Este NPC é Comerciante de Alimentos, Dono da Hospedaria
Frodo: Welcome to Frodo's Hut. You heard about the news?
Frodo: Hehe. Great customers.
Jogador: Frodo's Hut
Frodo: I hope you like it.
Frodo: Some travelers from Edron told about a great treasure guarded by cruel demons in the dungeons there.
Jogador: job ou saloon
Frodo: I am the owner of this saloon. I call it Frodo's Hut. I am also selling food.
Frodo: Are you looking for food? I have bread, cheese, ham, and meat.
Frodo: Oh, our beloved king! Thanks to him, alcohol is so cheap.
Frodo: Just call me Frodo.
Frodo: It is exactly 10:30 am.
Jogador: dungeons ou graveyard
Frodo: Ah yes, the graveyard dungeon. All I know is this riddle: His Grave to the south, the tree above, his soul in the shade. No idea what that means, though!
Frodo: I heard it when I was a child.
Jogador: Hengis Wulfson
16:59 Frodo: He is a great bard. He often graced my hut with his presence, songs, and rhymes. I wonder what happened to him lately.
Jogador: killed, dead ou death
Frodo: Oh, by the gods! What do you say happened to him?
Jogador: cyclops killed
Frodo: That's horrible! I am in grief. I will never hear his songs again. I will even miss that strange rhyme he was obsessed with.
Frodo: He recitated it that often that I learned it by heart myself. I would recitate it, but I am not skilled in that kind of things.
Frodo: Uhm. If you insist, but I am so awful. I will stop now and then and wait, so you can tell if I should proceed, ok?
Frodo: Well ok, but don't blame me. Chhrrr... chhrrrr,... it goes like this... chhrrr: and when the dead feast at midnight...
Frodo: ... the ancient enemy will no longer guard the place of his unlucky heir and the living will walk the paths of the old way...
Frodo: ... Death awaits the greedy and the brave alike and many will be mourned until the long lost treasure is unearthed.
Frodo: That's all. He recitated it when he was in one of his melancholy moods.
Frodo: Nothing more than a tale for warriors.
Frodo: Uhm, do not mention him. It may scare customers away.
Frodo: I think some time ago a stranger from Fibula with that name stayed here for some nights.
Frodo: Can you believe that she actually told her guildfellows that alcohol is a bad thing?
Frodo: Come on! You know that our world is called Tibia.
Frodo: Many travellers tell funny stories about all the emancipated women in this northern town.
Frodo: Here in Thais is the center of Tibia.
Frodo: He's able to drink a bottle or two.
Frodo: I am trying to hire him for an evening or two.
Jogador: Donald McRonald
Frodo: The McRonalds are a nice couple. Donald is a dear friend of mine.
Frodo: She makes excellent arrows and bows.
Frodo: Many of his customers visit my Hut, too.
Frodo: The knights have sometimes parties here after some arena fights.
Jogador: Harkath Bloodblade
Frodo: Too disciplined to enjoy life.
Frodo: A sorceress, you can find her in their guild sitting befor a book - always!
Frodo: Just between you and me: What a babe!
Frodo: Muriel has never visited this place.
Frodo: I hate him. Each of his visits here ends with a bar brawl.
Frodo: He hardly visits my humble tavern.
Frodo: A loud neighbour, I get a lot of complaints about him.
Frodo: I don't know where he gets these fluids. If I could sell them here, the hut would be crowded.
Frodo: No idea who that is, but maybe you'll find something in the Royal Archives...
Jogador: Royal Archives
Frodo: Oh, the Royal Archives are in Rain Castle!
Jogador: Rain Castle
Frodo: The king's residence has been renovated lately.
Frodo: I overheared some conversations about his evilness. That's enough to hope, that I never ever meet him.
Frodo: That fellow is filthy rich. He rented a room upstairs for months in advance and always orders the best beer and wine i serve.
Frodo: A guy told me that the Carlin Trading Syndicate sent out an employee to the new market in the North to open up a new branch of their company.
Frodo: I heard something about the fauna of the Ice Islands. The people tattle about birds that don't fly but swim!!! Isn't that ridiculous?!?!
Frodo: I heard something about the barbarian tribes, who live on the newly discovered Ice Islands, that are called 'raiders'. The mightiest of them is headed by a shaman witch. There are rumours that she is immortal.
Frodo: A sailor told me a story about female raiders. He said they can talk to the beasts that live in the wilderness of the north. ...
Frodo: ... The wolves and bears protect them and tear their foes into pieces if they order them to. If you ask me, this is just gossip.
Frodo: Some old people tell stories about the creation war and these islands in the North ruled by snow and ice. They say it once was a fertile region. Mighty magicians used a huge crystal of ice to store all the coldness inside.
Frodo: A week ago an old drunkard mumbled something about hairy elephants!! I wonder who's telling all that weird stuff. I never met someone who was in the North and returned to the main continent.
Frodo: The people talk about a huge mountain of ice, several hundreds of metres thick located in the centre of the main Ice Island.
Frodo: I heard that the town is mostly built out of wood. The inhabitants nearly stubbed all their forests. ...
Frodo: ... That must be the reason why the Carlin traders are so interested in getting there. They sense gold in selling wood.
Frodo: Have you heard about the natives of the Ice Islands? It sounds very confusing to me. ...
Frodo: ... I mean there are barbarians and barbarians, some are good, the others not. One call themselves 'Norsir' the others 'Raiders', but actually they are all the same.
Frodo: I heard it through the grapevine that the people on the Ice Islands eat fish all the time. But not only usual fish, no. They eat red and green fishes! ...
Frodo: ... The only green fish I know is the one you can buy at Permaret in Edron as a 'special offer' and that would be your last meal. Trust me!
Frodo: Some citizens from Venore settled on one of the islands in the North. I heard stories about exotic products they are gathering from their hunts.
Frodo: I heard something about a civil war going on in the North. It seems that there are different tribes of 'raiders' making the whole area an even rougher place than it is already.
Frodo: A sailor from Carlin told me that the natives of the Ice Islands pray to different gods. I think 'Chyll' is one of them or was that the name of the northern winds?? Well, doesn't matter! Primitives!
Frodo: I heard about one guy, that is living in the capital of the Ice Islands, who has become crazy after searching the mines there. He always mumbles things about ancient demons and the end of the world.
Frodo: I received a letter from a friend who works on the Ice Islands. ...
Frodo: ... He was writing strange things about suspicious inhabitants and something about a test to become one of them. It was very hard to read the letter, I think he was drunk as hell when he wrote it.
Frodo: A friend of mine, Captain Ogden Brewboiler, travelled to the forgotten northern sea. He is an ambitious sailor but still I have a bad feeling about it. I hope he's doing well.
Frodo: I heard about dozens of sea serpents terrorising the sea around the islands in the North. ...
Frodo: ... It seems that this was the reason why nobody has discovered the Ice Islands before. Something must have happened because at a moment's notice they disappeared.
Frodo: The Carlin Trading Syndicate is sending expedition after expedition to the new discovered islands in the north. ...
Frodo: ... I heard that they dig for valuable ore which was found in an old mine. I wonder why nobody of them has returned yet.
Frodo: Please come back from time to time.