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A collection of Minthara's remarks and overhead conversations with other characters.

Remarks[edit | edit source]

Selected[edit | edit source]

  • You need my expertise?
  • At your command.
  • Yes?
  • Awaiting orders.
  • By my oath.
  • In your name.
  • Who's next?
  • Do we have a target?
  • Our enemies still draw breath.
  • I hope this is important. For your sake.
  • What now?
  • If it is for the best.
  • I am listening.
  • Fresh orders?
  • Our enemies are everywhere.
  • There can be no respite.
  • Hmm?
  • Reporting.

Selected (in combat)[edit | edit source]

  • Yes?
  • Fresh orders?
  • Your command?
  • Let me strike.
  • Ready for battle.
  • Unleash me.
  • My victims await.
  • On your command.
  • I thirst for combat.
  • L'il Alurl.

Selected (sneaking)[edit | edit source]

  • Whisper your command.
  • Not now.
  • Hush.
  • I am the shadows.
  • Darkness is my home.
  • Speak quickly.
  • Yes?
  • Do not distract me.
  • Quietly.
  • You can see me?
  • What?
  • Ssussun pholor dos.
  • Need a throat slitting?
  • Who shall I silence?
  • None shall see me.
  • I can kill with a whisper.
  • Veiled in shadow.
  • Soft, silent, lethal.

Selection spam[edit | edit source]

  • You had my attention, now you have my fury.
  • Phlar Lolth ssinssrickla.
  • Your suffering will be spectacular.
  • Stop, or die.
  • (if sneaking) You will wish I had stayed in hiding.

Moving[edit | edit source]

  • At your command.
  • Gaining ground.
  • I lead the way.
  • Advance.
  • Yes.
  • Orders received.
  • At your bidding.
  • The way is clear.
  • The path is set.
  • Agreed.
  • Moving out.
  • Quick march.
  • Into position.
  • On my way.
  • Advancing.
  • Forward.
  • Proceeding.
  • On the move.
  • If you are sure.
  • If you insist.
  • If I must.
  • At once.
  • Out of my way.

Moving (in combat)[edit | edit source]

  • A wise move.
  • Onward.
  • I seek an advantage.
  • Taking up position.
  • Right away.
  • Understood.
  • Yes.
  • I will not fail.
  • A bold manoeuvre.

Moving (sneaking)[edit | edit source]

  • Like a shadow.
  • Quiet as a cloaker.
  • Soft as silk.
  • I see a path.
  • Like a whisper.
  • Hush.
  • Understood.
  • I am veiled.
  • With caution.
  • None shall see me.
  • Cunning.

Hiding[edit | edit source]

  • Veiled in shadow.
  • I belong in darkness.
  • Unseen, I shall strike.
  • Oloth dos.
  • Death comes quietly.
  • The shadows are my friend.
  • Brorn.
  • Kyone.
  • Without warning.
  • From silence to suffering.
  • None will find me.
  • Velkyn.

Hiding (in combat)[edit | edit source]

  • Swift, silent, deadly.
  • Velkyn.
  • The darkness is my home.
  • From shadow I will strike.
  • Veldryn.
  • I slip into shadows.

At low health[edit | edit source]

  • Straj. A grievous wound.
  • This is not how I die.
  • I cannot take much more of this.

Attacked by party member[edit | edit source]

  • Cross me again, and I will end you.

Can't fit in a small hole[edit | edit source]

  • I would gladly force somebody else through there, but I don't fit.

Can't fit in a tiny hole[edit | edit source]

  • Do you jest? An ooze could barely squeeze through there.

Can't use an item[edit | edit source]

  • Not now.

Can't use an item while in combat[edit | edit source]

  • Do not distract me from the fight.
  • Not 'til our enemies are vanquished.
  • My focus is on the fight.
  • Slaughtering our enemies takes priority.

Finding a locked item[edit | edit source]

  • Locked tight. There must be a way to open it nearby.
  • No way to open it from here.
  • It won't budge. Need to look elsewhere.
  • I need to find a way to unlock it.

Looking at a globe[edit | edit source]

  • A poor globe indeed that only shows the world's surface. It requires layers.

Looking at an astrolabe[edit | edit source]

  • I read a story once of great fleets doing battle between the stars. I wish it were true.

