Dialogue for Bologa

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Standard dialogue[edit | edit source]

  • Bologa: Yeah?
    • What is this place?
      • Player: What is this place?
      • Bologa: Granddad's fruit farm. It's a right dump. This whole corner of the city is a dump.
        • So why are you here if it's a dump?
          • Player: So why are you here if it's a dump?
          • Bologa: My cow of a sister kicked me out of her bar. Said I was getting the place a bad name. So I'm staying here until I'm old enough to get my own place.
          • Bologa: I want to move to Arceuus. It's properly awesome up there. I'll do bartending or something until I can learn to be a necromancer.
          • Bologa: Anyway, why are you here? Do you want something?
            • Tell me about yourself.
              • (Same as below)
            • Never mind.
              • Player: Never mind.
              • (End of dialogue)
        • Okay, thanks for the info.
          • Player: Okay, thanks for the info.
          • Bologa: Yeah, you're in the biggest dumpster of Dumpsterville. Now you know. Anyway, do you want something?
            • Tell me about yourself.
              • (Same as below)
            • Never mind.
              • (Same as above)
    • Tell me about yourself.
      • Player: Tell me about yourself.
      • Bologa: Yeah, alright...
      • Bologa: I am Bologa Gricoller, seeker of forbidden wisdom, wanderer of the dark pathways, thinker of the unthinkable. I can do bartending too.
      • Bologa: I used to work at The Golden Field. That's my sister's bar. It's mostly farmhands drinking there, but you get some interesting people as well.
      • Bologa: See, most Hosidius people are Saradominists. My sister, she's always listening to Father Jean at the church with his goodie-goodie sermons.
      • Bologa: But some of us in the bar thought we'd give Zamorak a try. Like, you gotta be open-minded, right? What did Saradomin ever do for us anyway?
      • Bologa: So we'd meet in the bar, sharing books that the Piscarilius smugglers would bring us, learning what the Saradominists don't want us to know.
      • Bologa: Anyway, my sister - she's a right cow, by the way - she fired me and kicked me out. Said I was bringing bad sorts to her bar.
      • Bologa: Bad sorts, she said! Like, morality is totally subjective, right? So who's she to call us bad sorts just 'cos we're not afraid to think differently?
      • Bologa: Anyway, I've learnt all this cool stuff about Zamorak, and being stuck in a fruit farm doesn't stop me being his loyal servant, right?
      • Bologa: In fact I've invented a Zamorakian blessing that works on fruit! You can use it to make Zamorak's wine out of grapes from the Vinery.
        • Can you help me to make Zamorak's wine?
          • Player: Can you help me to make Zamorak's wine?
          • Bologa: I'll let you have access to the Zamorakian blessing I invented, so you can invoke Zamorak's unholy power upon the grapes... if I think you're up to it.
          • Bologa: I'll want 75,000 coins too.
          • Player: And do you think I'm up to it?
            • If players have less than level 50 Prayer:
              • Bologa: Nah, I bet you couldn't even bless an unholy symbol - you're not going to get very far with my grape blessing.
              • You need a Prayer level of 50 to use Bologa's blessing.
              • (End of dialogue)
            • If players have at least level 50 Prayer while wearing other god items:
              • Bologa: Not likely - I can see from your kit that you're supporting other gods. Dress Zamorakian if you want to impress me. And I'll still want 75,000 coins.
              • (End of dialogue)
            • If players have at least level 50 Prayer without wearing a Zamorakian item:
              • Bologa: You don't look much like a Zamorakian to me. Dress Zamorakian if you want my help. And I'll still want 75,000 coins.
              • (End of dialogue)
            • If players have at least level 50 Prayer while wearing a Zamorakian item but do not have 75,000 coins:
              • Bologa: Yeah, I guess you'll do. But I want 75,000 coins. One day I'll need to buy my own house, y'know!
              • Player: Maybe another time.
              • (End of dialogue)
            • If players have at least level 50 Prayer while wearing a Zamorakian item and having 75,000 coins:
              • Bologa: Yeah, I guess you'll do. But I want 75,000 coins. One day I'll need to buy my own house, y'know!
              • Bologa: Here's how it works... I'll write the blessing on scrolls. You need to carry some of the scrolls when you're harvesting grapes.
              • Bologa: As each fruit is severed from its stem, it begins to die. That's the moment of vulnerability when Zamorak's unholy power can infest it.
              • Bologa: The power consumes the scroll on which the blessing is written, so you'll need one for each grape. I suggest you take a stack of blessings with you.
              • Bologa: By the way, Lord Zamorak's chaotic power is quite volatile. You'll likely get a smaller harvest from your vine if you're using these blessings.
              • Bologa: I'll give the scrolls to Granddad downstairs. You can get them off him as a reward if you work on his farm. Hey, it's a dump, but he's family. So, do you accept?
                • Pay 75,000 coins to access Bologa's blessings.
                  • You pay Bologa 75,000 coins. You can now claim her blessings from Farmer Gricoller as a reward for working on his farm.
                  • (End of dialogue)
                • Decline.
                  • Player: Actually, no thanks.
                  • Bologa: Meh.
                  • (End of dialogue)
        • I'll leave you to it.
          • Player: I'll leave you to it.
          • (End of dialogue)
    • Never mind.
      • Player: Never mind.
      • (End of dialogue)

