Transcript of Enlightened Journey

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This transcript involves dialogue with Auguste, Bob (Enlightened Journey), and the player.

Starting Out[edit | edit source]

  • Auguste: Greetings! Would you like to be my number one accomplice? I mean, assistant?
  • Player: Who are you?
  • Auguste: I am Auguste. I am going to be the first balloonist in all of Gielinor!
  • Player: Balloo-what? I thought only monks lived on Entrana.
  • Auguste: Well, they do...I was a monk. But I'm so sick of living on this island! I want to explore new frontiers!
  • Player: And go where no man has gone before?
  • Auguste: Maybe! That sounds good. I was thinking just over to Taverley, though.
  • Player: Why not take the boat then?
  • Auguste: Ugh! Ocean! Don't talk to me about the ocean...oh dear...I think I feel ill.
  • Player: Whoa, ok, no ocean. How exactly are you going to get off the island, then?
  • Auguste: I have devised a new way to travel. But I need an assistant balloonist to help me build my design. Are you an experienced adventurer willing to help me?
  • (Quest Overview interface opens.)
    • Not right now
      • (Dialogue ends)
    • Accept quest
      • If the player does not have the requirements to start the quest:
        • You do not meet the requirements to start : 'Enlightened Journey'.[sic]
      • If the player has the requirements to start the quest:
        • Player: Yes! Sign me up.
        • Auguste: Wonderful! Let's get started.
        • Player: Wait. I still don't know exactly what we're doing.
        • Auguste: Of course, of course, how foolish of me. Well, we are going to make a balloon.
        • Player: Which is what exactly?
        • Auguste: Let me show you!
        • Auguste shows the player a map
        • Player: How exactly do you plan to get to Taverley in that? How will it work?
        • Auguste: Have you noticed how ashes float above fires for long periods of time?
          • Umm, yes. What's your point?
            • Player: What's your point?
            • Auguste: Don't you see? It's the hot air! It rises, taking the ashes with it. I had this epiphany while I was at the glass blower's house. If we pump hot air into an envelope it will rise because it is lighter than the cold air around it.
            • Player: Come again?
            • Auguste: We are going to sew a big sack and light a fire under it. Once the sack fills with hot air it will begin to rise, taking us along with it in the basket.
            • Player: You seem pretty confident about this. Have you tested it?
            • Auguste': Well, no. You see, I don't have the materials here to make any test balloons. That's where you come in! You are going to collect materials for two test runs of the balloon. You will need to get three sheets of papyrus, one ball of wool, one full sack of potatoes, and one unlit candle.
            • Player: What am I supposed to do with all that junk?
            • Auguste: When you have all of it, bring it to me and I'll explain what to do next. Any questions?
            • Player: Where do I get all this stuff?
            • Auguste: You're the adventurer, you should know! Think of logical places, like, churches; they have tons of candles.
          • Err, no. I can't see that kind of detail.
            • Player: Err, no. I can't see that kind of detail.
            • Auguste: You don't? Oh...well...it's just, they rise, you know, from the fire... Maybe you should pay more attention to things!
            • (Same as above)

Origami Experiments[edit | edit source]

Gathering materials[edit | edit source]

