Dialogue for Guardian mummy

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Standard dialogue[edit | edit source]

  • That sounds like fun, what do I do?
    • Player: That sounds like fun, what do I do?
    • Guardian mummy: You have five minutes to explore the treasure rooms and collect as many artefacts as you can.
    • Guardian mummy: The artefacts are in the urns, chests and sarcophagi found in each room.
    • Guardian mummy: There are eight treasure rooms, each subsequent room requires higher thieving skills to both enter the room and thieve from the urns and other containers.
    • Guardian mummy: The rewards also become more lucrative the further into the tomb you go.
    • Guardian mummy: You will also have to deactivate a trap in order to enter the main part of each room.
    • Guardian mummy: When you want to move onto the next room you need to find the correct door first.
    • Guardian mummy: There are four possible exits, you must open the door before finding out whether it is the exit or not.
    • Guardian mummy: Opening the doors require picking their locks. Having a lockpick will make this easier.
      • How do I leave the game?
        • Player: How do I leave the game?
        • Guardian mummy: If at any point you decide you need to leave just use a glowing door.
        • Guardian mummy: The game will end and you will be taken out of the pyramid.
          • How do I leave the game?
            • (Same as above)
          • What about the chests and sarcophagi?
            • Player: What about the chests and sarcophagi?
            • Guardian mummy: The artefacts are in the urns, chests and sarcophagi.
            • Guardian mummy: Urns contain snakes that guard them.
            • Guardian mummy: The sarcophagi take some strength to open. They take a while to open.
            • Guardian mummy: Of course, Mummies have been known to take a nap in the sarcophagi, so beware.
            • Guardian mummy: The golden chests generally contain better artefacts, but are also trapped with scarabs!
              • How do I leave the game?
                • (Same as above)
              • What about the chests and sarcophagi?
                • (Same as above)
              • Tell me more about these artefacts.
                • (Same as below)
              • I'm ready to give it a go now.
                • (Same as below)
          • Tell me more about these artefacts.
            • Player: Tell me more about these artefacts.
            • Guardian mummy: There are a number of different artefacts, of three main types. The least valuable are the pottery statuettes and scarabs, and the ivory combs.
            • Guardian mummy: Next are the stone scarabs, statuettes and seals, and finally the gold versions of those artefacts.
            • Guardian mummy: They are not old, but are well made.
            • Player: What do I do with artefacts once I've collected them?
            • Guardian mummy: That Simon Simpleton, I mean Templeton, will probably give you some money for them.
            • Guardian mummy: He couldn't spot a real artefact if it came up to him and bit him in the face.
            • Guardian mummy: He usually slinks about near the pyramid north-east of Sophanem. I expect he's trying to get some poor fools to steal things from that pyramid as well.
            • Guardian mummy: I expect he'll give you more gold for some than others.
              • How do I leave the game?
                • (Same as above)
              • What about the chests and sarcophagi?
                • (Same as above)
              • What's this I hear about a Golden Sceptre?
                • Player: What's this I've heard about a Golden Sceptre?
                • Guardian mummy: Where did you hear about that?
                • Player: I couldn't possibly say.
                • Guardian mummy: It's the only genuinely valuable artefact in this place.
                • Guardian mummy: It links all the great pyramids in the area, and can be used to travel between them.
                • Guardian mummy: It requires charging with offerings of fine craftsmanship, that's why we have so many spare artefacts lying around.
                • Guardian mummy: Anyway, I won't let you get your grubby little hands on the sceptre.
                  • (Shows previous-to-previous options)
              • I'm ready to give it a go now.
                • (Same as below)
          • I'm ready to give it a go now.
            • (Same as below)
      • How do I get the artefacts?
        • Player: How do I get the artefacts?
        • Guardian mummy: The artefacts are in the urns, chests and sarcophagi.
        • Guardian mummy: Urns contain snakes that guard them.
        • Guardian mummy: The sarcophagi take some strength to open. They take a while to open.
        • Guardian mummy: Of course, Mummies have been known to take a nap in the sarcophagi, so beware.
