Dialogue for Wandering Ga'al

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Encountering TzHaar-Ga'al-Kot[edit | edit source]

  • TzHaar-Ga'al-Kot: JalYt found TzHaar-Ga'al-Kot!
  • Select an option
    • What are you doing here?
      • TzHaar-Ga'al-Kot: Exploring world above TzHaar City. Have many adventures.
      • Player: Adventures?
      • TzHaar-Ga'al-Kot: Yes! Bake cake in Lumbridge. Fly magic carpet in desert! Catch fish. Eat fish. TzHaar-Ga'al-Kot not like fish. Battle TokTz-Ket-Dill - long way from home - in tower. Fight with honour, like TzHaar. Upworld creatures drop many interesting things when defeated. TzHaar-Ga'al-Kot like upworld.
    • Why couldn't I see you?
      • TzHaar-Ga'al-Kot: TzHaar-Ga'al-Kot hide. Only JalYt in city see TzHaar. No TzHaar or Ga'al up here before. JalYt may not understand.
      • Player: But how did you turn invisible?
      • TzHaar-Ga'al-Kot: TzHaar-Mej teach volcano magic. TzHaar-Ga'al-Kot watch JalYt-Mej in tall tower. Quiet; watch and learn about JalYt magic. Ga'al new TzHaar. Old TzHaar full. Ga'al born empty. Learn quickly. Make new magic.
      • Select an option
        • So you taught yourself an invisibility spell?
          • TzHaar-Ga'al-Kot: Not spell. Wanted to hide, so hid. Ga'al good at not being noticed. TzHaar-Ga'al-Kot too good, though. Couldn't unhide. Thank you for unhiding TzHaar-Ga'al-Kot!
        • What runes do you need to cast that spell?
          • TzHaar-Ga'al-Kot: TzHaar-Mej use runes. TzHaar-Ga'al-Kot not use runes. Too much hassle, and no pockets.
          • Player: You can't just 'decide' to not use runes.
          • TzHaar-Ga'al-Kot: No?
          • Player: No.
          • TzHaar-Ga'al-Kot: Why not?
          • Player: Runestones contain the elemental essence of magic. We need runes to cast spells. That's how magic works. You have to use runes.
          • TzHaar-Ga'al-Kot: Nobody told TzHaar-Ga'al-Kot.
        • Can you teach me your magic?
          • TzHaar-Ga'al-Kot: TzHaar-Ga'al-Kot would, if could. JalYt would need to be born Ga'al. But JalYt born JalYt. TzHaar-(players Caste)-Player is TzHaar to all TzHaar - great champion, saviour of TzHaar City - but even these great deeds not change nature of JalYt. Ga'al born of TzHaar. TzHaar born of TokHaar. TokHaar born of elder masters. Ga'al came from masters. JalYt came from outside.
    • Can you read the ancient TzHaar language?
      • TzHaar-Ga'al-Kot: TzHaar very old. Ga'al very young. Ancient TzHaar very dead. Perhaps - can try. Where ancient TzHaar words?
      • Player: At the mouth of the lava conduit surrounding the TzHaar City.
      • TzHaar-Ga'al-Kot: The TzKot-Zo? TzHaar-Ga'al-Kot go wait for TzHaar-(players caste)-Player there.
      • Select an option
        • Go. I'll meet you at the Fight Cauldron.
          • Congratulations! You have completed: 'To Ga'al or Not to Ga'al. (Find TzHaar-Ga'al-Kot.)
          • The Ga'al hurries to the Fight Cauldron.
        • Not yet. I have more questions for you...
          • (returns to previous options)
    • Go away.
      • TzHaar-Ga'al-Kot vanishes

The bookcase[edit | edit source]