  • Auguste: Have you gotten the materials?
    • Yes.
      • Player: Yes.
        • (If the player doesn't actually have all the materials)
          • (Continues below after "What do I need to get again?")
        • (If the player does have all the materials)
          • Auguste: Good, you have everything! Now, I need you to create an origami balloon.
          • Player: How do you make the origami balloon?
          • Auguste: First, use the papyrus on the ball of wool. The papyrus is folded into an origami box and the yarn will support the heat source. Next, add the unlit candle to the balloon structure. It will act as the heat source. Once you have done that let me know and we will begin our experiment.
    • No.
      • Player: No.
      • Auguste: Failure is not an option.
    • (If player does not have all items in inventory) What do I need to get again?
      • Player: What do I need to get again?
        • (If the player has none of the required materials)
          • Auguste: You don't seem to have any of the materials. You need a ball of wool, three sheets of papyrus, an unlit candle, and a full sack of potatoes.
        • (If the player has the candle, but not the wool, papyrus or potatoes)
          • Auguste: You need a ball of wool, papyrus, and a full sack of potatoes.
        • (If the player has the wool, but not the papyrus, candle or potatoes)
          • Auguste: You need more papyrus, a full sack of potatoes, and an unlit candle.
        • (If the player has the papyrus, but not the candle, wool or potatoes)
          • Auguste: You need a ball of wool, an unlit candle, and a full sack of potatoes.
        • (If the player has the potatoes, but not the candle, wool or papyrus)
          • Auguste: You need a ball of wool, an unlit candle, and papyrus.
        • (If the player has the candle and wool, but not the papyrus and potatoes)
          • Auguste: You need more papyrus and a full sack of potatoes.
        • (If the player has the candle and papyrus, but not the wool and potatoes)
          • Auguste: You need more papyrus, and a ball of wool.
        • (If the player has the candle and potatoes, but not the wool and papyrus)
          • Auguste: You need more papyrus, and a ball of wool.
        • (If the player has the wool and papyrus, but not the candle and potatoes)
          • Auguste: You need an unlit candle and a full sack of potatoes.
        • (If the player has the wool and potatoes, but not the candle and papyrus)
          • Auguste: You need papyrus and an unlit candle.
        • (If the player has the papyrus and potatoes, but not the candle and wool)
          • Auguste: You need a ball of wool and an unlit candle.
        • (If the player has everything except the candle)
          • Auguste: You need an unlit candle.
        • (If the player has everything except the wool)
          • Auguste: You need a ball of wool.
        • (If the player has everything except the papyrus)
          • Auguste: You need more papyrus.
        • (If the player has everything except the potatoes)
          • Auguste: You need a sack full of potatoes.

Talking to Auguste again without an origami balloon[edit | edit source]

  • (If the player has the materials needed to make an origami balloon)
    • Player: How do you make the origami balloon?
    • Auguste: First, use the papyrus on the ball of wool. The papyrus is folded into an origami box and the yarn will support the heat source. Next, add the unlit candle to the balloon structure. It will act as the heat source. Once you have done that let me know and we will begin our experiment.
  • (If the player does not have the materials to make an origami balloon)
    • How do you make the origami balloon?
      • (Same as above)
    • I lost some items, what do I need again?
      • Player: I lost some items, what do I need again?
      • (Same as above after "What do I need to get again?" in previous conversation)

Talking to Auguste again with an origami balloon[edit | edit source]

  • Player: I finished the origami balloon!
  • Auguste: Wonderful! I'll take that, and we'll conduct our first experiment.
  • Cutscene starts. The player releases the origami balloon, which floats away for a while before catching fire.
  • Auguste: That was perfect. My hypothesis was right!
  • Player: Did you not see the burning?
  • Auguste: One more test. Then we shall proceed.
  • Player: Burning? Fire? Hello?
  • Auguste: We shall meekly go! No...no...it needs to sound grander. We shall cautiously go...
  • Player: We're doomed.
  • Cutscene ends.

Thinking a bit bigger[edit | edit source]

  • Auguste: Do you have the other two sheets of papyrus and a full sack of potatoes?
    • Yes, I have them here.
      • Player: Yes, I have them here.
        • (If the player is missing the potatoes)
          • Auguste: You need a full sack of potatoes.
        • (If the player is missing the papyrus)
          • Auguste: You need more papyrus.
        • (If the player has neither potatoes nor papyrus)
          • Auguste: You need a full sack of potatoes and more papyrus.
        • (If the player has the potatoes and papyrus)
          • Auguste: Commendable. If I may have those, I will construct this experiment.
          • Cutscene starts. The player releases a larger balloon, which floats away without catching fire. An angry mob appears.
          • Bob: Destroy the floating thing!
          • The floating thing is destroyed
          • Player: Well, that went down like a lead balloon.
          • Cutscene ends
    • Oh, I've misplaced them.
      • Player: Oh, I've misplaced them.
      • Auguste: Failure is not an option.

Making the Balloon[edit | edit source]

