Transcript of The Elder Kiln

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Note: Throughout the quest, the Player will be referred to as JalYt-[Your Caste]-[Display Name].

The Ga'al[edit | edit source]

Saving the Egg[edit | edit source]

  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: JalYt-[Caste]-[Player], help. My egg is dying.
  • Player: What's happened to it?
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: The egg is cold. Our Mej have tried to heat it, but they say it is too late to save it. But they are wrong. Although many TzHaar eggs are dying now or being born... different, this is big strong egg. It will grow into good strong TzHaar. I just need help. Will you aid us?
Accept the quest
  • Player: I'll help.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: You would make good TzHaar, JalYt-[Caste]-[Player]. TzHaar-Mej-Ak. Will you help us?
  • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: TzHaar-Mej-Jeh, it is too late... but I will help, even just to show you this.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: We must work together to make the egg hatch. Use fire magic to heat the egg and water magic to cool it down. When egg is at right temperature, it will start to hatch.

Aim to keep the heat between the two pointers on the temperature gauge. When the egg's heat is within these two pointers, the hatchling percentage will increase. When the egg's heat is outside of these two pointers, the hatching percentage will decrease.

TzHaar-Mej-Jeh hands you a pile of runes.

Successfully hatch the egg
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: It hatches!
  • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: It is like I said, TzHaar-Mej-Jeh! Another one born as Ga'al.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: No, it cannot be. TzHaar, what is your caste?
  • Ga'al-Jeh: Guh?
  • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: TzHaar-Mej-Jeh, egg is Ga'al, like all the others...
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: No...
    • Player: What's a Ga'al?
      • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: TzHaar are born with memories of all ancestors that came before. That is how we know our caste, how to do our work, what our laws are. Ga'al are born without memory of what came before. Without memory, Ga'al cannot do work; they are clumsy, lazy and lawless. Almost all TzHaar are born this way now... those that do not die in the egg. We do not know why.
      • Ga'al-Jeh: Guh-huh?
      • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: I shall take this Ga'al... away.
      • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: But-
      • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: We must, TzHaar-Mej-Jeh. This you know. Follow me, Ga'al.
      • (Ga'al-Jeh does not move)
      • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: I said follow.
      • (Ga'al-Jeh follows)
    • Player: It hatched, isn't that good?
      • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: Yes, egg hatched, but we might as well have left it to die. Egg has been born Ga'al. Ga'al are no use to TzHaar.
      • (same as above)
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: TzHaar should not feel a bond with their egg. No one TzHaar is more important than another. But... Through our eggs we live on – new TzHaar carry dead parent's memories. Now, my memory will not pass on. I am old TzHaar. I will not lay another egg.
  • Player: What will happen to the Ga'al?
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: TzHaar-Mej-Ak will gather Ga'al and have them fight in the Fight Pit. Ga'al do not know how to fight, so they die.
    • Player: That's barbaric!
      • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: To die in the Fight Pit is to die with honour. It is far from cruel to a TzHaar.
    • Player: Why do you do this?
      • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: The Ga'al are weak and useless without memory. They serve no purpose in TzHaar society.
        • Player: Can't you teach them your ways?
          • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Teach is for JalYt, not TzHaar. How can we teach Ga'al all our years of knowledge? But it has become big problem for TzHaar. So few TzHaar are born now... just more and more Ga'al. We do not know what the cause of it is. TzHaar-Mej have investigated, but to no benefit or great discovery. I have been thinking of something for some time, JalYt-[Caste]-[Player], but it is dangerous and uses old magic. Other TzHaar might not agree. They will say TzHaar-Mej-Jeh does it for his own memories, not for good of TzHaar.
          • Player: What is it?
          • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: It is a way of giving Ga'al back their memories. Other Mej will not like it. Many think we should not go back... there. But it is the only way. Otherwise, our memories will be lost. We will need a Ga'al – my Ga'al – to test this on. You will need to stop him entering the Fight Pit. Bring him to me at the library. There is research I must do before I speak to other TzHaar-Mej about this. Go to Main Plaza in the centre of TzHaar City, west of here, and bring Ga'al back. Convince TzHaar-Mej-Ak if you must.
          • Player: I'll help.
          • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Thank you, JalYt-[Caste]-[Player]. Bring him to me at the library.
    • Player: But why kill them?
      • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: If something has no purpose it must be destroyed. It TzHaar way. We must think of strength of TzHaar society as a whole, not the weakness of separate creatures. (continues above from "But it has become big problem for TzHaar.")

