Dialogue for Eblis

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Standard dialogue[edit | edit source]

  • Player: Hello again.
  • Eblis: Greetings. I await the return of my Lord Azzanadra and of our god. I do not know why, but I feel this spot has some
  • Eblis: significance...
    • Have you got any symbols of your god?
      • Player: Have you got any symbols of your god?
      • Eblis gives you a little signet. Its shape matches the icon you saw on the altar in the pyramid.
      • Player receives an ancient signet.
    • I'll leave you to it.
      • Player: I'll leave you to it.
      • (End of dialogue)

Once, after completing the Desert Treasure quest[edit | edit source]

  • Eblis: So have you spoken to my Lord Azzanadra yet?
  • Player: Yes I have.
  • Eblis: And what words did he have for his followers?
  • Player: Er.... He didn't really mention you at all, but he did teach me some cool new magic spells.
  • Eblis: It is understandable perhaps... His poor mind must be addled after all of those years of confinement, he would not willingly ignore his followers...
  • Eblis: Anyway, if he has taught you our ancient magics, you may be interested in purchasing an ancient heirloom that was passed down to me. My ancestor fought in the ancient battles using the
  • Eblis: magic of our god. This heirloom will help you with the speed of your spell- casting.
  • Eblis: Normally I could not bear to part with such a priceless relic, but for your help in freeing my Lord Azzanadra, I will be prepared to sell it to you for a mere 80,000 gold.
  • Eblis: Are you interested?
    • Yes please.
      • Player: Yes please.
      • Player receives an ancient staff for 80,000 coins.
      • Eblis: Take care of it, it is the only heirloom from those times I possess, although rumour has it many of our ancient warriors were buried with identical weapons so that they could continue to fight for my Lord in their deaths.
      • (End of dialogue)
    • No thanks.
      • Player: No thanks.
      • (End of dialogue)
    • Have you got any symbols of your god?
      • (Same as above)