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Starting at the Champions' Guild Edit

Upon entering the Champions' Guild Edit

  • Guildmaster: Greetings bold adventurer. Welcome to the guild of Champions.

Talking to the Guildmaster Edit

Before requesting a questEdit

  • Guildmaster: Greetings!
    • What is this place?
      • Player: What is this place?
      • Guildmaster: This is the Champions' Guild. Only adventurers who have proved themselves worthy by gaining influence from quests are allowed in here.
    • Can I have a quest?
      • Player: Can I have a quest?
      • Guildmaster: Aha! Yes! A mighty and perilous quest fit for the most powerful champions! And, at the end of it, you will earn the right to wear the legendary rune platebody!
      • Player: So, what is this quest?
      • Guildmaster: You'll have to speak to Oziach, the maker of rune armour. He sets the quests that champions must complete in order to wear it. Oziach lives in a hut by the cliffs to the west of Edgeville. He can be a little ... odd ... sometimes, though.

After receiving a quest and before talking to Oziach Edit

  • Guildmaster: Greetings!
    • What is this place?
      • (Same as above)
    • Can I have a quest?
      • Player: Can I have a quest?
      • Guildmaster: You're already on a quest for me, if I recall correctly. Have you talked to Oziach yet?
      • Player: No, not yet.
      • Guildmaster: Well, he's the only one who can grant you the right to wear rune platemail. He lives in a hut, but the cliffs west of Edgeville.
      • Player: Okay I'll go and talk to him.

In Edgeville Edit

Talking to Oziach Edit

Before requesting a questEdit

  • Player: Good day to you.
  • Oziach: Aye, 'tis a fair day my friend.
    • Can you sell me a rune platebody?
      • Player: Can you sell me a rune platebody?
      • Oziach: So, how does thee know I 'ave some?
        • The Guildmaster of the Champion's Guild told me.
          • Player: The Guildmaster of the Champion's Guild told me.
          • Oziach: Yes, I suppose he would, wouldn't he? He's always sending you fancy-pants 'heroes' up to bother me. Telling me I'll give them a quest or sommat like that. Well, I'm not going to let just anyone wear my rune platemail. It's only for heroes. So leave me alone.
            • I thought you were going to give me a quest.
              • Player: I thought you were going to give me a quest.
              • Oziach: *sigh* All right, I'll give ye a quest. I'll let ye wear my rune platemail if ye.. Slay the dragon of Crandor!
                • A dragon, that sounds like fun.[sic]
                  • Player: A dragon, that sounds like fun.[sic]
                  • Oziach: Hah, yes, you are a typical reckless adventurer, aren't you? Now go kill the dragon and get out of my face.
                  • Player: But how can I defeat the dragon?
                  • Oziach: Go talk to the Guildmaster in the Champions' Guild. He'll help ye out if yet so keen on doing a quest. I'm not going to be handholding any adventurers.
                • I may be a champion, but I don't think I'm, up to dragon-killing yet.
                  • Player: I may be a champion, but I don't think I'm, up to dragon-killing yet.
                  • Oziach: Yes, I can understand that. Yer a coward.
            • That's a pity. I'm not a hero.
              • Player: That's a pity. I'm not a hero.
              • Oziach: Aye, I ken tell!
        • I am a master detective.
          • Player: I am a master detective.
          • Oziach: Well, however you found out about it, I'm not going to let just anyone wear my rune platemail.
    • I'm not your friend.
      • Player: I'm not your friend.
      • Oziach: I'm surprised if you're anyone's friend with those kind of manners.
    • Yes, it's a very nice day.
      • Player: Yes, it's a very nice day.
      • Oziach: Aye, may the gods walk by yer side. Now leave me alone.

After receiving a quest and before slaying ElvargEdit

  • Player: Good day to you.
  • Oziach: Have ye slayed that dragon yet?
  • ​Player: Um... no.
  • Oziach: Be off with ye then.