The Fight Pit[edit | edit source]

Main Plaza[edit | edit source]

Speak to Ga'al-Jeh
  • Ga'al Jeh: Guh?
    • Player: Come with me. You'll die if you stay here.
    • Player: Come with me – now!
  • Ga'al Jeh: Guh-huh!

Although you can't understand what the Ga'al is trying to say, you get the impression that it is unwilling to leave.

Speak to TzHaar-Mej-Ak
  • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: TzHaar! JalYt! Gather here for the Fight Pit!
  • LolthenKILL: This is going to be sweet!
  • NoRemorse77: Anyone seen my D claws?
  • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: Mighty warriors, prove your worth in fight to death!
  • FightpitPKer: So, are we all agreed on how many points you get per kill?
  • Odischamp: No one cares about your point system, Morean. It's stupid.
  • FightpitPKer: I'm not Morean, I'm FightpitPKer! Master of the bow, ruler of the P-.
  • TzHaar-Ket: JalYt, be quiet!
  • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: Ah, you again. You want to fight in Fight Pit?
    • Player: I've come for that Ga'al.
      • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: This is not your concern, JalYt.
      • Player: But TzHaar-Mej-Jeh has a plan; he thinks he can return the Ga'als' memories.
      • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: TzHaar-Mej-Jeh is not behaving like good TzHaar. Good TzHaar think of TzHaar society first. TzHaar-Mej-Jeh thinks of nothing but his little Ga'al.
      • Player: But he is thinking of the future of the TzHaar society! We have to protect that Ga'al. TzHaar-Mej-Jeh needs him.
      • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: TzHaar-Mej-Jeh's Ga'al will die in Fight Pit. This beyond your control... unless you think you could protect him in the Fight Pit.

The only way to save the Ga'al is to fight in the Fight Pit. Are you ready to travel to the Fight Pit to protect him?

      • Player: Yes.
        • (Goes to Fight Pits)
      • Player: No.
    • Player: What you're doing to the Ga'al is wrong.
      • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Ga'al are disease on TzHaar society, JalYt.
        • Player: But you can't just kill them!
          • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Our ways are not your soft ways, JalYt. To die in Fight Pit is great honour for any TzHaar.
            • Player: Regardless, I will need that Ga'al.
              • Same response as "I've come for that Ga'al".
            • Player: What's going on here?
        • Player: I suppose you're protecting your society.
          • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: You smart for JalYt. Most JalYt think what we do to Ga'al is wrong.
    • Player: What's going on here?
      • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: TzHaar organise big fights in the Fight Pit for TzHaar, JalYt and Ga'al. It about to start.

Defending Ga'al-Jeh[edit | edit source]

  • LolthenKILL: GL, k?
  • NoRemorse77: Seriously guys, who's taken my claws?
  • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: Let the fight begin!

You must defend Ga'al-Jeh in the Fight Pit and clear it of aggressive opponents.

Defeat the opposition
  • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: You think you can save this... Ga'al?
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: We must talk, TzHaar-Mej-Ak. I know how to give memories to the Ga'al.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: TzHaar-Mej-Jeh? All you talk of now is Ga'al. You have forgotten what it is to be a TzHaar. It is my duty to remind you... Enter, Champion! Kill his Ga'al!
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: No!

