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AbrasiveEdit

  • Conversation Starter 1
    • Captain: Hrm?
  • Conversation Starter 2
    • Captain: What?
  • Conversation Starter 3
    • Captain: What do you want?
      • Let's talk.
        • Conversation 1
          • Captain: I don't really want to talk to you right now, portmaster.
        • Conversation 2
          • Captain: No offence, portmaster, but you're boring me.
        • Conversation 3
          • Captain: Portmaster, we'll need to talk about my salary soon. I'm not paid enough for the work I do.
        • Conversation 4
          • Captain: This port reminds me of Hanto.
          • Captain: Hanto is a depressing place. You can barely breathe through all the smoke fumes from the factories. The ruling khan publically executes his people.
          • Captain: Yeah, this port reminds me of Hanto.
      • We should discuss your uniform...
        • (Opens up the customisation menu)

ApproachableEdit

  • Conversation Starter 1
    • Captain: Alright there, pal? Have a pew.
  • Conversation Starter 2
    • Captain: Greetings. Can I help you?
  • Conversation Starter 3
    • Captain: Hello there.
      • Let's talk.
        • Conversation 1
          • Captain: As a westerner, you probably don't know too much about the Exiles. I should fill you in; after all, a bit more knowledge is never a bad thing.
          • Captain: Exiles don't obey the law of khans; they don't recognise the rulers of the Wushanko Isles. Because of this, they spend their time out at sea.
          • Captain: There are three major clans: the Golden Katanas - they live for bloodshed and cannonfire. Then there's the Storm Riders - they're full of ol' sea dogs.
          • Captain: Finally there's the Blazing Lanters. No one is happier than a member of the Blazing Lantern crew. They look after their own with good food and wine.
          • Captain: Thing is, the only people the Exiles hate more than the khans is each other. The Storm Riders hate the Blazing Lanters, the Blazing Lanterns despise the Golden Katanas, who - in turn - detest the Storm Riders.
        • Conversation 2
          • Captain: I've always found that a happy crew is a good crew. You've got to keep their morale high, otherwise it's only a matter of time until they mutiny.
        • Conversation 3
          • Captain: Oh, I've got a story that'll make you laugh. Well, as you've probably heard, there's not too many monsters on the Wushanko Isles. We've got more than enough monsters in the seas around them.
          • Captain: But there's plenty of giants on one island. Can't remember the name now - oh, er, 'The Something that Reflects the Moon'. Sorry, it's gone.
          • Captain: Anyway my crew and I were captured by a lonely old mountain giant, who'd been made an outcast by the rest of his tribe.
          • Captain: We all thought we were goners, but the giant was somehow convinced we were his children. It kept calling us 'runts' and patting us on the head when we sat still and didn't speak.
          • Captain: One day I annoyed it, tried to tell it that I wasn't his kid, but he was having none of it. He put me high up on a mountain cliff for a 'time-out'.
          • Captain: Long story short, I managed to climb down the cliff and make a break for shore. I returned a few days later with men to try and free my crew, but the giant and my crew were gone.
          • Captain: For all I know, he's still trying to tie bibs around my crew's necks.
        • Conversation 4
          • Captain: We should have a beer some time. Kick back and swap stories.
      • We should discuss your uniform...
        • (Opens up the customisation menu)

CalmEdit

  • Conversation Starter 1
    • Captain: Greetings.
  • Conversation Starter 2
    • Captain: Hello friend.
  • Conversation Starter 3
    • Captain: Well met.
      • Let's talk.
        • Conversation 1
          • Captain: Ever met a soothsayer? They have a bad reputation. They can glimpse into the future; but only by sacrificing fish and other small creatures.
          • Captain: Incredibly useful for dodging storms or Exiles. Every ship should have at least one soothsayer onboard.
          • Captain: Some soothsayers have gone astray and practiced human sacrifice to heighten their powers. That's probably the cause of all the mistrust.
        • Conversation 2
          • Captain: Have you spoken with Umi? Sirens make excellent seasingers. Unfortunately, Umi's talents haven't come into their own, yet.
          • Captain: Seasingers have the power to control sea creatures, subdue storms, even turn the tides. They do it all through song and music.
          • Captain: It takes years of practice, but once you've learned it you'll have a job for life.
          • Captain: Most captain feel safer with a seasinger on board, and khan have dozen in their employ.
        • Conversation 3
          • Captain: I've heard tell of a sea witch, somewhere in the Scythe region. You should be careful if you send any ships out there.
        • Conversation 4
          • Captain: You hear that? It's the sound of the ocean. The Wushanko Isles are whispering to us.
      • We should discuss your uniform...
        • (Opens up the customisation menu)

CruelEdit

  • (Transcript missing)

