Transcript of 2011 Easter event

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Standard dialogue of NPCs[edit | edit source]

Antipodean squirrel[edit | edit source]

  • Antipodean squirrel: This is an outrage! An outrage!
    • Select an Option
      • G'day, mate.
        • Player: G'day, mate.
        • Antipodean squirrel: Oh, shut up. What do you think I am, some kind of stereotype?
      • What are you upset about?
        • Player: What are you upset about?
        • Antipodean squirrel: This holiday event is northern-hemisphere-centric!
        • Antipodean squirrel: It's all about spring! But, in the southern hemisphere, it's autumn now! Why aren't we having an autumn event?
          • Select an Option
            • You have a point.
              • (Transcript missing. edit)
            • No one cares what you think, you ridiculous squirrel.
              • (Transcript missing. edit)
            • Stop breaking the fourth wall!
              • Player: Stop breaking the fourth wall!
              • Antipodean squirrel: Yeah, like you stay in character all the time!
                • Select an Option
                  • You have a point.
                    • (Transcript missing. edit)
                  • No one cares what you think, you ridiculous squirrel.
                    • (Transcript missing. edit)
                  • So, what are you going to do about it?
                  • Goodbye.
                    • (Transcript missing. edit)
            • So, what are you going to do about it?
              • Player: So, what are you going to do about it?
              • Antipodean squirrel: I'm going to...why, I'm going to...
              • Antipodean squirrel: I'm going to...
              • Antipodean squirrel: ...stand here...
              • Antipodean squirrel: ...and keep shouting.
              • (Dialogue ends.)
            • Goodbye.
              • (Transcript missing. edit)
      • Goodbye.
        • (Transcript missing. edit)

Easter Bunny[edit | edit source]

  • Easter Bunny: You're going down, Frosty! We're in charge of the Year now! And your ice sculptures? Yeah, your ice sculptures? They're gonna MELT.
  • Jack Frost: You leave my ice sculptures alone!
  • Easter Bunny: Cry me a glacier, ice boy!
    • Select an Option
      • Why are you arguing?
        • Player: Why are you arguing?
        • Easter Bunny: He started it!
        • (Dialogue ends.)
      • Goodbye.
        • Player: Goodbye.
        • (Dialogue ends.)

Leprechaun[edit | edit source]

  • Leprechaun: 'Ello, 'ello, legs. You want any 'elp dealing with these evil trees?
    • Select an Option
      • Who are you?
        • (Transcript missing. edit)
      • What are these evil trees?
        • Player: What are these evil trees?
        • Leprechaun: The cunnin' geezer starts off lookin' like an innocent sapling[sic]
        • Leprechaun: Later on, though - ooh! - it grows into a frightenin' beast, all lashin' roots and 'Look at me nasty teef!'
        • Leprechaun: There's evil trees all over the world, all year round! Some folks go hunting for 'em.
        • Leprechaun: These trees 'ere won't teach ya much, but reg'lar ones give tons and tons of Woodcutting 'sperience. Plus you get logs an' stuff, an' a magic wossname that makes logs go straight to your bank!
        • Leprechaun: Once you've 'elped Sunny, she's got a reward that 'elps you find evil trees easier. I think Snowie - sorry, the Queen o' Snow - has something like that too.
        • Evil Trees are a members-only feature.
        • Leprechaun: Anything else I can 'elp ya with?
        • (Shows the previous options.)
      • What should I do?
        • Player: What should I do?
        • Leprechaun: If you find a sapling, you gotta nurture it. That's easy, just interact with it. Makes it grow faster. Then it'll sprout roots and turn into a full-sized evil tree.
        • Leprechaun: You can't get near the tree while those roots are thrashin' about, so you'll have to cut them with a hatchet. Once they're gone, you can attack the tree itself. 'Cos it's a tree, it don't like hatchets or fire.
        • Leprechaun: Use any kindling you get off the roots to set fires at the base of the tree. The fires will keep burning and doing damage to the tree while you whack it with a hatchet.
        • Leprechaun: Do ya need more information?
          • Select an Option
            • Yes[sic]
              • Player: Yes, I'd ike[sic] some more information[sic]
                • What do you want to know more about?
                  • How do I cut the tree?
                    • (Transcript missing. edit)
                  • How do I light fires on the tree?
                    • (Transcript missing. edit)
                  • How do I deal with the roots?
                    • (Transcript missing. edit)
                  • How do I know how much damage I'm doing to the tree?
                    • Player: How do I know how much damage I'm doing to the tree?
                    • Leprechaun: If ya 'Inspect' the tree, ya can find out how much damage you've done, as well as a few other bits of useful info[sic]
                    • Leprechaun: Ya should also see bark fly off as you cut it, and the fires will flare up when they do damage. Ya should see the tree lookin' weaker the more damage you do.
                    • (Shows the previous options.)
                  • How long will this take?
                    • Player: How long will this take?
                    • Leprechaun: Depends on how many mates you got helping you! If yer on yer own, it could be up to quarter've an hour.
                    • (Shows the previous options.)
            • No.
              • (Transcript missing. edit)
      • Legs?
        • Player: Legs?
        • Leprechaun: Just look at ya'self, legs a mile high, innit!
        • Player: Aren't you just short?
        • Leprechaun: Short? I'm the right size, me!
        • (Shows the previous options.)
      • I'm off now.
        • (Transcript missing. edit)

