Dialogue for Aubury

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Standard dialogue[edit | edit source]

If the player is carrying a Combat path voucher and hasn't received all possible rewards yet:

  • Player: I have this voucher for completing the combat Adventure Path, it says to come talk to you about claiming my Adventure Path reward.
    • If the player hasn't claimed their rewards yet and is on a free-to-play world:
      • Aubury: Why yes, here are some air and mind runes.
      • Player receives 150 air runes and 150 mind runes.
      • Aubury: I do have more rewards for you, but you need to be on a members world for me to give you the reward. Maybe there is something else I can help you with.
      • (Continues as if the player weren't carrying a Combat path voucher)
    • If the player hasn't claimed their member rewards yet and is on a free-to-play world:
      • Aubury: I do have more rewards for you, but you need to be on a members world for me to give you the reward. Maybe there is something else I can help you with.
      • (Continues as if the player weren't carrying a Combat path voucher)

If the player isn't carrying a Combat path voucher or is carrying a Combat path voucher and has received all possible rewards already:

  • Aubury: Do you want to buy some runes?
    • Can you tell me about your cape?
      • Aubury: Certainly! Skillcapes are a symbol of achievement. Only people who have mastered a skill and reached level 99 can get their hands on them and gain the benefits they carry.
      • Aubury: The Cape of Runecrafting has been upgraded with each talisman, allowing you to access all Runecrafting altars. Is there anything else I can help you with?
        • I'd like to view your store please.
        • No thank you.
          • Player: No thank you.
          • Aubury: Well, if you find someone who does want runes, please send them my way.
          • (End of dialogue)
    • Yes please!
    • Oh, it's a rune shop. No thank you, then.
      • Player: Oh, it's a rune shop. No thank you, then.
      • Aubury: Well, if you find someone who does want runes, please send them my way.
      • (End of dialogue)
    • Can you teleport me to the Rune Essence?
      • Player: Can you teleport me to the Rune Essence?
      • Aubury: Senventior Disthine Molenko!
      • Aubury teleports the player to the rune essence mine
      • (End of dialogue)

During the Rogue Trader miniquest[edit | edit source]

First talk[edit | edit source]

  • Aubury: Do you want to buy some runes?
    • Can you tell me about your cape?
      • (Same as above)
    • Yes please!
      • (Same as above)
    • Oh, it's a rune shop. No thank you, then.
      • (Same as above)
    • Can you teleport me to the Rune Essence?
      • (Same as above)
    • Actually, I'm here with a business proposal from Ali Morrisane.
      • Player: Actually, I'm here with a business proposal from Ali Morrisane.
      • Aubury: Ali who?
      • Player: Ali Morrisane, a salesman of great repute based in Al Kharid.
      • Aubury: What is this proposal then?
      • Player: He wants to set up a rune-selling franchise in the markets of Al Kharid and he wants you to supply him with the stock.
      • Aubury: Why doesn't he get his own runes and sell them?
      • Player: His talents don't lie in that area. What he's good at is selling things, and lots of them.
      • Aubury: Hmm, interesting... So let's get this straight, he wants me to supply him with runes, which he will sell, and send me the profits?
      • Player: Nearly. He will charge a small commission on the runes.
      • Aubury: Do you think that it will work? Will people actually buy these runes off him?
      • Player: I wouldn't be surprised. Supply and demand are his rune essence and ore.
      • Aubury: Now this is very important, is he trustworthy?
      • Player: Yes, I believe so. Trust is a key part of commerce and something, which I doubt he would neglect.
      • Aubury: Fair enough, I'll trust your judgement.
      • Player: So you'll supply him with runes then?
      • Aubury: Well if he's half as good a salesman as you suggest I should have no problem in funding my research and maybe even redecorating this place.
      • (End of dialogue)

When talked to again[edit | edit source]

  • Aubury: Do you want to buy some runes?
  • Aubury: Oh, sorry [player name], I didn't recognise you for a second, you're back again so soon. Have you spoken to Ali Morrisane yet about the runes?
  • If the player has not talked to Ali Morrisane yet:
    • Player: Umm... not yet, I'll try to get around to doing that soon.
    • (Continues below)
  • If the player has talked to Ali Morrisane:
    • Player: Ya... about that, there's some crazy locking mechanism attached to each casket of runes, which he cannot figure out.
    • Aubury: Oh, yes, the rune locks, they're a bit of a doozy, I've completely forgotten how they work, but I'm sure they shouldn't prove too much of a struggle to an intelligent adventurerer[sic] like you, [player name]. Eh?
    • Player: I wouldn't hold my breath.
    • (Continues below)
  • Aubury: Great! Now, do want to buy some runes?
    • Can you tell me about your cape?
      • (Same as above)
    • Yes please!
      • (Same as above)
    • Oh, it's a rune shop. No thank you, then.
      • (Same as above)
    • Can you teleport me to the Rune Essence?
      • (Same as above)