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The Cotton TalesEdit

Starting offEdit

Talking to Easter BunnyEdit

  • (First time only:)
    • Easter Bunny: Hey, I need your help, Player! Please help me! So it appears my father was a bit forgetful, and sometimes he did not manage to deliver the gifts he was tasked to sort out. Could you help me find some of the gifts he left behind?
    • (Continues below.)
  • (After declining the offer:)
    • Easter Bunny: Hey, Player! Have you changed your mind?
    • (Continues below.)
  • Yes, I'll do it.
    • You get the magical bunny notepaper from the Easter Bunny.
    • Easter Bunny: Great! I mean he was always really rubbish at remembering things, but this time of year was always the worst. His costume was a little too big for him, in truth, and he would get bashed around the head by it a little bit too much, if you know what I mean. So I used to make him write stuff down. This is one of the notes he left. It might help you track down the first gift.
  • I'll pass.
    • Easter Bunny: Then I'm not giving you any gifts. Meanie!

Talking to Easter Bunny after startingEdit

  • Player: Any advice? I'm a bit lost.
  • Easter Bunny: That paper you have will help you. Be sure to read it!

Retrieving the notepaperEdit

  • Player: I lost my magical bunny notepaper!
  • (If the notepaper isn't owned:)
    • Easter Bunny: I have one right here for you.
    • You get the magical bunny notepaper from the Easter Bunny.
  • (If the notepaper is owned:)
    • Easter Bunny: You appear to already have one in your [backpack/bank].

CabbageEdit

Reading the notepaperEdit

  • Full. Of. Them. Balls. Of. Nutritious. Green.

Talking to the cabbageEdit

  • Cabbage: What do you want? Have you brought me some food?
  • Player: No... Wait a minute! A talking Cabbage? And I am fairly sure you are not the tastiest of gods! Who are you?
  • Cabbage: Oh! You know of him? He scares me, though I am of course his loyal and tasty follower. (Should he be listening.)
  • Player: Of course I know of Brassica Prime! And the voice that goes right through you!
  • Cabbage: I have no idea what you could mean. But what are you doing here?
  • It seems unlikely that a cabbage could wink, but somehow he seems to manage it.
  • Cabbage: So what are you doing here?
  • Player: I was looking for a special gift someone left here.
  • Cabbage: Was this gift left by the rabbit, by some chance?
  • Player: There may have been a rabbit involved. Why?
  • Cabbage: Oh, I know where that is! But I want something before I'll tell you.
  • Player: Naturally.
  • Cabbage: Well, I AM a cabbage. It doesn't get more natural than that. And I want to be more tasty!
  • Player: But how would you know what makes you more tasty, and why would you want to be...
  • Cabbage: Worry yourself not in the affair of cabbages! However, I require the following of you... A bucket of compost, a bucket of water and some cooked shrimp. Bring me those, and I shall tell you where that special gift is! Do not return until you have them!

Reading the notepaperEdit

  • I need to retrieve a shrimp, compost and bucket of water and hand them to the cabbage. Strange.

Talking to the cabbageEdit

  • (If the shrimp isn't carried and isn't yet delivered:)
    • Cabbage: You don't appear to have any shrimp.
    • (Continues below.)
  • (If the shrimp is carried and isn't yet delivered:)
    • You hand the cabbage the shrimp.
    • (Continues below.)
  • (If the compost isn't carried and isn't yet delivered:)
    • Cabbage: You don't appear to have any compost.
    • (Continues below.)
  • (If the compost is carried and isn't yet delivered:)
    • You hand the cabbage the compost.
    • (Continues below.)
  • (If the bucket of water isn't carried and isn't yet delivered:)
    • Cabbage: You don't appear to have a bucket of water.
    • (Continues below.)
  • (If the bucket of water is carried and isn't yet delivered:)
    • You hand the cabbage the bucket of water.
    • (Continues below.)
  • (If all the items have been delivered:)
    • You've given the cabbage all of the necessary items. You should now speak to him.

Reading the notepaperEdit

  • I have the ingredients. Time to hand them into the Cabbage.