At the Champion's Guild Edit

Talking to the Guildmaster Edit

Before telling the Guildmaster about your questEdit

  • Guildmaster: Greetings!
    • What is this place?
      • (Same as above)
    • I talked to Oziach ... and he gave me a quest.
      • Player: I talked to Oziach ... and he gave me a quest.
      • Guildmaster: Oh? What did he tell you to do?
      • Player: Defeat the dragon of Crandor.
      • Guildmaster: The dragon of Crandor?
      • Player: Um, yes ...
      • Guildmaster: Goodness, he hasn't given you an easy job, has he?
      • Player: What's so special about this dragon?
      • Guildmaster: Thirty years ago, Crandor was a thriving community with a great tradition of mages and adventurers. Many Crandorians even earned the right to be part of the Champions' Guild! One of their adventurers went too far, however. He descended into the volcano in the centre of Crandor and woke the dragon Elvarg. He must have fought valiantly against the dragon because they say that, to this day, she has a scar down her side. But the dragon still won the fight. She emerged and laid waste to the whole of Crandor with her fire breath! Some refugees managed to escape in fishing boats. They landed on the coast, north of Rimmington, and set up camp but the dragon followed them and burned the cramp to the ground. Out of all of the people of Crador there were only three survivors: a trio of wizards who used magic to escape. Their names were Thalzar, Lozar, and Melzar. If you're serious about taking on Elvarg, first you'll need to get to Crandor. The island is surrounded by dangerous reefs, so you'll need a ship capable of getting through them and a map to show you the way. When you reach Crandor, you'll also need some kind of protection against the dragon's breath.
        • How can I find the route to Crandor?
          • Player: How can I find the route to Crandor?
          • Guildmaster: Only one map exists that shows the route through the reefs of Crandor. The map was split into three pieces by Melzar, Thalzar, and Lozar, the wizards who escaped form the dragon. Each of them took one piece.
            • Where is Melzar's map piece?
              • Player: Where is Melzar's map piece?
              • Guildmaster: Melzar built a castle on the site of the Crandorian refugee camp, north of Rimmington. He's locked himself in there and no one's seen him for years. The inside of his castle is like a maze, and is populated by undead monsters. Maybe, if you could get all the way through the maze, you could find his piece of the map. Adventurers sometimes go in there to prove themselves, so I can give you this key to Melzar's Maze.
              • The Guildmaster hands you a key.
                • Where is Thalzar's map piece?
                  • (Same as below)
                • Where is Lozar's map piece?
                  • (Same as below)
                • Where can I find the right ship?
                  • (Same as below)
                • How can I protect myself from the dragon's breath?
                  • (Same as below)
                • Okay, I'll get going!
                  • (Same as below)
            • Where is Thalzar's map piece?
              • Guildmaster: Thalzar was the most paranoid of the three wizards. He hid his map piece and took the secret of its location to his grave. I don't think you'd be able to find out where it is by ordinary means. You'll need to talk to the Oracle on Ice Mountain.
                • Where is Melzar's map piece?
                  • (Same as above)
                • Where is Lozar's map piece?
                  • (Same as below)
                • Where can I find the right ship?
                  • (Same as below)
                • How can I protect myself from the dragon's breath?
                  • (Same as below)
                • Okay, I'll get going!
                  • (Same as below)
            • Where is Lozar's map piece?
              • Guildmaster: A few weeks ago, I'd have told you to speak to Lozar herself, in her house across the river from Lumbridge. Unfortunately, goblin raiders killed her, and stole everything. One of the goblins from the Goblin Village probably has the map piece now.
                • Where is Melzar's map piece?
                  • (Same as above)
                • Where is Thalzar's map piece?
                  • (Same as above)
                • Where can I find the right ship?
                  • (Same as below)
                • How can I protect myself from the dragon's breath?
                  • (Same as below)
                • Okay, I'll get going!
                  • (Same as below)
        • Where can I find the right ship?
          • Guildmaster: Even if you find the right route, only a ship made to the old crandorian design would be able to navigate through the reefs to the island. If there's still one in existence, it's probably in Port Sarim. Then, of course, you'll need to find a captain willing to sail to Crandor, and I'm not sure where you'd find one of them!
            • How can I find the route to Crandor?
              • (Same as above)
            • How can I protect myself from the dragon's breath?
              • (Same as below)
            • Okay, I'll get going!
              • (Same as below)
        • How can I protect myself from the dragon's breath?
          • Guildmaster: That part shouldn't be too difficult, actually, I believe the Duke of Lumbridge has a special shield in his armoury that is enchanted against dragon's breath.
            • How can I find the route to Crandor?
              • (Same as above)
            • Where can I find the right ship?
              • (Same as above)
            • Okay, I'll get going!
              • (Same as below)
        • What so special about this dragon?
          • (Same as above)
        • Okay, I'll get going!
          • Player: Okay, I'll get going!

