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Starting off Edit

Talking to Father Joakim Edit

First time Edit

  • Father Joakim:  Ah, hello there. I'm Father Joakim. I was wondering if you could help me.
    • What is it you need help with?
      • Father Joakim:  I have had some disagreements with the other Saradomin priests recently. I want to try new ideas, but they think everything should follow tradition. Tradition is important, but if we are unwilling to try fresh approaches, we will lose touch with the world, Saradomin's followers...maybe even Saradomin himself. I've taken it upon myself to try out an idea without their support, dragging this coffin here and collecting the belongings of those who died. Of course, there's no body inside the coffin. It's purely symbolic. I have also searched through the records of the recently deceased. However, I need items that would hold meaning to these people. That's where I was hoping you could help. An adventurer such as yourself is bound to have more experience and contacts than I do!
        • I'd like to know more.
          • [missing] 
        • I'd like to help.
          • Father Joakim:  Please choose those whom you wish to honour.
            • (Choose a person interface opens)
        • I'd like to ask about something else.
          • (Returns to previous options)
        • I'm a bit busy now. Maybe later.
    • Who are you?
      • [missing] 
    • I'll be back later.
      • Father Joakim:  Alright, I hope you come back. 

While helping with any remembrance ceremony Edit

  • Father Joakim: Welcome back! How are you getting on?
    • Could you remind me what I need to do?
      • [missing]
    • I'd like to stop helping.
      • [missing]
    • Where can I find soft clay?
      • Father Joakim:  I have a few spare. Here, take three. Is there anything else that you need?
        • (Returns to initial options)
    • I'd like to ask something else.
      • (Returns to initial options)

After helping with any remembrance ceremony Edit

  • Father Joakim: Ah, hello again. Would you like to help out again, or ask about something else?
    • I'd like to help out again.
      • Father Joakim:  Please choose those whom you wish to honour.
        • (Choose a person interface opens)
    • I'd like to ask about something else.
      • [missing]

Starting the event with Father Joakim Edit

  • Father Joakim:  Please choose those whom you wish to honour.
    • (Choose a person interface opens)

Decorating the Coffin Edit

Before speaking to Father Joakim Edit

  • Father Joakim: Please speak to me before placing any offerings.

Before making Clay skulls Edit

  • Father Joakim: You need to have three clay skulls before you can proceed. These can be made from soft clay.

Finding a requested object Edit

Taking a requested object Edit

  • You have found the object Joakim requested. Return to him to find out what to do next.

Talking to Father Joakim afterwards Edit

  • Father Joakim: Welcome back! It looks as though you found the object I asked you to find. Take some flowers from the crate nearby and create three clay skulls from soft clay before placing it by the coffin and we can begin.
    • Could you remind me what I was doing?
      • If you are currently helping to remember the Zamorakian cultists
        • Father Joakim: I asked you to find an object that belonged to those who died in the Lumbridge Catacombs. I only have records of how they died, so I can't help much. Look in the Lumbridge Catacombs for something that might have belonged to them.
          • (Continues below)
      • If you are currently helping to remember the Void Knights
        • Father Joakim: I asked you to find an object that belonged to a fallen Void Knight. I only have records of how they died, so I can't help much. Look around the Void Knight Outpost for something that might have belonged to a fallen Void Knight.
          • (Continues below)
      • If you are currently helping to remember the Drunken Dwarf
        • Father Joakim:  [missing]
          • (Continues below)
      • If you are currently helping to remember those who died in the Fight Pits
        • Father Joakim:  [missing]
          • (Continues below)
      • If you are currently helping to remember Duradel
        • Father Joakim:  [missing]
          • (Continues below)
      • After Father Joakim tells what you are to do
        • Could you tell me what I need to do?
          • (Same as above)
        • I'd like to ask about something else.
          • (Returns to previous options)
        • I'll be back later.
          • (Same as above)
    • Who are you?
      • (Same as above)
    • About that request...
      • (Same as above)
    • I'll be back later.
      • (Same as above)

Taking from the Crate of flowers Edit

Without flowers in your inventory Edit

  • You take a bag of flowers from the crate.

