Dialogue for Guardian mummy

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This transcript involves dialogue with Guardian mummy and the player.

Standard dialogue[edit | edit source]

  • Guardian mummy: *sigh* Not another one.
  • Player: Another what?
  • Guardian mummy: Another 'archaeologist'. I'm not going to let you plunder my master's tomb you know.
  • Player: That's a shame. Have you got anything else I could do while I'm here?
  • Guardian mummy: If it will keep you out of mischief I suppose I could set something up for you... I have a few rooms full of some things you humans might consider valuable, do you want to give it a go?
  • Play Pyramid Plunder?
    • That sounds like fun; what do I do?
      • Player: That sounds like fun; what do I do?
      • Guardian mummy: You have five minutes to explore the treasure rooms and collect as many artefacts as you can. The artefacts are in the urns, chests and sarcophagi found in each room. There are eight treasure rooms, each subsequent room requires higher thieving skills to both enter the room and thieve from the urns and other containers. The rewards also become more lucrative the further into the tomb you go. You will also have to deactivate a trap in order to enter the main part of each room. When you want to move onto the next room you need to find the correct door first. There are four possible exits... you must open the door before finding out whether it is the exit or not. Opening the doors require picking their locks. Having a lockpick will make this easier.
      • Do you have any more questions?
        • How do I leave the game?
          • Player: How do I leave the game?
          • Guardian mummy: If at any point you decide you need to leave just use a glowing door. The game will end and you will be taken out of the pyramid.
          • Do you have any more questions?
        • How do I get the artefacts?
          • Player: How do I get the artefacts?
          • Guardian mummy: The artefacts are in the urns, chests and sarcophagi. Urns contain snakes that guard them. The sarcophagi take some strength to open. They take a while to open. Of course, Mummies have been known to take a nap in the sarcophagi, so beware. The golden chests generally contain better artefacts, but are also trapped with scarabs!
          • (Continues above)
        • What do I do with the artefacts I collect?
          • Player: What do I do with the artefacts I collect?
          • Guardian mummy: There are a number of different artefacts, of three main types. The least valuable are the pottery statuettes and scarabs, and the ivory combs. Next are the stone scarabs, statuettes and seals, and finally the gold versions of those artefacts. They are not old, but are well made.
          • Player: What do I do with artefacts once I've collected them?
          • Guardian mummy: That Simon Simpleton, I mean Templeton, will probably give you some money for them. He couldn't spot a real artefact if it came up to him and bit him in the face. He usually slinks about near the pyramid north-east of Sophanem. I expect he's trying to get some poor fools to steal things from that pyramid as well. I expect he'll give you more gold for some than others.
          • Do you have any more questions?
            • How do I leave the game?
            • What about the chests and sarcophagi?
            • What's this I hear about a Golden Sceptre?
              • Player: What's this I've heard about a Golden Sceptre?
              • Guardian mummy: Where did you hear about that?
              • Player: I couldn't possibly say.
              • Guardian mummy: It's the only genuinely valuable artefact in this place. It links all the great pyramids in the area, and can be used to travel between them. It requires charging with offerings of fine craftsmanship, that's why we have so many spare artefacts lying around. Anyway, I won't let you get your grubby little hands on the sceptre.
              • (Continues above)
            • I'm ready to give it a go now.
        • I'm ready to give it a go now.
          • The player enters the first room of Pyramid Plunder.
    • Not right now.
      • Player: Not right now.
      • Guardian mummy: Well, get out of here then.
    • I know what I'm doing, so let's get on with it.
      • The player enters the first room of Pyramid Plunder.

"Recharge Sceptre" option[edit | edit source]

If the player doesn't have a sceptre[edit | edit source]

  • Guardian mummy: You don't have any sceptres to recharge.

If the player has a sceptre[edit | edit source]

  • (Transcript missing. edit)

Using a non-sceptre item on him[edit | edit source]

  • The Mummy is not interested in this.