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The heroes of yesterdayEdit

  • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: Welcome, Yt'Haar.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: It is good that you have returned. We require your assistance.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Our race is dying. No egg has hatched as TzHaar since you and Ga'al-Xox journeyed to the Kiln. Only Ga'al.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: TzHaar live a long time, but all die and become TokKul. Now each TzHaar's egg is born as Ga'al, without TzHaar memories, without TzHaar strength.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: We must take action. We must send more Ga'al to the Kiln. As you cleared the way, it should be safe for them now.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: We want you to lead the expedition into the Elder Kiln, and resurrect greatest TzHaar champions. Will you aid us?
Accept quest (skip to next)
  • Player: Not right now.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: Why do you hesitate, Yt'Haar? It is a good thing that you have done. Now, Ga'al can live with TzHaar, and serve a useful purpose.

If the player accepted the quest

  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Excellent. First, we must choose which of our fallen legends shall live on within the body of a Ga'al.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: TzHaar-Mej-Gek is the obvious choice. He was the greatest of our caste, and much knowledge of our ancient magic was lost in his passing.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: I also nominate TzHaar-Ket-Teg, and the great hunter, TzHaar-Xil-Kal.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: Agreed. Their endurance in the Fight Pit was legendary, and since their return to stone, neither caste has equaled their technique.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh gives you a strange pulsing orb of obsidian.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Yt'Haar, this communication orb will help you locate the TokKul of our great champions. Recover their TokKul by any means necessary, and bring it to us.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: During your search of the city, round up three Ga'al and send them to this plaza. They shall have the honour of bearing the memories of our lost champions.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Finally, the Ga'al shall have value and purpose.
Dialogue ends

If the player destroys the orb

  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh gives you a strange pulsing orb of obsidian.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Yt'Haar, this communication orb will help you locate the TokKul of TzHaar's great champions. Recover their TokKul whatever the cost, and bring it to us.

Continues to dialogue selection

If the player talks to any of the two again.

  • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: We still require the TokKul of three TzHaar champions.
  • Option 1: Why is it necessary to convert the Ga'al?
    • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Do you not recall your journey to the Elder Kiln with Ga'al-Xox? Do you not remember how we found a use for the Ga'al?
      • Option 1: Remind me.
        • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Very well. TzHaar reproduce by laying eggs. We pass on our memories to our child through the egg.
        • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Our volcano city is becoming too cold to grow healthy eggs. They die before hatching, or are born as Ga'al - empty creatures with no memories.
        • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: Ga'al are weak, and cannot do their duty - we send them to the Fight Pits for an honourable death.
        • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: You helped me find a way to give Ga'al memories. It is old magic - dangerous. The power of the Elder Kiln, the font of creation, where the TokHaar dwell.
        • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: You returned with Ga'al-Xox. The TokHaar had changed him, merged him the TokKul of TzHaar-Ket-Yit'tal, a mighty Fight Pit champion.
        • Continues as option 2 below
      • Option 2: I remember.
        • Continues as option 3 below
      • Option 3: I want to know what you hope to achieve.
        • See next section below
  • Option 2: About this ring...
    • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: You want to know more about TokKul-Zo?
      • Option 1: What does it do?
        • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: This ring has a piece of TokKul in it. When worn, it will guide your hand and make you better when fighting TzHaar, fire creatures and maybe even TokHaar.
        • Player: How does it do that?
        • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: My magic taps into the memories in the ring, so you better[sic] at fighting like a TzHaar.
        • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh:The magic will fade after time. When this happens, return to me and I will recharge it for you...for a price.
        • Player: What's your price?
        • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: 50,000 TokKul for a full recharge. Normally I would do it for free, but we need all the TokKul we can get, as we will soon be sending more Ga'al to the Kiln.
        • Option 1: I feel bad about using TokKul as currency now.
          • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Why do you feel bad?
          • Player: Well, now that I know the TzHaar trapped in TokKul are in pain, it doesn't feel right.
          • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Spending the TokKul in shops means we have more TokKul to send to the Elder Kiln. TokKul has always been currency; this will not change.
        • Option 2: Okay.
          • Returns to previous selection
      • Option 2: Can you recharge it?
        • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: This ring is already fully charged. Don't waste your TokKul on it.
      • Option 3: Let's talk about something else.
        • Returns to original selection
      • Option 4: I have to be going.
        • Dialogue ends
  • Option 3: I'd like to talk about titles.
    • Option 1: Claim Yt'Haar title.
    • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: You shall now be know as 'Yt'Haar' wherever you go.
      • Returns to previous selection
    • Option 2: Clear current title.
    • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: Your title has been removed.
      • Returns to previous selection
    • Option 3: Leave.
      • Returns to previous selection
  • Option 4: I'd like to talk about something else.
    • Option 1: Who are you?
      • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: I am TzHaar-Mej-Ak - we met at Birthing Pool. I am one of the elders of the TzHaar City.
      • Player: So, you're like a leader?
      • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: No, no. TzHaar have no leader. All TzHaar equal[sic], all TzHaar have their role. No need for leaders.
      • Player: So, what's your role?
      • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: I guide the TzHaar when there's change. TzHaar do not like change. If it were up to us, we would not allow it.
      • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: But, sometimes, the world changes, and we must think how TzHaar must react.
      • Returns to previous selection
    • Option 2: What's TokKul?
      • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: We use TokKul like you use gold. Only TokKul is the remainds of dead TzHaar.
      • Option 1: You use rocks as currency?
        • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: Not rock! Dead TzHaar! Trapped in each TokKul is dead TzHaar's memory. That's what make[sic] it sacred to us.
        • Returns to previous selection
      • Option 2: I see.
        • Returns to previous selection
    • Option 3: What's there to do here?
      • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: If you[sic] in the mood to kill, you could go[sic] Fight Pit or Fight Cave. They both to the south-west[sic]. If you interested in TzHaar history, go west to library[sic]. Or maybe you visit shops for top quality TzHaar goods.
      • Returns to previous selection
    • Option 4: I'll be going now.
      • Dialogue ends

If the player selected "I want to know what you hope to achieve."

Note: Selecting any of the options causes the 2nd dialogue select to never appear again

  • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: When TzHaar die, our bodies compress into small smooth discs of obsidian called TokKul.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: You were able to fuse the memories in the TokKul with Ga'al-Xox, and give him purpose and power.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Now we have the means to save our race from extinction. We will take TokKul and Ga'al to the Kiln, and TzHaar will live on in the bodies of Ga'al.
    • Option 1: But Ga'al-Xox returned in terrible pain!
      • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: Ga'al-Xox is new to this world. He now bears the memories of a thousand lifetimes. He is suffering through a great trial of transformation.
      • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: He will endure, and emerge strengthened from his ordeal. He will learn that this is necessary.
      • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: Ga'al-Xox endured a great pain in reforging, but that pain shall pass.
      • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: We understand your reluctance, but this is the only way to restore the lost memories of fallen TzHaar.
      • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Our eggs do not work. If we do not do this, the TzHaar will be no more.
      • Same options as before, with "I've heard enough..."
      • Option 5: I've heard enough...
        • Returns to the original selection
    • Option 2: Fusing your dead into the Ga'al is cruel and barbaric.
      • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: It is cruel to leave TzHaar trapped in TokKul. We must free them!
      • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: It is far from cruel to a TzHaar. Each TzHaar must do their duty.
      • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: A TzHaar with not purpose, and no memories to carry it out, cannot have honour. A TzHaar with no honour has no reason to exist.
      • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: To bear TzHaar memories is to become TzHaar, become strong. These Ga'al cannot survive on their own.
      • Returns to the original dialogue screen.
    • Option 3: Yes, this will give the Ga'al a meaningful purpose in TzHaar society.
    • Option 4: I only do this to rescue your dead from suffering in TokKul.
    • Option 5: We should not return to the Elder Kiln. I don't trust the TokHaar.

