Razmos -> Karina (5/1/2010 8:21:10)
Location: Hunter's Paradise, Keep Up
Golden Cabit Hunt
Karina: Hi there!
Karina: My name is Karina, I represent the New Dawn.
Karina: We're a group of scholars who gather information about monster threats, and make it available to adventurers like yourself who are willing to help.
Karina: We are able to pay you for your service by buying their pelts from you, and in turn selling it to merchants who craft items from them to sell.
Karina: We're sorry that we can't pay you without first receiving the pelts. The income we get from selling them is how we stay in business.
Karina: You look like a seasoned <Class>, Would you help us out?
Karina: Is it dangerous? Well of course, hun.
Karina: That's why you don't see me downtown Falconreach offering these jobs to regular townsfolk.
Karina: We need tough adventurers like yourself to take down beasts like these.
Karina: Oh, Robina! Of course I know her, she used to be a regular here.
Karina: Next time you see her, tell her to come visit.
Karina: These fiends are terrorizing the good people of Lore. I'll take all the help I can get!
Karina: The Rhoddhu is indigenous to the snow fields of Ameron, north of Dragesvard where the terrain is quite dangerous.
Karina: These furry monsters have been terrorizing the different tribes for years, but their fur pelts make for excellent material for fashioning clothes and supplies.
Karina: If you're up for it, I'll pay you for every Rhoddhu fur you bring me.
- Golden Cabit Hunt
Karina: Cabits are fairly common creatures in the mountains to the north-east, and normally have dark fur.
Karina: But if they live above a certain age, they become very adept at using magic and their fur changes into a beautiful golden color.
Karina: At this point, they become very dangerous so don't be fooled by its cute exterior.
Karina: If you can take them down, New Dawn will pay you handsomely for their hide.
Karina: Troglomites are cave-dwelling monsters. They are a danger to miners, and we are forever getting requests to thin them out.
Karina: They are very tough to catch, so I hope you have some tracking skills.
Karina: New Dawn will supply you with a ration of torches and a proper map for this particular cave system.
Karina: Nautiloids are aquatic creatures with large, beautiful rainbow shells who often attack merchant ships.
Karina: Recently we have lost many brave sailors to these beasts. The towns need their supplies, so we have to make the waters safe.
Karina: The nautiloids are very hard to find, but their shells have potent magical properties that make them highly sought-after on the open market.
Karina: You'll want to charter a boat. We'll cover the cost of that, however. I'll mark on your map where we've seen them recently.
Karina: I am prepared to pay you a good deal of gold for every shell you bring back.
Karina: Reports are coming from the far west. Somewhere near Popsprocket, in the Shaal forest thrives a creature called a Scorpiarc.
Karina: These monsters are very hard to find because of their camouflage, so be careful not to get caught by surprise.
Karina: Their venom is extremely deadly so most monster hunters choose not to pursue this one, making its hide a rare commodity.
Karina: So <Character>, up for the challenge?
Karina: This is a bad one.. There is a beast that dwells deep in the Sandsea that has been causing havoc recently.
Karina: Barrats are luring the villagers out into the harsh desert with their hypnotic cries.
Karina: At night, the creatures sing to them in their dreams and cause them to wander into the wastes where the hungry Barrats await them!
Karina: The people of the Sandsea need your help!
Karina: Did you bring back any pelts to sell to me? This is how New Dawn pays you for your service.
This shop is empty, but you can sell the monster hides from Karina's quests here.
You might be able to find someone to forge them into equipment for you if that is what you want.
Karina: We are desperate.
Karina: Our old 'friends' are back.
DemonicDarkwraith for image and corrections.
ArchMagus Orodalf for additional dialogue.