Kachiko: Taking notes, Jan?
Jan: I must not forget any detail of what happened on the Island. I have come up with the most potentially profitable business. We are going to make a tourist attraction out of your story, Kachiko. Charge to enter in the crypt, see you there dead… Then Yoshimo comes and gives you that big romantic kiss and you come back to life. And then the families run in bashing each other on the head and crying for the death of both of you. My cousin Willy he’d write good play about that and…
Kachiko: Jan, we do not even know where the Island is! How are you going to bring the tourists there?
Jan: You do not need the Island, girl! That the whole point! We are going to dig some cave near Athkatla and say that it all happened there…
Kachiko: How many Kara-Turian families have you seen in Athkatla?
Jan: None of course! But we do not need Kara-Turians. Locals like local stories. We’d give you some pretty names like Jula and Romano and your families would be say rival clans… Or may be Harpers and Shadow Thieves? Cousin Willy, he is good at that. Speaking of about cousin Willy, have I ever told you how he wrote his first play? Actually it’s funny, because he did not write it… Did I tell you about that?