Dialogue for Ilona

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This transcript involves dialogue with Ilona and the player.

After The Blood Pact[edit | edit source]

  • Wizard Ilona: Adventurer! It's good to see you again!
  • Select an option
    • Ilona! How are you doing?
      • Wizard Ilona: I passed my apprenticeship! I'm a wizard now.
      • If the player spared the cultists during The Blood Pact quest:
        • Wizard Ilona: I'm studying stun and bind spells. If I get into a fight again, I want to be able to disable enemies without killing them, like you did with those cultists.
      • If the player killed the cultists during The Blood Pact quest:
        • (Transcript missing. edit)
    • Sorry, who are you?
      • Wizard Ilona: You don't remember me? I suppose you must rescue lots of girls from evil cultists. I can't expect you to remember them all.
      • Select an option

During and After Heart of Stone[edit | edit source]

  • Wizard Ilona: Hello again, adventurer.
    • 1. I've got a question about my adventure in the catacombs...
      • 1. What will happn in the catacombs now?
        • Wizard Ilona: Reese managed to complete the ritual with his own death. He's opened the lower level of the catacombs, which is swarming with undead. without a necromancer to control them, the creatures won't leave the tomb. I'll warn Father Aereck not to let people go down there. You're an adventurer, though. If you want to, you can venture into the tomb and fight the creatures.
        • Back to previous choice menu, option 1 is replaced:
        • 1. You weren't really wounded, were you?
          • Wizard Ilona: Very perceptive, adventurer. I was wounded, but not as badly as I looked. I took the opportunity to see how you would fare.
            • 1. You risked that woman's life for the sake of a test?
              • Wizard Ilona: I was prepared to step in and rescue her if you failed. You are more than capable. The world needs heroes. I was a hero, once, but I'm not getting any younger. I need to ensure the new generation has its own heroes.
              • Back to previous options
            • 2. You risked my life for the sake of a test?
              • Wizard Ilona: You're a born adventurer. I can practically smell it on you. People like you have a habit of coming back from things that would kill an ordinary person.
              • Back to previous options
            • 3. So how did I do?
              • Wizard Ilona: Very well indeed. You're a hero. You're exactly the sort of person the world needs. I'm glad I met you.
              • Back to previous options
            • 4. Back to my other questions...
              • Back to second choice menu
      • 2. What is a blood pact?
        • Wizard Ilona: It's something Zamorakian cults do sometimes; a way of swearing loyalty to their leader. A blood pact doesn't have real magic power, but that kind of thing can have great power over a person if they believe strongly enough.
        • Back to previous options.
      • 3. Who was Dragith Nurn?
        • Wizard Ilona: Dragith Nurn was a wizard. He studied at the Wizards' Tower, but he also studied the dark art, necromancy, on his own. He had a secret magical workshop beneath Lumbridge. He would steal bodies from the graveyard and perform experiments on them. Necromancy was like an addiction for him. When Xenia met him he was very troubled; very conflicted. She convinced him to put an end to it all. He couldn't destroy all the undead he had created - not permanently - so he trapped them all in the lower level of his workshop and sealed it off. He converted the upper level into these catacombs. Everyone thinks Dragith Nurn is buried here in this tomb, but he isn't. He built the tomb to hide the entrance to the lower level. Dragith Nurn is still down here. He knew that when he died he would rise again as a monster, so he sealed himself in with his creatures.
        • Back to previous options.
      • 4. I think I'll go now.
        • Wizard Ilona: Farewell, adventurer.
        • Ends dialogue
    • 2. I've lost some of the cultists' weapons. - This option will only appear when you don't have all the cultist weapons.
      • Wizard Ilona: Yes, one of my contacts in the Champions' Guild found them and returned them to me.
      • Ilona gives all the cultist weapons you don't have
    • 3. I've lost the Helmet of Trials. - This option will only appear when you don't have the Helmet after claiming it once.
      • Wizard Ilona: These things happen. I've got a new one for you... You're one of the most accomplished heroes I've ever seen. You've done things I can scarcely imagine, and I've lost count of the people who owe you their lives. If there's any justice when history is written, your name will be among the greatest heroes of old. With Arrav; with Camorra; with Robert the Strong. I've talked to some people at the Legends' and Heroes' guilds, and they've created a special prize for you. Think of it as a token of recognition from the whole adventuring community.
      • Ilona gives you an ornamental helmet
        • 1. Thank you, Ilona. This is an honour.
          • Wizard Ilona: The honour is mine. You truly are an outstanding hero. I know with you on the scene, the world is in safe hands. Farewell, adventurer.
        • 2. About time I got some recognition!
          • Wizard Ilona: Ha ha! I see you didn't get where you are today by being humble! Well, if anyone has a right to be proud of himself/herself then it's you. I can't wait to see what you do next. Farewell, adventurer.
        • 3. I don't want your stupid helmet.
          • Wizard Ilona: Oh. I just thought that... Oh, well, never mind, then.
    • 4. I think I'll go now.
      • Wizard Ilona: Farewell, adventurer.
      • Ends dialogue

Receiving the Helmet of Trials[edit | edit source]

  • Wizard Ilona: Glad you came by. I've got something for you. You're one of the most accomplished heroes I've ever seen. You've done things I can scarcely imagine, and I've lost count of the people who owe you their lives. If there is any justice when history is written, your name will be among the greatest heroes of old. With Arrav, with Camorra; with Robert the Strong. I've talked to some people at the Legends's and Heroes' guilds, and we've created a special prize for you. Think of it as a token of recognition from the whole adventuring community.
    • Player: Thank you, Xenia, This is an honour.
      • Wizard Ilona: The honour is mine. You truly are an outstanding hero. I know with you on the scene, the world is in safe hands. Farewell, adventurer.
    • Player: I don't feel like i deserve this.
      • Wizard Ilona: I know how you feel. I've felt the same way for a lot of my adventuring career. There's always so much more to do - challenges to face, injustices to right. A hero's work is never done. Don't let that blind you to what you've already achieved though. Thinking about what you've accomplished so far can be a source of strength. Remember that. Farewell, adventurer.
    • Player: About time I got some recognition
      • Wizard Ilona: Ha ha! I see you didn't get where you are today by being humble! Well, if anyone has a right to be proud of himself/herself then it's you. I can't wait to see what you do next. Farewell, adventurer.
    • Player: I don't want your stupid helmet.
      • Wizard Ilona: Oh. I just thought that... Oh, well, never mind, then.