Transcript of Romeo & Juliet

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This transcript involves dialogue with Romeo, Juliet, Phillipa, Draul Leptoc, Father Lawrence, Apothecary, and the player.

Starting out[edit | edit source]

Talking to Romeo[edit | edit source]

Romeo will begin with a random dialogue before continuing as normal

  • Dialogue 1
    • Romeo: Blub! Blub...where is my Juliet? Have you seen her?
      • (Continues below)
  • Dialogue 2
    • Romeo: Looking for a blonde girl, goes by the name of Juliet..quite pretty...haven't seen her have you?
      • (Continues below)
  • Dialogue 3
    • Romeo: Juliet, Juliet, wherefore art thou Juliet? Have you seen my Juliet?
      • (Continues below)
  • Dialogue 4
    • Romeo: Oh woe is me that I cannot find my Juliet! You haven't seen Juliet have you?
      • (Continues below)
  • Dialogue 5
    • Romeo: Sadness surrounds me now that Juliet's father forbids us to meet. Have you seen my Juliet?
      • (Continues below)
  • Dialogue 6
    • Romeo: What is to become of me and my darling Juliet, I cannot find her anywhere, have you seen her?
      • Yes, I have seen her actually!
        • Player: Yes, I have seen her actually!
        • Player: At least, I think it was her... Blonde? A bit stressed?
        • Romeo: Golly...yes, yes...you make her sound very interesting!
        • Romeo: And I'll bet she's a bit of a fox!
        • Player: Well, I guess she could be considered attractive...
        • Romeo: I'll bet she is! Wooooooooo!
        • Romeo: Sorry, all that jubilation has made me forget what we were talking about.
        • Player: You were asking me about Juliet? You seemed to know her?
        • Romeo: Oh yes, Juliet!
        • Romeo: The fox...could you tell her that she is the love of my long and that I life to be with her?
        • Player: What? Surely you mean that she is the love of your life and that you long to be with her?
        • Romeo: Oh yeah...what you said...tell her that, it sounds much better! Oh you're so good at this!
          • Yes, ok, I'll let her know.
            • (Same as below)
          • Sorry Romeo, I've got better things to do right now but maybe later?
            • (Same as below)
      • No sorry, I haven't seen her.
        • Player: No sorry, I haven't seen her.
        • Romeo: Oh...well, that's a shame...I was rather hoping you had.
        • Player: Why? Is she a fugitive? Does she owe you some money or something?
        • Romeo: Hmmm, she might do? Perhaps she does? How do you know?
        • Player: I don't know? I was asking 'YOU' how 'YOU' know Juliet!
        • Romeo: Ahh, yes Juliet, she's my one true love. Well, one of my one true loves! If you see her, could you tell her that she is the love of my long and that I life to be with her?
        • Player: What? Surely you mean that 'she is the love of your life and that you long to be with her?'
        • Romeo: Oh yeah...what you said...tell her that, it sounds much better! Oh you're so good at this!
          • Yes, ok, I'll let her know.
            • (Same as below)
          • Sorry Romeo, I've got better things to do right now but maybe later?
            • (Same as below)
      • Perhaps I could help to find her for you?
        • Player: Perhaps I can help find her for you? What does she look like?
        • Romeo: Oh would you? That would be great! She has this sort of hair...
        • Player: Hair...check..
        • Romeo: ...and she these...great lips...
        • Player: Lips...right.
        • Romeo: Oh and she has these lovely shoulders as well..
        • Player: Shoulders...right, so she has hair, lips and shoulders...that should cut it down a bit.
        • Romeo: Oh yes, Juliet is very different...please tell her that she is the love of my long and that I life to be with her?
        • Player: What? Surely you mean that 'she is the love of your life and that you long to be with her?'
        • Romeo: Oh yeah...what you said...tell her that, it sounds much better! Oh you're so good at this!
          • Yes, ok, I'll let her know.
            • Player: Yes, ok, I'll let her know.
            • Romeo: Oh great! And tell her that I want to kiss her a give.
            • Player: You mean you want to give her a kiss!
            • Romeo: Oh you're good...you are good!
            • Romeo: I see I've picked a true professional...!
            • Where can I find Juliet?
              • Player: Where can I find Juliet?
              • Romeo: Why do you ask?
              • Player: So that I can try and find her for you!
              • Romeo: Ah yes....quite right. Hmmm, let me think now.
              • Romeo: She may still be locked away at her Father's house on the sest vide of Warrock.
              • Romeo: Oh, I remember how she loved it when I would sing up to her balcony! She would reward me with her own personal items...
              • Player: What, she just gave you her stuff?
              • Romeo: Well, not exactly give...more like 'throw with considerable force'...she's always a kidder that Juliet!
              • (Shows previous options)
            • Is there anything else you can tell me about Juliet?
              • Player: Is there anything else you can tell me about Juliet?
              • Romeo: Oh, there is so much to tell...she is my true love, we intend to spend together forever...I can tell you so much about her..
              • Player: Great!
              • Romeo: Ermmm.....
              • Romeo: So much can I tell you...
              • Player: Yes..
              • Romeo: So much to tell...why, where do I start!
              • Player: Yes..yes! Please go on...don't let me interrupt...
              • Romeo: Ermmm.....
              • Romeo: ...
              • Player: You can't remember can you?
              • Romeo: Not a thing sorry....
              • (Shows previous options)
            • Ok, thanks.
              • Player: Ok, thanks.
              • (End of dialogue)
          • Sorry Romeo, I've got better things to do right now but maybe later?
            • Player: Sorry Romeo, I've got better things to do right now but maybe later?
            • Romeo: Oh, ok, well, I guess my Juliet and I can spend some time apart. And as the old saying goes, 'Absinthe makes the heart glow longer'.
            • Player: Don't you mean that, 'Absence makes the...
            • Player: Actually forget it...
            • Romeo: Ok!
            • (End of dialogue)