Looking into a mirror[edit | edit source]

  • I am exquisite, as always.
  • Not a hair out of place.
  • Tsk. The sun is having an ill effect on my complexion.

Looking into a telescope[edit | edit source]

  • Perhaps one day, we will learn to conquer the stars.

Surprised by mimic[edit | edit source]

  • Down, Mimic. Heel! Straj - why do they not obey me?
  • I have a way with mimics. Hold, creature! Hold! Why does it not listen?

After a Short Rest[edit | edit source]

  • I hate to rest while our enemies still draw breath.
  • Come - we are rested enough.
  • Onward.
  • No more rest for the wicked.

On character death[edit | edit source]


  • Straj! I will avenge you.

Player (Dark Urge):

  • I will avenge you!


  • Lae'zel! Hold on, child.


  • Stay with us, Shadowheart. That's an order.


  • Karlach's spark is extinguished.


  • Jaheira! Even legends can die.


  • The wizard has fallen. Typical.


  • Boo! Your master has fallen.


  • Straj. Astarion!


  • Back to the dirt, druid.

Throwing Scratch's ball after he is dismissed[edit | edit source]

  • Disobedient hound. Where is he?
  • Scratch. Obey my command!
  • Blasted dog. You dare ignore me?
  • Do I have to fetch it myself? This is demeaning.

Throwing Scratch's ball after his death[edit | edit source]

  • Scratch reminded me of my first displacer beast. A noble creature.
  • Withers be a good skeleton and fetch that ball.
  • Gah. I miss the damn dog.
  • Everyone assumes I killed the dog. I liked the dog.

Location Remarks[edit | edit source]

Act Two[edit | edit source]

Ico knownSpells lvl 02.png Act 2 Spoilers! This section reveals details about the story of Baldur's Gate 3.

Gauntlet of Shar
  • (Just after entry) "Even when the faithful abandon them, sacred places do not lose their power. Be on your guard."
Mind Flayer Colony
  • (Entering the Morgue) "Fresh recruits for Ketheric's army. To a necromancer, a morgue is a musteryard."
  • (Entering the Barracks) "Some who worked here were not thralls or undead. They were loyal to Ketheric and his grim cause."
  • (Entering the Necrotic Laboratory) "Whatever experiments Balthazar performed here, I fear he made more than thralls and ghouls."
  • (After using the Mind-Archive Interface) "A splendid device. All the benefits of a cleric, no gods required."
  • (After defeating Ketheric) "Killing an undying man is no easy task, but the Absolute is not vanquished. Our work has only just begun."

Act Three[edit | edit source]

Ico knownSpells lvl 03.png Act 3 Spoilers! This section reveals details about the story of Baldur's Gate 3.

Party Banter[edit | edit source]

Minthara Approval.png Minthara and Astarion Astarion Approval.png[edit | edit source]

(In Shadow-Cursed Lands)

  • Minthara: The shadows have lingered here so long, the land itself is corroded. A most persistent curse.
  • Astarion: I think I know a thing or two about persistent curses, thank you.
  • Minthara: The rashes and sores you may have contracted over your decades of philandering are not the kind of curse that concerns me.

(At Last Light Inn, if it's cursed)

  • Minthara: Devoured by the darkness. They should have retreated while they had the chance.
  • Astarion: And yet here we stand. We're either very clever or very lucky.
  • Minthara: You do not need luck to survive, Astarion. Not when you have me.

(At Grand Mausoleum)

  • Astarion: Ah, no shadow curse, plenty of funerary decor - I almost feel at home.
  • Minthara: Stop gawking at the decor, spawn. This place is dangerous.
  • Astarion: Yes, as I said - just like home.

(After defeating Ketheric Thorm)

  • Minthara: Did you expect to survive Myrkul's wrath, little spawn?
  • Astarion: You'd be surprised, drow. I've survived a lot of things.
  • Minthara: Greater horrors await us in Baldur's Gate. Best sharpen your fangs.

(At Wyrm's Rock Fortress)

  • Astarion: So many dark nooks and crannies - this fortress is a lurker's paradise.
  • Minthara: Would you not prefer basking in the sun like a lizard now that it no longer blisters your pretty skin?
  • Astarion: Old habits die hard, darling. Surely you know that.

