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Contents

Pre-quest[edit | edit source]

Cooks' Guild[edit | edit source]

Interacting with the crate of luxurious lemons[edit | edit source]

  • Looks like the Cooks' Guild are storing these luxurious lemons for something.

Interacting with the range[edit | edit source]

  • Cooks' Guild Apprentice: Che baccalà! Don't touch that stove! I am preparing some very delicate recipes over there.

Using a bucket on the barrel of salt[edit | edit source]

  • Player: Putting salt this exquisite into a bucket would be reckless. I should get a pot instead!

Using a bucket on the barrel of Vinegar[edit | edit source]

  • You have no use for this vinegar right now.

Using a pot on the barrel of salt[edit | edit source]

  • You have no use for this salt right now.

Using a pot on the barrel of Vinegar[edit | edit source]

  • Player: Putting vinegar this exquisite in a pot would be ridiculous. I should get a bucket instead!

Talking to Cooking Guild Apprentice[edit | edit source]

  • Cooks' Guild Apprentice: Not now, I am trying to perfect my newest, secret recipe. If you want some instructions, go talk to the Easter Bunny as he is Fetemaster.

Talking to Cooking Guild Journeywoman[edit | edit source]

  • Choose an option:
    • Who are you?
      • Cooks' Guild Journeywoman: I am a Journeywoman Chef of the Cooks' Guild. I have studied the fine culinary arts to cook, brew, and bake a variety of dishes!
      • Player: If that's the case, then why haven't I ever seen you at the Cooks' Guild Headquarters near Varrock?
      • Cooks' Guild Journeywoman: Not every cook in the guild likes to work in that windmill you know! Some of us prefer a kitchen of our own. It's also my responsibility to train or pompous- I mean prodigious apprentice.
      • (Returns to the previous options.)
    • How can I help?
      • Cooks' Guild Journeywoman: You might want to talk to the Easter Bunny first, they have a better idea.
    • See you later!
      • (Dialogue terminates.)

Crafting Guild[edit | edit source]

Interacting with Crafting Guild's Furnace[edit | edit source]

  • I don't need to use the furnace right now.

Interacting with Crafting Guild's Workbench[edit | edit source]

  • You don't need to use the workbench right now.

Talking to Crafting Guild Apprentice[edit | edit source]

  • Crafting Guild Apprentice: I can't talk right now, I've got to finish the project we will be presenting later. If you need some assistance, go talk to the Easter Bunny first. They will have a better idea of what is going on.

Talking to Crafting Guild Journeyman[edit | edit source]

  • Crafting Guild Journeyman: Aye'm t'journeyman t'Crafting Guil.
  • Player: Errr...
  • Crafting Guild Journeyman: Hive carry ma trade fa an wide fo clinze ferring from t'opulen kins to t'destitute popas.
  • Player: I'm sorry?
  • Crafting Guild Journeyman: Ere aftis fet, aye um facin m'greates chatenge: n'apenteece o can craf.
  • Player: I'm sorry, I think I missed that last bit-
  • Crafting Guild Journeyman: Ehaps yuz can elp em off?
  • Player: I think I will ask the apprentice if I can help them out...

Talking to Ames the Courtier[edit | edit source]

  • Player: Hey.
  • Ames the Courtier: This Fete is truly magnificient don't you think!?
  • Player: It's really impressive!

Talking to Fishing Guild Apprentice[edit | edit source]

  • Fishing Guild Apprentice: I could put the shark... inside the tuna? And then put... Nah, that wouldn't work...
  • Player: Hello?
  • The apprentice is lost in thought and doesn't seem to notice you.

Talking to Invention Guild Journeyman[edit | edit source]

  • Invention Guild Journeyman: Welcome to the Eastertime Fete!
  • Player: Thank you! Do you need any assistance?
  • Invention Guild Journeyman: Nah, we're good thanks, but feel free to use the workbench behind me if you need it!
  • Player: Awww, thanks!
  • Invention Guild Journeyman: No problem! Enjoy the Fete!

Talking to Smithing Guild Apprentice[edit | edit source]

  • Smithing Guild Apprentice: Hey there! Have you heard about the smithing guild at the Eastertime Fete?
  • Player: I hadn't actually, do you need a hand with anything?
  • Smithing Guild Apprentice: No thanks, we're working on something rather secret, but we've got it covered!
  • Player: Okay! Do you mind if I use the furnace and forge?
  • Smithing Guild Apprentice: Not at all, go right ahead!
  • Player: Thank you!
  • Smithing Guild Apprentice: You're welcome!

The Guilded Eggstravaganza![edit | edit source]

Starting off[edit | edit source]

Talking to Easter Bunny[edit | edit source]

Initial conversation[edit | edit source]
  • (First time only)
    • Easter Bunny: Hello Player, Happy Easter!
    • Player: Hey there! Happy Easter as well. Is the fayre back in town?
    • Easter Bunny: We're actually doing something a little different this year! Welcome to the Eastertime Fete! It's a celebration of Easter and Spring, as a[sic] well as a time of renewal and growth! King Roald and Duke Horacio have both worked tirelessly to prepare this fete for all of the participating guilds. So, take your time, have a gander round and enjoy the festivities!
    • Player: It all looks amazing, I will for sure!
    • Easter Bunny: Also, if you have a free moment, I might need your help with something.
    • (Continues below)
Subsequent conversations[edit | edit source]
  • Select an option
    • Talk about 'Guilded Eggstravaganza'... (Quest)
      • (If quest has not been accepted yet)
        • Easter Bunny: How would you fancy helping out with the Fete?
          • Quest interface opens.
            • Not right now
              • Easter Bunny: Ah, well if you change your mind I'll be here...
            • Accept quest
              • Player: How can I help?
              • Easter Bunny: Ah yes! You see all the guilds gathered around the Fete? They're actually involved in a little competition!
              • Player: Oh! That's really exciting! What kind of competition is it?
              • Easter Bunny: Well, we decided that we wanted to celebrate each of the guilds' unique specialities. So, we have offered up a special prize for the guild that shows off the best way of celebrating Easter! However, I've heard that some of the guild apprentices are in need of a helping hand.
              • Player: And that's where I come in?
              • Easter Bunny: That's where you come in. I have a list of guilds here and what they need help with... Let's see! The Crafting Guild Apprentice needs someone to help them craft a gilded egg. The Cooks' Guild Apprentice needs someone to help them create a secret recipe. The Fishing Guild Apprentice needs to do something with a swordfish, a shark and a tuna? Not gonna lie, that one concerns me a bit. And that's it!
              • Player: Alright, I'm on the case.
              • Easter Bunny: Good luck!
      • (After accepting the quest, but before completing anything)
        • Player: Which guilds still need help?
        • Easter Bunny: Let's see!
        • (The lines corresponding the undone tasks are shown:)
          • Easter Bunny: The Crafting Guild Apprentice needs someone to help them craft a gilded egg.
          • Easter Bunny: The Cooks' Guild Apprentice needs someone to help them create a secret recipe.
          • Easter Bunny: The Fishing Guild Apprentice needs to do something with a swordfish, a shark and a tuna?
          • (Continues below.)
        • Easter Bunny: And that's it!
        • Player: Alright, I'm on the case.
        • Easter Bunny: Good luck!
    • Talk about 'Avoiding Dental Catastrophe'...
    • Who are you?
    • Goodbye.
      • Easter Bunny: Take care, have a happy Easter!

Cooks' Guild[edit | edit source]

Talking to Cooks' Guild Journeywoman[edit | edit source]

  • Choose an option:
    • Who are you?
    • How can I help?
      • Cooks' Guild Journeywoman: Can you assist my hapless apprentice? His 'brilliance' is impeding the work needed for what we are presenting.
      • Do you want to help the apprentice?
        • Yes.
          • Cooks' Guild Journeywoman: Talk to my apprentice, they are responsible for what we are presenting.
        • No, not yet.
          • Cooks' Guild Journeywoman: I understand. I have no idea how we will even be able to present anything by the end of the competition...
    • See you later!
      • (Dialogue terminates.)

Talking to Cooks' Guild Apprentice before agreeing to help with the journeywoman[edit | edit source]

  • Cooks' Guild Apprentice: This will never do! Why must be burden of my vast creativity impair my ability co cook.[sic]
  • Player: Hello, I heard you might need some help!
  • Cooks' Guild Apprentice: Even with my brilliance I can't seem to create my cake masterpiece. Perhaps I do need someone to help me out. Would you be willing to?
  • Do you want to help the apprentice?
    • Yes.
      • Player: What exactly did you have in mind?
      • Cooks' Guild Apprentice: We will be making a delicacy no one has ever thought of. The exquisite 'cake of pies'[sic]
      • Player: A cake of pies…?
      • Cooks' Guild Apprentice: But of course! A literal cake made from pies.
      • Player: Don't you think that's kind of superfluous?
      • Cooks' Guild Apprentice: Nonsense! Innovation is built on experimentation! Take an uncooked berry pie, an uncooked meat pie, an uncooked apple pie and a cake tin; then combine them at the range over there.
      • Choose an option:
        • What do you need help making?
          • Cooks' Guild Apprentice: To make the cake of pies, you must take an uncooked redberry pie, an uncooked meat pie, and uncooked apple pie and a cake tin, then combine them at the range over there.
          • (Returns to the previous options.)
          • Can I have the supplies necessary?
        • Cooks' Guild Apprentice: Why would I give you supplies? What do I look like, the Church of Saradomin?
          • (Returns to the previous options.)
        • I'll be back later.
        • Cooks' Guild Apprentice: Let's get cooking then!
    • No, not yet.
      • Cooks' Guild Apprentice: I guess I will figure this out on my own then.

Talking to Cooks' Guild Apprentice after agreeing to help with the journeywoman[edit | edit source]

  • Choose an option:
    • What do you need help making?
      • (First time:)
        • Player: What exactly did you have in mind?
        • Cooks' Guild Apprentice: We will be making a delicacy no one has ever thought of. The exquisite 'cake of pies'[sic]
        • Player: A cake of pies...?
        • Cooks' Guild Apprentice: But of course! A literal cake made from pies.
        • Player: Don't you think that's kind of superfluous?
        • Cooks' Guild Apprentice: Nonsense! Innovation is built on experimentation! Take an uncooked redberry pie, an uncooked meat pie, and uncooked apple pie and a cake tin; then combine them at the range over there.
        • (Returns to the previous options.)
      • (Subsequent times:)
        • Cooks' Guild Apprentice: To make the cake of pies, you must take an uncooked redberry pie, an uncooked meat pie, and uncooked apple pie and a cake tin, then combine them at the range over there.
        • (Returns to the previous options.)
    • (Only after asking the first question:)
      • Can I have the supplies necessary?
        • Cooks' Guild Apprentice: Why would I give you supplies? What do I look like, the Church of Saradomin?
        • (Returns to the previous options.)
    • I'll be back later.
      • Cooks' Guild Apprentice: Let's get cooking then!

Talking to Cooks' Guild Journeywoman after agreeing to help the apprentice[edit | edit source]

  • Choose an option:
    • Who are you?
    • How can I help?
      • Cooks' Guild Journeywoman: Help my apprentice with whatever he is making, hopefully his skill will match his creativity.
    • See you later!
      • (Dialogue terminates.)

Cooking at the range[edit | edit source]

Using a non-quest food item[edit | edit source]

  • Cooks' Guild Apprentice: Che baccalà! Stop touching that stove! Come talk to me so we can properly prepare something.
Without all of the ingredients[edit | edit source]
  • Are you sure you want to make this... cake of pies?
    • Yes
      • Cooks' Guild Apprentice: Mon dieu, we seem to be missing ingredients....
      • You are missing the following:
      • (The missing ones are shown:)
        • - Cake tin
        • - Uncooked berry pie
        • - Uncooked meat pie
        • - Uncooked apple pie
    • No
      • (Dialogue terminates.)
With all of the ingredients[edit | edit source]
  • You bake the cake of pies...successfully?
  • Take your cake of pies back to the Cooks' Guild Apprentice!

