You say, 'Hail, Malloy the Songbird'
Malloy the Songbird says, 'Hello, _____! I am Malloy the Songbird. I have traveled back to Norrath from the halls of the Realm of Heroes to reward those who perform heroic acts in the eyes of the gods. Are you just [traveling] through, or would you like to hear a song of my [adventures]?'
You say, 'traveling'
Malloy the Songbird says, 'Very well, then, good luck to you on your travels. If you journey to Qeynos, you may want to speak to Jaylia the Faithful. She has adventures of her own that she may wish to tell you.'
You say, 'adventures'
Malloy the Songbird says, 'Ah, excellent! Would you like to hear about my [childhood] or would you like to hear how I was sent to the Hall of the [Realm of Heroes]?'
You say, 'childhood'
Malloy the Songbird says, 'I was born Malloy Birtonel on a farm in the westerns plains of the Karanas. My parents, Tralvin and Dortha, were very poor and struggled to keep the [farmstead] going. Not being able to afford to have all of us in school, my mother taught my brother and I for one hour each day while our sister was sent off to school. My younger brother and I worked the farm from sunrise to sunset with only an hour and a half for lunch and school in between.'
You say, 'farmstead'
Malloy the Songbird says, 'Would you mind leaving already? I don't like people.' Malloy the Songbird says, 'Our farm is bright and cheery, O, how I treasure it so.'
You say, 'Realm of Heroes'
Malloy the Songbird says, 'Those who perform heroic acts in the eyes of the gods usually get sent to the Realm of Heroes. While I'm not sure what heroic act I performed, I was sent to the Realm of Heroes by a [vision of loveliness].'
You say, 'vision of loveliness'
Malloy the Songbird says, 'While I traveled from Qeynos to Freeport, the most beautiful female I have ever seen followed along behind me. When I tried to speak to her, she did not respond. After one of my performances in Freeport, this beautiful goddess of a woman approached me, gently took me by the hand and guided me as we faded away. I found myself in the [Plane of Music] where a concert was performed in my presence.'
You say, 'Plane of Music'
Malloy the Songbird says, 'With harmonic winds blowing across the demi-plane...'