Dialogue for Werewolf (NPC)

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Talking to the werewolf without the ring of Charos[edit | edit source]

  • Player: What's beneath the trapdoor?
  • Werewolf: That's none of your business, human, and I'll never tell.
  • Player: Oh, come on - I'm only curious.
  • Werewolf: If it wasn't my duty to stand here and guard our agility course from the likes of you, I would be relieving you of your life right now.
  • Player: So it's an agility course, then?
  • Werewolf: No ... yes ... oh blast - you didn't hear me say anything, right?
  • Player: No problem. Can I come in?
  • Werewolf: No, human - it's werewolves only.

Talking to the werewolf while wearing the werewolf outfit[edit | edit source]

  • Player: What's beneath the trapdoor?
  • Werewolf: That's none of your business, human, and I'll never tell.
  • Player: I'm not a human, I'm a werewolf.

You can tell by my...errr....stunningly fluffy tail.

  • Werewolf: You smell of human...and your tail is attached by a peg.
  • Player: Erm...woof?
  • Werewolf: Har har har.
  • The werewolf attacks the player, knocking them out.
  • Player: I guess I deserved that.

Talking to the werewolf while wearing the ring of Charos[edit | edit source]

  • Player: What's beneath the trapdoor?
  • Werewolf: It's an agility course designed for lycanthropes like ourselves, my friend.
  • Player: Can I come in and use it?
  • Werewolf: Certainly. The cavern contains two courses: on the west side is a level 60 Agility Course, and on the east side is a level 25 Skullball Course.

Attempting to enter the trapdoor while not wearing the ring of Charos[edit | edit source]

  • Werewolf: You can't go down there, human. If it wasn't my duty to guard this trapdoor, I would be relieving you of the burden of your life right now.

Attempting to enter the trapdoor while wearing the ring of Charos[edit | edit source]

Werewolf: Good luck down there, my friend. Remember, to the west is the main agility course, while to the east is a skullball course.