Jack Frost[edit | edit source]

  • Jack Frost: Shouldn't you be back at your workshop, bunny? Or does no one WANT your dumb chocolate eggs this year?
  • Easter Bunny: People want eggs more than they want frost on their windows! When did YOU last do something people wanted?
  • Jack Frost: Yeah? I heard people don't even eat easter eggs! They just leave them in their banks for years. How's that make you feel?
    • Select an Option
      • Why are you arguing?
        • Player: Why are you arguing?
        • Jack Frost: He started it!
        • (Dialogue ends.)
      • Goodbye.
        • (Transcript missing. edit)

Snowman[edit | edit source]

  • Snowman: I wish they'd get it over with! I can't stand here forever.
    • Select an Option
      • Will you melt when spring comes?
        • Player: Will you melt when spring comes?
        • Snowman: Oh, no. Haven't you heard? Snowmen don't melt away. They go back to the Land of Snow!
        • (Dialogue ends.)
      • Goodbye.
        • (Transcript missing. edit)

Snow imp[edit | edit source]

  • Snow imp: 'Allo again, [Player]!
    • Select an Option
      • [Snow imp]! Nice to see you!
        • Player: [Snow imp]! Nice to see you!
        • Snow imp: Nice ta see ya too! I missed ya a bit. It's nice of ya to pay me a little visit!
        • Player: Well that's the least I could do for a friend!
        • Snow imp: Ya! Best ooman mate eva!
        • (Dialogue ends.)
      • What are you doing here?
        • Player: What are you doing here?
        • Snow imp: I'm here for the handover. Her Majesty brought me as part of her on-torr-arge.
        • Snow imp: It's nice ta get out an' about now an' then!
        • (Dialogue ends.)
      • Goodbye.
        • (Transcript missing. edit)

Holly - Starting off[edit | edit source]

Talking to the Queen of Sunrise[edit | edit source]

  • Queen of Sunrise: Oh! I haven't met you before!
    • Select an Option
      • Who are you?
        • Player: Who are you?
        • Queen of Sunrise: I'm the Queen of Sunrise! But please, don't bother with the Queen part. My friends just call me Sunny.
        • Queen of Sunrise: Isn't this exciting? We're in for a magical year, I just know it.
      • What is this place?
        • Player: What is this place?
        • Queen of Sunrise: This is the Land of Holly and Hawthorn!
        • Queen of Sunrise: It's a sort of separate plane of existence from...what's it called? The name of your world?
          • Select an Option
            • RuneScape.
              • (Transcript missing. edit)
            • Gielinor.
              • Player: Gielinor.
              • Queen of Sunrise: Yes! Gielinor! That's it!
              • (Continues below.)
            • Earth.
              • (Transcript missing. edit)
        • Queen of Sunrise: Anyway, yes. The Land of Holly and Hawthorn! It's on the border between the Land of Snow and the Land of Sunlight. It's where the handover of the Year takes place!
      • Do you have a task for me?
        • Player: Do you have a task for me?
        • Queen of Sunrise: Ooh! Yes!
        • Queen of Sunrise: This year, Snowie and I are fighting for the Year using evil trees!
        • Queen of Sunrise: That's why we've brought you here! I want you to kill an evil holly tree and bring me the Year!
        • Queen of Sunrise: Will you help me? Ooh, there's a reward, too! You'll get a shiny hat!
          • Select an Option
            • Evil trees?
              • Player: Evil trees?
              • Queen of Sunrise: Yes! You know! Evil trees! Like regular trees, but eeeeevil.[sic]
              • Queen of Sunrise: They're pretty tough; but, if you team up with other adventurers, you should be able to kill one in no time.
              • Queen of Sunrise: You'll need a hatchet and a tinderbox. You can get them from the Easter Bunny if you don't already have them.
              • Queen of Sunrise: There's a leprechaun around here somewhere. Leprechauns are experts on evil trees! You should ask him if you need any help.
            • The Year?
              • Player: The Year?
              • Queen of Sunrise: Yes! The Year!
              • Queen of Sunrise: How to explain... It's, like, we're in a land of symbols. This isn't really the real world, not like you normally understand it.
              • Queen of Sunrise: So, here, the Year isn't just an amount of time, it's also, like, a thing. Something you can pick up and hold.
              • Queen of Sunrise: So, in winter, Snowie is in charge of the Year, and then in spring I get it. It's symbolic, but it's not just symbolic, because we're in a place where symbols are real. Do you see?
                • Select an Option
                  • I see.
                    • Player: I see.
                    • Queen of Sunrise: Really? Oh, good! I'm not sure even I understand it sometimes.
                    • (Continues below.)
                  • Not really.
            • You and the Queen of Snow are fighting?
              • Player: You and the Queen of Snow are fighting?
              • Queen of Sunrise: Yes! And with your help I'm going to kick her frozen butt!
              • Queen of Sunrise: Oh! You meant really fighting?
              • Queen of Sunrise: No, we're not really fighting. I love Snowie. It's all a game. I've got to defeat her to bring in the spring, and then at the autumn equinox she defeats me. You see?
                • Select an Option
                  • I see.
                    • Player: I see.
                    • Queen of Sunrise: Will you help me, then?
                    • (Continues below.)
                  • I think that's silly.
            • I'll help you.
              • Player: I'll help you.
              • Start this quest?
                • Yes
                  • Queen of Sunrise: I knew you would!
                  • Queen of Sunrise: I need you to kill an evil holly tree! Don't kill the evil hawthorn trees, they're mine.
                  • Queen of Sunrise: You can get a hatchet and tinderbox from the Easter Bunny.
                  • (Dialogue ends.)
                • No
                  • (Transcript missing. edit)
            • Back to my other questions...
              • (Transcript missing. edit)
      • Goodbye.
        • (Transcript missing. edit)

Talking to Easter Bunny after starting Holly[edit | edit source]

  • Easter Bunny: You're going down, Frosty! We're in charge of the Year now! And your ice sculptures? Yeah, your ice sculptures? They're gonna MELT.
  • Jack Frost: You leave my ice sculptures alone!
  • Easter Bunny: Cry me a glacier, ice boy!
    • Select an Option
      • Why are you arguing?
        • (Standard dialogue)
      • Can you give me a hatchet and tinderbox?
        • Player: Can you give me a hatchet and tinderbox?
        • Easter Bunny: You're gonna cut down evil holly trees?
        • Easter Bunny: Ha! In your FACE, ice boy!
        • Easter Bunny: [Player] is gonna cut down your evil holly trees and then the Year will be OURS.
          • If player doesn't have a hatchet in their inventory
            • The Easter Bunny gives you a hatchet.
            • (Continues below.)
          • If player does have a hatchet in their inventory
            • Easter Bunny: You've already got a hatchet.
            • (Continues below.)
          • If player doesn't have a tinderbox in their inventory
            • The Easter Bunny hands you a tinderbox.
            • (Dialogue ends.)
          • If player does have a tinderbox in their inventory
            • (Transcript missing. edit)
      • Goodbye.
        • (Standard dialogue)

Searching the fallen tree[edit | edit source]

  • You find the Year in the trunk of the evil holly tree.
  • (Dialogue ends.)

Talking to the Queen of Sunrise with the Year[edit | edit source]

  • Queen of Sunrise: You've got the Year! We can do the handover right now.
  • Player gives the year to the Queen of Sunrise; screen fades to black, cutscene begins

First cutscene[edit | edit source]

  • Queen of Sunrise: Snowie! [Player] got the Year from your eeevil holly tree!
  • Queen of Snow: I am soundly defeated, O Queen of Sunrise. The year is yours.
  • Queen of Sunrise: Thanks, Snowie! It was fun!
  • Queen of Sunrise: Stones, shoulder this cold globe; turn it to me. Stream, swallow your cracked ice; run fast; run free.
  • Queen of Sunrise: Cloud, cast your vital rain on this grey ground And[sic] conjure forth all nature's hue and sound.
  • Queen of Sunrise: All spirits, join my alchemy, and sing This[sic] leaden winter into golden spring!
  • Queen of Sunrise lifts the Year to air, but nothing happens
    • Select an Option
      • Right, where's my reward?
        • Player: Right, where's my reward?
        • (Continues below.)
      • Should something have happened there?
        • Player: Should something have happened there?
        • (Continues below.)
  • Queen of Sunrise: I don't understand it! This is terrible and awful and bad!
  • Queen of Sunrise: Okay, okay, okay, don't panic. Don't panic, Sunny...
  • Screen fades to black, cutscene ends

Holly - Search for the true Year[edit | edit source]

After the cutscene[edit | edit source]

  • Queen of Sunrise: That must not have been the real Year, or not the whole Year. If it had been the real, whole Year, something would have happened.
  • Queen of Sunrise: Will you find it for me? Please? If we can't find it, spring will never come and it will be winter forever!
    • Select an Option
      • Where should I look for it?
        • Player: Where should I look for it?
        • Queen of Sunrise: I don't know. It's somewhere in the Land of Holly and Hawthorn, but I don't know where. Maybe you should ask people around here.
        • (Dialogue ends.)
      • Look for it yourself!
        • (Transcript missing. edit)

Antipodean squirrel[edit | edit source]

  • Antipodean squirrel: This is an outrage! An outrage!
    • Select an Option
      • Where should I look for the true Year?
        • Player: Where should I look for the true Year?
        • Antipodean squirrel: How should I know? I bet, wherever it is, it's upside-down!
        • (Dialogue ends.)
      • G'day, mate.
        • (Standard dialogue)
      • What are you upset about?
        • (Standard dialogue)
      • Goodbye.
        • (Standard dialogue)

Easter Bunny[edit | edit source]

