Dialogue for Lowse

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At Armadyl's Tower[edit | edit source]

  • Lowse Greetings, I am Lowse.
  • Player Low-sah? Am I saying that correctly?
  • Lowse Well enough.
  • Player It's a pleasure to meet you.
  • Lowse You also, Player. Your reputation precedes you.
  • Select an option
    • Who are you?
      • Lowse I am a diviner under the tutelage of head diviner Kamiee.
      • Lowse She has tasked me to retrieve certain items for Armadyl in the tower above.
      • Player Did you take part in the fight between Armadyl and Bandos.
      • Lowse Not really. I joined up right before it ended. I was more interested in learning of divination than in fighting.
      • (Shows initial options)
    • What are you collecting?
      • Lowse The items that Armadyl is after are all from a place named the Stormguard Citadel. Would you like to see the list?
      • What would you like to do?
        • View collections.
          • (The Sky Is Lowse's interface opens.)
        • Talk about collections.
          • Lowse This place was once one of Armadyl's numerous flying strongholds, but like much from the Third Age, it was lost.
          • Lowse Our golem master, Gee'ka, has been sent to scout out the site itself, but we need working archaeologists to retrieve these items for us.
          • Lowse However, you may also wish to discuss this directly with Armadyl above. He seeks out a couple of very specific items in particular.
          • (Shows initial options)
    • What are your collection rewards?
      • Lowse We are willing to reward you with chronotes for all that you bring us, of course. That is a given.
      • (Before completing Armadylean I:)
        • Lowse I know... You can have my moonshroom muchroom spores! They're supposed to bring good luck, but I've never got them to grow.
        • Lowse Though, I have heard that the Fairy Queen on Zanaris would love to get her hands on some. I'm sure she'd trade you something of equal value.
        • Lowse Apparently, they used to belong to King Oberon, the first king of the fairies, and they are very hard to come by now.
        • Lowse Unfortunately, I do not know how to reach Zanaris, but I sense that you might be able to - if not now then soon...
        • (Continues below)
      • (After completing Armadylean I:)
        • Lowse Did you take King Oberon's moonshroom spores to the Fairy Queen on Zanaris yet?
        • (Before obtaining Queen Mab's Moonstone:)
          • (Having lost the moonshroom spores:)
            • Player Nope. In fact, I lost them! I don't suppose you have any more?
            • (Without space in backpack:)
              • Lowse As it so happens, I do, but you don't have room to take them.
            • (With space in backpack:)
              • Lowse *sigh* Did you miss the part where I said these were hard to come by? Here...
              • Take moonshroom sportes from Lowse?
                • Yes.
                  • Player receives King Oberon's moonshroom spores.
                  • (Continues below)
                • No.
                  • (Dialogue ends)
          • (Without having lost the moonshroom spores:)
            • Player Not yet.
            • (Continues below)
        • (After obtaining Queen Mab's Moonstone:)
          • Player I did just that. She gave me a moonstone relic in return.
          • (Continues below)
      • (Before completing Armadylean II:)
        • Lowse Ah, yes, well... The team at Stormguard Citadel have been stumbling across all of these blueprint fragments. None of us have any use for them, so they're yours if you'd like. I have five hundred of them.
      • (After completing Armadylean II:)
        • Lowse Do anything good with those blueprint fragments yet?
      • (Before completing Armadylean III:)
        • Lowse I have a strange device, some sort of contraption you can place on your head that makes you more intelligent.
        • Lowse It seems to make one better at artisan skills, learn things faster as it were. It's called Howl's Thinking Cap.
      • (After completing Armadylean III:)
        • Lowse Putting Howl's Thinking Cap to good use, are you?
      • (Before giving aviansie dreamcoat to Armadyl:)
        • Lowse One final thing... From what I gather, Armadyl's husband is said to have occasionally visited Stormguard Citadel, to sell clothes he'd tailored.
        • Lowse If you find and restore an aviansie dreamcoat, maybe consider delivering it to Armadyl. I'm certain he would be thankful for such a gift.
        • (Continues below)
      • Lowse I hope that those items are suitably enticing.
      • (Shows initial options)
    • Bye.
      • Lowse Until we meet again.