After telling the Guildmaster about your questEdit

  • Guildmaster: Greetings!
    • What is this place?
      • (Same as above)
    • About my quest to kill the dragon...
      • Player: About my quest to kill the dragon...
      • Guildmaster: If you're serious about taking on Elvarg, first you'll need to get to Crandor. The island is surrounded by dangerous reefs, so you'll need a ship capable of getting through them and a map to show you the way. When you reach Crandor, you'll also need some kind of protection against the dragon's breath.
        • How can I find the route to Crandor?
          • (Same as above)
        • Where can I find the right ship?
          • (Same as above)
        • What so special about this dragon?
          • (Same as above)
        • Okay, I'll get going!
          • (Same as above)

Lumbridge CastleEdit

Talking to Duke Horatio Edit

Before receiving an Anti-dragon shield from Duke HoratioEdit

  • Duke Horatio: Greetings. Welcome to my castle.
    • I seek a shield that will protect me from dragonbreath.
      • Player: I seek a shield that will protect me from dragonbreath.
      • Duke Horatio: A knight going on a dragon quest, hmm? What dragon do you intend to slay?
        • Elvarg, the dragon of Crandor island!
          • Duke Horatio: Elvarg? Are you sure?
            • Well, are you sure?
              • Yes.
                • Duke Horatio: Well, you're a braver man/woman than I!
                • Player: Why is everyone so scared of this dragon?
                • Duke Horatio: Back in my father's day, Crandor was an important city-state. Politically it was as important as Falador and Varrock and its ships traded with every port. But, one day, when I was little, all contact was lost. The trading ships and the diplomatic envoys just stopped coming. I remember my father being very scared. He posted lookouts on the roof to warn if the dragon was approaching. All the city rulers worried that Elvarg would devastate the whole continent.
                  • I'd better leave that dragon alone.
                    • Duke Horatio: That's a relief. I would hate to see such a promising adventurer cut down in his/her prime.
                  • So, are you going to give me the shield or not?
                    • Duke Horatio: If you really think you're up to it then perhaps you are the one who can kill this dragon.
                    • The Duke hands you a heavy orange shield.
                    • Duke Horatio: Take care out there. If you kill it... If you kill it, for Saradomin's sake make sure it's really dead!
              • No.
                • Duke Horatio: Very wise. There are some monsters that are best left alone.
          • Oh, no dragon in particular.
            • Duke Horatio: I don't have an infinite supply of these shields, you know. I'll only give one for a truly worthy cause.
    • Have you any quests for me?
      • (Non-quest dialogue)
    • Where can I find money?
      • (Non-quest dialogue)
    • What happened to the castle?
      • (Non-quest dialogue)

After receiving at least one Anti-dragon shield from Duke HoratioEdit

  • Duke Horatio: Greetings. Welcome to my castle.
    • I seek a shield that will protect me from dragonbreath.
      • Player: I seek a shield that will protect me from dragonbreath.
      • Duke Horatio: What, another one? You adventurers do like to stockpile, don't you... any particular dragon in mind?
        • Elvarg, the dragon of Crandor island!
          • (Same as above)
        • Oh, no dragon in particular.
          • (Same as above)
    • Have you any quests for me?
      • (Non-quest dialogue)
    • Where can I find money?
      • (Non-quest dialogue)
    • What happened to the castle?
      • (Non-quest dialogue)

Melzar's map piece Edit

Entering Melzar's mazeEdit

Without a Maze key Edit

  • The door is securely locked.

With a Maze keyEdit

  • You use the key and the door opens.

At Melzar's maze Edit

Opening a door with a key Edit

  • The key disintegrates as it unlocks the door.

Climbing up a ladder Edit

  • You climb up the ladder.

Climbing down a ladder Edit

  • You climb down the ladder.

During the fight with Melzar the Mad Edit

Melzar may say any of the following: 

  • Melzar the Mad: By the power of custard!
  • Melzar the Mad: Feel the wrath of my feet!
  • Melzar the Mad: Leave me alone, I need to feed my pet rock.
  • Melzar the Mad: Let me drink my tea in peace.

Opening the chest Edit

  • You open the chest.

Searching the chest Edit

  • You find a map piece in the chest.