(At Bonecloak's Basement)

  • Astarion: No, this place feels all too 'Underdark'y for me.
  • Minthara: You are speaking of my home, spawn. It is pleasant to be reminded of it.
  • Astarion: Oh dear - you're not going to come over all pleasant and homely, are you?
  • Minthara: To you? Doubtful.

(At Szarr Palace)

  • Minthara: Ominous, yet austere. This place has its charms.
  • Astarion: We're both learning a lot. Cazador kept this place all to himself.
  • Minthara: I do not blame him. It is not the sort of place servants or spawn should sully with their presence.

(At ?)

  • Minthara: Our illithid warns us away from what lies beyond that gate, but perhaps it underestimates us.
  • The Emperor: You should listen to your illithid. It knows your weaknesses as well as it knows the brain's strengths.
  • Astarion: Care to share any of Minthara's weaknesses? Or would it take too long to go through them all?
  • Minthara: Watch your tongue, spawn. I need the illithid alive - you are expendable.

(At Morphic Pool)

  • Astarion: We're getting close. I do believe fate is shuffling the cards for the final deal.
  • Minthara: Let the cards fall. We have a strong hand to play.
  • Astarion: And speaking personally, I intend to cheat.

(If the player is romancing Minthara; after act 2 romance scene)

  • Astarion: So how does Lolth feel about romance? Are you expected to bite your mate's head off afterwards?
  • Minthara: Be grateful I no longer follow the Spider Queen's teachings. If I did, you would be the first to fall into my web.
  • Astarion: I can't tell if you're joking. She is joking, right?

(If the player is romancing Minthara; after act 3 romance scene)

  • Astarion: So, what's it like caring for someone other than yourself, Minthara?
  • Minthara: You have never tried it, I assume.
  • Astarion: Gods no. It sounds like a lot of work.
  • Minthara: It takes less work than you devote to maintaining your foppish facade. And it's far more rewarding.

(If the player is romancing Astarion; after act 2 romance scene)

  • Minthara: Half the men of Menzoberranzan are pleasure-servants. Weaklings, whose beauty is their only redeeming quality.
  • Minthara: You would fit right in with them, Astarion.
  • Astarion: You think I'm beautiful? Oh, Minthara.
  • Minthara: Hrmmph.

(If the player is romancing Astarion, and Astarion stayed a spawn)

  • Minthara: Are you a better man now that you are loved, Astarion? Did they mend your ways?
  • Astarion: I rather think they did. Can't imagine anyone wanting to do that for you, though dear.

(If the player is romancing Astarion, and Astarion became an ascendant)

  • Minthara: Would you ever consider sharing the gift of immortality with me, Astarion?
  • Astarion: I think not. That is for me and my darling to share.
  • Minthara: If they have prevented your eyes and fangs from wandering to other necks, it must be a special bond indeed.

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(At Rivington)

  • Gale: Pigeons, gulls, sparrows - these streets make a fine hunting ground for a tressym like Tara.
  • Minthara: In the Underdark, we have packs of winged hounds to deal with vermin like your precious Tara.
  • Gale: Flying hounds? Come now - you're pulling my leg, aren't you?
  • Minthara: Yes I am. It is the bats that would make a meal of her.

(If the player is romancing Minthara; after act 2 romance scene)

  • Gale: I'm glad to know you have a softer side, Minthara. I was beginning to think you rather heartless.
  • Minthara: Loving another is not soft, wizard. It is one of the hardest things a person can do.
  • Gale: So you admit you've found love! How delightful - I'm happy for you both.

(If the player is romancing Minthara; after act 3 romance scene)

  • Gale: I found an empty bottle of venom in camp, Minthara. Safe to assume it was yours?
  • Minthara: Indeed. I have been dosing my partner while they sleep by my side.
  • Minthara: They refuse to take it in their food, but I must build up their immunity in case we ever visit Menzoberranzan together.
  • Gale: Let's never speak of this again.

(If the player is romancing Gale; after act 2 romance scene)

  • Minthara: You've been smiling like a fool of late, wizard. Explain yourself.
  • Gale: I've found love. Surely even you wouldn't begrudge me some happiness.
  • Minthara: All I will say on the matter is that you were wise to lower your standards from the godly to the ghastly.

(If the player is romancing Gale; after act 3 romance scene)

  • Minthara: Do you have elder siblings, wizard?
  • Gale: You're about to say something awful, aren't you?
  • Minthara: In Menzoberranzan, after a house has two sons, every subsequent male-born child is slaughtered at birth, as it is useless, even for breeding.
  • Minthara: You have the aura of a third child about you.