Returning to the apprentice after baking the cake[edit | edit source]

  • Choose an option:
    • Here is the cake of pies.
      • Cooks' Guild Apprentice: This looks absolutely sumptuous! I am expecting only the highest accolades from the Journeywoman Chef!
      • Cooks' Guild Journeywoman: This…WHAT IS THIS?
      • The journeywoman takes the cake.
      • Cooks' Guild Apprentice: It is a cake of pies, made from…
      • Cooks' Guild Journeywoman: This cake is a shambling, culinary disaster! I'd rather eat a cooked hide of Kalphite Larva than another bite of this. Send it back and come up with something original!
      • Cooks' Guild Apprentice: That clearly didn't work. Maybe we could try something different.
      • Player: I would certainly agree. What could we make instead?
      • Cooks' Guild Apprentice: Well, there was a mix-up with deliveries and shipments, and a crate full of luxurious lemons were sent here alongside us. Maybe we could make a pie…out of lemons?
      • Player: I think that might be the best idea you've had thus far!
      • Cooks' Guild Apprentice: To make a lemon pie, we will need one egg, one pie shell, and one luxurious lemon. Take all three ingredients and cook it at our range over there. Making a pie shell is easy, just combine some pastry dough and a pie dish.
      • Player: That all seems pretty straight forward, though where am I supposed to find a luxurious lemon?
      • Cooks' Guild Apprentice: There are luxurious lemons in the crate right there. They're free to take, compliments of the Cook's Guild!
      • Player: I'm on it!
        • Choose an option:
          • What do you need help making?
            • Cooks' Guild Apprentice: To make a lemon pie, we will need one egg, one pie shell, and one luxurious lemon. Take all three ingredients and cook it at our range over there. Making a pie shell is easy, just combine some pastry dough and a pie dish.
            • Player: That all seems pretty straight forward, though where am I supposed to find a luxurious lemon?
            • Cooks' Guild Apprentice: There are luxurious lemons in the crate right there. They're free to take, compliments of the Cook's Guild!
            • Player: I'm on it!
            • (Returns to the previous options.)
          • Can I have the supplies necessary?
            • Cooks' Guild Apprentice: Why would I give you supplies? What do I look like, the Church of Saradomin? However the luxurious lemons in that crate are free to take, compliments of the Cook's Guild!
            • (Returns to the previous options.)
          • I'll be back later.
            • Cooks' Guild Apprentice: Let's get cooking then!
    • I'll be back later.
      • Cooks' Guild Apprentice: Let's get cooking then!

Returning to the journeywoman after baking the cake[edit | edit source]

  • Choose an option:
    • Who are you?
    • How can I help?
      • (Before handing in the cake:)
        • (As before.)
      • (After handing in the cake:)
        • Cooks' Guild Journeywoman: Help my 'prodigy' of an apprentice come up with something better! I hope that 'cake of pies' monstrosity was his idea and not yours.
    • Here! Have the cake we made!
      • Cooks' Guild Journeywoman: What do you have here...
      • Cooks' Guild Apprentice: It is what we will be presenting for the competition!
      • Cooks' Guild Journeywoman: This...
      • The journeywoman takes the cake.
      • Cooks' Guild Journeywoman: WHAT IS THIS?
      • Cooks' Guild Apprentice: It is a cake of pies, made from...
      • Cooks' Guild Journeywoman: This cake is a shambling, culinary disaster! I'd rather eat a cooked hide of Kalphite Larva than another bite of this. Send it back and come up with something original!
      • (Returns to the original questions without this option.)
    • See you later!
      • (Dialogue terminates.)

Returning to the apprentice after having the cake dismissed[edit | edit source]

  • Choose an option:
    • What do you need help making?
      • (First time:)
        • Cooks' Guild Apprentice: That clearly didn't work. Maybe we could try something different.
        • Player: I would certainly agree. What could we make instead?
        • Cooks' Guild Apprentice: Well, there was a mix-up with deliveries and shipments, and a crate full of luxurious lemons were sent here alongside us. Maybe we could make a pie...out of lemons?
        • Player: I think that might be the best idea you've had thus far!
        • Cooks' Guild Apprentice: To make a lemon pie, we will need one egg, one pie shell, and one luxurious lemon. Take all three ingredients and cook it at our range over there. Making a pie shell is easy, just combine some pastry dough and a pie dish.
        • Player: That all seems pretty straight forward, though where am I supposed to find a luxurious lemon?
        • Cooks' Guild Apprentice: There are luxurious lemons in the crate right there. They're free to take, compliments of the cooks' Guild!
        • Player: I'm on it!
        • (Returns to the previous options.)
      • (Subsequent times:)
        • Cooks' Guild Apprentice: To make a lemon pie, we will need one egg, one pie shell, and one luxurious lemon. Take all three ingredients and cook it at our range over there. Making a pie shell is easy, just combine some pastry dough and a pie dish.
        • Player: That all seems pretty straight forward, though where am I supposed to find a luxurious lemon?
        • Cooks' Guild Apprentice: There are luxurious lemons in the crate right there. They're free to take, compliments of the cooks' Guild!
        • Player: I'm on it!
        • (Returns to the previous options.)
    • (Only after asking the first question:)
      • Can I have the supplies necessary?
        • Cooks' Guild Apprentice: Why would I give you supplies? What do I look like, the Church of Saradomin? However the luxurious lemons in that crate are free to take, compliments of the Cooks' Guild!
        • (Returns to the previous options.)
    • I'll be back later.
      • (As before.)

Attempting to take a lemon while already owning one[edit | edit source]

  • You already have a lucurious lemon! Don't be greedy!

Using a lemon on a pie dish[edit | edit source]

  • If the player lacks an egg
    • You also require an egg to make a lemon pie.
  • Else
    • You create an uncooked lemon pie.

Cooking at the range again[edit | edit source]

Without uncooked lemon pie[edit | edit source]
  • Cooks' Guild Apprentice: Mon dieu, you need to create an uncooked lemon pie before you cook it...
  • Player: Yep, that makes sense.
With uncooked lemon pie[edit | edit source]
  • You bake the lemon pie successfully.
  • Take your lemon pie back to the Cooks' Guild Apprentice!

Returning to the apprentice after baking the pie[edit | edit source]

  • Choose an option:
    • Here is the lemon pie.
      • Cooks' Guild Apprentice: Great, let's hand this over to the Journeywomen Chef. Hopefully she will like this pie better than the cake.
      • 'Cooks' Guild Journeywoman: This pie…
      • The journeywoman takes the pie.
      • Cooks' Guild Journeywoman: IT IS WONDERFUL! This is the type of food which will get you promoted one day! Thank you again Player for helping out the Cooks' Guild. Here is a small gift of our gratitude!
      • The player receives 200 crystallised chocolate fragments.
      • Player: Always happy to help! Best of luck in the competition.
      • Cooks' Guild Journeywoman: Thank you, take care!
      • You have received 200 Crystallised chocolate fragments for helping the Cooks' Guild.
      • Cooks' Guild Apprentice: With this pie, that prize is as good as ours!
    • I'll be back later.
      • Cooks' Guild Apprentice: Let's get cooking then!