Talking to Romeo again[edit | edit source]

  • Player: Hello again, remember me?
  • Romeo: Of course, yes....how are.. you....ermmm...
  • Player: You haven't got a clue who I am do you?
  • Romeo: Not a clue my friend, but you seem to have a friendly face...a little blood stained, and perhaps in need of a wash, but friendly none the less.
  • Player: You asked me to look for Juliet for you!
  • Romeo: Ah yes, Juliet...my sweet darling...what news?
  • Player: Nothing so far, but I need to ask a few questions?
    • Where can I find Juliet?
      • (Same as above)
    • Is there anything else you can tell me about Juliet?
      • (Same as above)
    • Ok, thanks.
      • (Same as above)

Talking to Juliet[edit | edit source]

  • If player has not started the Romeo & Juliet quest by talking to Romeo:
    • Juliet: Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou Romeo? Bold adventurer, have you seen Romeo on your travels? Skinny guy, a bit wishy washy, head full of poetry.
      • Yes I've met him.
        • Player: Yes I've met him. He seemed a bit depressed.
        • Juliet: Yes, that sounds like Romeo. I'd be very grateful if you could deliver a message to him?
          • Certainly, I'll do so straight away.
            • Player: Certainly, I'll do so straight away.
            • Juliet: Many thanks! Oh, I'm so very grateful. You may be our only hope.
            • Player receives Message (Romeo & Juliet).
            • (End of dialogue)
          • No, he was a little too weird for me.
            • Player: No, he was a little too weird for me.
            • Juliet: Oh dear, that will be the ruin of our love. Well, I will just stay here and worry. You unromantic soul.
            • (End of dialogue)
      • No, I think I'd have remembered if I'd met him.
        • Player: No, I think I'd have remembered if I'd met him.
        • Juliet: Oh, well that's a shame, I was hoping that you might deliver a message to him for me.
        • Player: Sorry, but I don't even know what he looks like or where he is?
        • Juliet: Oh, he's so lovely...in his own soppy and confused way. You should spot him easily! He's usually fending off the advances of the Varrockian market women. Are you sure I couldn't persuade you to deliver my itsy bitsty
        • Juliet: widdle message to my Romeo?
          • Certainly, I will do so straight away.
            • Player: Certainly, I'll do so straight away.
            • Juliet: Many thanks! Oh, I'm so very grateful. You may be our only hope.
            • Player receives Message (Romeo & Juliet).
            • (End of dialogue)
          • No, sorry, I have better things to do.
            • Player: No, sorry, I have better things to do.
            • Juliet: Then, I will not keep you from them. Goodbye.
            • (End of dialogue)
      • I guess I could look for him for you.
        • Player: I guess I could look for him for you.
        • Juliet: Oh, that would be so wonderful of you! I'd be most grateful if you could please deliver a message to him?
        • Player: Certainly, I'll do so straight away.
        • Juliet: Many thanks! Oh, I'm so very grateful. You may be our only hope.
        • Player receives Message (Romeo & Juliet).
        • (End of dialogue)
      • I think you could do better than Romeo!
        • Player: I think you could do better than Romeo!
        • Juliet: He has his good points, he's not obsessed with fighting, magic and ranging at least.
        • (End of dialogue)

Finding Juliet[edit | edit source]

Talking to Juliet[edit | edit source]

  • If the player started Romeo & Juliet by talking to Romeo:
    • Player: Juliet, I come from Romeo. He begs me to tell you that he cares still.
    • Juliet: Oh how my heart soars to hear this news! Please take this message to him with great haste.
    • Player: Well, I hope it's good news...he was quite upset when I left him.
    • Juliet: He's quite often upset...the poor sensitive soul. But I don't think he's going to take this news very well, however, all is not lost.
    • Juliet: Everything is explained in the letter, would you be so kind and deliver it to him please?
    • Player: Certainly, I'll do so straight away.
    • Juliet: Many thanks! Oh, I'm so very grateful. You may be our only hope.
    • Player recives Juliet's message.

Talking to Draul Leptoc[edit | edit source]

  • Draul Leptoc: What are you doing here? Snooping around...
    • I've come to see Juliet on Romeo's behalf.
      • Player: I've come to see Juliet on Romeo's behalf.
      • Draul Leptoc: What...what...Romeo! Why that good for nothing swine...he's always trying to get the affections of my daughter..that soppy, half brained nincompoop won't ever have the heart of my daughter.
      • Draul Leptoc: She deserves someone of character, wit and repose.
      • Player: What's so wrong about Romeo?
      • Draul Leptoc: Wrong! What's wrong with him...have you actually talked to him? He's nothing but a dim witted upperclass twit, totally useless.
      • Draul Leptoc: If he threw a stone at the ground, he'd probably miss! He's totally invisible when it's raining because he's so wet!
      • Draul Leptoc: If you started with what's right with him, you'd have much less to consider!
      • Player: Well, I admit, he's probably not the sharpest knife in the cutlery draw...
      • Draul Leptoc: Sharp? I've seen keener wit in root vegetables. Anyway, stop changing the subject. Get out of here and don't think you can sneak up those stairs to see Juliet, because I'll catch you and then you'll be for it!
      • Player: That seems a bit harsh....
      • Draul Leptoc: Harsh but fair I think you'll find...now get OUT!
      • (End of dialogue)
    • I've just come to have a chat with Juliet.
      • Player: I've just come to have a chat with Juliet.
      • Draul Leptoc: What on earth about? I hope you're not in cahoots with that good for nothing Romeo!
      • Player: Err..no of course not....why would I be?
      • Draul Leptoc: He's been trying to wooo my daughter for an age. Up until now she's had the good sense to just ignore him. I just don't know what's gotten into her recently so that she would give him the time of day.
      • Player: Well, love is mysterious! Perhaps one day someone may even learn to love you!
      • Draul Leptoc: What! Someone may fall in love with me...what are you trying to insinuate?
      • Player: Err...Nothing....I guess I'd better be going now...
      • (End of dialogue)
    • Oh...just looking around...
      • Player: Oh...just looking around...
      • Draul Leptoc: Just looking around! This is MY house! You might have at least 'ASKED' to view my considerably well appointed abode...but no, you've just burst in with all the elegance of a Troll at a tea party.
      • Player: I can see that you're busy ranting so I'll just nip off and investigate a bit.
      • (End of dialogue)
    • Ok, thanks.
      • Player: Ok, thanks.
      • (End of dialogue)

Talking to Phillipa[edit | edit source]

  • Player: Hello
  • Phillipa: Hi, I'm Phillipa! Juliet's cousin? I like to keep an eye on her, make sure that dashing young Romeo doesn't just steal away from here under our plain old noses!
  • Phillipa: He'd do it you know... he's ever so dashing, and cavalier, in a wet blanket sort of way.
  • (End of dialogue)

Delivering the message[edit | edit source]

Talking to Romeo[edit | edit source]

  • If the player does not have Juliet's message in their inventory:
    • Player: Romeo...great news...I've been in touch with Juliet!
    • Romeo: Oh great! That is great news! Well done...well done... what a total success!
    • Player: Yes, and she gave me a message to give you...
    • Romeo: Ohhh great! A message....wow!
    • Player: Yes!
    • Romeo: A message...oh, I can't wait to read what my dear Juliet has to say....
    • Player: I know...it's exciting isn't it...?
    • Romeo: Yes...yes...
    • Romeo: ...
    • Romeo: You've lost the message haven't you?
    • Player: Yep, haven't got a clue where it is.
    • (End of dialogue)
  • If the player has Juliet's message in their inventory:
    • Player: Romeo...great news...I've been in touch with Juliet! She's written a message for you...
    • You hand over Juliet's message to Romeo.
    • Romeo: Oh, a message! A message! I've never had a message before...
    • Player: Really?
    • Romeo: No, no, not one!
    • Romeo: Oh, well, except for the occasional court summons.
    • Romeo: But they're not really 'nice' messages. Not like this one! I'm sure that this message will be lovely.
    • Player: Well are you going to open it or not?
    • Romeo: Oh yes, yes, of course! 'Dearest Romeo, I am very pleased that you sent [player name] to look for me and to tell me that you still hold affliction...', Affliction! She thinks I'm diseased?
    • Player: 'Affection?'
    • Romeo: Ahh yes...'still hold affection for me. I still feel great affection for you, but unfortunately my Father opposes our marriage.'
    • Player: Oh dear...that doesn't sound too good.
    • Romeo: What? '...great affection for you. Father opposes our..
    • Romeo: '...marriage and will...
    • Romeo: ...will kill you if he sees you again!'
    • Player: I have to be honest, it's not getting any better...
    • Romeo: 'Our only hope is that Father Lawrence, our long time confidant, can help us in some way.'
    • Romeo: Well, that's it then...we haven't got a chance...
    • Player: What about Father Lawrence?
    • Romeo: ...our love is over...the great romance, the life of my love...
    • Player: ...or you could speak to Father Lawrence!
    • Romeo: Oh, my aching, breaking, heart...how useless the situation is now...we have no one to turn to...
    • Player: FATHER LAWRENCE!
    • Romeo: Father Lawrence?
    • Romeo: Oh yes, Father Lawrence...he's our long time confidant, he might have a solution! Yes, yes, you have to go and talk to Lather Fawrence for us and ask him if he's got any suggestions for our predicament?
    • Player: Where can I find Father Lawrence?
    • Romeo: Lather Fawrence! Oh he's...
    • Romeo: You know he's not my 'real' Father don't you?
    • Player: I think I suspected that he wasn't.
    • Romeo: Well anyway...he tells these song, loring bermons...and keeps these here Carrockian vitizens snoring in his church to the East North.
      • How are you?
        • Player: How are you?
        • Romeo: Not so good my friend...I miss Judi..., Junie..., Joopie...
        • Player: Juliet?
        • Romeo: Juliet! I miss Juliet, terribly!
        • Player: Hmmm, so I see!
        • (Shows previous options)
      • Where can I find Father Lawrence?
        • Player: Where can I find Father Lawrence?
        • Romeo: Lather Fawrence! Oh he's...
        • Romeo: You know he's not my 'real' Father don't you?
        • Player: I think I suspected that he wasn't.
        • Romeo: Well anyway...he tells these song, loring bermons...and keeps these here Carrockian vitizens snoring in his church to the East North.
        • (Shows previous options)
      • Have you heard anything from Juliet?
        • Player: Have you heard anything from Juliet?
        • Romeo: Sadly not my friend! And what's worse, her Father has threatened to kill me if he sees me. I mean, that seems a bit harsh!
        • Player: Well, I shouldn't worry too much...you can always run away if you see him...
        • Romeo: I just wish I could remember what he looks like! I live in fear of every man I see!
        • (Shows previous options)
      • Ok, thanks.
        • Player: Ok, thanks.
        • (End of dialogue)

Talking to Romeo again[edit | edit source]

  • Player: Hey again Romeo!
    • How are you?
      • (Same as above)
    • Where can I find Father Lawrence?
      • (Same as above)
    • Have you heard anything from Juliet?
      • (Same as above)
    • Ok, thanks.
      • (Same as above)

Talking to Philippa[edit | edit source]

  • Phillipa: Oh, hello... Juliet has told me what you're doing for her and Romeo and I have to say, I'm very grateful to you. Juliet deserves a bit of happiness in her life.
  • Phillipa: And I'm sure Romeo is just the sort of jester to make her laugh out loud...hysterically you might say. He always brings a tear to my eyes...tears of happiness at his foolish antics!
  • Player: Oh, thanks...I like to do my cupid bit.
  • (End of dialogue)

Talking to Draul Leptoc[edit | edit source]

  • If the player has Juliet's message in their inventory:
    • Draul Leptoc: What are you doing in my house? Up to no good I shouldn't wonder!
    • Player: Just a small chore for Juliet, you do have a lovely daughter in her sir.
    • Draul Leptoc: Oh...why, thank you...I've always tried to my best...
    • Draul Leptoc: ...Hang on! Enough of that smiley talk. I have a daughter and I know what she's like. Don't even think of carrying on anything behind my back, I have the eyes of a hawk, nothing gets past me!
    • Sir Draul notices the message!
    • Draul Leptoc: Hey! What's that in your hands...looks like a message to me...with Juliet's barely legible scrawl on it...
    • Player: Yes, yes, that's probably why I can't read it!
    • Player: Sorry, I mean, that's right sir. I'm just popping to the shops to get some groceries for Juliet.
    • Player: Right, have to be off now...thanks...
    • Draul Leptoc: Groceries!
    • Draul Leptoc: Groceries!...at a time like this, does that girl know what she's putting me through!
    • (End of dialogue)
  • If the player does not have Juliet's message in their inventory:
    • Draul Leptoc: What are you doing in my house? Up to no good I shouldn't wonder!
    • Player: Just a small chore for Juliet, you do have a lovely daughter in her sir.
    • Draul Leptoc: Oh...why, thank you...I've always tried to my best...
    • Draul Leptoc: ...Hang on! Enough of that smiley talk. I have a daughter and I know what she's like. Don't even think of carrying on anything behind my back, I have the eyes of a hawk, nothing gets past me!
  • If the player has delivered Juliet's message to Romeo:
    • Draul Leptoc: Do you live here? If so, how's about a couple of hundred gold towards the rent eh? Pay your share I say...you don't want to be like that freeloading Romeo!
    • (End of dialogue)

Finding Father Lawrence[edit | edit source]

Talking to Father Lawrence[edit | edit source]

  • Father Lawrence: ...and let Saradomin light the way for you... Urgh!
  • Father Lawrence: Can't you see that I'm in the middle of a Sermon?!
  • Player: But Romeo sent me!
  • Father Lawrence: But I'm busy delivering a sermon to my congregation!
  • Congregation: Zzzzzzzzz
  • Player: Yes, well, it certainly seems like you have a captive audience!
  • Father Lawrence: Ok, ok...what do you want so I can get rid of you and continue with my sermon?
  • Player: Romeo sent me. He says you may be able to help.
  • Father Lawrence: Ah Romeo, yes. A fine lad, but a little bit confused.
  • Player: Yes, very confused....Anyway, Romeo wishes to be married to Juliet! She must be rescued from her father's control!
  • Father Lawrence: I agree, and I think I have an idea! A potion to make her appear dead...
  • Player: Dead! Sounds a bit creepy to me...but please, continue.
  • Father Lawrence: The potion will only make Juliet 'appear' dead...then she'll be taken to the crypt...
  • Player: Crypt! Again...very creepy! You must have some strange hobbies.
  • Father Lawrence: Then Romeo can collect her from the crypt! Go to the Apothecary, tell him I sent you and that you'll need a 'Cadava' potion.
  • Player: Apart from the strong overtones of death, this is turning out to be a real love story.
  • (End of dialogue)