With flowers in your inventory Edit

  • Father Joakim:  I have a limited supply. Please, only take what you need.

Attempting to do more than one part at once Edit

  • Father Joakim:  Sorry, but you're already helping me. I can't have you running all over the place!
    • If you are currently helping to remember the Zamorakian cultists
      • Father Joakim: I asked you to find an object that belonged to those who died in the Lumbridge Catacombs.
    • If you are currently helping to remember the Void Knights
      • Father Joakim: I asked you to find an object that belonged to a fallen Void Knight.
    • If you are currently helping to remember the Drunken Dwarf
      • Father Joakim:  [missing]
    • If you are currently helping to remember those who died in the Fight Pits
      • Father Joakim:  [missing]
    • If you are currently helping to remember Duradel
      • Father Joakim:  [missing]

Attempting to decorate the coffin Edit

Without flowers of the dead Edit

  • Father Joakim: You need some Flowers of the Dead to place. You can pick them up from the crate next to you.

Without three clay skulls Edit

  • Father Joakim: You need to have three clay skulls before you can proceed. These can be made from soft clay.

Attempting to start the ceremony Edit

Without the requested object Edit

  • Father Joakim arranges some help to decorate the skulls.
  • Father Joakim: You need to find an object related to the deceased.

With the requested object and without three clay skulls Edit

  • Father Joakim: Welcome back! It looks as though you found the object I asked you to find. You'll need to create three clay skulls from soft clay before placing it by the coffin so we can begin.
    • Could you remind me what I was doing?
      • (Same as above)
    • Who are you?
      • (Same as above)
    • About that request...
      • (Same as above)
    • I'll be back later.
      • (Same as above)

Zamorakian cultists Edit

Requirements: Level 1 Prayer, The Blood Pact; Requested object: Zamorakian statuette

Selecting Zamorakian cultists Edit

  • Father Joakim:  Thanks for helping! Look in Lumbridge Catacombs for something that might have belonged to them.

