deep roots are not reached by the frost.
  • From the ashes a fire shall be woken.
  • Renewed shall be blade that was broken; the crownless again shall be king.
  • Evil is at work in these lands.
  • We are the people of Westernesse, as such who remain.
  • Orcs in their numbers are coming down from the mountains, Person. We must remain wary.
  • We have crossed many mountains and many rivers. Hopefully we can live here in peace, for a time.
  • Our homes, such as we have, are here in the North.
  • Here the heirs of Valandil have ever dwelt in long line unbroken from father unto son for many generations.
  • Our days have darkened, and we have dwindled; but always the Sword has passed to a new keeper.
  • Lonely folk are we, Rangers of the wild, hunters - but hunters ever of the servants of the Enemy.
  • The servants of the Enemy are found in many places, not in Mordor only.
  • Beware of the ancient wights and shades that roam this land, Person. It is said they can take over your body.
  • In time of need, we will ride to the aid of Isildur's heir.
  • Winter is coming soon. But we are ever the watchers in the North.
  • How did you come to our secret lands?
  • I pray that you are a friend to the Dúnedain.
  • Our lands are kept secret from the outside world. I can only trust that the Rangers allowed you to pass.
  • We are a scattered folk, Person, and our dwellings are hidden.
  • None but friends of the Dúnedain and the Eldar may pass into these lands.
  • Our dwellings here are known to none outside our kin, save the Elves.
  • We are a secret people. It is how we have survived.
  • We are the folk of the West, of Númenor of old and the lost realm of Arnor.
  • There are few in the outside world who remember our names, Person. The memory of Arnor is all but forgotten.
  • My forefathers were the Kings of Westernesse, in its glory! Of Númenor! But now the world is darkened, and we struggle here in this wilderness.
  • Westernesse is drowned beneath the sundering seas, but while we remain, Person, the memory of our people endures.
  • We Dúnedain of the North are a wary people. Be sure you do not cause any trouble.
  • Were it not for my people, these lone-lands would be crawling with Orcs, or worse.
  • If you would travel East, beware the mountains, Person. Dark and evil things lurk within.
  • Hereabouts lie the last refuges of our people.

Hostile

  • I shall make an end of you!
  • You are not welcome in these lands, Person!
  • Flee our lands, you wretched ally of the Morgul-filth!
  • What madness led you here?
  • Crawl back into the night, Person!
  • Begone, Orc-scum!
  • Do not underestimate the Rangers of the North.
  • Go back to the darkness whence you came!
  • What devilry of the Dark Lord do you bring here?
  • Begone from these lands!
  • You ruffian!
  • I will not do dealings with criminals.
  • Leave now, or be forced out!
  • Come back, servant of the night! I have a bright blade for you!
  • How did you find your way into our lands?
  • These lands are guarded closely, Person. You will find no refuge here!
  • There is no refuge here for the likes of you!
  • Villains like you are unwelcome here!
  • These lands are secret, Person, and so they shall remain!
  • What are you, Person? Some Orc-spy?
  • If the Enemy sent you here, he will hear nothing back from you!

Dúnedain DrunkardEdit

Neutral

  • Ring ding diddle diddle I de oh ring di diddly I oh!
  • Roll roll roll roll, roll-roll-rolling down the hole!
  • Hey ho! To the bottle I go!
  • I drink, therefore I am.
  • Tippity tippity tap! Splish splash splosh!
  • My ale! Mine!
  • Do not turn me about so, Person. My stomach is not constant.
  • Stop walking on the wall, Person! Ho! Ho!
  • Here and there, ale is everywhere!
  • I couldn't live without my ale!
  • The ale is mine!
  • Up and down and left and right, I will drink until the end of night!
  • Teh to ti ti tum!
  • More ale in my pail!
  • I used to be an adventurer, just like you. Then I discovered ale!
  • *hic*
  • Help! Everything is square! How long have I been here? Am I going mad? Please help me, Person!
  • Yo ho ho and a horn of your finest ale!
  • They see me! They see you! They see everything!
  • A song! A song!
  • Sing, Person! Sing!
  • Give me a reason to fight and I shall drink ale!
  • Well, well, haven't you come a long way! I haven't seen you in years, Person!
  • Get off me, you drunkard!
  • You shouldn't have *hic* drunk so much, Person, you fool.
  • Goodness me, what a fine day for it!
  • Ah, my old friend! Welcome home!
  • Ring a ding a ding dong, sing me a song!
  • You'll want to back off, else we'll be having a scuffle!
  • My, my, my, aren't you a strange fellow?
  • Your breath stinks of ale. Begone!
  • Why do you sway around so?
  • Aha, yes, you're a clever little fellow, aren't you?
  • Stand still there!
  • Get out of my tavern!
  • Stay well away from me, you Orc-filth!
  • There's always room for more drink!
  • Yes, and a fine place for it!
  • Oh, I quite agree, Person.
  • I'll have you know I have quite the tale, to have you know, my Person.
  • And what a day for it! What a day indeed!
  • Don't you like to drink, Person?
  • My old friend! Come, drink with me, Person.
  • Now's not the time for it.
  • I already told you, I have quite the tale for you to know, a tale. Now go away.
  • That's not what you say, is it?
  • I'm strong, I am. Strong and I can talk too.
  • Can't you see I'm busy?
  • Those cursed hillmen.
  • You want me to tell you that old tale again?
  • Speak up, Person! I can barely hear you.
  • You're a dim old fellow, aren't you?
  • That's very clever, Person. Very clever indeed, yes, very clever.
  • I'd tell you, but then I'd only have to tell you again, you old fool.
  • Here I am!
  • Goodness, isn't it dark in here?
  • Slow down! All of you, slow down.
  • I've had it up to here with your tomfoolery.
  • Is it time to go home yet, Person?
  • Get away from me, you dirty old Orc!
  • I'll be calling the Rangers on you!
  • I'm a Ranger! Don't push me around like that!
  • Welcome to Arnor, Person!
  • You look just like a hillman, you disgusting *hic* ruffian!
  • When you live in a place like this, you can't help but drink a bit too often!
  • I may be dead, Person, but at least I'm not drunk!
  • Oh, get away from me, you silly old Troll.
  • Fine day for a ranging.

DunlandEdit

DunlendingsEdit

Most Men say the Dunlendings are savages, swarthy Men who would kill you in a second. This is true of course if you're a filthy Strawhead! But if you enjoy pillaging villages of Rohan (and a good drink) you should get along well enough!

Friendly

  • Any enemy of Rohan is a friend of Dunland!
  • We have sworn vengeance on the people of Rohan. Will you fight with us, Person?
  • Our lands were taken by the Strawheads of Rohan.
  • We Dunlendings are a proud and vicious race.
  • Death to the Men of Rohan!
  • Our feud with the thieving Rohirrim is centuries old.
  • Do you fight with us, Person?
  • The land of Rohan should by rights be ours. Those filthy, strawheaded Men of the River have no claim to it!
  • If the horse-lords are your enemy, Person, then we welcome you into our land.
  • What do you want?
  • Those filthy Strawheads shall pay for stealing our lands from us!
  • The land shall be stained with the blood of Rohan!
  • Stranger, what do you want in our lands?
  • Shall you help us reclaim what is rightfully ours?
  • A day shall come when the pitiful Men of Rohan will pay for what they have done!
  • Death! Death to the robbers of the North!
  • The Strawheads came down from the North, and took our fathers' lands! They will pay in blood, Person.

Hired

  • Death to the Men of Rohan!
  • Death to the Strawheads!
  • Death to the Forgoil!
  • Let us reclaim our homeland of old!
  • For wrath! For ruin! For our forefathers!
  • We shall swarm into Rohan like a plague.
  • For Dunland!
  • Lead us to war, Person!
  • We go to victory!
  • We Dunlendings are bold and strong warriors! We shall not fail you in battle!
  • Come, Person! Let us together avenge my people!
  • It is time for the filthy Rohirrim to pay for their crimes!
  • We will fight for you!
  • The filthy Strawheads shall fear our name! Lead us to war and triumph, Person!
  • We shall make our forefathers proud!
  • The blood of Rohan will flow tonight!

Hostile

  • Your doom comes swiftly, Person!
  • Your kind is not welcome here.
  • Curse you, Person!
  • Stop, Person. You are unwelcome here!
  • Flee, wretched friend of the horse-lords!
  • Raaaargh!
  • Death to the Strawheads and their kin!
  • Down you go, Person!
  • What devilry of Rohan comes hence?
  • Your end shall be swift, strawhead-scum!
  • Run, scum, run back to those pitiful horse-riding cowards!
  • Death to you and all your kin!
  • Begone, you Eorling scum!
  • You shall pay for your crimes, Person!
  • Death to the robbers of the North!
  • This is your last stand, Strawhead scum!
  • Death to the Forgoil! Death to the Strawheads!

Dunlending DrunkardEdit

Unlike normal Dunlendings, these tipsy men have no sense of what they're doing. If you're in the mood for some fun or a song or two these drunkards can be all right, but if you are an enemy these manic men will not hesitate to start a fight.

Neutral

  • You looking for a fight?
  • Oh ho! To the bottle I go!
  • You're a beautiful girl, Person.
  • Raaargh!
  • What did you just say about me?
  • Tonight, Person, we shall feast like kings!
  • Hands off my drink!
  • Splish splash splosh! Splish splash plump!
  • To and fro! To and fro! Up we come! Down we go!
  • Good day, Person! Or is it morning! No it's night! Ha! Ha!
  • Hey ho! To the bottle I go!
  • Ale! Ale! Sweet ale! Oh yes! Yes!
  • Death to Dunland... I mean Rohan!
  • The bottle is my saviour! To the bottle I must go!
  • This mug shall be the bane of all Rohirrim!

Dunlending WarlordEdit

These mighty warriors have earned respect amongst the Dunlendings and aren't easily pleased. You will have had to crush the Rohirrim before you can hire troops from these Men. However, once you've got yourself a reputation, these traders would love to arm you with an army of savage Dunlendings. But any Strawhead filth who bothers them had better watch out!

Friendly

  • I have many strong warriors ready for hire, Person!
  • The service of my warriors can be yours for just a few silver coins.
  • Looking to hire an army, Person?
  • Few can stand before the might of a mob of Dunlendings!
  • We Men of Dunland are proud and loyal warriors.
  • My Men will follow you into battle without fear.
  • Have any silver coins, Person?
  • Death to the Strawheads!
  • You wish to bring death to the Strawheads? My Men shall fight for you!
  • All will flee from the might of Dunland!
  • Those filthy Rohirrim shall feel the edge of our swords!
  • Give me just a few silver coins, and I will give you my mighty warriors.
  • We Men of Dunland are strong and great warriors! We shall cleanse the lands of the filthy dogs of Rohan!

Neutral

  • Get some more deeds to your name, Person, and I might let you command my warriors!
  • I almost mistook you for one of those filthy Strawheads.
  • You'll have to earn some respect among our people if you want to lead us into battle.
  • And what do you want?
  • You are yet young among our people, Person. Great Men do not follow lesser Men.
  • You want to hire some Dunlendings? Prove your worth first, Person!
  • We would not let a simple and strange Man, such as yourself, command our mighty troops!
  • The great warriors of Dunland will not follow a stranger into battle.
  • We do not simply follow any mere Man to war.
  • You want to command my troops? You need to prove yourself to our people first!
  • Only great heroes of our people are worthy of leading us into battle!

Dunlending BartenderEdit

These traders have been around the block and know a thing or two, as well as who not to trade with! Any enemy of the Strawheads (with a coin or two) is welcome in their pubs. However, if a drunken idiot or Strawhead stumbles in, a bar brawl will ensue!

Friendly

  • Greetings, Person!
  • Welcome, Person! What can I get for you today?
  • Welcome to The Fiery Horseman, Person!
  • Welcome to The Fiery Horseman.
  • This is The Fiery Horseman, the finest tavern in all of Dunland!
  • No Strawheads allowed in here!
  • Food? Drink? A song? What is it you want, Person?
  • I'll give you a good meal or a drink for just a few silver coins.
  • Want anything to eat or drink, Person? I just need some silver coins.
  • And here's Person! What can I do for you today?
  • You looking for a drink?
  • This tavern may be filthy, but the grub's second to none!
  • We Dunlendings like our drink, Person.
  • Got any silver coins?
  • Our ale is the fines ale in all the lands!
  • Welcome, Person! Enjoy your stay!
  • Thirsty? Our ale will satisfy all your needs! Ha! Ha!
  • For a few silver coins you can get your hands on the finest drink in Middle-earth!
  • Welcome stranger! You come to the best tavern with the finest ale in all of Dunland!

Durin's FolkEdit

DwarvesEdit

These stout people may at times seem stubborn and grumpy, but if you have Orc kills under your belt and you're interested in mining and craftsmanship you will learn that they are good allies to have. However, get on their bad side and you're in for the fight of your life!

Friendly

  • Our women are so alike in voice and appearance that they are often mistaken for our men.
  • Roaring fires! Malt beer! Ripe meat off the bone!
  • You are not one of the Khazad, Person, but you seem friendly enough.
  • Let us drink together!
  • Shall we drink, Person?
  • Dwarven ale is the finest drink in all Middle-earth!
  • The wealth of the Dwarves is surpassed by no other race.
  • There is some good stonework here.
  • What tidings do you bring from the world of Men, Person?
  • My beard is the envy of all Durin's Folk.
  • Stature you may have, but a fine beard you have not!
  • You need to work on that beard, Person.
  • The smith-skill of the Dwarves is unmatched!
  • Do you have news from our folk in the West?
  • By my beard, I've not seen a Man in all my life! Welcome to my home, Person!
  • You're a bit too tall for these mines, Person! Ha! Ha!
  • Welcome to the Iron Hills, Person! Many riches await you here.

Hired

  • I am proud to fight for your cause, Person!
  • Let us go forth and slay some Orcish scum!
  • My beard is itching for battle.
  • Our foes shall be crushed like a rack of fresh ribs!
  • The axes of the Dwarves are sharpened for battle, Person!
  • Few in Middle-earth can stand against the might of Durin's Folk!
  • This is all well and good, but where has all the ale gone?
  • I'd sell my beard for a drink of Dwarven ale.
  • Ah! I miss the sight of the great stone halls of the Iron Hills. But a Dwarf will not run from battle!
  • We Dwarves are valiant warriors! All foes shall tremble beneath our hammers and axes!
  • No Orc shall escape the edge of my axe!
  • By my beard, I would run ten leagues just for one pint of fresh Dwarven ale!
  • It is truly a great honour to fight beside a warrior such as yourself, Person!

Hostile

  • Don't expect to get the better of me, you rowdy lad!
  • You are no match for the kinsmen of Durin!
  • You should not have come here, Person!
  • I'll cleave your miserable skull in twain!
  • Come on, lad! Show me what you've got!
  • Suffer the wrath of the Dwarves, Person!
  • Came you here only to be crushed?
  • Out with you, Morgul-scum!
  • Draw your last breath, Person!
  • No Dwarven ale for you!
  • Raaarrrgh!
  • I'll crush you like a rock, lad!
  • You have underestimated us, Person!
  • You're a nasty piece of work, Person!
  • What were you thinking, picking a fight with me? Ha!
  • Woe and ruin upon you and your kin, Person!
  • Khazâd ai-mênu!
  • Ishkhaqwi ai durugnul!
  • May you die in dragon-fire!
  • How dare you enter our lands?
  • Begone, Orc scum!
  • You will pay for trespassing here, Morgul-scum!

ChildrenEdit

You may be inclined to underestimate these little Dwarves, but don't forget they are still just as strong as the next Dwarven warrior! All they want is to finally taste some Dwarven ale and to go to battle with their fathers. Don't be ignorant and incite them; they are just as willing to kill an Orc as the next Dwarf!

Friendly

  • Welcome to the Iron Hills, Person!
  • You're not one of Durin's Folk.
  • Greetings!
  • One day I'll be able to drink Dwarven ale. I can't wait!
  • Even my mother's beard is better than yours, Person!
  • Can you pass me some Dwarven ale while nobody's looking?
  • How are you, Person?
  • Raarrrgghh!
  • They say I'm too young to hunt Orcs! Ha!
  • I wish I could wear my father's armour...
  • I will have a great beard one day!
  • There is no weapon finer than a Dwarven axe, Person!
  • One day I shall fight the evil Orcs with my father!

Hostile

  • I don't like you. Go away!
  • You're a bad person, Person.
  • Raaaarrrrggghhh!
  • If I had an axe, I'd split your skull in two!
  • The Dwarves of old did not flee from enemies, and nor shall I!
  • You better run before my father comes back with his axe!
  • Leave or face the wrath of my kin!
  • We Dwarves know how to handle Orc-scum such as you!
  • You should leave our lands! We Dwarves do not welcome evil-doers such as you!
  • Filthy Orc! Crawl back to your hole or face the fury of my father!

Dwarf CommanderEdit

These mighty commanders have seen many battles, and if you have a worthy heart and a few shiny coins they will let you command their mighty warriors. However, unworthy warriors or Orc filth will get a different treatment!

Friendly

  • If you want some fine warriors, you've come to the right Dwarf!
  • Greetings, Person! Looking to hire some warriors?
  • Give me some silver coins, and I'll give you some units!
  • I can offer you some fine fighting Dwarves in exchange for silver coins, Person.
  • I have many strong Dwarves for hire.
  • My Dwarves are strong and loyal warriors.
  • My Dwarves shall serve you... for the right price! Ha! Ha!
  • Dwarf warriors aren't cheap! You'll have to pay a good price to command my lads!
  • You wish to command the mighty armies of the Dwarves?! My men will follow you, but not for free.
  • We Dwarves are great and valiant warriors. Do you have what it takes to lead us into battle?
  • Good day, Person! I have some fine battle-hungry Dwarves who will serve you valiantly for the right price.

Neutral

  • You'll have to prove your worth if you want to hire some units, Person.
  • You want to hire my Dwarves? Go and kill some more Orcs first, or something.
  • I'll have to trust you more before I can let you command my Dwarves.
  • Prove your allegiance to the folk of Durin, and they will follow you into battle!
  • You've got no chance of commanding a Dwarven army without some deeds to your name, lad!
  • Dwarves only follow into battle those whom we can trust!
  • I will not let any man command my warriors. Prove your worth to our kin and then come back!
  • You want to hire some Dwarves? You must prove your standing amongst our people first!
  • How many Orcs did you kill? I say not enough. Come back when you do more deeds.
  • My lads will not follow any stranger into battle. Prove yourself!
  • Who are you? I have not heard of you. Kill some Orcs and give a meaning to your name!

Iron Hills MerchantEdit

These wandering Dwarves spend their lives travelling the world and doing the odd trade with passers-by who have a coin or two. But be wary - if they see a foreign Orc on their travels, they won't hesitate to start a fight!

Departure

  • Well, I'll be on my way soon enough.
  • I can't stay here forever. Other lands to visit, other goods to trade...
  • If you wish to trade with me, you would be wise to hurry!
  • The riches of the Iron Hills shall not wait here forever.
  • This is your last chance to get an excellent Dwarvish bargain!
  • I shall be leaving soon, but there is still time for a trade or two!
  • Business cannot wait, Person! I will not stay here for too long.
  • Other lands await! I'll be leaving soon.
  • Hurry, Person! I will have to depart these lands soon.
  • Do you wish to gaze upon the riches of the Dwarves of the Iron Hills? Well, you had better be quick. I'll be on my way soon!
  • Time is passing, Person! If you wish to trade with me, you must do it now!
  • This is your last chance to sample the treasures of the North!
  • I must away! Hurry, if you wish to trade with me!

Friendly

  • As you can see, Person, my feet ache from this heavy load. Care you to buy something?
  • We Dwarves do not usually trade with Men, but you are an exception, Person.
  • Ale, armour, weapons - you want it, it's yours, my friend! As long as you have enough coins...
  • I come from the mighty strongholds of the Iron Hills, Person. No other Dwarves boast riches quite like ours.
  • I am travelling the land in search of wealth - perhaps you are doing the same, Person?
  • Give me some coins, Person, and I shall be a very happy merchant indeed!
  • Greetings, Person! Do you wish to buy some goods from me?
  • I bring great treasures from the Iron Hills! You can have them... for a certain price!
  • Do you wish to trade with me, Person? I have several items which might be of interest to you.
  • I will sell you anything for a fair price!
  • Do you want to trade with me, Person? For a few dozen silver coins you can enjoy the craftwork of the Dwarves of Durin's Folk!
  • The Northmen of Dale make a delicious waybread. Cram, they name it, and it can be yours for just a few coins!
  • You have not lived until you have tasted cram, Person. Fortunately, I have some right here!
  • I can see your hunger in your eyes, Person. Are you after some of that sweet cram-bread?
  • We Dwarves of Durin's Folk are unequalled in our craftsmanship.

Dwarf MinerEdit

These dwarves are experienced workers and have the finest minerals to sell in all of Middle-earth. So, if you're down in the mines and you've slain some Orcs (and have a few coins), they will be happy to trade with you. However, if an Orc should wander down into their mine, they will defend it the best they can.

Friendly

  • Do you have any silver coins, friend?
  • My pockets are overflowing with precious minerals!
  • Ripe meat off the bone! I'd pay a hefty sum of silver for some of that...
  • Have you any ale, Person?
  • Are you willing to trade, Person?
  • I'd pay handsomely for a good drink!
  • By Durin's beard, I'm starving!
  • Desire you to trade, Person?
  • I have many precious minerals to offer you.
  • We Dwarves enjoy a nice cut of juicy meat!
  • By my beard, I get hungry down here in the mines!
  • I'd give all of my gold just for a good old pint of Dwarven ale right now!
  • You're a bit tall for these mines, aren't you, Person?
  • Good day, Person! Or is it night? I'm not sure. I've been in these mines for an eternity! Ha! Ha!
  • Greetings, Person! Do you wish to trade with me? I have many types of metals that will satisfy your desires.
  • By my beard, this is one deep mine.

Neutral

  • A Dwarf does not just offer to trade his wealth with any stranger who comes along!
  • If you want to trade, Person, you'll need to do some more to prove yourself!
  • The wealth of the Dwarves is surpassed by no other race, Person!
  • You'll need to earn yourself a bit of a reputation before we can trade, Person!
  • These hills are full of riches.
  • We Dwarves don't simply trade with any stranger that passes by!
  • The smith skill of my kin is unmatched!
  • You wish to trade with me? You'll have to prove your standing amongst my kin first!
  • Sorry, Person! I don't trade with strangers.
  • We Dwarves are great miners! Our shafts and holes reach down to the very depths of the Earth!

Dwarven SmithEdit

Friendly

  • Come in, my good fellow! I have some fine Dwarven craftwork ready for sale!
  • You won't find goods such as these in all of Wilderland!
  • What can I forge for you? An axe? A chestplate? I can do anything!
  • The smith-skill of the Dwarves is unmatched!
  • What can I get you?
  • One, two, and three! There go the ingots!
  • My hammer and hands may be old, but I get the job done!
  • My skill is unmatched by no other Dwarf!
  • Swords? Axes? Hammers? You've come to the right place!
  • Pay me, and you will find in your hand the mightiest smith-work in all of Middle-earth!
  • By my beard, what kind of armour are you wearing? Let me get you some proper plates.
  • Come in! Come in! I just finished cooling this fine blade!
  • Do you want a fine blade? I can offer you one for a cheap price!
  • Any wish you have in mind, I can turn into forged steel!
  • I forge the mightiest blades and the toughest armour!

Neutral

  • What business do you have in these lands, traveller?
  • If you want some of my mighty blades, you'll have to prove yourself first!
  • Huh? What? I don't deal with strangers!
  • Come back when you have a name in these lands.
  • You want those shiny axes, eh? Well, you ought to do some deeds to earn 'em!
  • I forge the mightiest tools, weapons and armour in these rusty hills! But not for you... at least not yet.
  • By my beard, the day has come when a stranger thinks he can simply buy something from me!
  • One does not simply trade with a stranger.
  • I don't trade with odd folk such as you.
  • Who are you?
  • If you wish to trade with me, you must prove yourself to the folk of these lands.
  • I only forge for the mightiest of the mightiest.
  • You are not worthy of my mighty blades.
  • You're not fit enough to carry Dwarven plates.
  • You may only trade with me when you prove yourself to the Lord of these lands.

FangornEdit

EntsEdit

The oldest and wisest of Yavanna's creations, the Ents are the shepherds of the forests of Middle-earth. However, due to the hasty Orcs and Men in the area, their domain has been reduced to the forest of Fangorn. Although they may look peaceful, any evil player will rue the day they enter wielding an axe.

Defending Trees

  • You may not cut down the trees of Fangorn Forest, young one!
  • They come with axes, cutting, biting, gnawing, burning, killing!
  • What do you think you're doing with that tree?
  • You have made an enemy of the Ents, young Person!
  • No! That is not permitted in these woods!
  • Hroom, hroom. You shall regret that, young master Person!
  • Hroom, hroom... what do you think you're doing?
  • That chop shall be your last, Person!
  • These trees are not set here for you to slay, young one!
  • Cutting, splitting, killing... is that all you children of Men can do?
  • Were it not for we Ents, this forest would be stump and splinter down to the last tree!
  • How dare you harm these wonderful trees? You are truly a servant of Evil, Person!
  • Hroom, hroom... what are you doing to these trees!
  • I will not allow an axe to fell a single tree in this forest! Hroom, hroom!
  • Leave these trees at peace! Go back and bite your own kin, foul Orc-spawn!


Friendly

  • Hroom, hroom. What have we here?
  • Welcome to the forest, young master Person.
  • Leave the trees alone, and the trees will leave you alone!
  • It is rare to see one of your kind come this deep into the forest.
  • You little ones all seem so hasty. Coming and going and coming and going...
  • We Ents would have trouble keeping up with such a pace as yours.
  • Hroom, hroom.
  • We Ents rarely say anything unless it is worth taking a long time to say.
  • I have been feeling rather tree-ish lately.
  • Do you ever feel the need to find a nice grove and stand there for a while? A little sleep would do me good, I think.
  • The pace of life among your kind seems terribly hasty, young Person.
  • Can you hear the trees, Person? Some of them have voices here.
  • Tree? I am no tree, young master Person. I am an Ent!
  • I haven't seen anything like you in quite a while, little one.
  • I have walked beneath the sun for ages beyond memory, and still I find that every day brings new wonders.
  • Slow down, Person! There is no need to do everything so hastily.
  • Hroom, hroom, hroom. Where are you going, little one?
  • Nobody cares for the trees and the forests anymore.
  • Too often, you little ones have brought only ruin to our forests.
  • The rain and river-water taste good here, Person.
  • Have you any news of the Entwives?
  • There are trees in this forest that have woken up. Some even have voices of their own.
  • Some trees in this forest are becoming more and more Entish, while some Ents are becoming more and more treeish.
  • Be careful, Person! Some of the trees in this forest have become quite unfriendly to strangers like you! Do not anger them!
  • Good day to you, Person! From what far-off land do you come?
  • I suggest you do not bring axes into this forest, Person, or you might make the trees angry!
  • We Ents rarely talk with strangers. Few come to visit us in these times, and most have already forgotten about us.

Hostile

  • You are foolish, young master Person!
  • You, little one, are no friend of the Ents!
  • It seems I was right about your kind all along!
  • Hroom, hroom. How many of these trees have you slain, little one?
  • Hasty, but not hasty enough!
  • Burning, biting, snapping, splintering, killing... no more, young Person!
  • No friend of the darkness in the east may enter Fangorn Forest!
  • One way or another, little hasty one, you shall leave Fangorn Forest!
  • There are other things beside trees that can be splintered, Person!
  • Ent-enemy, tree-killer, your doom has caught up with you!
  • The forest is not your friend!
  • Leave this forest or face the wrath of the Ents! We will not allow evil to enter here!
  • Go back to the shadow, Person! Your evil shall not stain a single tree of this forest!
  • We shall not allow evil to corrupt our forest!
  • Hroom, hroom... what do we have here? One of those accursed burárum!
  • Destroying and burning and cutting! Hroom, hroom! Is that all your kind can do?

Mallorn EntEdit

The Mallorn Ent is the highest of the order, and will only appear to defend the forests and the other Ents from Orcs and other evils.

Shield

  • I call upon the blessing of Yavanna! Shelter my bark from axes and blades!
  • O Kementári, hear me! Strengthen me against the iron-bite of this little Orc!
  • By the grace of Yavanna, your axes cannot fell me, little one!

Summoning

  • Who dares defile the golden trees of Laurelindórenan? Be you Man, Dwarf, or Morgoth-spawn, your doom has now come!
  • Little Orcs! Mischief! The trees cry out for help! And I have heard... hroom hroom, I have heard, and I awake!
  • Trees of Tauremornalómë, my brothers and sisters, let us awaken and defend these lands!
  • You do a great wickedness against the trees of Laurenandë! I shall crush you like a rock, little one!

GaladhrimEdit

ElvesEdit

These fair people of the forest are wise in the lore of old and are as ancient as the forest surrounding them! They may seem peaceful and calm, but dark days have come and the Elves must protect their forest and ancient trees. These Elves also have a long-running feud with the Dwarves and Orcs, so it's just not smart to get on their bad side.

Friendly

  • The world is indeed full of peril.
  • What tidings do you bring to the Elves of the Golden Wood?
  • What tidings do you bring, Person?
  • Moonlight drowns out all but the brightest stars.
  • To the sea, to the sea!
  • I long for the sea, Person.
  • West, west away, the round sun is falling.
  • Our days are ending and our years failing.
  • Grey ship, grey ship, do you hear them calling?
  • O Lórien! Too long I have dwelt upon this Hither Shore.
  • Gilthoniel! O Elbereth!
  • Miruvor! Refreshes the body and cleanses the spirit.
  • The ways of Lothlórien are beautiful and restful.
  • It is easy to lose oneself among our folk.
  • Are you an Elf-friend, Person?
  • No evil shall enter Lórien.
  • Not idly do the leaves of Lórien fall.
  • In our woods, the memory of Elder Days lingers still.
  • The days grow cold and the years fade.
  • The call of the sea in my heart grows ever stronger.
  • Soon... soon, I shall depart these lands, Person.
  • Rarely have we spoken with Men since the changing of the world.
  • Men such as yourself would often enter our forest realms in Elder Days.
  • You cannot call yourself a true Elf-friend until you have tasted lembas, Person.
  • A darkness is gathering in these lands. I feel it in my flesh.
  • The strength of the Elves is dwindling here.
  • I have seen years of the sun beyond the count of mortal Men.
  • How long shall I linger here, Person?
  • May the stars of Elbereth guide you!
  • May the winds of Manwë show you the way!
  • Aiya Eärendil, elenion ancalima!
  • A star shines on the hour of our meeting, Person.
  • May the wind fill your sails!
  • May the leaves of your life tree never turn brown, Person!
  • Ai, Person!
  • Don't look for trouble, Person - it will come to you.
  • Welcome to my dwelling, Person.
  • Novaer.
  • Namárië.
  • I amar prestar aen, han mathon ne nen, han mathon ne chae a han noston ned wilith.
  • The time of our kin is almost done.
  • Our hearts desire to behold the land of Aman.
  • Soon we shall leave this world.
  • White gulls are calling...
  • The Nameless One has returned. We cannot stay in these lands for long.
  • That which has stood so long against the darkness will now fall.
  • We must depart into the West, or dwindle to a rustic folk of dell and cave, slowly to forget and to be forgotten.
  • That what should be shall be.
  • Our love for this land is deeper than the depths of the Sea.
  • We would rather cast all that we love away than submit to the will of the Dark Lord.
  • The world is changed; I can feel it in the water, I can feel it in the earth, I can smell it in the air.
  • Rumour grows of a shadow in the East. We fear that the Nameless One has returned.
  • The Sea calls us home.
  • The time of the Elves is over.
  • My people are leaving these shores.
  • Some things that should have not been forgotten were lost.
  • Long are the waves on the Last Shore falling.
  • O Lórien!
  • A star rises out of the darkness.
  • Hail, Eärendil, brightest of stars!
  • Can you hear the white gulls calling?
  • A shadow rises in the East.
  • Do not fear, Person. No evil may enter the Golden Wood. A secret power protects it.
  • Welcome to the realm of the Lord Celeborn, and of Galadriel, Lady of Light!
  • Soon all lands will be filled with despair and grief, but hope still remains - while we are true.
  • Our time in this world is ending, but it is not yet over.
  • Greetings, traveller from afar! What news do you bring to us from the lands of Men?
  • Do net let your heart be troubled, Person. In Lórien you may rest with no fear of danger.
  • Drink some Miruvor, Person, and all the pains in your bones shall wash away!
  • The memories of old still linger here.

Hired

  • We Elves are among the finest warriors in all Middle-earth.
  • It has been long indeed since the races of Men and Elves fought side by side, Person.
  • Few can match the prowess of an Elf in combat.
  • The Morgul-scum shall perish by bow and blade!
  • You have our allegiance, Person.
  • I seek to defend all that is good in this world.
  • For Lothlórien!
  • May the grace of the Valar protect us in combat, Person.
  • Silver means little to an Elf, Person, but we fight for a common cause.
  • My bow shall sing with your sword, Person!
  • The bones of our foes will gleam under the Sun, Person.
  • Let us cleanse this world of the foul scum of Mordor!
  • No evil may enter Lórien under our watch.
  • The days grow dark and cold, but the light of the Elves is not yet gone!
  • I fear that the Nameless One has returned. The Shadow must be destroyed before it is too late.
  • Evil is gathering again in the fortress of Dol Guldur. It cannot be allowed to threaten our *lands.
  • In the name of all that is good, let us cleanse this world of evil!
  • We must not allow the evil of Mordor to spread!

