Thorkim Family Farm
Farmer Thorkim points over the gate he guards and says, "See them there lumps o' mud? They ain't no mud at all!" He flashes a wide smile. "Them pigs and piglets are wallowin' about and hiding. They's knowin' somethings going on and tryin' not ter draw no attention to themselves."
"Pa Thorkim has an arrangement with the Bacon Man, see. But them pigs been more amorous than usual, and we almost gots more bacon than we know what to do with."
He concludes, "Iffen ye bring me one of them shiney coins that've been popular all o'sudden, I might be convinced to look another way while ye sneak in and grab one for yerself. S'that or they're off to the market, in one form or another."
Farmer Thorkim responds, "Pa Thorkim met the Bacon Man years ago. Pa ain't so good at farmin', but ain't none better fer raising piggies. They gots 'em an arrangement, and the Bacon Man stops by real regular to get some of the older ones."
"I was curious once about that bacon milk he sells, and pa bought me a glass." Farmer Thorkim shakes his head and makes a face. "It ain't fer me. Some things just ain't meant to be mixed. Somehow, though, that Bacon Man sells it by the barrel full along with all his other, erm, treats."
Farmer Thorkim looks mortified and leans in to whispers, "I ain't never met her now, ye hear? I ain't for knowin' anyone but the Bacon Man who ever has, but the rumors say she runs some sort of house of ill repute, iffen ye catch my meaning."
He straightens and continues, "I ain't for knowin' why the Bacon Man got himself into business with her sorts, but she sure did give him some shiney coins! If ye bring me one, I'll let you inside the pen to try and grab a piggie."
Farmer Thorkim shakes his head. "Sorry there, madam. Pa Thorkim says I gots to keep visitors out." He leans in and whispers, "If you bring me a Grooba Coin, though, I might could find myself distracted with the fence for a bit."
Farmer Thorkim's eyes light up as he gazes at your proffered coin. He clears his throat and glances around before whispering, "If yer sure 'bout partin' with that coin, I'm mighty interested in it. You can sneak in and wallow about with the piggies, maybe get one out without gettin' caught, iffen I can have that coin."