Ferus: Welcome to my Chapel of Fire and Earth, Player.
Ferus: My name is Ferus Gemcutter, son of Fire and Earth, from the Molten Rock.
Ferus: I'm the keeper of this chapel and can bind loving souls in the holy ceremony of marriage.
Ferus: If you wish to initiate a marriage ceremony, the to-be-betrothed - that is you two lovebirds! - need to hand me a blank wedding ring and a box with a wedding outfit. Player, can you give me these items now?
Ferus: Not to sound like a material dwarf, but rules are rules. Without the items there won't be any wedding. I'm a traditionalist! Better go to a jeweller and see the tailor in Venore before people consider you cheap!
Ferus: The life-giving and life-destroying force of nature. You need warmth to survive, but get too much of it and you'll burn. That's how it is with many things.
Ferus: The nurturing and grounding force of nature. Supporting, carrying, feeding. What more could we ask for?
Ferus: Although most dwarfs think that the Gods abandoned us, I believe they still watch over us and that everything happens for a reason.
Ferus: The first born. But we should not only care for our ancestors, but also for our descendants.
Ferus: I've seen much of it in the course of my life. I rarely go outside anymore nowadays, I prefer the company of my fellow dwarfs.
Ferus: Enjoy life while it lasts. Or as long as it is enjoyable. Mine has been a bit too long already, but still I'm glad to wander this world.
Ferus: My home, my family.
Ferus: I think it's the fourth age of the yellow flame, isn't it?
Ferus: I'm too old for news. But if you know anything interesting, feel free to tell me.
Ferus: Aha, is that so...
Ferus: My child, there is no such thing! What you call monsters are just creatures who have as much right to live as you or I.
Ferus: I'm not that poetic, I guess.
Ferus: The Hall of the Emperor is in the upper levels of Kazordoon. Quite far away from here, thus I'm glad we have this ore wagon system whenever I'm given an audience. My legs aren't what they once were.
Ferus: Live and let live, I'd say. Wars bring nothing but senseless destruction and mourning.
Ferus: I've got to know some humans rather well. Some of them have true and honest hearts.
Ferus: Well... the greenskins are trouble. Sadly that's a fact.
Ferus: I hold no grudge against minotaurs. They just do what they need to do to survive, I guess.
Ferus: Life is an eternal quest. Master it with open eyes and open heart.
Ferus: I will pray to the forces fire and earth for you.
Ferus: Sometimes I wonder if Ferumbras was brought upon us by the Gods. Challenges and trials are meant to be mastered, after all.
Ferus: May Fire and Earth bless you, Player!