Available in the Quest: The Fallen Star (Act I)
Player: Where do you come from?
Scoundrel Lyndon: Kingsport, the city by the sea. Home to the great merchant fleets and endless nets of reeking fish!
Player: And your trade?
Scoundrel Lyndon: I am between jobs at the moment.
Player: That is not an honest answer.
Scoundrel Lyndon: Nonsense. I am the most honest thief you will ever meet.
The Unrepentant RogueEdit
Available in the Quest: The Doom in Wortham (Act I)
Player: It is starnge that you waste your time in pursuit of women.
Scoundrel Lyndon: Waste?! Time is scarcely better spent.
Player: But you stay with none of them.
Scoundrel Lyndon: I've only found one worth keeping... but she slipped way from me.
Player: I see. You bother women to ease the sting.
Scoundrel Lyndon: Well, no. Sometimes they should bother me!
Available in the Quest: Trailing the Coven (Act I)
Player: You are a skilled fighter.
Scoundrel Lyndon: My brother taught me when we were younger. He thought the crossbow was the best weapon for me since it would give me time to run away if i botched things too badly.
Player: Where is he now?
Scoundrel Lyndon: Oh, he's still in Kingsport. I expect he'll be there a good long time.
Available in the Quest: The Imprisoned Angel (Act I)
Player: How did you become a thief?
Scoundrel Lyndon: That's a long and terrible story that y-you wouldn't want to hear.
Player: You found something you liked and couldn't afford?
Scoundrel Lyndon: Basically.
Player: Perhaps you should be more reasonable.
Scoundrel Lyndon: Oh, there was nothing reasonable about her.
Available at the start of Quest: Return to New Tristram (Act I)
Scoundrel Lyndon: Do you ever doubt your choices?
Player: I ponder them before, not after.
Scoundrel Lyndon: Things never seem to turn out like I hope they will.
Player: Trust the spirits. They will guide you.
Scoundrel Lyndon: Try living in the slums before you lecture me.
Player: I see you carry great pain.
Available at the start of Quest: The Road to Alcarnus (Act II)
Player: Do you have any other family?
Scoundrel Lyndon: My brother and I were orphans. We only had each other.
Player: Is he a thief also?
Scoundrel Lyndon: No. He was a member of the city guard.
Player: That seems odd.
Scoundrel Lyndon: Not as much as you might think. Until the end, that is.
Available at the start of Quest: City of Blood (Act II)
Player: Why did you not follow your brother into the guards?
Scoundrel Lyndon: We're not much alike, really. He was always dependable and practical... a complete bore, I'd say.
Player: And you were drawn to trouble.
Scoundrel Lyndon: Hardly! I was just amusing myself with the Thieves Guild. It was nothing serious.
Player: Until you became a criminal.
Scoundrel Lyndon: That may have been serious.
The Guard's FateEdit
Available at the start of Quest: Unexpected Allies (Act II)
Player: What happened to your brother?
Scoundrel Lyndon: Nothing you'd want to hear.
Player: I wouldn't ask if I didn't.
Scoundrel Lyndon: And then what? I suppose you'll make it all right? You'll fix it up just like another one of your little errands? Some things aren't that easy.
Player: And some things are made harder than they should be.
Scoundrel Lyndon: Oh gods, and you're so noble about it too. Spare me.
Available at the start of Quest: Blood and Sand (Act II)
Player: Tell me, have you ever truly loved a woman?
Scoundrel Lyndon: Ah yes, the unreasonable one I spoke of earlier. I loved her with every inch of my heart before it went black as coal.
Player: Where did she go?
Scoundrel Lyndon: Well, she did what all unreasonable women do: married the wrong man.
Player: You did not steal her back?
Scoundrel Lyndon: Wouldn't have been easy... He was my brother.
The Thief's SecretEdit
Available at the start of Quest: The Siege of Bastion's Keep (Act III)
Player: Tell me more of your brother. Tell me the truth.
Scoundrel Lyndon: We used to be a team. I'd tip him off to some of the Thieves Guild's hits; he'd bring in the guards and play it off like it was a lucky catch. But one time he showed up too early...
Player: When you robbed the Merchants Guild Bank.
Scoundrel Lyndon: None other. Some of the guards became suspicious. They thought he was involved... and he's been rotting in a cell in Kingsport ever since, I... well, I managed to escape.
Player: And you feel responsible.
Scoundrel Lyndon: I don't know what I feel anymore.
The Scoundrel's WealthEdit
Available at the start of Quest: Tremors in the Stone (Act III)
Player: What do you do with all of the riches you find?
Scoundrel Lyndon: Living a life of depravity and overindulgence, naturally.
Player: In this cold and desolate place? I doubt it.
Scoundrel Lyndon: Fine. Perhaps I have found that my treasure is put to better use elsewhere.
Player: You send your riches away?
Scoundrel Lyndon: We all have debts to pay, friend.
Available at the start of Quest: Heart of Sin (Act III)
Player: Does your brother know that you love his wife?
Scoundrel Lyndon: No. She didn't take the time to tell him before waltzing off to the altar. Now their children would starve if not for the gold I send their way.
Player: But you are responsible for their father's imprisonment.
Scoundrel Lyndon: He will be free again in time. Paying off the Merchants Guild of Kingsport is no small task. And aren't you supposed to be on my side here?!
A Dark OutlookEdit
Available at the start of Quest: Fall of the High Heavens (Act IV)
Scoundrel Lyndon: Well, we've had a good time, right? Shame about our imminent deaths.
Player: You do not seem troubled.
Scoundrel Lyndon: You don't choose this life and expect to live to an old age. Still, it's the women I feel sorry for.
Player: Which women?
Scoundrel Lyndon: All of them. There will be heaving bosoms and torn clothes all across the land when word spreads that I've fallen in battle.
A Lost FamilyEdit
Available at the start of Quest: Fall of the High Heavens (Act IV)
Player: Do you think of your family still?
Scoundrel Lyndon: No point in it. I'll never see them again.
Player: Are you so assured of our defeat?
Scoundrel Lyndon: My brother's wife thinks I was... involved with his imprisonment, and he believes her.
Scoundrel Lyndon: As low as I am, I would never frame him. Not even to win her back. But they won't hear a word of it. For all the gold I send to them, I receive nothing in response.
A Final GiftEdit
Available at the start of Quest: Prime Evil (Act IV)
Player: I have a gift for you, Lyndon.
Scoundrel Lyndon: Is that so?
Player: It is gold. We will go to Kingsport one day soon. Then you can pay your debts, and your brother will be free.
Scoundrel Lyndon: You are much too kind.
Player: We have journeyed together a long way. I am happy to aid you.
Scoundrel Lyndon: Words fail me.
Player: Words are not always needed.