Malunga: Greetings. I have only little time to spare, so the conversation will be short. I teach sorcerer spells and buy a few magical ingredients.
Malunga: I was sent here by the Edron academy for scientific researches. I am also responsible for the magical education of the citizens.
Malunga: The academy of Edron as a royal institution has several agendas here. Not all of them are to be discussed with outsiders.
Malunga: These isles hold more secrets than those that meet the eye. I am convinced that once a great civilisation prospered here. Some sort of disaster wiped out almost completely any trace of it.
Malunga: I teach aspiring sorcerers several spells.
Malunga: Edron is a place of learning, magic and secrets. But others are dealing with that already in other places. It is my obligation to handle those issues here.
Malunga: Magic is not available everywhere at the same strength and intensity. There are areas that are dry like a desert, magically spoken, others are rich of magic. At some places magic flows as strong as if there were springs of magic ...
Malunga: At those places the savants build magical centres of great importance. My researches have shown that the chaotic currents of magic must have been more structured once and much stronger than today ...
Malunga: With the right knowledge the civilisation of the past could have worked literally marvellous with those energies ...
Malunga: Even today some use the now chaotic currents of magic to further their evil ends ... but ... that's nothing I am supposed to talk about.
Malunga: The little we know about the extinct civilisation hints about a magically advanced race of humanoids, possibly of elven heritage, that once inhabited those isles until the disaster struck ...
Malunga: They were probably quite adept in manipulating the magical currents that are extremely strong on these isles.
Malunga: The disaster took place at least some centuries ago. Our researches convinced us that the isles here belonged to a single landmass in the past. That should give you an idea of the extent of this catastrophe.
Malunga: It would not surprise me much if some superstitious fools mess around with the chaotic magical currents of this isle. Only the gods may know what harm they could do to themselves and others.
Malunga: The quara are something that is worth some research. Sadly I lack the time and resources for further investigations.
Malunga: The superstition of the natives pushes this kind of hedge magic. It is intolerable that they are fooling around with powers they don't understand.
Malunga: I will not discuss this issue now and here. If you have any questions about him, the academy in Edron is the place to ask ...
Malunga: Considering that this is a rather delicate issue, you should have a good reason to ask though.
Malunga: Well, Thais is not the city it used to be. Too many people, too noisy, too dirty.
Malunga: Those haggling and scheming merchants sometimes give me more shivers than a demon. At least you know what to expect from a demon.
Malunga: The king's support of the academy is dwindling. I hope results in my researches will change this significantly.
Player: triangle of terror
Malunga: There seems to be some demonic cabal called Triangle of Terror. We don't know anything about its members except that there are three of them.
Player: raymond striker
Malunga: I heard he is one of the more notorious pirates.
Malunga: Pirates are a constant pest. As long as their existence does not interfere with my researches, I don't care much about them.