|Release||17 September 2009 (Update)|
|Quest item||Unstable Foundations|
|High alch||1 coin|
|Low alch||1 coin|
|The diary of an elderly gentleman with eccentric habits.|
|Links||MRID • recipe|
|FAQ • doc|
Roddeck's diary is a book players can find in by searching shelves in Roddeck's house, along with the manual about how to keep a pet dragon. It could also be found in the Unstable Foundations tutorial, and gives some backstory on it.
Book info[edit | edit source]
|Description||The diary of Roddeck the Advisor, telling of his ill-fated attempt to raise a dragon in his cellar.|
|Databox • Talk page|
Transcript[edit | edit source]
Yet again it's raining. Just when I wanted to go for a walk to Draynor Village with my gorgeous new walking stick and maybe pop in for a tea with the Wise Old Man. How typical. Ah, well, I'm sure I can find some way to pass the time.
Maybe I'll leaf through some of those old books that belonged to my late uncle. He had such strange interests, Saradomin rest his soul.
I believe I've found a marvellous new hobby! One of those old books was a manual for reading pet dragons.
I don't have a garden, but I'm sure I can do just as well keeping it in my cellar; there's plenty of space down there, and it'll be out of the rain.
I've written to the Taverley pet shop to order an egg and some supplies.
No sign of my egg yet and it's still raining.
Never mind, I shall brave the rain and take a walk after all.
Oh dear, I have such a terrible cold.
At last, I am feeling well enough to resume my diary. Furthermore, my delivery has arrived far sooner than I had hoped.
That postman is a curious little chap, but he certainly knows his trade.
Now, to unpack the egg and get started...
Apparently, it takes ages for these eggs to hatch. How disappointing.
I think I shall name it Sottlepot if it's a boy-dragon and Piddypins if it's a girl-dragon.
Little Sottlepot has hatched! These dragons really are marvellous creatures.
I've had no time for this diary recently; I seem to find myself constantly busy preparing minced meat and bringing him water.
He's growing so fast.
I must admit that I'm starting to have second thoughts about this little project of mine. Sottlepot has grown so large that I'm not entirely sure he'll fit through the trapdoor of the cellar anymore.
Furthermore, no matter how much I feed him, he keeps...well...salivating when he looks at me. He was a lot sweeter when he was smaller. I wonder if parenthood is like this.
I'm becoming seriously concerned about Sottlepot. He's completely smashed the pillars of my cellar.
Fortunately, I was able to shore up the ceiling with some bits of wood before the whole cellar caved in!
Hmm, perhaps I should have taken up carpentry instead of raising a dragon.
That blasted dragon almost managed to break the chains that were holding him to the wall.
If he gets loose there's no way I'm going to be able to restrain him again.
At the risk of looking like a complete nincompoop, I think I'm going to have to call someone to sort him out before I lose control of him completely. The White Knights might be able to help.
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Saved at last! The White Knights sent an agent in response to my message.
He couldn't have arrived as a better time; I'd completely lost control of the dragon, and it had me concerned in a cupboard in my own cellar! With the aid of a passing adventurer, they managed to kill the dragon, and then we tunnelled out of the cellar into Jack's house because the blasted dragon had burnt my ladder.I've agreed to act as an advisor for the adventurer, since they are unfamiliar with this country. Still, now all that exitement is over, I should try to find myself a new hobby.
Disassembly[edit | edit source]
|Disassembly category||Default disassembly items|
|Item quantity required||1|
|Base junk chance||98.9%|
Update history[edit | edit source]
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- The book was read out loud by the narrator when in the tutorial.
- If you use the book on a P.O.H. bookcase you will receive the message "you place the book on the shelf" unlike the "there doesnt seem space for that on the shelf" and your book will disappear, however it wont actually be stored.