        • Guardian mummy: The golden chests generally contain better artefacts, but are also trapped with scarabs!
          • How do I leave the game?
            • (Same as above)
          • What about the chests and sarcophagi?
            • (Same as above)
          • Tell me more about these artefacts.
            • (Same as above)
          • I'm ready to give it a go now.
            • (Same as below)
      • What do I do with the artefacts I collect?
        • Player: What do I do with the artefacts I collect?
        • Guardian mummy: There are a number of different artefacts, of three main types. The least valuable are the pottery statuettes and scarabs, and the ivory combs.
        • Guardian mummy: Next are the stone scarabs, statuettes and seals, and finally the gold versions of those artefacts.
        • Guardian mummy: They are not old, but are well made.
        • Player: What do I do with artefacts once I've collected them?
        • Guardian mummy: That Simon Simpleton, I mean Templeton, will probably give you some money for them.
        • Guardian mummy: He couldn't spot a real artefact if it came up to him and bit him in the face.
        • Guardian mummy: He usually slinks about near the pyramid north-east of Sophanem. I expect he's trying to get some poor fools to steal things from that pyramid as well.
        • Guardian mummy: I expect he'll give you more gold for some than others.
          • How do I leave the game?
            • (Same as above)
          • What about the chests and sarcophagi?
            • (Same as above)
          • Tell me more about these artefacts.
            • (Same as above)
          • I'm ready to give it a go now.
            • (Same as below)
      • I'm ready to give it a go now.
        • Player is put in the Pyramid Plunder minigame.
        • (End of dialogue)
  • Not right now.
    • Player: Not right now.
    • Guardian mummy: Well, get out of here then.
    • (End of dialogue)
  • I know what I'm doing - let's get on with it.
    • Player: I know what I'm doing - let's get on with it.
    • Guardian mummy: Fine, I'll take you to the first room now...
    • Player is put in the Pyramid Plunder minigame
    • (End of dialogue)
  • I want to charge or remove charges from my sceptre.
    • If the player doesn't have a Pharaoh's sceptre:
      • Guardian mummy: You don't have any sceptres.
      • (End of dialogue)
    • If the player has a charged Pharaoh's sceptre:
      • Player: Can you remove charges from my sceptre?
      • Player ends up with an empty Pharaoh's sceptre.
      • Guardian mummy: It is done.
      • (End of dialogue)
    • If the player has an empty Pharaoh's sceptre:
      • Player: This sceptre seems to have run out of charges.
      • Guardian mummy: You shouldn't have that thing in the first place, thief!
      • Player: If I gave you back some of the artefacts I've taken from the tomb, would you recharge the sceptre for me.
      • Guardian mummy: *sigh* Oh alright. But only if the sceptre is fully empty, I'm not wasting the King's magic...
        • Gold artefacts?
          • If the player does not have at least 6 (noted) gold artefacts:
            • Guardian mummy: You need to have 6 gold artefacts to recharge your sceptre.
            • (End of dialogue)
          • If the player has at least 6 (noted) gold artefacts:
            • You recharge your sceptre with gold artefacts.
            • (End of dialogue)
        • Stone artefacts?
          • If the player does not have at least 12 (noted) stone artefacts:
            • Guardian mummy: You need to have 12 stone artefacts to recharge your sceptre.
            • (End of dialogue)
          • If the player has at least 12 (noted) stone artefacts:
            • <missing>
        • Pottery and Ivory artefacts?
          • If the player does not have at least 24 (noted) pottery or ivory artefacts:
            • Guardian mummy: You need to have 24 pottery or ivory artefacts to recharge your sceptre.
            • (End of dialogue)
          • If the player has at least 24 (noted) pottery or ivory artefacts:
            • <missing>
        • Actually, I'm more interested in plundering the tombs.
          • Player is put in the Pyramid Plunder minigame
          • (End of dialogue)

Treasure Trails[edit | edit source]

Hard[edit | edit source]

  • Player receives a puzzle box.
  • Guardian mummy: You're not done yet! Do this for me!
  • The guardian mummy has given you a puzzle box!
  • (End of dialogue)

If talked to without having solved the puzzle box:

  • Guardian mummy: Scarabs can do puzzles better than that!
  • (End of dialogue)

If talked to having solved the puzzle box:

  • Guardian mummy: Excellent work!
  • Player receives [another clue scroll/a casket].
  • [The guardian mummy has given you another clue scroll!/You've obtained a casket!]
  • (End of dialogue)