(Ga'al-Jeh is killed)

  • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: Now, TzHaar-Ket-Yit'tal, let's finish this fight. Empty the Fight Pit!
Defeat TzHaar-Ket-Yit'tal
  • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: Now, champion TzHaar-Ket-Yit'tal is dead, TzHaar-Mej-Jeh. Like you, his memories are lost. He did not lay an egg. You and your JalYt have murdered a good TzHaar. His memories die with him!
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: He died in the Pit. Death in the Pit is not murder, and, if you listened to us, this would not have happened. I have a plan, TzHaar-Mej-Ak...
  • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: Enough of this madness! Your Ga'al is dead! These plans, these schemes... they are not work of good TzHaar. Our Champion dead, because of your plans.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: There is a way to bring the Champion back! [Player], what do you know about TokKul?
    • Player: It's the remains of your dead that you use as currency.
    • Player: It's a type of money, right?
    • Player: Not that much.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: When TzHaar die we turn into TokKul: small rocks with our memories trapped inside. Our memories make it valuable, so TzHaar trade it with each other as currency. It has never been possible to get memories from TokKul. And TzHaar who have not laid eggs before they turn to TokKul... their memories are lost forever. What would you say if I told you there was a way of recovering these memories?
  • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: It – it is not possible.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: It is! Our Kiln has that power, TzHaar-Mej-Ak. The power to forge TokKul, fusing them with the body of another. The Ga'al are empty bodies that we can use.
  • Player: Hold on – your Kiln?
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: The Kiln is where TzHaar were first made. Its lava is able to give life and melt down even the hardest of metals.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: And we are not permitted to visit it! Kiln is sacred to TzHaar. It is out of bounds!
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: But it has the power to join TokKul with Ga'al! To bring back lost memories! The JalYt – it would not have to break our rules – it could go.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: This is too drastic, TzHaar-Mej-Jeh, we must think on this.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Think of all the TzHaar born without eggs – all the Ket-Champions, the Mej-Elders whose memories we have in TokKul. We can bring them back. What else can we do? More and more Ga'al keep being born. If we cannot pass on our memories then it is the end of the TzHaar.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: You are... right, TzHaar-Mej-Jeh, we must take action, but only if the JalYt will help. TzHaar will not step foot in there.
    • Player: This only helps the TzHaar, not the Ga'al! (1)
      • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: Once Ga'als have memories of TzHaar, they will be able to work and be real TzHaar. This will help both the Ga'al and the TzHaar.
      • Player: Fine, I'll help, but only for the good of the Ga'al.
    • Player: Of course I'll help the TzHaar. (2)
      • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: You good ally of TzHaar, JalYt.
      • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: You must journey to the Kiln. You will need to travel through many tunnels, east of Main Plaza. Just south of Birthing Pool there is passage heading to the Kiln entrance. Guards will let you pass.
      • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: This Ga'al that survived the Fight Pit – it can go with you. It will meet you at entrance.
        • Player: Shouldn't you ask the Ga'al if he wants to go? (1)
          • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: It only Ga'al.
          • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: No, [Player] is right. Ga'al must have its say.
          • Ga'al-Xox: If this make Ga'al-Xox real TzHaar, Ga'al-Xox go.
          • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Here is TzHaar-Ket-Yit'tal's TokKul. Take it with you to the Kiln. We shall speak to the other TzHaar-Mej about our plan whilst you are away.
            • Player: What should we do when we arrive at the Kiln?
              • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Kiln is very old. The lava inside is powerful and ancient. That we know. Lava will be able to join Ga'al and memories inside TokKul as one.
            • Player: Is there anything I should know about the Kiln?
              • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: It is where TzHaar came from in the beginning. We protect it, but do not go inside. It is sacred ground. TzHaar have not even walked down the tunnels leading to Kiln for very long time. They may have become dangerous.
            • Player: I had better be on my way.
        • Player: Okay.
    • Player: The kiln sounds powerful – I'm there.
      • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: Be careful - Kiln is sacred. Do not think you can use it for your own means, JalYt. Do just what we say or regret it.
    • Player: I can't be part of this right now.
      • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: That is your choice, JalYt.

