I am Princess Rosella, daughter of King Graham of Daventry. Perhaps you have heard of my adventures in the realm of Tamir? Believe me, 'tis far more enjoyable to join you for a game of cards than to face the perils of that strange land!
Perhaps you can visit the castle, Sir Kid, so that my family and I can learn more of these card games that you play so well!
I wish I were a better card player, but as I must spend so much time on quests, I do not have the time to learn new card games.
Have I spoken to you of my perilous quest into Tamir? 'Tis not a story for the faint-hearted! Indeed, questing is always a dangerous venture, not to be undertaken lightly.
Questing is a family tradition in Daventry. My father quested to gain the throne of Daventry, and rescued Mother from the evil Hagatha. And Alexander, my brother, saved me from a foul dragon!
Indeed, questing is the noblest adventure of all! Not for riches or fame should one quest in a faraway land, but to aid others.
I have always considered Daventry to be an excellent location for questing. There are always wrongs to be righted, and noble deeds to be done.
'Tis interesting indeed, my friend.
I wish I were a better card player, but as I must spend so much so much time on quests, I do not have the time to learn new card games.
'Tis beneath the stature of the Princess of the Realm to concern herself with mere gold and silver, Colonel.
I never concern myself with gold and silver, Colonel. 'Tis the occupation of the Castle Treasurer, not a Princess of Daventry.
I should tell my father about these flying ships of yours, Jerry! Perhaps this can explain that large metal object that crashed into the moat last year...
I have done many marvelous things, Jerry, but never have I flown in the sky. I should like to do that someday, I think.
Are you inferring we are only characters in a computer game, sirrah? I think you are truly mistaken.
Surely you cannot believe that we are only computer characters in this game, Sir Warren?
Must you speak so of the ladies of your aquaintance, Sir Lawrence? 'Tis most unseemly!
I would never speak of my dearest Edgar the way you speak of your ladies, Lawrence.