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The Birthday FeastEdit

Manni's PlanEdit

  • Player: Hello!
  • Manni the Reveller: Hey! It's [Fremennik Name]! Let me buy you a drink. Listen. I need help with something very hush-hush. Are you the [man/woman] for the job?
  • Player: Depends what it is.
  • Manni the Reveller: Well, it's the Chieftain's birthday soon and I'm organising a surprise feast for him. All I need you to do is invite a couple of people. Can you help me?
    • Player: Yes, I can help with that.
      • Manni the Reveller: Marvellous. Now, Brundt is an old friend of Mawnis Burowgar of Neitiznot and King Vargas of Miscellania. If you could invite them to the feast, that would be great. Come back if you have any problems.
      • Player: I'll get right on it.
    • Player: Sorry, I don't have time.

Inviting MawnisEdit

  • Player: Greetings! I come with a special message. Manni of Rellekka is planning a grant feast for Chieftain Brundt's birthday, and I'm here to invite you.
  • Mawnis Burowgar: I can't go.
  • Player: Really? You can't go?
  • Mawnis Burowgar: Ah, you're entering a world of trouble there, [Fremennik Name]. I can tell you now that I'm not going, and, if you were planning to talk to King Vargas, you won't get anywhere with him either. He still blames the Chieftain for what happened to him. Brundt will enlighten you, if you want to know why.
  • Player: Well, I'll go and speak to him then.

Inviting VargasEdit

  • Player: Your Majesty, I have a message from Manni of Rellekka. He is planning a feast for Chieftain Brundt's birthday, and we'd be honoured if you were present.
  • King Vargas: Brundt's birthday, you say? I'd rather be turned into something even more ridiculous!
  • Player: So, that's a 'no' then?
  • King Vargas: If it weren't for Brundt and his seer, I'd still be human and adventuring. I wouldn't go to his feast, even if I could fit through those doors. You can give up on Mawnis too; he hasn't forgiven Brundt for what happened that day. Brundt should be made to apologise.
  • Player: I'll see what I can do.

Reporting BackEdit

  • Player: Hello!
  • Manni the Reveller: Ah, [Fremennik Name], there you are! How did you get on with the invitations?
  • Player: Not good. Apparently, King Vargas and Mawnis Burowgar are annoyed at the Chieftain for something that happened to them all.
  • Manni the Reveller: They won't come? That's no good! Well, you know what a decent Fremennik reveller does in the face of adversity.
  • Player: Give up? No, wait, I've got it: drink!
  • Manni the Reveller: True, true. I was going for staring adversity down and conquering it.
  • Player: Sounds like hard work.
  • Manni the Reveller: Perhaps, but it's worth it. Listen, I don't think it's worth keeping this a secret any more. Speak to Brundt and see what he says.