Thalzar's map pieceEdit

At Ice Mountain Edit

Talking to the Oracle Edit

  • I seek a piece of the map to the island of Crandor.
    • Player: I seek a piece of the map to the island of Crandor.
    • Oracle: The map's behind a door below, but entering is rather tough. This is what you need to know: You must use the following stuff. First, a drink used by a mage. Next, some worm string, changed to sheet. Then, a small crustacean cage. Last, a bowl that's not seen heat.
  • Can you impart your wise knowledge to me, O Oracle?
    • (Non-quest dialogue)

Using each item on the door Edit

Small crustacean cage Edit

  • You put the small crustacean cage into the opening in the door.

Unfired bowl Edit

  • You put the unfired bowl into the opening in the door.

Silk Edit

  • You put the silk into the opening in the door.

Wizard's Mind Bomb Edit

  • You pour the Wizard's Mind Bomb into the opening in the door.

After placing the final item Edit

  • The door opens...

Opening the chest Edit

  • As you open the chest, you notice an inscription on the lid:

    Here I rest the map to my beloved home. To whoever finds it, I beg of you, let it be. I was honour-bound not to destroy the map piece, but I have used all my magical skill to keep it from being recovered. This map leads to the lair of the beast that destroyed my home, devoured my family, and burned to a cider all that I love. But revenge would not benefit me now, and to disturb this beast is to risk bringing its wrath down upon another land. I cannot stop you from taking this map piece now, but think on this: if you can slay the Dragon of Crandor, you are a greater hero now than my land ever produced. There is no shame in backing out now.

Searching the chest Edit

  • You find a map piece in the chest.

Lozar's map pieceEdit

In Goblin Village Edit

Talking to the Goblin Generals Edit

  • Player: I've heard that one of your number has got hold of part of a map.
  • General Bentnoze/General Wartface: Aha, that'd be Wormbrain.
  • Player: Where would he be?
  • General Bentnoze/General Wartface: Wormbrain he steals too much. He got caught. Now he lives in Port Sarim town jail.

At Port Sarim Jail Edit

Talking to Wormbrain Edit

  • Wormbrain: Whut you want?
    • I believe you've got a piece of a map that I need.
      • Player: I believe you've got a piece of a map that I need.
      • Wormbrain: So? Why should I be giving it to you? What you do for Wormbrain?
        • I'm not going to do anything for you. Forget it.
          • Wormbrain: Be dat way then.
        • I'll let you live. I could just kill you.
          • Wormbrain: Ha! Me in here and you out dere. You not get map piece.
        • I suppose I could pay you for the map piece ... Say, 500 coins?
          • Wormbrain: Me not stooped, it worth at least 10,000 coins!
            • You must be joking! Forget it.
              • Wormbrain: Fine, you not get map piece.
            • Aright then, 10,000 it is.
              • You buy the map piece from Wormbrain.
              • Wormbrain: Fank you very much! Now me can bribe da guards, hehehe.
        • Where did you get the map piece from?
          • Wormbrain: We rob house of stupid wizard. She very old, not put up much fight at all. Hahaha!
          • Player: Uh ... Hahaha.
          • Wormbrain: Her house full of pictures of a city on island and old pictures of people. Me not recognise island. Me find map piece. Me not know what it is, but it in locked box so me figure it important. But, by the time me get box open, other goblins gone. Then me not run fast enough and guards catch me. But now you want map piece so must be special! What do for me to get it?
    • What are you in for?
      • (Non-quest dialogue)
    • Sorry, thought this was a zoo.
      • (Non-quest dialogue)

Obtaining a shipEdit

At the Rusty Anchor bar in Port Sarim Edit

Talking to Ahab Edit

  • Ahab: Arr, matey!
  • Player: Can you help me get to Crandor Island?
  • Ahab: Arr, matey, ye canna be serious! That be the home of Elvarg the Dragon!
  • Player: Yes, that's right. I've got to go there and kill the dragon for this quest I'm doing.
  • Ahab: I canna help ye. And right sorry I be to see a fine young [laddie/lassie] like yerself go off to yer doom.
  • Player: Thanks, but I'll be fine!
  • Ahab: Arr...

