Dialogue for Gertrude

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This transcript involves dialogue with Gertrude and the player.

Standard dialogue[edit | edit source]

  • Choose an option:
    • Do you have any more kittens?
      • Player: Do you have any more kittens?
      • If the player doesn't have a kitten:
        • Gertrude: Indeed I have. They are 100 coins each, do you want one?
        • Select an option
          • If you are wearing a Ring of charos (a)
            • Accept the offered kitten.
              • Player has 100 coins removed from them.
              • Player receives pet kitten.
              • Gertrude gives you another kitten.
            • Don't buy a kitten.
              • Player: No thanks.
          • If you are wearing a Ring of charos (a)
            • [Charm] Ask to choose your own kitten.
            • Gertrude: Well okay, but they're all just as cuddly as each other.
            • (Kitten selection interface opens.)
            • Player has 100 coins removed from them.
            • Player receives pet kitten.
            • Gertrude gives you another kitten.
      • If the player already has a kitten:
        • Gertrude: Aren't you still raising that other kitten? Only once it's fully grown and it no longer needs your attention will I let you have another kitten.
    • Can you tell me how to look after my cat?
      • Player: Can you tell me how to look after my cat?
      • Gertrude: I'm so glad you asked. What is it you need to know?
      • Select an option
        • What should I feed my cat?
          • Player: What should I feed my cat?
          • Gertrude: You'll find that most sorts of fish will help keep your cat growing and happy, although I don't think Fluffs liked eels much. As for drink, buckets of milk are the best. Remember, if you don't feed your cat, it is likely to run away - understandable, really.
          • Player: Thanks for the advice.
          • Gertrude: Is there anything more you need to know?
          • Select an option
            • No, thank you. I'll be off now.
              • Player: No, thank you. I'll be off now.
            • How can I keep my cat happy?
            • What sorts of cat are there?
        • How can I keep my cat happy?
          • Player: How can I keep my cat happy?
          • Gertrude: You can stroke it, of course. All cats like to be stroked. If you are feeling a bit more energetic you can play with balls of yarn; cats enjoy playing with those. I've also heard that skilled craftsmen can make clockwork mice as cat toys. If this all seems a bit too much like effort, remember that a bored cat will run away in search of adventure.
          • Player: Thanks for the advice.
          • Gertrude: Is there anything more you need to know?
          • Select an option
        • What sorts of cat are there?
          • Player: What sorts of cat are there?
          • Gertrude: Well, you know that a kitten will grow into a cat if you feed and treat it well. You can, however, go a bit far and end up with an overgrown cat. I've heard that there are secret methods for training an overgrown cat into a wily cat. You have to keep wily cats on their toes, though, or they can easily become lazy cats. Even more extreme are hellcats; if your cat eats too many hellrats then they turn into one! Luckily, a drink of milk sorts this out.
          • Player: Thanks for the advice.
          • Gertrude: Is there anything more you need to know?
          • Select an option
    • Talk about the 'Ratcatchers' quest.