Unresolved ConflictEdit

  • Player: About your birthday feast...
  • Brundt the Chieftain: A birthday feast? I knew Manni was up to something!
  • Player: He was, but I'm having trouble getting guests to come. Do you know why King Vargas of Miscellania and Mawnis Burowgar of Neitiznot might be annoyed with you?
  • Brundt the Chieftain: Yes, I know why. It's the same reason I'm angry with them – well, one of them, at least. Let me explain.
Cutscene begins
  • Brundt the Chieftain: It happened fifteen years ago, when I was young and foolish. We were gathering an adventuring party...
  • Young Brundt: Glad you made it!
  • Prince Vargas: Wouldn't miss it, friend. Always eager to face danger and slay its minions.
  • Young Brundt: Don't forget why we're here. We need to find that last tablet, so Peer can complete the text of the prophecy.
  • Prince Vargas: Of course, to stand by when adventure beckons is no mark of a hero!
  • Player: Wait a moment: are you saying that King Vargas was a yeti, even then?
  • Brundt the Chieftain: You're right! I remember now – he was still a human like the rest of us.
  • Young Mawnis: Hail! I thought I had missed you. The seas have been terrible.
  • Young Brundt: Not to worry, we wouldn't have left without you.
  • Young Mawnis: Allow me to introduce my kinsman, Nial Swiftfling of Jatizso. There is nobody better with a throwing axe.
  • Young Brundt: You have kin on Jatizso? Is this the one your sister ran off to marry?
  • Nial Swiftfling: That is I. It's an honour, Brundt Chieftainsen.
  • Young Brundt: Hold! Who goes there?
  • Asleif Hamalsdotter: Good day, Brundt of Rellekka. I hear you're gathering adventurers.
  • Young Brundt: I am. It will be perilous, you may not want to come.
  • Asleif Hamalsdotter: That's exactly why I want to come. Fighters should never travel without a healer, and I am the best herbalist of my clan.
  • Young Brundt: Your clan? Are you of Hamal's people – the ones who came from the mountains near here?
  • Asleif Hamalsdotter: My name is Asleif. Hamal is my father.
  • Young Brundt: This changes things. Your father will not appreciate you being here and, honestly, nor should I.
  • Asleif Hamalsdotter: Brundt, sir, you need my help. I have the skill and ingredients for many kinds of food and potions. My father does not know I am here, nor my betrothed. I just want to do some good with my skills before I am married.
  • Young Brundt: Fine, you are welcome to join us. Let's not waste any more time standing around here.
  • (Fade out/in)
  • Brundt the Chieftain: We were defeated. To this day I don't know how we escaped, but there we were, outside the Fishing Guild.
  • Player: The Fishing Guild?
  • Brundt the Chieftain: Are you interrupting me?
  • Player: No sir.
  • Young Brundt: Well, that was a disaster. Who has the tablet?
  • Young Mawnis: The tablet? My kinsman loses his mind in a cave and you're worried about a piece of stone?
  • Asleif Hamalsdotter: Calm, everyone; I need to concentrate. Your Highness, this may hurt a little.
  • Prince Vargas: Aaarrgghhhh!
  • Young Brundt: Vargas, you milksop. Be quiet! I'm sorry, Mawnis. I mean nothing against your brother. It's just that the whole endeavour was for naught if we've lost that tablet.
  • Young Mawnis: Clearly none of us have it, unless you plan to accuse us of hiding it.
  • Prince Vargas: Will you two stop arguing? I'm dying or worse from this forsaken curse, and all you can do is bicker about your own problems!
  • Young Mawnis: You suffer the curse, but you can't spare a thought for my sister whose partner was already consumed by it. You, Brundt, you'd have me down as a thief! I'll take no more of this.
  • Prince Vargas: This is your fault, Brundt. I hope you never find your prize: let that be payment for the suffering you've caused.
Cutscene ends
  • Player: So, is there anything I can do to help?
  • Brundt the Chieftain: Well, I'll be happy when I know who took the tablet.
  • Player: Why is the tablet so important? How many are there supposed to be?
  • Brundt the Chieftain: There were five, and this was the last one we had to find.
  • Player: It must say something really exciting, then. What does the prophecy say so far?
  • Brundt the Chieftain: I don't know. The others went missing before Peer managed to restore them and complete the prophecy.
  • Player: Missing? How? And why does it matter what the last one says, if you don't have the message from the first four?
  • Brundt the Chieftain: It doesn't matter how they went missing. What matters is that a supposed 'friend' stole the last prophecy tablet and has lied to me about it ever since! There will be no feasting until I know who it was.
  • Player: I'll see if I can work it out. Do you know where the cave is? I might have a look there.
  • Brundt the Chieftain: You'd do that? I can't remember exactly where it is, so you might have to ask the others for directions.
  • The Chieftain hands you a piece of paper with directions on it.
  • Brundt the Chieftain: Good luck, [Fremennik Name].

Piecing Events TogetherEdit

Vargas' StoryEdit

  • Player: Chieftain Brundt has been telling me about an adventure you and he had a long time ago.
  • King Vargas: He'll have forgotten the truth.
  • Player: Well, can you tell me the truth?
  • King Vargas: To be honest, I'd rather forget.
  • Player: Please? Perhaps I can help.
  • King Vargas: Very well. Listen to me...
Cutscene begins
  • King Vargas: We had journeyed to the bottom of an ice cave, where a terrible creature had its lair.
  • Asleif Hamalsdotter: What is that thing?
  • Prince Vargas: Not to fear, fair maiden. I, Vargas the Warrior-Prince, will vanquish it.
  • Asleif Hamalsdotter: Oh, Vargas. Thank goodness you're here to protect us!
  • Prince Vargas: Argh, I am cursed! I feel the foul magic spreading through me – but I must be resolute!
  • Player: So, where is Nial?
  • King Vargas: Was that the one from Jatizso? I don't remember, I think he got himself killed somewhere.
  • Player: Right.
Cutscene ends
  • King Vargas: Do you see now? Brundt is obsessed with his stupid tablet while I'm stuck looking like this!
  • Player: Yes, I see why you're angry. If you don't mind me asking, once you were cursed and turned into a yeti, how long did the transformation take?
  • King Vargas: I fought and suffered with it for years, but, eventually, even I was forced to succumb. A lesser man would have given up long before I.
  • Player: It must be terrible.
  • King Vargas: It is! I've had to turn back every design for a throne, and, whenever I ask about widening the doorways, they just mutter about 'supporting walls'.
  • Player: I understand Asleif did everything she could to help.
  • King Vargas: Really? I don't remember that.
  • Player: Hmm. Anyway, I've got some of the cave directions from Chieftain Brundt. Can you add anything to them?
  • King Vargas: Certainly. This pen you made is really handy, you know.
  • King Vargas adds his directions to those you already know.
  • King Vargas: While you're out, see if you can find a way to turn me back.

