Transcript of Waterfall Quest

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This transcript involves dialogue with Almera, Golrie, Hadley, Hudon, and the player.


A Mother's Concern[edit | edit source]

  • Player: Hello.
  • Almera: Ah, hello there. Nice to see an outsider for a change, are you busy? I have a problem.
  • (Quest Overview interface opens.)
    • Not right now
      • Player: I'm afraid I'm in a rush.
      • Almera: Oh okay, never mind.
    • Accept quest
      • Player: How can I help?
      • Almera: It's my son Hudon, he's always getting into trouble, the boy's convinced there's hidden treasure in the river and I'm worried about his safety, the poor lad can't even swim.
      • Player: I could go and take a look for you if you like?
      • Almera: Would you? You are kind. You can use the small raft out back if you wish, do be careful, the current down stream is very strong.

If the player speaks to Almera again, before talking to Hudon:

  • Almera: Hello brave adventurer, have you seen my boy yet?
  • Player: I'm afraid not, but I'm sure he hasn't gone far.
  • Almera: I do hope so, you can't be too careful these days.

Treasure Trove[edit | edit source]

Boarding the raft:

  • You board the small raft.
  • and push off down stream.
  • The raft is pulled down stream by strong currents.
  • You crash into a small land mound.

Talking to Hudon:

  • Player: Hello son, are you okay? You need help?
  • Hudon: It looks like you need the help.
  • Player: Your mum sent me to find you.
  • Hudon: Don't play nice with me, I know you're looking for the treasure too.
  • Player: Where is this treasure you talk of?
  • Hudon: Just because I'm small doesn't mean I'm dumb! If I told you, you would take it all for yourself.
  • Player: Maybe I could help.
  • Hudon: I'm fine alone.

Speaking to Hudon again:

  • Player: So you're still here.
  • Player: I'll find that treasure soon, just you wait and see.

?:

  • Player: Hello son, are you okay? You need help?
  • Hudon: Don't play nice with me, I know you're looking for the treasure too.
  • Player: Your mum sent me to find you.
  • Hudon: I'll go home when I've found the treasure. I'm going to be a rich rich man.
  • Player: Where is this treasure you talk of?
  • Hudon: Just because I'm small doesn't mean I'm dumb! If I told you, you would take it all for yourself.
  • Player: Maybe I could help.
  • Hudon: I'm fine alone.
  • Player: Ok, I'll leave you to it.

If the player speaks to Hudon again before the quest ends:

  • Player: Hello again.
  • Hudon: Not you still, why don't you give up?
  • Player: And miss all the fun!
  • Hudon: You do understand that anything you find you have to share with me.
  • Player: Why's that?
  • Hudon: Because I told you about the treasure.
  • Player: Well, I wouldn't count on it.
  • Hudon: That's not fair.
  • Player: Neither is life, kid.

Talking to Almera after talking to Hudon:

  • Player: Hello again.
  • Almera: Well hello, you're still around then.
  • Player: I saw Hudon by the river but he refused to come back with me.
  • Almera: Yes he told me, the foolish lad came in drenched to the bone, he had fallen into the waterfall, lucky he wasn't killed! Now he can spend the rest of the summer in his room.
  • Player: Any ideas on what I could do while I'm here?
  • Almera: Why don't you visit the tourist centre south of the waterfall?

If the player speaks to Hudon after the quest's end:

  • Player: Hello again.
  • Hudon: You stole my treasure. I saw you!
  • Player: I'll make sure it goes to a good cause.
  • Hudon: Hmmmm!

Tourist Target[edit | edit source]

  • Player: Hello there.
  • Hadley: Are you on holiday? If so you've come to the right place. I'm Hadley the tourist guide, anything you need to know just ask me we have some of the most unspoilt wildlife and scenery in Gielinor. People come from miles around to fish in the clear lakes or to wander the beautiful hillsides.
  • Player: It is quite pretty.
  • Hadley: Surely pretty is an understatement kind [Sir/Ma'am]. Beautiful, amazing or possibly life-changing would be some suitable wording. Have you seen the Baxtorian waterfall? Named after the elf king who was buried beneath.
  • Select an option
    • Can you tell me what happened to the elf king?
      • Player: Can you tell me what happened to the elf king?
      • Hadley: There are many myths about Baxtorian. One popular story is that after defending his kingdom against the invading dark forces from the west, Baxtorian returned to find his wife Glarial had been captured by the enemy! This destroyed Baxtorian, after years of searching he became a recluse. In the secret home he had made for Glarial under the waterfall, he never cae out and it is told that only Glarial could enter.
      • Player: What happened to him?
      • Hadley: Oh, I don't know. I believe we have some pages on him upstairs in our archives. If you wish to look at them please be careful, they're all pretty delicate.
      • Select an option
        • Where else is worth visiting around here?
          • (Same as below)
        • Is there treasure under the waterfall?
          • (Same as below)
        • Thanks then, goodbye.
          • (Same as below)
    • Where else is worth visiting around here?
      • Player: Where else is worth visiting around here?
      • Hadley: There is a lovely spot for a picnic on the hill to the north east, there lies a monument to the deceased elven queen Glarial. It really is quite pretty.
      • Player: Who was queen Glarial?
      • Hadley: Baxtorian's wife, the only person who could also enter the waterfall. She was queen when this land was inhabited by elven kind. Glarial was kidnapped while Baxtorian was away, but they eventually recovered her body and brought her home to rest.
      • Player: That's sad.
      • Hadley: True, I believe there's some information about her upstairs, if you look at them please be careful.
      • Select an option
        • Can you tell me what happened to the elf king?
          • (Same as above)
        • Is there treasure under the waterfall?
          • (Same as below)
        • Thanks then, goodbye.
          • (Same as below)
    • Is there treasure under the waterfall?
      • Player: Is there treasure under the waterfall?
      • Hadley: Ha ha... Another treasure hunter. Well if there is no one's been able to get to it. They've been searching that river for decades, all to no avail.
      • Select an option
        • Can you tell me what happened to the elf king?
          • (Same as above)
        • Where else is worth visiting around here?
          • (Same as above)
        • Thanks then, goodbye.
          • (Same as below)
    • Thanks then, goodbye.
      • Player: Thanks then, goodbye.
      • Hadley: Enjoy your visit.

