Dialogue for Otto Godblessed

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This transcript involves dialogue with Otto Godblessed and the player.

Dialogue with missing items[edit | edit source]

When speaking to Otto Godblessed without items related to Barbarian training; Barbarian skills will always be given before My notes.

If the player has a free inventory slot and no copy of Barbarian skills in their bank or inventory:

  • Otto Godblessed: I see you have free space and no record of the tasks I have set you. Please take this book as a record of your progress - between the spirits and your diligence, I expect it will always be up to date.
    • Continues with standard dialogue

If the player has a free inventory slot and no copy of My notes in their bank or inventory:

  • Otto Godblessed: I see you have free space and no way to record any information you may recover from the caverns. Please take this book as a record of your researches - between the spirits and your diligence I expect it will always be up to date.
  • Player: Why might I need such a thing? I already have a book of notes.
  • Otto Godblessed: Those who have previously entered the cavern have not all returned, some of them seemed intent upon research and discovery as much as loot and daring deeds. It would be a shame if you were to recover any of their notes and be unable to record them handily. I hope the new book will give you space for such discoveries.
    • Continues with standard dialogue

Standard dialogue after completing Barbarian training[edit | edit source]

When speaking to Otto Godblessed at Otto's Grotto, after having completed all of Barbarian training.

  • Otto Godblessed: Welcome back oh friend of the spirits, I am humbled in your presence.
  • Player: That's very kind, but I was wondering whether you have any more information for me?
  • Otto Godblessed: You are no longer the apprentice, but the master. Seek to inspire us with your daring deeds and legendary feats. Aspire to join the spirits when your time comes.
  • Choose an option
    • Could you tell me more of these spirits you continually refer to?
      • Player: Could you tell me more of these spirits you continually refer to?
      • Otto Godblessed: Certainly, though it is quite simple - they are the barbarians of the past, who have died in the passing of the years. There are three categories which learned sages claim may describe all spirits encountered. The majority are at peace, having died with their ambitions sated, even if this ambition was as simple as a glorious death. They can contact those in our world in order to spur us on to glory. Of course, they cannot or will not contact all inhabitants of these lands. All are not worthy.
      • Player: So those are the spirits who give us guidance. What of the other sorts?
      • Otto Godblessed: A second category of spirit is made up of those who are not yet at peace. However, all that is needed is for their mortal remains to be laid to rest and they will join the peaceful majority.
      • Player: I can see the pyres serve this purpose. The final category is also restless?
      • Otto Godblessed: Alas, there is a small minority who will never be at rest. These have been slain in moments of insanity by their brothers or by adventurers. They are not at rest and will attack those they blame for their tortured state. They are not known, however, for being able to determine this blame with any great accuracy, so may be considered as dangerous to all.
      • Player: I thank you Otto, it makes a bit more sense now.
    • I wish to change my fishing style
      • Player: I wish to change how I fish.
      • Otto Godblessed: So be it.
      • Toggles between barbarian fishing and regular fishing, prompting the relevant chatbox message
        • You revert to default fishing techniques.
        • You revert to barbarian fishing techniques.
    • I have no more questions at this time.
      • Player: I have no more questions at this time.
      • Otto Godblessed: In that case, farewell.