Mawnis' StoryEdit

  • Player: Chieftain Brundt told me some of what happened.
  • Mawnis Burowgar: Really? I wonder how much the old man remembers. Let me tell you a story.
Cutscene begins
  • Mawnis Burowgar: We had found the home of a foul ice beast.
  • Asleif Hamalsdotter: What is that thing?
  • Nial Swiftfling: Stay back, Asleif.
Nial is hit
  • Nial Swiftfling: That does it!
  • Asleif Hamalsdotter: Nial, be careful! It could be poisonous! Is anyone hurt?
  • Young Mawnis: I think a little landed on Vargas.
  • Prince Vargas: Argh, I am cursed! It hurts, it hurts!
  • Asleif Hamalsdotter: Nial, are you all right? You look a little unsteady.
  • Nial Swiftfling: Yes, now you mention it, I do feel a little bit odd, like I'm- Arghhh!
  • Young Brundt: Come on, help me!
  • Young Mawnis: I cannot! He is my kin!
  • Asleif Hamalsdotter: I don't think he's kin to anyone any more. He seems quite out of his mind.
  • Prince Vargas: Brundt, the foe is too powerful, we must flee.
Cutscene ends
  • Mawnis Burowgar: It was one of the few times that we agreed with Prince Vargas. So, we returned and ran. That is why I won't go. I barely heard from him since, and, each time, it's been to chase after that troublesome tablet. Nial and I only went in the first place because I wanted to help Brundt with his quest, now he thinks I stole his treasure!
  • Player: I spoke to King Vargas. His version of the story was very different.
  • Mawnis Burowgar: Let me guess: he's forgotten large elements of it and inflated his own role.
  • Player: Well, he...uh...forgot about your brother-in-law.
  • Mawnis Burowgar: Of course he did. How could he have all the attention with someone like Nial around? King Vargas was proud, even before that fur addled his brain. Can I help with anything else?
  • Player: The Chieftain has given me what he recalls of the directions to the cave. Do you remember anything else?
  • Mawnis Burowgar: Certainly. I'll write them down for you. Please find something that will put my dear sister's mind at rest.
  • The Burgher adds his directions to those you already know.
  • Mawnis Burowgar: Take care, [Fremennik Name].

The Lair of Kang AdmiEdit

  • Hunting expert: Stop! It's dangerous down there. I keep seeing adventurers going down there and never coming back.
  • Player: Thanks, I'll bear that in mind.
  • Do you want to go into the dangerous cave?
    • Yes.
    • No.

Repairing RelationsEdit

Nial's WidowEdit

Good Old GjukiEdit

  • Player: Freygerd? Freygerd of Neitiznot?
  • Freygerd: Not so loud! I used to be Freygerd of Neitiznot, but I moved here to be with my love years ago.
  • Player: Mawnis sent me. I've been investigating and I know what happened to Nial.
  • Freygerd: I don't want to talk about it. I have too much stress dealing with the King.
  • Player: Good old Gjuki. What's he done now?
  • Freygerd: I asked if I could move away to live closer to my brother, but the King said I was liable for his new emigration tax. I just can't afford it.
  • Player: Don't worry, I've stood up to him before. I'll have a word.