  • Easter Bunny: You're going down, Frosty! We're in charge of the Year now! And your ice sculptures? Yeah, your ice sculptures? They're gonna MELT.
  • Jack Frost: You leave my ice sculptures alone!
  • Easter Bunny: Cry me a glacier, ice boy!
    • Select an Option
      • Where should I look for the true Year?
        • Player: Where should I look for the true Year?
        • Easter Bunny: I think Jack has it!
        • Jack Frost: That's not true!
        • Easter Bunny: This is just like you! You go around freezing things when you're in a bad mood. You just wait, human. You'll find the Year inside a block of ice somewhere.
        • (Dialogue ends.)
      • Why are you arguing?
        • (Standard dialogue)
      • Can you give me a hatchet and tinderbox?
        • (Standard dialogue)
      • Goodbye.
        • (Standard dialogue)

Jack Frost[edit | edit source]

  • Jack Frost: Shouldn't you be back at your workshop, bunny? Or does no one WANT your dumb chocolate eggs this year?
  • Easter Bunny: People want eggs more than they want frost on their windows! When did YOU last do something people wanted?
  • Jack Frost: Yeah? I heard people don't even eat easter eggs! They just leave them in their banks for years. How's that make you feel?
    • Select an Option
      • Where should I look for the true Year?
        • Player: Where should I look for the true Year?
        • Jack Frost: What are you looking at me for? I don't have it!
        • Easter Bunny: He/She never said you did, freeze-brain! He/She just asked if you knew where it was!
        • Jack Frost: Yeah? How do we know YOU don't have it? You could hide anything in that great fat rabbit costume you're wearing!
        • Easter Bunny: That doesn't even make sense! Why would I steal it? I want spring to come!
        • Jack Frost: Yeah? Maybe you're late with your eggs again and want to buy time! You've never got it right before!
        • Jack Frost: Every year it's, 'oh no, my workshop is broken, I need random people to help'!
        • (Dialogue ends.)
      • Why are you arguing?
        • (Standard dialogue)
      • Can you give me a hatchet and tinderbox? (If Hawthorn is started)
        • (Standard dialogue)
      • Goodbye.
        • (Standard dialogue)

Snowman[edit | edit source]

  • Snowman: I wish they'd get it over with! I can't stand here forever.
    • Select an Option
      • Where should I look for the true Year?
        • Player: Where should I look for the true Year?
        • Snowman: I don't know. It could be anywhere around here. I hope you find it quickly!
        • (Dialogue ends.)
      • Will you melt when spring comes?
        • (Standard dialogue)
      • Goodbye.
        • (Standard dialogue)

Snow imp[edit | edit source]

  • Snow imp: 'Allo again, [Player]!
    • Select an Option
      • Where should I look for the true Year?
        • Player: Where should I look for the true Year?
        • Snow imp: I dunno, mate. It'll be somewhere in this 'ere Land of 'Olly an' 'Awthorn, but that's all I know.
      • [Snow imp]! Nice to see you!
        • (Standard dialogue)
      • What are you doing here?
        • (Standard dialogue)
      • Goodbye.
        • (Standard dialogue)

Queen of Snow[edit | edit source]

  • Queen of Snow: Welcome to the Land of Holly and Hawthorn, noble visitor.

OR

  • Queen of Snow: Greetings once more, mortal. (After completing Hawthorn before completing Holly?)
    • Select an Option
      • Where should I look for the true Year?
        • Player: Where should I look for the true Year?
        • Queen of Snow: Yes... I suppose you must find the true Year.
        • Queen of Snow: Question the rocks; question the water; question the cloud. They know who holds them back from the spring.
        • (Dialogue ends.)
      • Who are you?
        • (Standard dialogue)
      • What is this place?
        • (Standard dialogue)
      • Do you have a task for me?
        • (Standard dialogue)
      • Goodbye.
        • (Standard dialogue)

Stone spirit[edit | edit source]

  • Stone spirit: What...
  • Stone spirit: ...would...you...
  • Stone spirit: ...human...
  • Stone spirit: ...visitor...?
    • Select an Option
      • Where can I find the true Year? (Only appears after starting Holly)
        • Player: Where can I find the true Year?
        • Stone spirit: The...true...Year...
        • Stone spirit: I...sense it...
        • Stone spirit: ...deep...
        • Stone spirit: ...beneath...
        • Stone spirit: ...the earth.
        • Stone spirit: Find it...human...
        • Stone spirit: ...so...I may...
        • Stone spirit: ...be warm.
        • The stone spirit gives you a key.
      • Wow! A talking stone!
        • Player: Wow! A talking stone!
        • Stone spirit: Hah...hah...hah...
        • Stone spirit: How...marvellous...
        • Stone spirit: ...a...talking...
        • Stone spirit: ...piece...
        • Stone spirit: ...of meat!
      • How are you doing, stone spirit?
        • Player: How are you doing, stone spirit?
        • Stone spirit: I...wish...
        • Stone spirit: ...to grow moss...
        • Stone spirit: ...feel...
        • Stone spirit: ...the heat...
        • Stone spirit: ...of the sun...
        • Stone spirit: ...but I cannot.
        • Stone spirit: ...Something...
        • Stone spirit: ...holds back...
        • Stone spirit: ...the spring.
      • Goodbye.
        • Player: Goodbye.
        • (Dialogue ends.)

