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Property Value
Geographical Properties
Nearest City Kazordoon
Position 127.15, 125.22, 13
Personal Properties
Gender Male
Race Dwarf
Occupational Properties
Job Postman
Other Properties
Version 9.1
July 6, 2011
Status Event
You see Robson.
NPC Bubble D
  • Just great. Getting stranded on a remote underground isle was not that bad but now I'm becoming a tourist attraction!
  • *mumbles*


Robson Stonespitter can sell you Parcels and Labels, but only when you ask for them. The price of a Parcel will always be 15 gp, even if you did the Postman Quest.
He and his assistant Lunch are an allusion to Robinson Crusoe. Not only are the names similar, but Robinson also lived in a hut constructed on the island he got stranded on and also named his only friend there after the time they met.

Trade Details


This NPC does not buy any items.


Item   Value
Label Household Items Household Items1
Parcel 1Household Items Household Items15


To change these transcripts, edit the transcripts page for Robson.

Player: hi
Robson: Hrmpf, I'd say welcome if I felt like lying.
Player: name
Robson: I'm Robson Stonespitter, Son of Earth of the Dragoneater fellowship.
Player: job
Robson: I was once a trader but after some years stranded on this remote isle, I felt that I liked that kind of life better and just stayed here even after steamships found that isle.
Player: stranded
Robson: I was on a steamship to sell some wares in Edron. On the boat was a drunken human mage who all of a sudden thought he could speed up our trip by conjuring some winds. ...
Robson: Not that a steamship would have sails or that something like this would make sense in an underground cavern! But such thoughts did not occur to that drunken fool and soon we had some veritable STORM in our underground cave ! ...
Robson: The storm tore the steamship apart and I tied myself to a plank and drifted in the water for what felt like days. Then I finally reached that isle here. ...
Robson: I fought the inhabitants of the isle and my axe earned me some respect I guess. At least they no longer bothered me over here. Using some wreckage, I built my first hut here. ...
Robson: I was living on fish, mushrooms and some hunted meat. My only light source were some luminescent mushrooms. ...
Robson: First I thought I could not stand it for a month but when I was eventually found by an exploring steamship, I felt that I no longer wanted to leave at all. ...
Robson: Of course I ordered some resources that I had missed all those years. I also ordered building materials to build a real hut. And guess what happened? ...
Robson: They sent me PARCELS! I mean I was lost for years, all that I wanted was some decent wood to have a real home and they sent me PARCELS! ...
Robson: What did they think I was going to do with them? Build a castle or what? However, the next shipment brought me the correct material and I could finally build a decent home. ...
Robson: By the way, if you need a parcel just ask me. I have to get rid of a few thousand.
Player: parcel
Robson: Do you want to buy a parcel for 15 gold?
Player: no
Robson: I knew I would never get rid of them.
Player: isle
Robson: It seems there was once a building in the centre of the isle. The ruins are still there. Some of the pillars outside remind me of what I've seen in a bonelord hideout that we've raided when I was younger. ...
Robson: The rest of the ruins here, though, does not fit into that. Either the isle has been populated by different inhabitants, or by some race that I don't know at all. ...
Robson: Be it as it may, there has to be something about this isle that attracted inhabitants before me and I wonder what that might be. ...
Robson: I could not figure it out in all those years though. So I doubt anyone can do that during my lifetime.
Player: lunch
Robson: You won't believe it, but I found him in a giant fish that I captured. When I cut the beast in pieces, I saw a little goblin cowering inside. ...
Robson: He did not seem to be a threat and I kind of adopted him. Since I captured the fish for lunch and it was lunchtime I named him Lunch. ...
Robson: He learnt our language quite fast. Well at least the basics. He never bothered to improve his grammar but I'm no teacher anyway.

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