Sparring with Sorvott, AgainEdit

  • King Gjuki Sorvott IV: You again? You've got a nerve. I suppose you're here to tell me how to run my kingdom again.
  • Player: Actually, yes I have. I hear you're threatening Freygerd with an emigration tax.
  • King Gjuki Sorvott IV: Of course. If I let my subjects leave, I need a means of reclaiming the lost tax revenue.
  • Player: You don't understand do you? Your kingdom lacks prosperity because you tax citizens into the ground.
  • King Gjuki Sorvott IV: You can't come in here and tell me what to do! I refuse to listen to another single word.
  • Player: Read my lips: no new taxes!
  • King Gjuki Sorvott IV: Very well! If it'll make you leave me alone. I'll give Freygerd special dispensation.
  • Player: Thank you, and I suggest you-
  • King Gjuki Sorvott IV: Don't push your luck, trouble-maker.
  • Player: Fair enough.

Peace at LastEdit

  • Player: I've spoken to King Gjuki. You don't have to pay the emigration tax.
  • Freygerd: Thank you so much.
  • Player: I thought you'd be more excited about leaving the island.
  • Freygerd: I would be, but for years now I've been growing more worried about Nial. Ever since Mawnis told me that he'd turned into a yeti, I've been imagining him stuck in a cave somewhere, raging and driven out of his mind. It is too terrible.
  • Player: I found Nial and ended his torment. I brought back his throwing axe for you.
  • Freygerd: Oh, thank you! Now I know that he's at peace. He loved that axe; although, he did have a stack of them.
  • Player: So, would you feel better about leaving now?
  • Freygerd: Yes, thank you, [Fremennik Name]. Send regards to my brother if you see him before I do.

A Brother's GratitudeEdit

  • Player: I've spoken to your sister. Her mind is at rest and she's planning to move back to Neitiznot.
  • Mawnis Burowgar: That's excellent news! I think I'll go to the feast after all.

Yeti CureEdit

The Mountain Daughter's PouchEdit

  • Player: I've found the mountain daughter's herb pouch in the cave. It might be useful.
  • King Vargas: Well, I don't know anything about herbs. Where is that girl these days?
  • Player: She died, not long after you came back from the cave. Perhaps that doesn't matter. A man in a bear suit killed her.
  • King Vargas: A main in a bear suit?
  • Player: Yeah, I know. After the man in the bear suit killed her, she haunted the mountain-top lake.
  • King Vargas: So, you can find her there?
  • Player: Perhaps. I helped her to find peace, so I don't know.
  • King Vargas: Is it easy to get there?
  • Player: Not really. To cross the islands I'll need a plank, and, hopefully, there's still a pole in the goat pen on the way up the mountain.
  • King Vargas: I'd give you a plank, but I don't have one handy. Sorry.
  • Player: Don't worry. I've found rarer things in my time. I'll be back as soon as I can.

Spirit of the Shimmering PoolEdit

  • Player: Asleif? Asleif? Sorry to bother you, but I need your help. Asleif? Oh, well, I did put her to rest.
  • A face coalesces in the shimmering water.
  • Asleif Hamalsdotter: A friendly voice summons me from my slumber. Greetings, [Fremennik Name], can I help you?
  • Player: Ah, Asleif, thank goodness you're here. I can see you! I...I'm pretty sure I couldn't see you before.
  • Asleif Hamalsdotter: You didn't know what to look for before. Now you see what you expect to see.
  • Player: That's amazing! It's good that I found you. I was worried that you might have, you know, moved on.
  • Asleif Hamalsdotter: I could have done – and I have you to thank for that – but I have found a different kind of peace as the spirit of this lake. I pass my time in pleasant slumber, waiting until someone worthy needs my help.
  • Player: What must I do to prove myself worthy?
  • Asleif Hamalsdotter: You have done more than enough in the past. How can I help you?
  • Player: King Vargas of Miscellania has turned into a yeti, as Nial Swiftfling did. He and I were hoping that you could cure him.
  • Asleif Hamalsdotter: That would be difficult. I was unable to save Nial, as you know, but I have learned a great deal since then. We shall try. I'll need my herb pouch; I think I lost it in the fight with the ice creature.
  • Player: I have it here.
  • Asleif Hamalsdotter: Very good.
  • Player: So, what should I do with the pouch?
  • Asleif Hamalsdotter: Open it. Inside you should find some diamond root. You must be careful not to lose this root; there may be more in the pouch, but it is extinct now.
  • You take some diamond root from the pouch.
  • Player: I have this diamond root. Are you sure this is going to work? After all, you couldn't save Nial.
  • Asleif Hamalsdotter: I didn't have enough time. King Vargas is different: he was only splashed by the cursed spit and I began caring for him almost straight away. I'm sure there is something that could have saved him. Oh, I just can't remember.
  • Player: I spoke to him. He doesn't remember you helping him.
  • Asleif Hamalsdotter: King Vargas has always been like that. He only remembers what suits him.
  • Player: That's a shame. I have the diamond root, though. What should I do with it?
  • Asleif Hamalsdotter: I've awoken the spring on my island – fill a vial with water from it, then add clean irit. Next, grind the root with pestle and mortar, using magic to enchant it as though it were diamond jewellery.
  • Player: Enchant it? I thought your tribe was against that.
  • Asleif Hamalsdotter: My father's tribe certainly are, but years as a ghost, then a lake spirit, have made me more open to such things. Enough about magic. Add the ground root to the irit mixture, then add some hair from a yeti. When you have finished the potion, take it to King Vargas.