River spirit[edit | edit source]

  • River spirit: Oh! A human! A human, talking to me! I like humans talking! I like talking to humans!
    • Select an Option
      • Where can I find the true Year? (Only appears after starting Holly)
        • Player: Where can I find the true Year?
        • River spirit: The true Year. It's in the water. It's under the water. It's downstream. It's in a place where the water flows into the rocks.
          • If the player doesn't have the water key
            • River spirit: You'll need a key. I'll give you a key. Take this key.
            • The water spirit gives you a key.
            • (Continues below.)
          • If the player has the water key
            • River spirit: I gave you my key. You have my key.
            • (Continues below.)
          • Select an Option
      • Wow! A talking stream! }
        • Player: Wow! A talking stream!
        • River spirit: Look at you! You're not so different! You're water. Water in a bag of tubes!
      • How are you doing, water spirit? }
        • Player: How are you doing, water spirit?
        • River spirit: Not well. Not feeling well. Not feeling warm. Feeling cold. Still ice in me. No meltwater yet. Spring has not come.
      • Goodbye.
        • Player: Goodbye.
        • (Dialogue ends.)

Cloud spirit[edit | edit source]

  • Cloud spirit: A human! Shall I lower myself to talk to him/her?
  • Cloud spirit: Yes! Yes, I believe I shall talk to him/her!
  • Cloud spirit: Rejoice, human, for I have decided to talk to you!
  • Cloud spirit: What do you wish to talk about with me?
    • Select an Option
      • Where can I find the true Year? (Only appears after starting Holly)
        • Player: Where can I find the true Year?
        • Cloud spirit: Ahaha! You are wise to come to me with your question! I see all things!
        • Cloud spirit: Shall I help the human? Yes! I believe I shall help the human!
        • Cloud spirit: Human! In my overflowing generosity, I shall grant you the fruits of my omniscience and tell you where is this thing that you seek!
        • Cloud spirit: It is high in the air! High above the land of Holly and Hawthorn in which I reside! Oh yes.
        • Cloud spirit: Furthermore, in my infinite benevolence, I shall grant you a boon to help you on your quest!
        • Cloud spirit: No, there is no need to supplicate yourself in gratitude. It is a gift freely given out of the overflowing goodness of my heart. My generosity expands to fill whatever bounds it!
        • The cloud spirit gives you a key.
      • Wow! A talking cloud!
        • Player: Wow! A talking cloud!
        • Cloud spirit: Ahaha! You are rightly amazed by my marvellous magnificence!
        • Cloud spirit: Yes, truly am I a wonder of creation! A sprite of living air!
        • Cloud spirit: Nothing gross or solid is there in my being, but only the purest vapour - and yet, without mouth or vocal cords, I speak!
      • How are you doing, cloud spirit?
        • Player: How are you doing, cloud spirit?
        • Cloud spirit: Oh! I am not well! Oh no! My innermost vortex roils with a tempest of despair! Oh!
        • Cloud spirit: I have had my fill of winter! For months I have blown sharp breezes, made snowflakes dance before the pale sun, and formed white mist from mortals' words!
        • Cloud spirit: I desire spring - I require spring - but spring does not come!
      • Goodbye.
        • Player: Goodbye.
        • (Dialogue ends.)

Searching Rocks[edit | edit source]

  • Water is flowing around this rock and into the cliff face. It looks like the rock is blocking the entrance to a tunnel.
  • (Dialogue ends.)

Using the Cloud key or the Water key on Rocks[edit | edit source]

  • That key doesn't work. Perhaps a different one would.

Using the Stone key on Rocks[edit | edit source]

  • You use the key and the stone disappears.

Using the Water key on Pool[edit | edit source]

  • You use the key and the water drains away.
  • Screen fades to black, and comes back with the water drained away.

Using the Cloud key on Steam cloud[edit | edit source]

  • You use the key and the cloud carries you up a chimney in the rock.

Holly - In the Ice Cave[edit | edit source]

Talking to the Queen of Snow[edit | edit source]