If the player has no space

  • You need one free space in your inventory to accept an item from TzHaar-Mej.

Continues as before

TokKul artefactsEdit

Activating the communication orb outside the cityEdit

  • The communication orb does not respond. You are too far from the center of the TzHaar City to contact TzHaar-Mej-Jeh.

Right clicking recalibrate

  • Option 1: TokKul of TzHaar-Mej-Gek.
    • The orb is freezing. It pulls strongly to the north and strongly to the east/west.
  • Option 2: TokKul of TzHaar-Key-Teg.
    • The orb is freezing. It pulls strongly to the north and strongly to the east/west.
  • Option 3: TokKul of TzhHaar-Xil-Kal.
    • The orb is freezing. It pulls strongly to the north and strongly to the east/west.
  • Option 4: Nearest Ga'al.
    • The orb is freezing. You are too far from any Ga'al for it to respond.
  • Option 5: No.


Activating the communication orb inside the cityEdit

  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Excellent. You can hear me. I enchanted the orb with divination magic. We can use it to keep in contact.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: The spell's range is limited. You will not be able to contact me beyond the city's bounds.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Within the orb is a small fragment of each of the missing champions. It is all we have been able to find.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: The orb will seek out the rest of the TokKul, reacting as you draw closer.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Which champions' TokKul do you wish to seek first?

Select target:

  • TokKul of TzHaar-Mej-Gek.
    • See below
  • TokKul of TzHaar-Ket-Teg.
    • See below
  • TokKul of TzHaar-Xil-Kal.
    • See below
  • Nearest Ga'al.
    • See below

Messages based on where you are:

Temperature Comparison Direction Direction 2
The orb feels very cold ; it's colder than last time. It pulls to the north and to the east.
The orb feels cold ; it's the same temperature as than last time It pulls slightly/strongly to the north and slightly/strongly to the east.
The orb feels warm ; it's hotter than last time. It pulls to the south and to the west.
The orb feels hot ; you must be right next to the target. It pulls slightly/strongly to the south and slightly/strongly to the west.
The orb feels very hot It pulls to the east.
The orb is burning hot It pulls slightly/strongly to the east.
The orb is scalding hot It pulls to the west.
The orb is steaming It pulls slightly/strongly to the west.

Finding Mej-Gek part of the quest beginsEdit

Cutscene at the Birthing Pools
  • TzHaar-Mej-Het: The egg hatches. I hope this one will...

The egg rolls to the ground and hatches, revealing Ga'al-Jeh.