The ceremony Edit

  • Father Joakim arranges some help to decorate the skulls.
  • You place the skulls on the coffin; screen briefly fades then returns
  • Father Joakim: Many thanks to all who travelled here.
    • If only Reese died in The Blood Pact
      • Father Joakim: Today we celebrate the life of Reese, who died in the Lumbridge Catacombs.
        • (Continues below)
    • If Kayle and Reese died in The Blood Pact
      • Father Joakim: Today we celebrate the lives of Reese and Kayle, who died in the Lumbridge Catacombs.
        • (Continues below)
    • If Caitlin and Reese died in The Blood Pact
      • Father Joakim: Today we celebrate the lives of Reese and Caitlin, who died in the Lumbridge Catacombs.
        • (Continues below)
    • If Kayle, Caitlin, and Reese died in The Blood Pact
      • Father Joakim: Today we celebrate the lives of Reese, Caitlin and Kayle, who died in the Lumbridge Catacombs.
        • (Continues below)
  • Father Joakim: Although he/they died attempting to claim the town for Zamorak, we shouldn't think of him/them as evil; merely misguided.
    • If Caitlin was killed in The Blood Pact
      • Player: I killed Caitlin, though I could have let her go.
        • I'm glad I killed her.
          • Player: I saw no indication that she was also a victim. She wanted to kill the innocent.
            • (Continues below)
        • I regret killing her.
          • Player: Maybe she could have changed, maybe she wouldn't have been a danger. It's not possible to know.
            • (Continues below)
    • If Caitlin was spared in The Blood Pact
      • Caitlin: Hah! Misguided? If we had succeeded, we would have had the power of gods!
        • I shouldn't have let you go.
          • Player: I hoped you would have learned from your defeat.
          • Caitlin: I'll be sure you will regret it!
          • Father Joakim: Enough. Let us not focus on bickering among ourselves. We should focus on the positives of life.
            • (Continues below)
        • I feel sorry for you.
          • Player: Even when you're given a second chance, you're unable to take the opportunity to turn your life around.
          • [missing]
            • (Continues below)
    • If Kayle was killed in The Blood Pact
      • Player: I killed Kayle, though I could have let her go.
        • I'm glad I killed him.
          • Player: Any who would serve Zamorak, even unwittingly, deserve their fate. Reese deserved his fate. Had I not killed him, he surely would have gone on to kill countless others.
            • (Continues below)
        • I regret killing him.
          • Player: Looking back, he seemed too oblivious to realise the trouble he was in. He was always nervous, panicking at the slightest movement.
            • (Continues below)
    • If Kayle was spared in The Blood Pact
      • Kayle: Reese, was I wrong to follow you? I believed in our goal, but, looking back, I wish I never joined up with you.
        • You still seem scared.
          • Player: Stay away from cultists. They'll use fear to control you.  
          • Kayle: Y - Yes, I will.
          • Father Joakim: Let's focus on the deceased, not the living. We are here to celebrate them, not to bicker.
            • (Continues below)
        • At least you've seen sense.
          • [missing]
    • If Reese was killed by you in The Blood Pact
      • Player: Reese deserved his fate. Had I not killed him, he surely would have gone on to kill countless others.
        • If Kayle was spared in The Blood Pact
          • Kayle: I - I think you're right. He wouldn't have stopped at Lumbridge.
            • (Continues below)
        • If Caitlin was spared in The Blood Pact
          • Caitlin: That's why you should have never let me go!
            • (Continues below)
        • If neither was spared in The Blood Pact
          • (Continues below)
    • If Reese was spared by you and then killed himself in The Blood Pact
      • Player: I tried to show Reese mercy but he wouldn't accept it. I didn't expect him to kill himself. I wonder if his mind was even his own.
  • Father Joakim: There's obviously a lot of animosity here, beyond my understanding. I had hoped for a much happier celebration, but let us proceed.
  • You perform a magic spell
  • Father Joakim: Everything has disappeared! I wonder why that is. We shall end the celebration in the traditional festival manner.
  • Fireworks are set off; all people celebrate; screen briefly fades then returns
  • Father Joakim: Here, take this mask as a token of my thanks.
  • For helping those who died in the Lumbridge Catacombs, you will receive 1,000 as double XP when training Prayer. You now have X double Prayer XP available in total.

Void Knights Edit

Requirements: Level 20 Prayer, Level 40 combat; Requested object: Void Knight seal'

Selecting the Void Knights Edit

  • Father Joakim:  Thanks for helping! Look around the Void Knight Outpost for something that might have belonged to a fallen Void Knight.

The ceremony Edit

  • Father Joakim arranges some help to decorate the skulls.
  • You place the skulls on the coffin; screen briefly fades then returns
  • Father Joakim: Many thanks to all who travelled here. Today, we celebrate the lives of those who died protecting us from the Void.
  • Knight Jason: Truly, it is sad to see such brave warriors meet their end. Every knight who falls in battle is a true warrior of Guthix! How are we meant to bring balance to...
  • Father Joakim: Please try to celebrate their life, not mourn their death. Try to think of pleasant memories of their life.
  • Knight Jason: I shall try. Many memories come to mind. It is hard to choose just one.
    • How about a battle?
      • Knight Jason: Very well... There was one threat which required many knights at the same location, which was highly abnormal. Usually it's a single knight for an assignment. With several portals unchallenged, we knew many pests might be able to get close to the mainland; possibly even beyond our defences. Upon arrival, we found a small island, covered with appeared to be unhatched eggs. Soon after we started destroying them, a giant pest approached. Despite our numbers, it was too powerful to defeat. However, we managed to lure the creatures away long enough to destroy most of the eggs. Five of us escaped to the boat, while three remained to delay them, so that we could report our findings back.
      • Player: That's a brave sacrifice!
        • (Continues below)
    • How about your past?
      • Knight Jason: Very well... I remember our days as squires. Many of us would sit in the barracks, speaking of what great warriors we would become, and how we would earn more commendations than any before us. I fell behind on that one! I'll have to start catching up now.
        • I have a lot of commendations myself!
          • [missing]
            • (Continues below)
        • Maybe I'll help out some time.
          • Knight Jason: We in the service of balance would welcome your strength and skill! Should you head to south Port Sarim docks, a squire will happily transport you to our island.
            • (Continues below)
  • Father Joakim: That's an interesting story, thank you. Let us proceed.
  • You perform a magic spell
  • Father Joakim: Everything has disappeared! It's happened twice now. It must mean something. We shall end the celebration in the traditional festival manner.
  • Fireworks are set off; all people celebrate; screen briefly fades then returns
  • For helping those who died protecting us from the Void, you will receive 5,000 as double XP when training Prayer. You now have X double Prayer XP available in total.