Talking to Father Lawrence again[edit | edit source]

  • If the player has not made a cadava potion:
    • Father Lawrence: Ah, have you found the Apothecary yet? Remember, Cadava potion, for Juliet.
    • (End of dialogue)

Talking to Romeo after Father Lawrence[edit | edit source]

  • Player: Hello again Romeo!
  • Romeo: Ooh did you manage to survive one of Lather Fawrences sermons? I bet not, you were ages! I bet you snoozed on the welcome mat just as soon as you heard his voice!
  • Player: Did not!
  • Romeo: Oh, come on, come on, what did he say?
    • He wants me to go to the Apothecary!
      • Player: He wants me to go to the Apothecary!
      • Romeo: The Apothecary?
      • Player: Yeah, I think so...but the word potion-ey doesn't exist.
      • Romeo: Well, you just used it...so I guess it does exist!
      • Player: It doesn't matter...do you know where the Apothecary is?
      • Romeo: Why should I tell you?
      • Player: Because I'm doing you a favour!
      • Romeo: Right, yes...of course! Well, I think the potion-ey place is Wouth Sest of here and near a sword shop.
      • (Shows previous options)
    • He seems keen for you to marry Juliet.
      • Player: He seems very keen for you to marry Juliet.
      • Romeo: Me too! I can't wait! Do you think it will be soon?
      • Player: I don't know, but I'll do what I can. It just seems a bit odd that Father Lawrence is so keen for you to marry?
      • Romeo: I can't imagine why he's so keen? Though, he was our messenger before you. Of course, he had a lot more hair back then...and I think we may have gone to school together...
      • Player: What, since you were kids?
      • Romeo: Yeah! Thinking about it now, we called him 'Diddy Dorrence' back then!
      • Player: So, maybe, he just wants a bit of peace? And when you two are married, he won't have to traipse around delivering your messages anymore?
      • Romeo: Yes, the years haven't been good to him.
      • (Shows previous options)
    • Ok, thanks.
      • Player: Ok, thanks.
      • (End of dialogue)

Making the Cadava potion[edit | edit source]

Talking to the Apothecary[edit | edit source]

  • Apothecary: I am the Apothecary. I brew potions. Do you need anything specific?
    • Can you make potions for me?
    • Talk about something else.
      • Talk about Romeo & Juliet.
        • If the player hasn't talked to the Apothecary before:
          • Player: Apothecary, Father Lawrence sent me. I need a Cadava potion to help Romeo and Juliet.
          • Apothecary: Cadava potion. It's pretty nasty. And hard to make.
          • Apothecary: Wing of rat, tail of frog. Ear of snake and horn of dog.
          • Apothecary: I have all that, but I need some Cadava berries.
        • If the player has cadava berries in their inventory:
          • Missing path. Unsure if path exists
        • Apothecary: You will have to find them while I get the rest ready. Bring them here when you have them. But be careful. They are nasty.
        • If the player has cadava berries in their inventory:
          • Player: Conveniently, I have some here.
          • You hand over the berries, which the Apothecary shakes up in a vial of strange liquid.
          • Apothecary: Phew! Here is what you need.
          • The Apothecary gives you a Cadava potion.
          • (End of dialogue)
        • If the player does not have cadava berries in their inventory:
          • What do these berries look like?
            • Player: What do these berries look like?
            • Apothecary: They're a nice bright pink colour, with green leaves, stalks are a pale brown colour...you can't miss them. They look pretty tasty, but I wouldn't advise eating them.
            • (Shows previous options)
          • Where can I get these berries?
            • Player: Where can I get these berries?
            • Apothecary: I think I saw some recently in the local vicinity. Oh yes, that's right! There was a little bit of commotion when some kids visited the south eastern Varrock mining pit. The trip was disrupted because some kids
            • Apothecary: had found some cadavaberry bushes and they started picking them. They wrapped that trip up pretty quickly!
            • (Shows previous options)
          • How are these berries dangerous?
            • Player: How are these berries dangerous?
            • Apothecary: Hmm, they're generally okay, but if handled improperly they can be a bit nasty. And I certainly wouldn't advise drinking the potion!
            • (Shows previous options)
          • Ok, thanks.
            • Player: Ok, thanks.
            • (End of dialogue)
        • If the player doesn't have cadava berries or cadava potion in their inventory:
          • Apothecary: Keep searching for those Cadavaberries. They're needed for the potion.
          • (End of dialogue)
        • If the player only has cadava berries in their inventory:
          • Apothecary: Well done. You have the berries.
          • You hand over the berries, which the Apothecary shakes up in a vial of strange liquid.
          • Apothecary: Phew! Here is what you need.
          • The Apothecary gives you a Cadava potion.
          • (End of dialogue)
        • If the player has the cadava potion in their inventory or bank:
          • Player: Thank you for the Cadava potion.
          • Apothecary: You're welcome. I hope it helps that young couple find happiness.
          • (End of dialogue)
        • If the player has given the cadava potion to Juliet:
          • Player: I gave Juliet the Cadava potion.
          • Apothecary: Good, good. I hope it helps that young couple find happiness.
          • (End of dialogue)
      • Do you know a potion to make hair fall out?
      • Have you got any good potions to give away?