Searching a bookcase upstairs:

  • You search the bookcase...
  • You find a book named 'Book on Baxtorian'

Talking to Hadley after reading the book:

  • Player: Hello there.
  • Hadley: I hope you're enjoying your stay, there should be lots of useful information in that book: places to go, people to see.
  • (See above)

Talking to Almera after obtaining the book:

  • Player: Hello Almera.
  • Almera: Hello adventurer, how's your treasure hunt going?
  • Player: Oh, I'm just sight seeing.
  • Almera: No adventurer stays this long just to sight see. But your business is yours alone, if you need to use the raft go ahead. But please try not to crash it this time!
  • Player: Thanks Almera.

Glarial's Pebble[edit | edit source]

Searching the crate with the key:

  • You search the crate...
  • and find a large key.

Attempting to crawl through the tunnel before talking to Golrie:

  • You don't want to start crawling around in tunnels unless you know where you're going!

Opening the gate to Golrie with the key:

  • The key fits the gate.
  • You open the gate and walk through.

Talking to Golrie:

  • Player: Hello, is your name Golrie?
  • Golrie: That's me. I've been stuck in here for weeks, those goblins are trying to steal my family's heirlooms. My granddad gave me all sorts of old junk.
  • Player: Do you mind if I have a look?
  • Golrie: No, of course not.
  • You look amongst the junk on the floor.
  • Mixed with the junk on the floor you find Glarial's pebble.
  • Player: Could I take this old pebble?
  • Golrie: Oh that, yes you have it, it's just some old elven junk I believe.
  • You give Golrie the key.
  • Golrie: Thanks a lot for the key traveller. I think I'll wait in here until those goblins get bored and leave.
  • Player: OK... Take care Golrie.

Searching a chest next to Golrie:

  • You find some crystalline discs.
  • Three coloured polygonal discs appear in the player's inventory.

Searching the chest again with discs in the inventory:

  • You search the chest, but it is bare.

Attempting to enter the gate without a key after talking to Golrie:

  • Golrie has locked himself in.

Glarial's Tomb[edit | edit source]

Using Glarial's pebble on her tombstone while carrying combat equipment:

  • You place the pebble in the gravestone's small indent.
  • It fits perfectly, but nothing happens.

Using Glarial's pebble on her tombstone without carrying combat equipment:

  • You place the pebble in the gravestone's small indent.
  • You hear a loud creak.
  • The stone slab slides back revealing a ladder down.
  • You climb down to an underground passage.

Searching Glarial's tomb:

  • You search the coffin
  • Inside you find an url full of ashes.
  • You take the urn and close the coffin.
  • Glarial's urn appears in the player's inventory.

Searching the closed chest:

  • You search the chest and find a small amulet.
  • Glarial's amulet appears in the player's inventory.

The Chalice of Eternity[edit | edit source]

Climbing down to the dungeon entrance:

  • You tie the rope to the tree
  • and let your self down on to the ledge.

Attempting to enter the dungeon without Glarial's amulet:

  • You peer through the door into a corridor.
  • Suddenly the corridor floods...
  • flushing you back into the river.
  • You tumble over the waterfall...
  • Player: Ouch!
  • and are washed up by the riverside.

Entering the dungeon with Glarial's amulet:

  • You peer through the door into a corridor.
  • You walk through the door.

Exiting the dungeon:

  • You open the door and walk through.

Searching the crate with the key:

  • You search the crate
  • and find a large key

Searching the crate with the key in the inventory:

  • You search the crate
  • You find nothing of interest.

Entering the chamber with the chalice:

  • You open the door and walk through.

Placing an air, water or earth rune on a pillar:

  • You place the rune on the stand.
  • The rune stone disappears in a puff of smoke.

Using Glarial's amulet on the Statue of Glarial:

  • You place the amulet around the neck of the statue.
  • You hear a loud rumble from beneath...
  • The ground raises up before you!

Attempting to take the treasure from the chalice without having poured Glarial's ashes into it:

  • You hear the gushing of water.
  • Water floods into the cavern.
  • You are washed downstream, but feel lucky to be alive.

Pouring Glarial's ashes into the chalice:

  • You carefully pour the ashes into the chalice
  • as you remove the Treasure of Baxtorian.
  • The chalice remains standing.
  • Inside you find a mithril case
  • containing 40 seeds,
  • two diamonds and two gold bars.
QUEST COMPLETE

Attempting to take the treasure from the chalice again:

  • The chalice only contains some old ashes.