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(At Abandoned Cistern in the Lower City Sewers)

  • Minthara: This place is foul. Drow would not tolerate rivers of waste flowing so close to their residences.
  • Karlach: You've got slaves to manage your sanitation. Baldur's Gate doesn't. Though we do rely quite heavily on kobolds.
  • Minthara: But surely the kobolds are slaves?
  • Karlach: Hell no.
  • Minthara: Straj. Yet one more reason to despair for the fate of this city.

(If the player is romancing Minthara; after act 2 romance scene)

  • Karlach: Hey, so, what's romance like in the Underdark, Minthara?
  • Minthara: In Menzoberranzan, romance is commonly a luxury enjoyed between women. Men are mostly present for propagation.
  • Minthara: Here on the surface, gender does not define one's role so strictly. There are weaklings of every sort.

(If the player is romancing Minthara; after act 3 romance scene)

  • Karlach: It's funny seeing you so smitten, Minthara. Didn't think you were able.
  • Minthara: I took my first lover before you were a spark in your father's eye, child.
  • Karlach: Go on.
  • Minthara: She was a high priestess of House Vandree. Beautiful, elegant, ruthless.
  • Minthara: I adored her, and had been sharing her bed for some time when the order came that she must die.
  • Minthara: I stayed with her while the poison did its work, and whispered words of comfort as she slipped away.
  • Karlach: Oh no.

(If the player is romancing Karlach; after act 2 romance scene)

  • Minthara: You allowed that smith to meddle with your heart, Karlach, simply so you can be touched?
  • Minthara: Better to shut off the carnal desires than indulge them. They are distractions.
  • Karlach: Yes, because every function comes with a handy switch.
  • Karlach: Next time I'm injured, don't heal, just turn me off and on again.

(If the player is romancing Karlach; after act 3 romance scene)

  • Minthara: Have you ever been afraid, Karlach? Truly afraid?
  • Karlach: You know how much time I spent in the hells, right? Of course I've been scared!
  • Karlach: I kept on going though. Knew there'd be better days on the other side - and here they are.

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(At Shadow-Cursed Lands Forest)

  • Lae'zel: Difficult terrain, cursed or not. Gith dragon-riders prefer flat land and open skies.
  • Minthara: Ketheric's undead legions carve paths through the foliage when they pass. It grows back stronger though.
  • Lae'zel: A tedious labour well suited to the undead.
  • Minthara: Tedious labour does not only suit the dead. Plenty of surface-dwellers are suitable for little else.

(At Last Light Inn, if it's protected)

  • Minthara: These people seem soldiers by their bearing. What say you, Lae'zel?
  • Lae'zel: The enforcers of order - unmistakable in their vigilant bearing. So it goes across all the planes and their peoples.
  • Minthara: On this plane, the story always ends the same way. Order collapses, and shadows take the light.

(At Mason's Guild Rebel Hideout)

  • Minthara: How curious. The shadow curse has not touched this place.
  • Lae'zel: And by the looks of it, its riches have gone unplundered.
  • Minthara: A faultless observation, Lae'zel. Are all githyanki so quick to come to the essential point?

(At House of Healing)

  • Lae'zel: A waste of space and resources. Gith triage methods obviate the need for such crude facilities.
  • Minthara: Tell me about these methods.
  • Lae'zel: A githyanki ghustil can summon Astral energy to heal most any wound.
  • Lae'zel: If a warrior's lacerations are beyond even their ability, the victim is beheaded.
  • Minthara: Efficient. We have much to learn from one another.

(At House of Healing Morgue)

  • Lae'zel: I have seen many a gruesome death, but even I can't fathom some of the horrors inflicted in this supposed 'House of Healing'.
  • Minthara: You're young, child. If you survive as long as I have, you will witness greater horrors than this.
  • Lae'zel: If you are fortunate, you may even inflict greater horrors in the name of your cause.

(At Mind Flayer Colony)

  • Lae'zel: A ghaik colony. Illithids are certainly the driving force behind this Absolute cult.
  • Minthara: The hierarchy of command is not yet clear, child. Can you be sure the illithids are in control?
  • Lae'zel: I know what I see - my mortal enemies. And I know what must be done about them.