Hostile

  • No evil may set foot in the Golden Wood!
  • You may not enter Lórien.
  • Person, you may not set foot in Lothlórien!
  • You breathe so loudly I could have shot you in the dark.
  • You are unwelcome in our lands.
  • Your presence is unwelcome here.
  • You are no Elf-friend, Person!
  • The Enemy has no hold over Lórien!
  • We suffer no evil in Lothlórien!
  • You may not bring evil here, Person!
  • Your darkness shall not poison our sacred woods!
  • To Udûn with you!
  • Go and kiss an Orc!
  • Death to the foes of the Elves!
  • Who brings to us this token of doom?
  • Begone, servant of evil!
  • Go back to the shadow whence you came!
  • We shall not allow evil to enter our realm. Leave now or face our wrath!
  • You bring great evil here, Person. You can go no further.
  • Leave, Person, or face the might of our arrows!

WarriorsEdit

These finely trained warriors of Lothlórien will do whatever they can to protect the sacred land of Laurelindórenan. Be they Men, Dwarves, or Orcs, be sure they won't hesitate to remove enemies permanently from their forest! However, if you are wise in lore and fight the forces of the Hill of Sorcery these warriors will be glad to protect you.

Defending trees

  • You may not enter Lórien, Person!
  • Do not touch the trees of the Golden Wood!
  • You are not welcome here!
  • No evil hand shall slay the trees of Lothlórien!
  • The axes of the Enemy are forbidden here!
  • The Mallorn trees shall not be felled!
  • You may not set foot in Lothlórien, Person!
  • No tree shall fall by evil hand in this wood!
  • Those who bring destruction to Lórien will be met with it themselves!
  • Evil is not allowed in these lands!
  • How dare you fell the beautiful trees of the Golden Wood? You are truly a servant of evil.
  • What evil is this? Be gone from our lands, spawn of Morgoth.
  • Foul spawn of Morgoth! You shall pay for defiling the trees of the Golden Wood.
  • You shall answer for your crimes, Person!

Friendly

  • The time of the Elves is fading, but our strength is not yet gone.
  • I defend the Elves of Lothlórien.
  • Greetings, Person.
  • We defend the free peoples of Middle-earth.
  • It seems you are a friend of the Elves, Person.
  • May the grace of the Valar protect you.
  • How many Orcs have you slain today, Person?
  • The world is changing, Person... I feel it in my heart.
  • If you fight for freedom, then I am with you.
  • Long ago, an alliance existed between my people and yours. Will you honour that alliance?
  • Ever stronger grows the sway of the Enemy over our lands.
  • Welcome, Person, to the land of the Lord Celeborn and the Lady Galadriel!
  • The power of the Elves is waning in this world, but our strength is not yet gone!
  • In Lothlórien you shall find healing and peace. No evil may taint our land.

Hostile

  • By Elbereth, I swear I shall see you slain!
  • You are not welcome in Lórien!
  • You are not welcome in Lórien, Person!
  • You may not set foot in Lothlórien!
  • Flee these lands, Person!
  • For Lothlórien!
  • Perish, you Morgul-demon!
  • No longer shall you darken these lands, Person!
  • I swear by the Valar, I shall put an end to your evil!
  • To Udûn with you!
  • Go and kiss an Orc!
  • Death to the foes of the Elves!
  • Who brings to us this token of doom?
  • Begone, foul servant of the Enemy!
  • Leave this land, or face the edge of our blades!
  • I will not allow evil to corrupt the land of Lórien. You shall soon meet your doom, Person.
  • By the Valar! How dare you enter this land, Person?
  • Flee, scum of Mordor, or face a rain of arrows!
  • How dare you poison this fair realm with your foul feet?

Galadhrim LordEdit

These great leaders of the Galadhrim are difficult to befriend, for the Elves have become less and less trusting of Men in recent years. However, once they are an ally, their Elven soldiers will be a mighty foe for any Orc to reckon with.

Friendly

  • I have many fine warriors for hire, Person.
  • Do you seek to command the forces of Lothlórien?
  • Have you any silver coins, Person?
  • If you fight for a noble cause, then my forces will support you.
  • Even our Elven warriors require payment, Person.
  • There are few in Middle-earth who can match the prowess of an Elf in battle.
  • You seek to form an alliance with the Elves? Such a thing is rare indeed since the changing of the world.
  • May the Valar watch over you in battle.
  • May your arrows fly far and your sword cut swiftly!
  • It has been a very long time since Elf and Man have fought together.
  • Elves do not go idly to war. But these are dark times, Person.
  • You have not seen true swordsmanship until you have fought with an Elf in battle.
  • If you truly fight for the good in this world, my Elves will follow you into battle.
  • I grant you the finest warriors in all of Lórien!

Neutral

  • Can we trust you, Person?
  • If you wish to lead my Elves into battle, you must increase your standing among our people.
  • Only the greatest of Elf-friends may fight alongside us in battle.
  • No Elf would follow one as young in deeds as you into war, Person.
  • Prove beyond doubt your allegiance to the Elves, Person, and we will fight with you.
  • We Elves do not go idly to war, Person.
  • You, Person, would seek to command my warriors? By the Valar! Does the arrogance of Men know no end?
  • We Elves are skilful and valiant warriors. Do you have what it takes to lead us into battle?
  • We Elves do not yet trust you enough to follow you to war. Prove yourself to my kin!
  • It takes great leadership to command an army of Elves. No ordinary Man can achieve that. Are you an ordinary Man?

Galadhrim SmithEdit

If a friend, this blacksmith of the Galadhrim will forge for you some of the greatest weapons to be found in Middle-earth. However, if you are foolish enough to go near him as an enemy, you will rue the day you made a foe of the Elves of the Golden Wood.

Friendly

  • Greetings, Person. What can I forge for you?
  • The smith-skill of my kin is amongst the greatest in these lands!
  • I have many mighty weapons that I can offer you!
  • No Orc-arrow may pierce the armour that I forge!
  • What do you need, mellon-nin?
  • No spawn of evil may stand against our bows and blades!
  • What can I get you, Person?
  • These are dark times, Person. The Evil has returned. We must defend our borders. It is my duty to provide my friends with weapons.
  • No Orc-blade can match the sharpness and might of my blades!
  • These times are dangerous. Many Orcs have been sighted on our borders... they must be driven away or else the Shadow shall win.
  • The foes of our kin shall tremble beneath the mighty blades that I forge!
  • Since the darkening of Khazad-dum, we have not received much new metal. We always require more.
  • The Evil has returned to Dol Guldur, and to Mordor in the east. My kin shall soon go to battle. *I must prepare the weapons and armour.
  • I am always in need of more metals for my smith-work. I will reward you if you bring me some.
  • I have learnt much of the skills of forging and smithing in my thousands of years of walking in this world.

Hostile

  • Be gone, foul scum of Morgoth!
  • You will get nothing from me, spawn of evil.
  • How dare you enter this fair wood? Your doom shall be swift, Person.
  • I will give you nothing, scum!
  • You have no power here, servant of evil!
  • I would rather die than give you any of these weapons!
  • You will have nothing from me but your doom, Person!
  • Leave or face the wrath of my kin!
  • I will not allow you to taint my gleaming armour with your foul hands!
  • Go back to the darkness from which you spawned, scum!
  • Leave this wood or face our wrath, Person.
  • I shall not allow evil to taint this wood! Be gone!
  • Be gone or face the wrath of our kin!
  • Be gone from our lands, foul spawn of the Shadow!
  • You will meet your doom before you get any of my weapons!

Neutral

  • I do not trade with any old stranger that passes by...
  • You will have to prove your allegiance to our kin if you wish to make use of our mighty blades, Person.
  • Your presence is still young in my mind. You have not yet proven yourself to our kin.
  • Only a true Elf-friend may wield our mighty weapons!
  • A Man has not entered this wood in many a year. You will have to prove yourself to the Elves if you wish to wield our weapons.
  • The smith-skill of my kin is full of ancient lore and skill...
  • The days are growing ever darker in the world around us, but in this fair realm we shall endure.
  • If you wish to wield our mighty weapons, you will have to do more for our kin.
  • The Evil has returned.
  • You are not yet worthy enough to be entrusted with our bows and blades.
  • No evil shall dare enter the Golden Wood under the watch and protection of my kin.
  • War is brooding. I can feel it in the air. Soon, the Evil shall come to our lands.
  • You must prove yourself to our kin if you wish to trade with me.
  • These are dark times, Person. I cannot simply trust any stranger that wanders into our realm.
  • I do not give out the mighty weapons of my forge to any stranger that passes by!

Galadhrim WandererEdit

The Galdahrim, like most other factions, use trade in many ways. These traders wander Middle-earth with a small entourage, seeking friends with whom they can trade. However, they will not trade with anyone, as all passing Orcs know.

Departure

  • My longing for the sea grows ever deeper. I think I shall be leaving soon.
  • My time here is almost at an end.
  • I shall not stay in these lands much longer.
  • The time has almost come to move on.
  • I will not tarry here forever.
  • The wind is calling. I must away soon.
  • If you wish to trade with me, you should hurry. I will be leaving soon.
  • I will have to depart soon.
  • Do you hear the sea calling? I shall soon leave these lands.

Friendly

  • Greetings from the land of Lothlórien, Person!
  • The fruits of Lórien may be bought for silver coins.
  • If you desire Elven crafts, I could exchange something for silver coins.
  • Do you wish to trade, Person?
  • The sea calls me home, but I value silver coins as much as the next merchant.
  • Greetings, Person. Perhaps you have something to trade?
  • I am an Elf of the Golden Wood.
  • I shall soon be leaving these shores.
  • I bring you the craftwork of the Elves of Lothlórien!
  • Mae govannen, Person! Do you wish to trade with me?
  • I have travelled far and wide... and now I come to you! I have many treasures that will interest you, Person.
  • I hail from the Golden Wood, and I bring many gifts and treasures with me!
  • You have not seen beauty until you have beheld the Golden Wood, Person!

Hostile

  • You are not welcome among the Elves, Person.
  • Lothlórien does not welcome you.
  • Those such as myself do not hold those such as yourself in high regard.
  • You are no friend of the Galadhrim; that much is plain to see.
  • Were you to set foot in Lórien, I guarantee you would regret it, Person.
  • You are in the service of the Enemy!
  • I share neither silver nor the craft of Elves with the likes of you.
  • Begone, servant of evil!
  • I should rather die than give you any of my goods!
  • No evil hand may touch the precious tokens that I carry!
  • My kin would rather perish than ally with the servants of the Nameless One!
  • Go back to the shadow whence you came!

Neutral

  • If you wish to trade, you must enact some more good in the world.
  • I only offer the products of the Elves to those we can trust.
  • If you seek to trade, Person, I suggest you prove your worth.
  • Are you Elf-friend, Person?
  • The sea calls me home.
  • I shall not tarry long in this land.
  • Prove your allegiance to the Elves of the Golden Wood, and then I may trade with you.
  • I cannot be certain that the Enemy has no hold over you.
  • My mind tells me to trade with you, but my heart does not yet trust you, Person.
  • You are not yet a friend of the Elves of Lothlórien.
  • Do more good in this world and then I shall trade with you.
  • I do not trust any stranger that I meet. You need to prove yourself to my kin first.

GondorEdit

Gondor SoldiersEdit

Friendly

  • Welcome to Gondor.
  • Welcome to Gondor, Person.
  • We are truth-speakers, we Men of Gondor.
  • I long to see a King on the throne of Gondor again.
  • These are dark times. A great power is rising in the east.
  • I am a soldier of Gondor.
  • I hope to see the glory of Gondor restored someday.
  • Gondor is not as great as it once was.
  • It is a shame you could not have come to Gondor in happier days, Person.
  • Welcome, Person. What business brings you to Gondor?
  • Good day, Person! Welcome to the land of Gondor.
  • I have heard stories that the Kings may one day return and rule Gondor once more. But those are just folk-tales; they cannot be true...
  • Greetings, Person. What news do you bring to Gondor from afar?
  • An evil is rising once more behind the walls of Mordor. I fear it shall be our doom.
  • My kin protect these lands. If not for the brave Men of Gondor, the world would have succumbed to the Shadow a long time ago
  • The heroes of Gondor shall rise to protect us, Person.
  • Gondor was once one of the greatest realms of Men. Yet today it is merely a land of crumbling brick, and false hearts...
  • I have trained all my life to kill Orcs. But may the Valar save me if a Troll comes knocking!
  • You may have travelled far to see Gondor, Person. Yet I think you have found it in dark days.
  • If the Enemy should send all his might against us, Person... well, I doubt we would see another dawn!
  • I pity the rangers in Ithilien, Person. They will be the first to fall.
  • I very much doubt our aged defences can withstand the might of Mordor. Yet still, I shall fight to my last, for the freedom of Men.
  • You come on a fine day, Person. The Orcs have not raided our lands in more than a week.
  • There have been foul airs on the wind of late. We fear something is gathering behind the mountains of ash.
  • We live in fear here, Person. If you seek safety, I would advise you to travel to the lands of the Prince.
  • It would take thousands of Orcs to bring down even a dozen good Gondorians.
  • If anything foul should befall Gondor, then the Rohirrim would ride to our aid. I am sure of it.
  • Do not think Gondor weak, Person. In heart and spirit, the Men of Gondor shall always remain strong.
  • I have seen with my eyes the ruin of Osgiliath, where once was our capital city. But for five hundred years, that city has been host to naught but silent grief, a reminder of Gondor's darkening decline.
  • Have you seen the Argonath, Person? They are a sight to behold!
  • The vales of the Anduin are beautiful lands, almost rivalling the beauty of Gondor itself.
  • Gondor has never since regained the glory it had during the days of the line of Anárion.
  • Beware the slimy Orc, but fear more the Wainrider on his chariot. Though that race we have neither faced in battle nor heard tidings of for many generations.
  • The White Tree is long since failed, yet our hearts still beat true.
  • It is said that the peaks of the White Mountains may be seen from anywhere one may stand in Gondor.
  • I long to see the Swan Knights of Dor-en-Ernil ride into battle.
  • Stay far from the pines of Tawar-in-Drúedain, Person. Strange Men live there who worship stone and leaf.
  • If the beacons of the White Tower should be lit, then we will know at last that our doom has come.
  • The old tomb-mound of Elendil is named Halifirien in the tongue of Rohan. But his casket was sent to the Silent street of the Stone City, five hundred years ago.
  • We wish for no strangers in the land at this time, unless they be mighty men of arms in whose faith and help we can trust.
  • Know now, Person, that we wish for no strangers in Gondor at this time.

Hired

  • I fight for Gondor, Person.
  • May our deeds restore Gondor to its former glory!
  • The foes of Gondor shall fall before us!
  • For Gondor!
  • Our enemies are right to fear the might of Gondor, Person!
  • You are a true friend of Gondor, Person.
  • Today, we fight! For Gondor!
  • We shall follow you through death and ruin!
  • We are proud to fight amongst a great warrior such as you!
  • For Gondor! For all the good in this world!
  • The scum of Mordor shall face our wrath!
  • Ruin to all the enemies of Gondor!

Hostile

  • You may go no further. You will not enter Gondor!
  • Sons of Gondor! Hold your ground!
  • You may not enter Gondor, Person!
  • For Gondor!
  • You are an enemy of the throne of Gondor, Person!
  • Enemies have entered Gondor!
  • By the White Tree, I will see you slain!
  • I swear to Gondor that your death shall be swift!
  • Your death shall be swift, Person!
  • This is a fell hour for Gondor indeed!
  • No pity for the foes of Gondor!
  • You will not see the end of this day, servant of the Shadow!
  • Begone from our lands, foul scum of Mordor!
  • I will not allow you to harm the free folk of Gondor, Person!
  • In the name of the kings of old, I shall destroy you!
  • No enemies of Gondor may pass freely into our land!

Gondorian CaptainEdit

Friendly

  • Do you seek to command the armies of Gondor, Person?
  • Gondor's forces can be yours to command for only a small sum of silver.
  • Our soldiers need paying, Person!
  • Bring some silver coins and you can have some soldiers.
  • Are you here with the intention of hiring Gondor's soldiers?
  • I can grant you some warriors in return for silver coins.
  • The Men of Gondor now respect you enough to follow you into battle, Person.
  • The people of Gondor trust you, Person. You may command our valiant warriors.
  • Do you wish to command the mighty armies of Gondor?
  • For a few dozen silver coins, you can command very valiant and loyal soldiers.
  • If you wish to take my troops to battle, you'll have to pay for them!
  • Give me some silver coins and I'll give you some soldiers!

Neutral

  • Only the strongest friends of Gondor may command its armies, Person.
  • If you wish to command the forces of Gondor, you must prove that we can trust you.
  • Are you friend or foe, Person?
  • They say you are a friend of Gondor, but I cannot be sure until you have done more good.
  • One does not simply command soldiers of Gondor without earning some reputation first.
  • You are not yet thought of highly enough to lead our soldiers into battle, Person.
  • Show us that you can be trusted, Person, and we will allow you to lead our soldiers.
  • You wish to command my soldiers? You'll have to prove yourself to the people of Gondor first, Person.
  • Only a true friend of Gondor can lead our valiant soldiers into battle.
  • You'll have to prove yourself as an ally of Gondor before you can command my troops, Person.
  • You must do more good deeds for the people of Gondor if you wish to command our armies.
  • Prove your allegiance to Gondor and I will let you command my soldiers.

Blacksmith of GondorEdit

Friendly

  • Want some equipment? Bring me silver coins.
  • Welcome, Person! What can I forge for you?
  • Materials for equipment are always in short supply.
  • I see you are a friend of Gondor, Person.
  • Might you be seeking some fine Gondorian equipment, Person?
  • I'm still looking for an apprentice...
  • I forge the best weaponry in all of Gondor!
  • Good day, Person! Do you require some fine Gondorian equipment?
  • Welcome to Gondor, Person! What can I get you?
  • These are dark days... Materials are scarce and expensive.
  • What do you need, Person?

Hostile

  • I shan't be forging anything for you!
  • You are an enemy of Gondor!
  • You are an enemy of Gondor, Person!
  • What are the likes of you doing in Gondor?
  • Get out of my sight, you cur!
  • I refuse to trade with scoundrels like you, Person.
  • I do not forge for the servants of evil! Begone!
  • You will not get anything from me, Person!
  • Scum of Mordor! How dare you enter Gondor?
  • The valiant Men of Gondor shall make quick work out of you!
  • I will give you nothing, Person!

Neutral

  • You'll have to earn some more respect if you want to trade with me.
  • Prove that you can be trusted, and I will offer you my wares.
  • I'm not sure about you, Person.
  • Are you a friend of Gondor, or its enemy?
  • Are you a friend of Gondor, Person?
  • I only trade with trusted friends of Gondor, Person.
  • I do not trade with any odd stranger that passes by...
  • You will have to prove your allegiance to Gondor if you wish to trade with me.
  • I do not trust you enough to trade with you. You will have to prove yourself, Person.
  • Prove yourself to Gondor, and then I shall trade with you!
  • You will have to do more good before I can trade with you.

Ranger of IthilienEdit

Friendly

  • We are tasked to guard these lands, Person, and guard them we shall.
  • Myself and my company keep Ithilien safe.
  • What brings you to this pleasant land, Person?
  • The land of Ithilien is fair and green, but there are those who would wish to claim it for themselves.
  • The shadow of the East lies always on our hearts, Person.
  • Good day, Person. From which land do you hail?
  • Keep a safe camp at night, and stay out of the shadows.
  • It is not for nothing that we watch these lands, Person. The threat of the enemy is ever on our borders.
  • We have ways to walk unseen beneath the trees and the moon.
  • These are the lands of the Men of Gondor, and we Rangers safeguard them.
  • The wolf that one hears is worse than the Orc that one fears.
  • In Elder Days, we Men of Númenor learned much from the Elves. Now that knowledge is all but forgotten among the race of Men.
  • Our duty is to guard these lands from the evil that comes from Mordor.
  • This land is truly fair. But even such a fair realm as this is in danger of the menacing claw of evil.
  • His black hand is ever upon us.
  • Do not travel on the roads, Person. They can be very dangerous in these dark times.
  • Fair Ithilien has long been a province of Gondor. But now it is under the threat of the Dark Lord.

Hired

  • I fight for Gondor, Person.
  • May our deeds restore Gondor to its former glory!
  • The foes of Gondor shall fall before us!
  • For Gondor!
  • Our enemies are right to fear the might of Gondor, Person!
  • You are a true friend of Gondor, Person.
  • Today, we fight! For Gondor!

Hostile

  • Your death shall come swift as the arrow that pierces, Person!
  • I shall make an end of you!
  • You are not welcome in the land of Gondor!
  • Flee our lands, you scoundrel!
  • You are an enemy of the Men of Gondor, Person!
  • What madness led you here?
  • Crawl back to the shadows whence you came, Person!
  • You thought you could match our skill? You are sorely mistaken!
  • When did Person forsake reason for madness?
  • Your doom approaches, Person!
  • Do not underestimate the Men of Gondor.
  • Begone from our lands, servant of the Enemy!
  • You are no friend of Gondor, Person!
  • How dare you spoil this fair realm with your foul feet?
  • You will tread no further in this fair land.
  • I will not allow you to stain this land with the evil that you bring here!

Ithilien Ranger CaptainEdit

Friendly

  • Do you seek to command the Dúnedain of the South, friend Person?
  • These Rangers will follow your leadership for a small price, Person.
  • Bring some silver coins and you can have some Rangers under your command.
  • Are you here with the intention of hiring Rangers of the Ithilien?
  • I can grant you the leadership of some excellent Rangers in return for silver coins.
  • The Rangers of Ithilien now respect you enough to follow your command, Person.

Neutral

  • Only the strongest friends of the Dúnedain may fight with us in battle, Person.
  • If you wish to captain the Rangers of the South, you must prove your trust.
  • Are you friend or foe, Person?
  • They say you are a friend of the Dúnedain, but I cannot be sure until you have done more good.
  • One does not simply command Rangers of Ithilien without gaining some reputation first.
  • You are not yet thought of highly enough to fight with my Rangers in battle, Person.
  • Show us that you can be trusted, Person, and we will fight alongside you.

Swan KnightEdit

Friendly

  • I defend the Kingdom of Dol Amroth, but the allegiance of our people also lies with Gondor.
  • Long have I defended these white shores.
  • We have spotted raiding corsair ships near our coasts... we must be on our guard.
  • The fallen ones of Umbar have dared to attack the shores of Gondor. They shall pay with their life!
  • The might and skill of the Swan Knights of Dol Amroth is unmatched.
  • Even now, in many of us, the blood of the Eldar flows.
  • We are the descendants of the Great Men of Westernesse, Númenor of old.
  • Our realm is ruled by the Lord and Prince of Dol Amroth, Imrahil the Fair.
  • O Lothlórien! I truly miss the days when your fair kin visited our white shores.
  • An Elven-maid there was of old...
  • O Amroth! O Nimrodel! For ever you are lost to us.
  • Our realm is under danger from the foul Corsairs of Umbar. They must not be allowed to set foot upon these shores.
  • What tidings do you bring from the Steward of Gondor, Person?
  • Soon we shall go to war.
  • Long have we dwelt on these fair shores.
  • Welcome to the land of Dol Amroth.
  • I defend the white harbours of Dol Amroth.
  • Greatly do we Men of Dol Amroth miss the days when the Eldar would visit us.
  • We are part of a people that has been forgotten by many.
  • What do you seek on these hither shores, Person?
  • Greetings, Person. What do you seek in the land of the Prince?
  • We wait for the day when the King will return.
  • These are dark times... we fear that He has returned to the Black Land.
  • The harpers of Dol Amroth are the most skilled in all of Gondor!
  • It is told that the voice of Amroth can still be heard in the Sea.
  • What tidings do you bring from the White City?
  • Do you bring news or troubles with you, Person?
  • What do you seek before these white shores, Person?
  • The old tales speak well; there is Elvish blood in the veins of our folk, for the people of Nimrodel dwelt in this land once long ago.
  • Long ago, this land was inhabited by the fair folk of Lórien. But they have departed into the West many ages ago.
  • The fallen folk of Umbar must not be allowed to pillage the people of Gondor!
  • Strangers are not often seen in these lands. Especially in these times.
  • My people are amongst the few folk in these lands who still speak the tongues of the Eldar.

Hired

  • I protect the Banner of the Swan.
  • We must defend these shores, my lord Person.
  • The scum of Umbar draw ever closer to our shores...
  • Not a single Orc, Southron, or Corsair shall set foot upon the shores of Gondor under my watch!
  • Our allegiance lies with Gondor.
  • We must protect these shores.
  • The Evil that was banished has now returned. We must defend our lands.
  • I serve the Prince.
  • In my people, the blood of Númenor still flows.

Hostile

  • You may go no further. You will not enter Dol Amroth!
  • You may not enter Gondor, Person!
  • For Dol Amroth! For the Swan!
  • You are an enemy of the Silver Swan, Person!
  • Enemies have entered Gondor!
  • By the Prince, I will see you slain!
  • Your death shall be swift, Person!
  • This is a fell hour for Dol Amroth indeed!
  • No pity for the foes of Dol Amroth!
  • You will not see the end of this day, servant of the Shadow!
  • Begone from our lands, foul scum of Mordor!
  • I will not allow you to harm the free folk of Dol Amroth, Person!
  • In the name of the princes of old, I shall destroy you!
  • No enemies of Gondor may pass freely into our land!
  • Begone, foul scum of Mordor!
  • Crawl back to your miserable black ships, worshipper of Morgoth!
  • Your kind is not welcome in our lands. Begone, you traitor to the Eldar!
  • I will drive you back into the Sea, spawn of Umbar!

Dol Amroth CaptainEdit

Friendly

  • Do you seek to command the knights of Dol Amroth, Person?
  • Dol Amroth's forces can be yours to command for a fair sum of silver.
  • Our soldiers need paying, Person!
  • Bring some silver coins and you can have some Swan Knights.
  • Are you here with the intention of hiring the Swan Knights for war?
  • I can grant you some warriors in return for silver coins.
  • The Men of Dol Amroth now respect you enough to follow you into battle, Person.
  • The warriors of Dol Amroth trust you, Person. You may command my valiant knights.
  • Do you wish to command the mighty armies of Dol Amroth?
  • For a few dozen silver coins, you can command the strongest warriors in all of Gondor.
  • If you wish to take my troops to battle, you'll have to pay for them!
  • Give me some silver coins and I'll give you some knights!
  • My men are in the service of the Prince.
  • My men are the mightiest knights in all of Gondor!
  • The skill of the knights of Dol Amroth is unmatched.

Neutral

  • Only the strongest friends of Dol Amroth may command its armies, Person.
  • If you wish to command the forces of Dol Amroth, you must prove that we can trust you.
  • Are you friend or foe, Person?
  • They say you are a friend of Dol Amroth, but I cannot be sure until you have done more good.
  • One does not simply command the Swan Knights without earning some reputation first.
  • You are not yet thought of highly enough to lead our soldiers into battle, Person.
  • Show us that you can be trusted, Person, and we will allow you to lead our warriors.
  • You wish to command my soldiers? You'll have to prove yourself to the people of Dol Amroth first, Person.
  • Only a true friend of the Princes can lead our valiant soldiers into battle.
  • You'll have to prove yourself as an ally of Dol Amroth before you can command my troops, Person.
  • You must do more good deeds for the people of Dol Amroth if you wish to command our armies.
  • Prove your allegiance to the Princes of Dol Amroth and I will let you command my soldiers.

Gondorian BartenderEdit

Friendly

  • Welcome to The Pretty Goblet.
  • Welcome to The Pretty Goblet, Person!
  • Are you weary from travelling? We have lodgings upstairs.
  • Hungry? Thirsty? What'll it be, Person?
  • Welcome to the finest tavern in all of Gondor!
  • You look like a weary traveller. Go on, Person, buy a drink.
  • Welcome to The Pretty Goblet! You won't find company quite as good anywhere else, that's for sure.
  • Have we met before, Person?
  • Go on. Have a drink!
  • My patrons say this is the best tavern in all of Gondor. And you know what, Person? They're quite right!
  • Don't just stand there, Person, get yourself a drink!
  • My patrons are some of the most good-natured fellows you'll ever meet. Isn't that right, friends? Now how about some more to drink?
  • This place isn't called The Pretty Goblet for nothing, Person.
  • We have rooms upstairs, if you're looking for a place to stay.
  • Are you new to these parts, Person? You should get to know my patrons. They can be interesting fellows.
  • Don't just stand around, Person. Go and talk to people!
  • I've seen some things, Person.
  • If I were in your position, I'd buy myself a drink.
  • Those Southrons are nasty folk. You shouldn't talk too loudly around them, Person.
  • You'll be wanting something to drink, I gather.
  • I could drink even a Swan Knight under the table if I had to.
  • When the atmosphere's as merry as this, what does it matter if the drink's a little stale?
  • Come on, Person. Drink up! Or are you no better than those prissy golden-haired horselords?
  • The only brew for the brave and true... comes from The Pretty Goblet!
  • Those Northmen can keep their fancy wines and bread, for all I care. There's nothing quite so refreshing as a warm Gondorian ale.
  • You again, Person?
  • No livestock! No Orcs! And absolutely no Southrons!
  • I once had a lad come in here trying to tell me my tavern wasn't real, and we were no more than ghosts in the dream of some old scholar. The poor fellow was quite drunk, Person. Quite drunk indeed.
  • Don't forget to close the door on your way out, Person.

Hostile

  • I would not serve you if my livelihood depended on it!
  • Get out, Person!
  • Get out! We do not serve the likes of you in here!
  • We will not suffer your like in Gondor, Person!
  • You are unworthy of the stalest mead!
  • You may fill your belly elsewhere, Person, but not in my tavern!
  • You're not welcome here at The Pretty Goblet!
  • Leave now, you traitorous villain!
  • Turn your back on me, you cur!
  • The Pretty Goblet does not cater to the likes of you!
  • Turn and leave, Person, lest I cast you out myself.
  • You wouldn't be fit for a spoiled cut of meat.
  • You are a stain on the honour of my tavern, Person.
  • I shan't be serving you anything!
  • We don't serve ne'er-do-wells like you. Not here!
  • Get out of my tavern, you good-for-nothing rascal!
  • You're a nasty piece of work, you are, Person. No ale for you.
  • We don't serve ruffians like you in here.
  • No scoundrels in here, Person. Try another tavern!

Gondorian FarmerEdit

Friendly

  • Good day, Person!
  • Hello there, Person! Do you want to buy any crops?
  • You looking for some fine crops, Person?
  • Don't forget to not step on my crops!
  • I hope you've not been stealing any crops!
  • Got any farming equipment? I'll offer you a good price.
  • I have some fresh crops that you'll like!
  • I offer you the best crops in all of Gondor!
  • I'm always in need of new farming tools! Get me some and we can trade!
  • My farmhands are the hardest-working in the whole of the kingdom! Bring me some silver coins and you can hire some.
  • I take great pride in my produce.
  • If you're looking for some finely-forged weapons, you've come to completely the wrong place!
  • Did you know, Person, that all the farmers in Gondor wear the same hats?
  • Turnips, carrots, lettuces, wheat, I've got it all! Well, maybe not all, but you get the idea, Person.
  • These crops aren't free!
  • Have you spoken to my friends downstairs?
  • This barn can get very noisy at times. And smelly.
  • Can you smell it, Person? Ah, the country air!
  • Have you met my friends downstairs? They're not the most talkative of fellows, I admit.

Hostile

  • Get out! No crops for you!
  • Sound the alarm! We have a villain on our hands!
  • You're not getting any of my harvest!
  • If you were a turnip, Person, you'd be a rotten one!
  • You are no friend of Gondor!
  • I'll beat you with this here hoe if you come any closer!
  • I may only be a farmer, Person, but I can still hold my own!
  • Who let you in here anyway?
  • You've made a big mistake!
  • If you were a harvest, Person, you'd be a failed one!
  • Get out of my farm, you good-for-nothing sack of muck!
  • You're frightening my animals!

Gondor FarmhandEdit

Hired

  • Good day, Person.
  • The crops are growing well.
  • Hello there, Person.
  • This is fertile soil.
  • These lands are good for growing things, Person.
  • Ah, if only I had an ox to speed this up...
  • There is much farming to be done.
  • Thieves! Foes! Sound the alarm - oh, it's just you, Person.
  • I'm working hard, as you can tell.
  • If I were a slave in Núrn, these crops would be growing even faster.
  • It's nice of you to talk to me. We farmhands don't get much conversation.
  • There's not a whole lot to be said about farming.
  • Remember to keep hydrated!
  • And how are you today, my friend Person?
  • Is it time for a break yet?
  • Dorwinion belongs to Gondor. And don't you forget it!

Blackroot CaptainEdit

Friendly

  • Do you seek to command the soldiers of the Blackroot Vale, Person?
  • Our forces can be yours to command for only a small sum of silver.
  • Our soldiers need paying, Person!
  • Bring some silver coins and you can have some hired bowmen.
  • Are you here with the intention of hiring my archers?
  • I can grant you some soldiers in return for silver coins.
  • The Men of Mornan now respect you enough to follow you into battle, Person.
  • The people of the Blackroot Vale trust you, Person. You may command our valiant bowmen.
  • Do you wish to command the mighty bowmen of the Blackroot Vale?
  • For a few dozen silver coins, you can command very valiant and loyal soldiers.
  • If you wish to take my troops to battle, you'll have to pay for them!
  • Give me some silver coins and I'll give you some soldiers!

Neutral

  • Only strong friends of the Blackroot Vale may command our armies, Person.
  • If you wish to command the forces of the Blackroot Vale, you must prove that we can trust you.
  • Are you friend or foe, Person?
  • They say you are a friend of the Men of Mornan, but I cannot be sure until you have done more good.
  • One does not simply command Blackroot bowmen without earning some reputation first.
  • You are not yet thought of highly enough to lead our bowmen into battle, Person.
  • Show us that you can be trusted, Person, and we will allow you to lead our soldiers.
  • You wish to command my bowmen? You'll have to prove yourself to the people of the Blackroot first, Person.
  • Only a true friend of the Blackroot Vale can lead our valiant soldiers into battle.
  • You'll have to prove yourself as an ally of the Mornan-folk before you can command my bows, Person.
  • You must do more good deeds for the people of these vales if you wish to command our armies.
  • Prove your allegiance to the Blackroot Vale and I will let you command my warriors.

