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Comic #3406

1 Alvissa: So Dwalin, why have you rejoined our stalwart band? I'd have thought you'd have plenty to do in your ancestral home of Dwergenberg.
2 Dwalin: Aye, there be plunty tae do there. Cleanin' oot Orcish filth, diggin' new toonnels, haulin' rocks. {translation: Yes, there is much to do there. Cleaning out Orcish filth, digging new tunnels, moving rocks.}
3 Alvissa: I thought dwarves liked hard work. The harder the better.
4 Dwalin: Aye, we do! Tha's all easy compared tae comin' back tae help you lot! {translation: Indeed, we do! All of that is easy compared to returning to help you and your friends!}

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One presumes there is a lot of work to do when recovering your ancient ancestral home from centuries of occupation by orcs and goblins. I imagine they're not very good at cleaning the shower stalls, for example.

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