“The hell’s wrong with a little attention? The only thing that’s gonna try keepin’ us from gettin’ our prize is whatever’s dwelling in the Edge and down below. Bringin’ attention to our movements’ll only get us more help, if anything.”
"Depends," Agethar pointed out "I don't know about ye, but I donnae want th' help o' Bandits or a rival clan."
"Because alerting everyone to the mass of treasure we'll be carrying home can't backfire at all, can it? I've seen men kill for far less."
"I don't know how much treasure you think that we'll be taking back with us," Malvolio said bluntly "but Agni only asked us to get his clan's sword, not to bring the mountain's entire treasure horde with us. If he did, I think that we would have more dwarves to help us and a ton of carts to carry it back with us. I only plan on taking what I can carry, unlike whatever imagined version of us you have in your mind."
“You could say that. I’m with Caid, I’ve been following you guys with a bit of his help aaand figured I’d finally introduce myself.”
The Priest nodded, simply saying "It's good to have another elf with us."
“...Saaaay, what’s with your eyes?”
"I am blind, Inquisitive one," Huo said, wondering if this...elf was considered a child by her society "but I have my own way of seeing."
"And what about yourself?" he asked, peering at the elf "You don't seem to be a true e-."
Huo stopped mid-sentence, and turned to see one of the dwarves standing nearby, and decided not to continue."
"Hello, Small one," he said polietly as he made a small bow "I am Huo Shiye of the East, and this is..."