Dialogue for Praistan Ebola

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This transcript involves dialogue with Praistan Ebola and the player.

Dialogue[edit | edit source]

Choose an option:

  • Would you look after my crops for me?
    • PLAYER: Would you look after my crops for me?
    • If the player has no crops in the patch:
      • PRAISTAN EBOLA: You don't have a sapling planted in that patch. Plant something and I might agree to look after it for you.
      • (Dialogue ends.)
    • If the player has fully grown crops planted in the patch:
      • PRAISTAN EBOLA: That patch is already fully grown! I don't know what you want me to do with it!
      • (Dialogue ends.)
    • If the crops in the patch are already being looked after:
      • PRAISTAN EBOLA: I don't know what you're talking about - I'm already looking after that patch for you.
      • PLAYER: Oh sorry, I forgot.
      • (Dialogue ends.)
    • If the crops in the patch are not yet fully grown:
      • (Transcript missing. edit)
  • Can you give me any Farming advice?
    • PLAYER: Can you give me any Farming advice?
    • Praistan Ebola may say any one of the following at random:
      • Dialogue 1:
        • PRAISTAN EBOLA: Hops are good for brewing ales. I believe there's a brewery up in Keldagrim somewhere, and I've heard rumours that a place called Phasmatys used to be good for that type of thng. 'Fore they all died, of course.
        • (Shows the initial options.)
      • Dialogue 2:
        • PRAISTAN EBOLA: Applying compost to a patch will not only reduce the chance that your crops will get diseased, but you will also grow more crops to harvest.
        • (Shows the initial options.)
      • Dialogue 3:
        • PRAISTAN EBOLA: Vegetables, hops, and flowers are far more likely to grow healthily if you water them periodically.
        • (Shows the initial options.)
      • Dialogue 4:
        • PRAISTAN EBOLA: You don't have to buy all your plantpots you know, you can make them yourself on a pottery wheel. If you're a good enough [craftsman/craftswoman], that is.
        • (Shows the initial options.)
      • Dialogue 5:
        • PRAISTAN EBOLA: You can fill plantpots with soil from Farming patches, if you have a gardening trowel.
        • (Shows the initial options.)
      • Dialogue 6:
        • PRAISTAN EBOLA: Tree seeds must be grown in a plantpot of soil into a sapling, and then transferred to a tree patch to continue growing to adulthood.
        • (Shows the initial options.)
      • Dialogue 7:
        • PRAISTAN EBOLA: You can put up to ten potatoes, cabbages or onions in vegetable sacks, although you can't have a mix in the same sack.
        • (Shows the initial options.)
      • Dialogue 8:
        • PRAISTAN EBOLA: The only way to cure a bush or tree of disease is to prune away the diseased leaves with a pair of secateurs. For all other crops I would just apply some plant-cure.
        • (Shows the initial options.)
      • Dialogue 9:
        • PRAISTAN EBOLA: There are four main Farming areas - Elstan looks after an area south of Falador, Dantaera has one to the north of Catherby, Kragen has one near Ardougne, and Lyra looks after a place in north Morytania.
        • (Shows the initial options.)
      • Dialogue 10:
        • PRAISTAN EBOLA: Don't just throw away your weeds after you've raked a patch - put them in a compost bin and make some compost.
        • (Shows the initial options.)
      • Dialogue 11:
        • PRAISTAN EBOLA: You can put up to five tomatoes, strawberries, apples, bananas, or oranges into a fruit basket, although you can't have a mix in the same basket.
        • (Shows the initial options.)
      • Dialogue 12:
        • PRAISTAN EBOLA: Supercompost is far better than normal compost, but more expensive to make. You need to rot the right type of item, show me an item, and I'll tell you if it's supercompostable or not.
        • (Shows the initial options.)
      • Dialogue 13:
        • PRAISTAN EBOLA: You can buy all the farming tools from farming shops, which can be found close to the allotments.
        • (Shows the initial options.)
      • Dialogue 14:
        • PRAISTAN EBOLA: There is a special patch for growing Belladonna - I believe it's somewhere near Draynor Manor, where the ground is a tad 'unblessed.'
        • (Shows the initial options.)
      • Dialogue 15:
        • PRAISTAN EBOLA: If you want to make your own sacks and baskets you'll need to use the loom that's near the Farming shop in Falador. If you're a good enough [craftsman/craftswoman], that is.
        • (Shows the initial options.)
      • Dialogue 16:
        • PRAISTAN EBOLA: If you want to grow fruit trees you could try a few places: Catherby and Brimhaven have a couple of fruit tree patches, and I hear that the gnomes are big on that sort of thing.
        • (Shows the initial options.)
      • Dialogue 17:
        • PRAISTAN EBOLA: Bittercap mushrooms can only be grown in a special patch in Morytania, near the Mort Myre swamp. There the ground is especially dank and suited to growing poisonous fungi.
        • (Shows the initial options.)
  • If the player has completed A Fairy Tale III and farming patches are not currently weeded:
    • Can you keep my farming patches weeded please?
      • PLAYER: Can you keep my farming patches weeded please?
      • PRAISTAN EBOLA: That shouldn't be a problem Martin said I should give you special attention for your help with the fairies! Be sure to clear your allotment though as I don't want to interupt their growth!
      • (Dialogue ends.)
  • If the player has completed A Fairy Tale III and farming patches are currently weeded:
    • Can you stop weeding my farming patches please?
      • PLAYER: Can you stop weeding my farming patches please?
      • PRAISTAN EBOLA: Sure, I'll stop weeding them now.
      • (Dialogue ends.)
  • Can you sell me something?
    • PLAYER: Can you sell me something?
    • PRAISTAN EBOLA: That depends on whether I have it to sell. What is it that you're looking for?
    • Select an option
      • Some plant cure.
        • PLAYER: Some plant cure.
        • PRAISTAN EBOLA: Plant cure, eh? I might have some put aside for myself. Tell you what, I'll sell you some plant cure for 25 gp if you like.
        • Select an option
          • Yes, that sounds like a fair price.
            • PLAYER: Yes, that sounds like a fair price.
            • Player receives plant cure.
            • (Dialogue ends.)
          • No thanks, I can get that much cheaper elsewhere.
            • PLAYER: No thanks, I can get that much cheaper elsewhere.
            • (Dialogue ends.)
      • A bucket of compost.
        • PLAYER: A bucket of compost.
        • PRAISTAN EBOLA: A bucket of compost, eh? I might have one spare... tell you what, I'll sell it to you for 35 gp if you like.
        • Select an option
          • Yes, that sounds like a fair price.
            • PLAYER: Yes, that sounds like a fair price.
            • Player receives compost.
            • (Dialogue ends.)
          • No thanks, I can get that much cheaper elsewhere.
            • PLAYER: No thanks, I can get that much cheaper elsewhere.
            • (Dialogue ends.)
      • A rake.
        • PLAYER: A rake.
        • PRAISTAN EBOLA: A rake, eh? I might have one spare... tell you what, I'll sell it to you for 15 gp if you like.
        • Select an option
          • Yes, that sounds like a fair price.
            • PLAYER: Yes, that sounds like a fair price.
            • Player receives a rake.
            • (Dialogue ends.)
          • No thanks, I can get that much cheaper elsewhere.
            • PLAYER: No thanks, I can get that much cheaper elsewhere.
            • (Dialogue ends.)
      • (See more items)
        • A watering can
          • PLAYER: A watering can
          • PRAISTAN EBOLA: A watering can, eh? I might have one spare... tell you what, I'll sell it to you for 25 gp if you like.
          • Select an option
            • Yes, that sounds like a fair price.
              • PLAYER: Yes, that sounds like a fair price.
              • Player receives a watering can.
              • (Dialogue ends.)
            • No thanks, I can get that much cheaper elsewhere.
              • PLAYER: No thanks, I can get that much cheaper elsewhere.
              • (Dialogue ends.)
        • A gardening trowel
          • PLAYER: A gardening trowel
          • PRAISTAN EBOLA: A gardening trowel, eh? I might have one spare... tell you what, I'll sell it to you for 15 gp if you like.
          • Select an option
            • Yes, that sounds like a fair price.
              • PLAYER: Yes, that sounds like a fair price.
              • Player receives a gardening trowel.
              • (Dialogue ends.)
            • No thanks, I can get that much cheaper elsewhere.
              • PLAYER: No thanks, I can get that much cheaper elsewhere.
              • (Dialogue ends.)
        • A seed dibber
          • PLAYER: A seed dibber
          • PRAISTAN EBOLA: A seed dibber, eh? I might have one spare... tell you what, I'll sell it to you for 15 gp if you like.
          • Select an option
            • Yes, that sounds like a fair price.
              • PLAYER: Yes, that sounds like a fair price.
              • Player receives a seed dibber.
              • (Dialogue ends.)
            • No thanks, I can get that much cheaper elsewhere.
              • PLAYER: No thanks, I can get that much cheaper elsewhere.
              • (Dialogue ends.)
        • (See previous items)
          • (Shows the previous options.)
        • Forget it.
          • PLAYER: Forget it, you don't have anything I need.
          • (Dialogue ends.)
  • That's all, thanks.
    • Player: That's all, thanks.
    • (Dialogue ends.)