Returning to the journeywoman after baking the pie[edit | edit source]

  • Choose an option:
    • Who are you?
    • How can I help?
      • (Before handing in the pie.)
        • (As before.)
      • (After handing in the pie.)
        • Cooks' Guild Journeywoman: While I apprectiate[sic] the enthusiasm, we are all set! For now, go enjoy the Fete!
      • (Returns to previous questions.)
    • Here! Have the pie we made!
      • Cooks' Guild Journeywoman: Let's hope this pie is better than your previous pie... This pie...
      • The journeywoman takes the pie.
      • Cooks' Guild Journeywoman: IT IS WONDERFUL! This is the type of food which will get you promoted one day! Thank you again Player for helping out the Cooks' Guild. Here is a small gift of our gratitude!
      • The player receives 200 crystallised chocolate fragments.
      • Player: Always happy to help! Best of luck in the competition.
      • Cooks' Guild Apprentice: Thank you, take care!
      • You have received 200 Crystallised chocolate fragments for helping the Cooks' Guild.
      • (Returns to the previous questions without this option.)
    • See you later!
      • (As before.)

Returning to the apprentice after handing in the pie[edit | edit source]

  • Cooks' Guild Apprentice: With this pie, that prize is as good as ours!

Attempting to take a lemon after handing in the pie[edit | edit source]

  • You've already made a lemon pie. You don't need any more luxurious lemons!

Crafting Guild[edit | edit source]

Talking to Crafting Guild Apprentice[edit | edit source]

Initial conversation[edit | edit source]
  • Crafting Guild Apprentice: Oh no, what am I going to do?
  • Player: Is something the matter?
  • Crafting Guild Apprentice: Yeah...
  • The apprentice lets out an exasperated sigh.
  • Crafting Guild Apprentice: I am solely responsible for showing off the skill and imagination of the Crafting Guild for this competition. But...
  • Player: ...
  • Crafting Guild Apprentice: I don't think I'm going to be able to do it.
  • Player: How come?
  • Crafting Guild Apprentice: Well, I haven't been able to use my hands since... ... ...the accident.
  • Player: The accident!?
  • Crafting Guild Apprentice: Yeah... It all started a forthnight ago...
  • The apprentice recounts her story...
  • The screen fades to black. Sound effects of a door opening, and something falling or breaking. Screen fades back.
  • Crafting Guild Apprentice: And that's why I won't be able to use my hands again until the summer.
  • A single tear runs down your cheek.
  • Player: That's horrible! Is there anything I can do to help?
  • Crafting Guild Apprentice: Well... Would you be able to be my hands for me?
    • Do you want to help the apprentice?
      • Yes.
        • Player: Of course I wouldn't mind helping you out. After hearing a story like that, I'm surprised you even have your hands attached to your body! Anyway... I'm ready to be your hands!
        • Crafting Guild Apprentice: Wonderful!
        • Player: So, what are we going to be making?
        • Crafting Guild Apprentice: Well, what experience do you have in making eggs?
        • What experience do you have making eggs?
          • I can make an omelette.
            • Player: I tend to make omelettes, because scrambling your eggs is a cop out.
            • (Continues below.)
          • I can scramble them.
            • Player: I like to scramble my eggs, because I can't make an omelette.
            • (Continues below.)
          • I can do them over easy.
            • Player: I can cook them over easy, cooked on both sides and yolk all over.
            • (Continues below.)
          • I just eat them raw.
            • Player: I just eat them as they are, I like mine raw.
            • (Continues below.)
          • I know how to boil them.
            • Player: I can boil an egg, that's about the height of my ability.
            • (Continues below.)
        • Crafting Guild Apprentice: That's not quite what I meant. I think that, while we are not cooks, we can make and prepare an opulent egg better than any checf and one that is fit for royalty! The finest... Ritziest... Glittering... Upmarket... Most stylish... Grandiose... Lavish... Deluxe... and splendidly magnificent egg you ever did see. The Glided Imperial Egg.
        • Select an option
          • What is The Glided Imperial Egg?
            • Player: What is The Glided Imperial Egg?
            • Crafting Guild Apprentice: Well, I want you to imagine the most spectacular egg you possibly can.
            • Player: Okay.
            • Crafting Guild Apprentice: Are you visualising it?
            • Player: I'm visualising it.
            • Crafting Guild Apprentice: Tell me about it.
            • Player: It's... Kind of round? Well, not quite round, it's like it's round, but it's longer than normal round. Does that make sense? You know what I mean, right?
            • Crafting Guild Apprentice: I guess...
            • Player: And it's... ... I'm gonna be honest with you, I'm just picturing a regular old egg...
            • Crafting Guild Apprentice: ... We can work with that! The Glided Imperial Egg is like the egg you have in your mind's eye, except it's a million times more regal. It's an egg fit for royalty.
            • Player: Amazing! But how would we even go about making something like that?
            • Crafting Guild Apprentice: It's not too difficult! We'll start by making the glided base of purified gold and apply a Veridigris enamel. Finally, we will adorn it with several flawless gems.
            • Player: Sounds delicious!
            • Crafting Guild Apprentice: ... Were you even listening? Never mind, let's get to it.
            • (Continues below.)
          • Let's do it!
            • (Continues below.)
        • Player: So, where do we start?
        • Crafting Guild Apprentice: We're going to start the way all the greatest projects should. With a solid base!
        • Player: This makes total sense! ...
        • Crafting Guild Apprentice: ...
        • Player: How do we make this 'solid base'?
        • Crafting Guild Apprentice: It's quite simple actually, I'll just need you to grab me some ingredients!
        • Player: Sure thing! What do I need to get for you?
        • Crafting Guild Apprentice: So, to create the base for the egg we can only use the finest and purest of gold. That means we can only use a very small percentage of a piece of gold ore.
        • Player: Just how small are we talking?
        • Crafting Guild Apprentice: Very small. Less than 1% small.
        • Player: Oh wow... That's... Really wasteful actually...
        • Crafting Guild Apprentice: No no, don't worry about it. The end result will be totally worth it!
        • Player: Okay... So how much gold ore do we actually need to make the base?
        • Crafting Guild Apprentice: Let's see... If we're making an egg about this size... ... Carry the 1... We will need about 15,000 pieces of gold ore.
        • Player: ... 15,000!?
        • Crafting Guild Apprentice: Yep! 15,000, would you be able to fetch some for us?
        • Player: Are you asking me... To bring you... 15,000... Pieces of gold ore!?
        • Crafting Guild Apprentice: No no, we only need 1 more. We got a shipment in last week especially for the competition and almost have enough!
        • Player: ... Thank goodness... Yeah, I can do that.
        • Crafting Guild Apprentice: Excellent, the only other thing I'll need you to grab is a pot of salt from one of the barrels near the Cooks' Guild area in the north-east corner of the Fete.
        • Player: Just 1?
        • Crafting Guild Apprentice: Just 1.
        • Player: Okay, I'll be back with the ingredients!
        • Crafting Guild Apprentice: Good luck!
      • YES!
        • (Same as above)
      • No.
        • You wanted to say no, but the story of the accident was so horrific, yet touching, that the words will not leave your mouth.
          • (Shows previous options.)
Afterwards[edit | edit source]
  • Player: What ingredients do I need to get for you again?
  • Crafting Guild Apprentice: A piece of gold ore and a pot of salt from the Cooks' Guild area in the north-east corner of the Fete.
  • Player: Perfect, thank you!