EccentricEdit

  • Conversation Starter 1
    • Captain: Ahahahaha. You brave to approach me. I'm wanted in twelve ports.
  • Conversation Starter 2
    • Captain: What do you want? Spit it out before I gut you like a fish.
  • Conversation Starter 3
    • Captain: You here to cause trouble? I'm happy to oblige.
      • Let's talk.
        • Conversation 1
          • Captain: Far from here is a group of islands called the Pincers. It's where I grew up. The khans there - you know what a khan is, right? He's the leader of an island. Anyway, so the khans there don't get on too well.
          • Captain: Oh, you know how it is: 'my island's bigger than yours', 'I've got more mountains of jade'. Been feuding for years.
          • Captain: So, I was asked to do a smuggling job. The Khan of Khanoka wanted me to transport a shipment of kittens to the palace on New Heritage, as a peace offering.
          • Captain: Well, I thought it was strange, of course, but I took on the job anyway.
          • Captain: Anyway, half way to New Heritage I realised that none of the crates were meowing, so I went to investigate. Lo and behold, the crates were full of gunpowder. Imagine - getting your kittens and gunpowder mixed up.
          • Player: It doesn't sound like he got them mixed up, it sounds like -
          • Captain: I only hope he realised his mistake before stuffing a kitten down the barrel of a cannon.
        • Conversation 2
          • Captain: I had an aunt with the same sort of tentacles on her face as the barkeep over there; she had fins for arms too.
          • Captain: The poor old dear couldn't drink soup without getting it all up her tentacles.
        • Conversation 3
          • Captain: I must have told you about the time I got swallowed by a giant flying tortoise.
          • Captain: Well, I was out at sea - glorious day it was. We were travelling to a sweet little island called Waiko. All of a sudden, a giant tortoise swooped down on our ship and swallowed me whole.
          • Captain: One of the most unusual experiences of my life, I'll tell you, floating around in its stomachs. Anyway I just went with the flow, as they say, which got a bit messy, to be honest.
          • Captain: Three weeks later, I was 'ejected'. Fell through the air and straight into the ocean - which was lucky, as I needed a good clean.
        • Conversation 4
          • Captain: Well I must say you've all been rather charming since I arrived here. I got speaking with your navigator - Duncan, I think he's called.
          • Captain: All those maps and charts and scraps of paper covered in latitudes and longitudes.
          • Captain: I've never seen the point, really. I sail using my nose.
          • Captain: Sniff around a bit and sail in the direction that smells the least salty. Never let me down in all my years of sailing.
      • We should discuss your uniform...
        • (Opens up the customisation menu)

ExuberantEdit

  • Conversation Starter 1
    • Captain: Ahahaha. Hello there.
  • Conversation Starter 2
    • Captain: Ahoy there, landlubber.
  • Conversation Starter 3
    • Captain: Well me, young scallywag!
      • Let's talk.
        • Conversation 1 (Male captains)
          • Captain: A sea siren, a soothsayer and a sea orphan walk into a bar and hic!
          • Captain: They head into a bar... hic!
          • Barmaid: I know this joke, and you won't be telling it here. Now sober up.
          • Captain: Sorry about... hic.
        • Conversation 1 (Female captains)
          • Captain: A sea siren, a soothsayer and a sea orphan head into a bar and hic!
          • Captain: They head into the bar and hic!
          • Barmaid: I know this joke, and you won't be telling it here. Now sober up.
          • Captain: Hic... dreadfully hic! Sorry.
        • Conversation 2
          • Captain: Do you know what this port needs?
        • Player: I'm sure you're going to tell me.
          • Captain: Ha! I love it. You're just so...dry! Well this port needs more bars. One simply isn't enough.
          • Captain: On the island of Falling Blossom there are at least seven bars in every port.
          • Captain: No one gets much work done, but it's jolly good fun!
        • Conversation 3
          • Captain: It's always a pleasure to talk to you. You remind me of an old sea orphan mate I had.
          • Captain: Ah, I don't mean physically. Oh no, you have far too few tentacles - that I can see, anyway.
          • Captain: Anyway, he was a darn good bloke. Handy on a ship too - a great swimmer.
          • Captain: If anyone went overboard from too much beer, he'd jump right in and fish them out.
        • Conversation 4
          • Captain: Jolly good weather today, eh? Reminds me of the day me and my crew were attacked by a flock of flying squid.
          • Captain: The rascals can fly! Not like birds or turtles, of course; it's more of a prolonged jump.
          • Captain: There we were, on our way to the Sunlit Veil, when suddenly they start swarming the decks.
          • Captain: Only thing to do is to head down into the hold and wait them out. The bleeders latched themselves all over the ship; every inch of hull was covered.
      • We should discuss your uniform...
        • (Opens up the customisation menu)

ViciousEdit

  • Conversation Starter 1
    • Captain: Greetings and salutations my friend.
  • Conversation Starter 2
    • Captain: Well, hello there. Wonderful day, isn't it?
  • Conversation Starter 3
    • Captain: What brings this lovely vision into my company?
      • Let's talk.
        • Conversation 1
          • Captain: Did I ever tell you about the time I got shipwrecked near a small peace-loving colony of sirens?
          • Captain: Turns out siren bones patch up hull real nice.
        • Conversation 2
          • Captain: It's been two days since I had my last punch up. Fancy a game of smash-a-skull?
            • Sure, why not?
              • Captain: You know what, portmaster? You're alright. 'Ave beer!
              • The captain hands you a half-drunk pint of beer.
            • That sounds stupid.
              • Captain: Ya lily-livered coward.
        • Conversation 3
          • Captain: We need to talk about discipline, captain. There's not enough fear in ya port. People walking around smiling and whistling tunes.
          • Captain: You need more firepits, spiked coffins and rabid dogs at hand to keep these yellow-bellies in line. Believe me, they'll mutiny one day, they always do if they've not felt the lash enough.
        • Conversation 4
          • Captain: You heard about the Death Lotus assassins? They were after me for a while. I killed one of their targets in a fist fight; stupid fool knock over my drink.
          • Captain: Anyway, I let a bunch of them mask-wearing cowards capture me and take me right into the heart of Pearl Fortress, which is where they make their home.
          • Captain: Thing is, I killed a couple of them on the way there. So by the time they'd got me in a cell, they weren't taking chances.
          • Captain: They stripped me to my underwear - to be sure I wasn't carrying anything and had two guards watch me day n' night.
          • Player: What happened?
          • Captain: Well, they hadn't counted on my underwear making such excellent garrotte, that's for sure.
      • We should discuss your uniform...
        • (Opens up the customisation menu)

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