Talking to the cabbageEdit

  • Cabbage: Aha! I smell shrimp on you!
  • Player: But you're a cabbage. How do you smell anything?
  • Cabbage: You are talking to a cabbage, and you want to know how I have a sense of smell? Where are your priorities?
  • Player: ...
  • Cabbage: Now mix them all together and pour them over me. Once you have done that, I'll tell you where the egg-I mean 'gift'. Where the 'gift' is.
  • You mix the ingredients together and pour the foul-smelling sludge over the cabbage.
  • Cabbage: Thank you! Here's the egg you wanted!
  • The cabbage hands you a divine egg.

Reading the notepaperEdit

  • After handing in the ingredients, I received a divine egg. Perhaps I should view it.

Talking to the cabbageEdit

  • (If the egg is owned:)
    • Cabbage: Have you read your notepaper for any clues?
  • (If the egg is lost:)
    • Player: I lost my Egg!
    • Cabbage: I have one right here for you.
    • You get the divine egg from the Cabbage.

Viewing the divine eggEdit

  • Guthix: I pondered long and hard what to do with Brassica Prime and our conversations troubled me at first. It gave me complicated responses, full of confusion but still displaying a deeply profound connection to the Anima Mundi. Deeper than almost any other I had encountered. It talked of 'concentrated nutrition', with a clear awareness of place in the cycle and acceptance of the sacrifices that we all must make. And provided no small measure of amusement. With further discussion it seems it in fact had an extensive understanding about our vision despite its obsession with 'deliciousness' and how that should be considered so important. I was left to think both long and hard. My only resolve was that I could not banish this one.
  • Your magic bunny notepaper makes a strange noise in your pocket.

Dave the giant entEdit

Reading the notepaperEdit

  • Dead. Wood. All. Around. Scary. House.

Talking to Dave the giant entEdit

  • Dave the giant ent: Who are yew?
  • Player: Errrr...
  • Dave the giant ent: Well, I am stumped! Come on.
  • Player: I am just here to try to find a lost gift.
  • Dave the giant ent: Oak-kay, oak-kay. I might be able to help you with that.
  • Player: I have this note...
  • Dave the giant ent: Then you are barking up the wrong tree; you should take a leaf out of my book and calm down.
  • Player: Sorry, did you just say 'barking' and 'leaf' in the same sentence?
  • Dave the giant ent: You need to branch out!
  • Player: Oh, you're one of THOSE people.
  • Dave the giant ent: Are you pining for a lost god? Don't teak it so to heart!
  • Player: Why am I talking to you?
  • Dave the giant ent: Because you have twigged that you need to magic up the thing you have lost.
  • Player: Oh, I think I see how this is going to work. I need... Yew?
  • Dave the giant ent: Better. Much better. You may be finding the root of this problem at last.
  • Player: I'll provide you with bad tree puns until you're sycamore.
  • Dave the giant ent: Nice one! Oak-kay, to my problem, I'm getting broody. I am feeling nesty. Wood you help me to make a nest, and attract some birds?
  • Player: I will get you a log? And a bunch of potato seeds?
  • Dave the giant ent: Ah, a budding opportunist. Yes, bring me those items and I'll tell you where it is.

Reading the notepaperEdit

  • The ent requires ten potato seeds and a log.

Talking to Dave the giant entEdit

  • (If the potato seeds aren't carried and haven't been delivered:)
    • Dave the giant ent: Yew need to give me ten of the potato seeds at once.
    • (Continues below.)
  • (If the potato seeds are carried and haven't been delivered:)
    • You hand the ent the potato seeds.
    • (Continues below.)
  • (If the log isn't carried and hasn't been delivered:)
    • Dave the giant ent: Yew don't appear to have a log for me.
    • (Continues below.)
  • (If the log is carried and hasn't been delivered:)
    • You hand the ent the log.
    • (Continues below.)
  • (If all the items have been delivered:)
    • You've given the ent all of the necessary items. You find a divine egg in your inventory.

Reading the notepaperEdit

  • I received another divine egg. I should view it.

Talking to Dave the giant entEdit

  • (If the egg is owned:)
    • Dave the giant ent: Have you read your notepaper for any clues?
  • (If the egg is lost:)
    • Player: I lost my Egg!
    • Dave the giant ent: I have one right here for you.
    • You get the divine egg from the Ent.