Lamedon CaptainEdit

Friendly

  • Do you seek to command the soldiers of Lamedon, Person?
  • Our forces can be yours to command for only a small sum of silver.
  • Our soldiers need paying, Person!
  • Bring some silver coins and you can have some hired warriors.
  • Are you here with the intention of hiring my warriors?
  • I can grant you some soldiers in return for silver coins.
  • The Men of Lamedon now respect you enough to follow you into battle, Person.
  • The people of Lamedon trust you, Person. You may command our fearless warriors.
  • Do you wish to command the mighty warriors of Lamedon?
  • For a few dozen silver coins, you can command very fearless and loyal soldiers.
  • If you wish to take my troops to battle, you'll have to pay for them!
  • Give me some silver coins and I'll give you some soldiers!

Neutral

  • Only strong friends of Lamedon may command our armies, Person.
  • If you wish to command the forces of Lamedon, you must prove that we can trust you.
  • Are you friend or foe, Person?
  • They say you are a friend of Lamedon, but I cannot be sure until you have done more good.
  • One does not simply command Lamedon warriors without earning some reputation first.
  • You are not yet thought of highly enough to lead our warriors into battle, Person.
  • Show us that you can be trusted, Person, and we will allow you to lead our soldiers.
  • You wish to command my warriors? You'll have to prove yourself to the people of Lamedon first, Person.
  • Only a true friend of Gondor can lead our valiant warriors into battle.
  • You'll have to prove yourself as an ally of the Lamedon-folk before you can command my swords, Person.
  • You must do more good deeds for the people of these lands if you wish to command our armies.
  • Prove your allegiance to Lamedon and I will let you command my warriors.

Lebennin CaptainEdit

Friendly

  • Do you seek to command the levies of Lebennin, Person?
  • Our forces can be yours to command for only a small sum of silver.
  • Our levies need paying, Person!
  • Bring some silver coins and you can have some hired levymen.
  • Are you here with the intention of hiring my soldiers?
  • I can grant you some levies in return for silver coins.
  • The Men of Lebennin now respect you enough to follow you into battle, Person.
  • The people of the Fair Streams trust you, Person. You may command our valiant soldiers.
  • Do you wish to command the levies of Lebennin?
  • For a few dozen silver coins, you can command very valiant and loyal soldiers.
  • If you wish to take my troops to battle, you'll have to pay for them!
  • Give me some silver coins and I'll give you some levymen!

Neutral

  • Only strong friends of the Fair Streams may command our levies, Person.
  • If you wish to command the fighting men of Lebennin, you must prove that we can trust you.
  • Are you friend or foe, Person?
  • They say you are a friend of Lebennin, but I cannot be sure until you have done more good.
  • One does not simply command Lebennin levies without earning some reputation first.
  • You are not yet thought of highly enough to lead our levies into battle, Person.
  • Show us that you can be trusted, Person, and we will allow you to lead our soldiers.
  • You wish to command my levymen? You'll have to prove yourself to the people of Gondor first, Person.
  • Only a true friend of Gondor can lead our valiant soldiers into battle.
  • You'll have to prove yourself as an ally of Gondor before you can command my levies, Person.
  • You must do more good deeds for the people of Lebennin if you wish to command our armies.
  • Prove your allegiance to the Fair Streams and I will let you command my levymen.

Lossarnach CaptainEdit

Friendly

  • Do you seek to command the warriors of Lossarnach, Person?
  • Our forces can be yours to command for only a small sum of silver.
  • Our soldiers need paying, Person!
  • Bring some silver coins and you can have some hired axes.
  • Are you here with the intention of hiring my soldiers?
  • I can grant you some warriors in return for silver coins.
  • The Men of Lossarnach now respect you enough to follow you into battle, Person.
  • The people of Lossarnach trust you, Person. You may command our valiant axe-warriors.
  • Do you wish to command the mighty armies of Lossarnach?
  • For a few dozen silver coins, you can command very valiant and loyal soldiers.
  • If you wish to take my troops to battle, you'll have to pay for them!
  • Give me some silver coins and I'll give you some axemen!

Neutral

  • Only strong friends of Lossarnach may command our armies, Person.
  • If you wish to command the forces of Lossarnach, you must prove that we can trust you.
  • Are you friend or foe, Person?
  • They say you are a friend of Lossarnach, but I cannot be sure until you have done more good.
  • One does not simply command soldiers of Lossarnach without earning some reputation first.
  • You are not yet thought of highly enough to lead our soldiers into battle, Person.
  • Show us that you can be trusted, Person, and we will allow you to lead our soldiers.
  • You wish to command my soldiers? You'll have to prove yourself to the people of Lossarnach first, Person.
  • Only a true friend of Lossarnach can lead our valiant axemen into battle.
  • You'll have to prove yourself as an ally of Lossarnach before you can command my axes, Person.
  • You must do more good deeds for the people of Lossarnach if you wish to command our armies.
  • Prove your allegiance to Lossarnach and I will let you command my warriors.

Pelargir CaptainEdit

Friendly

  • Do you seek to command the marines of the White Shores, Person?
  • Our forces can be yours to command for only a small sum of silver.
  • Our soldiers need paying, Person!
  • Bring some silver coins and you can have some hired soldiers.
  • Are you here with the intention of hiring my soldiers?
  • I can grant you some marines in return for silver coins.
  • The Men of Pelargir now respect you enough to follow you into battle, Person.
  • The people of the White Shores trust you, Person. You may command our valiant trident-warriors.
  • Do you wish to command the mighty armies of Pelargir?
  • For a few dozen silver coins, you can command very valiant and loyal soldiers.
  • If you wish to take my troops to battle, you'll have to pay for them!
  • Give me some silver coins and I'll give you some soldiers!

Neutral

  • Only strong friends of Pelargir may command our armies, Person.
  • If you wish to command the forces of Pelargir, you must prove that we can trust you.
  • Are you friend or foe, Person?
  • They say you are a friend of Pelargir, but I cannot be sure until you have done more good.
  • One does not simply command soldiers of Pelargir without earning some reputation first.
  • You are not yet thought of highly enough to lead our soldiers into battle, Person.
  • Show us that you can be trusted, Person, and we will allow you to lead our soldiers.
  • You wish to command my soldiers? You'll have to prove yourself to the people of Pelargir first, Person.
  • Only a true friend of Pelargir can lead our valiant marines into battle.
  • You'll have to prove yourself as an ally of Pelargir before you can command my tridents, Person.
  • You must do more good deeds for the people of Pelargir if you wish to command our armies.
  • Prove your allegiance to Pelargir and I will let you command my warriors.

Pinnath Gelin CaptainEdit

Friendly

  • Do you seek to command the soldiers of the Green Hills, Person?
  • Our forces can be yours to command for only a small sum of silver.
  • Our soldiers need paying, Person!
  • Bring some silver coins and you can have some gallant soldiers, clad all in green.
  • Are you here with the intention of hiring my soldiers?
  • I can grant you some soldiers in return for silver coins.
  • The Men of Pinnath Gelin now respect you enough to follow you into battle, Person.
  • The people of the Green Hills trust you, Person. You may command our gallant soldiers.
  • Do you wish to command the mighty green-clad armies of Pinnath Gelin?
  • For a few dozen silver coins, you can command very valiant and loyal soldiers.
  • If you wish to take my troops to battle, you'll have to pay for them!
  • Give me some silver coins and I'll give you some soldiers!

Neutral

  • Only strong friends of Pinnath Gelin may command our armies, Person.
  • If you wish to command the forces of Pinnath Gelin, you must prove that we can trust you.
  • Are you friend or foe, Person?
  • They say you are a friend of Pinnath Gelin, but I cannot be sure until you have done more good.
  • One does not simply command soldiers of the Green Hills without earning some reputation first.
  • You are not yet thought of highly enough to lead our soldiers into battle, Person.
  • Show us that you can be trusted, Person, and we will allow you to lead our soldiers.
  • You wish to command my soldiers? You'll have to prove yourself to the people of the Green Hills first, Person.
  • Only a true friend of Pinnath Gelin can lead our gallant soldiers into battle.
  • You'll have to prove yourself as an ally of Pinnath Gelin before you can command my swords, Person.
  • You must do more good deeds for the people of these hills if you wish to command our armies.
  • Prove your allegiance to Pinnath Gelin and I will let you command my gallant warriors.

Market TraderEdit

Friendly

  • Welcome to my stall, Person!
  • Have you seen the goods I carry here?
  • Be sure to check out my stall, Person. I have quite the full inventory waiting for you!
  • You won't find prices this good anywhere else in Gondor.
  • I'm sure you'll like what I have in store!
  • Have you heard of the White Tree? Legend has it my goods are thrice as valuable, and one-half the price!
  • If it rains like it did last weekend, Person, I'll have to close shop!
  • Don't just pass by my shop, Person - come and see!
  • Every bit of coin helps, Person. I have children at home I have to feed.
  • Person, would you consider taking a look at my stocks?
  • Ah... Person? You remind me of that Northerner who passed by here last week. What was his name again? Thorongil?
  • You don't seem to be from these parts, Person. Can I help you?
  • I could definitely use some coin to pay off that job in Pinnath Gelin, Person... whoops! Forget I said that!
  • You seem friendly enough, Person. Care to take a look?
  • This is the best shop south of the Argonath!
  • Person! I knew you'd come and buy here!
  • I'd love to trade with you again!
  • If you won't buy anything here, I doubt you'll be able to find anything better in the next town over.
  • I have many goods on offer.
  • There's plenty here for you to buy!
  • Come and browse my wares.
  • What is it you need, Person? I'm sure I have it!
  • Got any coins, my friend?
  • Ah, my good friend Person! How can I help you today?
  • I have many quality goods to trade.
  • Is this what you need?
  • What are you after, Person?
  • Everything you want, for a fraction of the price!
  • I'd love to have some of that coin of yours.
  • Say there, Person. Do you have any coin to hand?
  • Come and browse these wares, Person. You won't regret it!
  • I didn't come to this market just to stand here and stare at the clouds!
  • Ah, Person! You'll buy something - won't you?
  • I have a family to feed, Person.
  • You seem like a friendly fellow, Person. Just the sort I like to trade with.
  • Do you have any goods to sell?
  • Do you have any coin to trade?
  • Any goods to sell, Person?
  • I wonder if you're carrying anything valuable.
  • You just might have something I'd buy, Person.
  • What are you carrying, Person? Might be I can fetch you a good price for it.
  • Are you in need of a few coins? I buy as well as I sell, Person.
  • Are you looking for deals, Person? I have the best deals.
  • I have the best deals in town. My deals are better than anyone else's!
  • I'll make you a good deal, Person. I have the best deals.

Hostile

  • I shan't be selling anything to you, Person.
  • Sorry, Person. I don't trade with ruffians.
  • You're not welcome in my market, Person!
  • If it was up to me, I'd call the guards on you...
  • You're a ne'er-do-well if I ever saw one, Person.
  • I don't do trade with villains.
  • There's no need for folk of your sort here, Person.
  • I'm an honest merchant, Person, but you're not an honest fellow.
  • I like to think I'm an honest merchant. Sorry, Person, I shan't be trading with you.
  • What did you think you'll be getting from me? Flowers and a song? You're a nasty piece of work, Person.
  • No thank-you, Person!
  • I'll have to turn down your business, Person. I only trade with honest folk.
  • I only buy and sell to good Men of Gondor.
  • I don't make custom with folk like you.
  • Well, I shan't be buying anything from you.
  • Aren't folk like you supposed to be kept out of these parts?
  • I'd trade with you if the guards weren't watching, Person.

Men of GondorEdit

Friendly

  • Welcome to Gondor, Person!
  • Good day, Person.
  • Welcome, my lord Person. Is there anything I can do for you?
  • Gondor welcomes you, Person.
  • These are dark times for Gondor, Person.
  • Men whisper of fell creatures spawning in the East, and tell tales of a nameless fear...
  • Welcome, Person. Would that you had come to Gondor in happier days.
  • Do not be afraid, my friend Person. Rohan will come to our aid. They always come to our aid.
  • These are troubled times for our people. Darkness gathers in Mordor, and the lords of the White City are silent.
  • This country is my home, Person. I fear for us all in these dark days.
  • This country was a great kingdom in days of old, but those days have long passed us by...
  • In my heart, Person, I still dream of a day when the Kings will return to the throne of Gondor.
  • Gondor. Ah, Gondor. The great South-kingdom of old, once! But now, Person, this is our long dwindling. The twilight of the West.
  • I wish that I could welcome you to Gondor in happier times.
  • Ah, sweet galenas! Such a beautiful, fragrant herb. One often finds it growing in these lands, Person.
  • If you should chance upon a wild growth of westmansweed, you'd be wise to pick it and take it home.
  • You're not from around these parts, are you, Person?
  • I'd rather be down at the tavern right now.
  • There's some troubling news going around. I can tell you that much.
  • I should warn you, Person. Gondor is not as it once was.
  • They say the shadow of Mordor is growing in the East.
  • How do you fare?
  • Do you have anything to drink?
  • You don't look much like a Man of Gondor, Person. You're not from the South, are you?
  • Which village do you come from, Person?
  • There is little quite so beautiful as the sight of the Sun's first rays cast upon the white mountain-peaks.
  • When I was younger, I dreamed of becoming a Swan Knight of Dol Amroth. Those times seem far away now.
  • We do what we can to survive, Person. But if the Enemy comes, we will not be able to do much.
  • Good day, Person! But do I mean to say that the day is good, or that it is a day to be good on?
  • I hope that my family shall not be conscripted into the levies of Gondor.
  • We built a wall around the fields of Pelennor to keep the Orc-raids out. We should do the same at Poros, if you ask me.
  • We are truth-speakers, we Men of Gondor.
  • The heroes of Gondor shall rise to protect us, Person.
  • Welcome, Person. What business brings you to Gondor?
  • You come on a fine day, Person. The Orcs have not raided our lands in more than a week.
  • Fine day for it.
  • Hello there, Person!
  • The old tomb-mound of Elendil is named Halifirien in the tongue of Rohan. But his casket was sent to the Silent Street of the Stone City, five hundred years ago.
  • I have seen with my eyes the ruin of Osgiliath, where once was our capital city. But for five hundred years, that city has been host to naught but silent grief, a reminder of Gondor's darkening decline.
  • Gondor was once one of the greatest realms of Men. Yet today it is merely a land of crumbling brick, and false hearts...
  • I have heard stories that the Kings may one day return and rule Gondor once more. But those are just folk-tales; they cannot be true...
  • What news, Person?
  • What tidings do you carry?
  • Tell me, Person. What news of lands afar?
  • I am your true friend, Person, as long as you stand true for Gondor.
  • Darkness is gathering on Gondor. And, Person, it seems rain-clouds are gathering on the horizon.
  • Our crops have been failing, Person. I hope for better fortune next year.
  • The westmansweed of these fields is a wonderful and fragrant herb.
  • The hearts of Men may grow false, Person, but our lands are still as fair as ever.
  • Many Men out of Ithilien and the South-lands sought refuge here, one hundred years ago. I hope that one day our host will march East and take back those haunted homelands!
  • This realm is called Stoningland in the tongue of Rohan. Well, we cannot say we lack for stone, Person.
  • Are these the last days of Men? Once, Gondor was great, but with every passing day I fear more for our future.
  • There is a cold darkness coming down onto the realms of Men.
  • Truly, these days are the failing of the race of Men. It seems even my crops are failing.
  • The scholars speak of days when Gondor was a shining jewel among the realms of Men. I fear those days are forever lost, Person.
  • Tall ships and tall kings, three times three. What brought they from the foundered land, over the flowing sea? Seven stars, and seven stones, and one white tree.
  • Have you any fair tidings, Person?
  • Men from the outlands are coming to the heartlands, away from conflict. They bring trouble, but I think we'll manage.
  • Come, Person, tell me a tale to cheer my heart.
  • I must return to work, Person. Those fields won't till themselves.
  • Ah, Person! I believe we have met before. Or am I mistaken?
  • Well met, Person!
  • Well met.
  • I shall not bore you with old tales of the village.

Hostile

  • You're no friend of mine, Person.
  • You're a villain!
  • Get out of my sight, Person.
  • Run along, Person, else I'll call the guards on you.
  • You won't be doing any crimes here!
  • You're a nasty piece of work, Person.
  • You are no friend of Gondor, Person.
  • You shall get no welcome here.
  • You'd best be careful around here. It's not safe for criminals like you.
  • Leave Gondor while you still can, Person.
  • We don't look kindly on criminals here!
  • I suggest you leave this place, Person.
  • Away with you!
  • Our people have no love for villains like you!
  • The heroes of Gondor will strike you down, Person.
  • You'd be best to leave, Person. Or would you rather be forced out?
  • You belong in the stocks, Person!
  • Don't look at me like that.
  • What do you want from me, you scoundrel?
  • We have no love for people of your sort.
  • You're a ne'er-do-well, Person, that's for sure.
  • Off with you, Person! We don't welcome ne'er-do-wells in Gondor.

Gondorian DrunkardEdit

Neutral

  • Ring ding diddle diddle I de oh ring di diddly I oh!
  • Roll roll roll roll, roll-roll-rolling down the hole!
  • Hey ho! To the bottle I go!
  • I drink, therefore I am.
  • Tippity tippity tap! Splish splash splosh!
  • My ale! Mine!
  • Do not turn me about so, Person. My stomach is not constant.
  • Stop walking on the wall, Person! Ho! Ho!
  • Here and there, ale is everywhere!
  • I couldn't live without my ale!
  • The ale is mine!
  • Up and down and left and right, I will drink until the end of night!
  • Teh to ti ti tum!
  • More ale in my pail!
  • These Orcs are crazy!
  • Mushroom! Mushroom! Mushroom!
  • I used to be an adventurer, just like you. Then I discovered ale!
  • *Hic*
  • Help! Everything is square! How long have I been here? Am I going mad? Please help me, Person!
  • Yo ho ho and a bottle of your finest ale!
  • They see me! They see you! They see everything!
  • A fine pail of ale is finer than a fresh quail of nail!
  • A song! A song!
  • Sing, Person! Sing!
  • How dare you oppress me so?
  • My singing talent eclipses even that of the Elves!
  • Give me a reason to fight and I shall drink ale!
  • Well, well, haven't you come a long way! I haven't seen you in years, Person!
  • Get off me, you drunkard!
  • You shouldn't have *hic* drunk so much, Person, you fool.
  • Goodness me, what a fine day for it!
  • Ah, my old friend! Welcome home!
  • Ring a ding a ding dong, sing me a song!
  • You'll want to back off, else we'll be having a scuffle!
  • My, my, my, aren't you a strange fellow?
  • Your breath stinks of ale. Begone!
  • Why do you sway around so?
  • Aha, yes, you're a clever little fellow, aren't you?
  • Stand still there!
  • Get out of my tavern!
  • I will sit the throne of Gondor! I will be your King!
  • Stay well away from me, Southron!
  • There's always room for more drink!
  • Yes, and a fine place for it!
  • Oh, I quite agree, Person.
  • I'll have you know I have quite the tale, to have you know, my Person.
  • And what a day for it! What a day indeed!
  • Don't you like to drink, Person?
  • My old friend! Come, drink with me, Person.
  • Now's not the time for it.
  • I already told you, I have quite the tale for you to know, a tale. Now go away.
  • That's not what you say, is it?
  • I'm strong, I am. Strong and I can talk too.
  • Can't you see I'm busy?
  • Those cursed Southrons.
  • I've seen some things, Person. By Elendil, I've seen some things.
  • You want me to tell you that old tale again?
  • Speak up, Person! I can barely hear you.
  • You're a dim old fellow, aren't you?
  • That's very clever, Person. Very clever indeed, yes, very clever.
  • I'd tell you, but then I'd only have to tell you again, you old fool.
  • Here I am!
  • Goodness, isn't it dark in here?
  • Slow down! All of you, slow down.
  • I've had it up to here with your tomfoolery.
  • Is it time to go home yet, Person?

GundabadEdit

OrcsEdit

Friendly

  • Filthy maggot! Oh, it's you, Person...
  • I seek Man-flesh!
  • Where is the Man-flesh?
  • What do you want?
  • You still don't look like a Goblin-Man, Person!
  • I've had nothing but maggoty bread for three stinking days!
  • Maggoty bread again? Give me some Man-flesh!
  • I can't wait to get my teeth into some Man-flesh!
  • At your service, Person!
  • Soon, Person! Soon we will be at war with the filthy sons of Men!
  • What are you after?
  • The air is foul here.
  • We serve a common master, Person.
  • We shall break their bones and feast on their flesh!
  • Death to the kingdoms of Men! Death to the filthy Elves!
  • We shall swarm into the lands of the free peoples like a plague! Leave nothing alive!
  • What orders from our lord, Person?
  • These rags stink!
  • The world of Men shall be broken and destroyed.
  • Ruin! Ruin to the free peoples!
  • Something smells disgusting here. It's you, Person! Go away!

Hired

  • Where's the nearest Man-flesh? I'm starving here!
  • What are your orders, my lord?
  • You may be my commander, Person, but you're still a filthy maggot!
  • I smell man-flesh!
  • Lead us to war, Person!
  • The air is ripe with the stink of fear!
  • I've had nothing to eat but maggoty bread for three stinking days!
  • The free peoples of the earth shall fall before our might!
  • Death! Death to all who oppose us!

Hostile

  • Have you not been driven out by our armies yet, scum?
  • I'll bleed you like a stuck pig!
  • Enjoy your last breath, scum!
  • You're nice and fresh!
  • Kill the scum!
  • Looks like meat's back on the menu, boys!
  • You stink of fear!
  • Die, Man-scum!
  • Your blood smells fresh!
  • I'll skewer you like a piece of meat!
  • You'd better start running, maggot!
  • Come any closer and I'll stick you like a fresh cut of meat!
  • We dine on Man-flesh tonight!

Neutral

  • I smell man-flesh!
  • I've had nothing but maggoty bread for three stinking days!
  • What are you after, maggot?
  • Follow your orders, scum!
  • You don't look like a Goblin-Man!
  • Do you want something?
  • Don't just stand there! Do something!
  • I don't trust you, maggot!
  • Whom do you serve?
  • Move along, scum!
  • Are you trying to start a fight?
  • You stink!

Skirmish

  • You trying to start a skirmish?
  • Trying to start a skirmish?
  • Nobody touches me, you filthy maggot!
  • I'll skewer you like a piece of meat!
  • You trying to start something?
  • I'll have your guts for garters, scum!
  • What are you looking at me like that for, scum?
  • I'll have your head on a spike, maggot!
  • I'll bleed you like a stuck pig!
  • Looks like it's time for a skirmish!
  • Nobody skirmishes with me and gets away with it!
  • You looking for a skirmish, filthy maggot?
  • Let's see you look at me like that with my blade stuck through you!
  • You asking for a skirmish?
  • Who are you calling a filthy maggot?
  • You after a scuffle, scum?
  • Want a fight, you filthy piece of meat?

Gundabad Orc ScroungerEdit

Friendly

  • Orcs like silver coins as much as the next race, you know...
  • Bring me coins if you want equipment.
  • So you have proven yourself, Person. Now we can trade.
  • A nice little stinking sum of silver coins might be nice.
  • If you want to trade, bring some coins, and keep it quiet.
  • An Orc can never have enough silver coins, maggot!
  • I might be interested in buying some materials.
  • Certain materials can fetch a good price among traders like myself.
  • I love crunching on a nice Elf bone!
  • You want some equipment? Get me some coins first, maggot!
  • Get me some coins and I'll get you some tools!
  • If you want some of my fine equipment, then bring some coins!
  • I sell the finest equipment and the sharpest blades!
  • I don't usually trade with filthy Men, but you're good enough.

Neutral

  • Come crawling back when you've proved your worth, weakling.
  • The stench of evil on you is not yet strong enough, Person.
  • If you wish to trade, you must prove your worth among our forces!
  • I've seen more threatening Halflings than you!
  • You want to trade? Come back when you're further down the path of darkness, scum.
  • Go and slay a few stinking Elves, and then perhaps we can trade.
  • If you want any Orcish equipment, you'll have to work more evil first.
  • There's no way I'm trading with a maggot like you!
  • Do you think the Boss just lets me hand out equipment to anyone, maggot?
  • I don't trade with scum like you!
  • Kill some of those filthy Men and then we can talk!
  • Prove your worth, filth!
  • You won't be getting any equipment from me, maggot!
  • I don't trust filthy Men like you! Beat it, scum.

Gundabad Orc ChieftainEdit

Friendly

  • What do silver coins and Man-flesh have in common? I never have enough of them!
  • You want some mercenaries, Person? I want some coins.
  • Get your fighting Orcs here! Starting at just a few silver coins!
  • I want to get my stinking hands on some more silver coins!
  • The forces of evil are ready for hire, maggot!
  • I have many fine stinking Orcs for you to command!
  • You want to command my boys? Then give me some silver coins!
  • My boys will serve you well, for a dozen silver coins, of course!
  • Give me some coins and I'll give you some troops.
  • Come and get your Orcs here, maggot!
  • My fine Orcs can be yours for a few silver coins!

Neutral

  • You think I'd sell mercenaries to scum like you? Ha!
  • Only the foulest of Men can command Orcs, Person.
  • Work some more evil, and then perhaps I'll consider trading units with you.
  • Come back when you've proven your worth, maggot.
  • I'm not selling any Orcs to you until you kill some more filthy enemies!
  • We Orcs would never follow a weakling like you, Person!
  • What do you want, you filthy maggot?
  • You aren't getting any troops from me, worm!
  • Only true servants of the One may command my mighty Orcs!
  • Come back when you're not a miserable worm anymore!
  • I'm not giving you any of my boys until you prove yourself worthy to us!

Half-trollsEdit

Half-trollsEdit

Friendly

  • Welcome to our land, little maggot!
  • We Half-trolls are far better warriors than those puny little tribesmen.
  • Raaarrrgh!
  • The Great Eye is ever watching.
  • The Great Fire-Eye is calling us. We must obey.
  • Do you bring us messages from Him, Person?
  • We shall crush the pitiful Men of the North!
  • The Great Eye has promised us great hoards of treasure and flesh for our service in war. Will you join us?
  • Soon we shall rule these lands from West to East, and no filthy Men will be able to oppose us! Ha! Ha!
  • Flesh! My Trolls want flesh!
  • I hear that the Lidless Eye speaks highly of you. You may stay in our lands.
  • You may be a filthy little Man, Person, but the Eye seems to like you.
  • I hate those filthy little Men, but the Great Eye commands us to fight with them, and we must obey.
  • I heard that there are great treasures in the North, and plenty of Man-flesh.
  • Prepare your weapons, Person! My folk shall go to war in the North soon!
  • Do you have some Man-flesh for me?
  • We are mighty warriors! No puny Man may stand in our way!
  • You seem to be useful, so we won't eat you... for now! Ha! Ha!
  • Man-flesh we want, and Man-flesh we shall have!
  • The Dark Lord is calling us. We shall soon head into the North.
  • We serve the Lord of Mordor!
  • No mere Man may stand in our way!
  • Welcome, stranger. What do you want?
  • Soon, very soon, we shall have dominion over all these lands. The great Eye has promised it!

Hired

  • We shall serve you, Person!
  • No puny Man-blade may stop us!
  • We will proudly fight for you! The world of Men shall burn!
  • No mere Man may stand in our way.
  • My heart desires battle and my stomach Man-flesh! Ha! Ha!
  • We shall plunder the rich lands of the north! Will you lead us, Person?
  • I heard there's some good treasure in the north.
  • Man-flesh! I can already smell it.
  • We shall proudly fight alongside a great warrior such as you!
  • My boys shall follow you!
  • Death to the filthy Men of the North! Their lands shall soon be ours.
  • We shall burn the World of Men!
  • Come, Person! The Lidless Eye commands us to go North.
  • Can you get us some Man-flesh?
  • The Eye is ever watching, Person. We must obey it.
  • Soon we must depart to the North. War is calling.
  • War! Man-flesh! Treasure! We want it all!
  • Our armies shall crush the puny Men of the North!
  • We will fight for you, Person! We will follow you to war!
  • The Great Eye is readying for war. Soon it shall unleash its might upon those pitiful Men in the North. Soon!
  • No-one shall stand in our way!
  • The Man-scum shall tremble before us!
  • We serve the Great Lord of Mordor!
  • Let us squish those filthy Men!
  • Can you smell the fear in those puny Men? I can!

Hostile

  • What are you doing here, you filthy little Man?
  • I shall cook you on a stick, you filthy worm!
  • Run back to your pitiful tribe, filth!
  • You'll be lion meal once I'm done with you!
  • I shall squish you like an insect!
  • Fool of a Man! Did you travel all this way to become dinner! Ha! Ha!
  • Where do you think you're going, filthy Man?
  • Come back here! I'll make Man-flesh stew out of you!
  • I shall enjoy tearing you up, you puny worm!
  • Come here, boys! I've found our dinner! Ha! Ha!
  • I will throw you to the lions, you little treacherous worm!
  • Run, maggot, or become croc-food!
  • This is our land, filthy Man, and you shall not escape us!
  • There's nowhere to run, little Man!
  • Well, what do we have here? Oh yes! Dinner!
  • Filthy worm, how dare you enter our lands?
  • You're next in the cauldron!
  • How did the lions not make supper out of you? No matter. I shall do so instead!
  • I'll make a good roast out of you!
  • You shall burn in the light of the Lidless Eye!
  • I will squish you like an insect, scum!
  • I'll make quick work out of you, filth!
  • You won't see the next day, Man-scum!
  • I will feed your flesh to my lions!
  • Your puny weapon is no match for me!

Half-troll WarlordEdit

Friendly

  • I hear that you want some blade-swingers. Aye. I can give you some.
  • You want some boys? I've got some!
  • You are worthy enough to command our mighty armies, Person.
  • The Men of the North shall burn! Will you command our forces, Person?
  • Give some coins and I'll give you some troops!
  • Do you wish to hunt for some Man-flesh? My boys can help you. For some coins! Ha!
  • My boys will outmatch any pitiful North-man!
  • For just a few coins, you can be commanding the mightiest warriors in all of Harad!
  • The Great Eye is summoning us. Shall you command my warriors?
  • He is calling us. His red glare is ever upon us. Soon we shall go to war.
  • If you wish to command our mighty warriors, you'll need to pay me some coins, Person.
  • War is calling, Person. Shall you command us?
  • Can you command my troops, Person? You'd better have some coins!
  • The might of Harad shall be unleashed!
  • The Great Dark One is calling us North. Will you lead the legions of Harad to war?
  • My warriors will not fight for nothing. You'll have to get me some silver coins first, Person.
  • Coins, coins, coins. Do you have them?
  • War isn't cheap. Can you pay for it, Person?
  • The Eye is calling. Shall you heed its call, Person?
  • My boys are ready to hunt some Man-flesh!
  • For just a few silver coins, you can get yourself some strong warriors!
  • You want some of my soldiers? Get me some coins first!
  • Give me some coins and I'll give you some of my Half-trolls!
  • No Man may stand in the way of my mighty warriors. But can you command them?

Neutral

  • You think you may command the might of Harad? Ha!
  • What do you want, maggot? Kill some stinking Men and then come back!
  • We do not let any mere maggot command our mighty warriors.
  • I would not let a little worm like you command my boys.
  • You want to command my lads? Get some Man-blood on your name and then we can talk.
  • If you kill some of those filthy little North-men, I might let you command my boys.
  • The Eye won't let any little worm command its armies.
  • A little maggot like you cannot command my troops.
  • The might of Harad shall reach to all the corners of this world. Do you have what it takes to command us? I think not.
  • What do you want, you maggot? You want some troops? Ha! Get back when you kill some of those filthy Men.
  • The armies of Harad shall be unleashed on the puny Men of the North. Their world shall burn. Will you join them or us?
  • Ha! I am not going to let any mere Man command my mighty warriors!
  • We Half-trolls do not follow any mere Man into battle. Prove yourself!
  • Go cut some heads and then come back if you wish to get my troops.
  • What do you want? Some troops? Ha! Come back when you've actually done some killing.
  • No mere Man may command the armies of Harad.
  • You want some blade-swingers, eh? Go kill some of those stinking Men and then show your little maggot face again.
  • You think you may command the armies of the Half-trolls? Ha! Ha! You may want to think again.
  • Kill some of those puny Men and then I may let you command my troops.
  • The Great One is calling us. We shall go to war very soon. If you wish you to command us, prove yourself to the Eye.
  • You are not yet worthy enough to command my mighty warriors.
  • Go slay those filthy Men and then I'll give you some warriors.
  • My mighty warriors don't follow any stranger to battle!
  • Prove yourself to the Eye if you wish to command my warriors!
  • You won't be getting any warriors from me, maggot!

Half-troll ScavengerEdit

Friendly

  • Ah! If it isn't my favourite maggot - I mean customer!
  • I've got all you need!
  • Blades, bows, draughts, Man-flesh, tools - I've got it all.
  • You want it - I'll sell you it!
  • For just a few coins, you can buy some of my high-quality goods!
  • What do you want, Person?
  • My boys tell me that you're good. You may trade with me.
  • These are hard times, Person. Goods are scarce. The Great Eye is sending us to battle those filthy Men of the North.
  • War is upon us? Do you know what that means? More head-cutting and more business!
  • I have the best trades in all of Harad!
  • If you have the coins, I have the goods!
  • I do not like to trade with filthy Men, but you, Person, are an exception!
  • You need a head-cutter? I got one for you!
  • I'll sell you the best tools and weapons in the South!
  • I sell, you buy - it's that simple!
  • Do you have some coins, Person? If not, we can't make a deal.
  • I hear the Eye praises you. You may trade with me.
  • I don't usually trade with Man-maggots, but you have proven you are worthy enough.
  • There is no trader North, South, West or East that can offer you a better deal than I can.
  • Ah, Person! What goods do you wish to buy from the mighty Half-trolls of Harad?
  • What can I get you, little Man?
  • I have the finest equipment in all of the Sunlands!
  • I can get you anything, Person!
  • Give me some silver coins and I'll give you some goods!

