Dialogue for King Roald

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Standard dialogue[edit | edit source]

  • What do you want to do?
    • Talk about Priest in Peril.
    • Ask about the kingdom.
      • Player: Greetings, your majesty. How fares the kingdom?
      • During the Battle of Lumbridge:
        • King Roald: It's terrible! Have you not heard? Zamorak and Saradomin are fighting near Lumbridge! They've destroyed much of the castle! That's royal property! I'm very annoyed. I've tasked Duke Horacio with sorting out the problem, and he claims he needs more troops. So as you can see I'm very busy right now. Please don't waste my time.
        • (Shows the initial options.)
      • After the Battle of Lumbridge:
        • King Roald: The kingdom is at peace again after the battle of Lumbridge! I'm glad to see Saradomin and Zamorak are both gone from there now. I really hope that sort of thing doesn't happen again in my kingdom! There is a lot to tidy up! So as you can see I'm very busy right now. Please don't waste my time.
        • (Shows the initial options.)
    • Ask about the protected tree.
      • When the tree was diseased:
        • Player: Your majesty, I bring troubling news. The tree you are protecting near Varrock's west bank has become diseased!
        • King Roald: Thank you for bringing this to my attention. I have already sent for a master gardener to restore it.
        • Player: Oh good. I'd hate for anything else to happen to that tree.
        • (Shows the initial options.)
      • When the tree died:
        • Player: Your majesty, I bring troubling news. The tree you are protecting near Varrock's west bank has died!
        • King Roald: How did this happen? I sent for a master gardener to restore it over a week ago! He's got some explaining to do. Once he shows up, at least.
        • Player: Another tree gone...
        • (Shows the initial options.)
      • When the tree was replanted:
        • Player: Greetings, your majesty. How fares the tree west of Varrock bank?
        • King Roald: I received reports that the tree had died. I visited the tree myself and have seen a healthy tree growing.
        • Player: Yes, that is because Farmer Jimbo replaced the dead tree!
        • King Roald: Silence! I'll hear no more of this rumour-mongering.
        • (Shows the initial options.)
    • Greet the king.
      • After starting Priest in Peril:
        • Player: Greetings, your majesty.
        • King Roald: Do you have anything of importance to say?
        • Player: ...Not really.
        • King Roald: You will have to excuse me, I am very busy. I must keep a fixed eye on Morytania to the east.
        • Player: Or both eyes, perhaps?
        • King Roald: Indeed, we cannot all be heroes, wandering from one crisis to another. Ever since Kara-Meir and her friends became famous, adventuring has become a career of choice amongst our youth. Yet, people forget that her tale is a cautionary one.
        • Player: Why? What happened to her?
        • King Roald: She withheld important information about one of her associates, and it very nearly led to disaster for all of us: every man, woman and child.
        • Player: And?
        • King Roald: And what? I have spent enough time on you, adventurer. You will have to excuse me, I have a kingdom to run.

Talk about River of Blood[edit | edit source]

  • King Roald: Varrock has survived many attacks since its founding, but I'm thankful this vampyre situation was resolved peacefully.
  • Player: For now, at least. The brokered peace may not hold.
  • King Roald: And if it doesn't, we shall deal with the situation. I am taking steps that, should it not hold, Varrock will be in a much stronger position to deal with it. For example, Aeonisig is offering aid to the citizens of Meiyerditch in exchange for shipments of blisterwood. Truth be told, my worries have moved on to other matters. If it's not one thing, it's another, so they say.
  • Player: Such as?
  • King Roald: It appears that your intervention at the Salve targets only vampyres. Werewolves, on the other hand, are free to cross. The reports state that they have effectively declared independence from the vampyres. We shall need to keep a close watch on what they do with this newfound freedom.
    • Replace Cutscene
      • Cancel
      • Ok
        • Cutscene begins

Talk about the beacons[edit | edit source]

If you have the inferno adze equipped (Master Quest Cape Requirement)

