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Quote The poor devils, chained and drowning for eternity...
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Description This is a quote from Darkest Dungeon. This quote is from 'Starting an expedition to kill a boss.'
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Excise the fungal...
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Excise the fungal tumors and the land may yet live.
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Starting an expedition to kill a boss
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Entering the Weald
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There is power...
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There is power in symbols. Collect the scattered scraps of faith and give comfort to the masses.
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Starting an expedition to kill a boss
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Entering the Ruins
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The smell of...
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The smell of sulfur and gunpowder hangs in the air, the war machine is close.
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Starting an expedition to kill a boss
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Entering the Weald
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Excavations beneath the...
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Excavations beneath the manor were well underway, when a particular ragged indigent arrived in the hamlet. This filthy, toothless miscreant boasted an uncanny knowledge of my ambitions and prognosticated publicly that left unchecked, I would soon unleash doom upon the world.
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Starting an expedition to kill a boss
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Ruins
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There is method...
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There is method in the wild corruption here. It bears a form both wretched and malevolent.
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Starting an expedition to kill a boss
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Entering the Weald
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Prying eyes had...
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Prying eyes had become a nuisance along the Old Road, and so I undertook to receive my most curious deliveries by way of marine shipments. A sheltered jetty was accessible by a narrow stone stair off the back of the manor, and a discreet system of pulleys could hoist even the heaviest prizes up the rock face from a securely tied dinghy below.
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Starting an expedition to kill a boss
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Cove
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Eager to end...
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Eager to end the tiresome domestic distraction, I instructed my newly formed militia of hardened bandits, brigands and killers to go forth and do their work. Compliance and order were restored, and the noisome population of the Hamlet was culled to more... manageable numbers.
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Starting an expedition to kill a boss
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Weald
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Finally, resigned to...
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Finally, resigned to his uncommon corporeal resilience, I lured him to the dig. There, I showed him the Thing, and detailed the full extent of my plans. Triumphantly, I watched as he tore his eyes from their sockets, and ran shrieking into the shadows - wailing maniacally that the end was upon us all.
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Starting an expedition to kill a boss
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Ruins
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I employed a...
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I employed a crew of particularly unsavory mariners, who, for a time, sailed the four corners at my behest - retrieving many valuable artifacts, relics and rare texts. Predictably, they increased their tariffs to counter my intense stipulations of secrecy. Such resources had long been exhausted, of course, and so I prepared an... alternative payment.
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Starting an expedition to kill a boss
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Cove
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Mastery over life...
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Mastery over life and death was chief among my early pursuits. I began in humility, but my ambition was limitless. Who could have divined the prophetic import of something as unremarkable as a twitch in the leg of a dead rat?
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Starting an expedition to kill a boss
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Ruins
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This raving creature...
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This raving creature had to be silenced, but, to my bafflement, doing so proved maddeningly impossible. How had he survived the stockades, the icy waters, and the knives I delivered so enthusiastically into his back? How had he returned time and time again to rouse the townsfolk with his wild speculations and prophecies?
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Starting an expedition to kill a boss
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Ruins
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The fiends must...
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The fiends must be driven back, and what better place to begin than the seat of our noble line?
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Starting an expedition to kill a boss
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Entering the Ruins
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I entertained a...
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I entertained a delegation of experts from overseas, eager to plumb the depths of their knowledge and share with them certain techniques and alchemical processes I had found to yield wondrous and terrifying results. Having learned all I could from my visiting guests, I murdered them as they slept.
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Starting an expedition to kill a boss
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Ruins
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The echoes of...
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The echoes of his mindless tittering reverberate maddeningly...
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Starting an expedition to kill a boss
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Entering the Ruins
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I had collected...
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I had collected many rare and elusive volumes on ancient herbal properties, and was set to enjoy several weeks immersed in comfortable study. My work was interrupted, however, by a singularly striking young woman who insisted on repeated calls to the house.
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Starting an expedition to kill a boss
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Weald
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While the greedy...
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While the greedy dogs slept off their revelry, I hexed their anchor with every twisted incantation I could muster - imbuing it with the weight of my ambition, and my contempt for their crude extortion. At the witching hour, the anchor pulled with preternatural force, dragging craft and crew down into the depths. They must have cried out, but no sound escaped the swirling black waters...
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Starting an expedition to kill a boss
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Cove
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As time wore...
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As time wore on, her wild policy of self-experimentation grew intolerable. She quaffed all manner of strange fungii, herbs and concoctions, intent on gaining some insight into the horror we both knew to be growing beneath us. The change in her was appalling, and, no longer able to stomach it, I sent her to live in the Weald, where her wildness would be welcomed.
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Starting an expedition to kill a boss
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Weald
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Simple folk are...
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Simple folk are by their nature loquacious, and the denizens of the Hamlet were no exception. It was not long before rumors of my morbid genius and secretive excavations began to fuel local legend. In the face of my increasingly egregious flaunting of public taboos, awe turned to ire, and demonstrations were held in the town square.
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Starting an expedition to kill a boss
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Weald
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The spasmodically squirming,...
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The spasmodically squirming, braying, and snorting half-corpses were heaped each upon the other until at last I was rid of them. The Warrens became a landfill of snout and hoof, gristle and bone – a mountainous, twitching mass of misshapen flesh fusing itself together in the darkness.
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Starting an expedition to kill a boss
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Warrens
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Pace out the...
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Pace out the halls of your lineage, once familiar, now foreign.
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Starting an expedition to kill a boss
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Entering the Ruins
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