Back to NormalEdit

  • Player: Your Majesty, I have the cure!
  • King Vargas: Marvellous! Let me have it.
  • King Vargas transforms back into a human
  • King Vargas: This is fantastic! I'm human again! You are a hero above heroes, and I'm proud to have you as Regent!
  • Player: I wonder what I should do with Asleif's herb pouch.
  • King Vargas: Give it to me! I can keep it to remember her by, I owe her that much.
  • Player: That seems fair.
  • You give Asleif's herb pouch to King Vargas.
  • Player: So, you'll go the feast?
  • King Vargas: Just try to stop me! After that, I'm out adventuring again. There's nothing to worry about with you taking care of the place.
  • Player: I suppose not.

A Fremennik FeastEdit

The True CulpritEdit

  • Player: I killed the beast!
  • Brundt the Chieftain: That's wonderful! Have you worked out who has the tablet?
  • Player: Perhaps. Have a look at this rune.
  • You show Chieftain Brundt the unfinished astral rune.
  • Player: I found it in the ice cave where you fought the creature. I think it's evidence that someone else was there.
  • Brundt the Chieftain: I don't remember anyone else being there.
  • Player: Is there a chance that you've forgotten?
  • Brundt the Chieftain: That would make sense. I always wondered how we got to the Fishing Guild.
  • (Pause)
  • Brundt the Chieftain: I remember!
Cutscene begins
  • Brundt the Chieftain: It was fifteen years ago, when I was young and foolish. We were gathering an adventuring party...
  • Young Brundt: Glad you made it!
  • Prince Vargas: Wouldn't miss it, friend. Always eager to face danger and slay its minions.
  • Player: I know this bit. Could we skip on to the new part?
  • Brundt the Chieftain: Right, yes. I forget how the young people of today tend not to appreciate tales. Hold on... Mawnis. Nial. Is that better? Asleif is about to arrive.
  • Player: Yes, that's a bit better, thank you.
  • Brundt the Chieftain: Hold! Who goes there?
  • Asleif Hamalsdotter: Good day, Brundt of Rellekka. I hear you're gathering adventurers.
  • Player: She's Asleif, daughter of Hamal. She's eager to help and, eventually, she persuades you to let her. Is that about it?
  • Brundt the Chieftain: I have never known someone of so little patience. I will skip ahead.
  • Asleif Hamalsdotter: Brundt, sir, you need my help. I have the skill and ingredients for many kinds of food and potions. My father does not know I am here, nor my betrothed. I just want to do some good with my skills before I am married.
  • Young Brundt: Fine, you are welcome to join us. Let's not waste any more time standing around here.
  • Mysterious Mage: Wait!
  • Young Brundt: Who are you? What do you mean by delaying us?
  • Mysterious Mage: I'm here to offer my services. To travel without a mage would be... unwise.
  • Asleif Hamalsdotter: A mage? I cannot work with a mage!
  • Mysterious Mage: Of course you can, dear. I know how your people feel about the over-reliance on tools and tricks. I can assure you that magic is not trick; it is instead a skill that I have perfected over a lifetime.
  • Asleif Hamalsdotter: My father will never accept such an argument.
  • Mysterious Mage: Do you accept the argument? You have already said that your father does not know you are here.
  • Asleif Hamalsdotter: No, I suppose I cannot argue against it. I understand the benefits that magic can bring.
  • Young Brundt: Well, I do not like it. Answer me this, mage: do you craft runes?
  • Mysterious Mage: Hmm... No, of course not. Runecrafting is for the gods, not mortals.
  • Young Brundt: Very well. I suppose we could have you along and see how it goes. Come, let's get a move on.
  • Cutscene ends
  • Player: I can't believe you fell for that. 'No, Chief, I wouldn't dream of crafting runes.' I wouldn't be surprise if she was from Lunar Isle.
  • Brundt the Chieftain: Well, I see that now! At the time it was- Oh, I don't need to justify myself to you.
  • Player: So, what do you intend to do?
  • Brundt the Chieftain: I must make amends with my friends. Thank you, [Fremennik Name], you've done me a great favour.
  • Player: You are very welcome. I will tell Manni that you're going to the feast.

