You say, 'Hail, Vizra, magia mortis fortitio'
Vizra, magia mortis fortitio says, 'Welcome to the place we call The Overthere. Hopefully you will find us (more accommodating) than we have been in the past. While this is a fortress, we do have some amenities for the weary traveler.'
You say, 'more accommodating'
Vizra, magia mortis fortitio says, 'You most certainly know that this port was controlled by the Teir'dal and their allies for decades. Our... (their) efforts to defend the port against the sarnak were commendable, but their resources were growing scarce. (Many) wanted to return home, and when the Combine arrived and asked for use of these defenses, it was an easy choice for most to leave. We even had the privilege of briefly hosting lady (Lcea) Katta and her entourage recently. We did our best to make her comfortable.'
You say, 'their'
Vizra, magia mortis fortitio says, 'I was one of them, of course. When my people were approached many wanted to fight, as is our nature. The idea of joining with the `weak` Combine was inconceivable to most. I was something of an outcaste, which is what brought me to this far away location in the first place. So when the Combine arrived I took the opportunity to join. I believe I have proven my worth and skill. They have given me a unique title, and I hope to (teach) others once things are stabilized here in Kunark.'
You say, 'Many'
Vizra, magia mortis fortitio says, 'I say many simply because some of my people did not return home. There were some that had been talking about how soft and friendly our people in Neriak had become. The steady stream of Teir'dal `heroes` that we have encountered in our work here has them worried. They believed that the heart of Hate was gone from their people. I fear that they may have done something foolish, for I saw them sneak off into the interior of Kunark rather than join the others that teleported home. Where they may have gone and why, I do not know.'
You say, 'Lcea'
Vizra, magia mortis fortitio says, 'Ah, well. I did happen to see her leaving in the night. I do tend to be a night owl by training, after all. They headed toward the Skyfire mountains. This did concern me, since the sarnak have a large presence there these days. I have even heard that some of those horrifying greenish sarnak were seen there recently. It is not my place to say, but I do worry for her safety. Her guards were, I understand, the best of the best. But those sarnak scared even my kinsmen. Are you here to (help) mistress Lcea?'
You say, 'teach'
Vizra, magia mortis fortitio says, 'I have learned the art of necromancy from the greatest teachers in Neriak. I may not be the strongest practitioner of the art, but I understand the theory very well. It is my desire to teach anyone willing to learn. There is no reason that anyone should be kept from understanding what I know. Even the Koada`dal could learn the art, if only they could get over their prejudices.'
You say, 'help'
Vizra, magia mortis fortitio says, 'Ah, that is encouraging. There was a look in lady Katta's eyes that I have seen before. She seemed consumed with Hate, and I worry for her. I might recommend different approaches to Skyfire, depending on the size of force you can bring to bear. If you have a (large) force, I can send you right to the heart of the mountains. If you have a (smaller) contingent, perhaps a more circumspect entry would be best.'