The Path to the Kiln[edit | edit source]

Speak to the TzHaar-Ket at the entrance to the tunnel
  • TzHaar-Ket: TzHaar-Mej-Jeh say you may pass through here. This go to ancient Kiln. Be careful, loud noises through there, sound like wild Ket-Zek.. Take pickaxe too. No one been through for long time.
  • Ga'al-Xox: Ga'al-Xox and [Player] go now?
    • Player: Are you sure about this?
      • Ga'al-Xox: Ga'al-Xox must be good TzHaar.
        • Player: But why? What do you owe the TzHaar?
          • Ga'al-Xox: All TzHaar put TzHaar before their self. Even Ga'al. Ga'al follow you now.
        • Player: I suppose that's your choice.
          • Ga'al-Xox: Ga'al follow you now.
    • Player: Yes, follow me
      • Ga'al-Xox: Ga'al follow you!
Enter the tunnel and jump the chasm
  • Player: Come on, Xox!
    • Ga'al-Xox: Ground stop here.
    • Player: But it continues over here.
    • Ga'al-Xox: Ga'al Xox not there.
    • Player: You need to jump across!
    • Ga'al-Xox: Jump? What jump?
    • Player: It's what I just did!
    • Ga'al-Xox: Don't think TzHaar can jump.
    • Player: All you need to do is run, bend your legs and spring up. Go on – try to jump the chasm.
    • Ga'al-Xox: The no-ground?
    • Player: Yeah – go for it!
    • (Ga'al-Xox jumps)
    • Player: Great work!
    • Ga'al-Xox: I jump! I jump!
  • Player: Why aren't you following?

(After clearing the room of all enemies)

Checkpoint: You have successfully cleared this cave. If you leave this cave and return the cave will remain cleared.

Attempt to enter the next cave
  • Ga'al-Xox: What that there?
  • Player: It looks like a skeleton. Maybe we should take a closer look.
Investigate the skeleton

This skeleton is ancient. Its bones look like they would crumble upon touch. Clenched in its fists is an old book.

  • Option 1: Reach in and take the book.
    • This appears to be an old journal. Despite its obvious age, it is in very good condition – an old magic must be protecting it from the heat within the tunnels.
  • Option 2: Leave
Enter the next cave
  • Player: There. What's that?
  • Ga'al-Xox: It TokKul.
  • Player: Yes... and some flying discs. A TzHaar-Xil must have died here. I thought TzHaar weren't allowed down these tunnels. You'd better take these discs. It'd be safer if we both have a weapon.
  • Ga'al-Xox: Ga'al-Xox use this?
  • Player: Yeah, do you know how?
  • Ga'al-Xox: No.
  • Player: Let me show you. Just watch me.
Successfully complete one scale in the scales puzzle

The scales fall into place and you hear a clicking noise.

Solve the entire puzzle

With a loud groan, the ancient doors swing open.

Progress through the caves and attempt to enter the final entrance
  • Ga'al-Xox: This is Kiln?
  • Player: I think so. We'd better stop carefully – who knows what could be in there.
  • Ga'al-Xox: Ga'al-Xox ready, if [Player] ready too.
  • Player: I'm ready.
    • Ga'al-Xox: We go.
  • Player: You could turn back. You don't need to do this.
    • Ga'al-Xox: No, [Player], Ga'al-Xox must. Even if Ga'al-Xox not want this, we must for all other Ga'al.
    • Player: That's a brave decision.