At Port Sarim docks Edit

Talking to Captain Tobias, Seaman Thresnor, or Seaman Lorris Edit

  • Captain Tobias/Seaman Thresnor/Seaman Lorris: Do you want to go on a trip to Karamja?
    • I'd rather go to Crandor Isle.
      • Player: I'd rather go to Crandor Isle.
      • Crew: No I need to stay alive, I have a wife and family to support.
    • Yes, please.
      • (Non-quest dialogue)
    • No, thank you.
      • (Non-quest dialogue)

Talking to Klarense Edit

Before purchasing the Lady Lumbridge Edit
  • Klarense: So, are you interested in buying a ship? Now, I'll be straight with you: She's not quite seaworthy right now, but give her a bit of work and she'll be the nippiest ship this side of Port Khazard.
    • Do you know when she will be seaworthy?
      • Player: Do you know when she will be seaworthy?
      • Klarense: No, not really. Port Sarim's shipbuilders aren't very efficient so it could be quite a while.
        • (Shows other options)
    • Would you take me to Crandor when she's ready?
      • Player: Would you take me to Crandor when she's ready?
      • Klarense: Crandor? You're joking, right?
        • Yes. Ha ha ha!
          • Player: Yes. Ha ha ha!
          • Klarense: Crandor's not something we sailors joke about. You can't sail from here to Catherby, or Entrana, or Ardougne without going past that accursed island. You can't get to close to it because of the reefs, but you can always see it. Sometimes you can see a dark shape in the sky, circling the island. That's when you have to sail on as quick as you can and pray it's not hungry. Every year, more ships are lost to that dragon.
            • (Shows other options)
        • No. I want to go to Crandor.
          • Player: No. I want to go to Crandor.
          • Klarense: Then you must be crazy. That island is surrounded by reefs that would rip this ship to shreds. Even if you found a map, you'd need an experienced captain to stand a chance of getting through and, even if I could get to it, there's no way I'm going any closer to that dragon than I have to. They say it can destroy whole ships with one bite.
            • (Shows other options)
    • Why is she damaged?
      • Player: Why is she damaged?
      • Klarense: Oh, there was not particular accident. It's just years of wear and tear. The Lady Lumbridge is an old crandorian fishing ship – the last one of her kind, as far as I know. That kind of ship was always mightily manoeuvrable, but not too tough. She happened to be somewhere else when Crandor was destroyed, and she's had several owners since then. Not all of them looked after her too well, but once she's patched up, she'll be good as new!
        • (Shows other options)
    • I'd like to buy her.
      • Player: I'd like to buy her.
      • Klarense: Of course! I'm sure the work needed to do on it wouldn't be too expensive. How does 2,000 gold sound? I'll even throw in my cabin boy, Jenkins, for free! He'll swab the decks and splice the mainsails for you!
        • Yep, sounds good.
          • Player: Yep, sounds good.
          • Klarense: Okey dokey, she's all yours!
        • I'm not paying that much for a broken boat!
          • Player: I'm not paying that much for a broken boat!
          • Klarense: That fair enough, I suppose.
    • Ah well, never mind.
      • Player: Ah well, never mind.
After purchasing the Lady Lumbridge Edit
  • Greeting: 
    • Before fixing the Lady Lumbridge: 
      • Klarense: Hello, captain! Here to inspect your new ship? Just a little work and she'll be seaworthy again.
        • (Continues below)
    • After fixing the Lady Lumbridge: 
      • Klarense: Hello, captain! Here to take your new ship for a spin?
        • (Continues below)
  • After greeting: 
    • So, what needs fixing on the ship?
      • Player: So, what needs fixing on the ship?
        • Before patching the ship: 
          • Klarense: Well, the big gaping hole in the hold is the problem. You'll need a few wooden planks hammered in with steel nails to fix it.
            • (Shows other options)
        • After patching the ship: 
          • Klarense: I dunno, it looks fine to me.
          • Player: But you said it needed fix-
          • Klarense: Yes, but that was before you fixed it!
            • (Shows other options)
    • Would you sail this ship to Crandor for me?
      • (Same as above)
    • What are you going to do now you don't have a ship?
      • Player: What are you going to do now you don't have a ship?
      • Klarense: Oh, I'll be fine. I've got work as Port Sarim's first lifeguard!
        • (Shows other options)
    • Can I board the ship now?
      • Player: Can I board the ship now?
      • Klarense: Sure thing, she's all yours.

Boarding the ship Edit

  • You board the ship.

