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The Pharaoh Queen[edit | edit source]

  • Pharoah Queen: Greetings, traveller.
  • Player: Greetings, your Majesty. Is this papyrus of any use to you?
  • Pharoah Queen: Yes indeed, this reminds me of my name, although I can tell there is much wrong in this version.
  • Player: I also have this papyrus, even better than the last.
  • Pharoah Queen: Yes indeed, this reminds me of my name, this version seems perfect.
  • Player: Furthermore, is this scroll of any use to you?
  • Pharoah Queen: Yes indeed, this reminds me of my personality and deeds. I thank you for this gift.
    • Player: Can I talk to you about your reconstruction?
      • Pharoah Queen: I am anxious to converse with the one who sent you and see why she seeks my wisdom. What is it you wish to work upon?
        • Player: Can you tell me about the body and body double?
          • (If body is incomplete)
            • Pharoah Queen: You must restore all four canopic jars, my body and my hand to their places in this chamber. By this I will be physically complete.
          • (Else if body has been fully restored)
            • Pharoah Queen: My body is restored fully, there is nothing more you can do.
          • (If body double is incomplete)
            • Pharoah Queen: By restoring all of my grave goods, my body double will be able to replace me in the afterlife so that I may concentrate upon the realm of the living. You must restore the statue of me, the ushabti, to its former glory. You must also replenish the spiced wine and the pot of wheat, and repair my furniture. When all of this is done, you will have served well.
          • (Else if body double has been fully restored)
            • Pharoah Queen: My body double is restored fully, there is no more you can do.
        • Player: What would you know about bolstering your spirit?
          • (If the desert god statues are incomplete)
            • Pharoah Queen: Please insert missing dialogue here.
          • (Else if desert god statues have been fully restored)
            • Pharoah Queen: My spiritual place is restored fully, there is no more you can do.
        • Player: Personality and name? How can I find these?
          • (If Senliten's name hasn't been restored)
            • Pharoah Queen: My use-name, Senliten, is not the full name that identifies me in the great scheme. This name was written upon a papyrus on the upper level of this tomb. You must recover this and return it to me or its contents in order to give me a sense of my place in the cosmos.
          • (Else if her name has been partially restored with the Copied name papyrus)
            • Pharoah Queen: My use-name, Senliten, is not the full name that identifies me in the great scheme and the papyrus you have supplied is flawed. [The rest of this dialogue is the same as above.]
          • (Else if her name has been fully restored)
            • Pharoah Queen: My name is restored fully, there is no more you can do.
          • (If personality is incomplete)
            • Pharoah Queen: The deeds of my life are forgotten with the passing of years. These deeds were written upon a papyrus on the upper level of this tomb. You must recover this and return it to me or its contents in order to remind me what I once was.
          • (Else if personality is complete)
            • Pharoah Queen: I am fully reminded of my past deeds, there is no more you can do.
        • Player: How can I reunite your shadow?
          • (If not all of Tumeken's shadows have been defeated)
            • Pharoah Queen: Even a Pharaoh is but a shadow of Tumeken's glory. Go to the shrine of Tumeken, ignite the flames there and defeat the shadows. This will reinforce my shadows as you symbolically defeat the darkness.
          • (Else if all Tumeken's shadows have been defeated)
            • Pharoah Queen: I am fully reunited with my shadow, there is no more you can do.
        • Player: I think I can deal with this myself.
          • Pharoah Queen: Tread softly in the land of the living.
    • Player: Can I talk to you about Leela?
      • Pharoah Queen: I have no memory of such a name.
      • Player: She is the one who sent me here to make contact with you.
      • Pharoah Queen: I am glad to be remembered. The solitude of the centuries weighs heavily upon the bearing of a Queen.
    • Player: Can I talk to you about the tomb robbers?
    • Player: Can I talk to you about history?
    • Player: I have nothing more to say.