Skål!Edit

  • Player: Hello!
  • Manni the Reveller: Don't tell me – I heard all about it! Not only are you a fine drinker, [Fremennik Name], but you're the master of organising feasts!
  • Player: All in a day's work, Manni.
  • Manni the Reveller: I want you to have this old book. It's been in my family for ages, but it's all about fighting, so it's not like I'll read it. Let's get this party started!
  • Player: Cheers!
  • Mawnis Burowgar: Skål!
  • Brundt the Chieftain: Skål!
  • King Vargas: Skål!
  • Brundt the Chieftain: Not 'cheers', [Fremennik Name], you're a Fremennik! Say 'Skål!'!
  • Player: Sorry. Skål!
  • Mawnis Burowgar: Skål!
  • Brundt the Chieftain: Skål!
  • King Vargas: Skål!
QUEST COMPLETE

What Really HappenedEdit

  • Player: I found this astral rune. DO you know who it might belong to?
  • Baba Yaga: You found my lucky rune! May I have it back?
  • Player: What's it worth?
  • Baba Yaga: Oh, aren't you the mercenary? Give me the rune and we'll see what you gain. First, I wish to tell you a story.
  • Player: Fine. If it's the same story I've heard from Chieftain Brundt, Mawnis the Burgher and King Vargas, I'm more interested in the bits they don't remember. I want the truth.
  • Baba Yaga: Ah, you want the truth. If the others don't remember, what makes you think that I can? Who's to say that I even know the truth?
  • Player: Point taken. Do you want to tell me the story or not?
  • Baba Yaga: Certainly, I do.
  • Cutscene begins
  • Baba Yaga: They'd got themselves into something they couldn't handle.
  • Player: Is that the tablet everyone is going on about, just lying on the floor?
  • Baba Yaga: Yes. Vargas had put it down, moaning about how heavy it was.
  • Young Brundt: Come on, help me!
  • Young Mawnis: I cannot! He is my kin!
  • Asleif Hamalsdotter: I don't think he's kin to anyone any more. He seems quite out of his mind.
  • Prince Vargas: Brundt, the foe is too powerful, we must flee!
  • Mysterious Mage: Hold on.
  • Baba Yaga: So, I teleported them away.
  • Baba Yaga: We escaped to the Fishing Guild. I dare say you know the spell.
  • Young Brundt: What happened?
  • Mysterious Mage: I teleported us out. The yeti was about to kill us all.
  • Young Brundt: I saw you take the tablet! Give it to me, witch.
  • Mysterious Mage: Please don't threaten me, Brundt of Rellekka, I don't want to hurt you. I'm keeping the tablet because I don't think you are ready for it.
  • Young Brundt: How dare you!
  • Young Mawnis: Brundt, let her have it. There are more important things going on.
  • Mysterious Mage: Thank you, Mawnis. I'm sorry for your loss. I'm sorry for you too, your Highness. I'm not sure this will help, but it won't hurt to try.
The Mysterious Mage casts a spell on Vargas
  • Mysterious Mage: Now, if you'll all excuse me, I have to be off. I will clear your memories before I go, however.
  • Young Brundt: Memories? What do you mean?
She teleports away
  • Young Brundt: Well, that was a disaster. Who has the tablet?
  • Young Mawnis: The tablet? My kinsmen loses his in a cave somewhere and you're worried about a piece of stone?
  • Player: How do you remember this bit? You weren't there.
  • Baba Yaga: I don't remember this, but you've heard about it. I can read minds, remember?
  • Player: Yes, of course you can.
  • Baba Yaga: Since you know the rest, I think we can stop there. Now you know as much as I do. Well, not as much as I do, of course, but now you know something, at least.

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