  • Player: Those peasants... where did they come from?
  • Auguste: Ahh, the flash mob phenomenon. Many have hypothesized that they are beings of great power sent to smite those who question the gods.
  • Player: And this isn't worrying because...?
  • Auguste: Don't worry! I know exactly what I'm doing. Those experiments went extraordinarily well.
  • Player: Was I the ONLY one who saw them burning? BURNING???
  • Auguste: Yes, very well indeed. Now we will start building the balloon that will carry us off the island. This task will be much greater than the last two. I hope you are prepared for it.
  • Player: This is madness.
  • Auguste: You need to get the following items:
    Yellow dye
    Red dye
    Ten pieces of silk
    A clay bowl
    and eight sandbags.
  • Auguste: Sandbags can be made by getting empty sacks and filling them at the sand pit here on Entrana. However, there are other sand pits around the world that will work as well; there is one in Yanille, Rellekka, and Zanaris. You can bring items back to me as you get them, while you are waiting for the tree to grow.
  • Player: What tree?
  • Auguste: I am going to give you a willow sapling and a basket of apples. You must plant the willow sapling at a tree patch. If you give the basket of apples to the gardener near the patch, he will look after the tree for you while it grows. Don't lose the sapling! It took me a long time to save up enough for one. If you do, you'll have to pay me 30,000 coins for a new one. Once the tree is fully grown, cut twelve branches from it using secateurs. Bring the branches back here and use them on the metal frame on the platform to create the basket. Here you go. Now be very careful not to lose it!

Handing in the items[edit | edit source]

  • Auguste: Do you have anything for me?
    • (If there are no more items to hand in)
      • Auguste: That's the last of it!
      • (Continues below)
    • Yes, I want to give you some items.
      • Player: Yes, I want to give you some items.
        • (If dyes haven't been handed in) Dye.
          • Player: Here's the dye.
            • (If player has yellow dye)
              • Auguste: Ah, wonderful, yellow dye. Thank you.
              • (Continues below)
            • (If player has red dye)
              • Auguste: Red dye! Thank you.
              • (Return to previous options)
            • (If player doesn't have any dye)
              • Auguste: You don't have any dye with you.
              • Auguste: I need red and yellow dye for the balloon.
              • (Return to previous options)
        • (If sandbags haven't been handed in) Sandbags.
          • Player: Here are the sandbags.
            • (If player has eight sandbags)
              • Auguste: Sandbags, thank you. This will allow us to change height.
              • (Return to previous option)
            • (If player doesn't have any sandbags)
              • Auguste: You don't have enough sandbags. Please bring me eight.
              • Auguste: Sandbags can be made by getting empty sacks and filling them at the sandpit here on Entrana.
              • Auguste: However, there are other sand pits around the world that will work as well.
              • (Return to previous options)
        • (If silk hasn't been handed in) Silk.
          • Player: Here's the silk.
            • (If player has ten pieces of silk)
              • Auguste: Silk for the balloon, thank you.
              • (Return to previous options)
            • (If player doesn't have any silk)
              • Auguste: You don't have enough silk. Please bring me ten pieces.
              • (Return to previous options)
        • (If bowl hasn't been handed in) Bowl.
          • Player: Here's the bowl.
            • (If player has a bowl)
              • Auguste: Ah the bowl. This will be used to hold the fuel while it heats the air in the balloon.
              • (Returns to previous options)
            • (If player doesn't have a bowl)
              • Auguste: I need a plain clay-fired bowl; they're quite ease to come by.
              • (Return to previous options)
        • Never mind.
          • Player: Never mind.
    • I'm having trouble finding some items.
      • Player: I'm having some trouble finding some of the items.
      • Auguste: What do you need help with?
        • (If dyes haven't been handed in) Dye.
          • Auguste: I was told a while ago that there was a witch who made dye in Draynor Village. Maybe you should start by looking there.
        • (If sandbags haven't been handed in) Sandbags.
          • Auguste: Sandbags can be made by getting empty sacks and filling them at the sandpit here on Entrana. However, there are other sand pits around the world that will work as well; there is one in Yanille, Rellekka, and Zanaris.
        • (If silk hasn't been handed in) Silk.
          • Auguste: Hmm, I believe silk is imported from the desert. Perhaps someone there can tell you where to find it.
        • (If bowl hasn't been handed in) Bowl.
          • Auguste: I think there is a spare one in the glass blower's house. I rent a room from him there, so I don't think he'll mind you taking it.
        • Never mind.
          • Player: Never mind.
    • I have lost my willow sapling. Can I buy a replacement?
      • Player: I have lost my willow sapling. Can I buy a replacement?
      • Auguste: It will cost you 30,000 gold coins to replace it, do you want to pay that?
        • Yes.
          • If the player is carrying the sapling
            • Auguste: You already have one! Don't be greedy.
          • If the player has lost the sapling
            • Auguste: Here you go. Now be very careful not to lose it again!
        • No way!
          • Player: No way!