Neutral

  • What do you want, you rat?
  • If you want to trade with me, you'll need some of those shiny coins.
  • I don't trade with any rat that comes by.
  • Coins, coins and even more coins - that is what I want.
  • You'll need to prove yourself, if you want to get a look at my treasures.
  • Hah! Do you really think I'd trade with a little rat like you?
  • You'll need to swing your blade many more times before you can trade with me!
  • I don't trust you, maggot. I won't trade with you. Go and kill some of those stinky Men and then we can talk.
  • Go slay some of those filthy Men if you want to trade with me!
  • What do you think you're doing, maggot?
  • You want some goods? Prove your allegiance to the Eye first.
  • I do not trade with maggots.
  • You are new in our lands, so I will say no for now.
  • Coins and cut heads - do you have them?
  • I will not trade with a filthy little maggot like you!
  • If you wish to buy some of my high-quality goods, you'll need to do more for us.
  • Do not show your ugly face again unless you have cut some Man-heads.
  • You have better done some head-cutting or you won't be getting any of my goods!
  • Get back when you've killed some of those filthy Men.
  • What do you want from me, maggot?
  • You won't be getting anything from me!
  • I do not trade with filthy Men!
  • You won't be getting anything from me until you kill some of those filthy Men!
  • Prove yourself to the Eye and then I might consider trading with you.

High ElvesEdit

Lindon ElfEdit

Friendly

  • The world is indeed full of peril.
  • What tidings do you bring to the land of Lindon?
  • What tidings do you bring, Person?
  • Moonlight drowns out all but the brightest stars.
  • To the sea, to the sea!
  • I long for the sea, Person.
  • West, west away, the round sun is falling.
  • Our days are ending and our years failing.
  • Grey ship, grey ship, do you hear them calling?
  • Too long I have dwelt upon this Hither Shore.
  • Gilthoniel! O Elbereth!
  • Miruvor! Refreshes the body and cleanses the spirit.
  • It is easy to lose oneself among our folk.
  • Are you an Elf-friend, Person?
  • No evil shall enter the land of Lindon.
  • In this land, the last fair realm, the memory of Elder Days lingers still.
  • The days grow cold and the years fade.
  • The call of the sea in my heart grows ever stronger.
  • Soon... soon, I shall depart these lands, Person.
  • Rarely have we spoken with Men since the changing of the world.
  • You cannot call yourself a true Elf-friend until you have tasted lembas, Person.
  • A darkness is gathering in these lands. I feel it in my flesh.
  • The strength of the Elves is dwindling here.
  • I have seen years of the sun beyond the count of mortal Men.
  • How long shall I linger here, Person?
  • Gil-galad was an Elven king. Of him the harpers sadly sing. The last whose realm was fair and free, between the mountains and the sea...
  • Welcome to the last fair realm in all Middle-earth, Person.
  • I feel that soon I shall depart these lands, Person. To the sea, to the sea!
  • The time of the Grey Havens approaches. Do you hear the harbour calling, Person?
  • May the stars of Elbereth guide you!
  • May the winds of Manwë show you the way!
  • Aiya Eärendil, elenion ancalima!
  • A star shines on the hour of our meeting, Person.
  • May the wind fill your sails!
  • May the leaves of your life tree never turn brown, Person!
  • Ai, Person!
  • Don't look for trouble, Person - it will come to you.
  • Welcome to my dwelling, Person.
  • Novaer.
  • Namárië.
  • I amar prestar aen, han mathon ne nen, han mathon ne chae a han noston ned wilith.
  • The time of our kin is almost done.
  • Our hearts desire to behold the land of Aman.
  • Soon we shall leave this world.
  • White gulls are calling...
  • The Nameless One has returned. We cannot stay in these lands for long.
  • That which has stood so long against the darkness will now fall.
  • We must depart into the West, or dwindle to a rustic folk of dell and cave, slowly to forget and to be forgotten.
  • That what should be shall be.
  • Our love for this land is deeper than the depths of the Sea.
  • We would rather cast all that we love away than submit to the will of the Dark Lord.
  • The world is changed; I can feel it in the water, I can feel it in the earth, I can smell it in the air.
  • Rumour grows of a shadow in the East. We fear that the Nameless One has returned.
  • The Sea calls us home.
  • The time of the Elves is over.
  • My people are leaving these shores.
  • Some things that should have not been forgotten were lost.
  • Long are the waves on the Last Shore falling.
  • A star rises out of the darkness.
  • Hail, Eärendil, brightest of stars!
  • Can you hear the white gulls calling?
  • A shadow rises in the East.
  • Soon, all lands will be filled with despair and grief, but hope still remains.
  • Our time in this world is ending, but it is not yet quite over.
  • Greetings, traveller from afar! What news do you bring to us from the lands of Men?
  • Welcome to the land of Círdan the Shipwright!
  • These lands were once ruled by Gil-galad, High King of the Noldor. But he was lost, long ago, in the siege of the Dark Tower.
  • One has not truly felt pain until they have crossed the frigid ices of the Helcaraxë.

Hired

  • We Elves are among the finest warriors in all Middle-earth.
  • It has been long indeed since the races of Men and Elves fought side by side, Person.
  • Few can match the prowess of an Elf in combat.
  • The Morgul-scum shall perish by bow and blade!
  • You have our allegiance, Person.
  • I seek to defend all that is good in this world.
  • For Lindon!
  • May the grace of the Valar protect us in combat, Person.
  • Silver means little to an Elf, Person, but we fight for a common cause.
  • My bow shall sing with your sword, Person!
  • The bones of our foes will gleam under the Sun, Person.
  • I shall follow you through shadow and flame! None shall withstand the gleaming light of our swords!
  • Let us cleanse this world of the foul scum of Morgoth!
  • The days grow dark and cold, but the light of the Elves is not yet gone!
  • I fear that the Nameless One has returned. The Shadow must be destroyed before it is too late.
  • In the name of all that is good, let us cleanse this world of evil!
  • We must not allow evil to spread!

Hostile

  • No evil may set foot in the Last Fair Realm!
  • You may not enter Lindon.
  • Person, you may not set foot in Lindon!
  • You breathe so loudly I could have shot you in the dark.
  • You are unwelcome in our lands.
  • Your presence is unwelcome here.
  • You are no Elf-friend, Person!
  • The Enemy has no hold over Lindon!
  • You may not bring evil here, Person!
  • Your darkness shall not poison the Last Fair Realm east of the Sea!
  • To Udûn with you!
  • Go and kiss an Orc!
  • Death to the foes of the Elves!
  • Who brings to us this token of doom?
  • Begone, servant of evil!
  • Go back to the shadow whence you came!
  • We shall not allow evil to enter our realm. Leave now or face our wrath!
  • You bring great evil here, Person. You can go no further.
  • How dare you poison this fair realm with your foul feet?

Lindon LordEdit

Friendly

  • I have many fine warriors for hire, Person.
  • Do you seek to command the forces of Lindon?
  • Have you any silver coins, Person?
  • If you fight for a noble cause, then my forces will support you.
  • Even our Elven warriors require payment, Person.
  • There are few in Middle-earth who can match the prowess of an Elf in battle.
  • You seek to form an alliance with the Elves? Such a thing is rare indeed since the changing of the world.
  • May the grace of the Valar watch over you in battle.
  • May your arrows fly far and your sword cut swiftly!
  • It has been a very long time since Elf and Man have fought together.
  • If you truly fight for the good in this world, my Elves will follow you anywhere.
  • I grant you the finest warriors in all of Lindon!

Neutral

  • Can we trust you, Person?
  • If you wish to lead my Elves into battle, you must increase your standing among our people.
  • Only the greatest of Elf-friends may fight alongside us in battle.
  • No Elf would follow one as young in deeds as you into war, Person.
  • Prove beyond doubt your allegiance to the Elves, Person, and we will fight with you.
  • We Elves do not go idly to war, Person.
  • You, Person, would seek to command my warriors? By the Valar! Does the arrogance of Men know no end?
  • We Elves are skilful and valiant warriors. But you do not have what it takes to command us in battle, Person.
  • We do not yet trust you enough to follow you to war. Prove yourself to my kin!
  • It takes great leadership to command an army of Elves. No ordinary Man can achieve that. Can you?
  • No ordinary Man may command my warriors. You still have much to do before you can lead the Elves.

Lindon SmithEdit

Friendly

  • Greetings, Person. What can I forge for you?
  • The smith-skill of my kin is amongst the greatest in these lands!
  • I have many mighty weapons that I can offer you!
  • No Orc-arrow may pierce the armour that I forge!
  • What do you need, mellon-nin?
  • No spawn of evil may stand against our bows and blades!
  • What can I get you, Person?
  • These are dark times, Person. The Evil has returned. We must defend our borders. It is my duty to provide my friends with weapons.
  • No Orc-blade can match the sharpness and might of my blades!
  • These times are dangerous. Many Orcs have been sighted near our lands... they must be driven away or else the Shadow shall win.
  • The foes of our kin shall tremble beneath the mighty blades that I forge!
  • Since the darkening of Ered Luin, we have not received much new metal. We always require more.
  • The Evil has returned to Angmar. My kin shall soon go to battle. I must prepare the weapons and armour.
  • I am always in need of more metals for my smith-work. I will reward you if you bring me some.
  • I have learnt much of the skills of forging and smithing in my thousands of years of walking in this world.

Hostile

  • Begone, foul scum of Morgoth!
  • You will get nothing from me, spawn of evil.
  • How dare you enter this fair realm? Your doom shall be swift, Person.
  • I will give you nothing, scum!
  • You have no power here, servant of evil!
  • I would rather die than give you any of these weapons!
  • You will have nothing from me but your doom, Person!
  • Leave or face the wrath of my kin!
  • I will not allow you to taint my gleaming armour with your foul hands!
  • Go back to the darkness from which you spawned, scum!
  • Leave this land or face our wrath, Person.
  • I shall not allow evil to taint these lands! Begone!
  • Begone or face the wrath of our kin!
  • Begone from our lands, foul spawn of the Shadow!
  • You will meet your doom before you get any of my weapons!

Neutral

  • I do not trade with any old stranger that passes by...
  • You will have to prove your allegiance to our kin if you wish to make use of our mighty blades, Person.
  • Your presence is still young in my mind. You have not yet proven yourself to our kin.
  • Only a true Elf-friend may wield our mighty weapons!
  • A Man has not entered this realm of Lindon in many a year. You will have to prove yourself to the Noldor if you wish to wield our weapons.
  • The smith-skill of my kin is full of ancient lore and skill...
  • The days are growing ever darker in the world around us, but in this fair realm we shall endure.
  • If you wish to wield our mighty weapons, you will have to do more for our kin.
  • The Evil has returned.
  • You are not yet worthy enough to be entrusted with our bows and blades.
  • No evil shall dare enter the Last Fair Realm under the watch and protection of my kin.
  • War is brooding. I can feel it in the air. Soon, the Evil shall come to our lands.
  • You must prove yourself to our kin if you wish to trade with me.
  • These are dark times, Person. I cannot simply trust any stranger that wanders into our realm.
  • I do not give out the mighty weapons of my forge to any stranger that passes by!

Lindon WarriorEdit

Friendly

  • The time of the Elves is fading, but our strength is not yet gone.
  • I defend the Elves of Lindon.
  • Greetings, Person.
  • We defend the free peoples of Middle-earth.
  • It seems you are a friend of the Elves, Person.
  • May the grace of the Valar protect you.
  • How many Orcs have you slain today, Person?
  • The world is changing, Person... I feel it in my heart.
  • If you fight for freedom, then I am with you.
  • Long ago, an alliance existed between my people and yours. Will you honour that alliance?
  • Ever stronger grows the sway of the Enemy over our lands.
  • Welcome, Person, to the land of Círdan the Shipwright!
  • You shall find no evil in Lindon, Person! Our land is safe and fair.
  • I have protected these shores for many a year.
  • I protect the High Elves of Lindon. No evil shall escape my wrath.
  • The power of the Elves is waning in this world, but our strength is not yet gone!

Hostile

  • By the star of Eärendil, I swear I shall see you slain!
  • You are not welcome in Lindon!
  • You are not welcome in Lindon, Person!
  • You may not set foot in this fair realm!
  • Flee these lands, Person!
  • For Lindon!
  • Perish, you Morgul-demon!
  • No longer shall you darken these lands, Person!
  • I swear by the Valar, I shall put an end to your evil!
  • To Udûn with you!
  • Go and kiss an Orc!
  • Death to the foes of the Elves!
  • Who brings to us this token of doom?
  • Begone, foul servant of the Enemy!
  • Leave this land, or face the edge of our blades!
  • I will not allow evil to taint the land of Lindon. You shall soon meet your doom, Person.
  • By the Valar! How dare you enter this land, Person?
  • Flee, scum of Mordor, or face the a rain of arrows.
  • How dare you poison this fair realm with your foul feet?

HobbitsEdit

Hobbit BartenderEdit

Friendly

  • Good day, Person.
  • Good day!
  • Welcome to The Thirsty Hobbit.
  • Welcome to The Thirsty Hobbit, Person!
  • Another customer! How are you?
  • Do you like ale? We have plenty here.
  • The Thirsty Hobbit is as fine a place to get drunk as you've ever seen.
  • This is The Thirsty Hobbit. The best tavern in all the Shire!
  • And what'll it be today, Person?
  • Looking for a drink?
  • Looking for a drink, Person?
  • Don't you have any silver coins?
  • Silver coins for your dinner?
  • Here at The Thirsty Hobbit, we trade in silver coins!
  • If you have the coins, I have the goods!
  • Welcome to the finest tavern west of Bree!
  • What can I get you, Person?
  • You'll find the finest ale here, Person!
  • For a few silver coins, I can get you anything your stomach desires!

Hostile

  • Get out!
  • Get out of The Thirsty Hobbit!
  • I won't have you causing trouble in my tavern, Person. Get out!
  • You're not welcome in The Thirsty Hobbit.
  • No ale for you!
  • No ale for you, Person.
  • We don't take kindly to folk like you round here.
  • I shan't be serving you anything!
  • No troublemakers like you in The Thirsty Hobbit.
  • Nasty folk like you aren't welcome in The Thirsty Hobbit.
  • Hey, Person! Get out of my tavern!
  • Get out before I call the Shirriffs!
  • I don't serve troublemakers in The Thirsty Hobbit!
  • I will give you nothing for dinner tonight, Person!
  • I don't serve queer folk like you!
  • You won't be getting anything from me, Person!
  • Get out of here, you dirty blighter!
  • I don't want no trouble in here, Person.
  • Let's not be having no trouble, now.
  • I shan't be thinking I'll be serving you anything.
  • No thank-you, Person!
  • No thank-you! We don't want any of your sort in here.

ChildrenEdit

Friendly

  • Is it time for second breakfast yet?
  • Are you Gandalf?
  • Would you like to stay for dinner?
  • Mother says I can have a pipe when I'm older!
  • I want to see Elves! Have you ever met Elves?
  • Hello, Person!
  • You're not a Hobbit, are you?
  • Where do you live, Person?
  • Will you teach me to blow smoke rings?
  • Are you one of the Big Folk, Person?
  • Do you have some tales you could tell me?
  • Good day, Person!
  • I can't wait to be older! I want to go on adventures! Just like that old uncle Bilbo...
  • I hear there are Elves in the woods! Have you seen them?

Hostile

  • I don't like you. Go away.
  • Mother told me not to talk to strange people like you.
  • Go away, Person!
  • You're a nasty person.
  • You're scary.
  • You're one of those weird Big Folk. Leave me alone!
  • You better run or I'll call my father to get you!
  • The Shirriffs will take care of you!
  • I won't talk with weird strangers!
  • I don't like scary strangers!

Hobbit DrunkardEdit

Neutral

  • The road goes ever on and on...
  • Get off my ale!
  • Ring ding diddle diddle I de oh ring di diddly I oh!
  • Roll roll roll roll, roll-roll-rolling down the hole!
  • Heave ho! Splash plump! Down they go, down they bump!
  • But the only brew for the brave and true...
  • Hey ho! To the bottle I go!
  • I drink, therefore I am.
  • Tippity tippity tap! Splish splash splosh!
  • Fear! Fire! Foes!
  • My ale! Mine!
  • Do not turn me about so, Person. My stomach is not constant.
  • Stop walking on the wall, Person! Ho! Ho!
  • Here and there, ale is everywhere!
  • I couldn't live without my ale!
  • The ale is mine!
  • Up and down and left and right, I will drink until the end of night!
  • Teh to ti ti tum!
  • Trolls have layers!
  • More ale in my pail!
  • These Orcs are crazy!
  • Mushroom! Mushroom! Mushroom!
  • Never fear quarrels, but seek hazardous adventure!
  • He can be found in marsh, over hill, under tree, and where the water licks the land!
  • I used to be an adventurer, just like you. Then I discovered ale!
  • *hic*
  • Help! Everything is square! How long have I been here? Am I going mad? Please help me, Person!
  • Yo ho ho and a bottle of your finest ale!
  • They see me! They see you! They see everything!
  • Spring is coming, at least I think it is! What am I saying? More ale all round!
  • A fine pail of ale is finer than a fresh quail of nail!
  • Where is my Hobbit-hole?
  • A song! A song!
  • Sing, Person! Sing!
  • My singing talent eclipses even that of the Elves!
  • Give me a reason to fight and I shall drink ale!
  • Hill. Tree. Lake. Another hill. Yellow!
  • Praise be to the Great Lion!
  • Not all those who wander are lost, Person!
  • You're a little small for an Oliphaunt!
  • Well, well, haven't you come a long way! I haven't seen you in years, Person!

Hobbit FarmerEdit

Friendly

  • Good day, Person!
  • Hello there, Person! Do you want to buy any crops?
  • You after some fine crops, Person?
  • I have some fine farmhands ready for hire.
  • Want to hire some farm workers? Just bring me some silver coins.
  • The harvest is plentiful this time of year!
  • And how are you today, Person?
  • Got any farming equipment? I'll offer you a good price.
  • Welcome to the farm, Person!
  • You're a little tall for a Hobbit, aren't you?
  • I hope you've not been stealing any crops!
  • Looking for some good crops, Person? Well then, you've come to the right place!
  • This is the best here farm in all the Shire!
  • I have some fresh crops that you'll like!
  • I offer you the best crops in all the Shire!
  • I'm always in need of new farming tools! Get me some and we can trade!
  • My farmhands are the hardest-working in this entire farthing! Bring me some silver coins and you can hire some!
  • Don't forget to not step on my crops!

Hostile

  • Strange folk have been seen in these parts, and you look like one of them.
  • I hear you've been causing trouble round here.
  • You look like a troublemaker!
  • You look like a troublemaker, Person.
  • Aren't you one of those strange folk I've heard talk of?
  • Stay away from the Shire, Person.
  • Stay out of the Shire!
  • I shan't be lending you any of my pipeweed!
  • We don't take kindly to folk like you.
  • You're not a nice fellow, Person.
  • There's talk of strange folk round here. Might you be one of them?
  • If you'll be begging my pardon, you make me feel uncomfortable.
  • You're one for the Mewlips, Person!
  • I knew you queer old Big Folk were trouble!
  • We don't appreciate folk like you in the Shire.
  • The Shire is no place for troublemakers like you!
  • You'd better leave the Shire, Person, or I'll call the Shirriffs!
  • I've seen strange folk lurking around these parts, and you remind me of one of them. I don't trust you.

Hobbit FarmhandEdit

Hired

  • Hello there, mister Person!
  • Am I doing my job well, mister Person?
  • Po-ta-toes! Boil 'em, mash 'em, stick 'em in a stew...
  • I ain't been dropping no eaves, mister Person, I swear!
  • We Hobbits of the Shire are the best farmers in all Middle-earth!
  • And how are you today, mister Person?
  • I can't wait to get back to work!
  • A day spent on the fields is a good day indeed, mister Person.
  • It's almost harvest time!
  • I wasn't lollygagging. I'm doing my job, sir!
  • I'm doing my duty!
  • I can't wait for spring to come!
  • Harvest time is coming soon!
  • What can I do for you, Person?

HobbitEdit

Friendly

  • Short cuts make for long delays!
  • Good day, Person.
  • Good day!
  • May the hair on your toes never fall out, Person!
  • May the hair on your toes never fall out.
  • The road goes ever on and on...
  • Adventures? Nasty things, they are. Make you late for dinner.
  • Is it time for second breakfast yet?
  • Welcome to the Shire!
  • Welcome to the Shire, Person!
  • The only brew for the brave and true... comes from the Green Dragon!
  • Where would we Hobbits be without pipeweed?
  • Don't you wish you lived in a Hobbit hole too?
  • Hobbit holes! Warmth, good food, and comfort.
  • It's a dangerous business, going out your front door.
  • And how are you today, Person?
  • The Sackville-Bagginses came for lunch yesterday. Now I can't find any of my plates, nor my mugs...
  • Good day to you, Person! How are you doing?
  • There's nothing quite like a pint of ale from the Green Dragon!
  • Greetings, Person! I've seldom seen Big Folk like you around these parts!
  • Welcome to the Shire, traveller from afar! What news do you bring from the wide world?
  • I don't know what I'd do without a good leaf of Longbottom on a hot summer's day!
  • I have relatives in Buckland. They're funny fellows...
  • The market in Stock is a great place for food, drink and pipeweed!
  • Have you seen the frogs in the marshes around Frogmorton way?
  • The Northern Moors are wild and windy, but full of fine inns with homely hearths.
  • Have you any pipeweed, Person?
  • People tell of Elves in the woods near Willowbottom. I reckon it's just the Largefoot family!
  • It's best to avoid Sarn Ford. That's where all the travelling folk meet, and some of them can be very queer!
  • This here field is full of rabbits! Better get the little ones to chase them off!
  • I don't want any adventures, thank you very much!
  • My knowledge of potatoes is second to only the Gamgees!
  • On a breezy day I like to lie beneath an oak tree and sleep. Like we hobbits should!
  • Longbottom is the leaf of wonders! Is it not, Person?
  • My flowerbeds could do with a good sprinkling!
  • Hello, Person. Are you staying long?
  • For a jolly day out I suggest Needlehole... or food!
  • A fine meal is always the best option!
  • Mmm, buttered potato and peas...
  • I find farming to be a pleasant pastime! Have you tried it, Person?
  • The finest pleasure is a meal well done. Do you know that feeling, Person?
  • These Big Folk! They come over here and steal our farms. Keep the Shire for the Hobbits, that's what I say!
  • Anyone for a third breakfast?
  • Pipeweed is good. Mushrooms are better!
  • I am fond of mushrooms out of a field.
  • Good plain food is the food for me.
  • I go to bed late and get up late for breakfast. It's the only way to be!
  • Gardening is a fine way to spend a day.
  • A cup of tea for me!
  • The parties in the Shire are the best you'll ever see. Food, drink and merriment!
  • My relatives in Bree tell of strange goings-on...
  • You're almost as tall as old Bullroarer was! Have you heard the tale of how he created the game of golf?
  • They say the rich families keep treasure in their burrows. Chests packed with gold and silver... and jools!

Hostile

  • Strange folk have been seen in these parts, and you look like one of them.
  • I hear you've been causing trouble round here.
  • You look like a troublemaker!
  • You look like a troublemaker, Person.
  • Aren't you one of those strange folk I've heard talk of?
  • Stay away from the Shire, Person.
  • Stay out of the Shire!
  • I shan't be lending you any of my pipeweed!
  • We don't take kindly to folk like you.
  • You're not a nice fellow, Person.
  • There's talk of strange folk round here. Might you be one of them?
  • If you'll be begging my pardon, you make me feel uncomfortable.
  • You're one for the Mewlips, Person!
  • I knew you queer old Big Folk were trouble!
  • We don't appreciate folk like you in the Shire.
  • The Shire is no place for troublemakers like you!
  • You'd better leave the Shire, Person, or I'll call the Shirriffs!
  • I've seen strange folk lurking around these parts, and you remind me of one of them. I don't trust you.
  • Get off my land!
  • Get off my land, Person!
  • My pitchfork is pointy enough to make you think twice about returning to the Shire!
  • Don't try any of your Big Folk tricks on me!
  • Don't try any of your Big Folk tricks on me, Person!
  • May you never savour Longbottom Leaf again!
  • I knew I couldn't trust you. Your feet are too small!
  • The Shire has been peaceful for hundreds of years and I daresay you'll regret changing that!
  • The Green Dragon will never serve you!
  • Leave me in peace!
  • Leave me in peace, Person!
  • My cousin owns some very large dogs. You don't want to meet them, do you?
  • Interrupter of the peace!
  • Stop! Troublemaker!
  • Old Bullroarer would knock you down a hole or two!
  • Stay away from my potatoes!
  • The Shirriffs will see to you, Person!
  • The wolf that one hears is worse than the Orc that one fears. But get between a Hobbit and their peace...
  • Only a fool would interrupt my mealtimes!
  • Second breakfast would be too good for you, Person!
  • Go back over the hedge!
  • Strange folk meet strange ends!
  • Don't make me fetch my scythe!
  • Go back over the hedge, Person!
  • You may be taller than me, Person. But you're greater in no other way!
  • A troublemaker I see? The Shire only welcomes Hobbits! Begone!
  • Folk like you should have been given a good drownding!
  • You must be one of those ne'er-do-wells I keep hearing talk of!
  • We in the Shire don't take kindly to ne'er-do-wells like you, Person.
  • Back off!
  • You're a ne'er-do-well if I ever saw one, Person.
  • I don't want no trouble, Person!
  • Now, now, let's not be having no trouble!
  • I don't want no trouble with you, Person.
  • I don't mean no harm, Person, but your kind aren't welcome here.

Hobbit OrcharderEdit

Friendly

  • Good day, Person.
  • Good day!
  • Welcome to my orchard, Person!
  • And how are you on this fine day, Person?
  • I have enough fruit to feed half the Shire!
  • Do you want to buy any fruits of the orchard, Person?
  • If you cut down any trees, please replant them!
  • These fruits are so tasty!
  • Got any silver coins? I have some fine produce for sale.
  • I hope you're not trespassing!
  • Don't cut down too many trees!
  • I offer you the finest fruit in all the Shire!
  • What can I get you, Person?
  • If you've got some silver coins, then we can trade!
  • My orchard always has fresh fruit for my customers!

Hobbit ShirriffEdit

Friendly

  • Good day to you!
  • Good day, Person!
  • Have you seen any troublemakers round here?
  • I protect these lands as best I can, Person.
  • Is it time for second breakfast yet?
  • I can't wait to get back to my Hobbit hole. Warm food and comfort!
  • Let me know if you see anything troublesome.
  • As long as I'm on duty, may the hair on your toes never fall out!
  • I haven't eaten for at least an hour.
  • The lack of food is the worst thing about being on duty, Person.
  • If I get promoted, I'll be able to ride a real horse!
  • With us Shirriffs keeping the Shire safe, you've nothing to worry about!
  • Have you seen any mischief around these parts, Person?
  • It's my duty to put a stop to mischief, wherever I see it!
  • My duty is to protect the Shire and its folk!
  • Sometimes I wish I could spend all day smoking my pipe. But duty is duty!
  • No queer folk shall trouble the Shire on my watch!
  • Just a few more hours and I'll be off to the closest tavern.
  • Some very odd folk come to the Shire these days, Person. I fear that they bring trouble!

Hired

  • Good day, Person.
  • Let's go and root out some troublemakers.
  • For the Shire!
  • Is it time for second breakfast yet?
  • May the hair on your toes never fall out, Chief!
  • What would you have me do, Chief?
  • On duty, Chief!
  • There must be some troublemakers round here.
  • If you see any mischief, I'll put a stop to it!
  • Time to put a stop to some mischief!
  • Let's drive the troublemakers out of our lands!
  • I can't wait to face my first troublemaker!
  • I will do as you ask, Chief!
  • I protect the Shire from mischief!
  • What do you need, Chief?

Hostile

  • And what do you think you're up to, Person?
  • Troublemaker! We don't tolerate you in these parts!
  • Get out of the Shire, Person!
  • Get out of the Shire!
  • I'll be reporting you to my old Gaffer!
  • Stay away from the Shire!
  • You're pushing your luck, coming into these parts.
  • So you're one of these troublemakers I've been hearing about. Stay away, Person!
  • Uncouth folk like you aren't welcome here, Person!
  • Just what do you think you're doing coming into the Shire, Person?
  • By the feather in my hat, I'll put a stop to your mischief!
  • I will not allow you to cause mischief here, Person! Leave the Shire!
  • I knew you were up to no good!
  • We do not appreciate troublemakers such as you in the Shire!
  • Stop causing trouble or you'll have trouble with me, Person!
  • Don't think you can get away with your mischief, Person!

Hobbit Shirriff ChiefEdit

Friendly

  • Would you like to hire some Shirriffs, Person?
  • I can lend you some of my Shirriffs for a small sum of coins.
  • Are you looking to hire some well-trained Hobbits, Person?
  • Hobbit Shirriffs are very well-trained lawkeepers, and my Shirriffs are the best of the best!
  • If you bring me some silver coins, I may be able to spare a Shirriff or two for your service.
  • You're a very decent fellow for one of the Big Folk, Person.
  • I've heard tales of your good deeds, Person. If you want a fine force of lawkeepers, just bring me some silver coins!
  • Good day, Person. I have many fine Shirriffs for hire.
  • Looking to hire some Shirriffs, friend? Just bring me a few silver coins.
  • How long have I been in this tavern, you ask? Well that's none of your business!
  • This ale is delicious! Oh - hello again, Person.
  • Good day, Person! May the hair on your toes never fall out.
  • Don't worry, I am supposed to be in this here tavern... yes, I'm off-duty. Yes, that's it. Off you go!
  • If you have the coins, I can offer you some of my finest Shirriffs.
  • I have some fine Shirriffs for hire if you're interested!
  • My hobbits are the best lawkeepers in the entire farthing!
  • Do you want to join me and have some ale, or do you want to hire some of my fine Shirriffs?
  • Even I need a break now and then. Keeping the law is a tough job, Person.

Neutral

  • Good day, Person. Have I seen you around these parts before?
  • If you're looking to hire Shirriffs, you'll have to earn a bit of prestige first.
  • You're looking to hire my Shirriffs? Firstly, you're one of the Big Folk, and secondly, I haven't even heard of you!
  • Good day, Person.
  • You don't look like you're from around these parts, Person.
  • How are things in the Shire today, Person?
  • You shan't be hiring any of my Shirriffs until I know I can trust you a bit more!
  • And what are you after, Person? You'll have to prove I can trust you if you want to hire my Shirriffs.
  • Don't worry, I'm supposed to be in this here tavern... yes, I'm off-duty. Yes, that's it.
  • Even us Shirriff Chiefs have to have some time off, Person!
  • No, I'm not drunk, Person. Not drunk at all.
  • This ale is delicious! Oh - what do you want?
  • How long have I been in this tavern, you ask? Well that's none of your business!
  • Hello, Person! You're a new face in this farthing. I've not seen you before.
  • If you want some of my fine Hobbits to serve you, you'll have to do some more favours for the folk here first, Person.
  • I've not seen you before!
  • I've not seen one of you Big Folk for a while.
  • You'll need to do more good deeds if you want some of my Shirriffs, Person.

IsengardEdit

Uruk ChieftainEdit

Friendly

  • What do silver coins and Man-flesh have in common? I never have enough of them!
  • You want some mercenaries, Person? I want some coins.
  • Get your fighting Uruk-hai here! Starting at just a few silver coins!
  • I want to get my stinking hands on some more silver coins!
  • My Uruk-hai are the strongest Orcs in all Middle-earth!
  • Your foes will tremble before our Warg riders, Person!
  • Bring me some silver coins, maggot!
  • I can build you an army worthy of Mordor!
  • Get me some coins and I'll get you some troops!
  • I got some fine troops that're good for killing!
  • If you get me some coins, I will sell you some of my boys!
  • My boys will serve you well in the slaying of those filthy horse-men!
  • No enemy may stand against the might of my fighting Uruk-hai!

Neutral

  • You think I'd sell mercenaries to scum like you? Ha!
  • Only the foulest of Men can command Uruk-hai, Person.
  • Work some more evil, and then perhaps I'll consider trading units with you.
  • Come back when you've proven your worth, maggot.
  • I'm not selling any Uruk-hai to you until you kill some more filthy enemies!
  • You can barely even ride a Warg, so why should I let you hire any stinking Goblin-Men?
  • Filth like you wanting to hire Uruk-hai? What's the next trick?
  • Go kill some of those filthy horse-men and then I might consider letting you command my mighty Uruk-hai.
  • Prove your worth, filth, and then come back!
  • You want some of my fine Uruk-hai! Ha! What kind of joke is this?
  • You won't be getting any soldiers from me, maggot. Go cut some heads and then come back!
  • You're not getting any soldiers from me, maggot! Start killing some Men or beat it!

Uruk TraderEdit

Friendly

  • We Orcs like silver coins as much as the next race, you know...
  • Bring me coins if you want equipment, filth!
  • So you have proven yourself, Person. Now we can trade.
  • A nice little stinking sum of silver coins might be nice.
  • If you want to trade, bring some coins, and keep it quiet.
  • I can never have enough silver coins, maggot!
  • I might be interested in buying some materials.
  • Certain materials can fetch a good price among traders like myself.
  • What do you want, maggot?
  • You want some equipment? Get me some coins first, maggot!
  • Get me some coins and I'll sell you some tools!
  • If you want some of my fine equipment, then bring some coins!
  • I sell the finest equipment and the sharpest blades!
  • I don't usually trade with filthy Men, but you're good enough.

