I've tried to formulate a few greeting texts for the Stirk npcs taking orientation on the vanilla writing style.
pleased to meet you
Welcome to xxx
you don't look familiar
You're new to XXX, right?
What brings you to XXX?
If you're looking for services in XX, I guess I can help you.
Sure, this is XXX. Are you looking for someone in particular?
Yes, I know my way around here. What about it?
Good to see you again, %PCName. Please, whenever you're in Balmora, feel free to stop by. Now, what can I do for you?
All right, Stranger. Tell me what you want. Services? Or are you here in balmora for someone in particular?
This is Caldera, stranger. I guess you're new here. You got any questions? Looking for someone in particular?
What brings you to Caldera, outlander? You looking for services?
Certainly, %PCName. If your question is about Caldera, I can probably help. Is there some specific place you're looking for?
Well, hello again, %PCName..
No, no trouble at all, %PCName. I'm not busy right now. I'd be happy to share a little Morrowind lore with a traveler. And it might be that I could let you in on a little secret.
Generic first time greetings with generic keywords for Stirk:
1. What leads a %PCClass to a place like Stirk? If you're here for someone in particular or in need of a little advice, I'll be happy to help out.
2. I have not seen your face before. What is it you're looking for on an island like Stirk? Any specific place or any of the local services?
3. Welcome to Stirk, %PCRace. Are you looking for a specific place or someone in particular? I know this little island like the back of my hand.
4. Good day, stranger. You're new to Stirk, right? I guess, you may be interested in a little advice or this and that little secret, while you're here.
5. We don't get see new people very often around here. So what has led you to Stirk, traveller? Is it about a specific place or one of the local services? I can recommend you the XXX Tavern, if you're looking for a place to stay overnight.