  • TzHaar-Mej-Het: Another Ga'al!
  • TzHaar-Mej-Het: Throw it in the Fight Pit with the others.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Het: I bombarded TzHaar-Xil-Ryl's egg with fire spells to battle the chill wind... I stood vigil. I nurtured his egg.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Het: Now all the memories that he carried through the centuries will die with him.
Cutscene ends.
Talking to TzHaar-Mej-Het after the cutscene
  • TzHaar-Mej-Het: TzHaar-Mej-Het's joints are freezing. TzHaar City not usually so cold.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Het: A JalYt. Your kind do not often stray near our birthing pools. Most fight in pit, cave, or kiln.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Het: If you are here to steal our eggs, turn back or perish.
  • Option 1: Cold? You're standing next to a pool of lava!
    • TzHaar-Mej-Het: TzHaar City grows colder every day. Lava cools. More dead eggs in every batch. I heat the lava with magic. Does not help, but must try.
    • TzHaar-Mej-Het: JalYt distracts TzHaar-Mej-Het. Must tend to eggs... Must do my duty.
    • Option 1: Wait. I seek the TokKul of TzHaar-Mej-Gek.
      • TzHaar-Mej-Het: TzHaar-Mej-Het helped a JalYt mage - charged his staff. JalYt gave TokKul. TzHaar-Mej-Het does not know why.
      • As TzHaar-Mej-Het holds out the TokKul, your orb hums and throbs.
        • Option 1: That's the TokKul I'm looking for!
          • Same as option 3
        • Option 2: TzHaar-Mej-Jeh's orb seems to recognise the TokKul.
          • Same as option 3
        • Option 3: That's the TokKul of TzHaar-Mej-Gek. Give it to me.
          • TzHaar-Mej-Het: Why do you want TokKul? TokKul is body of TzHaar ancestor.
          • TzHaar-Mej-Het: Never mind. Take TokKul. TzHaar-Mej-Het must tend to eggs. Must fight cold. More dead eggs in every batch.
          • TzHaar-Mej-Het gives you the TokKul of TzHaar-Mej-Gek.
          • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Well done. You found the TokKul of TzHaar-Mej-Gek. Bring it to us in the plaza when you are ready.
          • Dialogue ends
    • Option 2: Wait. I require TokKul.
      • TzHaar-Mej-Het: Bank is west of plaza...
      • Player: No, no. I don't want just any TokKul. I seek the TokKul of TzHaar-Mej-Gek.
    • Same as option 3 from above (Why do you want TokKul?)
  • Option 2: I'm not here to steal anything.
    • Player: I'm not here to steal anything. I seek the TokKul of TzHaar-Mej-Gek.
    • Same as option 3 from above (Why do you want TokKul?)
  • Option 3: Your eggs are of no value to me.
    • Player: Your eggs are of no value to me. I seek the TokKul of TzHaar-Mej-Gek.
    • Same as option 3 from above (Why do you want TokKul?)
  • Option 4: I require TokKul.
    • TzHaar-Mej-Het: Bank is west of plaza...
    • Player: No, no. I don't want just any TokKul. I seek the TokKul of TzHaar-Mej-Gek.
    • Same as option 3 from above (Why do you want TokKul?)
After you have already claimed the TokKul of TzHaar-Mej-Gek
  • TzHaar-Mej-Het: Why do you bother TzHaar-Mej-Het? Must tend to eggs. Must fight the cold.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Het: TzHaar City grows colder every day. I heat the eggs with magic, but lava pool too cold.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Het: TzHaar-Mej-Het does duty, but it is not enough. Eggs born dead, or hatch Ga'al.

If the player destroyed the TokKul and have no space

  • TzHaar-Mej-Het: TzHaar-Mej-Het found TokKul. Did you drop it, JalYt?
  • TzHaar-Mej-Het: You have no room for TokKul of TozHaar-Mej-Gek, JalYt. You need to make room.

If the player destroyed the TokKul

  • TzHaar-Mej-Het: TzHaar-Mej-Het found TokKul. Did you drop it, JalYt?
  • TzHaar-Mej-Het gives you the TokKul of TzHaar-Mej-Gek.
Talking to TzHaar-Ket
  • Player: What are you doing here?
  • TzHaar-Ket: Guarding eggs, Yt'Haar-Mej-<player>.
  • Player: Are these all TzHaar eggs?
  • TzHaar-Ket: Yes, TzHaar born from eggs work in this part of the city.
  • Option 1: What do you know about the Ga'al?
    • TzHaar-Ket: Ga'al born from weak eggs and no memory. Ga'al not to be trusted.
    • Back to previous selection
  • Option 2: Who are you guarding them from?
    • TzHaar-Ket: Lava creatures eat our eggs, TokTz-Ket-Dill crush them and JaylYt like you steal them for JalYt magic.
    • Player: I wouldn't steal your eggs!
    • TzHaar-Ket: JalYt have before. TzHaar-Ket must watch you carefully.
    • Option 1: You can trust me. I saved your city.
      • TzHaar-Ket: Yes but[sic] you still JalYt.
      • Player: Fine.
      • Back to previous selection
    • Option 2: Fair enough.
      • Dialogue ends
  • Option 3: I'll be off then.
    • Dialogue ends