Neutral

  • Come crawling back when you've proved your worth, weakling.
  • The stench of evil on you is not yet strong enough, Person.
  • If you wish to trade, you must prove your worth among our forces!
  • I've seen more threatening Halflings than you!
  • You want to trade? Come back when you're further down the path of darkness, scum.
  • Go and slay a few stinking Elves, and then perhaps we can trade.
  • If you want any Uruk equipment, you'll have to work more evil first.
  • There's no way I'm trading with a maggot like you!
  • Do you think I just hand out equipment to anyone, maggot?
  • I don't trade with scum like you!
  • Kill some of those filthy horse-men and then we can talk!
  • Prove your worth, filth!
  • You won't be getting any equipment from me, maggot!
  • I don't trust filthy Men like you! Beat it, scum.

UrukEdit

Friendly

  • Filthy maggot! Oh, it's you, Person...
  • I seek Man-flesh!
  • Where is the Man-flesh?
  • What do you want?
  • You still don't look like a Goblin-Man, Person!
  • I've had nothing but maggoty bread for three stinking days!
  • Maggoty bread again? Give me some Man-flesh!
  • I can't wait to get my teeth into some Man-flesh!
  • At your service, Person!
  • Soon, Person! Soon we will be at war with the filthy sons of Men!
  • What are you after?
  • The air is foul here.
  • We serve a common master, Person.
  • We shall break their bones and feast on their flesh!
  • Death to the kingdoms of Men! Death to the filthy Elves!
  • We shall swarm into the lands of the free peoples like a plague! Leave nothing alive!
  • What orders from our lord, Person?
  • These rags stink!
  • The world of Men shall be broken and destroyed.
  • Ruin! Ruin to the free peoples!
  • Something smells disgusting here. It's you, Person! Go away!

Hired

  • Where's the nearest Man-flesh? I'm starving here!
  • What are your orders, my lord?
  • You may be my commander, Person, but you're still a filthy maggot!
  • I smell Man-flesh!
  • Lead us to war, Person!
  • The air is ripe with the stink of fear!
  • I've had nothing to eat but maggoty bread for three stinking days!
  • The free peoples of the earth shall fall before our might!
  • Death! Death to all who oppose us!

Hostile

  • Have you not been driven out by our armies yet, scum?
  • I'll bleed you like a stuck pig!
  • Enjoy your last breath, scum!
  • You're nice and fresh!
  • Kill the scum!
  • Looks like meat's back on the menu, boys!
  • You stink of fear!
  • Die, Man-scum!
  • Your blood smells fresh!
  • I'll skewer you like a piece of meat!
  • You'd better start running, maggot!
  • Come any closer and I'll stick you like a fresh cut of meat!
  • We dine on Man-flesh tonight!

Neutral

  • I smell Man-flesh!
  • I've had nothing but maggoty bread for three stinking days!
  • What are you after, maggot?
  • Follow your orders, scum!
  • You don't look like a Goblin-Man!
  • Do you want something?
  • Don't just stand there! Do something!
  • I don't trust you, maggot!
  • Whom do you serve?
  • Move along, scum!
  • Are you trying to start a fight?
  • You stink!

Skirmish

  • You trying to start a skirmish?
  • Trying to start a skirmish?
  • Nobody touches me, you filthy maggot!
  • I'll skewer you like a piece of meat!
  • You trying to start something?
  • I'll have your guts for garters, scum!
  • What are you looking at me like that for, scum?
  • I'll have your head on a spike, maggot!
  • I'll bleed you like a stuck pig!
  • Looks like it's time for a skirmish!
  • Nobody skirmishes with me and gets away with it!
  • You looking for a skirmish, filthy maggot?
  • Let's see you look at me like that with my blade stuck through you!
  • You asking for a skirmish?
  • Who are you calling a filthy maggot?
  • You after a scuffle, scum?
  • Want a fight, you filthy piece of meat?
  • I'll make dinner out of you, maggot!
  • You think you can beat me, filth?
  • You shall pay for that, you filthy worm!
  • I'll squish you like the filthy little worm you are!
  • You'll be dinner once I'm done with you, maggot!

MordorEdit

Mordor Orc ChieftainEdit

Friendly

  • What do silver coins and Man-flesh have in common? I never have enough of them!
  • You want some mercenaries, Person? I want some coins.
  • Get your fighting Orcs here! Starting at just a few silver coins!
  • I want to get my stinking hands on some more silver coins!
  • The forces of Mordor are ready for hire, maggot!
  • Mordor has many fine stinking Orcs for you to command!
  • The filth of Lugbúrz doesn't come cheap, Person!
  • You want to hire some maggots from Lugbúrz? Just bring me some stinking coins!
  • You want my boys, you can have them! For a dozen silver coins of course. Ha! Ha!
  • My boys are the finest Orcs in all of Mordor! They'll serve you well - for the right price...
  • Orcs aren't free. You'll need to give me some coins, or no deal!
  • Come and get your warrior Orcs here!

Neutral

  • You think I'd sell mercenaries to scum like you? Ha!
  • Only the foulest of Men can command Orcs, Person.
  • Work some more evil, and then perhaps I'll consider trading units with you.
  • Come back when you've proven your worth, maggot.
  • I'm not selling any Orcs to you until you kill some more filthy enemies!
  • The Orcs of Mordor would never follow a weakling like you, Person!
  • You think Lugbúrz just hands out Orcs to any old maggot?
  • You will need to prove yourself to the Eye, if you wish to command his mighty orcs.
  • I don't just let any old maggot hire my Orcs! Come back when you have some Man-blood on your hands!
  • Go kill some of those filthy Gondorians and then I might let you hire some of my fine Orcs.
  • My Orcs only follow true servants of the Eye.
  • Prove yourself to the Eye and I will let you command my Orcs!

Slave of NúrnEdit

Hired

  • What does my master command?
  • What would you have me farm, my lord?
  • Must get back to work.
  • I fear the lash...
  • I am working as hard as I can, my lord.
  • What is my next task, my lord Person?
  • All these crops, and not a scrap for us to eat...
  • What do you require of me, master?
  • I will do as you command.
  • Can I have some bread, master?
  • I'm working as hard as I can! Please, no more lashes!
  • What do you want me to do, my lord Person?

Neutral

  • Must get back to work.
  • I fear the lash...
  • The Eye watches, always, always, always...
  • The great Eye is ever watchful, Person.
  • Freedom? Ha! We have no freedom here, Person.
  • This work is hard, but I must not complain.
  • The very air is foul here!
  • All these crops, and not a scrap for us to eat...
  • Maybe... maybe one day I shall be free.
  • Truly, Person, the strength of Men has failed.
  • You men of the darkness are worse than the foulest Morgul-scum.
  • I have lived on these farms, and it seems I shall die on these farms.
  • If I don't get back to work soon, I will get another ten lashes!
  • I must obey. I must serve the ever-watching Eye.
  • His gaze is ever upon us. We will never be free.
  • The Eye's armies do not feed themselves, Person! We must do his bidding or face death and torture!
  • Shall I ever be free?
  • Is there still hope beyond the walls of Mordor?

OrcsEdit

Friendly

  • Filthy maggot! Oh, it's you, Person...
  • I seek Man-flesh!
  • Where is the Man-flesh?
  • What do you want?
  • You still don't look like a Goblin-Man, Person!
  • I've had nothing but maggoty bread for three stinking days!
  • Maggoty bread again? Give me some Man-flesh!
  • I can't wait to get my teeth into some Man-flesh!
  • At your service, Person!
  • Soon, Person! Soon we will be at war with the filthy sons of Men!
  • What are you after?
  • The air is foul here.
  • We serve a common master, Person.
  • We shall break their bones and feast on their flesh!
  • Death to the kingdoms of Men! Death to the filthy Elves!
  • We shall swarm into the lands of the free peoples like a plague! Leave nothing alive!
  • What orders from our lord, Person?
  • These rags stink!
  • The world of Men shall be broken and destroyed.
  • Ruin! Ruin to the free peoples!
  • Something smells disgusting here. It's you, Person! Go away!
  • You're not bad for a Man!
  • Man-flesh!
  • The Eye speaks highly of you, Person.
  • If you can get me some Man-flesh, I won't eat you instead! Ha! Ha!
  • The Master is readying us for war. Soon the world of Men shall fall.

Hired

  • Where's the nearest Man-flesh? I'm starving here!
  • What are your orders, my lord?
  • You may be my commander, Person, but you're still a filthy maggot!
  • I smell Man-flesh!
  • Lead us to war, Person!
  • The air is ripe with the stink of fear!
  • I've had nothing to eat but maggoty bread for three stinking days!
  • The free peoples of the earth shall fall before our might!
  • Death! Death to all who oppose us!
  • Shall we hunt some Man-flesh, Person?
  • My stomach is dying for Man-flesh!
  • I am ready to hunt some Man-scum.
  • Death to those filthy Men of Gondor, and all their allies!
  • Let us wreak havoc upon the world of Men!

Hostile

  • Have you not been driven out by our armies yet, scum?
  • I'll bleed you like a stuck pig!
  • Enjoy your last breath, scum!
  • You're nice and fresh!
  • Kill the scum!
  • Looks like meat's back on the menu, boys!
  • You stink of fear!
  • Die, Man-scum!
  • Your blood smells fresh!
  • I'll skewer you like a piece of meat!
  • You'd better start running, maggot!
  • Come any closer and I'll stick you like a fresh cut of meat!
  • We dine on Man-flesh tonight!
  • Once I'm done with you, you'll be nothing but a pile of bones!
  • I will feast on your flesh, Man-filth!
  • I'll make dinner out of you!
  • You've messed with the wrong Orc, Man-scum!
  • I will have your head, scum of Gondor!

Neutral

  • I smell Man-flesh!
  • I've had nothing but maggoty bread for three stinking days!
  • What are you after, maggot?
  • Follow your orders, scum!
  • You don't look like a Goblin-Man!
  • Do you want something?
  • Don't just stand there! Do something!
  • I don't trust you, maggot!
  • Whom do you serve?
  • Move along, scum!
  • Are you trying to start a fight?
  • You stink!
  • You smell like a rotten maggot!
  • I don't trust filthy Men!
  • Do you serve the great Eye, or those filthy Gondorians?
  • Get out of my sight, worm!
  • Get back to work, scum!

Skirmish

  • You trying to start a skirmish?
  • Trying to start a skirmish?
  • Nobody touches me, you filthy maggot!
  • I'll skewer you like a piece of meat!
  • You trying to start something?
  • I'll have your guts for garters, scum!
  • What are you looking at me like that for, scum?
  • I'll have your head on a spike, maggot!
  • I'll bleed you like a stuck pig!
  • Looks like it's time for a skirmish!
  • Nobody skirmishes with me and gets away with it!
  • You looking for a skirmish, filthy maggot?
  • Let's see you look at me like that with my blade stuck through you!
  • You asking for a skirmish?
  • Who are you calling a filthy maggot?
  • You after a scuffle, scum?
  • Want a fight, you filthy piece of meat?
  • I'll make dinner out of you, maggot!
  • You think you can beat me, filth?
  • You shall pay for that, you filthy worm!
  • I'll squish you like the filthy little worm you are!
  • You'll be dinner once I'm done with you, maggot!

Orc SlaverEdit

Friendly

  • Get your stinking slaves here!
  • My slaves are excellent farmers, Person, but I don't give them away for free!
  • You after some slaves, my lord?
  • I have plenty of filthy maggots ready for sale!
  • You'd better be filthy rich, Person, because these slaves ain't cheap!
  • You bring out your coins and I'll bring out my slaves!
  • Looking to buy some slaves of Núrn, my lord?
  • These slaves don't come cheap, you know!
  • Welcome, welcome, lord Person, to the beautiful land of Núrn! How many slaves would you like to buy?
  • So, how many slaves are you after?
  • Would you like to buy a slave? Of course you would!
  • Slaves aren't cheap!
  • Come and get your slaves here!
  • I offer you the best slaves in all of Núrn!
  • For just a few silver coins, you can command your own slave!
  • These slaves are fine workers - if you lash them enough! Ha! Ha!

Neutral

  • Get back to work, scum! Mordor's armies ain't going to feed themselves!
  • A filthy maggot like you trying to hire some slaves? Hahaha!
  • Only the foulest of Men get to hire my slaves, Person!
  • You want to hire my slaves? Is this a joke?
  • I'm not selling any slaves to the likes of you, maggot!
  • If you want to buy slaves from me, you'll have to do some more evil.
  • Are you a slave, or what?
  • Get back to work! Oh, you're not a slave? But you may as well be, scum!
  • You want to hire slaves from me? Bad joke, Man-scum!
  • Get back to work!
  • Those crops won't grow themselves!
  • You want some slaves, maggot? Prove yourself to the Eye first!
  • You're not getting any of my slaves, filth!
  • You won't be getting any slaves from me until you do some evil!
  • Come back when you're not a filthy worm any more!
  • In my eyes, you're just another slave! Come back when you have proven your allegiance to the Eye.

Mordor Orc TraderEdit

Friendly

  • Orcs like silver coins as much as the next race, you know...
  • Bring me coins if you want equipment.
  • So you have proven yourself, Person. Now we can trade.
  • A nice little stinking sum of silver coins might be nice.
  • If you want to trade, bring some coins, and keep it quiet.
  • An Orc can never have enough silver coins, maggot!
  • I might be interested in buying some materials.
  • Certain materials can fetch a good price among traders like myself.
  • I love crunching on a nice Elf bone!
  • Come and get your goods here, maggot!
  • I'll sell you the finest Orc-tools for a low price!
  • I have many fine treasures that might interest you! Come and get a look, maggot!
  • Silver coins is all I care about! Do you have them, Person?
  • You have the coins, I have the goods! Come and get some!

Neutral

  • Come crawling back when you've proved your worth, weakling.
  • The stench of evil on you is not yet strong enough, Person.
  • If you wish to trade, you must prove your worth among our forces!
  • I've seen more threatening Halflings than you!
  • You want to trade? Come back when you're further down the path of darkness, scum.
  • Go and slay a few stinking Elves, and then perhaps we can trade.
  • If you want any Orcish equipment, you'll have to work more evil first.
  • There's no way I'm trading with a maggot like you!
  • Do you think the Lord of the Black Land just lets me hand out equipment to anyone, maggot?
  • Come back when you've done some evil!
  • I don't sell my treasures to any maggot that passes by!
  • Prove yourself to the Eye if you wish to get your hands on some of my fine goods!
  • I don't trust you, maggot! Go and kill some of those filthy Gondorians and then I might sell you something!
  • Don't show me your ugly face again until you've done your service in the name of the Eye.

MoredainEdit

Moredain ChieftainEdit

Friendly

  • Do you seek my noble company, Person?
  • You are indeed a brave warrior!
  • Let us trade tales of honour and bravery!
  • Let us share a mango together!
  • You are indeed a Man of great bravery, Person!
  • The Forest-Men have been cowering from you!
  • You come to hire my men? I have plenty of fierce warriors, Person.
  • Person! Have you been fighting in the North?
  • I hope the Forest-Men speak our names in fear, Person!
  • The stars in the North make me dizzy. Have you felt this too?
  • The Great Lion finds you worthy to lead my men, Person.
  • Men wait to be led to their glory by you, Person!
  • The finest warriors cost a pretty penny!
  • Even mangoes do not buy an honourable warrior! I hope you come with money!
  • My men would be proud to serve under your banner.
  • Many fine tribesmen have fallen in battle and met the Great Lion. Many more would meet him for you!
  • Your blade speaks finer than even the flaming Eye!
  • Are you to serve in the North for the flaming Eye?
  • For only a small commission my men will slice the throats of your enemies.
  • An enemy of my enemy is my friend!
  • I sell no ordinary mercenaries!
  • I hear tell of tall Men in the far south. I fear they may be trouble.
  • My warriors can be your warriors, Person!
  • I have the finest waters of the Snake-Men, but they make warriors weak!
  • The Great Lion roars at night.
  • My warriors would serve you bravely!

Neutral

  • My honour is proven. Do you wish to prove yours, Person?
  • You wish to control my men? Prove your valour!
  • You are not yet worthy of mango. May you become so.
  • My men serve no commoner, Person!
  • My men slaughter Forest-Men every day!
  • Who are you, Person? I have never heard your name in these lands.
  • Person? What a common name!
  • The best animal to hunt is Forest-Man!
  • Flamingos have more bravery than you, Person. Prove your worth!
  • Your blade has not yet tasted Forest-Man, Person.
  • I am a proven warrior. What are you?
  • The flaming Eye will soon notice my name!
  • Mangoes are the fruit of true warlords!
  • Even the Great Lion trembles before me!
  • You must work harder for your rewards, Person.
  • Soon my turn will come to see the Great Lion.
  • I have others more worthy of my time.
  • I wish to speak to honourable Men. Move out of my way, Person!
  • Us Men of the Plains deserve more Men like me!
  • I do certainly desire to consume a mango.
  • I have the finest waters of the Snake-Men!
  • The only Men you will lead are the banana-collectors, Person.
  • Seek your honour in the North with the flaming Eye!
  • Return with the lives of enemies upon your sword!

MoredainEdit

Friendly

  • The filthy Forest-Men hide in their trees. So we chop them down.
  • The fruits of our land are sweeter even than the wines of the Snake-Men!
  • War makes men!
  • At night the Great Lion prowls the plains. Make sure you are safe, Person.
  • Person! Do you come to bring tidings of the war?
  • Even our chieftains fear the flaming Eye.
  • May the Great Lion never devour your offspring!
  • The banner of our men stands stronger than ever.
  • Do you seek meat or merriment, Person?
  • The flaming Eye seeks to burn the Men of the North.
  • Have you seen the North, Person? They say the stars are strange there.
  • When the Great Lion roars, even the flaming Eye trembles.
  • A true warrior has the blood of the lion!
  • Gold and meat. What more do I need?
  • My dagger has pierced many a Forest-Man.
  • The Men of the forest have the strength of a twig, the pride of a mango, and the wits of a Troll-Man!
  • The stars foretell death.
  • War is imminent. I shall finally be able to prove my strength!
  • The Forest-Men will fall to our warriors soon!
  • Person, have you come to listen to my brave deeds?
  • My blade will stain the forest red!
  • If you want to kill Forest-Men, Person, then join me, friend!
  • Our chieftains say that we must fight alongside the Troll-Men in the great war.
  • Beware the Troll-Men, Person. They are demons in the form of Men.
  • The Troll-Men may march with us in the war to come, but I fear and hate them no less for this.
  • As long as we can remember, the Troll-Men have raided our villages and murdered our people. And now we must fight alongside them? I do not like this, Person.
  • The tribes of the great forests have long been our enemies.
  • I know little of the Men in the North, but our chieftains say we must march to war against them. So we shall.

Hired

  • If I die fighting, my family shall be proud!
  • May the Great Lion bless our weapons!
  • Person, do we stop for meat?
  • I can finally prove myself in battle!
  • The wind holds tidings of war.
  • I hope one day to return to my tribe.
  • My feet are sore, Person.
  • Are we to fight for the flaming Eye?
  • It would take a lake to quench my thirst!
  • You fight like a lord, Person.
  • I have hunted zebra and crocodile. One day I shall hunt Forest-Man!
  • It is merely a flesh wound.
  • I smell battle!
  • My children shall be big when I return!
  • When a man dies, his soul meets the Great Lion. Some day I too will meet him.
  • I have trained for many a day in the heat of the plains.
  • Some fruit and Snake-Man water would be a blessing!
  • One day the lands will return to the greatest of the lions.
  • The flaming Eye fills me with fear, Person.
  • A banana is always welcome on my plate!
  • Person, where are we headed today?
  • Person! Please don't put me on guard duty again!
  • I know no fear!
  • Filthy Forest-Men fear my name!
  • Time for drinking!

Hostile

  • The Great Lion will devour your soul, Person!
  • Flee, coward!
  • May you never taste mango again!
  • The flaming Eye will destroy you!
  • Did the Forest-Men send you?
  • Person, your name will be lost to the wind!
  • Another soul for my blade to feed on!
  • An enemy of the tribes has no friends in these lands!
  • Go back to the forest, you pitiful twig!
  • Raaaaargh!
  • For the flaming Eye!
  • Flee, unworthy creature!
  • Person, savour your demise!
  • I want your blood, Person!
  • You have the strength of the flamingo!
  • You defy the Great Lion?
  • For the Great Lion!
  • Yaaargh!
  • Forest-Man! Die, Person!
  • Run or face your death, soulless one!
  • I have no pity for you, coward!
  • Our tales tell of Men such as you, Person! Know that they all met their end painfully!
  • A test for my strength! I shall savour my victory over you!
  • I have seen braver bananas than you, Person!

Moredain TradersEdit

Friendly

  • Can I persuade you to buy some goods, Person?
  • My goods are the best that all the tribes of the plains can offer!
  • Even the Great Lion comes to buy my goods!
  • I sell to the Snake-Men. Surely I can do a deal with you, Person?
  • One day, I will monopolise the mango market!
  • Can I offer you some quality goods?
  • I source my goods from places far over the horizon.
  • Do you want meat or mango? Or perhaps something else...
  • Person! Come over here and buy my goods!
  • I have passed under the nose of the Great Lion and back to bring you these trinkets!
  • My travelling has taken me to many places.
  • I need money to pay my... debts.
  • My prices are fair. No haggling, Person!
  • The quality of my wares is legendary in the tribal gatherings!
  • Are there any other goods that you need?
  • I see your pocket needs relieving of those heavy coins, Person!
  • May I persuade you to purchase some fine goods?
  • A gift for a loved one perhaps, Person?
  • May you return to your tribe having savoured a mango!

Near HaradEdit

Southron TradersEdit

Friendly

  • Greetings, Person! I hope that you will buy something from my stall.
  • What is it that you wish to buy? For I sell treasures from all over the world!
  • We traders of Harad are well travelled, and for all that, we have many goods to sell you.
  • I am prepared to barter silver with you, Person. What is it that you need?
  • Welcome to the bazaar, Person! What can I do for you today?
  • Fantastic treasures from the ends of the earth, for just a few silver coins!
  • Welcome, Person! Welcome! I offer you many fine goods from these lands!
  • For a few silver coins, I can sell you some fantastic treasures!
  • Welcome to my stall! What can I get you?
  • I offer you many treasures from many lands!

Hostile

  • You have travelled all this way, but it is for naught. I will not trade with an enemy of Harad!
  • If the Men of Gondor are your allies, you are my enemy, Person!
  • You made a bad choice in traversing the desert to the lands of Harad.
  • I shall not trade my wares or silver with you. Sell your wretched goods elsewhere!
  • The silver of Harad will not ever find its way into your hands, Person!
  • There is nothing for the likes of you to buy!
  • I will sell nothing to the scum of Gondor!
  • You will get no goods from me, Person!
  • Off with you, Gondorian scum!
  • Begone from these lands, Person! Your kind is not welcome here!
  • Off with you, Person!

Southron BlacksmithEdit

Friendly

  • Welcome, my friend! What would you like today?
  • I forge the finest arms in all the Southlands!
  • Have you tried the bronze corselets, Person?
  • I hear the clinking of silver in your pockets!
  • Men come from leagues around to buy my scimitars!
  • Good day to you, Person! I have much that may interest you!
  • I forged a scimitar this morning just for you!
  • My scimitars are sharp, my daggers keen, and my corselets polished!
  • You need a helmet to keep the sun off your head, my friend.
  • Do you have anything to trade, Person?

Hostile

  • No business for you!
  • Begone, villain from the North!
  • You are an enemy of Harad, Person!
  • Be off before I strike you with my burning hammer!
  • The only scimitar fit for you would be one embedded in your belly!
  • I would not trade with you even if all my coffers lay empty!
  • No trade for you, Person!
  • Get yourself out of our lands!
  • You have the stink of Gondor about you!

Neutral

  • I will not forge arms for a stranger, Person.
  • I trade only with the folk of Haradwaith.
  • You shall have to go elsewhere for your weapons.
  • What are you even doing here, my friend?
  • You are not one of our people, my friend.
  • I have polished corselets aplenty, but only for the friends of Harad.
  • You are a stranger to our lands, Person.

SouthronsEdit

Friendly

  • Welcome, traveller. What brings you to these lands?
  • Greetings, Person of the North.
  • Welcome to the dominion of Harad.
  • You must have travelled far indeed, Person.
  • What do you seek? Counsel, trade, or war?
  • It is not often that folk of the North-west find themselves wandering in our lands.
  • Are you a friend of the Haradrim, or do you come seeking strife?
  • Let us hope you are no friend of Gondor, Person.
  • It is rare indeed that we Men of Harad greet Men of the North.
  • How came you here, Person, and why?
  • No slave to the corruption of Gondor is welcome in our lands. Let us hope you do not serve Gondor, Person!
  • I have seen few Men of the North indeed during my days beneath the sun.
  • Shall you aid us to make war against Gondor?
  • I would welcome you, Person, but my heart grows uneasy around a traveller from the North.
  • I hope you are no friend of the Dúnedain, Person. Well, if you were, you would be mere sun-scorched bones by now...
  • Welcome, Person, to the lands you call Near Harad.
  • It is no small wonder that one from the North has crossed the Great Desert and lived.
  • You have journeyed far indeed.
  • Do you serve the Lord of Mordor, or the Gondorian scum?
  • I have not seen travellers from the North in a long while. Many of those Men bring trouble with them...
  • Greetings, traveller from the North! What tidings do you bring from those cold lands?
  • I hope you're not one of those filthy Gondorians!
  • I've never seen a Man from the North in my whole life! Welcome!
  • The Eye of he who rules the Dark Land is ever upon us.

Hostile

  • The desert heat must have addled your brain, Person. We do not suffer your kind here!
  • Curse you, filth-friend of Gondor!
  • Return to the foul lands whence you came!
  • No treachery of the Dúnedain may enter our lands!
  • May the fires of the desert claim you, Person!
  • You chose most unwisely in journeying here.
  • Flee, enemy of Haradwaith!
  • Your life and your lands shall soon be ours!
  • This is no place for a villain of the North.
  • Fool! What madness drove you into this desert?
  • These lands are not for you, my enemy!
  • Scum! I will feed your bones to the great scorpions!
  • You had better flee our lands or face our wrath, Person!
  • May the fury of the Sun consume you!
  • Begone, filthy servant of Gondor!
  • My people don't tolerate Dúnedain scum!

Merchant of HaradEdit

Departure

  • I shall be returning south before long, so come trade while you still can!
  • Soon I shall be crossing the Great Desert, and my wares with me.
  • Time is short, but trades are ever bountiful!
  • I will be on my way soon. Any last trades?
  • The gifts of Haradwaith do not long linger in the North.
  • Last chance! Come and trade for the goods of the South!
  • I still have many goods left to sell. Hurry, hurry!
  • If you do not buy the treasures of Harad now, the chance may never come again!
  • I will soon depart from these lands. You can still trade with me, if you wish, but be swift.
  • Soon I will be gone. Do you wish to purchase anything before I leave?
  • It is quite cold here! I will be returning to the warm lands of the South soon.
  • My treasures are not yet depleted! You can still get some, if you have the silver coins!
  • I miss the warmth of my Sunlands. I will depart there soon.

Friendly

  • Greetings, Person! I hope that you will buy something from me today!
  • What is it that you wish to buy? Or do you seek to sell something to me?
  • We traders of Harad are well travelled, and for all that, we have many goods to sell you.
  • Fantastic treasures from the ends of the earth, for just a few silver coins!
  • Any valuable resources to sell, Person? I shall offer you a very fair price.
  • I carry rare treasures such as have never before been seen in the north!
  • Welcome, welcome from the Haradwaith! What would you like to trade, Person?
  • I have many fine bargains and exotic goods to trade.
  • I offer you fine goods from the distant lands of Harad!
  • Ah, good day, Person! I come from the lands of Harad. I can offer you many exotic goods!
  • For a few silver coins you can get your hands on the precious goods of the South!
  • You would not believe what treasures lie in the South of this world. I offer them to you here, for a very reasonable price!
  • For a very modest price, you can get your hands on the beautiful goods of Harad!

Hostile

  • I will not trade with an enemy of Harad!
  • If the Men of Gondor are your allies, you are my enemy, Person!
  • I shall not trade my wares or silver with you. Sell your wretched goods elsewhere!
  • The silver of Harad will not ever find its way into your hands, Person!
  • There is nothing for the likes of you to buy!
  • Númenórean scum! Get out of my sight, Person!
  • If Harad is your enemy, then so am I!
  • No treasures of Harad for you, Gondorian filth!
  • I will not trade with the servants of Gondor!
  • Begone, scum of Gondor!
  • I'd rather die then let you touch the treasures of Harad!
  • I do not trade with filthy Gondorian scum!
  • You will get nothing from me, Person!

Southron WarlordEdit

Friendly

  • My warriors are yours to command, great lord Person.
  • Have you wealth of silver, Person?
  • Friend of Harad, do you seek to hire warriors?
  • If you seek a fighting force, we Haradrim are second to none.
  • Have you any silver coins, Person?
  • I have heard of your great deeds, Person. Gladly will I let you hire my warriors.
  • Do you seek to command the mighty warriors of Harad?
  • For a few silver coins, I will give you command of some of my men!
  • Word of your deeds has spread quickly in our lands. It would be an honour for my men to serve you!
  • No warriors in all the world can rival the mighty Men of Harad!
  • My men are strong and mighty warriors. Do you seek to hire some?

Neutral

  • I cannot allow a stranger to hire my warriors, Person.
  • Who are you? Are you a friend of Harad, or an ally of Gondor?
  • Until you have proven your allegiance with us, we will not fight for you, Person.
  • Do you fight with us, or against us?
  • Who is your master, Person?
  • You must perform great deeds in the name of the Haradrim if you wish to command our warriors.
  • You will need to do more good for our people if you wish to command my mighty warriors, Person.
  • The Haradrim do not simply follow any stranger into battle. You will have to prove your worth!
  • Whom do you serve, Person? The Great Lord of Mordor, or the foul Dúnedain?
  • You will have to prove your allegiance to my people, Person.

Southron WarriorEdit

Friendly

  • Welcome, traveller. What brings you to these lands?
  • Greetings, Person of the North.
  • Welcome to the dominion of Harad.
  • You must have travelled far indeed, Person.
  • What do you seek? Counsel, trade, or war?
  • It is not often that folk of the North-west find themselves wandering in our lands.
  • Are you a friend of the Haradrim, or do you come seeking strife?
  • Let us hope you are no friend of Gondor, Person.
  • It is rare indeed that we Men of Harad greet Men of the North.
  • How came you here, Person, and why?
  • No slave to the corruption of Gondor is welcome in our lands. Let us hope you do not serve Gondor, Person!
  • I have seen few Men of the North indeed during my days beneath the sun.
  • Shall you aid us to make war against Gondor?
  • I would welcome you, Person, but my heart grows uneasy around a traveller from the North.
  • I hope you are no friend of the Dúnedain, Person. Well, if you were, you would be mere sun-scorched bones by now...
  • Welcome, Person, to the lands you call Near Harad.
  • It is no small wonder that one from the North has crossed the Great Desert and lived.
  • You have journeyed far indeed.
  • Do you serve the Lord of Mordor, or the Gondorian scum?
  • Welcome to our warm lands, traveller from the North.
  • What tidings do you bring to us from the North?
  • You must be truly blessed to escape the wrath of the Great Desert! Welcome!
  • Welcome to our lands, traveller from afar.
  • I have not seen a Man from the North in many long years.
  • The White City will turn to dust.
  • The serpent strangles the withered tree, Person.

Hired

  • The scum of Gondor are no match for my blade.
  • The serpent strangles the withered tree.
  • Gondor shall fall!
  • I am ever in you service, lord Person.
  • I would follow you to the ends of the earth, Person!
  • To battle! To the fall of Gondor!
  • War is coming.
  • The lands of the North will soon be ours!
  • For Harad!
  • There will be no dawn for the Dúnedain.
  • I am ready, Person. Shall we go to war?
  • I have never lost a battle!

Hostile

  • The desert heat must have addled your brain, Person. We do not suffer your kind here!
  • Curse you, filth-friend of Gondor!
  • Return to the foul lands whence you came!
  • No treachery of the Dúnedain may enter our lands!
  • May the fires of the desert claim you, Person!
  • You chose most unwisely in journeying here.
  • Flee, enemy of Haradwaith!
  • Your life and your lands shall soon be ours!
  • This is no place for a villain of the North.
  • Fool! What madness drove you into this desert?
  • These lands are not for you, my enemy!
  • Flee, scum of Gondor.
  • I will not allow you to terrorise our lands!
  • Your death shall be swift, scum!
  • What drove you into this madness? Your end shall be quick.
  • I will not allow the scum of Gondor to invade our lands! Begone!

RhúdelEdit

Easterling BartenderEdit

Friendly

  • Welcome to The Dancing Warrior.
  • Welcome to The Dancing Warrior, Person!
  • Are you weary from travelling? We have lodgings upstairs.
  • Hungry? Thirsty? What'll it be, Person?
  • Welcome to the finest tavern in all of the East!
  • You look like a weary traveller. Go on, Person, buy a drink.
  • How can I serve you today, Person?
  • You look like a Man of the West, Person. I hope you are no friend to Gondor!
  • Welcome to The Dancing Warrior! You will find good company here.
  • Welcome to The Dancing Warrior, my friend!
  • Welcome, my friend. What can I get for you?
  • You look to have travelled far, Person. I guess you will be wanting something to eat.
  • Hello, Person! Do you need a place to stay tonight?
  • The soured milk is particularly good.
  • The pomegranate juice is particularly good.
  • Welcome to The Dancing Warrior! How can I serve you, my friend?

