“The Marabu spent three days in our town square playing lutes, tumbling, and peddling their wares. We were overjoyed to have them with us, and we all remarked how heavy their departure left our hearts – and how light their stay left our coin purses.” — Maynis Loktim, Elder of Shallowcreek
“Never shall you find another creature less aware of its own annoying nature than a skremp. They talk too much, too often, and too loudly. Everywhere they go trouble follows them, or they create it where there’s none to be found. Worse yet, they seem to have an immensely good time while doing it all.” […]
“It was astounding to see how their attitudes toward me subtly changed. I was no longer the small friend that they knew. No longer the pet they could coddle. I was something different. Something more, yes, but not something that they wanted.” — Urmel, Found Familiar: A New Man’s Tale.
“Our smiths may provide us great weapons of steel, but never forget the first gifts given to the children of the Arinast.” — Satyr Proverb