(At Basilisk Gate)

  • Minthara: There is no true authority in this city. The guards are more degenerate than the criminals.
  • Lae'zel: True warriors among the city's Flaming Fist seem exceedingly rare. The worst are mere rats scurrying about their warren.
  • Minthara: And what do we do with rats, Lae'zel? We hang them by the tails, and burn their warrens.

(In the North Alleys)

  • Lae'zel: Ah - the smell of fresh blood spilled on stone. It reminds me of the tunnels within my home of K'liir.
  • Minthara: I would like to visit your home one day, Lae'zel. Where is K'liir?
  • Lae'zel: You may know it as Stardock. An asteroid, one of the Tears of Selûne. It's tunnels are home to all manner of creatures to hunt.
  • Lae'zel: Vicious, unrelenting. The sort of place I imagine you'd take to, Minthara.

(At The Lodge)

  • Minthara: The Society of Brilliance! These preposterous fools love to meddle in Underdark affairs - they are most amusing.
  • Lae'zel: Amusing? Wherein lies the humour?
  • Minthara: They seek to promote peace between species through mutual understanding. Ha.
  • Lae'zel: Even my people know the value of a carefully crafted coalition, Minthara. Is our own alliance not a case in point?

(At Guildhall)

  • Lae'zel: Two sides, each itching to draw blades against the other.
  • Minthara: The sensation is contagious. Which should we oppose?
  • Lae'zel: Either or both, so long as I get to spill blood.

(At Morphic Pool)

  • Minthara: We drow are sensitive to psionic power. And this place throbs with mental power such as I have never known.
  • Lae'zel: It threatens all of us, gith and mud worlder alike. But even the brightest blaze can be extinguished.
  • Minthara: Extinguish it? I intend to seize it. Power exists to be wielded.

(If the player is romancing Minthara; after act 2 romance scene)

  • Lae'zel: Our leader is a fool for love, Minthara. I'd never be compelled to conduct such a poorly-planned jailbreak.
  • Minthara: They did not do it for love. They did it for my prowess in combat, as well as coitus. I excel in both.
  • Lae'zel: As do I. Sometimes the acts are not dissimilar.

(If the player is romancing Minthara; after act 3 romance scene)

  • Lae'zel: At what age do you think it is right to set a child upon mortal combat?
  • Minthara: The moment it can hold a blade. It may even test its resilience against some common poisons while it is still in the womb.
  • Lae'zel: Tsk'va. We do not wilfully risk our young until they are of thirteen years. No point wasting battle-flesh before it's primed.

(If the player is romancing Lae'zel; after act 2 romance scene)

  • Minthara: A few pointers, Lae'zel. I heard you and your lover locked in combat, but the test you set was not rigorous enough.
  • Minthara: Next time, tie them to the ground, and do not release them until you are both satisfied.
  • Lae'zel: Hmm. You have given me ideas...

(If the player is romancing Lae'zel; after act 3 romance scene)

  • Minthara: You fight harder than ever now that you have a lover to protect from harm, Lae'zel.
  • Minthara: The githyanki should encourage relations between their soldiers. It is a proven tactic for morale.
  • Lae'zel: We need no boon for morale - I fight well when there is kin at my side. And now, I count one more among them.

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(At Last Light Inn, if it's cursed)

  • Shadowheart: Gone. Swallowed up by the shadow curse.
  • Minthara: Not before time. They hoped to stand against Ketheric with little more than a trick of the light to protect them.

(If Shadowheart is still loyal to Shar)

  • Shadowheart: Worse - they defied Lady Shar's power, openly. Now they have paid the price.

(If Shadowheart no longer loyal to Shar)

  • Shadowheart: They were desperate. Nobody deserves this.

(At Reithwin Town)

  • Shadowheart: This place was ruined rather thoroughly. I'm starting to forget what a habitable village looks like.
  • Minthara: Your Sharran kin are responsible for this ruin. They purged these lands even before the shadow curse, and pillaged all they could find.

(If Shadowheart is still loyal to Shar)

  • Shadowheart: No... this must have been due to the battle. Lady Shar's warriors would have little interet in looting...
  • Minthara: Come, Shadowheart. Do you think prayers alone can keep an army on the march?
  • Shadowheart: Even those devoted to loss fill their pockets and bellies when the chance arises.