Viewing the divine eggEdit

  • Guthix: My time spent within their homes was amongst my favourite of these visits, especially considering what had come before. The ents showed such aptitude with their craft and art but alas, such awful horrors were to haunt their homes. Problems so far beyond their capability, that the very land rejected those that lived upon it and their world tried to shed them. But they were not alone in this and so we spoke with their friends, the moss giants, too. All their efforts, cities grown rather than built, so sadly robbed. I watched their suffering, such pain and loss. As time moved on they could not tolerate any longer the ravages wrought upon them and one by one these magnificent creatures fell, dwindling in number and dreams. Ultimately I gathered those I could, and led those scattered few to a new and safer world.
  • Your magic bunny notepaper makes a strange noise in your pocket.

DwarfEdit

Reading the notepaperEdit

  • Deep. Down. Deeper. Than. That. Watch. For. Low. Roof. Hammerspike.

Talking to the dwarfEdit

  • Dwarf: Oh, thank the forge! Could you help?
  • Player: Well, actually I was here to search for a lost gift. Probably another egg, I reckon.
  • Dwarf: Yes, yes, of course we'll help; if you'll help us?
  • Player: What is the problem, then? I am used to helping lots of the people of Gielinor. And sometimes things that aren't people too.
  • Dwarf: Look around you. Can't you see? We are infested! Chickens everywhere?
  • Player: Yes, but they are just chickens, right? Wait, I don't see any chickens here. What's the problem?
  • Dwarf: Chickens! With their sharp little beaks! With their beady little eyes. And all those horrible feathers that get everywhere. No way am I chasing them down - not when there is some big brave adventure type like you. Catch ten of these chickens and I'll help you find your missing egg.

Reading the notepaperEdit

  • I met a dwarf who wants me to catch ten chickens.

Catching a chickenEdit

Chickens before the tenthEdit
  • You've caught a chicken! (X/10)
Tenth chickenEdit
  • You've caught ten chickens. Speak to the dwarf.

Reading the notepaperEdit

  • I've caught ten chickens. I need to speak to the dwarf.

Talking to the dwarfEdit

  • Dwarf: Thank you for catching those chickens. Here's what you wanted.
  • You get a divine egg from the dwarf.

Reading the notepaperEdit

  • After catching ten chickens, I was given a divine egg.

Talking to the dwarfEdit

  • (If the egg is owned:)
    • Dwarf: Have you read your notepaper for any clues?
  • (If the egg is lost:)
    • Player: I lost my Egg!
    • Dwarf: I have one right here for you.
    • You get the divine egg from the Dwarf.

Catching the dwarfEdit

  • You've caught enough chickens. No need to go back there.

Viewing the eggEdit

  • Guthix: They bore themselves with such solidity, such earthy strength, both within them as a people and within their actions, where others might have considered them dour, I found them full of humour... What entranced me most about them though, was their songs, long, epic tales, remembered in detail through note and lyric. Amazing stories of their lives and their histories. But the troubles they faced, their enemies, risked the whole of their people. I could not save them but I went to parlay with those dark enemies, for all of us to be betrayed at the last moments of hope. And yet they still stood with me, loyal to the last. I offered them then, the chance to leave and they left with me, rather than let all fall.
  • Your magic bunny notepaper makes a strange noise in your pocket.

DruidEdit

Reading the notepaperEdit

  • Round. Of. Druids. Circle.

Talking to the druidEdit

  • Druid: I have been waiting for you.
  • Player: Really? Waiting?
  • Druid: Yes. I knew you would come.
  • Player: Was it a prophecy?
  • Druid: Sort of. I read the script.
  • Player: What script?
  • Druid: You mean you don't have one? Well. That explains so much! No need to worry yourself. Nothing to see here! So why are you here?
  • Player: Well I am trying to find a lost gift, which is probably an egg.
  • Druid: Ah, then I can help you, but first... You must best me in a challenge!
  • Player: Oh, gods. What's the challenge? Some great skill of arms? A feat of heroic daring do? Or perhaps I have to cook you the best cake you have ever seen?
  • Druid: No. The truest of challenges.
  • Player: What can it be!
  • Druid: Stone, net, sickle!
  • Player: Stone net sickle? What in the underworld is that?
  • Druid: Some less educated people call it 'rock, paper, scissors' but we know better, right?
  • Player: If you say so.
  • Druid: You must beat me, first to three. Net beats stone. Sickle beats net. Stone beats sickle. We both choose at the same time! Are you ready?
  • Challenge the druid to a game of 'stone, sickle and net'.

