Dialogue for Adamant dragon (Curse of the Black Stone)

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Talk to Adamant Dragon

  • Player: Hannibus, can you help here?
  • Hannibus: I shall try.
  • Hannibus moves and interacts with the dragon
  • Hannibus: The... rage... it's so strong. By the Olun'dai she's so angry...
  • (Hannibus's eyes glaze over and another voice comes from his mouth.)
  • Adamant dragon's voice: Where are they? They took them! My babies. My babies.
  • Player: Hannibus, are you okay?
  • Hannibus: It's... difficult. She is in so much pain. She has no voice of her own, so I'm lending her mine.
  • Adamant dragons's voice: They took them from me! They took my babies. What is a mother without her children?
    • Can you heat this metal? (Option only appears after finding the metallic object)
      • Adamant dragon's voice: My babies. MY BABIES!
      • Hannibus: She's not listening. You'll need to try and reach her.
        • Oi listen!
          • Hannibus: Yes, because that always works.
          • Adamant dragon's voice: I need to find my babies! My babies. MY BABIES!
          • Hannibus: She's not listening. You'll need to try and reach her.
        • The people who hurt your babies made this!
          • Adamant dragon's voice: No. Keep it away from me. They'll use it to hurt them, they'll hurt my babies if I damage it. My babies. MY BABIES!
          • Hannibus: She's not listening. You'll need to try and reach her.
        • Your baby is cold, warm her up.
          • Adamant dragon's voice: Oh my poor darling. You're cold? Come here now, Granny will make it all better.
          • With a strange lullaby the elderly dragon breaths intense heat onto the metal. It becomes incredibly hot, but does not melt.
          • Metallic object (heated) replaces the metallic object in your inventory.
        • I killed your babies!
          • Adamant dragon's voice: YOU! I'LL KILL YOU! YOU HURT MY BABIES!
          • She lunges towards you, but stops suddenly. You can see the strain on Hannibus's face as he tries to calm her.
          • Hannibus: Please don't do that again.
          • Adamant dragon's voice: My babies. MY BABIES!
          • Hannibus: She's not listening. You'll need to try and reach her.
        • Ask about something else.
    • There are eggs just there.
      • Player: There are eggs just there, look, in the flames.
      • Adamant dragon's voice: Yes. Aren't they beautiful? My grandchildren are great grandchildren. My babies' babies. No. They'll come for them. Come and take them from me. I WON'T LET THEM! Do you hear my darlings? DO YOU HEAR? GRANNY IS HERE! GRANNY WILL KEEP YOU SAFE!
      • Player: I don't think this is getting me anywhere.
    • Can you focus?
      • 'Adamant dragon's voice: I... once... I... Once I could hear them. See them there, playing in the flames. My eldest used to love the flames. Used to skip between them singing about the way it tickled her little feet. I... I don't remember her name. What was her name? No... no... she's screaming. Screaming because it hurts. Screaming because of the rage and fury and I feel it too. I feel it burning inside me. Burning away their names. My darling babies. I can't remember their names. What kind of a mother am I? What kind of a grandmother? I can't remember their names.
      • Hannibus: I'm sorry, Player, I can't bare it. Ask her something else, please. She's so scared, so sad.
    • Who took them?
      • Adamant dragon's voice: They come down the stairs. With claws of sharpened metal, or summoning forth the elements themselves. They come and they cut down my children. They strike them with magic or tear their flesh with their claws. They rip the flesh from their corpses and they steal all the treasures that my babies have found. The treasures that tell their story. That remind them of who they are without the rage. Without the pain. They come for them and they kill them again an again and again until none of them stand. My babies. My poor poor babies.
      • Player: I... maybe we should talk about something else.
    • Oh stop complaining.
      • Hannibus: Have a heart Player, you can't feel it. These poor creatures are in so much pain and their minds are clouded constantly with anger. They barely know who they are. Treat them with a little respect.
    • I'll leave you be.
      • Hannibus: Rest my friend.