Activating the Communication orb after finding the TokKul of TzHaar-Mej-Gek
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: You have found the TokKul of TzHaar-Mej-Gek. Do you wish to search for a different target?
  • TokKul of TzHaar-Ket-Teg.
  • TokKul of TzHaar-Xil-Kal.
  • Nearest Ga'al.
After finding the TokKul of TzHaar-Mej-Gek
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Is it cold in here, or is it just me, TzHaar-Mej-Ak?
  • You give the TzHaar-Mej the TokKul of TzHaar-Mej-Gek.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Thank you, Yt'Haar.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: We still require the TokKul of two TzHaar champions.
  • Same options as first time talking
Activating the Communication orb after giving the TokKul of TzHaar-Mej-Gek to the Mej
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Thank you, but we already have the TokKul of TzHaar-Mej-Gek. Jeh: Do you wish to search for a different target?
  • TokKul of TzHaar-Ket-Teg.
  • TokKul of TzHaar-Xil-Kal.
  • Nearest Ga'al.

Finding Ket-Teg part of the quest begins.Edit

Mining the statue
  • You start chipping away the statue with your pickaxe.
  • You chip 5 fragments of TokKul from the statue. (+250 Mining experience.)
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Well done, but TokKul must be whole. Melt fragments and reforge champion's TokKul in the lava furnace in south-east plaza.
Mining the statue, with 5 fragments
  • You have mined enough TokKul from this statue.
After mining the fragments, activating the Orb results in
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: You have already found enough fragments of the TokKul of TzHaar-Ket-Teg to reforge him. Do you wish to search for a different target?
  • TokKul of TzHaar-Xil-Kal.
  • Nearest Ga'al.
  • No.
Attempting to hand in the fragments

You show fragments of the TokKul of TzHaar-Ket-Teg to the TzHaar-Mej.

  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: TokKul must be whole. Yt'Haar must melt fragments and reforge champion's TokKul. Lava furnace is to south-east.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: We still require the TokKul of two TzHaar champions.
  • Same options as the first time
Using the fragments on the furnace, without all 5 fragments
  • You do not have enough fragments to reforge the TokKul of TzHaar-Ket-Teg.
Using the fragments on the furnace
  • You melt the fragments and reforge the TokKul of TzHaar-Ket-Teg. (+50 Smithing experience.)
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Excellent. The TokKul is made whole. Bring it to us in the plaza when you are ready.
After reforging the fragments, and activating the orb
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: You have found the TokKul of TzHaar-Ket-Teg. Do you wish to search for a different target?
  • TokKul of TzHaar-Xil-Kal.
  • Nearest Ga'al.
  • No.
Attempting to hand in the TokKol

You give the TzHaar-Mej the TokKul of TzHaar-Ket-Teg.

  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Thank you, Yt'Haar.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: We still require the TokKul of TzHaar-Xil-Kal.
  • Same options as the first time
Activating the Communication orb after giving the TokKul of TzHaar-Ket-Teg to the Mej
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Thank you, but we already have the TokKul of TzHaar-Ket-Teg. Do you wish to search for a different target?
  • TokKul of TzHaar-Xil-Kal.
  • Nearest Ga'al.
  • No.

Finding Xil-Kal part of the quest beginsEdit

Mining the statue

You chip 5 fragments of TokKul from the statue. (+250 Mining experience.)

  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: You must reforge the fragments in a lava furnace. There is one in the south-east plaza.
Mining the statue, with 5 fragments
  • You have mined enough TokKul from this statue.
Attempting to hand in the fragments
  • You show fragments of the TokKul of TzHaar-Xil-Kal to the TzHaar-Mej.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: TokKul must be whole. Yt'Haar must melt fragments and reforge champion's TokKul. Lava furnace is to south-east.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: We still require the TokKul of TzHaar-Xil-Kal.
  • Same options as the first time
Using the fragments on the furnace, without all 5 fragments
  • You do not have enough fragments to reforge the TokKul of TzHaar-Ket-Teg.
Using the fragments on the furnace
  • You melt the fragments and reforge the TokKul of TzHaar-Xil-Kal. (+50 Smithing experience.)
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Excellent. The TokKul is made whole. Bring it to us in the plaza when you are ready.
Attempting to hand in the TokKol
  • You give the TzHaar-Mej the TokKul of TzHaar-Xil-Kal.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Thank you, Yt'Haar.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: We still require three Ga'al to bear the memories of our great champions.
  • Same options as the first time
Activating the Communication orb any time after obtaining the fragments
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: You have found all of the TokKul. Well done! Do you wish to search for a different target?
  • Nearest Ga'al.
  • No.