  • Queen of Snow: You found me.
    • Select an Option
      • What are you doing here?
        • Player: What are you doing here?
        • Queen of Snow: I'm sitting.
        • Queen of Snow: On my own, in the...in the last ice cave that's left.
        • Queen of Snow: Holding on to the true Year.
        • (Continues below.)
      • Do you have the true Year?
        • Player: Do you have the true Year?
        • Queen of Snow: ...
        • Queen of Snow: Yes.
        • Queen of Snow: I'm sorry.
        • (Continues below.)
          • Select an Option
            • How can you be in two places at once?
              • Player: How can you be in two places at once?
              • Queen of Snow: I am a personification of a season. You think I should be limited as you are to one point in space?
            • You stole the Year!
              • Player: You stole the Year!
              • Queen of Snow: I did not steal it. I didn't...
              • Queen of Snow: I didn't mean to steal it. It's not something I have complete control over.
              • Queen of Snow: I can't see any future. I don't understand why anyone would want spring to come.
              • Queen of Snow: Winter is ending. Until it returns, the whole world will be dark and empty.
              • Queen of Snow: Why would anyone want that? Why would anyone want to live for months in a world without ice and snow?
                • Select an Option
                  • I hate winter.
                    • Player: I hate winter.
                    • Queen of Snow: I don't understand what you like! What else is there but winter?
                    • (Continues below.)
                  • I like ice and snow.
                    • Player: I like ice and snow.
                    • Queen of Snow: I'm glad you do...but I can't keep hold of the Year forever. I just wish I could see what else there was but winter.
                    • (Continues below.)
                  • What do you mean, dark and empty?
                    • Player: What do you mean, dark and empty?
                    • Queen of Snow: Without ice and snow, what is there? The snow melts, and the whole world is full of...nothing.
                    • (Continues below.)
                      • Select an Option
                        • You mean you can't see anything except the winter?
                          • Player: You mean you can't see anything except the winter?
                          • Queen of Snow: No, I can't. I'm a creature of winter, and I can't perceive anything else.
                          • Queen of Snow: That's why I can't let go. I know I have to let spring happen...but I can't feel it.
                            • Select an Option
                              • Perhaps I could help you to appreciate spring.
                                • Player: Perhaps I could help you to appreciate spring.
                                • Queen of Snow: That would help. If I could just see why spring is beautiful, I would feel able to let go of the Year.
                                • Queen of Snow: But for me to see it, you'd have to make something out of ice.
                                • (Dialogue ends.)
                              • Give the Year back right now!
                              • I'm going to go now.
                        • I hate winter.
                          • (Transcript missing. edit)
                        • I like ice and snow.
                          • (Transcript missing. edit)
                        • I'm going to go now.
                  • I'm going to go now.
            • Give the Year back right now!
              • Player: Give the Year back right now!
              • Queen of Snow: Go lose yourself in a blizzard. I am the Queen of Snow and you will not use that tone with me.
              • (Dialogue ends.)
            • I'm going to go now.
      • I'm going to go now.
        • Player: I'm going to go now.
        • (Dialogue ends.)

Talking to the Queen of Snow again after proposing to help her appreciate spring[edit | edit source]

  • Queen of Snow: You said you would make something to show me spring.
  • (Transcript missing. edit)

Sculpting the ice statue[edit | edit source]

  • Queen of Snow: What are you going to carve?
    • Select an Option
      • A stag.
        • Player: A stag.
        • (Dialogue ends.)
        • The player sculpts an ice statue of a stag.
      • Cute baby animals.
        • Player: Cute baby animals.
        • (Dialogue ends.)
        • The player sculpts an ice statue of cute baby animals.
      • The Easter Bunny bringing eggs.
        • Player: The Easter Bunny bringing eggs.
        • (Dialogue ends.)
        • The player sculpts an ice statue of Easter Bunny lifting an easter egg to the air.
      • Cute baby animals...impaled on swords!
        • (Transcript missing. edit)

Talking to the Queen of Snow again[edit | edit source]

  • Screen fades to black, as a cutscene begins.
  • The Queen of Snow gets up and walks to the ice statue.
  • Queen of Snow: I didn't know you were a such a sculptor, [Player].
    • Select an Option
      • Neither did I!
        • Player: Neither did I!
        • Queen of Snow: What you've made is lovely. I think now I can let go.
        • (Continues below.)
      • Does this help?
        • Player: Does this help?
        • Queen of Snow: Yes. Yes, I think I can let go now.
        • (Continues below.)
      • I made your sculpture, now give me the Year!
        • Player: I made your sculpture, now give me the Year!
        • Queen of Snow: Please...this is difficult for me. Give me some time. A few moments.
        • (Continues below.)
  • Queen of Snow: I've held on for longer than I should have, but still...this seems to be happening so quickly.
  • Queen of Snow: *Sigh*
  • Queen of Snow: I still can't see it, but you've made me believe. I...believe it'll be okay. I'm ready to let go now.
  • The Queen of Snow walks out of the cave, and screen fades to black.
  • Screen fades from black, with the Queen of Snow and the player outside of the ice cave, at the top of a cliff.
  • Queen of Snow: I'm ready to let go. All this gone, for another year. I am ready.
  • Queen of Snow: But first...
  • The Queen of Snow steps forward, to the edge of the cliff.
  • Queen of Snow: Let there be one last snowfall.
  • The Queen of Snow starts fading, and turns into falling snowflakes. Screen fades to black, and the cutscene ends.