  • TzHaar-Ga'al-Kot: Ancient TzHaar make TzHaar-Ga'al-Kot's head hurt.
  • Select an option
    • Having trouble translating the text?
      • TzHaar-Ga'al-Kot: Words of TokHaar-Hok written on orbs. Very, very old words. TzHaar must have written words when first left Elder Kiln, in case they forgot.
        • Which of TokHaar-Hok's texts do you wish to translate?
          • Preface.
          • The Masters.
          • The Great Labour.
          • The Hollow Victory.
          • The Enduring Vigil.
    • What were you doing on the surface?
      • (Same as during first encounter)
    • Why couldn't I see you?
      • (Same as during first encounter)
    • Why couldn't a TzHaar do this?
      • Player: There's a TzHaar-Ket banker right over there. Why do I need a Ga'al to translate the bookcase?
      • TzHaar-Ga'al-Kot: TzHaar-Ket not read ancient TzHaar. TzHaar-Ga'al-Kot is sorry you are angry.
      • Player: But the TzHaar inherit the memories of their ancestors. He should know far more than you do!
      • TzHaar-Ga'al-Kot: TzHaar forgetting what they are. Each egg holds less memories than last. Speak to TokHaar-Hok. He remembers. TokHaar know why. TzHaar came from Elder Kiln, but few even remember it exists. Most TzHaar not willing to learn new things. Rarely had to. Ga'al like sponges. Ga'al want to know everything!

Preface[edit | edit source]

  • TokHaar-Hok: We are TokHaar-Hok. When it is necessary, we rise up, and speak for the TokHaar. We are the voice of the masters. When the masters wish to speak, they speak through us. The TokHaar-Hok hear the words of the masters. Only the TokHaar-Hok are strong enough to channel the voice of the masters. Only the TokHaar-Hok can hope to voice the incomprehensible thoughts of the masters. The TokHaar-Hok are the voice caste. We listen, we speak, and all TokHaar obey.

The Masters[edit | edit source]

  • TokHaar-Hok: The masters are few in number, but their power is unequalled. They are primordial elders, older than all things. They are the mothers. They are the creators. Jas is time, and so time passes. She is sand, and so there is desert. She created the Elder Stone. Ful is constancy: the ever-burning flame. She is fire, and so there is lava. She created the Elder Kiln.
  • TzHaar-Ga'al-Kot: Rest of reading orb is damaged. More entries, but runes too faint to read.

The Great Labour[edit | edit source]

  • TokHaar-Hok: In their effort to achieve perfection, the masters created every single world in the universe. The masters created world after world from sacred clay, each an improvement on the last, born from the essence of their beings. The first worlds were primal and chaotic. The masters tore them asunder, and cast the discarded clay into the abyssal void. The masters were dissatisfied with the work of their bare hands. They created tools - artefacts of power - to wield as they sought perfection in their creation. They hungered to create the most perfect of worlds. The masters toiled for aeons. The masters travelled through the formless void, creating world after world. The masters improved their technique. They created precision tools, and abandoned their inferior prototypes on the failed worlds. In time, Ful created the Elder Kiln: an artefact that manufactures living implements. At the site of the last few worlds, she planted the Elder Kiln beneath the surface. Sacred lava flowed through sacred clay. The TokHaar awoke. Forged by the Elder Kiln, we worked to fulfil our masters' plan. The TokHaar-Hok heard the masters, and conveyed their orders. The TokHaar-Ket, the TokHaar-Xil, the TokHaar-Mej, the TokHaar-Hur obeyed. As the TokHaar spread out across each forming world, we TokHaar-Hok increased in number, to carry the words of the masters to every corner of the world. When our work was complete, the masters looked upon their creation, and were dissatisfied. The TokHaar returned to the sacred lava, and Ful tore the Elder Kiln from the imperfect world. The masters started anew, hoping that with their next project they would achieve perfection. The TokHaar improved with each attempt, becoming more effective instruments of the masters. We laboured. We obeyed. We served our great purpose. It was glorious.

The Hollow Victory[edit | edit source]

  • TokHaar-Hok: After many failures - imperfect worlds wrought with crude tools - the masters succeeded. They created their final, perfect world. The masters fulfilled their great longing. They cast aside their tools, for they no longer had need of them. Jas set down the Elder Stone: the artefact that most purely expressed her power. The masters lay down upon their perfect world. The masters...speak no more.

The Enduring Vigil[edit | edit source]

  • TokHaar-Hok: There are no more orders. No more mountains to shape. No more tunnels to dig. The masters lie still above us. We do not know if they will awaken. They did not choose to tell us. We will wait. We exist to serve our masters. We will continue our vigil until the masters return. We long for the voice.