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Worldbearer: I am not a great talker, little cub. For my sake, make it quick.
Player: Do you need help carrying?
Worldbearer: Little cub, there is no greater insult to a worldbearer. Shall I rub your belly so you can digest? Shall I move your feet so you can walk?
Worldbearer: Garra! I know your culture: you call us pack mules and servants. There is no indignity in what I do! There is only honour in bearing another's burdens.
Player: I didn't mean to insult you.
Worldbearer: Bah, you are right. I must have woken on the wrong side of the stream today, little cub. Ignore me.
Player: You're carrying a few burdens of your own.
Worldbearer: Grrrr! Although my role is to carry - and I carry for you now - I like it as much as I like your stale odour. Can we press on before I do something that I will get exiled for?
Player: You shouldn't complain so much.
Worldbearer: Do not pretend that we are in the servant and master role, little cub! Our alliance is a delicate one and will end some day, through good means or bad.
Worldbearer: When that day comes, you may not find that I am so helpful. Our goal is to blast this dungeon apart, but I have no issue with leaving you behind.
Player: What is it like to be a worldbearer?
Worldbearer: The worldbearers are the legs and back of the gorajo; we bear the provisions, tents and tools from one destination to another.
Worldbearer: And when the gorajo are not moving, the worldbearers prepare and serve the food. It is an important role, and one that is esteemed among my clansmen.
Player: It sounds like hard work. There can't be much time to enjoy yourself.
Worldbearer: It is rewarding in its own way. When a worldbearer is put to rest, they are stripped of all belongings, to be reincarnated as a creature without burden: a sparrowhawk or a wildcat, perhaps.
Worldbearer: Although we face trials in this life, our next is free and joyful.
Player: You carry everything and have to serve it too?
Worldbearer: The clan sees the worldbearer as the nurturing mother wolf: proudly defending her pack while carrying the food and delivering it to her pups.
Worldbearer: I would prefer a more masculine comparison; never mind, it has been so for centuries.
Player: I don't have any more questions.
Worldbearer: That is good to hear. I am not one to talk.