Repairing the hole in the ship Edit

  • First time: 
    • You nail a plank over the hole, but you still need more planks to close the hole completely.
  • Second time: 
    • You nail a plank over the hole, but you still need one more plank to close the hole completely.
  • Third time: 
    • You nail a final plank over the hole. You have successfully patched the hole in the ship.

Talking to Cabin Boy Jenkins Edit

  • Cabin Boy Jenkins: Ahoy! What d'ye think of yer ship then?
    • I'm ready to go back to shore.
      • Player: I'm ready to go back to shore.
      • You disembark from the ship.
    • I'd like to inspect her some more.
      • Player: I'd like to inspect her some more.
      • Jenkins: Aye.
    • Can you sail this ship to Crandor?
      • Player: Can you sail this ship to Crandor?
      • Jenkins: Not me, sir! I'm just an 'umble cabin boy. You'll need a proper cap'n.
      • Player: Where can I find a captain?
      • Jenkins: The cap'ns round 'ere seem to be a mite scared of Crandor. I ask 'em why and they just say it was afore my time. But there is one cap'n I reckon might 'elp. I 'eard there's a retured 'un who lives in Draynor Village who's so desperate to sail again 'e'd take any job. I can't remember 'is name, but 'e lives in Draynor Village an' makes rope.

Finding a captain Edit

Using a map piece on another with all three in inventory Edit

  • You put the three pieces together and assemble a map that shows the route through the reefs to Crandor.

In Draynor Village Edit

Talking to Ned Edit

  • What would you like to talk about?
    • About the Task System...
      • (Non-quest dialogue)
    • Talk about something else.
      • Ned: Why, hello there, [lad/lass]. Me friends call me Ned. I was a an of the sea, but it's past me now. Could I be making or selling you some rope?
        • Before asking Ned to take you to Crandor previously: 
          • You're a sailor? Could you take me to the island of Crandor?
            • Player: You're a sailor? Could you take me to the island of Crandor?
            • Ned: Well, I was a sailor. I've not been able to get work at sea these days though. They say I'm too old. Sorry, where was it you said you wanted to go?
            • Player: To the island of Crandor.
            • Ned: Crandor? But ... It would be a chance to sail a ship once more. I'd sail anywhere if it was a chance to sail again. Then again, no captain in his right mind would sail to that island. Ah, you only live once! I'll do it! So, where's your ship?
              • If you have not yet acquired the Lady Lumbridge: 
                • (Transcript missing. edit)
              • If you have acquired the Lady Lumbridge: 
                • Player: It's the Lady Lumbridge, in Port Sarim.
                • Ned: That old pile of junk? Last I head, she wasn't seaworthy.
                  • If you have not yet fixed the Lady Lumbridge: 
                    • ​'(Transcript missing. edit)
                  • If you have fixed the Lady Lumbridge: 
                    • Player: I fixed her up.
                    • Ned: You did? Excellent! Just show me the map and we can get ready to go!
                      • If you do not yet have the map: 
                        • ​Player: Uh...yeah...about that. I don't actually have a map on me.
                        • Ned: You'd better go find it, then. I'm not going to go sailing off without a map to show me where to head!
                      • If you have the map in the bank:
                        • Player: The map's in the bank. I'll have to go and get it.
                        • Ned: You do that then.
                      • If you have the map with you: 
                        • Player: Here you go.
                        • You hand the map to Ned.
                        • Ned: Excellent! I'll meet you at the ship, then.
      • After previously asking Ned to take you to Crandor at least once: 
        • Will you take me to Crandor now, then?
          • Player: Will you take me to Crandor now, then?
            • If you have not yet acquired the Lady Lumbridge: 
              • (Transcript missing. edit)
            • If you have acquired the Lady Lumbridge and have not yet told Ned: 
              • (Transcript missing. edit)
            • If you have fixed the Lady Lumbridge and have not yet told Ned: 
              • (Transcript missing. edit)
            • If Ned has asked you for the map and you have not yet shown it to him: 
              • Ned: I said I would and old Ned is a man of his word! Just show me the map and we can get ready to go!
                • If you do not yet have the map: 
                  • ​Player: Uh...yeah...about that. I don't actually have a map on me.
                  • Ned: You'd better go find it, then. I'm not going to go sailing off without a map to show me where to head!
                • If you have the map in the bank:
                  • Player: The map's in the bank. I'll have to go and get it.
                  • Ned: You do that then.
                • If you have the map with you: 
                  • Player: Here you go.
                  • You hand the map to Ned.
                  • Ned: Excellent! I'll meet you at the ship, then.
    • Yes, I would like some rope.
      • (Non-quest dialogue)
    • No thanks, Ned, I don't need any.
      • (Non-quest dialogue)
    • Anything interesting happening in Draynor Village?
      • (Non-quest dialogue)

On the shipEdit

Boarding the Lady Lumbridge Edit

  • You board the ship.

