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Faustus, the Fence: Strange turn of events, eh Karui?
Whakano, the Barber: Are you speaking to me, sir?
Faustus, the Fence: Never imagined my people living peacefully with your people, let alone on your lands!
Whakano, the Barber: No? Some would say you've been living on Karui islands for generations.
Faustus, the Fence: Well, they were our islands by then, weren't they? Anyway, perhaps I should thank you.
Whakano, the Barber: Me?
Faustus, the Fence: Though our beautiful metropolis is now but smoldering ruins, you have given us a new home. A chance to build society anew. Hope.
Whakano, the Barber: I didn't do any of that, sir.
Faustus, the Fence: You know what I mean! Learn to accept a compliment.
Whakano, the Barber: I'm sorry, sir. Allow me to return a compliment: Thank you for not trampling our homes, taking our children, our brothers and sisters, our wives and husbands, and binding their arms and legs when you washed ashore. Thank you for limiting your recolonisation to one island, and for breaking only a few of our laws and traditions in these early days.
Faustus, the Fence: You're very welcome. See? It's not hard.