Xorrah quo Sihar

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Xorrah quo Sihar (translated as Xorrah the Mystic) is a Kahlith mystic found at the top of Mount Karuulm. They offer guidance and information to the player regarding their race and the mountain.

Dialogue[edit | edit source]

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Standard dialogue

  • Xorrah quo Sihar: Greetings human. Do you seek guidance?
    • Who are you?
      • Player: Who are you?
      • Xorrah quo Sihar: I am Xorrah quo Sihar. I am one of the mystics of the Kahlith.
        • Kahlith?
          • Player: Kahlith?
          • Xorrah quo Sihar: Yes. At one time we were like you, but then we met the Tasakaal. They taught us to have purpose. They taught us to serve the balance.
          • Xorrah quo Sihar: Our old lives were left behind. In their place, the Kahlith were born.
            • Tasakaal?
              • Player: Tasakaal?
              • Xorrah quo Sihar: For every death, there must be life. For every life, there must be a death. This is the balance.
              • Xorrah quo Sihar: Our purpose, as taught to us by the Tasakaal, is to keep this balance, no matter the cost.
              • (Shows other options)
            • The balance?
              • Player: The balance?
              • Xorrah quo Sihar: Our teachers. They showed us the way and taught us to serve the balance.
              • (Shows other options)
            • What is this place?
              • (Same as below)
            • That's all thanks.
              • (Same as below)
        • A mystic?
          • Player: A mystic?
          • Xorrah quo Sihar: Yes. All Kahlith serve the balance. To do this, we take on one of four roles.
          • Xorrah quo Sihar: My role is that of a mystic. I learn from the Tasakaal and then pass on their teachings.
            • Kahlith?
              • (Same as above)
            • Tasakaal?
              • (Same as above)
            • The balance?
              • (Same as above)
            • What is this place?
              • (Same as below)
            • That's all thanks.
              • (Same as below)
        • What is this place?
          • (Same as below)
        • That's all thanks.
          • Player: That's all thanks.
          • (End of dialogue)
    • What is this place?
      • Player: What is this place?
      • Xorrah quo Sihar: This is our home. In your tongue, it is known as Mount Karuulm.
        • My tongue?
          • Player: My tongue?
          • Xorrah quo Sihar: Yes. You speak the language of humans but we Kahlith have our own language.
          • Xorrah quo Sihar: In the past, we have tried to teach our language to your kind. However, despite the simplicity of our tongue, success was limited.
          • Xorrah quo Sihar: We find that it is easier to just use your language when your kind are around.
            • Kahlith?
              • (Same as above)
            • Can you give an example?
              • Player: Can you give an example?
              • Xorrah quo Sihar: Of our language?
              • Player: Yes please.
              • Xorrah quo Sihar: Well you'll find our language is quite a simple one. Our names are a good example of how it is used.
              • Xorrah quo Sihar: I am Xorrah quo Sihar. The first word, 'Xorrah', is unique to me and it is how I can be identified.
              • Xorrah quo Sihar: The second word, 'quo', is a basic Kahlith word that translates to 'the' in your language.
              • Xorrah quo Sihar: The final word, 'Sihar', is my title. There are four possible titles, one for each role in Kahlith society. My title translates to 'Mystic' in your tongue.
              • Player: So in my language your name would be Xorrah the Mystic?
              • Xorrah quo Sihar: Exactly.
              • Player: Interesting. Thanks for the information.
              • (End of dialogue)
            • That's all thanks.
              • (Same as above)
        • Who are you?
          • (Same as above)
        • That's all thanks.
          • (Same as above)
    • I'm good thanks.
      • Player: I'm good thanks.
      • (End of dialogue)