Collecting the salt[edit | edit source]

Without the salt and an empty pot[edit | edit source]
  • You need an empty pot to gather some salt.
Without the salt and with an empty pot[edit | edit source]
  • You look at the barrel which is full of salt. Thinking of the array of foods to enhance or preserve, you fill up the pot with salt!
With the salt[edit | edit source]
  • You look at the barrel which is full of salt, but you already have a pot full of salt and don't need any more!

Returning to the apprentice[edit | edit source]

First time[edit | edit source]
  • Player: I've brought you the ingredients you asked for!
  • Crafting Guild Apprentice: Excellent! Let's get to making the base!
  • Player: What do I need to do?
  • Crafting Guild Apprentice: I need you to take the gold ore and salt and heat them together in the furnace. You'll need to make sure that the gold is hot... But not too hot.
  • Player: How hot is too hot?
  • Crafting Guild Apprentice: Somewhere between, a warm summers day at the beach... And the heat of a thousand suns.
  • Player: That's quite a window.
  • Crafting Guild Apprentice: You'll figure it out.
Afterwards[edit | edit source]
  • Player: What am I meant to be doing again?
  • Crafting Guild Apprentice: Use your gold ore and pot of salt with the furnace and finish making the base of the egg!
  • Player: Got it! Thanks!

Heating the gold ore[edit | edit source]

  • You toss the gold ore and the pot of salt into the furnace.
  • Select an option
    • Heat the gold.
      • You heat the gold.
      • Select an option
        • It needs to be hotter.
          • You heat the gold.
          • Select an option
            • Hotter.
              • You heat the gold.
              • Select an option
                • HOTTER.
                  • You heat the gold.
                  • Select an option
                    • HOTTER I SAY!
                      • You heat the gold.
                      • Select an option
                        • WE'RE GOING ALL THE WAY TO THE TOP!
                          • You heat the gold.
                          • Select an option
                        • That'll do.
                    • That'll do.
                • That'll do.
                  • The gold was too hot... it's a pile of melted goop. A very expensive pile of melted goop.
                  • Player: Hmmm... that didn't work out, better try again!
                  • (Returns to the first statement.)
            • That'll do.
              • You heat and shape the gold into the perfect Gilded Imperial Egg base.
        • That'll do.
    • That'll do.
      • The gold wasn't quite hot enough and you produced something that when squinted at resembles a chinchompa.
      • Player: Hmmm... that didn't work out, better try again!
      • (Returns to the first statement.)

Returning to the apprentice[edit | edit source]

First time[edit | edit source]
  • Player: I've finished the base!
  • Crafting Guild Apprentice: It's more beautiful that I ever could have imagined...
  • Player: What now?
  • Crafting Guild Apprentice: It's time to paint it with a verdigris enamel!
  • Player: I don't know what that is. But I'm excited nonetheless!
  • Crafting Guild Apprentice: I'm going to need you to run another errand for me. This time I need a copper ore and a bucket of vinegar. You can find the vinegar over by the salt at the Cooks' Guild area.
  • Player: I hope they don't mind us stealing their condiments.
  • Crafting Guild Apprentice: What they don't know can't hurt them!
  • Player: I guess... I'll be back with the ingredients!
  • Crafting Guild Apprentice: Take your time!
Afterwards[edit | edit source]
  • Player: What am I meant to be doing again?
  • Crafting Guild Apprentice: Grab some copper ore and a bucket of vinegar from the Cooks' Guild area and bring them back to me!
  • Player: Got it! Thanks!

Collecting the vinegar[edit | edit source]

Without the vinegar and an empty bucket[edit | edit source]
  • You need an empty bucket to gather some vinegar.
Without the vinegar and with an empty bucket[edit | edit source]
  • You look at the barrel which is full of vinegar. Thinking of the array of foods to put it on, you fill up the bucket with vinegar!
With the vinegar[edit | edit source]
  • You look at the barrel which is full of vinegar, but you already have a bucket of vinegar and don't need any more!

Returning to the apprentice[edit | edit source]

First time[edit | edit source]
  • Player: I've got the copper ore and bucket of vinegar!
  • Crafting Guild Apprentice: Amazing! Let me see...
  • The screen fades to black. Screen fades back.
  • The apprentice does some shenanigans with the copper and vinegar at the furnace.
  • Crafting Guild Apprentice: Here you go!
  • Player: Woah! How did you do that!? You made the bar all green!
  • Crafting Guild Apprentice: Even though my hands are mangled I know a thing or two about oxidising copper!
  • Player: That's incredible!
  • Crafting Guild Apprentice: Now we're almost ready to paint the egg! I just need you to head over to that workbench over there... Scrape some of the pigment off the oxidised copper bar... Combine that with some glass, some ashes and some oxidised iron dust... And then just slather it all over the egg base you made earlier!
  • Player: ... That's a lot to remember...
  • Crafting Guild Apprentice: You've got this!
  • Player: Okay, yeah, I think I got this.
Afterwards[edit | edit source]
Without having lost any of the ingredients[edit | edit source]
  • Player: What am I meant to be doing again?
  • Crafting Guild Apprentice: Just take these ingredients over to the workbench and mush them all together into a fine verdigris paint!
  • Player: I can do that! I'll be right back.
Having lost some of the ingredients[edit | edit source]
  • Player: Hey... I lost some of my ingredients...
  • Crafting Guild Apprentice: Don't worry about it, here's everything you need!
  • (If there is not enough space in backpack:)
    • Crafting Guild Apprentice: You need to have at least [number] free spaces in your inventory.

