Zora: Ah, look what the north wind blew here. Hope you're up to some business.
Zora: I am overseeing some of our operations here.
Zora: I am known as Zora and just for your information, there is no longer a bounty on my head.
Zora: I was ... kind of wild in my youth.
Zora: About time someone is interested in my wares. Footballs have to be purchased separately.
Zora: If you'd like to see my offers, ask me for a trade.
Zora: Venore will recognise my efforts here and I am sure I'll get a promotion soon.
Zora: Carlin is a thorn in our side. A little one but a thorn nonetheless.
Zora: If I had more ships and men, I'd take over that town in one surprise attack. But the way things are now, this would be a waste of resources. Well, our base here is sufficient for now.
Zora: The mines are still a problem. Those raiders make it impossible to do something about the mines.
Zora: They somewhat remind me of the men I sailed with in my youth. Still they are enemies and I ordered our men to kill them on sight.
Zora: It's a sad thing that our people are split. With each year that is passing, we drift further apart from each other.
Zora: He is more a problem in the South.
Zora: Looking for that weapon seems quite unprofitable.
Zora: Come back when you're up to some business, player.