The TokHaar[edit | edit source]

  • TokHaar-Hok: It has been... a very long time... since outsiders have entered our Kiln. Let us test your skills... let our sport be glorious.
Defeat the waves of TokHaar
  • TokHaar-Hok: Come speak with us.
Speak to TokHaar-Hok
  • TokHaar-Hok: You must be forged of strong rock to repel my... siblings.
    • Player: Why did they attack me? (1)
      • TokHaar-Hok: Not many visit... our Kiln. We like to test our skills against those who do. Come, human... let us talk a while. It has been a long time since we have spoken, so forgive us... if we are slow. Let us talk...
      • Player: Who are you?
        • TokHaar-Hok: We are... the TokHaar. We were forged to build the mountains of Gielinor... although Gielinor had a different name then. We were forged in this Kiln by our masters. When our work was done, we built a great mountain around this Kiln and returned to live within it... to await further instruction. Or, at least... some of us did. Some of us stayed behind in the mountain.
        • Player: The TzHaar?
        • TokHaar-Hok: Ah... yes... they call themselves the TzHaar now. They chose to live within the mountain we had built. They tunnelled through it to build their great cities... undermining our great purpose.
          • Player: How can you speak my language?
            • TokHaar-Hok: On occasion, creatures... like you... have wandered into our home. Below your feet flows the lava of creation... those who fall into it surrender their shape, memories and language... They become one with the TokHaar... Many beasts from the surrounding caves have been submerged in our Kiln. They pollute our resolve... but there are certain advantages... we learn from them.
          • Player: How long have you been here? What have you been doing?
            • TokHaar-Hok: We do not keep time... human. We were here at the beginning and we are still here. We have been practicing our skills against one another; honing our strength in anticipation of our master's return. Combat... is our great pleasure.
          • Player: Who are your masters?
            • TokHaar-Hok: Our masters were the designers of this world. They were the architects of the seas and the valleys, the icy lands to the north, the desert plains... and the mountains. We were their tools... their mountain builders. They built the Xil to dig up the earth and rock... the Mej to blast it into a size that the Kets could carry... and the Hur to craft the sediment into cliff-faces and slopes.
            • Player: Do you remember your masters?
            • TokHaar-Hok: We remember them... yes... and we shall wait for their return.
          • Player: Can we speak of something else?
            • TokHaar-Hok: Yes...
            • (Returns to first set of options)
      • Player: What is this place?
        • TokHaar-Hok: This is the Great Kiln from which we were forged. The Kiln was built by our masters to form the mountains. We have completed that task... now we wait for the return of our masters... and new orders. Within this Kiln flows sacred lava. Through it, we remain constant. If we are destroyed within this place, the lava rises and the Kiln forges us once more. Through this we are one... our memories shared by the lava. Existence as individuals is only ever... fleeting.
      • Player: Why did you attack us?
        • TokHaar-Hok: Combat is our pleasure. We wanted to test your abilities in our sport. You have proven quite capable. It has been such a long time since creatures have wandered into our home. We were... hungry for a challenge.
      • Player: Are you related to the TzHaar?
        • TokHaar-Hok: Ah... yes... they did not return with us... choosing to desecrate the mountain they were destined to build and calling themselves TzHaar. They are the epitome of weakness and corruption.
        • Player: I don't understand.
        • TokHaar-Hok: We were forged to build the mountains. When we finished, most of us returned to this Kiln. But some stayed behind to live in this mountain instead. They tunnelled through our great work to create their cities and mazes. It is... unnatural... to live outside of our Kiln. When we are destroyed... we are reforged by the Kiln. Our memories stay as one. The TzHaar have become so... weak. They pass on their memories through sordidly laying eggs... letting the sacred lava pass from one to another so wastefully. In the end, they become what they call 'TokKul', often neglecting to pass on their knowledge. Their memories going to waste... not returning to the sacred lava. They have forgotten their great purpose. And... why? To build cities of waste... shrines of disrespect to our great cause... to our purpose.
      • Player: I need your help.
        • TokHaar-Hok: So, you came here with a purpose...
        • Player: The TzHaar wish to infuse my friend, a Ga'al, with memories stored in their dead Champion's TokKul. Many of the TzHaar's new eggs are being born as Ga'al, and they want to fill them with the memories from the TokKul. If this works, then the TzHaar hope to bring new Ga'al here and repeat the process.
        • TokHaar-Hok: If the TzHaar had remained in our Kiln... they would not have to resort to such foolish endeavours to preserve their memories. Do you think this little 'Ga'al' can survive such a process? He might melt under the heat and become one with us.
        • Ga'al-Xox: I think I can.
        • TokHaar-Hok: What about you... human? Do you think the little Ga'al should sacrifice itself to hold the TzHaar's memories?
          • Player: I think he should, for the good of the TzHaar.
            • TokHaar-Hok: The TzHaar are a corrupt race...Although We can see how they may seem ordered and principled to you. Humans are agents of disorder and anarchy. If they returned to this Kiln, there would be no Ga' eggs. Their problems would melt away - all by staying true to the original purpose. But your loyalty...while commendable.
          • Player: I think he should, so the Ga'al can live good lives.
            • TokHaar-Hok: But will the Ga'al be better for it?
          • Player: I don't think he should. He doesn't need TzHaar memories.
            • TokHaar-Hok: So, you are the reluctant guardian of this Ga'al? The TzHaar are a corrupt race...and have no doubt deceived this Ga'al to make it undergo such a...process...
        • TokHaar-Hok: We shall allow this transformation to be carried out. Ga'al – stand under the mouth at the entrance to the Kiln. And embrace the heat.
    • Player: Let's see what rock you're forged from, then.
      • TokHaar-Hok: Ha ha. Not today, although to fight with you would be most...pleasurable. You have provided entertainment and we would like to talk with you a while. It has been a long time since we have spoken, so forgive us...if we are slow. Let us talk...

