Dialogue for Mysterious Stranger (Hallowed Sepulchre)

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Standard dialogue[edit | edit source]

Initial dialogue[edit | edit source]

  • Mysterious Stranger: Welcome adventurer, to the Hallowed Sepulchre. Are you here to claim some of the treasure within? It seems like the kind of activity one like you would appreciate.
  • Player: Treasure? What treasure? And what do you mean by 'one like me'?
  • If the player is not wearing a full set of vyre noble clothing:
    • Mysterious Stranger: I mean you're not one of the inhabitants of this city. We could use someone of your talents.
  • If the player is wearing a full set of vyre noble clothing:
    • Mysterious Stranger: I mean you're not one of the inhabitants of this city... although you do smell and look like one. We could use someone of your talents.
  • Player: Oh? I can't say I'm not interested. What do you propose?
  • Mysterious Stranger: This place was built long before the city of Darkmeyer existed, back when this land was known as Hallowvale.
  • Mysterious Stranger: The Sepulchre was used as a resting place for Hallowvale's loyal followers of Saradomin.
  • Mysterious Stranger: Before they were driven out by the vampyres, the Saradominists used their magic to safeguard this place.
  • Player: Safeguard how?
  • Mysterious Stranger: The dead here were buried with the wealth they had in life. To protect these riches, the Saradominists enchanted the statues within the Sepulchre to create various defences.
  • Mysterious Stranger: Many have tried and failed to obtain the prizes buried here.
  • Player: Okay... So I presume you want me to get some of this treasure for you? How should I go about doing it?
  • Mysterious Stranger: We don't care for a lot of what is kept here. We are only interested in the old currency of this land.
  • The mysterious stranger pulls a coin out of his pocket and shows it to you.
  • Mysterious Stranger: If you find any of these Hallowed marks, I'd be willing to take them off your hands. In exchange, I can provide tools that can help you within the Hallowed Sepulchre.
  • Mysterious Stranger: You can keep whatever else you find for yourself.
  • Mysterious Stranger: You should know, only the most agile of adventurers will have success down there. You'll need to use your reflexes to overcome the traps within.
  • Mysterious Stranger: The Sepulchre has five floors in total, each more dangerous than the last. I hope you prove competent enough to make it all the way down.
  • Player: Do you have any information about what kind of traps I can expect?
  • Mysterious Stranger: The statues have been enchanted to shoot fire, lightning and arrows. Some also throw swords. There are also tiles that when stepped on, will teleport you somewhere else.
  • Player: Sounds like the perfect challenge for me! Is there anything else I should know?
  • Mysterious Stranger: Yes... It seems that there is another safeguard which prevents anyone from spending too long within the Sepulchre.
  • Mysterious Stranger: You'll only have so much time before the magic within seals both the coffins and the stairs leading to the next floor.
  • Player: Hang on a second... If the doors to the next floor close, then how will I escape?
  • Mysterious Stranger: The priests who built this place had a teleportation system. The magical obelisks they used can be found at the end of each floor. These obelisks can be used to transport you back here.
  • Mysterious Stranger: However, we have found that the obelisks only respond to those they perceive to be followers of Saradomin. I'd strongly advise against wearing items of any other god.
  • Player: I see, but what if I'm in the middle of a floor and can't make it to an obelisk?
  • Mysterious Stranger: I see you are cautious adventurer. That is wise. You can use any teleport spell to escape from the Hallowed Sepulchre. However, you may also find these of use.
  • Mysterious Stranger: These teleport crystals were enchanted using the magic of the obelisks. They can be used to teleport to this lobby. I can sell you more when you run out.
  • Player: Thanks! I'll make sure to put them to good use.
  • Player: Thanks for the information. I'll keep an eye out for some of those Hallowed marks.
  • Mysterious Stranger: That would be... appreciated.
    • Tell me about yourself.
      • Player: Tell me about yourself.
      • Mysterious Stranger: Like you, I am not from here. I represent a group who are very interested in the Hallowed marks found within the Hallowed Sepulchre.
      • Mysterious Stranger: That is all you need to know.
      • Player: All right then, keep your secrets.
        • (Shows other options)
    • I'd like to trade in some Hallowed marks.
      • Player: I'd like to trade in some Hallowed marks.
      • Mysterious Stranger: Of course.
      • (Mysterious Hallowed Goods interface opens.)
    • Do you have any of my items?
      • Player: Do you have any of my items?
        • If the Mysterious Stranger does not have any of your items:
          • Mysterious Stranger: I do not. If I did have any of your items, but you died before collecting them, they'll now be lost.
            • (Shows other options)
    • I'd better get going.
      • Player: I'd better get going.
      • (End of dialogue)

Subsequent dialogue[edit | edit source]

  • Mysterious Stranger: I see you're still alive adventurer. Do you have any Hallowed marks for me?
    • Tell me more about this place.
      • Player: Tell me more about this place.
      • Mysterious Stranger: This place was built long before the city of Darkmeyer existed, back when this land was known as Hallowvale.
      • Mysterious Stranger: The Sepulchre was used as a resting place for Hallowvale's loyal followers of Saradomin.
      • Mysterious Stranger: Before they were driven out by the vampyres, the Saradominists used their magic to safeguard this place.
      • Player: Safeguard how?
      • Mysterious Stranger: The dead here were buried with the wealth they had in life. To protect these riches, the Saradominists enchanted the statues within the Sepulchre to create various defences.
      • Mysterious Stranger: Many have tried and failed to obtain the prizes buried here.
      • Player: Okay... So I presume you want me to get some of this treasure for you? How should I go about doing it?
      • Mysterious Stranger: We don't care for a lot of what is kept here. We are only interested in the old currency of this land.
      • The mysterious stranger pulls a coin out of his pocket and shows it to you.
      • Mysterious Stranger: If you find any of these Hallowed marks, I'd be willing to take them off your hands. In exchange, I can provide tools that can help you within the Hallowed Sepulchre.
      • Mysterious Stranger: You can keep whatever else you find for yourself.
      • Mysterious Stranger: You should know, only the most agile of adventurers will have success down there. You'll need to use your reflexes to overcome the traps within.
      • Mysterious Stranger: The Sepulchre has five floors in total, each more dangerous than the last. I hope you prove competent enough to make it all the way down.
      • Player: Do you have any information about what kind of traps I can expect?
      • Mysterious Stranger: The statues have been enchanted to shoot fire, lightning and arrows. Some also throw swords. There are also tiles that when stepped on, will teleport you somewhere else.
      • Player: Sounds like the perfect challenge for me! Is there anything else I should know?
      • Mysterious Stranger: Yes... It seems that there is another safeguard which prevents anyone from spending too long within the Sepulchre.
      • Mysterious Stranger: You'll only have so much time before the magic within seals both the coffins and the stairs leading to the next floor.
      • Mysterious Stranger: Is there anything else you need?
      • (Shows other options)
    • Tell me about yourself.
      • (Same as above)
    • I'd like to trade in some Hallowed marks.
      • (Same as above)
    • Do you have any of my items?
      • (Same as above)
    • Sorry, I need to go.
      • Player: Sorry, I need to go.
      • (End of dialogue)