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  • Player: What are you arguing about?
  • Belligerent man: We're arguing about the battle in Lumbridge!
  • Argumentative man: Indeed. We are going to join in...
  • Belligerent man: My fool of a brother thinks we should join with Saradomin!
  • Argumentative man: That's because this idiot here does not understand what dealing with Zamorak will cost us!
    • Player: What is this about a battle?
      • Argumentative man: Have you not heard?
      • Belligerent man: Yes! The great god Zamorak has returned to Gielinor and is battling with Saradomin!
      • Argumentative man: You mean the great god Saradomin has returned to vanquish the evil Zamorak.
      • Belligerent man: Zamorak will easily defeat the weak followers of Saradomin.
      • Belligerent man: Can't you see that my brother? We should join the side of power before we are swept aside.
      • Argumentative man: It's you that needs to see that Zamorak will just bring chaos and death.
        • Player: Can I join in?
          • Belligerent man: Yes, you can! Zamorak requests that all people help, and not just warriors.
          • Argumentative man: No, Saradomin needs skilled people to gather divine tears on the battlefield and defeat the minions of Zamorak.
          • Belligerent man: Saradomin only needs the help because he is too weak to win the battle by himself.
          • Argumentative man: Clearly the so-called 'all powerful Zamorak' is not all he claims to be, if he heeds help too.
          • Belligerent man: Zamorak only needs the help because people like you support Saradomin!
            • Player: Where should I go to join in?
              • Argumentative man: You can join Saradomin's army to the west of Lumbridge castle. Talk to the officer in the camp to the north of the battlefield.
              • Belligerent man: Don't waste your time with that. You should talk to the officer in the south camp and join the mighty Zamorak.
                • Player: I hope you sort out your problems.
    • Player: Why should you join Saradomin?
      • Argumentative man: You should support Saradomin since he represents the good in the world.
      • Argumentative man: He has been protecting us from the evils of Zamorak for centuries, and it's time we helped him back.
      • Belligerent man: It's all lies! Saradomin never cared about the people. At least Zamorak is honest in his pursuit of power and glory.
      • Argumentative man: The world would be a worse place with the chaos that Zamorak would unleash!
      • Belligerent man: Saradomin neither cares, nor has the power to deal with your petty problems, with Zamorak will reward the faithful.
    • Player: Why should you join Zamorak?
      • Belligerent man: Zamorak is the most powerful god. When we defeat Saradomin, the rewards for the faithful will be great.
      • Argumentative man: But those rewards would come at a price - chaos would reign in the world!
      • Belligerent man: Saradomin stands no chance of winning. We should be joining the side that will win; the side of power.
      • Belligerent man: You damn us to a slow death, brother.
      • Argumentative man: At least I do not damn our very souls!
    • Player: Why don't you join opposite sides?
      • Belligerent man: I could never fight against my brother. Not even for Zamorak himself.
      • Argumentative man: Agreed. We must be brothers in arms as well as by blood.
    • Player: I don't want to get involved!
      • Argumentative man: That's because you are not brave enough!
      • Belligerent man: At least we agree on that!

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