Reading the notepaperEdit

  • I found a druid. I must challenge her to a game of 'stone, claw[sic] and net'.

Talking to the druidEdit

  • Stone.
    • (One of the options below occur.)
  • Sickle.
    • (One of the options below occur.)
  • Net.
    • (One of the options below occur.)
DrawEdit
  • Druid: A draw! I have won X and you have won Y.
  • (Returns to the previous options or ending dialogue below.)
The druid wins a roundEdit
  • Druid: I win! I have won X and you have won Y.
  • (Returns to the previous options or ending dialogue below.)
The player wins a roundEdit
  • Druid: You win. I have won X and you have won Y.
  • (Returns to the previous options or ending dialogue below.)
The druid wins the gameEdit
  • (Transcript missing. edit)
The player wins the gameEdit
  • Druid: You win the game. You beat me. Here's the egg!
  • The druid hands you a divine egg.
  • Player: Thank you!

Reading the notepaperEdit

  • I got a divine egg from the druid.
  • Son. Of. Mine. Same. Ears.

Talking to the druidEdit

  • (If the egg is owned:)
    • Druid: Have you read your notepaper for any clues?
  • (If the egg is lost:)
    • Player: I lost my Egg!
    • Druid: I have one right here for you.
    • You get the divine egg from the Druid.

Playing with the druidEdit

  • You don't need to challenge the Druid anymore.

Viewing the eggEdit

  • Guthix: Once they told me of Misalionar and how one I thought of as a dear friend had taught them long ago. I listened to them speak of my one time companion, now long gone. At length they told me, what was to them, their ancient history, not knowing I had been there too. My disguise remained intact. And for me they wove their tale of Jack and the Wizards, of the founding of the Green Order and such details as none who were present would ever have recalled. Though it left me thinking on Misalionar and how sad a final passing. A tragic death with a the [sic] murderer who escaped their just fate.

Easter BunnyEdit

Talking to Easter BunnyEdit

  • Easter Bunny: Did you find anything?
  • Player: Errr...the last note brought me back to you.
  • Easter Bunny: But why would there be a gift for me?
  • Your magic bunny notepaper makes a strange noise in your pocket.

Talking to Easter Bunny againEdit

  • Easter Bunny: You should check that paper of yours.

Reading the notepaperEdit

  • Love you, son.
  • You mysteriously find a divine egg in your inventory.

Talking to Easter BunnyEdit

  • (If the egg is owned:)
    • Easter Bunny: Have you read your notepaper for any clues?
  • (If the egg is lost:)
    • Player: I lost my Egg!
    • Easter Bunny: I have one right here for you.
    • You get the divine egg from the Bunny.

Viewing the eggEdit

  • Guthix: There are natural cycles of creation and destruction that form the phases all nature must pass through. These provide harmonious flows that support us all, sharing the resources of our worlds between us. But mortals mark the passage of time, and those cycles are visceral in a way to them that the world itself does not note with any significance. And so I gifted some with that task, to recognise those points where the next phase begins. For Spring I took a simple, diligent and persistent rabbit and made them more, such that the rebirth of life from the slumber of Winter would be celebrated properly.
  • Your magic bunny notepaper makes a strange noise in your pocket.

Reading the notepaperEdit

  • Thank You Son. Your diligence to your task and your drive to see the impossible done is exactly what I hoped of you. If you are reading this you have, by some measure or other, completed what was required and proved beyond a shadow of a doubt you are everything I could have asked for. I am proud of you. Dad. PS Job. Done.

Talking to Easter BunnyEdit

  • You show the magical bunny notepaper
  • You see the Bunny's eyes almost tear up.
  • Easter Bunny: Thank you...so much.
  • Congratulations! Miniquest complete.
  • You have unlocked the Bunny Head. You can activate it from your Wardrobe.
  • You can now access an additional emote by right clicking the 'Easter Trick or Treat' emote.
  • You receive 500 memory strands.

Talking to Easter Bunny againEdit

  • Easter Bunny: Thank you so much for your help!

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