  • King Roald: That is a very cool tool you've got there. I'm definitely not jealous.
  • (dialogue terminates)
  • Player: I was wondering if you could tell me more about the beacons.
  • King Roald: Of course. What would you like to know?
  • Select an option
    • (Only If there are rewards to claim:)
      • I'm here to claim my reward.
        • Player: I'm here to claim my reward!
        • (If obtaining the ring of fire for the first time)
          • King Roald: For keeping six beacons alight simultaneously, I present you with the Ring of Fire.
          • Player: Thank you very much!
          • The player receives the ring of fire.
          • (Continues below.)
        • (If the ring of fire has been lost:)
          • King Roald: Lost the Ring of Fire have you? Luckily I seem to have a spare.
          • Player: Thank you very much!
          • The player receives the ring of fire.
          • (Continues below.)
        • (If the flame gloves have been lost:)
          • King Roald: Hmm, you seem to have misplaced your Flame Gloves, good thing we have more!
          • Player: Thank you very much!
          • The player receives the flame gloves.
          • (Continues below.)
        • (If the inferno adze has been lost:)
          • King Roald: This recently turned up in the lost and found, your Inferno Adze.
          • Player: Thank you very much!
          • The player receives the inferno adze.
          • (Continues below.)
        • King Roald: Thank you again, Player. Misthalin is truly in your debt.
        • King Roald: Is there anything else you'd like to ask me?
        • (Returns to the previous options.)
    • What else needs to be done to test the beacon network?
      • Player: What else needs to be done to test the beacon network?
      • King Roald: What *doesn't* need to be done is more like it! We need to make sure the entire beacon network is as robust as possible. I'd be extremely grateful if you'd help us by trying to keep as many beacons alight simultaneously as you possibly can.
      • Player: How does that help?
      • King Roald: Well, obviously, it helps us verify that all the beacons are in good working order, of course. The more testing, the better, Player. I have generous rewards for you if you manage to keep six, ten and all fourteen beacons alight simultaneously. However, I'd be positively delighted if you continued on testing them day and night, over and over, relentlessly and without ceasing!
      • Player: I see this means a great deal to you.
      • King Roald: Oh, it does. The safety of one's kingdom is of paramount importance, you know. Do you have any other questions for me, Player?
      • (Returns to the previous options.)
    • (Only If there aren't any rewards to claim:)
      • Tell me about rewards.
        • Player: Talk to me about rewards.
        • King Roald: Ahem, well. It's all well and good having a network of beacons, but it's important to make sure it works properly...and remains working. Thus, I'm willing to offer various rewards if you are willing to help me out. There are rewards available for keeping six, ten and all fourteen beacons alight simultaneously.
        • (If the player hasn't unlocked the ring of fire:)
          • King Roald: For keeping six beacons alight, I'm prepared to grant you a ring that will aid you in Firemaking.
          • (Continues below.)
        • (If the player has unlocked the ring of fire:)
          • King Roald: I've granted you the Ring of Fire for keeping six beacons alight.
          • (Continues below.)
        • (If the player hasn't unlocked the flame gloves:)
          • King Roald: For keeping ten beacons alight, I will grant you a pair of gloves that will work in combination with the ring.
          • (Continues below.)
        • (If the player has unlocked the flame gloves:)
          • King Roald: You've already claimed the Flame Gloves for keeping ten beacons alight.
          • (Continues below.)
        • (If the player hasn't unlocked the inferno adze:)
          • King Roald: For keeping all fourteen beacons alight, well, I have the magnificent Inferno Adze - a fire-enchanting tool for both Woodcutting and Mining - that I'm prepared to part with. I think you'll find it of great use.
          • (Continues below.)
        • (If the player has unlocked the inferno adze:)
          • King Roald: For keeping all fourteen beacons alight simultaneously, you've been granted the Inferno Adze. Is there anything else?
          • (Returns to the previous options.)
    • I'd like a few more details, please.
      • Player: I'd like a few more details, please.
        • Select an option
          • Why have you created all these beacons?
            • Player: Why have you created all these beacons?
            • King Roald: You've already had a glimpse of the dangers we face from Morytania. Further dangers threaten from the Wilderness in the north. Because of these mounting threats, the southern kingdoms have banded together to take action. We have constructed a network of beacons that stretch all the way from the source of the River Salve to the northwestern-most edge of the Wilderness. Should there be any threat from these uncivilised lands, we'll be able to spread the word as fast as the light of the flames can travel.
            • (Returns to the previous options.)
          • How will these beacons work in an emergency?
            • Player: How will these beacons work in an emergency?
            • King Roald: Simple. I've equipped each fire tender with a stockpile of gnomish firelighters. In the case of a real emergency, the beacons will burn with coloured flame.
            • Player: I see. I don't suppose you have any extra firelighters lying around that you want to get rid of, do you?
            • King Roald: Don't bother me with idle chatter. Is there anything else?
            • (Returns to the previous options.)
          • Who are these fire tenders?
            • Player: Who are these fire tenders?
            • King Roald: These are special recruits from all around the civilised world. They've been carefully selected for their sharp eyes and long-distance vision. Not to mention their dedication and reliability. We couldn't entrust such an important job to just anyone, you know!
            • (Returns to the previous options.)
          • I don't have anything more to talk about, actually.
            • Player: I don't have anything more to talk about, actually.
            • King Roald: Then begone; I am a busy man.
    • I don't have anything more to talk about, actually.
      • Player: I don't have anything more to talk about, actually.
      • King Roald: Then begone; I am a busy man.