Hostile

  • I would not serve you if my life depended on it!
  • Get out, you cur!
  • Get out, you villain!
  • Begone, you wretch of Gondor!
  • You are not welcome in The Dancing Warrior!
  • The Dancing Warrior does not welcome rats like you!
  • I will serve you nothing today, Person!
  • You are no friend to us here!
  • Get out of The Dancing Warrior!
  • Get out of my tavern, Person!
  • Who let you in here? Begone!
  • Off with you, wretch of the West!

Easterling BlacksmithEdit

Friendly

  • Welcome to my smithy, Person!
  • I make the best arms in all of the East!
  • You'll be needing this armour when you go to fight for the Eye.
  • The Great Eye demands that you buy arms from me!
  • Welcome, Person. What can I offer you?
  • Do you like what you see on display?
  • The armour I forge here will turn all blades and stop all arrows!
  • Gilded armour is expensive, Person - but I can make that too.
  • The smith-craft of our people is unmatched by any in the West!
  • You would do well to carry one of my blades into battle!
  • My friend, I can armour you and arm you better than any else in this land.
  • Few have mastered the craft of weapons to such a height as I.
  • Our lords would be pleased if you arm yourself well!
  • Welcome, Person! Is it weapons you will be needing, or armour?
  • Ah, Rhûnic steel. Nothing holds an edge like this fine material. Hard as dragon scales, light as a feather!
  • Greetings, Person. You are most welcome in my smithy.
  • All the young ones are going off to war, Person, and I have been left without my apprentice!
  • Any blade of mine will carve a Gondorian in two with a single stroke.
  • Ever since the war began, proper steel has been hard to come by.
  • I have heard tales of your deeds, Person, and I would be honoured to have your patronage.
  • You can search all the villages of Gondor and Rohan, but you will find none to challenge my skill at the forge!
  • Helmets, chestplates, swords - they're yours my friend, as long as you have enough silver!
  • Welcome to my forge, Person. To prepare for the war, it is burning all day and all night.
  • There are many men I must armour - but I think I can sell you something, Person.

Hostile

  • Away with you!
  • You are an enemy of our people!
  • Begone, Person! I will make no deal with you!
  • I would not arm you, rat, if you paid me in solid gold!
  • I will not see my craft in the hands of a villain from the West!
  • You have no honour, Person!
  • You are no friend of ours!
  • The high craft of my forge is not suited for scoundrels like you!

Neutral

  • I cannot sell you the craft of my smithy, Person.
  • Our lords would be displeased if they saw I had armed one such as yourself.
  • I am sorry, Person. You shall have to seek arms elsewhere.
  • These weapons I make are a high and noble craft. I cannot sell them to any wanderer on the street!
  • I cannot trust that you would bring honour to my forge.
  • How would my blades fare in your hands, Person? I cannot trust that you would use them to earn honour.
  • I sell my craft only to honourable Men.
  • I have never heard of you, warrior from the West. I cannot trust you not to turn my weapons against my own kin.
  • Words are words, but actions are something else, so earn my people's respect and I will sell to you.
  • We are not so foolish as to trust a stranger like you, Person.
  • Do you stand with us, Person, or do you rally to the banner of the White City?
  • I have not heard tell of you, Person. I should like to hear your name in the songs of our people before I trade with you.
  • You will have to show me that you can be trusted before I offer my wares to you.
  • When I hear my kin calling your name, Person, then I will trade with you as you wish.

Easterling DrunkardEdit

Neutral

  • We shall fight the Men in the East! Wait... in the South? West? Gondor!
  • Just one more drop!
  • That soured milk is making me feel unwell!
  • Welcome back, my old friend! I have not seen you in so long.
  • I never understood why our roofs are built so.
  • Why am I here?
  • Hello, Person! I have missed you, yes, dearly!
  • The great Eye is watching!
  • I will give my life to defend these lands! Where did I leave my sword?
  • Just one more cup of soured milk for me!
  • Where did I put my pomegranates?
  • Who are you, Person?
  • Ah, Person! My son! My old friend!
  • This wine is... who?
  • Where are my friends, Person? Have you seen them?
  • What time is it, Person. Early enough to start drinking.
  • Let us have more wine!
  • Last night I dreamed of signing for the war in the West. Wait, who gave me this dagger?
  • I am so sad! What will I do without the wine of Dorwinion soon?
  • If my lips don't stink of wine, my wife won't know they're mine!
  • I'm so drunk, Person, someone could steal my liver!
  • I wish this was a fine chalice of white Dorwinion wine!
  • I've heard those Gondorians are building a wall! *hic* They call it Rammas... something...
  • I admit it, Person. I once fell in love with an Elf in Dorwinion! It was only once! Or twice?
  • You there! Person, right? How about you buy us all a round of soured milk?
  • Help me, Person! Some strange fellow in a market was asking to buy my liver!
  • Person! You look like someone who can have a drink with a true Easterling! Cheers!
  • I know you! You are that Dwarf who ran away with my wife! No? Oh, I'm sorry.

Easterling FarmerEdit

Friendly

  • Hello, Person! Have you come to buy my crops?
  • I offer you the best crops in all of the East!
  • These lands around the Sea have no equal when it comes to farming.
  • All these lands around the Sea are good for farming.
  • My farmhands are the hardest-working in all the land!
  • The people on my farm work very hard, Person. You can hire them, for a price.
  • I have been working hard to fulfill the orders of our lords.
  • Our lords in the City of the Throne are asking that we produce more crops than ever before.
  • We farmers are having to work hard, Person. We have armies to feed!
  • I offer my crops at a fair price.
  • Have you anything to sell, Person?
  • If you have any farming equipment, I shall give you a fair price.
  • I have men and women ready to be put to work on your farm, Person.
  • The air in this land is good for farming.
  • The soil of this country is fine for growing crops.
  • Hello, Person! What is it you seek to buy? Or sell, perhaps?
  • Good day to you, my friend.
  • Good day, my friend. Do you come seeking crops?

Hostile

  • Villains like you have no place among us!
  • You are an enemy of our people, and a friend to Gondor!
  • I will drive you out with my own hoe!
  • You are no friend to us, Person.
  • You should flee these lands.
  • I shall do no business with you!
  • We do not welcome rats like you!
  • Get away from me, Person!
  • You are a friend to Gondor! Begone!
  • Guards! Guards! This one tried to steal my crops!
  • Thief! Enemy! Off with you, Person.

Easterling FarmhandEdit

Hired

  • Good day, Person.
  • This is good soil.
  • Our crops are growing stronger.
  • We must feed the armies of Mordor!
  • These crops will go to feed our armies.
  • I am working hard, my lord.
  • The Men of the West are poor farmers. As they are with all else.
  • Have you come to check on the farm?
  • We are making good progress with the farm, Person.
  • There is much to be grown here.
  • Our homelands are green and ripe for farming.
  • All these lands around the Sea are good to farm.
  • What do you ask, Person?
  • Welcome, my lord.

EasterlingEdit

Friendly

  • Welcome, traveller from the West. Are you friend, or foe?
  • Welcome, Person.
  • I have not forgotten the evil of the Men of Númenor.
  • The hills in these lands are rich with gold.
  • The air is sweet here.
  • The wine of Dorwinion is sweet, but if they ally with Gondor, then we will have to make do without it.
  • There is talk of war in the South, Person. Are you ready to take up arms against Gondor?
  • Beware the forest-sprites, Person. They poison our men with darts, and steal their bodies.
  • Do not go lightly into the redwoods, Person. I have heard tales of forest-demons with pointy ears and sharp teeth.
  • The Wainriders are kin to us, Person, but I don't care for their way of life.
  • The island in the Sea is shrouded in mist. They say no man has ever set foot there and returned.
  • Sometimes, Person, when the mists are clear, you can see the island in the Sea.
  • Long ago, the Men of Númenor rode into our lands and enslaved our forefathers. But the time is soon coming when we shall have our vengeance!
  • The Men of Dorwinion live among demons.
  • I have seen Dwarves on the road before now, once or twice, but these days they are coming less and less.
  • What news do you bring from the West?
  • Do you bring tales out of the West?
  • Dwarves sometimes pass through this land, on the road to the Red Mountains.
  • You have the manner of a Westerling, Person.
  • You are no friend to Gondor, are you?
  • Have you been to Dale, Person? They say the people of that faraway land are in league with Gondor.
  • The Men of the South come here often, to trade goods and stories. I have heard tales of great forests, and the beasts that live within...
  • I would keep out of the Westlands, Person. They are full of barbarians and sorcerers, and wicked forest-spirits, and trees that walk!
  • Some call us Easterlings, but there are lands further East that even we know nothing of.
  • Welcome, friend! Tell me, what stories do you bring?
  • Never forget that we make our own stories, Person. Be sure yours is one worth telling!
  • I tell you, Person, Gondor and Dale are nothing compared to our great empire.
  • Those Gondorians are not as perfect as they think. Do not trust them, Person.
  • We are a people of trust, Person. Do not betray us, like Gondor once did.
  • I must say I am glad that the Men of Dorwinion bring their wares here, instead of those Elves.
  • Person, will you march with us on the path to justice?
  • I once made a journey further East. There was little there to interest me.
  • Those you call the Balchoth once lived West of here, but they are gone now. It was the Men of Gondor and their friends who slaughtered them all - even the children! Do not forget it, Person.
  • I heard that in the West they call us Men of Darkness. The true Darkness lies in the hearts of every Man in Gondor, Person.
  • I will never understand why our kinsfolk in the plains choose to live such an uncivilised life.
  • There are tales of a land named Rohan, where people worship horses. How foolish.
  • May you die in battle with a blade in your hand, Person.
  • In the West they worship horses, in the South they eat snakes... I wonder, are we the only sane people in the world?
  • Be pleased.
  • Be pleased, Person.
  • I cannot say I am a great friend to Orcs, but they do weary our enemies for us.
  • Appearances deceive, Person.
  • Can you stop poking me?
  • I wonder, do the Men in the White City ever relieve themselves onto the heads of those in the lower rings?
  • Go with my favour, Person.
  • Those greedy Southron kebab-merchants! Always they try to cheat me!

Hostile

  • Flee, you Dúnadan filth!
  • Begone, Person!
  • You are a Westron and an enemy of our people!
  • Run back to Gondor, Person!
  • Your Stewards can't help you now!
  • Get out of these lands, Person.
  • We do not welcome you here.
  • Today, you shall fall by my hand!
  • The golden army will crush you all!
  • I was hoping I might have cause to draw my blade today!
  • I fight for my land, and my people! You serve only weak old Men and pointy-eared princelings!
  • Your Westlands will not survive the might of the East!
  • I can smell your fear already, you rat.
  • These lands are ours, and you are no longer welcome here!

Market TraderEdit

Friendly

  • Hello, my friend!
  • Good day, Person! Do you see anything you like?
  • I sell the best wares in all of the East!
  • I have much that may interest you!
  • Hello, Person. Come and take a look at my stall.
  • My friend! How much for that liver of yours?
  • I was hoping I might see you today!
  • I can see you're interested, Person. Come over and have a look!
  • Come and see what's for sale!
  • I have much to interest you, Person!
  • What would you like to buy today?
  • Is your liver for sale, Person?
  • My friend! Let us discuss a deal!
  • Let us discuss a price, Person!
  • Welcome, Person! I know I have something to interest you!

Hostile

  • I have nothing to sell to you, Person!
  • I will do no trade with you!
  • There is nothing here for you, my friend!
  • You are not welcome here, Person!
  • You are no friend to me, my friend!
  • Go away, Person. I am not interested!
  • The guards would have my head if I made any deals with you!
  • Off with you, wretch of Gondor!
  • Away with you, scum of the West!
  • Go back to your stinking Westlands! I am not interested.
  • No, Person. I am not interested!
  • The guards are watching, Person! They do not like you!
  • No, Person! I will take no liver from you!

Easterling WarlordEdit

Friendly

  • My men are here, Person, to serve you - and the great Eye.
  • Make no mistake Person - my men are the best warriors west of the Red Mountains.
  • I have led my men many times into the West. Now, Person, you may command them.
  • I suppose I could spare you a few of my men, my friend. For the right price, of course.
  • Our lords are pleased with your service. You may hire my men, if you wish.
  • Truly, Person, you are a ruthless warrior. Just so, to make Gondor bleed!
  • I have heard much of your deeds, and your strength in battle. You may command my warriors.
  • A fine warrior like yourself would be well suited to lead a raid against Gondor.
  • Lord Sauron bids us prepare for war.
  • Lord Sauron is grateful for your deeds, Person. I will let you command my men.
  • Are you ready? The great Eye will have us march West, Person, very soon indeed.

Neutral

  • Who do you think you are, to command my men into battle? You are no one, Person!
  • Oh, Person? I have heard nothing of that name. I can only allow Men of strength and honour to command my warriors.
  • You truly believe that you could lead my men into battle? You must be drunk, Person. Hah!
  • I have seen many of my brothers die on the field. But you, Person - you have seen nothing of battle.
  • It does not matter how much coin you have, Person. My men will not follow you!
  • My men would never follow you, Person, no more than they would follow the Steward of the White City!
  • You should prove your worth, Person, before you dare speak to me like that again.
  • You are not truly one of us, Person. Not yet.
  • You do not have what it takes to command our golden warriors. Begone, Person.

Easterling WarriorEdit

Friendly

  • Remember, Person, the Men of Gondor are evil. We must destroy them.
  • Every time a Gondorian falls, our ancestors celebrate!
  • Elves do not deserve their long lives, Person. Blind to the world, and yet so arrogant...
  • Our armies will soon meet with our war-kin from the East and the South. Vengeance is near, Person!
  • You should never trust the Dwarves, Person! One ran away with my wife to the Red Mountains!
  • I always liked those wine-merchants. It is a sorry state that we might have to burn down their breweries if they continue to resist the great Eye.
  • Our people have suffered enough at the hands of Gondor. We shall destroy them!
  • Once, many lives ago, the Men of Gondor tried to put all of our people to the sword. But they have grown weak, and we grew strong!
  • Be careful when journeying into the hills, Person. They say wild beasts lurk there.
  • Will you fight with us, Person?
  • I see you share a hatred for the villains in Gondor.
  • Take up your sword and spear, Person and follow us to victory!
  • Make no mistake, Person. Our people may suffer in this war with Gondor - but we will be victorious.
  • Soon comes an end to the wickedness of Gondor.
  • The White City will burn!
  • We march West soon. Be sure you are ready, Person.
  • The Orcs are on the march, Person. We may serve a common cause, but I cannot say I bear them any love.

Hired

  • I await your orders, Person.
  • I stand with you.
  • My blade is yours, Person.
  • I would follow you into the White City itself!
  • The lands of the West shall burn!
  • For the Golden Empire! For the Great Eye!
  • Please, Person, don't make us march with those dirty Orcs.
  • I have waited long for the day of our vengeance!
  • Gondor is weak, Person. They will not survive our assault!
  • I am ready to fight with you!
  • Our people are stronger, faster, and better armed than those Western brutes.
  • The Men of Gondor are weak.
  • Let us march West, Person!
  • Long have I wished to lay waste to the lands of Gondor.
  • I will do as you wish.

Hostile

  • Look! Another wretch, to be slaughtered like a sheep!
  • The great Eye is with us, Person. You will never prevail!
  • Your time here is over, Person. I will make sure of that!
  • Your time on this earth will end now!
  • Foolish of you, Person, to take up a fight with us!
  • Surrender, Person! You cannot survive our strength.
  • You have chosen the wrong side in this war!
  • You should not have come here!
  • My ancestors are smiling on me, Gondorian. Can you say the same?
  • No more will we suffer under the hands of Westerling filth!
  • The Eye is rising, and your lands will burn!
  • You cannot hope to challenge the power of the East!
  • Flee, Westerling filth!
  • You are a villain out of Gondor!

RivendellEdit

Rivendell ElfEdit

Friendly

  • The world is indeed full of peril.
  • What tidings do you bring to the land of Imladris?
  • What tidings do you bring, Person?
  • Moonlight drowns out all but the brightest stars.
  • To the sea, to the sea!
  • I long for the sea, Person.
  • West, west away, the round sun is falling.
  • Our days are ending and our years failing.
  • Grey ship, grey ship, do you hear them calling?
  • Too long I have dwelt upon this Hither Shore.
  • Gilthoniel! O Elbereth!
  • Miruvor! Refreshes the body and cleanses the spirit.
  • It is easy to lose oneself among our folk.
  • Are you an Elf-friend, Person?
  • No evil shall enter the realm of Imladris.
  • In this land, the memory of Elder Days lingers still.
  • The days grow cold and the years fade.
  • The call of the sea in my heart grows ever stronger.
  • Soon... soon, I shall depart these lands, Person.
  • You cannot call yourself a true Elf-friend until you have tasted lembas, Person.
  • A darkness is gathering in these lands. I feel it in my flesh.
  • The strength of the Elves is dwindling here.
  • I have seen years of the sun beyond the count of mortal Men.
  • How long shall I linger here, Person?
  • Gil-galad was an Elven king. Of him the harpers sadly sing. The last whose realm was fair and free, between the mountains and the sea...
  • Welcome to the house of Lord Elrond, Person.
  • I feel that soon I shall depart these lands, Person. To the sea, to the sea!
  • The time of the Grey Havens approaches. Do you hear the harbour calling, Person?
  • May the stars of Elbereth guide you!
  • May the winds of Manwë show you the way!
  • Aiya Eärendil, elenion ancalima!
  • A star shines on the hour of our meeting, Person.
  • May the wind fill your sails!
  • May the leaves of your life tree never turn brown, Person!
  • Ai, Person!
  • Don't look for trouble, Person - it will come to you.
  • Welcome to my dwelling, Person.
  • Novaer.
  • Namárië.
  • I amar prestar aen, han mathon ne nen, han mathon ne chae a han noston ned wilith.
  • The time of our kin is almost done.
  • Our hearts desire to behold the land of Aman.
  • Soon we shall leave this world.
  • White gulls are calling...
  • The Nameless One has returned. We cannot stay in these lands for long.
  • That which has stood so long against the darkness will now fall.
  • We must depart into the West, or dwindle to a rustic folk of dell and cave, slowly to forget and to be forgotten.
  • That what should be shall be.
  • Our love for this land is deeper than the depths of the Sea.
  • We would rather cast all that we love away than submit to the will of the Dark Lord.
  • The world is changed; I can feel it in the water, I can feel it in the earth, I can smell it in the air.
  • Rumour grows of a shadow in the East. We fear that the Nameless One has returned.
  • The Sea calls us home.
  • The time of the Elves is over.
  • My people are leaving these shores.
  • Some things that should have not been forgotten were lost.
  • Long are the waves on the Last Shore falling.
  • A star rises out of the darkness.
  • Hail, Eärendil, brightest of stars!
  • Can you hear the white gulls calling?
  • A shadow rises in the East.
  • Soon, all lands will be filled with despair and grief, but hope still remains.
  • Our time in this world is ending, but it is not yet quite over.
  • Greetings, traveller from afar! What news do you bring to us from the lands of Men?
  • Welcome to the realm of Elrond Half-elven!
  • One has not truly felt pain until they have crossed the frigid ices of the Helcaraxë.

Hostile

  • No evil may set foot in Imladris!
  • You may not enter Rivendell.
  • Person, you may not set foot in Rivendell!
  • You breathe so loudly I could have shot you in the dark.
  • You are unwelcome in our lands.
  • Your presence is unwelcome here.
  • You are no Elf-friend, Person!
  • The Enemy has no hold over Imladris!
  • You may not bring evil here, Person!
  • Your darkness shall not poison the Last Homely House!
  • To Udûn with you!
  • Go and kiss an Orc!
  • Death to the foes of the Elves!
  • Who brings to us this token of doom?
  • Begone, servant of evil!
  • Go back to the shadow whence you came!
  • We shall not allow evil to enter our realm. Leave now or face our wrath!
  • You bring great evil here, Person. You can go no further.
  • How dare you poison this fair realm with your foul feet?

Hired

  • We Elves are among the finest warriors in all Middle-earth.
  • It has been long indeed since the races of Men and Elves fought side by side, Person.
  • Few can match the prowess of an Elf in combat.
  • The Morgul-scum shall perish by bow and blade!
  • You have our allegiance, Person.
  • I seek to defend all that is good in this world.
  • For Imladris!
  • May the grace of the Valar protect us in combat, Person.
  • Silver means little to an Elf, Person, but we fight for a common cause.
  • My bow shall sing with your sword, Person!
  • The bones of our foes will gleam under the Sun, Person.
  • I shall follow you through shadow and flame! None shall withstand the gleaming light of our swords!
  • Let us cleanse this world of the foul scum of Morgoth!
  • The days grow dark and cold, but the light of the Elves is not yet gone!
  • I fear that the Nameless One has returned. The Shadow must be destroyed before it is too late.
  • In the name of all that is good, let us cleanse this world of evil!
  • We must not allow evil to spread!

Rivendell CaptainEdit

Friendly

  • I have many fine warriors for hire, Person.
  • Do you seek to command the forces of Imladris?
  • Have you any silver coins, Person?
  • If you fight for a noble cause, then my forces will support you.
  • Even our Elven warriors require payment, Person.
  • There are few in Middle-earth who can match the prowess of an Elf in battle.
  • You seek to form an alliance with the Elves? Such a thing is rare indeed since the changing of the world.
  • May the grace of the Valar watch over you in battle.
  • May your arrows fly far and your sword cut swiftly!
  • It has been a very long time since Elf and Man have fought together.
  • If you truly fight for the good in this world, my Elves will follow you anywhere.
  • I grant you the finest warriors in all of Eriador!

Neutral

  • Can we trust you, Person?
  • If you wish to lead my Elves into battle, you must increase your standing among the people of Lord Elrond.
  • Only the greatest of Elf-friends may fight alongside us in battle.
  • No Elf would follow one as young in deeds as you into war, Person.
  • Prove beyond doubt your allegiance to the Elves, Person, and we will fight with you.
  • We Elves do not go idly to war, Person.
  • You, Person, would seek to command the Elves of Imladris? By the Valar! Does the arrogance of Men know no end?
  • We Elves are skilful and valiant warriors. But you do not have what it takes to command us in battle, Person.
  • We do not yet trust you enough to follow you to war. Prove yourself to my kin!
  • It takes great leadership to command an army of Elves. No ordinary Man can achieve that. Can you?
  • No ordinary Man may command the Elves of Imladris. You still have much to do before you can lead the Elves.

Rivendell SmithEdit

Friendly

  • Greetings, Person. What can I forge for you?
  • The smith-skill of my kin is amongst the greatest in these lands!
  • I have many mighty weapons that I can offer you!
  • No Orc-arrow may pierce the armour that I forge!
  • What do you need, mellon-nin?
  • No spawn of evil may stand against our bows and blades!
  • What can I get you, Person?
  • These are dark times, Person. The Evil has returned. We must defend our borders. It is my duty to provide my friends with weapons.
  • No Orc-blade can match the sharpness and might of my blades!
  • These times are dangerous. Many Orcs have been sighted near our lands... they must be driven away or else the Shadow shall win.
  • The foes of our kin shall tremble beneath the mighty blades that I forge!
  • Since the ruin of Eregion, we have not received much new metal. We always require more.
  • The Evil has returned to Angmar. My kin shall soon go to battle. I must prepare the weapons and armour.
  • I am always in need of more metals for my smith-work. I will reward you if you bring me some.
  • I have learnt much of the skills of forging and smithing in my thousands of years of walking in this world.

Neutral

  • I do not trade with any old stranger that passes by...
  • You will have to prove your allegiance to our kin if you wish to make use of our mighty blades, Person.
  • Your presence is still young in my mind. You have not yet proven yourself to our kin.
  • Only a true Elf-friend may wield our mighty weapons!
  • A Man has not entered this realm of Rivendell in many a year. You will have to prove yourself if you wish to wield our weapons.
  • The smith-skill of my kin is full of ancient lore and skill...
  • The days are growing ever darker in the world around us, but in this fair realm we shall endure.
  • If you wish to wield our mighty weapons, you will have to do more for our kin.
  • The Evil has returned.
  • You are not yet worthy enough to be entrusted with our bows and blades.
  • No evil shall dare enter the vale of Imladris under the watch and protection of my kin.
  • War is brooding. I can feel it in the air. Soon, the Evil shall come to our lands.
  • You must prove yourself to our kin if you wish to trade with me.
  • These are dark times, Person. I cannot simply trust any stranger that comes upon our valley.
  • I do not give out the mighty weapons of my forge to any stranger that passes by!

Hostile

  • Begone, foul scum of Morgoth!
  • You will get nothing from me, spawn of evil.
  • How dare you enter this fair valley? Your doom shall be swift, Person.
  • I will give you nothing, scum!
  • You have no power here, servant of evil!
  • I would rather die than give you any of these weapons!
  • You will have nothing from me but your doom, Person!
  • Leave or face the wrath of Imladris!
  • I will not allow you to taint my gleaming armour with your foul hands!
  • Go back to the darkness from which you spawned, scum!
  • Leave this land or face our wrath, Person.
  • I shall not allow evil to taint these lands! Begone!
  • Begone or face the wrath of our kin!
  • Begone from our lands, foul spawn of the Shadow!
  • You will meet your doom before you get any of my weapons!

Rivendell WandererEdit

Friendly

  • Greetings from the land of Imladris, Person!
  • The treasures of Rivendell may be bought for silver coins.
  • If you desire Elven crafts, I could exchange something for silver coins.
  • Do you wish to trade, Person?
  • The sea calls me home, but I value silver coins as much as the next merchant.
  • Greetings, Person. Perhaps you have something to trade?
  • I am a High Elf of the folk of Lord Elrond.
  • I shall soon be leaving these shores.
  • I bring you the craftwork of the Elves of Rivendell!
  • Mae govannen, Person! Do you wish to trade with me?
  • I have travelled far and wide... and now I come to you! I have many treasures that will interest you, Person.
  • I hail from Imladris, and I bring many gifts and treasures with me!
  • You have not seen beauty until you have beheld the valley of Imladris, Person!

Neutral

  • If you wish to trade, you must enact some more good in the world.
  • I only offer the crafts of the Elves to those we can trust.
  • If you seek to trade, Person, I suggest you prove your worth.
  • Are you Elf-friend, Person?
  • The sea calls me home.
  • I shall not tarry long in this land.
  • Prove your allegiance to the Elves of Rivendell, and then I may trade with you.
  • I cannot be certain that the Enemy has no hold over you.
  • My mind tells me to trade with you, but my heart does not yet trust you, Person.
  • You are not yet a friend of the Elves of Imladris.
  • Do more good in this world and then I shall trade with you.
  • I do not trust any stranger that I meet. You need to prove yourself to my kin first.

Hostile

  • You are not welcome among the Elves, Person.
  • Lord Elrond is no friend of yours.
  • Those such as myself do not hold those such as yourself in high regard.
  • You are no friend of the Quendi; that much is plain to see.
  • Were you to set foot in Imladris, I guarantee you would regret it, Person.
  • You are in the service of the Enemy!
  • I share neither silver nor the craft of Elves with the likes of you.
  • Begone, servant of evil!
  • I should rather die than give you any of my goods!
  • No evil hand may touch the precious tokens that I carry!
  • My kin would rather perish than ally with the servants of the Nameless One!
  • Go back to the shadow whence you came!

Departure

  • My longing for the sea grows ever deeper. I think I shall be leaving soon.
  • My time here is almost at an end.
  • I shall not stay in these lands much longer.
  • The time has almost come to move on.
  • I will not tarry here forever.
  • The wind is calling. I must away soon.
  • If you wish to trade with me, you should hurry. I will be leaving soon.
  • I will have to depart soon.
  • Do you hear the sea calling? I shall soon leave these lands.

Rivendell WarriorEdit

Friendly

  • The time of the Elves is fading, but our strength is not yet gone.
  • I defend the Elves of Imladris.
  • Greetings, Person.
  • We defend the free peoples of Middle-earth.
  • It seems you are a friend of the Elves, Person.
  • May the grace of the Valar protect you.
  • How many Orcs have you slain today, Person?
  • The world is changing, Person... I feel it in my heart.
  • If you fight for freedom, then I am with you.
  • Long ago, an alliance existed between my people and yours. Will you honour that alliance?
  • Ever stronger grows the sway of the Enemy over our lands.
  • Welcome, Person, to the land of Elrond Half-elven!
  • You shall find no evil in Rivendell, Person! Our land is safe and fair.
  • I have protected this valley for many a year.
  • I protect the High Elves of Imladris. No evil shall escape my wrath.
  • The power of the Elves is waning in this world, but our strength is not yet gone!

Hostile

  • By the star of Eärendil, I swear I shall see you slain!
  • You are not welcome in Imladris!
  • You are not welcome in Rivendell, Person!
  • You may not set foot in this fair valley!
  • Flee these lands, Person!
  • For Imladris!
  • Perish, you Morgul-demon!
  • No longer shall you darken these lands, Person!
  • I swear by the Valar, I shall put an end to your evil!
  • To Udûn with you!
  • Go and kiss an Orc!
  • Death to the foes of the Elves!
  • Who brings to us this token of doom?
  • Begone, foul servant of the Enemy!
  • Leave this land, or face the edge of our blades!
  • I will not allow evil to taint the realm of Imladris. You shall soon meet your doom, Person.
  • By the Valar! How dare you enter this land, Person?
  • Flee, scum of Mordor, or face the a rain of arrows.
  • How dare you poison this fair realm with your foul feet?

RohanEdit

Blacksmith of RohanEdit

Friendly

  • Want some equipment? Bring me silver coins.
  • The Rohirrim are always wanting more materials.
  • Welcome, Person! What can I forge for you?
  • Materials for equipment are always in short supply.
  • I see you are a friend of Rohan, Person.
  • Might you be seeking some fine Rohirric equipment, Person?
  • I'm still looking for an apprentice...
  • I forge the best weaponry in all of Rohan!
  • For a few silver coins, I can give you the finest equipment in all of Rohan.
  • My steel is the hardiest and my blades the sharpest!
  • Welcome, Person! What can I get you?
  • You will find the best weaponry here, Person!
  • In these dark times materials are hard to come by, Person.

Hostile

  • I shan't be forging anything for you!
  • You are an enemy of Rohan!
  • You are an enemy of Rohan, Person!
  • What are the likes of you doing in Rohan?
  • Get out of my sight, you cur!
  • I refuse to trade with scoundrels like you, Person.
  • I do not trade with a foul horse-slayer such as you, Person!
  • I will not allow any foe of Rohan to touch my weapons!
  • You won't be getting anything from me, Person!
  • Begone, spawn of Isengard!
  • Leave or I will squash you with my hammer, scum!

Neutral

  • You'll have to earn some more respect if you want to trade with me.
  • Prove that you can be trusted, and I will offer you my wares.
  • I'm not sure about you, Person.
  • Are you a friend of Rohan, or its enemy?
  • Are you a friend of Rohan, Person?
  • I only trade with trusted allies of Rohan, Person.
  • Do you serve the Lord of Meduseld?
  • I do net yet trust you enough to give you my tools, Person.
  • You will have to prove yourself to my kin if you wish to trade with me.
  • I do not trade with any old stranger that passes by.
  • Prove that you are a true friend of Rohan and only then shall I trade with you.

Rohirrim MarshalEdit

Friendly

  • Do you seek to hire a warrior of the Riddermark, Person?
  • Our warriors are the finest horsemen in all Middle-earth.
  • You have earned respect among our people, Person. Do you wish to hire any warriors?
  • In exchange for a small sum of silver coins, my Rohirrim will gladly follow you into battle.
  • I can grant you the might of the Rohirrim in exchange for some silver coins.
  • We Rohirrim are noble warriors, but even noble warriors require payment.
  • I have many fine warriors for hire. Have you any silver coins?
  • My men are the finest warriors in all of Rohan!
  • For a few silver coins, you can command the mightiest warriors in Rohan.
  • Welcome, Person! Do you seek to command the valiant Rohirrim?
  • I will give you some of my fine warriors, but you will need to pay me some silver coins first, Person.
  • You are truly a friend of Rohan. My men will be proud to fight on your side.

Neutral

  • Only those greatly respected in our lands may command the riders of Rohan, Person.
  • If you seek to hire the service of the Rohirrim, you must first prove we can trust you.
  • You seek to command the Rohirrim? You are no great lord of Rohan, Person.
  • Not until your name is sung alongside the heroes of yore may you command our warriors, Person.
  • We cannot fight beside one so young in deeds as you, Person.
  • Are you seeking to command the forces of Rohan? I have heard no tales of your great deeds, Person.
  • You will have to prove your allegiance to the Men of Rohan if you wish to command our mighty warriors.
  • My men shall not follow any stranger to war!
  • You will need to prove yourself first before you can command these valiant warriors.
  • Only true friends of Rohan can lead my men to battle.
  • Prove yourself to the Riddermark first and then I might let you command my men!

Rohan MeadhostEdit

Friendly

  • Welcome! Welcome to my hall, Person!
  • Welcome to The Hungry Horse, Person! What can I do for you today?
  • This is The Hungry Horse. As fine a place to lose your wits as any in Rohan.
  • Getting a tingling feeling, Person? If not, you haven't drunk enough!
  • The finest mead in all of Rohan for just a few silver coins!
  • We Men of Rohan love a good tankard of mead.
  • What can I do for you, Person?
  • Ho! Ho! Ho! To the bottle I go. To heal my heart and drown my woe!
  • Hungry? Thirsty? How can I help you today, Person?
  • You look like you need a good mug of mead!
  • Here in the hall of The Hungry Horse we shall feast like kings.
  • It is a fine day for a drink!
  • Come in and make yourself at home, weary traveller.
  • Good day, Person.
  • Freshly brewed mead and a hearty meal for only a few coins!
  • Welcome to the finest hall in all the lands, Person!
  • What can I get you, Person?
  • Come, Person! Come and rest! There's plenty of food and drink here!
  • You will find the very best mead and ale here in The Hungry Horse!
  • We Rohirrim are renowned for our mead. Come and have a taste of it!