Talking to Ned Edit

  • Ned: Ah, it's good to be on board a ship again! No matter how long I live on land, a ship will always seem better. Are you ready to depart?
    • Yes, let's go!
      • Player: Yes, let's go!
      • The ship begins to set sail.
    • No, I'm not quite ready yet.
      • Player: No, I'm not quite ready yet.
      • Ned: Well, you go do whatever you need to do. I'll wait here for you until you're ready.

To Crandor Edit

Traveling to Crandor Edit

  • Camera moves closer to Lady Lumbridge ship crew.
  • Captain Ned: Ah, it's good to feel the salt spray on my face once again! And this is a mighty fine ship. She don't look much, but she handles like a dream.
  • Player: How much longer until we reach Crandor?
  • Ned: Not long now! According to the chart, we'd be able to see Crandor if it wasn't for the clouds on the horizon.
  • Clouds surround the ship.
  • Jenkins: Looks like there's a storm coming up, cap'n. Soon we won't be able to see anything!
  • Ned: Oh, well. The weather had been so good up until now.
  • Elvarg appears, flying above the ship.
  • [sic]
  • Player: Did you see that?
  • Ned: See what?
  • Player: I thought I saw something up above us.
  • Ned: It's the dragon!
  • Elvarg flies over your ship in circles and sets it on fire.
  • Jenkins panics and catches fire; he takes 100 damage and dies.
  • Ned: We're going to sink!
  • Player: Look! Land ahead!
  • Ned: We're going to crash!
  • CRASH!
  • Lady Lumbridge ship crashes on the island of Crandor.
  • You are knocked unconscious and later awake on an ash-strewn beach.

On CrandorEdit

Entering the dungeon Edit

  • [sic]
  • Elvarg moves forward.

Climbing over the low wall Edit

  • You climb over the low wall.

As Elvarg breathes fire during the fight Edit

With a dragonfire shield equipped Edit

  • Your shield absorbs most of the dragon fire.

While under the effects of an antifire potion Edit

  • You manage to resist some of the dragon fire!

Without any antifire protection Edit

  • You're horribly burnt by the dragon fire!

Upon defeating Elvarg Edit

  • You cut off Elvarg's head as proof of your victory!

Talking to Ned after crashing onto the island Edit

  • Ned: Now I see why all of the other captains said I'd be mad to go near Crandor. It looks like we're stranded.
    • After finding the secret passage in Elvarg's lair: 
      • Player: Don't worry about that. I found a secret passage in the dragon's lair that leads off the island!
      • Ned: Oh, that's good. I'll be able to get back to Draynor somehow. If I can sneak past all the skeletons and demons on this island!

Finishing upEdit

At the Port Sarim docks Edit

Attempting to return to Crandor by ship Edit

  • Klarense: Wow! You sure are lucky! Seems the Lady Lumbridge just washed right up into the dock by herself! She's pretty badly damaged, though ...
  • Ned: This ship's in a sorry state. You'd better fix up the hole in the hull before we can go anywhere.

At the Champion's Guild Edit

Talking to the Guildmaster before visiting Oziach Edit

  • Guildmaster: Greetings!
    • What is this place?
      • (Same as above)
    • I killed the dragon!
      • Player: I killed the dragon!
      • Guildmaster: Really? That's amazing! You are a true hero. There's no way that Oziach can refuse to sell you rune platemail now. You should tell him at once!

In Edgeville Edit

Talking to Oziach after slaying ElvargEdit

  • Player: Good day to you.
  • Oziach: Have ye slayed that dragon yet?
    • Without Elvarg's head: 
      • (Transcript missing. edit)
    • With Elvarg's head: 
      • Player: Yes, I have! I have its head here.
      • Oziach: You actually did it? I underestimated ye, adventurer. I apologise. Yer a true hero, and I'd be happy to sell ye rune platebodies.
Congratulations! Quest complete!

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