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Quote The smell of rotting fish is almost unbearable...
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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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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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Corruption has soaked...
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Corruption has soaked the soil, sapping all good life from these groves - let us burn out this evil.
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Starting an expedition to kill a boss
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Entering the Weald
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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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In financial desperation,...
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In financial desperation, I struck a bargain with the ancient things that surfaced in search of sacrifice when the moon was right. Their price was the delivery of an obscure idol and one other item of more troubling portent. The pact struck, my newfound accomplices slipped silently beneath the brackish water. A fearful stirring at the edge of the torchlight betrayed a familiar witness, and gifted me with malign inspiration.
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Starting an expedition to kill a boss
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Cove
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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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To prosecute our...
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To prosecute our war against the Swine, we must first scout their squalid homes.
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Starting an expedition to kill a boss
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Entering the Warrens
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Our land is...
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Our land is remote and unneighbored. Every lost resource must be recovered.
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Starting an expedition to kill a boss
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Entering the 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 Great Thing...
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The Great Thing I had managed to bring through was brutish and stupid. Moreover, it required prodigious amounts of meat to sustain itself, but this was only a trifling concern – after all, I had a village full of it.
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Starting an expedition to kill a boss
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Warrens
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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 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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My lofty position...
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My lofty position wasn't always accompanied by the fear of office, and there was a time I could walk the streets or raise a glass in the tavern without concern for molestation. Faithful as the tide, one precocious village waif made it her hobby to shadow my every errand. It was charming then, troublesome later.
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Starting an expedition to kill a boss
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Cove
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I could not...
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I could not store such a prodigious amount of offal, nor could I rid myself of it easily, possessed as was by unnameable things from outer spheres. When excavations beneath the Manor broke through into an ancient network of aqueducts and tunnels, I knew I had found a solution to the problem of disposal.
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Starting an expedition to kill a boss
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Warrens
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A nameless abomination,...
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A nameless abomination, a testament to my failures - it must be destroyed!
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Starting an expedition to kill a boss
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Entering the Warrens
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These salt-soaked caverns...
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These salt-soaked caverns are teeming with pelagic nightmares - they must be flushed out!
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Starting an expedition to kill a boss
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Entering the Coves
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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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I brought my...
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I brought my colleagues back with much of their intellect intact, a remarkable triumph for even the most experienced necromancer. Freed from the trappings of their humanity, they plied their terrible trade anew - the dead reviving the dead, on and on down the years... forever.
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Starting an expedition to kill a boss
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Ruins
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I always wondered...
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I always wondered what became of the unfortunate little waif...
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Starting an expedition to kill a boss
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Entering the Coves
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My first attempts...
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My first attempts at summoning were crude and the results, disappointing. I soon found however, that the type and condition of the host's meat was a critical factor. The best results came from pigs, whose flesh is most like that of man.
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Starting an expedition to kill a boss
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Warrens
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The thing is...
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The thing is more terrible than I can describe - an incoherent jumble of organ, sinew and bone.
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Starting an expedition to kill a boss
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Entering the Warrens
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