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In the Polypore Dungeon Edit

  • Ramokee Skinweaver: Mmmm?
    • Hello, I'm Player.
      • Player: Hello, I'm Player.
      • Ramokee Skinweaver: Skip the chit-chat, human.
        • I'd like to ask you about yourself.
          • (Same as below)
        • I'd like to ask you about this place.
          • (Same as below)
        • I'd like to ask you about these creatures.
          • (Same as below)
        • I'll leave you alone now.
          • (Same as below)
    • I'd like to ask you about yourself.
      • Player: I'd like to ask you about yourself.
      • Ramokee Skinweaver: Alright.
        • Who are you?
          • Player: Who are you?
          • Ramokee Skinweaver: Your question is vague, and it has many answers. If you want to know my race, I am gorajo.
          • Ramokee Skinweaver: If you want to know my class, I was born as a skinweaver. If you want to know my tribe, I serve no tribe, so I am called a ramokee.
          • Ramokee Skinweaver: I am all those things, but they do not define who I am.
            • Why are you here?
              • (Same as below)
            • Can I fight you?
              • (Same as below)
            • Let's talk about something else.
              • (Same as below)
            • I'll leave you alone now.
              • (Same as below)
        • Why are you here?
          • Player: Why are you here?
          • Ramokee Skinweaver: I am here because I wish to be here. But perhaps that is not what you meant to ask; I shall tell you more of my history.
          • Ramokee Skinweaver: Among my race, skinweavers are rare.
          • Ramokee Skinweaver: Almost as soon as we are born, the tribe expects us to undergo intensive training, learning to serve as healers.
          • Ramokee Skinweaver: I had not asked to be a skinweaver; my class was a mere accident of fate, yet it set the course of my entire life. That is the gorajo way, and I rejected it.
          • Ramokee Skinweaver: Once I had mastered my powers, I left the tribe, becoming a ramokee. Now I serve no-one, and my powers are mine to use as I wish.
            • That was very selfish of you.
              • Player: That was very selfish of you.
              • Ramokee Skinweaver: Human, I could dissolve your heart with a mere thought. Do not interrupt me.
                • (Continues below)
            • I admire your independence.
              • Player: I admire your independence.
              • Ramokee Skinweaver: That is right and proper. I shall continue.
                • (Continues below)
            • I'll leave you alone now.
              • (Same as below)
          • Ramokee Skinweaver: Wandering alone, I came across a strange hole in the world, and passed through it into a land unlike any I had ever seen. Its winged inhabitants called it Zanaris.
          • Player: Zanaris? Yes, I've been there.
          • Ramokee Skinweaver: The hole, through which I had entered Zanaris, closed itself. The creatures of Zanaris said that it must have been an unstable portal; such things happen there.
          • Ramokee Skinweaver: Although I could no longer return to my world, I had no desire to do so. There was nothing back there to interest me.
          • Ramokee Skinweaver: Zanaris had rings of magical fungus through which I could travel from world to world. One such journey brought me to your world.
          • Ramokee Skinweaver: As a skinweaver, I was fascinated by the fungus in those rings. It is a living organism, yet it contains magical power.
          • Ramokee Skinweaver: I began to study fungi. I experimented on the fungi that were native to this damp cave, and I learned to imbue some of my own skinweaving powers into them.
          • Ramokee Skinweaver: I could even weave the fungi around the native beasts, creating completely new creatures. They already had brute strength, but my fungus gave them magic.
          • Ramokee Skinweaver: So now this cave is my home, where I can use my skinweaving powers to create whatever I wish. It is satisfactory.
            • Who are you?
              • (Same as above)
            • Can I fight you?
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            • Let's talk about something else.
              • (Same as below)
            • I'll leave you alone now.
              • (Same as below)
        • Can I fight you?
          • Player: Can I fight you?
          • Ramokee Skinweaver: Human, I am a skinweaver. I can strip the flesh from your bones with a mere thought, then grow it into a more pleasing shape.
          • Ramokee Skinweaver: Before you could strike me, you would find your intestines growing out through your nose.
          • Player: I'll bear that in mind.
            • Who are you?
              • (Same as above)
            • Why are you here?
              • (Same as above)
            • Let's talk about something else.
              • (Same as below)
            • I'll leave you alone now.
              • (Same as below)
        • Let's talk about something else.
          • Player: Let's talk about something else.
          • Ramokee Skinweaver: If you must.
            • I'd like to ask you about yourself.
              • (Same as above)
            • I'd like to ask you about this place.
              • (Same as below)
            • I'd like to ask you about these creatures.
              • (Same as below)
            • I'll leave you alone now.
              • (Same as below)
        • I'll leave you alone now.
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    • I'd like to ask you about this place.
      • Player: I'd like to ask you about this place.
      • Ramokee Skinweaver: This place? It is my home. What about it?
        • Why is the cave full of fungus?
          • Player: Why is the cave full of fungus?
          • Ramokee Skinweaver: Fungi are incredibly flexible life forms. I can imbue my powers into them, then grow them all over the beasts of the cave to make new kinds of creature.
          • Ramokee Skinweaver: When I arrived here, the cave already contained fungi because this is a naturally damp region. I have simply encouraged the growth of these amazing organisms.
            • What do you do here?
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            • Let's talk about something else.
              • (Same as below)
            • I'll leave you alone now.
              • (Same as below)
        • What do you do here?
          • Player: What do you do here?
          • Ramokee Skinweaver: I do whatever I wish! There is no tribe here to make demands of me. My powers are mine to use as I please.
          • Ramokee Skinweaver: I have learned to imbue my skinweaving powers into the fungus of this cave. By growing it onto the native beasts, I have created new forms of life.
