After starting the event:
- Louis the Camel: Oh, hello.
- Player: Hi, you don't seem overly cheerful.
- Louis the Camel: Oh...you're a blunt one. It's nothing really. I was invited to this party, but they haven't provided any thorns or salt plant for me to eat. It seems very inconsiderate.
- Player: But surely you've heard all the foods been stolen?
- Louis the Camel: See! No one cares to mention it to me. Nobody tells the camel anything!
- Player: Well, most people can't talk to camels. I only can because I'm wearing this Camulet.
- Louis the Camel: Excuses. *yawn* They just find me boring.
While wearing the Bedsheets
- Louis the Camel: Why are you wearing those bedsheets? I'll never understand human fashion trends.
- Player: This isn't a fashion trend. I'm pretending to be a ghost.
- Player: This is a long shot, but you don't happen to know anything about Ebenezer Scourge's past do you?
- Louis the Camel: Who's Ebenezer Scourge?
- Player: Never mind.
When the partygoers have been set on fire:
- Louis the Camel: Humans have the strangest customs.
- Player: What do you mean?
- Louis the Camel: The way they set themselves on fire every Christmas for instance.
- Player: They haven't done this! Why would anyone do that to themselves? They've been cursed.
- Louis the Camel: Oh, sure. You just feel bad for me because you didn't invite me to join in. You don't have to pretend.
- Player: You're insane.
- Louis the Camel: Says the woman/man whose species sets themselves on fire every Christmas.
When summoned to Scourge:
- Player: Can you help me convince Scourge the error of his ways?
- Louis the Camel: I could do - you humans do have a habit of ruining things - but I don't think he can understand me.
- Ebenezer Scourge: Ghost, are you talking to that camel?
After the event:
- Louis the Camel: Apparently, you saved Christmas.
- Player: I played a part.
- Louis the Camel: No need to boast.