Finding Ga'al part of the quest begins.Edit

After finding the Ga'al
  • Player: I need you to go to the plaza, Ga'al.
  • Ga'al: Huh-guh?/Nguh?/Yuh?/Yuh? Nguh.
  • Option 1: Yes, the plaza. Quickly, please.
  • Option 2: Go to the plaza. You'll be safe there.
  • Option 3:You. Plaza. Now.

(Regardless of choice) The Ga'al enthusiastically hurries to the TzHaar City plaza. (#/3).

Talking to the Ga'al in the plaza
  • Ga'al: Guh!/Huh-guh?/Yuh-guh?

Talking to the Mej:

  • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: We still require <#> more Ga'al to bear the memories of our great champions.
  • Same options as the first time
After finding all of the TokKul and the Ga'al and activating the orb, but one of the TokKul remains as fragments
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: You have found all of the TokKul. Well done! Do you wish to search for a different target?
  • Dialogue ends
After finding all of the TokKul and the Ga'al and activating the orb
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: You have found all of the TokKul and enough Ga'al. Well done! Return to us in the plaza.
Talking to the Mej
  • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: You have done well, Yt'Haar. We are ready to enter the Elder Kiln. We shall meet you at the entrance.
The Mej and the Ga'al leave the plaza.

The chaseEdit

Cutscene begins at the Kiln.
  • TokHaar-Hok: So, our wayward breathren have finally returned.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: You are... TokHaar-Hok? Ga'al-Xox spoke of you. You speak for the TokHaar?
  • TokHaar-Hok: Yes. We have adopted a form convenient for communicating with non-TokHaar.
  • TokHaar-Hok: Are you ready to join us in the sacred lava, as our masters intended?
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Join you? No. We wish you to fuse the TokKul of our greatest champions with these Ga'al, as you did to Ga'al-Xox.
  • TokHaar-Hok: Ah, yes. How is my little Ga'al?
Cutscene shows Ga'al-Xox wandering into the entrance of the Kiln.
  • TokHaar-Hok: He lingers sometimes on the periphery between our Kiln and your wretched city. He seems to...regret his transformation.
Return to the Kiln.
  • TokHaar-Hok: It will not work, TzHaar. These Ga'al... are too weak. Your greatest champions shall return to the sacred lava and become TokHaar. But you may proceed, if you wish.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: I fear losing the TokKul of our fallen champions. What do you think we should do, Yt'Haar?
  • Option 1: We have to take the risk. Reforge the Ga'al in the Kiln.
    • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: Agreed. Should these Ga'al perish, there are many more available. Ga'al will liely consider it a merciful alternative to death in the Fight Pit.
  • Option 2: Ga'al-Xox survived. Hopefully these Ga'al will too. Proceed.
    • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: Yes, transformation of Ga'al-Xox was successful. These creatures shall folow his wake.
  • Option 3: This is wrong. The TzHaar would sacrifice the Ga'al for your own needs.
    • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: Ga'al are aberrations – no place in TzHaar City. The Elder Kiln shall bestow value upon Ga'al by bearing the memories of their ancestors.
  • Option 4: I don't trust TokHaar-Hok. We should return to the city.
    • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: And what then, JalYt? Shall TzHaar wait until last of us has perished - until none remain but the Ga'al? An alliance with the TokHaar is crucial to bestowing worth upon these weak, low creatures.
Regardless of choice, cutscene shows Ga'al-Xox sneaking up behind and killing Mej-Ak.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Ga'al-Xox! What have you done? You have slain TzHaar-Mej-Ak on sacred ground!
  • Ga'al: -Xox: 'Sacred'? How dare you hide behind sanctimony... you who torture the innocent for your own selfish aims.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: We do this to save the TzHaar from extinction, Ga'al-Xox. The TokKul of our ancestors shall-
  • Ga'al-Xox: No. No Ga'al shall endure the suffering you forced upon me, as long as I am alive to protect them.
Ga'al-Xox runs.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Pursue him, Yt'Haar. Use the communication orb to track down Ga'al-Xox. You must recover our champions' TokKul.
Finding Ga'al-Xox part of the quest begins.
Speaking to TzHaar-Mej-Jeh at the plaza
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Hurry, Yt'Haar. Pursue Ga'al-Xox, before he escapes with precious TokKul!
  • Option 1: About this ring...
    • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: You want to know more about TokKul-Zo? At a time like this?
      • Same options as asking last time about ring
  • Option 2: I'd like to talk about titles.
  • Option 3: Goodbye.