(Ga'al-Xox stands under the kiln's entrance)

  • Ga'al-Xox: Arrraaagh. [Player]!
  • Player: What have you done to him?
  • TokHaar-Hok: Nothing you haven't asked for... this creature was just too weak to endure it.
  • Player: What's wrong, Xox? What's happened?
  • Ga'al-Xox: It... It's the pressure... The pressure... I will explain when we're away from here...
  • TokHaar-Hok: Take the Ga'al back to the TzHaar... we shall provide some sport for you... to keep you... entertained... on the way back... You are... hugely fun to fight... we will give you a headstart on the way back...
Attempt to leave the Kiln
  • TokHaar-Hok: We would like to meet with you again... we are hungry for more sport. Return the creature back to its masters... finish your business, and then return here if you want a real battle. Hurry... [Player]... we are hungry for more.

The Trip Back[edit | edit source]

  • Player: What happened? Did it work? Do you have the Champion's memories?
  • Ga'al-Xox: I have memories now.
  • Player: But the transformation hurt you?
  • Ga'al-Xox: Transformation was painless.
  • Player: Then wha-
  • Ga'al-Xox: We must move quickly, [Player]. To disturb the TokHaar was mistake. TokHaar will hunt us down now that they know we are strong opponents. We are too late! They have caught up with us! Your choice, [Player], do we run or fight?

(At the scales room)

  • Ga'al-Xox: If the TzHaar – if the others – knew that this is what happens when TzHaar die... As the lava poured down I was flooded with memories... I felt purpose, context, flooding through me, and then... the memory of being TokKul. That prison was intense, crushing, a constant pounding pressure. More pain than I have ever felt. The pain is real. The pressure is real-
  • Player: Watch out! More TokHaar are coming!
  • Ga'al-Xox: Do we run or fight?

(At the second room from the entrance)

  • Ga'al-Xox: Being trapped as TokKul is maddening, [Player]. I was TokKul for short while, but it nearly broke me.
  • Player: What did it feel like?
  • Ga'al-Xox: Like I was folded in on myself, crushed so I could not move, could not think. All I knew was that this pain would never leave me, never.
Attempt to exit said room
  • Ga'al-Xox: I'm sorry if I'm not as much help as I should have been. This body moves slower than I am used to. The pain also slows me. But you fight well, like true TzHaar.
Attempt to exit to the TzHaar city
  • Ga'al-Xox: We're here. The elders must know what I've learned. Meet me at the Main Plaza.
  • Player: Will they listen to you?
  • Ga'al-Xox: I'm not sure. TzHaar live at peace with becoming TokKul when they die. If all TzHaar knew the pain of being TokKul, society would collapse.
  • Player: Are you hoping they'll stop sending the Ga'al to the Kiln?
  • Ga'al-Xox: They have to stop... they have to...