Crafting the verdigris paint[edit | edit source]

With some ingredients missing[edit | edit source]
  • Player: I appear to be missing some of the ingredients. I should go chat to the Crafting Guild Apprentice.
With all the ingredients[edit | edit source]
  • Player: Okay, let's get this egg painted! First of all, scraping the copper bar... ... I'm just gonna scrape, scrape, scrape, scrape, scrape... I scrape it off! I scrape it...
  • Crafting Guild Apprentice: Are you okay over there?
  • Player: Uh... Yep. Then I just mush all this other stuff together and lather it all over the egg... ... Ow! Glass is sharp. Okay... This seems about right... Oh... Ah... Eh... Huh... Ooo... Hm... ... And it's done!
  • The Imperial Egg has been painted beautifully.

Returning to the apprentice after painting the egg[edit | edit source]

First time[edit | edit source]
  • Player: The egg has been painted!
  • Crafting Guild Apprentice: Amazing! It really looks the part! Are you ready to apply the finishing touches?
  • Player: ... There's more?
  • Crafting Guild Apprentice: Yes, but I swear this is the final step.
  • Player: I feel like I've been at this all day, it better be the final step. What do I have to do?
  • Crafting Guild Apprentice: I want you to take this bag of flawless gems and apply them to the unadorned Imperial egg you just painted. I'd do it myself but you know...
  • The Crafting Guild Apprentice holds up her damaged hands and makes you feel really guilty for being sassy.
  • Player: Okay, okay, I can do that.
  • Crafting Guild Apprentice: Thank you, I really appreciate it.
Afterwards[edit | edit source]
  • Player: What am I doing again?
  • Crafting Guild Apprentice: Sticking the gems onto egg!
  • The Crafting Guild Apprentice holds up her damaged hands again.
  • Player: Okay, yeah, I remember now.
  • (If you lost the bag of gems:)
    • Player: Sorry, I've actually lost the bag of gems.
    • Crafting Guild Apprentice: I have a spare right here!
    • Player: Thank you.
    • (Continues below.)
  • (If you lost the egg:)
    • Player: I don't know what I did with my painted egg.
    • Crafting Guild Apprentice: I think you dropped it... But I have it right here!
    • Player: Thank you.

Returning to the apprentice after adorning the egg[edit | edit source]

First time[edit | edit source]
  • Player: I did it! What do you think?
  • Crafting Guild Apprentice: It looks, eggscep-
  • Player: ... Don't say it...
  • Crafting Guild Apprentice: ... EGGCEPTIONAL!
  • Player: *sigh*
  • Crafting Guild Apprentice: Thank you so much for helping me out! Let's go see what the Journeyman thinks.
  • Crafting Guild Journeyman: T'egg lukes grey. Aye'm so prod ah yuz boff dun!
  • Player: It's been a pleasure to help!
  • The player receives 200 crystallised chocolate fragments.
  • Crafting Guild Journeyman: Ere za sma giffed a graditu!
  • You have received 200 Crystallised chocolate fragments for helping the Crafting Guild.
  • Player: No problem at all! Take care now!
Afterwards[edit | edit source]
  • Crafting Guild Apprentice: With this egg, we will win no doubt!
  • Player: I have no doubt, best of luck!

Fishing Guild[edit | edit source]

Talking to Fishing Guild Apprentice[edit | edit source]

First time[edit | edit source]
  • Fishing Guild Apprentice: Oh this will never do...
  • Player: Is something wrong?
  • Fishing Guild Apprentice: Yeah... you see, we wanted to make a swordsharkuna for the Fete...
  • Player: ... Hold up. A what?
  • Fishing Guild Apprentice: A swordsharkuna. It's a tuna, stuffed inside a shark, stuffed inside a swordfish.
  • Player: ... Why would you ever want to do that?
  • Fishing Guild Apprentice: Haven't you ever wanted to stuff a thing, into another thing and then stuff that thing into another thing?
  • Player: I can honestly say I have never wanted that.
  • Fishing Guild Apprentice: Well, It's[sic] people like you who are the problem!
  • Player: Woah! Sorry, I didn't mean to upset you.
  • Fishing Guild Apprentice: *sigh* No, I'm sorry, I didn't mean to snap at you. I'm just really passionate about putting things into other things.
  • Player: Don't worry about it, it's healthy to have hobbies. If you don't mind me asking... what's stopping you from creating this sharkfishtunasword?
  • Fishing Guild Apprentice: Well... there was an incident.
  • Player: An incident?
  • Fishing Guild Apprentice: The Great 5th Age 'Poturducken' Incident.
  • Player: ... Should I ask?
  • Fishing Guild Apprentice: ... No.
  • Player: ...
  • Fishing Guild Apprentice: Anyway... After that happened King Roald put out a ban on the creation and consumption of multi stuffed meals.
  • Player: Ah, okay, I understand why you can't make it now. Is there someone you could talk to that might be able to repeal the ban?
  • Fishing Guild Apprentice: Well, now that you mention it... Ames, the courtier, might be able to put in a good word for us. Would you be able to talk to him and see what he thinks?
  • Player: Of course, where can I find him?
  • Fishing Guild Apprentice: He should be near the Smithing Guild area on the west side of the Fete.
  • Player: Okay, thanks!
  • Fishing Guild Apprentice: Good luck!
Afterwards[edit | edit source]
  • Player: I'm back!
  • Fishing Guild Apprentice: Did you get the repeal!?
  • Player: Not yet. Who should I talk to about that again?
  • Fishing Guild Apprentice: If you talk to Ames, the courtier, near the Smithing Guild area on the west side of the Fete, he may be able to help you out.
  • Player: Thanks! I'm on it.

Talking to Ames the Courtier[edit | edit source]

First time[edit | edit source]
  • Player: Hey there!
  • Ames the Courtier: Greetings! What can I do for you?
  • Player: Well, I'm here on behalf of the Fishing Gui-
  • Ames the Courtier: Ah yes! I love the Fishing Guild!
  • Player: Yeah... me too! So, they are working hard for their contribution to the Fete an-
  • Ames the Courtier: Fantastic!
  • Player: And they were wondering if they would be able to take a fish...
  • Ames the Courtier: Yes?
  • Player: And put that fish inside another fish...
  • Ames The Courtier: ...
  • Player: And then put that fish inside another additional fish.
  • Ames the Courtier: ... ... Dear gods, it's the Great 5th Age 'Poturducken' Incident all over again.
  • Player: ... I was worried you might say something like that. Is there any way we could possibly get a repeal on the ban of multi stuffed meals?
  • Ames the Courtier: ...
  • The courtier thinks deeply and takes a deep breath.
  • Ames the Courtier: Okay, if you can help me out with something I may be able to get you a TEMPORARY repeal just for Easter.
  • Player: Really!? That would be fantastic! What do I need to do?
  • Ames the Courtier: Alright. It's a simple request. Would you be able to get me a bouquet of flowers from the Lumbridge General Store?
  • Player: That's all?
  • Ames the Courtier: Yeah, they're for my mother.
  • Player: Absolutely! You're such a thoughtful son. She's going to love them!
  • Ames the Courtier: Yeah. I'm sure she will.
  • Player: I'll get right to it!
Afterwards[edit | edit source]
  • Ames the Courtier: Have you managed to get the flowers from the Lumbridge General Store yet?
  • Player: No... Have you managed to get the repeal yet?
  • Ames the Courtier: No...
  • Player: Well then...
  • Ames the Courtier: Well then.