Holly - Conclusion[edit | edit source]

Talking to the Queen of Snow after the cutscene[edit | edit source]

  • Queen of Snow: If you have found the Year, you should give it to the Queen of Sunrise.
    • Select an Option
      • Who are you?
        • (Standard dialogue)
      • What is this place?
        • (Standard dialogue)
      • Do you have a task for me?
        • (Standard dialogue)
      • Goodbye.
        • (Standard dialogue)

Presenting the Queen of Sunrise with the true Year[edit | edit source]

  • Queen of Sunrise: You've found it! The real Year!
  • The player gives the true Year to the Queen of Sunrise.
  • The Queen of Sunrise takes the Year.
  • Queen of Sunrise: Where did you find it?
    • Select an Option
      • It was just lying around in a cave.
        • Player: It was just lying around in a cave.
        • Queen of Sunrise: Oh! Ha ha ha! I was all worried over nothing. Oh, I'm such a silly thing. Aren't I, Snowie?
        • Queen of Snow: Oh, no, Your Majesty. You were right to worry. It would have been disastrous for spring to be held back.
        • Queen of Snow: But now that [Player] has found the Year, we can perform the handover right away.
        • Queen of Snow: Okay! Let's do this!
        • (Dialogue ends.)
        • Screen fades to black, cutscene begins
      • The Queen of Snow was hiding it.
        • Player: The Queen of Snow was hiding it.
        • Queen of Sunrise: Oh no! Snowie, is this true?
        • Queen of Snow: I...I'm sorry, Your Majesty.
        • Queen of Sunrise: Oh, no...
        • Queen of Snow: I couldn't bring myself to let go. I deeply apologise for holding back the spring.
        • Queen of Sunrise: Aww, no, Snowie, it's okay. I understand.
        • Queen of Snow: You should perform the handover now, O Queen of Sunrise.
        • Queen of Sunrise: I'll do it now, Snowie. But I'll see you in the autumn, okay?
        • (Dialogue ends.)
        • Screen fades to black, cutscene begins

Final cutscene[edit | edit source]

  • Queen of Sunrise: Stones, shoulder this cold globe; turn it to me. Stream, swallow your cracked ice; run fast; run free.
  • Queen of Sunrise: Cloud, cast your vital rain on this grey ground And[sic] conjure forth all nature's hue and sound.
  • Queen of Sunrise: All spirits, join my alchemy, and sing This[sic] leaden winter into golden spring!
  • Queen of Sunrise lifts the Year to air, causing the Year to shine, and create sunlight, grass and flowers around her. Screen fades to black, and cutscene ends.
Congratulations! You have completed Holly.
  • If Hawthorn has not been started yet
  • Queen of Snow: Mortal, I have my own task for you. Speak to me if you would like to earn an additional reward.
  • (Dialogue ends.)

Talking to the Queen of Sunrise after completing Holly[edit | edit source]

  • Queen of Sunrise: There are still eeevil holly trees around here! You should kill some more for me! It'll charge up the sunbeam crown so you can talk to me more!
    • Select an Option
      • Why should I kill more evil trees?
        • Player: Why should I kill more evil trees?
        • Queen of Sunrise: Kill an evil holly tree and search its stump. That'll add more charges to the crown I gave you.
        • Queen of Sunrise: You can use the charges to teleport straight to evil trees in the real world. If you kill those trees, you get logs! And experience!
        • (Dialogue ends.)
      • Has spring arrived properly now?
        • Player: Has spring arrived properly now?
        • Queen of Sunrise: Yes! Everything is shiny and nice.
        • Queen of Sunrise: Thank you sooo much for your help. You're brilliant.
        • (Dialogue ends.)
    • Goodbye.
      • (Transcript missing. edit)

Talking to the Queen of Snow after completing Holly[edit | edit source]

  • Queen of Snow: Thank you for your help, mortal. It was difficult to let go, but now that I have...I feel free.
    • Before starting Hawthorn
      • Queen of Snow: The Year is safe, but tradition demands that the Queen of Sunrise and I continue to fight. I have a reward for you if you fight on my side.
      • Continue
    • After starting Hawthorn
      • Queen of Snow: You should help to defeat en[sic] evil hawthorn tree if you would earn my reward.
      • Continue
    • After completing Hawthorn
      • Continue
    • Select an Option
      • Who are you?
        • (Standard dialogue)
      • What is this place?
        • (Standard dialogue)
      • Do you have a task for me?
        • (Standard dialogue)
      • I've changed my mind about the sculpture I made.
        • Player: I've changed my mind about the sculpture I made.
        • Queen of Snow: You should be able to return to the ice cave and use a hammer and chisel to modify the statue, if you wish.
        • Queen of Snow: I will always remember the first statue you made for me, though.
        • (Dialogue ends.)
      • Goodbye.
        • (Standard dialogue)

Modifying the Ice statue[edit | edit source]

  • Modify the statue?
    • A stag.
        • (Dialogue ends.)
        • The player sculpts an ice statue of a stag.
    • Cute baby animals.
        • (Dialogue ends.)
        • The player sculpts an ice statue of cute baby animals.
    • The Easter Bunny bringing eggs.
      • (Dialogue ends.)
      • The player sculpts an ice statue of Easter Bunny lifting an easter egg to the air.
    • Cute baby animals...impaled on swords!
      • (Dialogue ends.)
      • The player sculpts an ice statue of a hunter posing over baby animals impaled on swords.
    • Leave the statue as it is.
      • (Transcript missing. edit)

Hawthorn[edit | edit source]

Talking to the Queen of Snow[edit | edit source]