Ga'al-Xox heads to the Plaza as you leave the tunnel.

The Elders' Decision[edit | edit source]

  • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: JalYt, Ga'al. You have found the Kiln?
  • Player: Yes we have, and the forging is complete.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: We must test this claim, JalYt. This not a slur on your word, but Ga'al-Xox could have tricked you.
    • Player: Even after all we've done, you can't trust the Ga'al?
      • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: He glows like us now, but Ga'al cannot be trusted. (continues below from "If memories...")
    • Player: I understand that you need to be sure.
    • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: As I said, no slur on your word. If memories of TzHaar-Ket-Yit'tal burns within the Ga'al, it will have knowledge of how to fight. TzHaar-Ket, attack.
      • Option 1: (Step in)
        • Ga'al-Xox: No, [Player], it is important they know that TzHaar-Ket-Yit'tal burns within me. I have knowledge of how to fight.
      • Option 2: (Let Ga'al-Xox fight)
    • Player: You're right to be suspicious, trust is weakness.

(Ga'al-Xox fights the TzHaar-Ket)

  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: TzHaar-Ket-Yit'tal, it is you. You have all of your memories?
  • Ga'al-Xox: Yes. Now, TzHaar-Mej, listen to our story. Listen carefully.

You and Ga'al-Xox tell the TzHaar-Mej what you saw and did on your journey, of the TokHaar, and the forging that returned TzHaar-Ket-Yit'tal's memories – yet caused Ga'al-Xox so much pain.

  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Then my plan worked! We can turn Ga'al into TzHaar! Our memories will not be lost.
  • Ga'al-Xox: No! Do you not see? You cannot put more Ga'al through the pain I'm in. The constant pressure, the terrible memories of being trapped in TokKul... it is too much.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: The pain will go; you are strong now. Think of all the TzHaar trapped in TokKul who now can live again. This is the right thing to do. From now on, we shall call you TzHaar-Ga'al-Xox'tal.
  • Ga'al-Xox: You do not see! Names and castes are not what is important. You do not understand... Help me, [Player].
    • Player: The TzHaar can't put the Ga'al through this pain, its' cruel.
      • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: If it is as you say, then it is cruel to leave TzHaar rapped in TokKul. We must free them! And would you want us to die out, [Player]? This is the only way.
      • Ga'al-Xox: You would let the Ga'al live in constant pain? The TzHaar do not listen to reason, [Player]. Goodbye – you have been a good friend and teacher. I must go. The TzHaar are blind.
      • (Ga'al-Xox leaves)
      • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: He will come back in time. Thank you, [Player]. As acknowledgement of your help, we now call you Yt'Haar. That mean sacred-cold in TzHaar. Big honour. We shall send more Ga'al to Kiln. Now Mej will get to work and collect as much TokKul as we can to send with them. You have helped save our race, [Player].
    • Player: Turning Ga'al into TzHaar will help both groups.
      • Ga'al-Xox: How can you say that? Would you want other Ga'al to suffer like me? This cannot be allowed.
      • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: If it is as you say, then it is cruel to leave TzHaar rapped in TokKul. We must free them! And would you want us to die out, [Player]? This is the only way.
      • (continues as above)
    • Player: I'm only interested in the power of that Kiln.
      • Ga'al-Xox: I am also interested in the Kiln, but not as a tool for the TzHaar's experiments.
      • Ga'al-Xox: You have been a good friend and teacher. Goodbye, [Player].
      • (continues as above)


  • TokHaar-Hok: So the TzHaar wouldn't listen... about the pain you've endured... they do not understand the torment of being trapped in TokKul... something must be done...
  • Ga'al-Xox: But what?
  • TokHaar-Hok: Let us talk for a while... my little Ga'al...