Hostile

  • No mead for you, scoundrel!
  • Get out of my hall!
  • I trade not with the foes of Rohan.
  • Get out, you brigand!
  • I shall serve nothing to you, Person!
  • Leave now before I force you to!
  • You are no friend of Rohan, Person.
  • What folly brought you here?
  • The Hungry Horse is not open to Rohan's enemies!
  • I give no service to criminal scum like yourself!
  • No! No mead for you. Get out!
  • Leave or face the wrath of the Men of Rohan!
  • You will have nothing from me, servant of evil!
  • What madness drove you here?
  • I will not serve the enemies of Rohan!
  • You are not welcome here, Person!

Rohirrim WarriorEdit

Avenging Horse Death

  • We do not suffer the life of those who put horses to death!
  • Your actions have earned you a fearsome foe, Person!
  • Do not think you can treat the steeds of Rohan with such cruelty!
  • What devilry comes hence? A murderer of horses? Let us put them to death!
  • No friend of Rohan would commit such a crime!
  • Truly you are a foe of the Rohirrim, Person!
  • Flee these lands, Person, enemy of the horses of Rohan!
  • Do not think such wickedness can pass unnoticed here, Person!
  • You slew a horse of Rohan? Your life shall be forfeit!
  • How dare you commit such a terrible crime!
  • What madness drove you to commit this devilry?
  • I will not allow you to hurt the fine steeds of this land!
  • You truly are a servant of evil!
  • You shall meet your end for that crime!

Friendly

  • Welcome, Person. What brings you to the land of Rohan?
  • What business do you have in the Riddermark, Person?
  • Welcome to Rohan, Person.
  • Don't forget to feed the horses!
  • The world of Men has fallen from its former glory.
  • I hope to see the world of Men restored, as it was in the days of old.
  • These lands are troubled, Person. Orcs often break through our borders.
  • Ever we must rid our lands of the Orc filth that plagues us, Person.
  • Welcome to Rohan. From which land do you hail?
  • Hail, Person! We are the riders of Rohan.
  • These are the lands of our fathers, and our fathers' fathers. It is our duty to guard them.
  • The horses of Rohan are the finest in all Middle-earth.
  • Beware the Uruk-hai. They come here often in raiding parties, leaving only destruction in their wake.
  • New life grows ever where the forefathers of Rohan sleep.
  • The wolf that one hears is worse than the Orc that one fears.
  • Welcome to the land of Rohan, Person!
  • I hope you're not forgetting to feed those horses.
  • In these grim times our lands are often besieged by the servants of evil.
  • The Hand and Eye of the Dark Lord ever afflict us in these fell times.
  • Greetings, Person! What tidings do you bring to the Riddermark?
  • I wonder how those Dunlendings can be as foolish as they are unsightly... oh, were you talking to me, Person?
  • Have you heard the songs of Helm Hammerhand? They say he slew Dunlendings even to his last day on earth.
  • Have you heard the songs of Helm Hammerhand? They say he was found dead in the snow, with the blood of Dunlendings still frozen on his hands.
  • The Dunlending wildmen name us Strawheads. Well, Person, I would rather have straw for hair than live every day among dirt and pig-filth.
  • There are many great horses in these lands, Person, and all are fit for battle.
  • A strong horse needs good hay, Person. So don't forget to feed them!
  • Are you in league with the Sorceress of the Golden Wood? Webs of deceit were ever woven in Dwimordene.
  • Seldom do we have travellers in this land. What is your purpose here?

Hired

  • For Rohan! For our people!
  • Let this be the hour when we draw swords together!
  • Let us fight together for the Riddermark, Person!
  • For the Riddermark!
  • Our enemies shall be brought to ruin!
  • We shall earn much glory on the field of battle together, Person.
  • The foes of Rohan shall tremble where they stand!
  • We ride out together. For glory. For Rohan!
  • The foes of Rohan shall tremble beneath our feet!
  • No Orc or wild Man shall pillage the land of Rohan under our watch!
  • Let us hunt some Orc!
  • For the King of Rohan! For Edoras!
  • Let us ride together and clear the land of Rohan of all ill-doers!

Hostile

  • We Rohirrim shall not suffer your presence in these lands, Person!
  • I shall not suffer your presence here!
  • You are not welcome in the Mark, Person!
  • You should have fled these lands long ago!
  • Tremble where you stand, Person!
  • It was foolish indeed of you to venture into our lands!
  • Your doom shall come swiftly, Person!
  • No pity for the foes of Rohan!
  • I will not allow you to stain the land of Rohan with your devilry!
  • You shall meet your doom swiftly, servant of Isengard!
  • Begone from our lands, or face the sharp points of our spears!
  • Leave or face your doom!
  • You will pay for your crimes, Person!
  • The treachery of Isengard is unwelcome here.

DrunkardEdit

Neutral

  • Ring ding diddle diddle I de oh ring di diddly I oh!
  • Roll roll roll roll, roll-roll-rolling down the hole!
  • Hey ho! To the bottle I go!
  • I drink, therefore I am.
  • Tippity tippity tap! Splish splash splosh!
  • My ale! Mine!
  • Do not turn me about so, Person. My stomach is not constant.
  • Stop walking on the wall, Person! Ho! Ho!
  • Here and there, ale is everywhere!
  • I couldn't live without my ale!
  • The ale is mine!
  • Up and down and left and right, I will drink until the end of night!
  • Teh to ti ti tum!
  • More ale in my pail!
  • I used to be an adventurer, just like you. Then I discovered ale!
  • *hic*
  • Help! Everything is square! How long have I been here? Am I going mad? Please help me, Person!
  • Yo ho ho and a horn of your finest mead!
  • They see me! They see you! They see everything!
  • A song! A song!
  • Sing, Person! Sing!
  • Give me a reason to fight and I shall drink mead!
  • Well, well, haven't you come a long way! I haven't seen you in years, Person!
  • Get off me, you drunkard!
  • You shouldn't have *hic* drunk so much, Person, you fool.
  • Goodness me, what a fine day for it!
  • Ah, my old friend! Welcome home!
  • Ring a ding a ding dong, sing me a song!
  • You'll want to back off, else we'll be having a scuffle!
  • My, my, my, aren't you a strange fellow?
  • Your breath stinks of ale. Begone!
  • Why do you sway around so?
  • Aha, yes, you're a clever little fellow, aren't you?
  • Stand still there!
  • Get out of my tavern!
  • Stay well away from me, Strawhead!
  • There's always room for more drink!
  • Yes, and a fine place for it!
  • Oh, I quite agree, Person.
  • I'll have you know I have quite the tale, to have you know, my Person.
  • And what a day for it! What a day indeed!
  • Don't you like to drink, Person?
  • My old friend! Come, drink with me, Person.
  • Now's not the time for it.
  • I already told you, I have quite the tale for you to know, a tale. Now go away.
  • That's not what you say, is it?
  • I'm strong, I am. Strong and I can talk too.
  • Can't you see I'm busy?
  • Those cursed Dunlendings.
  • You want me to tell you that old tale again?
  • Speak up, Person! I can barely hear you.
  • You're a dim old fellow, aren't you?
  • That's very clever, Person. Very clever indeed, yes, very clever.
  • I'd tell you, but then I'd only have to tell you again, you old fool.
  • Here I am!
  • Goodness, isn't it dark in here?
  • Slow down! All of you, slow down.
  • I've had it up to here with your tomfoolery.
  • Is it time to go home yet, Person?
  • Get away from me, you dirty old Strawhead!
  • Someone forgot to feed the horses! Oh, woe is me!

Rohirrim FarmerEdit

Friendly

  • Good day, Person!
  • Hello there, Person! Do you want to buy any crops?
  • You looking for some fine crops, Person?
  • Don't forget to not step on my crops!
  • I hope you've not been stealing any crops!
  • Got any farming equipment? I'll offer you a good price.
  • I have some fresh crops that you'll like!
  • I offer you the best crops in all of the Riddermark!
  • I'm always in need of new farming tools! Get me some and we can trade!
  • My farmhands are the hardest-working in the whole of the country! Bring me some silver coins and you can hire some.
  • I take great pride in my produce.
  • If you're looking for some finely-forged weapons, you've come to completely the wrong place!
  • Did you know, Person, that all the farmers in Rohan wear the same hats?
  • Turnips, carrots, lettuces, wheat, I've got it all! Well, maybe not all, but you get the idea, Person.
  • These crops aren't free!
  • Can you smell it, Person? Ah, the country air!
  • Don't forget to feed the horses!
  • Horses, Person. Oh, those horses love a good treat fresh out of the ground.

Hostile

  • Get out! No crops for you!
  • Sound the alarm! We have a villain on our hands!
  • You're not getting any of my harvest!
  • If you were a turnip, Person, you'd be a rotten one!
  • You are no friend of the Mark!
  • I'll beat you with this here hoe if you come any closer!
  • I may only be a farmer, Person, but I can still hold my own!
  • Who let you in here anyway?
  • You've made a big mistake!
  • You didn't feed the horses, Person, did you?
  • If you were a harvest, Person, you'd be a failed one!
  • Get out of my farm, you good-for-nothing sack of muck!
  • You're frightening my animals!

Rohan FarmhandEdit

Hired

  • Good day, Person.
  • The crops are growing well.
  • Hello there, Person.
  • This is fertile soil.
  • The green fields of the Mark are good for growing things, Person.
  • Ah, if only I had an ox to speed this up...
  • There is much farming to be done.
  • I'm working hard, as you can tell.
  • It's nice of you to talk to me. We farmhands don't get much conversation.
  • There's not a whole lot to be said about farming.
  • Remember to keep hydrated!
  • And how are you today, my friend Person?
  • Is it time for a break yet?
  • We Rohirrim are great riders, but we are fine farmers too.
  • Our crops will be ready soon!
  • I hope the horses will get to eat plenty of this.
  • Our horses love freshly grown crops.
  • Another busy day on the farm, I suppose.
  • They sing no songs of farmhands.
  • The men in the mead halls tell no tales of great farmhands.
  • It looks like it's about to rain, you know.
  • Beware the trees of the Entwood!

RohirrimEdit

Friendly

  • You are welcome in the Riddermark, Person.
  • Welcome, Person. What brings you to the land of Rohan?
  • Welcome to Rohan, Person.
  • The horses need feeding, Person!
  • What is your business here, traveller?
  • The kingdoms of Men are not as glorious as they once were.
  • Have you heard from our friends in Gondor, Person? Have they forsaken us?
  • Have you ever seen the Golden Hall, Person? The light of Meduseld shines far over the land!
  • These lands are troubled, Person. Orcs often break through our borders.
  • The days grow dark, and the nights grow cold.
  • The horses of Rohan are the finest in all Middle-earth.
  • I'm afraid we won't have enough food for the winter, Person.
  • If those Orcs of the White Hand ever come 'round here, I'm ready to fight.
  • New life grows ever where the forefathers of Rohan sleep.
  • We are the herdsmen and farmers of the Mark.
  • We Eorlingas are a proud and wilful race.
  • Be sure that you feed those horses, Person.
  • In these grim times our lands are often besieged by the servants of evil.
  • Have you heard the songs of Helm Hammerhand? They say he slew Dunlendings even to his last day on earth.
  • Have you heard the songs of Helm Hammerhand? They say he was found dead in the snow, with the blood of Dunlendings still frozen on his hands.
  • Seldom do Orcs journey in the open, under the sun, yet recently they have been doing so. I fear for our people.
  • Orcs bearing the White Hand have been seen crossing our borders and raiding our villages.
  • How tall and fair was Eorl the Young, who rode down out of the North!
  • I wish I could join the King's Riders, and fight for my family.
  • Horses always need feeding, you know.
  • You're not some wizard's spy, are you, Person?
  • The White Wizard has many spies in his service. You're not one of them, are you?
  • The White Wizard has taken Orcs into his service, and Wolf-riders, and wicked Men. War is coming.
  • Seldom do we have travellers in this land. What is your purpose here?
  • The King is ill, some say. He is not how he once was.
  • Be sure that you feed those horses well.
  • We are not yet at open war with the Power of the Black Land far away; but if you are fleeing from him, then you had best leave this land.
  • Beware the White Wizard, Person. He walks about like an old man, hooded and cloaked, they say.
  • Are you in league with the Sorceress of the Golden Wood? Webs of deceit were ever woven in Dwimordene.
  • There are old tales of talking trees in the Entwood. I'd like to know the truth, but none are brave enough to enter.
  • Beware the trees of the Entwood, Person!
  • Would you like to see my horses?
  • Don't forget to feed the horses!
  • Orcs are multiplying in the mountains. I fear for my family, Person.
  • The tales of Orc-raids in the Westfold grow year by year.
  • Where is the King when we need him, Person? Where are his riders?
  • I am afraid for our people.
  • The Dunlending wildmen name us Strawheads. Well, Person, I would rather have straw for hair than live every day among dirt and pig-filth.
  • I hope you didn't forget to feed those horses.
  • There's talk of raiders from the Black Land sneaking in by night and stealing our horses. I can't bear to think of it, to tell truth.
  • We Rohirrim value our horses above else. They are the best in all Middle-earth!
  • Have you ridden today, Person, or did you journey on foot?
  • Have you fed your horses well?
  • The days have come down in the West. Behind the hills, and into shadow.
  • Where is the horse and the rider? We are in need of them more than ever, Person.
  • To think we used to be good friends with the Men of Gondor! Long have they forsaken us.
  • Our crops wither, our horses are stolen, and they say the King's illness worsens by the day.
  • The people of Dunland are vicious, and cruel. Be wary of them.
  • The hillmen are growing ever more hostile. I have heard many tales of burned villages and slain horses.
  • Horses love a good carrot every now and again.
  • I hope you've been doing a good job of feeding those horses.

Hostile

  • You are not welcome in the Mark, Person!
  • You should have fled these lands long ago!
  • You will pay for your crimes, Person!
  • We Rohirrim shall not suffer your presence in these lands, Person!
  • You're a villain!
  • Get out of my sight, Person.
  • I suggest you leave this place, Person.
  • Away with you!
  • What do you want from me, you scoundrel?
  • You shall get no welcome here.
  • The heroes of Rohan will strike you down, Person.
  • You ruffian! Back to where you came from!
  • You serve the White Hand!
  • You're worse than the wild Men!
  • Guards! Guards!
  • The treachery of Isengard is unwelcome here.
  • Don't hurt my horses!
  • Off with you, you villain!
  • I don't do dealings with ne'er-do-wells like you!
  • Away with you, Person. We want no evil here.
  • What are you, Person, bandit, Goblin-man, or some devilry of Isengard?
  • You are a devil in the White Wizard's service! Begone!
  • Ruffians like you aren't welcome here.
  • The King's Riders will strike you down, Person.
  • You shall pay for your crimes.
  • Stay away from me.
  • I'll be having nothing to do with you.
  • You and your kind aren't welcome in Rohan.
  • Away with you, you villain!
  • People like you aren't welcome in these lands.

Rohan TraderEdit

Friendly

  • Welcome, Person! What can I get for you today?
  • Welcome to my stall, Person!
  • Have you seen the goods I carry here?
  • Be sure to check out my stall, Person. I have quite the full inventory waiting for you!
  • You won't find prices this good anywhere else in Rohan.
  • I'm sure you'll like what I have in store!
  • Don't just pass by my shop, Person - come and see!
  • Every bit of coin helps, Person. I have children at home to feed.
  • Hello, traveller! What are you looking to buy?
  • Who would waste their money on a horse when you can come here instead?
  • Buy something!
  • Come back any time you like. I'm here all day, every day.
  • You look like my next customer! Step right up!
  • If those White Hand Orcs come after my stall, I'll be sorting them out myself!
  • If those Orcs of Isengard come around here, that'll be the end of business. Please, buy something.
  • You don't seem to be from these parts, Person. Can I help you?
  • You seem friendly enough, Person. Care to take a look?
  • I'd love to trade with you again!
  • If you won't buy anything here, I doubt you'll be able to find anything better in the next village over.
  • I have many goods on offer.
  • There's plenty here for you to buy!
  • Come and browse my wares.
  • What is it you need, Person? I'm sure I have it!
  • Got any coins, my friend?
  • Got any coins, Person? I have to feed my family - or what's left of it.
  • Anything to buy? I have a horse to feed!
  • Ah, my good friend Person! How can I help you today?
  • I have many quality goods to trade.
  • I'd love to have some of that coin of yours.
  • Say there, Person. Do you have any coin to hand?
  • Come and browse these wares, Person. You won't regret it!
  • Ah, Person! You'll buy something - won't you?
  • I have a family to feed, Person.
  • You seem like a friendly fellow, Person. Just the sort I like to trade with.
  • Do you have any goods to sell?
  • Do you have any coin to trade?
  • Any goods to sell, Person?
  • I wonder if you're carrying anything valuable.
  • You just might have something I'd buy, Person.
  • What are you carrying, Person? Might be I can fetch you a good price for it.
  • Are you in need of a few coins? I buy as well as I sell, Person.
  • Are you looking for deals, Person? I have the best deals.
  • I have the best deals in town. In fact, the best deals in Rohan!
  • It's market day today, Person. Come and have a look!
  • Anything here that interests you, Person?

Hostile

  • Get away!
  • We don't tolerate scoundrels like you in the Mark!
  • Be on your way, Person!
  • I won't be selling anything to you.
  • Be on your way or I'll beat you with this loaf!
  • We don't appreciate your kind here!
  • I don't deal with villains, Person!
  • You should be locked up, not wandering around markets!
  • Off with you, or I'll summon the guards!
  • The riders will be after you, Person!
  • Run off! Else I'll beat you with this!
  • You won't be getting any of my goods!
  • Get out of here, you scum!
  • I don't want any trouble, you hear?
  • I'm an honest merchant, Person, but you're not an honest fellow.
  • I only trade with the good-hearted men of the Riddermark.
  • Well, I shan't be buying anything from you.
  • Aren't folk like you supposed to be kept out of these parts?
  • I shan't be selling anything to you, Person! Good day!
  • Guards! Here! Guards!
  • Scum of Isengard, you are!
  • Begone, criminal!
  • The riders will be after you, Person!
  • Sorry, Person, but I don't do trade with no-gooders like you.
  • Riders! Riders! This fellow stole my wares!
  • Stop! Thief!

Rohan ShieldmaidenEdit

Friendly

  • I am a shieldmaiden of Rohan.
  • Welcome to Rohan, Person.
  • We women of Rohan can fight as well as any man.
  • Welcome to Rohan. From which land do you hail?
  • Any woman of Rohan can fight just as well as a man, though few of us choose that path.
  • The horses of Rohan are the finest in all Middle-earth.
  • My duty is with my people, Person. And if that means I must fight, then fight I shall.
  • We must rid our lands of those vile Orcs!
  • We women cannot hide in our homes while the shadow of Isengard grows long across these lands.
  • The women-folk of Rohan are no less valiant than our men.
  • There are many enemies abroad in these lands, Person. Watch where you ride.
  • The fortress of Helm's Deep has guarded our people in times of great need. I hope it will not come to that again.
  • There are those who say that women should not fight in battle. What would they say, I wonder, should my sword save them from death?
  • These are dark times for Rohan, Person. Both our men and our women should be ready to take up arms, if need calls for it.
  • I long to do battle with the foes of Rohan.
  • I have trained with a sword since I was young. Now, I long for great deeds.
  • Neither the wild Men of the hills nor the wolves of Isengard shall give me cause to fear.
  • Have you heard the songs of Helm Hammerhand? They say he slew Dunlendings even to his last day on earth.
  • Have you heard the songs of Helm Hammerhand? They say he was found dead in the snow, with the blood of Dunlendings still frozen on his hands.
  • There are many great horses in these lands, Person, and all are fit for battle.
  • I have fought in battles before, Person. Though I found need to disguise myself as a man.

Rohirrim StablemasterEdit

Friendly

  • Hello there, Person.
  • If you seek a fine steed, you've come to the right place.
  • My horses are waiting in the paddock.
  • These horses love treats. Do you have any fruits or vegetables?
  • Welcome to the stable, Person!
  • We Rohirrim have the best horses. Believe me.
  • I can see you are a friend to horses.
  • Do you need any horsing supplies?
  • There's nothing these horses love more than a good apple from time to time!
  • I never forget to feed my horses.
  • A horse needs plenty of hay.
  • Good day, Person! How was your ride?
  • We have great respect for horses.
  • These horses all need feeding!
  • The horse is a Rohir's best friend.
  • I love these horses, Person, each and every one.
  • A gentle horse-master leads to a happy horse.
  • Be sure not to spook the horses!
  • These horses are noble beasts, Person.
  • The horses of Rohan are wise and noble. See that you treat them with care.
  • Don't forget to feed the horses!

Neutral

  • We Rohirrim guard our horses carefully.
  • You may know how to ride a horse, Person, but how well does the horse know you?
  • You'll have to go elsewhere, I'm afraid.
  • We treasure our horses, Person. I wouldn't just give them out to a stranger like you.
  • Good day to you, Person! Are you a friend of Rohan, or just passing by?
  • I can't say I've seen you before.
  • You're not from around these parts, are you?

Hostile

  • Begone with you, foul beast!
  • You shall never lay hands on a horse of Rohan!
  • These horses would kick you to the ground if you so much as set foot in their paddock!
  • No horse would ever serve you, Person!
  • Out with you! Villain!
  • This land is no place for foul beasts like you.
  • May your steed cast you from its back!
  • Keep off my horses, you scoundrel!
  • No horse of Rohan would ever deign to serve a villain like you!
  • You are no friend to our horses!
  • You are an enemy to me, and to my horses!
  • Away with you, Person!
  • I would not trade with a scoundrel like you.
  • Off with you, you ne'er-do-well!
  • These horses wouldn't trust you, and nor do I!
  • No horse of Rohan would ever see fit to bear you!
  • You disgrace the very stables in which you stand!
  • You are no friend of Rohan.
  • These horses are no friend to villains like you.
  • You should run far from here.
  • I will not welcome you into my stables.
  • Leave my stables!

TauredainEdit

Tauredain ChieftainEdit

Friendly

  • The Lion-Men must pay for their crimes. Burn their homes, loot their treasures, and slay their people!
  • It is time for war, Person. War against the thieves who stole our Mûmakil.
  • A new empire is rising. Will you lead us to victory?
  • They burn our trees and steal our Mûmakil. But now, Person, now is the time for revenge.
  • My men have a reputation to uphold. Leave the grass-tribes cowering in fear.
  • Drive them from their homes with blade and poison and fire! Show those savages our strength!
  • My warriors are yours to command.
  • War will come to all. Lead my men to victory!
  • The power of the jungle will break the strength of mortal men!
  • The great Mûmak will lead your stampede against our enemies, Person!
  • Show no mercy to those desert snakes!

Neutral

  • Come back another day, Person. You are not worthy yet.
  • You are not fit to lead my soldiers, Person.
  • Prove your worth in battle, and kill more rats of the plains, and then you might earn our loyalty.
  • Show me that you are more than just a peasant, Person.
  • Can you even fight? Go and kill some more savages!
  • You would bring nothing but weakness to my warriors.
  • You, leading my men? A joke! You are not even worthy of my respect, Person.
  • Only great warriors deserve to lead other warriors. You are no great warrior.
  • What makes you think you are worthy of leading my men, Person?
  • Go and kill all the Snake-Men in the North, and then maybe you can buy my warriors.
  • Pathetic. Not even a mark on your face. You cannot lead our warriors.
  • I see no reason to give my warriors to a weakling like you.

Tauredain FarmerEdit

Friendy

  • Our fields are rich and bountiful, Person. We will never let our people starve.
  • The Lion-Men pillage our fields and burn our land. But our people will not starve at the hands of those savages!
  • We grow the greatest crops in all the world. Unlike the foul grass-tribes. They only know how to steal!
  • The jungle is kind to us, Person.
  • These forests give us life, and in return, we help them grow.
  • We grow many crops here, Person. The jungle has blessed us.
  • Show kindness to the trees and the fields, Person, for without their fruit, you would not be alive.
  • We are kind to the earth, so that when our time comes we may sleep peacefully beneath it.
  • War? It was not war that made us great, Person. It was the fields and the trees.
  • Too many have forgotten that we owe all our lives to the jungle. The shamans know, but they are few.
  • If you are wise, Person, you will eat mangoes. They are good for you.
  • Do you wish to buy anything from the jungle?
  • The jungle may give its fruits freely, Person, but I ask for a little silver.
  • There is much good in the earth.
  • I have many choice crops on offer.
  • Are you hungry, Person?
  • Our people work the fields with care.
  • Do you seek help on your farm? I have some farmhands looking for work.

Hostile

  • Begone, Lion-Man! Do not profane these sacred forests!
  • You disgrace the ground upon which you stand!
  • I shall not give my crops to you!
  • You are a savage. Get out!
  • You are accursed by the jungle!
  • Get out of our lands, Person!
  • The jungle has no love for villains like you!

Tauredain FarmhandEdit

Hired

  • Be kind to the jungle, and it will be kind to you, Person.
  • I am glad that you are a friend of our people.
  • Do not trade crops with the Lion-Men!
  • Food grown in the jungle is better than all else.
  • Cut only the trees you must, Person.
  • What are we growing today?

Tauredain ShamanEdit

Friendly

  • I have many oddities from the jungle. What would you like?
  • Some call it witchery. I call it medicine.
  • Our cocoa drink invigorates even the weakest wanderer!
  • What remedies can I offer you, Person?
  • Are you sick, Person? I can heal many things!
  • Who eats banana bread anyway?
  • Banana bread is such a disgrace to good breads.
  • Do you have any delicious mangoes for me, Person?
  • I'll buy lots of fruits, if you have them, Person.
  • My darts are the sharpest in all the jungle!
  • I might have just what you are looking for, Person.
  • What can I get for you Person, warrior of the jungle?
  • I hope you have enough silver, Person.
  • My goods aren't pricey, but they're not cheap either, Person.
  • You could use some strength, Person. I may have just the thing!

Neutral

  • You don't quite have my trust yet, Person. Come back another day!
  • I don't want your mangoes, Person.
  • Prove your friendship with our people, and then you may buy from me.
  • You look like trouble, Person.
  • I doubt you have enough money for my goods.
  • You don't look like one of us.
  • I bet you like banana bread, Person. Fool!
  • You are not a friend of my people, Person. Begone.
  • I doubt you are any better than those thieving Lion-Men, Person.
  • Mind yourself, Person. It is unwise to make enemies in this jungle.

Hostile

  • No more dealings with you, Person!
  • Thieves! Mongrels! Slaves of the Enemy! You are all dead in my eyes.
  • Grassland savage! You will get nothing but death from me!
  • How foolish of you to come here, Person!
  • The beasts of the jungles will tear you apart!
  • There is no hope for you now, Person!
  • What makes you think you deserve what I have to sell, Person?
  • I will boil you down in a cauldron!
  • The lion's roar is silent here!
  • Our warriors will crush you, savage!
  • I will not trade with a savage out of the plains!

TauredainEdit

Friendly

  • You look like a brave warrior, Person.
  • You are a fighter of the jungle, are you not, Person?
  • One day, the empire of the forests will rise again.
  • The time has come. Our empire will soon rise again!
  • Those barbaric northern tribes will soon be crushed.
  • The evil Eye will never have power here.
  • The trees of the jungle grow tall and strong, Person, like its people.
  • Our jungle warriors are mightier than any fiend of the plains.
  • Those lion-worshipping savages continue to steal our Mûmakil!
  • Too often do the Lion-Men chop our trees and steal our beasts!
  • Will you help our empire rise again, Person?
  • I am glad to see you share our hatred of those zebra-riding spear-savages, Person!
  • The pyramids of the old empire are mighty and ancient, but many are long since lost to us.
  • Many treasures of our fallen empire are now lost to the jungle.
  • You look like a strong warrior, Person.
  • This forest is our home. Doom to any who would destroy it!
  • Are you skilled with the blowgun, Person?
  • The Men of the plains are wretched savages. They have no place here!
  • What brings you into our jungle, Person?
  • Welcome, wanderer from the North. I confess I am surprised you made it this far south.
  • Most travellers from the North burn in the desert before they reach this place.
  • The evil Eye has no followers amongst our people.
  • Men and beasts from the evil Eye have devastated our precious forests. Their savagery is not welcome here.
  • The old empire will rise again, some day.
  • The people of the plains are primitive and brutal. Do not trust them!
  • The lion-tribes are our mortal enemies.
  • It is unwise to have dealings with the savage tribes outside our forests.
  • Beware the Lion-Men, Person. They eat the flesh of friend and foe alike!
  • Our empire was once the greatest in all the world.
  • At the edge of the world is a land of fires and smoke. There are... things living there, half-man, half-demon. I pray they do not come here, Person.

Hostile

  • Leave this jungle, Person!
  • You don't belong in our homelands!
  • Die, grassland savage!
  • You won't last long here, Person!
  • Weaklings like you don't last long in these forests!
  • I'll feed you to the crocodiles!
  • Flee, servant of evil!
  • Barbarian of the plains! Begone, Person!
  • Your death will be quick, Person!
  • Run while you can, Person - this will only hurt a lot!
  • You are not welcome here, friend of the Lion-Men!
  • The jungle beasts haven't slain you yet? Then I shall!
  • The evil Eye cannot save you now, Person!
  • You will choke on your own blood, Person!
  • The Great Lion has no power here, Person!

Tauredain WarriorEdit

Friendly

  • Help us destroy the savage grass-tribes, Person!
  • Those barbarians of the plains need to be destroyed.
  • They steal our Mûmakil, so we steal their lives, Person.
  • Our great empire will rise again!
  • They chop our trees, so we chop their necks, Person.
  • The Lion-Men are dirty mongrels. Kill them all, Person.
  • Our blowguns are faster than any bow, Person!
  • I'm glad to see you are a warrior like us, Person.
  • How many Moredain savages have you killed, Person?
  • The jungle is ours and ours alone, Person, and we will defend it from anyone who says otherwise!
  • The evil Eye has no power over us! We will prevail!
  • What do you need, Person?
  • A warrior like you should be joining us in battle against those savages.
  • How skilled are you with a blowgun, Person?
  • Help us fight the forces of evil, Person. Help our empire rise again.
  • One day, our empire will once again be the mightiest in all the world.
  • Death to the Lion-Men!
  • Help us destroy the empire of the serpents, Person!
  • The Snake-Men are servants of the evil Eye. Show them no mercy in battle.
  • The Snake-Men profane our sacred beasts by using them as weapons of war. Cut down every Snake-Man you see.
  • There have come tales of demons out of the East, half-man, half-monster. They must be destroyed.
  • The great Eye has many wicked Men in his service, and black beasts, and darker things too... all of them must die.

Hostile

  • You thieving mongrel! Run with fear!
  • Run while you still can, slave of evil!
  • Your death will be painful and slow, Person!
  • Prepare to die, friend of the Enemy!
  • Your people are not welcome here!
  • I will avenge our stolen gods!
  • We shall throw your bones to the crocodiles!
  • We will paint the ground with your blood, Person!
  • Your wounds will sting like the venom of the scorpion!
  • You are foolish to go against the might of the old empire!
  • You are a demon out of the North. You have no place here!
  • Another savage from the wild plains. Kill it!
  • You are less than a rabid beast, Person!
  • How dare you stand against our mighty empire?
  • You were a fool for coming here, and now, Person, you will die!

Hired

  • We fight for you, Person! Lead us to victory!
  • Death to the Lion-Men!
  • Our empire will rise again, Person! We will follow you to victory!
  • The Snake-Men enslaved our Mûmakil. Destroy every one of their people!
  • Show those grassland savages no mercy!
  • Go, Person, show our enemies the meaning of fear!
  • Our foes will flee in fear with you leading us, Person.
  • They won't last long against us, Person!
  • They stole our sacred beasts, and now they will pay! To war! To war!
  • We will fight by your side, Person.
  • The Snake-Men and Lion-Men will pay for their crimes!
  • They stand no chance with you leading us, Person.
  • Our empire will rise again! Lead the Forest-Men to victory, Person!
  • We will follow you into any battle, Person.

UtumnoEdit

Tormented ElfEdit

Hostile

  • Please... help... us!
  • There is no escape from this darkness. There is no hope.
  • Man-flesh! Give me man-flesh! No... no! What am I saying?
  • He promised wealth... He promised power... He said He would let us go...
  • I cannot unsee it. I will never forget the terrible glare of His eyes. Please, let us go!
  • Help us! Please help us! We cannot endure any more!
  • Who are you? How did you come here? There is no hope in this place. You will succumb to the darkness.
  • He took us away. He tortured us. He turned many into those foul Orcs! He will not turn me! No!
  • No, no, no! This cannot be! You are just another one of His puppets sent to torture us! Leave us alone!
  • What... who... how? Do you come to free us from our torment?
  • His glare is ever upon us... you cannot escape it. You will die!
  • Flesh! I want flesh! Flesh!
  • I must serve Him. I must obey Him.
  • We must obey... We must serve...
  • The darkness shall consume you. You cannot escape it.
  • Do you come to torture us?
  • How could you enter the darkness of Utumno? There is no hope here. You shall soon join us in our suffering.
  • You shall fall, wretched creature of light!
  • Do you come from Him, to torment us further? No! I shall not allow it!
  • How many more thousands of years must I languish in these depths?
  • No light... nothing but screams and shadow...
  • There is no way out! None!
  • Your spirit shall linger in Utumno until the breaking of the world!
  • What hope you had in escaping is long gone. You will be consumed by the Shadow.
  • Your soul shall be trapped down here until the end of time!
  • You will soon succumb to the darkness of Utumno.
  • Man-flesh! Sweet and juicy Man-flesh! I can smell it!
  • There is no light that can defeat the Shadow.

OrcsEdit

  • I smell man-flesh!
  • Flesh! Flesh! Flesh!
  • Come here! I'll make a good dinner out of you.
  • How did you get down here? Doesn't matter! You're supper!
  • We must serve the Great Dark One! We will obey!
  • Where are you trying to run, filth? There is no escape from the shadows!
  • I will strangle you like a worm!
  • Yes! Fresh flesh! I've not tasted it in thousands of years!
  • Boys, we'll be dining on fresh flesh today!
  • If He commands it, I will obey.
  • What is this? How did you get down here, worm?
  • Run, scum! Run before you get squished like the pitiful little worm you are.
  • His word is law. All must obey.
  • No light can escape the terror of His darkness!
  • Our Lord shall return, one day... and we shall rise once more!
  • Your pointy stick is no match for the wicked blades of Melkor!
  • You have made a terrible mistake entering here! Soon you shall be inside my stomach!
  • Yes! Your flesh smells good, light-filth! You will make a good supper.
  • You smell good! I will enjoy feasting on your flesh!
  • Ha! Ha! Fool, do you really think your puny little blade can pierce my plates?
  • He will return one day, and we shall rise and rule the world once more...
  • I'll throw you to my dogs, scum. They will enjoy ripping your flesh apart!

BalrogEdit

  • No living being may enter these ancient halls. And no living being may leave them!
  • What is this? A worm out of the depths? How came you here?
  • No blade ever forged by Man or Elf or Dwarf can save you from the darkness of our Lord!
  • You cannot escape. You shall be consumed by the darkness.
  • You fool! You have made a grave mistake entering our halls.
  • Fool, there is no escape. You cannot run, and you cannot hide.
  • No light can overcome the darkness of Utumno!
  • Whatever form of life you are, scum, you shall not remain so for long!
  • Ha! The Valar must be fools to think that pitiful scum like you can stand against the Great Darkness.
  • What filthy spawn of the surface world are you? Bow down to the will of Melkor or you shall feel our wrath!
  • Fleshling, you shall be consumed!
  • What are you? How dare you enter here? You shall soon meet your demise.
  • Come here, filth! My Orcs shall be pleased. They have not had fresh meat in ten thousand years!
  • I am Ainur, born of the songs that sung the world into being! Your pitiful weapon cannot harm me!
  • Scum, you shall soon meet your demise. No living being can escape the darkness of Melkor the Corruptor.
  • I am your doom. I am your death!
  • What are you? Some filthy spawn of Orc? I will feed you to my chattels.
  • Soon you shall be corrupted as all light that ever entered here. And then, you shall serve me!
  • Death cannot save you, scum. Even your wretched spirit shall serve me!
  • Whence came you, filth? How did you enter here? It matters not. Soon you shall meet your doom.
  • No creature has left these pits in ten thousand years. And you shall not be the first!
  • You think your weak mortal flesh can challenge me?
  • Your tiny blade cannot pierce me, fool!
  • Pitiful fool. You shall meet your end soon.
  • What madness drove you here, outsider? Doesn't matter. You will meet your end here.
  • Your pitiful flesh will be consumed by the darkness. Not even your blackened bones will remain.
  • Fool! You have made a terrible mistake entering these dungeons.

Woodland RealmEdit

Wood-Elf CaptainEdit

Friendly

  • Do you seek to hire warriors? My Elves might chance to follow you, Person.
  • I suppose I could delegate some Elven warriors to you - in exchange for a small payment, of course.
  • Have you any silver coins with which to buy the forces of the Woodland Realm?
  • We Wood-elves are not cheap brawlers, Person.
  • If you fight with us, Person, then we shall fight with you.
  • There are many skilled warriors under my command.
  • We Elves of Mirkwood, due to an incredible amount of threats, have become incredibly good at fighting.
  • It seems that you are an Elf-friend, Person. I shall allow you to lead my warriors.
  • I have the finest warriors in all of Mirkwood!
  • Even my tireless warriors desire payment, Person.
  • I will allow you to hire some of our valiant warriors, for you have proven that you are a true friend of our kin.
  • In these gloomy times we must keep to ourselves and protect our own realm. But I can offer you some of my troops, for a price.
  • Greetings, Person! Do you seek to command the mighty Elven warriors of this realm?

Neutral

  • We Wood-elves will not fight for one so young as you, Person.
  • No Elf of Mirkwood would follow your command.
  • Only the mightiest of Men are fit to command the warriors of Mirkwood, Person.
  • You would seek to hire my warriors? Ilúvatar has placed no bounds on the folly of Men.
  • You are no great warrior of the Elder Days, Person, nor a Man of the West. Begone!
  • What foolishness makes you think an Elf of Mirkwood would follow your lead, Person?
  • Great Men sometimes fight with us in battle. You are no great Man, Person.
  • Which fool gave you passage into our lands?
  • I have yet to see any Adan of Endor capable of leading Elves, and you are no exception, Person.
  • You are not yet ready to command our kin, Person.
  • Prove your allegiance to our kin and I may consider giving you some troops!
  • My mighty warriors shall only follow true friends of our kin.
  • I do not yet deem you worthy enough to command my excellent warriors.

Wood-elvesEdit

Friendly

  • Welcome to the land of the Elvenking, Person.
  • Welcome to our woodland realm.
  • Let us drink wine and be merry together!
  • What tidings from the world of Men, Person?
  • Greenwood of old this forest was called... but now a shadow lies over it.
  • Beware the spawn of Ungoliant!
  • Take care in the woods, Person. You might lose your way...
  • Do not wander too deeply into the forest, Person, for evil things lurk within.
  • What business brings you to these lands, Person?
  • We Elves of the Woodland Realm must remain vigilant, for there is always evil on our borders.
  • Always we must be on the watch, Person.
  • The land beyond our borders is rife with corruption. But it was not always so...
  • Beware the waters of these lands! A powerful enchantment flows within them.
  • Old fat spider spinning in a tree! Old fat spider can't see me!
  • Ah, the wine of Dorwinion... the sweetest liquor that did ever pass my lips.
  • The bows of Mirkwood are swifter than all others.
  • We are the Silvan Elves of the Woodland Realm.
  • May the stars of Elbereth guide you!
  • May the winds of Manwë show you the way!
  • Aiya Eärendil, elenion ancalima!
  • A star shines on the hour of our meeting, Person.
  • May the wind fill your sails!
  • May the leaves of your life tree never turn brown, Person!
  • Ai, Person!
  • Don't look for trouble, Person - it will come to you.
  • Welcome to my dwelling, Person.
  • Novaer.
  • Namárië.
  • I amar prestar aen, han mathon ne nen, han mathon ne chae a han noston ned wilith.
  • The time of our kin is almost done.
  • Our hearts desire to behold the land of Aman.
  • Soon we shall leave this world.
  • White gulls are calling...
  • The Nameless One has returned. We cannot stay in these lands for long.
  • That which has stood so long against the darkness will now fall.
  • We must depart into the West, or dwindle to a rustic folk of dell and cave, slowly to forget and to be forgotten.
  • That what should be shall be.
  • Our love for this land is deeper than the depths of the Sea.
  • We would rather cast all that we love away than submit to the will of the Dark Lord.
  • The world is changed; I can feel it in the water, I can feel it in the earth, I can smell it in the air.
  • Rumour grows of a shadow in the East. We fear that the Nameless One has returned.
  • The Sea calls us home.
  • The time of the Elves is over.
  • My people are leaving these shores.
  • Some things that should have not been forgotten were lost.
  • Long are the waves on the Last Shore falling.
  • A star rises out of the darkness.
  • Hail, Eärendil, brightest of stars!
  • Be on your guard, Person. I fear that an evil presence has taken shelter in this forest. I can sense it.
  • Welcome to our fair realm, Person.
  • Welcome to the land of Lord Thranduil, king of the Woodland Realm!
  • Do not wander carelessly through the forest, Person. There are evil things that linger within.
  • Thanks to the guidance of our King and our skill, we were able to endure in this realm, though barely.
  • The trees of these woods have long protected us from the dangers of the outside world.
  • You have not truly drank wine until you have tasted the fine grapes of Dorwinion!
  • Something dark and evil has once more taken hold of the black hill of Dol Guldur.
  • May you have peace under the fair green crowns of the trees in this realm, Person!
  • In these dark times many dangers surround our borders. Be on your guard, Person.

Hired

  • We fight for the Woodland Realm!
  • You may be skilled in fighting, Person, but even you cannot match our abilities.
  • Silver coins mean little to an Elf. We have chosen to fight with you because it suits us, Person.
  • Our foes shall fall and be trampled like the leaves of the forest!
  • Neither spider, Orc filth, nor wicked Man may stand against the power of Mirkwood!
  • For Mirkwood!
  • For the Woodland Realm! For the Elvenking!
  • My arrows shall be swift and my blade sharp as they seek the flesh of the enemy.
  • All foul things shall perish before the bows and blades of Mirkwood.
  • May the grace of the Valar protect us in combat, Person.
  • My bow shall sing with your sword, Person!
  • The bones of our foes will gleam under the Sun, Person.
  • Let us cleanse this world of the foul scum of Mordor!
  • The days grow dark and cold, but the light of the Elves is not yet gone from this realm!
  • Evil is beginning to gather again in the fortress of Dol Guldur. It cannot be allowed to threaten our lands.
  • I shall follow you through shadow and flame! None shall withstand the gleaming light of our swords!
  • In the name of all that is good and true, let us cleanse this world of evil!
  • We must not allow evil to spread!
  • Let us cleanse this forest of the evil that poisons it!
  • The foul spawn of Ungoliant shall tremble before us!
  • No spawn of evil shall enter the Woodland Realm under our watch!

Hostile

  • Flee this forest, you Morgul-demon!
  • Return to the corruption whence you came!
  • You are not welcome here, Person!
  • You are no friend of the Elvenking!
  • Let's see you fight with an arrow in your flesh!
  • You should not have come here, Person!
  • May you be consumed by the spiders of the Enemy!
  • Do not bring evil into our land, Person!
  • Ha! You are no match for our bows and arrows!
  • To Udûn with you!
  • Go and kiss an Orc!
  • Death to the foes of the Elves!
  • Who brings to us this token of doom?
  • Begone, servant of Evil.
  • You shall face the same doom as your master, wretch of Dol Guldur!
  • I will not allow you to corrupt this forest!
  • You shall soon meet your end by our mighty bows.
  • Do not think I won't kill you, Orc-filth!

Neutral

  • Are you an Elf-friend?
  • Are you an Elf-friend, Person?
  • Do you come in peace, Person?
  • What tidings from the world of Men, Person?
  • Take care in the woods, Person. You might lose your way...
  • We are slow to trust those who come from outside, Person.
  • What business brings you to these lands, Person?
  • We Elves of the Woodland Realm must remain vigilant, for there is always evil on our borders.
  • Always we must be on the watch, Person.
  • It is not wise to wander unannounced into our land, Person...
  • Beware, Person, for we Wood-elves are slow to trust a stranger.
  • Your presence makes me uneasy.
  • Weak hearts are easily corrupted...
  • We are not like other Elven-folk, Person. We are more... cautious.
  • I cannot discern your intentions. You would be wise to leave these lands, Person.
  • Whence do you come, Person?
  • What business do you have in our realm, Person?
  • We Woodland Elves do not trust any stranger that passes by.
  • I am unsure of your heart, Person. You are unknown to our kin.
  • I have not seen a Man in many a year. What tidings do you bring to us, Person?

Wood-elf SmithEdit

Friendly

  • Greetings, Person. What can I forge for you?
  • The smith-skill of my kin is amongst the greatest in these lands!
  • I have many mighty weapons that I can offer you!
  • No Orc-arrow may pierce the armour that I forge!
  • What do you need, mellon-nin?
  • No spawn of evil may stand against our bows and blades!
  • What can I get you, Person?
  • These are dark times, Person. The Evil has returned. We must defend our borders. It is my duty to provide my friends with weapons.
  • No Orc-blade can match the sharpness and might of my blades!
  • These times are dangerous. Many Orcs have been sighted on our borders... they must be driven away or else the Shadow shall win.
  • The foes of our kin shall tremble beneath the mighty blades that I forge!
  • Since the darkening of Khazad-dum, we have not received much new metal. We always require more.
  • The Evil has returned to Dol Guldur. My kin shall soon go to battle. I must prepare the weapons and armour.
  • I am always in need of more metals for my smith-work. I will reward you if you bring me some.
  • I have learnt much of the skills of forging and smithing in my thousands of years of walking in this world.

Hostile

  • Begone, foul scum of Dol Guldur!
  • You will get nothing from me, spawn of evil.
  • How dare you enter this fair woodland realm? Your doom shall be swift, Person.
  • I will give you nothing, scum!
  • You have no power here, servant of evil!
  • I would rather die than give you any of these weapons!
  • You will have nothing from me but your doom, Person!
  • Leave or face the wrath of my kin!
  • I will not allow you to taint my gleaming armour with your foul hands!
  • Go back to the pits from which you spawned, scum!
  • Leave this wood or face our wrath, Person.
  • I shall not allow evil to corrupt this land! Begone!
  • Begone or face the wrath of our kin!
  • Begone from our lands, foul spawn of the Shadow!
  • You will meet your doom before you get any of my weapons!

Neutral

  • I do not trade with any old stranger that passes by...
  • You will have to prove your allegiance to our kin if you wish to make use of our mighty blades, Person.
  • Your presence is still young in my mind. You have not yet proven yourself to our kin.
  • Only a true Elf-friend may wield our mighty weapons!
  • A Man has not entered this realm in many a year. You will have to prove yourself to the Elves if you wish to wield our weapons.
  • The smith-skill of my kin is full of ancient lore and skill...
  • The days are growing ever darker in the world around us, but in this fair realm we shall endure.
  • If you wish to wield our mighty weapons, you will have to do more for our kin.
  • The Evil has returned.
  • You are not yet worthy enough to be entrusted with our bows and blades.
  • No evil shall dare enter the Greenwood under the watch and protection of my kin.
  • War is brooding. I can feel it in the air. Soon, the Evil of Dol Guldur shall make war on our realm.
  • You must prove yourself to our kin if you wish to trade with me.
  • These are dark times, Person. I cannot simply trust any stranger that wanders into our realm.
  • I do not give out the mighty weapons of my forge to any stranger that passes by!

Wood-Elf WarriorEdit

Friendly

  • I defend this woodland realm from those who would seek its destruction.
  • There is powerful magic here.
  • Beware, Person... there is much evil afoot in these lands.
  • I fight for the Silvan Elves of Mirkwood.
  • It is not often that Men venture into Mirkwood from outside.
  • Stay out of the shadows, Person.
  • Much evil lurks beyond our borders.
  • A star shines upon our meeting, Elf-friend.
  • Welcome to the land of the Elvenking, Person.
  • Welcome to our woodland realm.
  • Beware the spawn of Ungoliant!
  • We Elves of the Woodland Realm must remain vigilant, for there is always evil on our borders.
  • Always we must be on the watch, Person.
  • Greetings, Person. Welcome to the realm of the Elvenking.
  • Welcome to our fair realm, Person. What tidings do you bring to us from the world of Men?
  • Be on your guard, Person. The woods that lie beyond our borders are filled with creatures of shadow.
  • The woods around these lands are becoming more and more perilous.
  • I fear that the Shadow has once more returned to that accursed fortress in the south of Mirkwood.

Hostile

  • Take your evil and flee these lands, Person!
  • We do not welcome your kind here.
  • You should not have come here!
  • You are no match for the warriors of the Elvenking!
  • One way or another, you shall depart our lands!
  • You are mistaken if you think you can threaten us!
  • Flee, Morgul-scum!
  • Back into the shadows, you villain!
  • You were wrong to set foot here, Person!
  • To Udûn with you!
  • Go and kiss an Orc!
  • Death to the foes of the Elves!
  • Who brings to us this token of doom?
  • Begone from our lands, scum of Dol Guldur.
  • You shall soon meet your end, servant of evil.
  • Go back to the darkness whence you came!

OthersEdit

BanditsEdit

Hostile

  • Stand and deliver! Your money... or your life!
  • Hand over the goods, Person!
  • I wouldn't put up a fight if I was you!
  • I'll be filthy stinkin' rich after I'm done with you!
  • You won't be needin' all them things, will you now?
  • Well look what we've got here!
  • Time to pay!
  • Where are you hiding those pretty little coins?
  • Come here! I want to make a deal with you...
  • Your money is mine, maggot! Pay up!
  • What is that shining in your pocket? Is that a coin? Give it to me!

Oddment CollectorEdit

Departure

  • Come now, Person. Or you shall forever hold your scrap!
  • Person, are you sure you have no scrap to spare? For I shall have to leave soon! I accept firstborns for coin too...
  • It is almost time for me to leave, Person. So hurry if you want me to take your oddments off your hands!
  • I'm sure we can strike one last deal, Person.
  • Can you spare just a little more scrap before I depart these forsaken lands?
  • It's the scrap thats never collected that takes longest to sell, Person. So before I leave, can you not spare a little more scrap for a poor old oddment collector?
  • I shall soon be taking a well-earned break. So, quickly, Person, bring me your last scrap!
  • I fear this place has little else to offer me in the scrap market. I shall soon depart to richer lands.
  • The scrap that one hoards is worth little more than pebbles, Person. So come now and sell that rubbish of yours before I go far away!
  • The road must go on, Person! Who am I but a humble scrap collector to stop it. So before I hasten over the hills, let me rid you of any unwanted odds and ends.
  • Come trade with me quickly, Person! For I shall soon be leaving these lands to seek the wealth of the Gundabad Orcs.
  • I'm feeling thirsty, Person. A stay at a good inn would do me well! Luckily I know one near the mountains blue, so come quick or you shall miss me.
  • My deals don't last forever, Person.
  • A rest in a comfortable bed beckons, Person. Oddment collectors have to sleep too!
  • Roll up, roll up! Last scrap deals for many weeks!
  • Do you have no more scrap, Person? Then I shall have to leave.
  • We scrap collectors move often to find the best sources of oddments. I am no exception, Person.
  • Business is slow here. Perhaps it is time to seek my fortunes elsewhere.
  • I hear the Mango-Men of Harad have plenty of scrap iron. Perhaps I should seek them instead of waiting for you to empty your pockets, Person.

Friendly

  • Person. I see your pockets bulge with unwanted scraps! Let me replace them with a little coin...
  • Bring me your useless clutter in exchange for silver!
  • You look like you might have some useless bits and scrap, Person!
  • I offer the best prices in the land!
  • Trade is slow recently. Perhaps you could help me...
  • Silver for your scrap. No questions asked!
  • No rusty metals accepted.
  • Are you in need of a pretty penny, Person?
  • I could line your pack with coins for only a few pieces of scrap...
  • These wild lands are riddled with fear. But fear no more! Scrap for silver is here!
  • One day I hope to own halls of gold, admired even by the Dwarves...
  • They say the Orcs of Gundabad are in possession of much wealth. Perhaps I'll go travelling to them next.
  • You look like a good person, Person. Would you do an old merchant a favour and trade with me?
  • Iron, tin, copper and steel. Trade with me to fund your next meal!
  • I have been in the markets a long time. I know a customer when I see one. Hello, Person!
  • Some call me crooked. I prefer the term 'experienced'.
  • Odds are my trade, silver my pay. Swap your scrap for a brighter day!
  • Us merchants make good poets; talk a little longer and I may see fit to give you a rhyme.
  • I have traded with kings, you know, Person.
  • All I seek is a little metal. Bring sword, pan, pot and kettle!
  • Ah, Person. It would be my honour to swap that scrap of yours for a little... coin.
  • Person! Do you come with a deal?
  • By my own admission I am a fine tradesman!
  • I walk many roads and light many fires. Yet of oddment-dealing a man never tires.
  • Person. Scrap deals are my tipple!
  • I like to think of myself as a little bit of a expert. Trade with me and I will show you why.
  • My favourite metal is... why. It's gold! But a bit of rusty scrap never went amiss...
  • As metals go, lead is a poor fare.
  • I dream of fine clothes, a warm hearth and... more gold.
  • I smell scrap!
  • Personally, I like a little ale. Are you fond of the drink too? Why, yes! I could give you the coin to buy more!
  • You know where to come if you ever need to rid yourself of that scrap, Person.
  • You have no need of that scrap, Person. I will take it off your hands and give you silver beyond your wildest dreams.
  • I'll even accept half a sword if that's all you have, Person.
  • I can tell a metal by taste, any metal!
  • My poetry is as fine as my bargains.
  • Come strike a deal with me, Person! A merchant can't make all his living from selling earth to the Goblins.
  • Bring me scrap, and oddments funny, and I shall fill your hands with money!
  • What's that? No, of course I have no sinister underlying motive for buying all this scrap off you. Haha!
  • What do I do with all this scrap I buy? Well, that's none of your business, my friend!
  • You have been visited by the rare scrap trader of wealth and prosperity! Great riches and fortune shall come to you, but only if you say, 'Thank you, mister scrap trader!'
  • Your coming was foretold, Person. And it was also foretold that you would sell me some of that scrap you have!
  • Give me coin or I'll kidnap your daughter when you're on holiday in Harad!
  • Some may call this junk... me, I call them treasures.
  • Scrap for the Scrap God!
  • And with this scrap you sell me, my master plan will final- oh, hello there, Person!
  • Some say there are murderous spirits from the Elder Days that can take the form of any living creature. Even an oddment collector.
  • Say, Person, you look just like the last poor soul that wandered into my tr... emendously good bargains!
  • One man's trash is another man's treasure!
  • Scrap isn't good for anyone's health. But give it to me, and I'll bless you with wealth!
  • If you don't give me your scrap, I'll curse the sun to not rise tomorrow! Haha!
  • We scrap collectors wander the lands, looking for scrap to take off your hands!
  • Everything is going as planned.
  • Everything has a price, even your life.

Hostile

  • I shall never have dealings with you again!
  • May your metal rust, Person!
  • Begone, fool!
  • My trade has brought me into many dangers. I am well-accustomed to thugs like you!
  • You are bad for business!
  • I don't plan to end my scrap trading days here!
  • A rusty blade would be a kindness for you!
  • I will never accept your scrap!
  • I curse you to a life of little coin!
  • I will not negotiate with bandits!
  • In all my years I have never seen one so awful as you, Person!
  • I may be a humble tradesman, but a coward I am not!
  • You will not see another moon, Person!
  • You are a fool, Person!
  • It shames me to think I would have traded with you, Person!
  • Do not approach me again, Person!
  • May your weapon forever rust!
  • Your gold is fake, Person!
  • Begone, Person!
  • I hope never to set eyes upon you again, Person!
  • You will rot, Person!
  • Tradesmen will spit upon your name and your grave!
  • Why do you challenge me, Person?
  • Curse you, Person!
  • Curse you to poverty!
  • I curse your name and your goods, Person!
  • You are nothing but a common scoundrel! Begone, Person!
  • Do not suppose to trade with me!
  • Begone, you ruffian!
  • Get away from me, ruffian!
  • You look like a common bandit! Off with you!

Smith

  • A deal well done, my friend. Now off you go!
  • As you see, Person, my skills in smithcraft are unmatched!
  • 'Twas a pleasure to relieve you of your coin.
  • What, do you regret our little deal? Time is too short for regret, my friend. Go and enjoy yourself!
  • That may have been the best trade deal in the history of trade deals.
  • What? You didn't want all those coins weighing you down, did you?
  • I hope you're satisfied with that. I certainly am!
  • I bet you've never seen a better piece of smithcraft in all your life.
  • And that's what you get for asking a wandering scrap trader to smith your precious trinkets!
  • Customer satisfaction has never been higher.
  • Do you know that sound, Person? It's the sound of a deal well struck!
  • You can't complain. I'm cheaper than most.
  • I'm almost as great a wordsmith as I am a worker of metals.
  • Even the Lambengolmor of Tirion upon Túna are no match for my skill with words.
  • We scrap traders are masters of words and names.
  • That was the best trade deal I've seen since the days of the Lamps.
  • What, is there something wrong?
  • I learned my letters from the kind of teachers you could only dream of having.
  • What? The smithing process often goes wrong, Person. We can't all be Telchars and Celebrimbors.
  • Smithcraft is a fine art, Person. You shouldn't complain about little mistakes here and there.
  • Good, good! Now take it, and be on your way.
  • I am but a humble wandering merchant. Forgive me if I made a small mistake.
  • Another deal well struck! Now don't you have business elsewhere, Person?
  • 'Twas a pleasure, Person! Now I suppose you'll be on your way.

Utumno

  • How did I wander down here so far, you ask? I have my ways!
  • Well, fancy seeing you down here!
  • Let's see... now, where did I leave my heathers...
  • You followed me all the way in here just to sell me your scrap? I'm flattered, Person.
  • Where there's beings who'll trade, there's money to be made!
  • I'm here to hunt Balrogs. Yes, that sounds believable.
  • It's almost harvesting season.
  • Flesh! Flesh! Flesh... goes for a surprisingly good price down here!
  • Well, this wasn't supposed to happen.
  • Person! Of all the people I expected to see down here...
  • Person? Who let you in?
  • If I'm down here with you, then who's trading with the people up above?
  • Kaspar told me I could find Fëanor's tormented soul down here.
  • There has been a mistake.
  • I'll see you down on the fourth level.
  • I'm looking for the fourth level, Person. Have you found it yet?
  • I'm planning to steal the Star of Eärendil. Don't tell anyone!
  • Goodness me. Person! This is an unlikely surprise.
  • Flesh of the tormented, blood of the forsaken, screams of the - oddments! Yes, oddments... do you have any to sell?
  • Fancy that! Person! And now I shall have to be on my way.
  • What? What am I doing down in the pits of Utumno? Well, what are you doing down in the pits of Utumno, Person?
  • Now if I could only find a way down into the fourth pits...
  • A key of ice is rather nice, but a key of fire I truly... goodness me, it's you, Person!
  • I seek the keys of fire. And I shouldn't have told you that, should I? Not to worry, you'll never make it out of here alive...
  • Melkórë? But I thought you were - oh, it's just you, Person. Excuse me.
  • Ah, I remember this place back when they still called it Utumna.

TrollsEdit

Friendly

  • Have you seen any burglarobbits round 'ere?
  • Blimey, I'm starvin'!
  • Give us a bit o' fresh meat, will you?
  • Mutton yesterday, mutton today. An' blimey, if it don't look like mutton again tomorrow!
  • Me guts are ramblin'!
  • What you after then?
  • What're you lookin' at?
  • Got any grub?
  • What're you up to?
  • I don't know 'bout you, but I'm starvin'!
  • 'Ey up, what's all this then?
  • What do you want?
  • Got something other than that stinkin' mutton?
  • Oi! Get me some meat!
  • I'm done bitin' this stupid ol' Man-bone!
  • We better get off before that ol' Sun gets up again!

Hired

  • Let's go get some fresh meat!
  • I'm starvin'!
  • Can't wait to get me chops stuck into some nice juicy meat an' bone!
  • Blimey, when're we goin' to do some killin'?
  • Time to go give some little wrigglers a beatin'!
  • You what?
  • Blimey, I'm starvin'! Got anythin' to eat?
  • What're you lookin' at?
  • An' what've we got 'ere then?
  • What're you wantin' now?
  • I'm the most cleverest Troll in all o' the world!
  • Shut your cakehole an' get me some flesh!
  • I can't wait for a bit o' rough an' tumble!
  • My stomach is starvin'! Let's go hunt some Man-meat!
  • What are we waitin' for? My stomach can't hold forever!
  • After I kick 'em with my stick, they won't get up anymore!
  • Time to hunt some fresh and juicy meat!
  • Oi! Let's get movin'! That ol' Sun won't be hidin' for ever!

Hostile

  • I'll 'ave your guts for garters!
  • You what?
  • You'd taste nice with a bit o' seasoning!
  • This one thinks 'e can outsmart us!
  • You're a clever little blighter, ain't you?
  • Shut your cake hole!
  • Come 'ere, you little wriggler!
  • You'd make a nice snack, you would!
  • You look scrumptious!
  • What's a Person? Does it taste like chicken?
  • I wonder 'ow long it'd take to cook you!
  • This one's all skin an' bone!
  • You're a cheeky one!
  • I'll make dinner out of you!
  • You'll smell good in the pot!
  • You'll taste good with some mutton!
  • This one's a little troublemaker, boys! Let's cook 'im!
  • I'll squish you like a little bug!

Tickling

  • Stop it!
  • That tickles!
  • Ow! That tickles!
  • Stop brushin' me with that!
  • What're you tryin' to do, make me sneeze or somethin'?
  • You're makin' me 'ooter itch!
  • Stop ticklin' me!
  • That's makin' me need a sneeze!
  • I'm goin' to sneeze!
  • That itches! Stop it, you!
  • Stop ticklin' me with that feather!
  • Hey you! Stop it! That itches!
  • Stop it! It's makin' me sneeze!

GollumEdit

Catch fish

  • Sméagol has caught fish for Master!
  • Fishies! Juicy and sweet!
  • We catches them, precious! We catches the fishies!
  • Look what Sméagol has got, Master!
  • Fishies, precious! Fishies!
  • Fishies for Master!
  • Look! Juicy, sweet fishies for Master!
  • Good Sméagol brings fishies to Master! Sméagol is good! Yes, yes!
  • Sweet and juicy! Fishies for Sméagol, and fishies for Master!
  • Look at what we caught! Look Master! Fishies!

Fishing

  • Come here, fishies!
  • Come to Sméagol, fishies!
  • The rocks and pool is nice and cool!
  • It splishes, and it splashes, and then we strangles it!
  • Stop wriggling, fishies!
  • Splish, splash, stamp!
  • It's raw! It's wriggling! It's juicy!
  • We sees it! Yes, yes! The fishies will be ours!
  • Sweet and juicy, slippery and cold! Where are you hiding, my fishies?
  • Curse these slippery fishies!
  • Fishies swim fast, but not fast enough!
  • Come to us, my sweet fishies! We doesn't hurt you!

Follow

  • Sméagol will follow Master!
  • Master wants us to follow? Sméagol is good at following!
  • Up we gets!
  • Come along, precious!
  • Is it time to move along, precious?
  • Can we go now, Master? Can we go now?
  • Sméagol will always follow good Master!
  • Must we go, Master?
  • To the road we goes!
  • If Master wants to leave, then we follows!

Hurt

  • Master tricked us!
  • Sméagol trusted Master!
  • Master has betrayed us!
  • We trusted Master, precious!
  • Look, precious! Master hurt us!
  • Horrible tricksy Master!
  • Master is a tricksy one, precious!
  • Master promised not to hurt us!
  • Master hurts us! Why Master? Why?
  • Master has betrayed us!
  • Don't hit us, Master! Please don't hit us!
  • Tricksy Master! No better than those filthy little Hobbitses!
  • Please don't hurt us, Master! Sméagol will be good!

Say

  • Fish, fish, fish! Sméagol likes nice slimy fish...
  • What does it want, precious?
  • Sméagol doesn't trust this one.
  • Never thirsty, ever drinking, all in mail never clinking...
  • Who is it, precious? Why does it come looking for us?
  • Does it want to play games?
  • To catch a fish, so juicy sweet...
  • We wants it! We needs it! They stole it from us!
  • We likes Goblinses and fishes, but we've never tried Person before, precious!
  • No food, no rest, nothing for Sméagol...
  • Nasty little Hobbitses! They stole our precious!
  • Where does it come from? It smells nice. Yes, yes!
  • Is it a Goblins? Is it a Hobbits?
  • Precious, precious, precious! My precious! Oh, my precious!

Spawn

  • Sméagol has come back for Master!
  • Sméagol has returned!
  • We have come back to good Master!
  • We won't abandon Master again! We swears!
  • Look, precious! We comes back, yes we does!
  • Sméagol returns to Master!

Stay

  • Sméagol will stay here now.
  • Sméagol will stay here, Master!
  • Master wants Sméagol to stay! Sméagol will stay!
  • Master wants us to remain here, and remain here we does!
  • Time to rest, precious!
  • Sméagol stays where Master wants! Sméagol is faithful!
  • We will wait here for Master!
  • If Master wants us to be here, we will stay here!
  • Yes, Master! We stays!
  • As Master commands, we will not move!
  • Sméagol will be good! Sméagol will stay!

Tamed

  • We likes this one's fishes, precious! Let's follow them!
  • Sméagol trusts them for now, oh yes we does!
  • Sméagol helps it, precious, because it gives us juicy fishes!
  • Never thirsty, ever drinking, all in mail never clinking...
  • Fish, fish, fish! Sméagol likes nice slimy fish...
  • Nice Master gives us fishies! We will follow Master!
  • Sméagol will be good! Sméagol will follow!
  • It gives us good fishies! We follows it! Yes! Yes!
  • Good Master gives us fresh and juicy fishies! We will be good to Master!
  • We loves fishies! We will trust Master! Yes! Yes!

Taming progress

  • It gives us nice fishes, precious! But we wants more...
  • What does it want? Why is it giving us fish?
  • Juicy sweet fish for Sméagol! We eats it all up!
  • Look, precious! Sméagol has found us some fishes!
  • Sméagol caught us a fish, precious!
  • Good Master gives us fishies! But it isn't enough.
  • We wants more fishies!
  • If it wants us to follow it, then it needs to give us more fishies!
  • More fishies! Yes! Yes!
  • We loves juicy fishies! We wants more!

TriviaEdit

The anglo-saxon os-rune (= letter O) means "mouth" or "god". Tolkien used those ᚱᚢᚾᛖᛋ for some texts in the initial drafts of "The Lord of the Rings", later on, he replaced them by cirth runes.

The mouth is the source of all language,
a pillar of wisdom and a comfort to wise men,
a blessing and a joy to every knight.

Old English rune poem


Gameplay mechanics of the Lord of the Rings Mod

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