(If Shadowheart no longer loyal to Shar)

  • Shadowheart: Not my kin - not any longer. Their past deeds are not my responsibility.

(At Mind Flayer Colony Tadpoling Centre)

  • Shadowheart: Ugh. This place brings back unwelcome memories of a tadpole slipping behind my eye...
  • Minthara: Appalling. I am glad my memories of the infection are not so clear.
  • Shadowheart: Oh yes, I forgot - you had your love of the Absolute to mask the ugly parts.
  • Minthara: Do not call it love. It was poison.

(At Rivington)

  • Minthara: The excess of refugees outside the city walls could easily become a surplus of labourers.
  • Shadowheart: Careful, Minthara. As a drow exile, you could be classed as a refugee yourself. Not volunteering, I take it?
  • Minthara: I am a daughter of House Baenre. I obey no authority except my own desires.
  • Shadowheart: I can think of a least one wriggly stowaway who might dispute that...

(At Wyrmway)

  • Minthara: What sweet relief to shelter from the sky for a while.
  • Shadowheart: Sunlight giving you a headache? You're not supposed to stare right into it, you know.
  • Minthara: That was due to your insipid conversation, half-elf.

(At Felogyr's Fireworks)

  • Minthara: Amusing as it is to provide children with such lethal toys, surely there are better uses for this powder?
  • Shadowheart: Plenty. They can make for excellent distractions, should you need to make a quick exit.
  • Shadowheart: Partly why the Ducal Council controls supply - trying to keep the whizz-bangs out of nefarious hands.
  • Minthara: The Ducal Council must have sprung a leak, for we seem to find barrels of the stuff everywhere.

(At Sorcerous Sundries)

  • Minthara: I must admit, some of the items here are quite marvellous.
  • Shadowheart: Baldur's Gate prices, though. Not worth it, if you ask me.
  • Minthara: I shall be careful not to ask you then, child.

(If the player is romancing Minthara; after act 2 romance scene)

  • Shadowheart: Any doubts about falling for a foe, Minthara? Or does that just add spice to things?
  • Minthara: I do not fall for my foes. I vanquish them.
  • Minthara: I cannot love who I do not trust, with either my heart or my body. I am fortunate to have found someone worthy.

(If the player is romancing Minthara; after act 3 romance scene)

  • Shadowheart: Is drow society as the books say? It almost sounds tempting - matriarchal power, flourishing to its greatest extent.
  • Minthara: It flourishes because the strong feed on the weak. Charming as you are, child, you would be nourishment for the matrons mothers.
  • Shadowheart: ...Of course.

(If the player is romancing Shadowheart, and Shadowheart chose Selune)

  • Minthara: I may not weep for my home, but I would take a mushroom over a flower any day.
  • Shadowheart: I would have said I admire fungi as well.
  • Shadowheart: Until I met such a thing you call a Myconid.

(If the player is romancing Shadowheart, and Shadowheart chose Shar)

  • Minthara: I cannot tell if you are more a deviant or a debutante, Shadowheart.
  • Minthara: I would like to test both aspects of your character when next you find yourself alone at night.
  • Shadowheart: I'm not quite sure I like where this is going.

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(If the player is romancing Minthara; after act 2 romance scene)

  • Wyll: I really hope you're being careful with our friend, Minthara. I wouldn't want you to break each other.
  • Minthara: If I break them, it will be in the pursuit of pleasure, and they will die smiling.

(If the player is romancing Minthara; after act 3 romance scene)

  • Wyll: Amorous passions usually make people more considerate, Minthara. Kinder. Sympathetic. Better at cooperating.
  • Minthara: They can also make people more protective, guarded, paranoid, and jealous.
  • Wyll: Never mind.

(If the player is romancing Wyll, and Wyll broke the contract)

  • Minthara: You confound me, Wyll. You have all the illustrious iniquities of a warlock, and you choose to impress your partner with dancing?
  • Wyll: Well I'm hardly going to say 'oh come here, have a hug in the arms of Hadar'.

(If the player is romancing Wyll, and Wyll is agreed to the new contract)

  • Minthara: Your devilish patron is a delight, Wyll. Have you ever lain with her?
  • Wyll: I'm really not that kind of man.
  • Minthara: She will see her failure to seduce you as a stain on her honour. I know I would.