Dialogue for Dunstan

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Standard dialogue[edit | edit source]

  • Talk about a quest.
    • Dunstan: Well, if it isn't our very own sledder! What can I do for you today?
      • Can I have another law talisman?
        • Player: Can I have another law talisman?
        • Dunstan: Well, I've got one here you can have for 1,000 coins if you'd like it?
          • Yes, I'll take it.
            • Player: Yes, I'll take it.
            • You hand over the coins... and receive a law talisman.
            • Player receives a law talisman for 1,000 coins.
            • Player: Thanks.
            • (End of dialogue)
          • No thanks...
            • Player: No thanks...
            • (End of dialogue)
      • Can you put some spikes on my Climbing boots?
        • Player: Can you put some spikes on my Climbing boots?
        • Dunstan: For you, no problem.
        • Dunstan: Do you realise that you can only use the Climbing boots right now? The Spiked boots can only be used in the Icelands but no ones[sic] been able to get there for years!
        • Yes, but I still want them.
          • Player: Yes, but I still want them.
          • If the player doesn't have an iron bar in their inventory:
            • Dunstan: Sorry, I'll need an Iron[sic] bar to make the spikes.
            • Dunstan: Anything else before I get on with my work?
              • (Shows previous-to-previous options)
        • Oh OK, I'll leave them thanks.
          • Player: Oh OK, I'll leave them thanks.
          • Dunstan: Anything else before I get on with my work?
            • (Shows previous-to-previous options)
      • Can you make me another sled?
        • Player: Can you make me another sled?
        • Dunstan: Yeah sure, have you got the maple or yew logs, an iron bar and some rope?
        • If the player doesn't have all of the required items in their inventory:
          • Player: No, I haven't got everything yet.
          • Dunstan: Well, unfortunately I can't make the sled without all the materials.
          • (End of dialogue)
      • What do I need for the sled wax again?
        • Player: What do I need for the sled wax again?
        • Dunstan: You will need some wax and some swamp tar.
          • Where can I get wax from?
            • Player: Where can I get wax from?
            • Dunstan: I don't know. I'm a smith! But maybe you should look for some bees.
              • (Shows other options)
          • Where can I get swamp tar from?
            • Player: Where can I get swamp tar from?
            • Dunstan: The swamp of course! It's south of Lumbridge.
              • (Shows other options)
          • What else do I need?
            • Player: What else do I need?
            • Dunstan: You will also need a cake tin to store the wax in.
              • (Shows other options)
          • If the player has already chosen one of the above options:
            • See you!
              • Player: See you!
              • Dunstan: Thank you, come again.
              • (End of dialogue)
      • Nothing, thanks.
        • Player: Nothing, thanks.
        • (End of dialogue)
  • Talk about something else.
    • Can I have another law talisman?
      • (Same as above)
    • Can you put some spikes on my Climbing boots?
      • (Same as above)
    • How is your son getting on?
      • Player: How is your son getting on?
      • Dunstan: He is getting on fine! He has just started his basic training and has already been promoted to corporal! I'm really proud of him!
      • Player: I'm happy for you!
      • Dunstan: Anything else before I get on with my work?
        • (Shows previous options)
    • Is it OK if I use your anvil?
      • Player: Is it OK if I use your anvil?
      • Dunstan: So you're a smithy are you?
      • Player: I dabble.
      • Dunstan: A fellow smith is welcome to use my anvil!
      • Player: Thanks!
      • Dunstan: Anything else before I get on with my work?
        • (Shows previous options)
    • Nothing, thanks.
      • Player: Nothing, thanks.
      • (End of dialogue)