Talking to Auguste once all items have been handed in[edit | edit source]

  • Auguste: You just need to build the basket and I can finish the balloon! How are you getting on with the willow?
    • I have lost my willow sapling. Can I buy a replacement?
      • Player: I have lost my willow sapling. Can I buy a replacement?
      • Auguste: It will cost you 30,000 gold coins to replace it, do you want to pay that?
        • Yes.
          • If the player is carrying the sapling
            • Auguste: You already have one! Don't be greedy.
          • If the player has lost the sapling
            • Auguste: Here you go. Now be very careful not to lose it again!
        • No way!
          • Player: No way!
    • What do I do again?
      • Player: What do I do again?
      • Auguste: Use the willow sapling I gave you to grow a willow tree. Cut twelve branches from it using secateurs. Use the branches on the platform here.
    • Fine thanks.
      • Player: Fine thanks.

Using fewer than twelve willow branches on the platform[edit | edit source]

You do not have enough willow branches.

Using at least twelve willow branches on the platform[edit | edit source]

  • Auguste: Great! Let me just put it together and we'll be ready to lift off! Speak to me again in a moment.

Instructions[edit | edit source]

  • Auguste: Well, let's get going!
  • Player: Wait; tell me what we're doing.
  • Auguste: Theoretically, we are ready for the maiden voyage.
  • Player: Theoretically?
  • Auguste: Well, of course. With you piloting I am sure we will survive.
  • Player: WHAT!? This is your balloon! Why aren't you going to pilot it? And what do mean 'survive'? You never said anything about me flying this bird!
  • Auguste: Don't be silly. I'm not going to pilot it. We will be safe in the basket, the only thing we will lose are the logs. You will pilot it, won't you?
  • Player: Fine, I will. So how do I control the balloon?
  • Auguste: Wonderful! Let me explain my hypothesis on how to control a balloon.
  • Player: Oh no, not another hypothesis!
  • Auguste: The balloon needs ten normal logs for fuel. I believe the balloon will be controlled based on weight, so you must not have more than 40kg with you. Also, I seem to have lost my tinderbox, do you think you could bring one? We need it to light the fire.
  • Player: And here, I thought all the legwork was done. Fine, I'll bring a tinderbox.
  • Auguste: Right! So, the balloon mechanics. Your prime direction will always be to land the balloon on the target at the end of our route. I've written to some friends in Taverley who have kindly painted one on the ground there. We must avoid everything, because the balloon is very fragile. Even clouds will be dangerous! But if my calculations are correct, we will be able to squeeze through some surprising spaces, if you pilot it well. Those sandbags you made earlier will give the balloon a big lift when dropped, whereas adding the logs will only make it rise a little bit. But don't use them up too quickly! We have no way of replenishing them. If you do run out of logs and sandbags you will not be able to go up any longer. Just make the best of it and hope we can make it to our destination without going upwards. I've added two ropes, the red one is an emergency rope, it will let the hot air out of the balloon and we will drop quickly. The other rope will only drop us a little. If we get into tribb...beg your pardon, trouble, in all likelihood we will crash. But do not fear! We should be fine. Just make sure you come back to Entrana so we can try again. If it all goes horribly wrong, you can always bail. If we're still over Entrana, we can land quickly and try again. However, once past the island, we will crash. Are you ready to go?
  • Player: Okay.

Crash Site[edit | edit source]

[If you crash]

  • The balloon crashes.
  • Auguste: Well, that didn't go as planned.
  • Player: So what now? How will we get the balloon back?
  • Auguste: I'll have to get one of the monks to come pick it up. You head back on your own; just follow the path. I'll meet you back at Entrana.
  • You walk away from the crash site.
  • Player: The crash must have really sent us off course. I'm near Falador!

Finishing[edit | edit source]

  • Auguste: We have traveled in a way that no man has traveled before! The next step will be to go where no men have gone before. Player, it has been a privilege flying with you. For all your hard work, I give you this jacket and cap for future ballooning adventures.
Quest Complete
  • Player: So what are you going to do now?
  • Auguste: I am considering starting a balloon enterprise. People all over Runescape will be able to travel in a new, exciting way. As my first assistant, you will always be welcome to use a balloon. You'll have to bring your own fuel, though.
  • Player: Thanks!
  • Auguste: I will base my operations in Entrana. If you'd like to travel to new places, come see me there. Do you want to use the balloon? Just so you know, some locations require special logs and high Firemaking skills.