Dialogue for Sergeant Damien
Standard dialogue[edit | edit source]
When speaking to Sergeant Damien in Balthazar's Big Top Bonanza.
- Sergeant Damien: Someone should whip these recruits into shape.
- Player: Yes, sir!
- Sergeant Damien: At ease, soldier; I'm not on duty.
- Player: Then what are you doing here, Sergeant Damien, sir, if I might ask?
- Sergeant Damien: Balthazar's a buddy of mine, from my old unit. After the war - you know, THE war - old BB retired to civilian life; set up this little carnival of his. Now my drill sergeant days are behind me, he offered me a job here as a roustie.
- Player: A roustie? What's that?
- Sergeant Damien: A roustabout, boy; a roughneck; a handyman! I keep all the equipment in good repair, do all the manual labour, and - best of all - I get to keep the audience in line! There's no better work for an old soldier like me.
Overhead dialogue[edit | edit source]
As Sergeant Damien walks around Balthazar's Big Top Bonanza, he repeats several overhead messages in short patterns.
- Each pattern always starts with the same overhead message:
- The pattern is then followed by one of the following at random:
- The pattern is then followed by another segment that always starts with:
- The second segment then continues with one of the following at random:
- The pattern always ends in the same overhead message, before repeating from the start, once again randomizing: