List of dialogue spoken by the Haruspex. These lines are played when near a character, providing additional insight into the events and characters of the Town.
Dialogue spoken is dependent on both the day and chosen player character.
- What was that?
- What was that? I must be seeing things.
- I can barely walk. Enough for today, eh?
- Ugh. I'm tired.
- The wound hurts.
- I need a good sleep today.
- My teeth hurt with all the grinding.
- I'd give anything for a decent meal.
- I think I have a fever. Or maybe not.
- I'm bleeding again.
- Just wash your hands of it.
- Slow and steady wins the race.
- Slow and steady wins the race.
- There's nothing to talk about now.
- In truth, we're not powerless. Just will-less.
- (Changeling) They're trying to catch a shabnak-adyr. It's a local fairy tale, as far as I remember.
- (Changeling) This outsider... He's bound to mess up.
- (Changeling) Why did the prices soar? What's going on?
- (Changeling) These herb-gathering Worms have little in common with men.
- (Bachelor) It won't be easy for you to get used to our traditions.
- (Bachelor) I wasn't ready for all this either. Childhood is a thing long forgotten.
- (Bachelor) What are you planning to do now?
- (Changeling) You were seen in two different places at the same time.
- (Both) Where do they take their dead?
- (Bachelor) I'll make a panacea. It's the only way to fulfill my father's duty.
- (Bachelor) Go, oynon. I need time to pick up my tools.
- (Changeling) So what's the Inquisitor's line of inquiry?
- (Changeling) They could have sent Herman Orff instead of her. Word is he's heartless.
- (Bachelor) The Inquisitor has turned her gaze to The Abattoir. No good will come of it.
- (Bachelor) Changeling spoke to the Foreman. Could it be that he had accepted her as one of his kind?
- (Both) A commander like this belongs to the front line. Who sent him on this inglorious errand?
- (Both) The general seems like an honest man. He will spare the Town if we show him that it can be saved.
- (Changeling) I hope Aglaya finds a way to preserve the Town. And for no other reason than her stubbornness.
- (Both) The soldiers rose up against one another. They say it's because of that bull in the Lot.
- (Both) Just give me more time! There's merely one last puzzle left to crack. The solution will save thousands.
- It'll be difficult for you to get used to our traditions.
- I wasn't ready for all this, either… childhood is long behind us.
- In any case, it's nice to be home.
- My poor town. Torn apart.
- Stakh, poor Stakh… we tried to convince him, but he refused to believe us.
- Get over it.
- And I covered all in deathly mist…
- Yargachin, yargachin… still self-taught.
- Mes za-slym emch…
- (Heavy sigh)
- The damn wound… it's burning.
- If only I could get a good sleep.
- Can you feel it? The ground trembles.
- Any choice is right, so long as it's willed. That's the truth.
- This calls for a surgeon's precision. Step aside.
- I sense something out of place…
- That which is torn must be tied, and that conjoined—split apart.
- Without luck, you can't catch a fish in a flood. Without love, you can't divine truth from blood.
- You, too, can look. But you can't see the Lines.
- Don't walk in front of a bull, behind a horse, or around a thief, from any side.
- The stomach isn't a mirror; fill it with hay, no one will see it.
- Mister Carp, Mister Carp, turn yourself into a harp.
- Look into your soul to steady your hands.
- Words, too, break bones.
- Go, emshen. I need time to collect my tools.
- She has her eye on the Warrens… no good will come of it.
- And yet, she has a good heart. A kind heart.
- You might be a doctor, but you're certainly no teacher.
- This outsider… he'll make a mess of things.