66. Even a beardless one can give good advice. (Everything's possible, you know?)
67. Even the rat has courage in her den. (Equally about desperation giving power, and knowledge of a locale giving defenders an edge.)
68. Sleeping on a stone is easy with a clean conscience.
69. A dog knows who feeds him. (Multiple interpretations, mostly insulting; may be a hint the dwarf knows about your true loyalties, or is about to rent your services. Can also refer to the cunning of some creatures or their surprising loyalty.)
70. The belly is the best clock there is.
71. Can't buy honor in the market. (Obvious meaning; but also a sigh of some itinerant clanless dwarves that wish for a more proper life.)
72. The more you put in, the more it burns. (Feeding the wrong thing, arguments, hate, etc.)
73. Tall stairs make for heavy falls. (About the occasional tendency to overreach.)
74. A dwarf is a dwarf while he keeps his word.
75. Goblins took it. (It won't ever come back, at least not in the same shape.)
76. What he builds with one hand he breaks with the other. (Fool, incompetent, but also someone capable working against himself.)
77. Master of nine crafts makes poverty his tenth. (Can't be good at everything, those who try fail.)
78. Good work praises itself.
79. Keep to the new road and an old friend.
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80. Eat the mushrooms but know their names. (Know what you are getting into.)