These dialogue are heard when you are haggling with a merchant. These include their greetings, what you can say to them, and what they say back, neutrally, negatively or positively.
Hard Questions Edit
- "Buzz off."
- "Nope, sorry." (Shop)
- "I wish there was some way I could help you out here."
- "Maybe some other time - but not today."
- "My apologies, but these are my prices for today."
- "My ingredients are of the absolute highest quality - and for this one must pay."
- "You are not the only one selling products, you know." (Shop)
- "My prices are already the best in this area."
- "I am offering the highest prices you will find in the area." (Shop)
- "Not today, I'm afraid."
- "Shop around, be my guest!"
- "I can only pay what I can pay!" (Shop)
- "Sorry, my prices are firm."
- "Sorry, my offer is firm." (Shop)
- "What you can see is the best I can do, my friend."
- "The prices you see are the best I can do, my friend." (Shop)
- "You're not serious, are you?"
- "No, I think you should try somewhere else." (Shop)
- "Everyone needs to make a little bit of profit."
- "Hey, if you don't like the prices, you are welcome to take your business elsewhere."
- "How much money does anyone truly need, after all?"
- "I wasn't born yesterday, you know. My prices are reasonable.
- "I'm not here for my health, my friend. This transaction needs to make sense for both of us."
- "I'm not here to lose money..."
- "I'm not one to be easily swayed by bargaining."
- "I'm not working for nothing, my friend."
- "I've often hear it said - you get what you pay for."
- "My prices are fair for these ingredients."
- "Well, I have heard my prices are fair, you don't agree?"
- "You don't want me to go out of business, now do you?"
- "I can give you a special deal today, since you're such a loyal customer."
- "I can see my way to offering you a better deal this time."
- "I hope you know you're killing me here, but I can do a little something for you."
- "I hope you know you're killing me here, but I can give you a break."
- "I suppose I can do something for you - this time."
- "Since I'm in such a good mood today, I'll cut you a deal."
- "Wow, you are tough as nails. I like that!"
- "You drive a hard bargain. How do these prices look?"