Collecting the flowers[edit | edit source]

  • Shopkeeper or shop assistant: Can I help you at all?
    • Select an option
      • Ask about flowers for Easter.
        • Player: I was wondering if you sold flowers here?
        • Shopkeeper or shop assistant: Why yes we do, we'd be happy to sell you a bucket of flowers.
        • Player: ... You mean a 'bouquet' right?
        • Shopkeeper or shop assistant: Nope, pretty sure it's a bucket.
        • Player: ...
        • Shopkeeper or shop assistant: Would you like to buy one? It'll cost you 10 coins.
          • Purchase flowers?
            • Yes
              • (You pay ten coins for a "beautiful bucket of flowers".)
              • Player: Wait... this is actually a bucket of flowers?
              • Shopkeeper or shop assistant: Yeah... That's what I said.
              • Player: Alright, I guess this will do. Thanks!
            • No
              • Player: I've changed my mind.
              • Shopkeeper or shop assistant: Okay.
      • (Other options are non-quest dialogue. See the transcript for 2019 Easter event.)

Returning to Ames[edit | edit source]

  • Player: I'm back! And I've brought you a bucket of flowers!
  • Ames the Courtier: ... Surely you mean a 'bouquet' of flowers?
  • Player: ... *sigh* Please just take them...
  • Ames the Courtier: ... Wait... This is actually a bucket of flowers.
  • Player: Yep...
  • Ames the Courtier: ... Okay, it's not quite what I had in mind but it'll do the job. I actually only need a few, so you can keep the rest.
  • The courtier takes a few flowers from the bucket.
  • Ames the Courtier: Thank you very much for all your help, I have your repeal right here!
  • Player: Thank you! I can't wait to tell the guild!
  • Ames the Courtier: You're welcome, but please, make sure they use this responsibly.
  • Player: I will try my best.
After collecting the repeal and having destroyed it[edit | edit source]
  • Player: I lost my repeal.
  • Ames the Courtier: Ah, luckily I drafted up a spare!
  • Player: Thanks again for helping us out!
  • Ames the Courtier: Glad to be of service.
After collecting the repeal[edit | edit source]
  • Player: Thanks again for helping us out!
  • Ames the Courtier: Glad to be of service.

Returning to Fishing Guild Apprentice[edit | edit source]

  • Player: I'm back!
  • Fishing Guild Apprentice: Did you get the repeal!?
  • Player: I sure did.
  • Fishing Guild Apprentice: You're a life saver! Thank you so much! ...
  • Player: Why are you looking at me like that?
  • Fishing Guild Apprentice: I'd like you to help me create the swordsharkuna.
  • Player: Uhhh, okay, I guess...
  • Having audio turned on will greatly 'enhance' your experience of creating the swordsharkuna.
  • Screen fades out. You hear various unsettling and grotesque noises as you and the Fishing Guild Apprentice assemble the swordsharkuna with the following dialogue:
  • Fishing Guild Apprentice: Okay, hold it still.
  • Player: Like this?
  • Fishing Guild Apprentice: A little bit higher.
  • Player: I don't think it'll go higher.
  • Fishing Guild Apprentice: Right there, don't move! Here we go!
  • *squelch*
  • Player: I don't think it's supposed to do that.
  • Fishing Guild Apprentice: Hey! I said don't move!
  • *crunch*
  • Player: I think I'm going to be sick...
  • Fishing Guild Apprentice: ... Where are you going? We still haven't put it in the swordfish!
  • You feel as if there is no number of baths that will ever make you clean again.
  • Screen fades in.
  • Player: *sigh* Sorry, I don't think I have the stomach for this.
  • Fishing Guild Apprentice: It's okay, I'll get one of the other Fishing Guild members to help out! Thanks for all of your help, we couldn't have done it without you.
  • Player: You're welcome, good luck with the Fete!
  • The player receives 200 crystallised chocolate fragments.
  • You receive 200 Crystallised chocolate fragments for helping the Fishing Guild.

Finishing up[edit | edit source]

