Coldtree chuckles and replies, "It is fine if you still want to believe that. Your experience is different from mine. I lost everything when I was a child, not because of my own poor decisions, but because they were taken from me, by Hebrians, my own people. That was the past, though. As for today, I can still feel the poison from that spider. I recall the pain of the bite and the terror when I realized I had been attacked by a sneaky arachnid. We are the ones out here doing these jobs, and we are the only ones to determine the worth of our actions. The medic is not going to give me what she thinks this medicine is worth; she is going to give me what I think it is worth. Don't worry if you think I am going to overcharge her. I will give her a fair price."