  • Queen of Snow: Welcome to the Land of Holly and Hawthorn, noble visitor.
    • Select an Option
      • Who are you?
        • Player: Who are you?
        • Queen of Snow: I am the Queen of Snow. The all-wise Guthix placed me in command of the forces of snow and ice that dominate the winter of each year.
      • What is this place?
        • Player: What is this place?
          • Queen of Snow: This is the Land of Holly and Hawthorn. It is the wild borderland between my Land of Snow and the Queen of Sunrise's gloomy domain.
          • Queen of Snow: Each spring, the Queen of Sunrise and I meet here to do ritual combat for control of the Year.
      • Do you have a task for me?
        • Player: Do you have a task for me?
        • Queen of Snow: I do.
        • Queen of Snow: Every year, the Queen of Sunrise and I must do battle for the Year. This year, we have chosen evil trees as the mechanism for our combat.
        • Queen of Snow: It is a formality - the Queen of Sunrise is destined to win - but if you help to defeat an evil hawthorn tree then I will give you an icicle crown.
          • If F2P
            • Only RuneScape members can help the Queen of Snow and earn an icicle crown.
            • (Continues below.)
          • If P2P
            • (Same as below.)
              • Select an Option
                • Who are you?
                  • (Transcript missing. edit)
                • What is this place?
                  • (Transcript missing. edit)
                • I'll help you.
                  • Player: I'll help you.
                    • If F2P
                    • If P2P
                      • Start this quest?
                        • Yes
                          • Queen of Snow: Thank you, mortal.
                          • Queen of Snow: If you would fight on my side, you must destroy an evil hawthorn tree. Do not harm the holly trees; they are mine.
                          • Queen of Snow: My son Jack Frost can give you a hatchet and tinderbox.
                          • (Dialogue ends.)
                        • No
                          • (Transcript missing. edit)
                • Goodbye.
                  • Player: Goodbye.
                  • (Transcript missing. edit)
      • Goodbye.
        • (Transcript missing. edit)

Talking to the Queen of Snow after starting Hawthorn[edit | edit source]

  • Appropriate response based on the player's stage completion of Holly
    • Select an Option
      • Who are you?
        • (Transcript missing. edit)
      • What is this place?
        • (Transcript missing. edit)
      • Do you have a task for me?
        • Player: Do you have a task for me?
        • Queen of Snow: It is as I have already told you.
        • Queen of Snow: Every year, the Queen of Sunrise and I must do battle for the Year. This year, we have chosen evil trees as the mechanism for our combat.
        • Queen of Snow: It is a formality - the Queen of Sunrise is destined to win - but if you help to defeat an evil hawthorn tree then I will give you an icicle crown.
          • Select an Option
            • Who are you?
              • (Transcript missing. edit)
            • What is this place?
                • (Transcript missing. edit)
              • I'll help you.
                • Player: I'll help you.
                • Queen of Snow: Thank you, mortal.
                • Queen of Snow: If you would fight on my side, you must destroy an evil hawthorn tree. Do not harm the holly trees; they are mine.
                • Queen of Snow: My son Jack Frost can give you a hatchet and tinderbox.
                • (Dialogue ends.)
      • Goodbye.
        • (Transcript missing. edit)

Talking to Jack Frost after starting Hawthorn[edit | edit source]

  • Jack Frost: Shouldn't you be back at your workshop, bunny? Or does no one WANT your dumb chocolate eggs this year?
  • Easter Bunny: People want eggs more than they want frost on their windows! When did YOU last do something people wanted?
  • Jack Frost: Yeah? I heard people don't even eat easter eggs! They just leave them in their banks for years. How's that make you feel?
    • Select an Option
      • Why are you arguing?
        • (Standard dialogue)
      • Can you give me a hatchet and tinderbox?
        • Player: Can you give me a hatchet and tinderbox?
        • Jack Frost: You're going to cut down some evil hawthorn trees for my mum? Yeah!
        • Jack Frost: See that, you dumb bunny? Player is going to help us keep the Year!
          • If player doesn't have a hatchet in their inventory
            • Jack Frost gives you a hatchet.
            • (Continues below.)
          • If player does have a hatchet in their inventory
            • Jack Frost: You've already got a hatchet.
            • (Continues below.)
          • If player doesn't have a tinderbox in their inventory
            • Jack Frost hands you a tinderbox.
            • (Dialogue ends.)
          • If player does have a tinderbox in their inventory
            • Jack Frost: You've already got a tinderbox.
            • (Dialogue ends.)
      • Goodbye.
        • (Standard dialogue)

Searching an evil hawthorn tree[edit | edit source]

  • You have defeated an evil hawthorn tree. You should speak to the Queen of Snow to claim your reward.

Talking to the Queen of Snow after having cut down an evil hawthorn tree[edit | edit source]

  • Queen of Snow: I sensed you kill an evil hawthorn tree.
  • Queen of Snow: You have my thanks, mortal. It will not prevent the coming of spring, but you have fought on my side, and I will show gratitude.
  • The Queen of Snow gives you an icicle crown.
  • Queen of Snow: If you kill additional evil hawthorn trees, you will charge up the crown, and you will be able to use it to talk to me.
  • (Dialogue ends.)