Talking to Father Lawrence[edit | edit source]

  • Father Lawrence: Did you find the Apothecary?
  • Player: I've got the cadava potion.
  • Father Lawrence: Good! Good work! Ok, take it to Juliet, she's expecting you. I'll talk to Romeo and make sure he knows what to do.
  • (End of dialogue)

Talking to Romeo[edit | edit source]

  • If player is not carrying a cadava potion:
    • Player: Hi Romeo!
    • Romeo: Oh hello, have you seen Lather Fawrence?
    • Player: Yes, he's given me details of a potion which should help resolve this situation. The Apothecary is helping me prepare it.
    • Romeo: Ooooh, it all sounds horribly complicated?
    • Romeo: All I can say is I'll be glad when Juliet's finally in that crypt!
    • Player: Spoken like a true lover!
    • (End of dialogue)
  • If player is carrying a cadava potion:
    • Romeo spots the Cadava potion.
    • Romeo: Ooohh, that's the potion is it? Rather you than me!
    • Player: I'm not drinking it! It's for Juliet!
    • Romeo: Well, I mean...it's probably delicious...and not dangerous at all. And you quite often see harmless drinks in a glowing sort of pink colour.
    • Player: Hmm, I'm not convinced...maybe you ought to try some before I give it to Juliet?
    • Romeo: Urgh! No way! Not in a million years!
    • Player: Ok...but you know what to do when I've given this to Juliet?
    • Romeo: Oh, yeah...sure Lather Fawrence explained all that to me...
    • (End of dialogue)

Delivering the potion[edit | edit source]

Talking to Juliet[edit | edit source]