Talking again before being able to purchase Bologa's blessings[edit | edit source]

  • Bologa: Hello again.
    • You said you can make Zamorak's wine from grapes.
      • Player: You said you can make Zamorak's wine from grapes.
      • Bologa: Yeah, I've invented a blessing that invokes Zamorak's unholy power upon the grapes, so Zamorak's wine can be made from them.
      • Bologa: But I won't let you use it unless I think you're up to it. Also, I want 75,000 coins.
      • Player: And do you think I'm up to it?
      • (Same as above)
    • Tell me about yourself again.
      • Player: Tell me about yourself again.
      • Bologa: It's really nice of you to take an interest...
      • (Same as above)
    • Never mind.
      • Player: Never mind.
      • (End of dialogue)

Talking again after being able to purchase Bologa's blessings[edit | edit source]

  • Bologa: Hello again, [player name].
    • How do those blessings work again?
      • Player: How do those blessings work again?
      • Bologa: My blessing is written on scrolls. You need to carry some of the scrolls when you're harvesting grapes.
      • Bologa: As each fruit is severed from its stem, it begins to die. That's the moment of vulnerability when Zamorak's unholy power can infest it.
      • Bologa: The power consumes the scroll on which the blessing is written, so you'll need one for each grape. I suggest you take a stack of blessings with you.
      • Bologa: By the way, Lord Zamorak's chaotic power is quite volatile. You'll likely get a smaller harvest from your vine if you're using these blessings.
      • Bologa: I've given the scrolls to Granddad downstairs. You can get them off him as a reward for working on his farm. The place may be a dump, but he's family.
      • Player: Thanks.
      • (End of dialogue)
    • Tell me the story about yourself again.
      • Player: Tell me the story about yourself again.
      • Bologa: Yeah, okay. It's nice of you to ask...
      • Bologa: I am Bologa Gricoller, seeker of forbidden wisdom, wanderer of the dark pathways, thinker of the unthinkable. I can do bartending too.
      • Bologa: I used to work at The Golden Field. That's my sister's bar. It's mostly farmhands drinking there, but you get some interesting people as well.
      • Bologa: See, most Hosidius people are Saradominists. My sister, she's always listening to Father Jean at the church with his goodie-goodie sermons.
      • Bologa: But some of us in the bar thought we'd give Zamorak a try. Like, you gotta be open-minded, right? What did Saradomin ever do for us anyway?
      • Bologa: So we'd meet in the bar, sharing books that the Piscarilius smugglers would bring us, learning what the Saradominists don't want us to know.
      • Bologa: Anyway, my sister - she's a right cow, by the way - she fired me and kicked me out. Said I was bringing bad sorts to her bar.
      • Bologa: Bad sorts, she said! Like, morality is totally subjective, right? So who's she to call us bad sorts just 'cos we're not afraid to think differently?
      • Bologa: Anyway, I've learnt all this cool stuff about Zamorak, and being stuck in a fruit farm doesn't stop me being his loyal servant, right?
      • Bologa: So that's how I came to invent that Zamorakian blessing for making Zamorak's wine out of grapes from the Vinery.
        • How do those blessings work again?
          • (Same as above)
        • I'll leave you to it.
          • Player: I'll leave you to it.
          • (End of dialogue)
    • Never mind.
      • Player: Never mind.
      • (End of dialogue)