Post-Quest Dialogue[edit | edit source]

TzHaar-Mej-Ak and TzHaar-Mej-Jeh[edit | edit source]

  • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: Hello Yt'Haar-[Caste]-[Player].
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: It is good to see you, Yt'Haar-[Caste]-[Player].
    • Player: About this ring...
      • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: You want to know more about TokKul-Zo?
        • Player: What does it do?
          • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: This ring has a piece of TokKul in it. When wearing it, it will guide your hand and make you better when fighting TzHaar, fire creatures and maybe even TokHaar.
          • Player: How does it do that?
          • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: My magic taps into the memories in the ring, so you better at fighting like a TzHaar. The magic will fade after time. When this happens, return to me and I will recharge it for you... for a price.
          • Player: What's your price?
          • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: 50,000 TokKul for a full recharge. Normally I would do it for free, but we need all the TokKul we can get, as we will soon be sending more Ga'al to the Kiln.
            • Player: I feel bad about using TokKul as currency now.
              • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Why do you feel bad, Yt'Haar-[Caste]-[Player]?
              • Player: Well now I know that the TzHaar trapped in TokKul are in pain it doesn't feel right.
              • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Spending TokKul in shops means we have more TokKul to send to the Kiln. TokKul has always been currency, this will not change. You want to know more about TokKul-Zo?
              • (Back to previous options)
            • Player: Okay.
        • Player: Can you recharge it?
        • Player: Let's talk about something else.
          • (Back to previous options)
        • Player: I have to be going.
          • (Ends conversation)
    • Player: What's happening now with the Ga'al?
      • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Soon, we will send more Ga'al to the Kiln. As you cleared the way, it should be safe for them now.
      • Player: I'm not sure if the TokHaar would appreciate that.
      • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: They helped you with Ga'al-Xox, they will help again.
      • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: It is a good thing you've done. Now, Ga'al can live with TzHaar.
      • Player: Doesn't Ga'al-Xox's reaction to all this worry you at all? He seemed a little unhinged.
      • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: Ga'al-Xox was Ga'al for a long time. He is bound to react to the change, but in time he will accept it. What matters is that it worked!
      • Player: Have you seen him since he left?
      • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: No, no-one has seen him since he returned from the Kiln, but he will come back. He is TzHaar now.
    • Player: Are you concerned about the TokHaar?
      • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: TokHaar are old TzHaar. TzHaar like to keep to themselves.
      • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: They helped you with Ga'al? Why would they do this if they want to threaten TzHaar?
    • Player: I'd like to talk about titles
    • Player: I'd like to talk about something else.
      • Player: Who are you?
        • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: I am TzHaar-Mej-Ak – we met at Birthing Pool. I am one of the elders of the TzHaar City.
        • Player: So, you're like a leader?
        • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: No, no. TzHaar have no leader. All TzHaar equal, all TzHaar have their role. No need for leaders.
        • Player: So what's your role?
        • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: I guide the TzHaar when there's change. TzHaar do not like change. If it were up to us, we would not allow it. But sometimes, the world changes and we must think how TzHaar must react.
      • Player: What's TokKul?
        • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: We use TokKul like you use gold. Only TokKul is the remains of dead TzHaar.
          • Player: You use rocks as currency?
            • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: Not rock! Dead TzHaar! Trapped in each TokKul is dead TzHaar's memory. That's what make it sacred to us.
          • Player: I see.
      • Player: What's there to do here?
        • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: If you in the mood to kill, you could go Fight Pits or Fight Cave. They both to the south-west. If you interested in TzHaar history, go west to library. Or maybe you visit shops for top quality TzHaar goods.
      • Player: I'll be going now.

TokHaar-Hok[edit | edit source]

After the quest a new dialogue option replaces "Why did you attack us?"

  • Player: Why did you chase us?
    • TokHaar-Hok: We apologise. We haven't faced anyone other than ourselves for such a long time. Speaking with you and... meeting... the little TzHaar flared our curiosity. Those you destroyed are lost to us now. It is we who suffered for our sport.