          • Ramokee Skinweaver: I also make simple garments of mycelium. The merchant sells these upstairs.
          • Ramokee Skinweaver: If you gather flakes of my fungus from my creatures, you can try to stitch the fungus to the mycelium garments to make protective armour imbued with my magical powers.
            • Why is the cave full of fungus?
              • (Same as above)
            • Let's talk about something else.
              • (Same as below)
            • I'll leave you alone now.
              • (Same as below)
        • Let's talk about something else.
          • Player: Let's talk about something else.
          • Ramokee Skinweaver: If you must.
            • I'd like to ask you about yourself.
              • (Same as above)
            • I'd like to ask you about this place.
              • (Same as above)
            • I'd like to ask you about these creatures.
              • (Same as below)
            • I'll leave you alone now.
              • (Same as below)
        • I'll leave you alone now.
          • (Same as below)
    • I'd like to ask you about these creatures.
      • Player: I'd like to ask you about these creatures.
      • Ramokee Skinweaver: My creatures? Alright, go ahead.
        • What are these creatures?
          • Player: What are these creatures?
          • Ramokee Skinweaver: When I first arrived here, they were mindless beasts lumbering around the cave, squatting in slime. They had brute strength, but nothing more.
          • Ramokee Skinweaver: As I learned to imbue my powers into the native fungi, I was able to grow my fungi onto the creatures, and I adapted their bodies to receive it.
          • Ramokee Skinweaver: In my creatures, I have achieved a perfect combination of the magical powers of the fungus with the strength and voracity of the beast.
            • How should I fight them?
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            • What loot can I get from them?
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            • Let's talk about something else.
              • (Same as below)
            • I'll leave you alone now.
              • (Same as below)
        • How should I fight them?
          • Player: How should I fight them?
          • Ramokee Skinweaver: When a human sees a strange creature, their instinct is to kill it. Your race is strange indeed!
          • Ramokee Skinweaver: Nevertheless, you may try to cull them, if you dare; while I enjoy creating them, the fully-formed beasts are of no use to me.
          • Ramokee Skinweaver: You will need skill, human. My fungus is powerful, and some of the creatures cannot even be harmed except by immensely skilled slayers.
          • Ramokee Skinweaver: Furthermore, you should know that my fungus makes the creatures resilient to physical attacks. You may have more success using your magical powers.
          • Ramokee Skinweaver: If you let the larger creatures touch you, their fungus will attempt to infest you. This will kill you very quickly, so keep your distance.
          • Ramokee Skinweaver: The neem drupes that grow upstairs can be ground up to extract their oil. This is a natural fungicide. You can collect it in a jug.
          • Ramokee Skinweaver: Splashing the neem oil on my creatures will weaken my fungus for a moment. If you daren't approach the creature to do this, get another human to do it for you.
          • Ramokee Skinweaver: While the fungus is weakened, the creature will be confused, and it will be unable to cast magical attacks for a short time.
          • Ramokee Skinweaver: Try not to die horribly.
            • What are these creatures?
              • (Same as above)
            • What loot can I get from them?
              • (Same as below)
            • Let's talk about something else.
              • (Same as below)
            • I'll leave you alone now.
              • (Same as below)
        • What loot can I get from them?
          • Player: What loot can I get from them?
          • Ramokee Skinweaver: Spores and flakes of fungus are fairly common. If you collect enough spores, you may be able to grow them on a polypore stick.
          • Ramokee Skinweaver: Polypore sticks are found on the ganodermic beasts, the large ones. If you grow spores on a polypore stick, you can create a powerful magical staff.
          • Ramokee Skinweaver: The flakes of fungus can be attached to mycelium garments that I make, turning them into magical armour.
          • Ramokee Skinweaver: The merchant upstairs can sell you the garments. He is strange, even for a human, but he runs his little shop adequately.
          • Ramokee Skinweaver: Apart from that I have created a special fungus that can be eaten by humans. I have named it the Gorajian Mushroom. It is imbued with my skinweaving powers.
          • Ramokee Skinweaver: When you eat a gorajian mushroom, it will restore some of your health immediately, and you will benefit from a healing effect for a short period.
          • Ramokee Skinweaver: The healing effect makes you take less damage when you are harmed by a human like yourself. You might even gain a little health if the damage was sufficiently slight.
          • Ramokee Skinweaver: The effect is triggered by the spiritual conflict of the combatants. If you are fighting monsters, there will be no spiritual conflict, so the healing does nothing.
          • Ramokee Skinweaver: Even if your foe is human, their origin may be too different from yours to trigger the healing effect.
          • The Ramokee Skinweaver is trying to explain that the healing effect only works in player-vs-player combat.
          • Player: Okay, I'll keep an eye out for those things.
          • Ramokee Skinweaver: If they don't interest you, maybe you'll be able to sell them on.
            • What are these creatures?
              • (Same as above)
            • How should I fight them?
              • (Same as above)
            • Let's talk about something else.
              • (Same as below)
            • I'll leave you alone now.
              • (Same as below)
        • Let's talk about something else.
          • Player: Let's talk about something else.
          • Ramokee Skinweaver: If you must.
            • I'd like to ask you about yourself.
              • (Same as above)
            • I'd like to ask you about this place.
              • (Same as above)
            • I'd like to ask you about these creatures.
              • (Same as above)
            • I'll leave you alone now.
              • (Same as below)
        • I'll leave you alone now.
          • (Same as below)
    • I'll leave you alone now.
      • Player: I'll leave you alone now.
      • The Ramokee Skinweaver does not appear to care.

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