Dialogue for Marius Giste

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Normal dialogue[edit | edit source]

  • Marius Giste: Hello there. Welcome to Varrock Museum! Feel free to look around.
    • Player: Tell me again where the statue comes from.
      • Marius Giste: Well, we've only been able to piece bits together here and there, but it appears that Dahmaroc was a mage of great power who was caught up in an almighty battle back in the Second Age. It seems this battle was over who should have the lion's share of the runes that the sentient races had found around RuneScape.
      • Player: Runes? As in the ones I use for magic now? Surely they're unlimited.
      • Marius Giste: Now they are, yes, but back then there was a limited supply. At least, that's what the scraps of information we've found indicate.
      • Player: Interesting. So what happened to Dahmaroc?
      • Marius Giste: As far as we can gather, he lost, was turned to stone and then cursed. It's said he was doomed to spend eternity with the thing he loved most...
      • Player: That doesn't sound so bad. Did he have a wife?
      • Marius Giste: Well, we're not sure about that. We do know that he loved to gain knowledge and skill in new disciplines. No taste for fighting, though. Indeed, it was combat that proved to be his downfall.
      • If you don't have a statue collection bag:
        • Marius Giste: By the way, if you want a bag to keep further finds in, I can supply one.
        • Player: Yes please.
        • Marius Giste hands you a sturdy bag.
        • Back to initial options
      • If you already have a statue collection bag:
        • Marius Giste: You already have a statue collection bag.
        • Back to inital options
    • Player: Twin? How do I get its twin?
      • Marius Giste: Well, I'm not sure, but I suspect the same way you got the first one.
      • Player: Why do I even need a twin?
      • Marius Giste: Because, rather intriguingly, they interlock in pairs to make up the whole statue without any kind of adhesive being required.
      • If you don't have a statue collection bag:
        • Marius Giste: By the way, if you want a bag to keep further finds in, I can supply one.
        • Player: Yes please.
        • Marius Giste hands you a sturdy bag.
        • Back to initial options
      • If you already have a statue collection bag:
        • Marius Giste: You already have a statue collection bag.
        • Back to inital options
    • Player: How do I add it to the statue?
      • Marius Giste: If you have strange rocks you've found from training, simply use the pairs of parts on the plinth over there. If you mean one of the replicas we made for you, use the pairs of replica parts on the plinth in your house.
      • If you don't have a statue collection bag:
        • Marius Giste: By the way, if you want a bag to keep further finds in, I can supply one.
        • Player: Yes please.
        • Marius Giste hands you a sturdy bag.
        • Back to initial options
      • If you already have a statue collection bag:
        • Marius Giste: You already have a statue collection bag.
        • Back to inital options
    • Player: I'll have to keep a list of pieces.
      • Marius Giste: Yes, that would be wise. Here's some paper to use.
      • Marius Giste hands you a piece of paper which you quickly scribble on.
      • Ends dialogue
    • If you're still receiving rocks
      • Player: How can I stop getting these rocks?
        • Marius Giste: Ah, I do recall an incantation that might help. I believe it was...
        • Marius Giste casts a spell named "Incanto Negato Silicis"
        • You will stop receiving rocks
        • Back to initial options
    • If you have chosen to stop receiving rocks
      • Player: How can I get these rocks again?
        • Marius Giste: Ah, I do recall an incantation that might help. I believe it was...
        • Marius Giste casts a spell named "Incanto Additto Silicis"
        • You will start receiving rocks again
          • If you don't have a statue collection bag:
          • Marius Giste: By the way, if you want a bag to keep further finds in, I can supply one.
            • Player: Yes please.
              • Marius Giste hands you a sturdy bag.
              • Back to initial options
            • Player: No thanks.
              • Back to initial options
          • If you already have a statue collection bag:
          • Marius Giste: You already have a statue collection bag.
    • Player: I'd like to reset my statue.
      • Marius Giste: Are you sure? You'll lose all of your progress!
      • Warning: You will lose all your progress, including any statue built in your house. This can not be reversed.
      • Chose Yes or No

Completing the statue[edit | edit source]

  • Cutscene: Statue gains some color and moves a little
  • Player: What the...
  • Cutscene: The statue crumbles into pieces and pushing the player back and stunning him/her
  • Player: Oof!
  • Player: I did it! I finished the statue!
  • Marius Giste: Yes... I saw it explode. Seems the curse is still active. You did well. We've been studying the statue as you have been building it, and have managed to make a replica of one of the pieces for you. Perhaps you'd like to start building yourself a statue at home in your study.
    • First time completing the statue
      • Marius Giste: Here's a plinth for you to build the statue at your house.
      • The archaeologist hands over a strong, yet suprisingly light plinth for your replica statue.
      • Marius Giste: There you go.
      • Starts normal dialogue
    • After obtaining the plinth:
      • The archaeologist hands you a replica piece of the statue.
      • Marius Giste:There you go.
      • Starts normal dialogue