Dialogue for Papa Mambo

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This transcript involves dialogue with Papa Mambo and the player.

First time dialogue[edit | edit source]

  • Papa Mambo: Heh heh heh.
  • Select an option
    • Why are you laughing?
      • Player: Why are you laughing?
      • Papa Mambo: Heh heh heh. Can you not hear her joke? It not one of her best, but it's still a good one.
      • Select an option
        • Whose joke?
          • Player: Whose joke are you talking about?
          • Papa Mambo: Why, the vine's joke, of course. Can you hear someone else round here? Perhaps you're going crazy?
          • Select an option
            • She?
              • Player: Why do you refer to the vine as 'she'?
              • Papa Mambo: Because she is female.
              • Player: How do you know? I mean...she's a plant.
              • Papa Mambo: Heh heh heh, she told me that she's a lady. She's telling you now, can you not hear her?
              • Select an option
                • Yes I can hear her.
                  • Player: Yes I can hear her.
                  • Papa Mambo: Oh good, ah am so glad you can hear her. She has been nagging me since you arrived. Between you an' me, she can be quite annoying at times.
                  • Select an option
                    • She's telling me that you should give up all your gold coins.
                      • Player: She's telling me that you should give up all your gold coins.
                      • Papa Mambo: Ah. You sadden me. I had hoped you could hear her beautiful singing, but you clearly cannot. I pay you no ill will, the loss is yours my friend.
                      • (Continues below)
                    • I thought her joke wasn't that bad.
                      • Player: I thought her joke wasn't that bad.
                      • Papa Mambo: Heh heh heh, you should hear her on a full moon. She's always on top form in the moonlight.
                      • (Continues below)
                  • Select an option
                • Obviously not. You're clearly mad.
                  • Player: Obviously not. You're clearly mad.
                  • Papa Mambo: Oh, she talks, my friend. If only you could listen.
                  • (See above)
            • What is this place?
            • Who are you?
            • I've talked enough for now.
        • What is this place?
        • Who are you?
        • I've talked enough for now.
    • What is this place?
      • Player: What is this place?
      • Papa Mambo: Oh, I see you have taken an interest in this little vine. I grew this vine from a root cutting of the Jade Vine to the north. She was a little clumsy and cut me while I took it. I have since imbued the cutting with my own magic, to help make her what she is today. She grows food for her jadinkos and extends her arms so that they can find home in her shade. And she grows different tings; each ting is nectar to one type of jadinko... but poison to another. Encourage her to grow different combinations of plants and watch as different jadinkos are drawn into her embrace.
      • Player: What would be the point of attracting different jadinkos?
      • Papa Mambo: Aside from the joy of seeing nature's majesty? Ah suppose you could hunt the jadinkos you attract. They have special properties you could use. I have some special marasamaw traps that will catch them, if you have the skill. The jadinkos here are part of the vine herself. They are infused with her magic. Once hunted, they could provide ingredients for powerful new potions, if you have the know-how.
        • If the player has not yet claimed the free blossom seeds from Papa Mambo:
          • Papa Mambo: 'Ere, as you are new to this vine, take this little gift from me.
          • Papa Mambo hands you a red vine blossom seed, a green vine blossom seed and a blue vine blossom seed.
          • Papa Mambo: Use them to make this vine bloom an' blossom, so many jadinkos will come. If you run out, you can buy more from me.
          • (Continues below)
        • If the player has already claimed the free blossom seeds from Papa Mambo:
          • Papa Mambo: Ah, but you are skilled with this knowledge. No longer do you need my gifts.
          • (Continues below)
      • Select an option
        • What are jadinkos?
          • Player: What are jadinkos?
          • Papa Mambo: Heh heh, that is the name I's given to the strange creatures that live here. It has a nice ring to it, I's thinking.
          • Select an option
        • So, you say that different plants attract different jadinkos?
          • Player: So, you say that different plants attract different creatures?
          • Papa Mambo: Oh yes. The vine is home to many variations of the strange jadinkos that wander here. Each one is attracted by different combinations of plants and environmental features. And some can only be attracted by those who have used a special juju potion on the flowers. Drawn to the magic like a moth to a flame, they are. Most jadinkos, they like the same ting and will always be attracted by that combination. But there are jadinkos whose tastes are fickle and their requirements change every week or so. These fickle creatures, when captured, give you ingredients that can enhance your mastery of this strange habitat. They can be used to make your experience here...more rewarding... ...if you can attract 'em and catch 'em, that is.
          • Player: Is there any reason to catch them all?
          • Papa Mambo: Heh heh heh, of course! If you are skilled enough to catch one of each jadinko type that wander 'ere, come and speak to me. I will have a reward for you.
          • Select an option
        • Tell me about the potions I can make.
          • Player: Tell me about the potions I can make.
          • Papa Mambo: These potions are different from others you can create. First, they be uniquely tied to you, your essence. No other can benefit from them. Second, they open up new ways of seeing the world and finding new rewards. Each is different and provides a special benefit. Perhaps, most important, is the juju hunter potion you can create, for this potion will attract new creatures to this vine. These juju potions cannot be made in a normal potion vial. They must be made in a specially created juju vial, for only they can hold the power.
          • Player: Where can I get a juju vial from?
          • Papa Mambo: Heh heh heh. I's only one that sells them, strangely enough. Heh heh heh.
          • Select an option
        • Who are you?
        • I'll leave you be.
    • Who are you?
      • Papa Mambo: I am Papa Mambo, shaman and protector of this vine. Once, I was the shaman of Shilo Village, and now I's a keeper of this vine.
      • Select an option
        • Why did you leave the village?
          • Papa Mambo: Heh heh heh heh heh. We did not see eye to eye on all tings. Heh heh. Some thought my studies were...unnerving. But it always seemed such a shame leaving the dead buried, when there was such good work they could do.
        • What is this place?
        • I've talked enough for now.
          • Player: I'll leave you be for now.
          • Papa Mambo: You may be wanting to visit the druid. He's learning about this habitat, like you, and may be able to share the knowledge he has gained. Goodbye, ma friend.