Drunken Dwarf Edit

Requirements: Level 40 Prayer, My Arm's Big Adventure; Requested object: Beer and kebab

Selecting the Drunken Dwarf Edit

  • Father Joakim:  Thanks for helping! Look around Trollheim, where he is reported to have died. Something may be left there.

The ceremony Edit

  • Father Joakim arranges some help to decorate the skulls.
  • Father Joakim: I don't want any alcohol put there!
  • Player: These are the personal items you asked for, though!
  • Father Joakim: What do you mean?
  • Player: He's known as the Drunken Dwarf. What items did you think he was closest to?
  • Father Joakim: Fine. Go ahead and place them down.
  • You place the skulls on the coffin; screen briefly fades then returns
  • Father Joakim: Many thanks to all who travelled here. Today we celebrate the life of a strange dwarf, with whom many had dealings - even if they didn't want to. His problems with alcohol finally led to his end.
  • Player: I didn't realise he was dead.
  • Father Joakim: Apparently his leg was eaten by a troll. It's not easy to survive that! I thought more people would be here.
    • I'm not surprised!
      • He always annoyed me.
        • Player: One moment you'd just be minding your own business, and then he'd be under your feet, almost tripping you up. My Arm did what I wanted to for a long time!
        • Father Joakim: That's...um...not in the spirit of celebration.
          • (Continues below)
      • I remember how he would appear from nowhere, hiccuping constantly.
        • Player: I never really knew anything about him, though. He was just there, always trying to give me kebabs and beer. Even when I had no space, he'd throw them at my feet and leave.
          • (Continues below)
    • I kind of feel sorry for him.
      • Player: I get the feeling he was lonely and couldn't make any friends. Maybe dwarves see giving out food and drink as an offering of friendship.
        • (Continues below)
  • Player: It is quite a strange feeling. After he hunted me down to give me a beer and a kebab so many times before, I'm now returning them. Ahh!
  • Drunken Dwarf: 'Ahh!' yourself, matey!  
  • Player: I thought you were dead.
  • Drunken Dwarf: I think I'd remember that, matey.
    • Just how many drunken dwarves are there?
      • Player: Just how many drunken dwarves are there?
      • Drunken Dwarf: How many dwarves are there in Keldagrim?
      • Player: ...
        • (Continues below)
    • I saw your leg get eaten!
      • Player: I saw your leg get eaten!
      • Drunken Dwarf: That must 'ave been my matey, matey!
      • Player: What?
      • Drunken Dwarf: 'Ello, Matey!
      • Player: ...
        • (Continues below)
  • Father Joakim: Welcome to our late arrival. Do you wish to share any memories?
  • Drunken Dwarf: I don't remember where I was last night, matey.
  • Father Joakim: Surely you must remember something of your departed friend?
  • Drunken Dwarf: He'd drink me under the table, then I'd go find a kebab. That's all I ever remember, matey.
  • Father Joakim: Well, let us proceed.
  • You perform a magic spell
  • Father Joakim: Everything has disappeared! It happened again! The spirits must be accepting the gifts. We shall end the celebration in the traditional festival manner.
  • Fireworks are set off; all people celebrate; screen briefly fades then returns
  • For helping the Drunken Dwarf, you will receive 20,000 as double XP when training Prayer. You now have X double Prayer XP available in total.

Fight Pit warriors Edit

Requirements: Level 60 Prayer, The Elder Kiln; Requested object: Firecapezorz cape'

Selecting the Fight Pit warriors Edit

  • Father Joakim:  Thanks for helping! Look around areas where these TzHaar creatures fight.