  • If the player doesn't have a Cadava potion in their inventory:
    • Player: Hi Juliet!
    • Juliet: Hi [player name], how close am I to being with my true love Romeo?
    • Player: Sorry, I still have to get a special potion for you.
    • Juliet: Oh, I hope it isn't a love potion because you would be wasting your time. My love for Romeo grows stronger every minute...
    • Player: That must be because you're not with him...
    • Juliet: Oh no! I long to be close to my true love Romeo!
    • Player: Well, ok then...I'll set about getting this potion as quickly as I can!
    • Juliet: Fair luck to you, the end is close.
  • If the player has a Cadava potion in their inventory:
    • Player: Hi Juliet! I have an interesting proposition for you...suggested by Father Lawrence. It may be the only way you'll be able to escape from this house and be with Romeo.
    • Juliet: Go on....
    • Player: I have a Cadava potion here, suggested by Father Lawrence. If you drink it, it will make you appear dead!
    • Juliet: Yes...
    • Player: And when you appear dead...your still and lifeless corpse will be removed to the crypt!
    • Juliet: Oooooh, a cold dark creepy crypt...
    • Juliet: ...sounds just peachy!
    • Player: Then...Romeo can steal into the crypt and rescue you just as you wake up!
    • Juliet: ...and this is the great idea for getting me out of here?
    • Player: To be fair, I can't take all the credit...in fact...it was all Father Lawrence's suggestion...
    • Juliet: Ok...if this is the best we can do...hand over the potion!
    • You pass the suspicious potion to Juliet.
    • Juliet: Wonderful! I just hope Romeo can remember to get me from the crypt.
    • Juliet: Please go to Romeo and make sure he understands. Although I love his gormless, lovelorn soppy ways, he can be a bit dense sometimes and I don't want to wake up in that crypt on my own.
    • A cutscene starts
      • Juliet: Oh, here's Phillipa, my cousin...she's in on the plot too!
      • Juliet: She's going to make it seem even more convincing!
      • Phillipa: Yes, I'm quite the actress! Good luck dear cousin!
      • Juliet: Right...bottoms up!
      • Juliet: Urk!
      • Phillipa: Oh no...Juliet has...died!
      • Player: You might be more believable if you're not smiling when you say it...
      • Phillipa: Oh yeah...you might be right...ok, let's try again.
      • Phillipa: Oh no...Juliet has...died?
      • Player: Perhaps a bit louder, like you're upset...that your cousin has died!
      • Phillipa: Right...yes...Ok, ok, I think I'm getting my motivation now. Ok, let's try this again!
      • Phillipa: OH NO...JULIET HAS...DIED?.... Oooooohhhhhh....(sob), (sob).Juliet...my poor dead cousin!
      • Draul Leptoc: What's all that screaming?
      • Draul Leptoc: Oh no! My poor daughter...what has become of you?
      • Phillipa: Poor Juliet...make preparations for her body to be placed in the Crypt...
    • A cutscene ends

Talking to Draul Leptoc[edit | edit source]

  • Draul Leptoc: Hey , what are you doing here?
  • Player: Nothing much sir...I promise...I'm just an innocent friend of Juliet's...doing her a few favours...as a friend.
  • Draul Leptoc: Well, just make sure there's no funny business going on that's all I can say. Do you know why?
  • Player: I think I can guess sir...
  • Draul Leptoc: There's no need to guess! You can see it in my hawk like eyes, in my cat like ears and my dog like nose...
  • Player: Are you saying that you look like an animal sir?
  • Draul Leptoc: NO! Not look like an animal! I have the keen 'SENSES' of an animal and I don't miss a thing. Don't even think about trying anything!
  • (End of dialogue)

Rescuing Juliet[edit | edit source]

Talking to Philippa[edit | edit source]

  • Phillipa: Oh, hello again! How was I...do you think I was convincing?
  • Player: Oh, yes, totally!
  • Phillipa: Ohhh good! I do hope Juliet will be pleased as well! That dashing young Romeo must be beside himself with excitement! Have you told him the good news yet?
  • Player: Not yet, but soon!
  • Phillipa: Good, good...you lucky thing, I can't wait to see the look on his face!
  • (End of dialogue)

Talking to Draul Leptoc[edit | edit source]

  • Draul Leptoc: My poor Juliet....she's dead...dead! I shouldn't have been so hard on her...she was my lovely daughter. Booo hoooo hooooo!
  • (End of dialogue)

Talking to Romeo[edit | edit source]

  • Player: Romeo, it's all set. Juliet has drunk the potion and has been taken down into the Crypt...now you just need to pop along and collect her.
  • Romeo: Ah right, the potion! Great...
  • Romeo: What potion would that be then?
  • Player: The Cadava potion...you know, the one which will make her appear dead! She's in the crypt, pop along and claim your true love.
  • Romeo: But I'm scared...will you come with me?
  • A cutscene starts
    • Player: Oh , ok...come on! I think I saw the entrance when I visited there last...
    • Romeo: This is pretty scary...
    • Player: Oh , be quiet...
    • Player: We're here. Look, Juliet is over there!
    • Player: You go over to her...and I'll go and wait over here...
    • Romeo: Ohhh, ok then...
    • Romeo: Hey...Juliet...
    • Romeo: Juliet....?
    • Romeo: Oh dear...you seem to be dead.
    • Phillipa: Hi Romeo...I'm Phillipa!
    • Romeo: Wow! You're a fox!
    • Phillipa: It's a shame about Juliet...but perhaps we can meet up later?
    • Romeo: Who's Juliet?
  • A cutscene ends
  • Congratulations! Quest complete!