Standard dialogue[edit | edit source]

  • Papa Mambo: Heh heh heh. What can I do for you, my friend?
  • Choose an option:
    • I just came to chat.
    • Can I see what's in your shop?
    • I'd like you to build something for me.
      • Papa Mambo: What would you like me to build?
      • Select an option
        • Nothing.
          • Papa Mambo: Oh, starting from scratch, are we?
          • Select an option
            • Yes, tear it all down.
              • Papa Mambo: You no longer have an environmental feature in place.
            • No, leave it as it is!
              • Papa Mambo: Not to worry. Come back to me if you change your mind.
        • Pond.
            • Papa Mambo: Building a pond will cost you 65,000 gold.
            • Select an option
              • Pay Papa Mambo to build the feature.
                • Papa Mambo: Heh heh heh. Good, my friend, I'll start work on your environmental feature. It'll be ready in a heartbeat.
                  • (Dialogue ends)
              • Don't pay Papa Mambo to build the feature.
                • Papa Mambo: Oh well, perhaps 'nother time.
                  • (Dialogue ends)
            • If a pond is already built:
              • You already have that feature in place. No need to build it again.
                • (Dialogue ends)
        • Tall grass.
        • Abandoned house.
        • More choices.
          • Select an option
            • Thermal vent.
            • Standing stones.
            • Dark pit.
            • Boneyard.
            • Back.
              • (Shows previous options)
    • Can you ward off certain jadinkos for me?
      • If the player has not attracted any jadinkos:
        • Papa Mambo: Heh heh heh, I's can. Heh heh heh. But you best be attracting a jadinko before I's warding them away. I don't believe you've ever even seen one.