Dialogue for Disciple of Yama

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Standard dialogue[edit | edit source]

By the entrance of the Chasm of Fire[edit | edit source]

  • Player: Hello!
  • Disciple of Yama: Welcome. Have you come to give your soul to the Chasm?
  • Player: Uh, I believe I'm still using it.
  • Disciple of Yama: For now. Have you come to prove yourself in combat against the many demons within the Chasm?
  • Player: ...Perhaps.
  • Disciple of Yama: My master wishes you not to kill his minions without an agenda. You may only slay within the Chasm that which you have been assigned by a Slayer Master.
  • Player: That's an oddly specific reason.
  • Disciple of Yama: I ask no questions of my master, I just inform.
  • (End of dialogue)

Inside the Chasm of Fire[edit | edit source]

  • Player: Are you okay?
  • Disciple of Yama: Oh yes! Just praying to my new master. It's hot down here, isn't it?
  • Player: I guess so.
    • Your new master, that would be...?
      • Player: Your new master, that would be...?
      • Disciple of Yama: Yama! I sold my soul you see, well, I guess that Ox-headed guy down there forcibly removed it.
      • Player: That doesn't sound like a fair trade...
      • Disciple of Yama: Oh, don't worry, I'm perfectly fine with the outsome. Sure, the loss of vision is a shame but it could be worse.
      • Player: Could it?
      • Disciple of Yama: Underground there are no tall buildings, I'm awfully afraid of heights, you see.
      • Player: Perhaps it's a good thing you can't see...
      • Disciple of Yama: What was that?
      • Player: Oh, nothing...
      • (Shows other options)
    • What happened to your eyes?
      • Player: What happened to your eyes?
      • Disciple of Yama: The ritual, there were some... adverse effects...
      • Player: The ritual?
      • Disciple of Yama: Oh yes! Pretty basic really, head of an Ox, bruma roots, lots of fire and of course the human sacrifice.
      • Player: And at what point did that blind you?
      • Disciple of Yama: The voice demanded that we stare into the fire until we saw enlightenment.
      • Player: I guess the fire was pretty bright.
      • Disciple of Yama: Blindingly so.
      • Player: Wait! Did you say human sacrifice?
      • Disciple of Yama: Why, of course! We're Zamorakians, we're evil...
      • Player: Yeah, I guess that's true.
      • (Shows other options)
    • Well, I'll leave you to it.
      • Player: Well, I'll leave you to it.
      • Disciple of Yama: So soon?
      • Player: Yep, the demons won't slay themselves.
      • Disciple of Yama: What demons?
      • (End of dialogue)

When attempting to kill monsters that aren't part of a player's slayer task[edit | edit source]

  • The Disciple: My master wishes you not to kill his minions without an agenda. You may only slay within the Chasm that which you have been assigned by a Slayer Master.
  • (End of dialogue)