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Faustus, the Fence: What do your people think about what happened in Oriath?
Whakano, the Barber: Barbers, sir?
Faustus, the Fence: Karui! Are they dancing round their totems singing the praises of the return of their saviour?
Whakano, the Barber: Kitava is no saviour. Far from it. Kitava is symbolic of death, of the end of all things.
Faustus, the Fence: Eh? I thought that was, uh, hinny--something.
Whakano, the Barber: Hinekora? The Mother of Death is the steward of our souls, but she has no great desire to destroy us. It's a common misunderstanding among your people.
Faustus, the Fence: Eternals?
Whakano, the Barber: Captains. I cannot speak for all Karui, but personally, I feel a great sadness for Oriath. Many people lost their lives, their homes, their families. Good people. Bad people too, but even bad people should have the opportunity to reflect on their misdeeds and change. Kitava took that opportunity away.
Faustus, the Fence: Quite right. Quite right.