  • I should go back to see the Easter Bunny.
  • Player: I've helped all the guilds!
  • Easter Bunny: Thank you so much!
  • Player: ... What happens now?
  • Easter Bunny: I'm glad you asked, it's time to pick a winner!
  • Player: Oh boy!
  • Easter Bunny: ...
  • Cooks' Guild Apprentice: ...
  • Fishing Guild Apprentice: ...
  • Crafting Guild Apprentice: ...
  • Player: ... Well?
  • Easter Bunny: ... I can't decide...
  • Player: Wait, what?
  • Easter Bunny: They all did such a fantastic job, I don't want anyone to feel like I don't appreciate them.
  • Player: ...
  • Easter Bunny: Oh! I have an idea that means I don't have to pick a winner!
  • Player: ... Go on...
  • Easter Bunny: Well... You're going to pick the winner!
  • Player: Uh... What!?
  • Easter Bunny: Yep, go on then, don't want to keep the poor people waiting!
  • Player: Oh jeez...
  • Think carefully about who you choose, enemies may be made and friendships may be destroyed.
  • Player: The winner is...
  • Who should win the competition?
    • The Crafting Guild
      • Player: The Crafting Guild!
      • Cooks' Guild Apprentice: ...
      • Fishing Guild Apprentice: ...
      • Crafting Guild Apprentice: Yay!
      • Easter Bunny: Congratulations!
      • The Easter Bunny holds up the egg prize.
      • Easter Bunny: Behold, the prize you have all been working towards!
      • Player: It's beautiful...
      • A noise can be heard coming from within the egg.
      • Cooks' Guild Apprentice: Did that egg...
      • Fishing Guild Apprentice: It just made a noise!
      • Crafting Guild Apprentice: I saw it move too!
      • Player: Uhhhh.... ...
      • Easter Bunny: Well... this is a strange turn of events... I guess there's only one option... You're going to take it then! Congratulations Player! You are going to be a proud father/mother!
      • Player: WHAAAAAAAAT?
      • Easter Bunny: Yes! Congratulations on your new egg!
      • Player: Uhh... thanks... I think..? ... ...
      • A smile crosses over your face as you quietly contemplate the future of parenthood.
      • Player: ...
      • You then remember the ordeal with the swordsharkuna and come crashing back to reality.
      • Player: ... Ugh...
      • Congratulations. You have completed: 'Guilded Eggstravaganza'.
      • You have unlocked the Mysterious Egg pet.
      • You have unlocked the Mysterious Egg pet. It can be found and activated in the Pet interface.
    • The Fishing Guild
      • Player: The Fishing Guild!
      • Cooks' Guild Apprentice: ...
      • Fishing Guild Apprentice: Hurray!
      • Crafting Guild Apprentice: ...
      • Easter Bunny: Congratulations!
      • The Easter Bunny holds up the egg prize.
      • Easter Bunny: Behold, the prize you have all been working towards!
      • Player: It's beautiful...
      • A noise can be heard coming from within the egg.
      • Cooks' Guild Apprentice: Did that egg...
      • Fishing Guild Apprentice: It just made a noise!
      • Crafting Guild Apprentice: I saw it move too!
      • Player: Uhhhh.... ...
      • Fishing Guild Apprentice: We are not taking responsibility for looking after whatever is in that egg!... Someone else can have it!
      • Easter Bunny: Well... this is a strange turn of events... I guess there's only one option... You're going to take it then! Congratulations Player! You are going to be a proud father/mother!
      • Player: WHAAAAAAAAT?
      • Easter Bunny: Yes! Congratulations on your new egg!
      • Player: Uhh... thanks... I think..? ... ...
      • A smile crosses over your face as you quietly contemplate the future of parenthood.
      • Player: ...
      • You then remember the ordeal with the swordsharkuna and come crashing back to reality.
      • Player: ... Ugh...
      • Congratulations. You have completed: 'Guilded Eggstravaganza'.
      • You have unlocked the Mysterious Egg pet.
    • The Cooking Guild.
      • Player: The Cooking Guild!
      • Cooks' Guild Apprentice: YES!
      • Fishing Guild Apprentice: ...
      • Crafting Guild Apprentice: ...
      • Easter Bunny: Congratulations!
      • The Easter Bunny holds up the egg prize.
      • Easter Bunny: Behold, the prize you have all been working towards!
      • Player: It's beautiful...
      • A noise can be heard coming from within the egg.
      • Cooks' Guild Apprentice: Did that egg...
      • Fishing Guild Apprentice: It just made a noise!
      • Crafting Guild Apprentice: I saw it move too!
      • Player: Uhhhh.... ...
      • Cooks' Guild Apprentice: We are not taking responsibility for looking after whatever is in that egg! ... Someone else can have it!
      • Player: ...
      • Easter Bunny: Well... this is a strange turn of events... I guess there's only one option... You're going to take it then! Congratulations Player! You are going to be a proud father/mother!
      • Player: WHAAAAAAAAT?
      • Easter Bunny: Yes! Congratulations on your new egg!
      • Player: Uhh... thanks... I think..? ... ...
      • A smile crosses over your face as you quietly contemplate the future of parenthood.
      • Player: ...
      • You then remember the ordeal with the swordsharkuna and come crashing back to reality.
      • Player: ... Ugh...
      • Congratulations. You have completed: 'Guilded Eggstravaganza'.
      • You have unlocked the Mysterious Egg pet.
      • You have unlocked the Mysterious Egg pet. It can be found and activated in the Pet interface.
    • (Only on first time:)
      • Everyone is a winner...
        • Player: Well, you're all winners!
        • Cooks' Guild Apprentice: WHAT!?
        • Fishing Guild Apprentice: BOOOOO!
        • Crafting Guild Apprentice: PICK A WINNER!
        • You are scorned for your indecision...
        • (Returns to the selection of winner.)

Post-quest[edit | edit source]

Speaking with the Easter Bunny[edit | edit source]

  • Talk about 'Guilded Eggstravaganza'... (Quest)
    • (While the quest is still active:)
      • Player: Where did you get this egg from?
      • Easter Bunny: I'm so glad you asked! I've been training to be a real adventurer with my friends; Santa and the Queen of Snow! They've been a real help. Not long ago, we took a trip to the Dragonkin Laboratory and I found this egg just lying around! I love to share my loot with people that help me out!
      • Player: The Dragonkin Laboratory?! Are you sure it's safe?!
      • Easter Bunny: Of course! It hasn't done anything strange... yet, so I see no reason not to trust it!
      • Player: Sure...
      • Easter Bunny: Although it has been shaking a little more every day since I got it. But I'm sure that doesn't mean anything!
      • Player: Erm... Well, is there anything else I can do to help?
      • Easter Bunny: The ceremony is over, but the Fete goes on! If you collect any crystallised chocolate fragments, just give them to me for more rewards! We can't have peoples' teeth breaking now can we?
    • (After the quest became unavailable:)
      • Easter Bunny: Thank you for helping the inaugural Eastertime Fete be the best it could! I really hope you have had a wonderful Easter!
  • Talk about 'Avoiding Dental Catastrophe'...
  • Who are you?
  • Talk about the Eastertime Fete...
  • Goodbye.
    • Easter Bunny: Take care, have a happy Easter!

Talking to Cooking Guild Apprentice[edit | edit source]

  • Cooks' Guild Apprentice: With the competition over, it is time to enjoy the Fete!

Talking to Cooking Guild Journeywoman[edit | edit source]

  • Who are you?
  • How can I help?
    • Cooks' Guild Journeywoman: While I appreciate the enthusiasm, we are all set! For now, go enjoy the Fete!
    • (Shows previous options)
  • See you later!
    • (Dialogue ends)

Talking to Crafting Guild Apprentice[edit | edit source]

  • Crafting Guild Apprentice: Thank you for helping me, the Crafting Guild, and everyone else during this Eastertime Fete! See you next year!

Talking to Crafting Guild Journeyman[edit | edit source]

  • Crafting Guild Journeyman: Tans agan fur 'elping ow t'Craftin Guil

Talking to Fishing Guild Apprentice[edit | edit source]

  • Fishing Guild Apprentice: So, would you like to try helping me make another swordsharkuna?
    • No.
      • (Same as below)
    • Nope.
      • Player: Nope.
      • Fishing Guild Apprentice: I'll be here if you ever change your mind!