You say, 'Hail, an iksar fisherman'
An iksar fisherman says, 'Keep your voice down! You're scaring away the fish. I've been out looking for the one that got [away] for years and if you mess this up for me, there will be a severe punishment in your future.'
You say, 'Are you talking about a fish or...'
An iksar fisherman says, 'Blast it! Of course I'm talking about a fish! What else could I be talking about? My late wife? She's long been dead and there ain't no bringing her back. So now I'm just a father out here trying to catch a few fish to feed my [family].'
You say, 'Who is your family?'
An iksar fisherman says, 'Yes, it's just my fool-hearted daughter and I trying to make ends meet any way we can. Recently she's taking a shining to a local scoundrel and refuses to see the truth, even though it is laid bare right in front of her. My dear sweet [daughter] thinks she understands the world now that she's an adult. But in the ways of love she is still a child. It breaks my heart to know she gave her mother's brooch to the mongrel. He refused to give it back when I confronted him about it.'
You say, 'I was sent here by your daughter.'
An iksar fisherman says, 'Of course you were. I don't know what she got you roped into, but you must forget what she told you. The one she is in 'love' with is a scoundrel and a wastrel. The boy is known around these parts as someone who breaks hearts. I refuse to let my daughter get involved with someone who doesn't care about her the way she deserves. She's her head in the clouds. I will not change my mind on the subject. This is not up for [debate].'
You say, 'I'm not here to debate.'
An iksar fisherman says, 'Good. I implore you, investigate his goings-on. Then you'll see what I mean. Maybe he's changed his ways. If that is true, I'll change my mind and give her my blessing. He was last seen in Crescent Reach. Now go away! Your loud breathing is scaring the fish!'