Dialogue for Father Urhney

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This transcript involves dialogue with Father Urhney and the player.

Standard dialogue[edit | edit source]

  • Father Urhney: Go away! I'm meditating!
    • Well, that's friendly.
      • Father Urhney: I said go away!
      • Player: Okay, okay. Sheesh, what a grouch.
    • I've come to repossess your house.
      • Father Urhney: On what grounds?
        • Repeated failure to make mortgage repayments.
          • Father Urhney: What? But I don't have a mortgage - I build this house myself!
          • Player: Sorry, I must have got the wrong address. All the houses look the same around here.
          • Father Urhney: What? What houses? This is the only one. What are you talking about?
          • Player: Never mind.
        • I don't know, I just wanted this house.
          • Father Urhney: Oh, go away and stop wasting my time.
    • I've lost that ghostspeak amulet you gave me.
      • Father Urhney sighs.
      • If you have a cramulet
        • Father Urhney: It's probably tangled up in your cramulet.
      • If you really have lost your ghostspeak amulet
        • Father Urhney: How careless can you get? Those things aren't easy to come by, you know! It's a good job I've got a spare.
        • Father Urhney hands you an amulet.
        • Father Urhney: Be more careful this time.
        • Player: Okay, I'll try to be.
    • Can you tell me about the crater?
      • Father Urhney: There were enough people clattering around my house before, and then Zamorak decides he wants a war camp right next to my hut. At least Zamorak has gone now, but he's left his camp littering my swamp.

During the Battle of Lumbridge[edit | edit source]

  • Player: Can you tell me about the battlefield?
    • Father Urhney: There were enough people clattering around my house before, and then Zamorak decides he wants a war camp right next to my hut. Well, I'm not going to move again! At least Saradomin is there to deal with it this time. Maybe you should toddle off to Saradomin's camp and help out. And close the door on the way out!
  • Player: Aren't you afraid of Zamorak?
    • Father Urhney: Yes, I'm terrified. But he's looking the other way, and Saradomin will defeat him soon. So why don't you go and deal with him while I get back to my meditation. I'm sure Saradomin will appreciate it.