The ceremony Edit

  • Father Joakim arranges some help to decorate the skulls.
  • Father Joakim: Many thanks to all who travelled here. Today, we celebrate the lives of the many who died against the mighty TzHaar, failing to survive a fighting arena.
  • Player: I thought nobody died in the Fight Pits.
  • Cow1337killr: Haha! I can't believe those noobs actually died! Only they could die in a safe area. They always laughed at me for killing cows. Look who's winning now! I don't want to meet whoever killed them, though.
    • You're looking at them!
      • Cow1337killr: Don't kill me!
        • I'll be coming for you next!
          • Father Joakim: Not right now, you won't. Nobody dies at this celebration.
          • Player: That's no fun...
          • Father Joakim: Please focus on celebrating their lives, not fighting each other.
          • Player: I never really knew anything about them. What sort of people were they?
            • (Continues below)
        • They would have killed my Ga'al. I had to!
          • Cow1337killr: As long as you're not killing me...
          • Father Joakim: Please focus upon celebrating their lives, not on each other.
          • Player: I never really knew anything about them. What sort of people were they?
            • (Same as below)
    • What were they like?
      • Player: I never really knew anything about them. What sort of people were they?
      • Cow1337killr: NoRemorse77 could never be trusted! He would always be 'losing' something someone else was holding, then he would try to convince everyone they stole it from him! Odischamp I never really got on with. He just never seemed to like anything. You should have seen him after an update. FightpitPKer liked to create his own scoring systems, for everything. When I first met him, he suggested I scored cow killing by counting up every time I killed a cow in 1 hit, resetting to 0 when it took more hits. I hate it, but can't stop using it! Lolthenkill and Firecapezorz were always fighting. I don't think they ever did anything else!
      • Father Joakim: An odd group! Let us proceed.
        • (Continues below)
  • You perform a magic spell
  • Father Joakim: Everything has disappeared! It happened again! The spirits must be accepting the gifts. We shall end the celebration in the traditional festival manner.
  • Fireworks are set off; all people celebrate; screen briefly fades then returns
  • For helping those who died at the hands of the mighty TzHaar, you will receive 50,000 as double XP when training Prayer. You now have X double Prayer XP available in total.

Duradel Edit

Requirements: Level 80 Prayer, While Guthix Sleeps; Requested object: Duradel's claws

Selecting Duradel Edit

  • Father Joakim:  Thanks for helping! Look around the Void Knight Outpost for something that might have belonged to a fallen Void Knight.

The ceremony Edit

  • Father Joakim arranges some help to decorate the skulls.
  • Father Joakim: Many thanks to all who travelled here. Today, we celebrate the life of Duradel, who died attempting to save the world from a powerful force.
  • Harralak: Regrettably, I never got the chance to know Duradel properly, though the skill he fought with was most impressive. He would certainly have been welcome at my guild!
  • Kuradal: Whenever I think of my father, I return to my childhood, when we would slay dangerous beasts together. We were both far too competitive for that to last long. I would go on my own at night and slay tougher and tougher creatures, so that I could surpass him. Now we will never know who was the better slayer.
  • Mazchna: With your determination, I don't think he ever stood a chance. It will take time, but we will get back up to full strength. We shall endure.
  • Kuradal: I wished to bring mother and father back together. I had completed many preparations. I should have done it sooner.
  • Father Joakim: I'm certain he would have appreciated your help. Let us proceed.
  • You perform a magic spell
  • Father Joakim: Everything has disappeared! It happened again! The spirits must be happy with our offerings. We shall end the celebration in the traditional festival manner.
  • Fireworks are set off; all people celebrate; screen briefly fades then returns
  • For helping a mighty slayer master who died fighting a powerful being, you will receive 175,000 as double XP when training Prayer. You now have X double Prayer XP available in total.

After completing all tasks Edit

  • Father Joakim: Ah, hello again. Would you like to help out again, or ask about something else?
    • I'd like to help out again.
      • Father Joakim:  Please choose those whom you wish to honour.
        • (Choose a person interface opens)
    • I'd like to ask about something else.

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