a stern, severe man in white robes.
You interrupt the man from his research.
"Yes, yes, what is it?"
"You've come for healing, I suppose."
"I can do nothing for those scars. Still, they look healed."
"Why do you waste my time? None of you are wounded!"
"Which of you?"
"<Character Name>, your injury is most interesting!"
"Ah! <Character Name>, you have an injury worthy of my skill!"
"It will cost you 30 gold for me to heal you, interested?"
yes-Laying hands upon <Character Name>, Dargoth mends the wounds.
"What else do you need?"
no-"I need to be paid to heal you."
Not poisoned :
"You don't look good, but you're not poisoned."
"Why do you waste my time? None of you are poisoned!"
"Which of you?"
"Fascinating, <Character Name>! I have read about such poison only in ancient books!"
"I haven't gotten many cases like this since they invented swamp boots."
"It'll cost 10 gold to cure you, interested?"
yes-Laying hands upon <Character Name>, Dargoth removes the poison.
yes, no gold-If you can't pay, I can't cure you."
No characters dead :
He raises an eyebrow.
"You may not be my choice for dinner conversation, but none of you are dead."
Character dead :
Seeing the dead body that <Character Name> carries, he becomes more polite.
"I am sorry you've lost a compatriot."
"For 400 gold I can attempt resurrection, interested?"
no-"Resurrection is a difficult task. I'm sorry, but I need to be paid."
yes, no gold-"That ain't enough money."
"You are # gold piece(s) short."
"Go see a gravedigger. I'll reckon his price'll be lower."
yes, have gold-Your party takes up a collection for their fallen comrade
Dargoth lays hands upon the corpse...
And the dead live again!
If have another corpse :
"I see that <Character Name> carries another slain friend."
"I am Dargoth, master of medical lore."
"My true calling is research."
"My studies here have advanced the healing art throughout the world!"
"But, more often than not, I am called upon to cure poison ivy and heal paper cuts!"
"I grow weary of such trifles!"
"Stay out of trouble!"
"I don't want to see my fine workmanship wasted!"
"Well, what can I do for thee?"
"Come, come, get to the point. I'm a busy man!"