Room 1Edit

After arriving at the Cave entrance
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: I sense the TokKul is directly ahead of you. Proceed north.
Using the orb again
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Hurry. The trail is fading. Ga'al-Xox is fleeing at speed.
Cutscene begins, showing a pair of doors closing.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: The defensive wards have activated! Defeat these monsters. The gate mechanism will not function until the summoning sigils have deactivated.
Using the orb again
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: The gate appears to be sealed by a scale lock, similar to the one you encountered during your journey to the Elder Kiln.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: That gate required a tithe of TokJul. Perhaps this gate will yield to a different object...
Inspecting things
  • The weight mechanism requries a particular object to activate the scale.
  • You place the knife/mace/sword on the scale. The scale does not respond.
  • Nothing interesting happens.
  • The scale falls into place and you hear a clicking noise.
  • With a loud groan, the ancient doors swing open.
Using the orb again
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: The architecture of this tunnel strongly resembles that of the caves leading to the Elder Kiln.


Room 2Edit

Next area: Cutscene shows Xox heading through another gate.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Ga'al-Xox no doubt sealed the gate to slow your progress. Do not let him get away!
Using the orb again
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Do you see that shelf of reading orbs near the gate? They may yield valuable information.
Leaving, then using the orb again
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Hurry, Yt'Haar. Pursue Ga'al-Xox, before he escapes with precious TokKul!
Inspecting the shelves near the gate
  • Smooth obsidian spheres are arranged on the shelf. Symbols of the TzHaar language are carved into their surfaces.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: The script on these reading orbs is ancient. The elements have worn away much of the original text.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: You have an account of one of the first TzHaar to depart the Elder Kiln!
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: According to the text, this tunnel is part of the original network they carved while seeking out a new home.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: The tunnel connects TzHaar City to something called the TzKot-Zo... a ring of living fire.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Odd. I have no memory of this tunnel, or the TzKot-Zo.
Using the orb again
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: The gate mechanism requires that the statues are aligned in a particular orientation. Which caste is most effective against another?
Gate opened
  • With a loud groad, the ancient doors swing open.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Well done. The gate is open. Pursue Ga'al-Xox before he escapes with the TokKul!
Attempting to push the statues after opening
  • You have already triggered the gate's opening mechanism.
Using the orb again
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Well done. The gate is open. Do not tarry. Pursue Ga'al-Xox before he escapes with the TokKul!

Room 3Edit

Ga'al-Xox again passes through and shuts a gate.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Blast! Ga'al-Xox eluded us. Search the chamber for a way to open that gate.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: One of these reading orbs contains the record of a TzHaar-Hur architect.There is more information about the TzKot-Zo.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: He describes the TzKot-Zo as a circular conduit of lava. Both ends connect to the Elder Kiln, and sacred lava flows through the conduit in a clockwise direction.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: The TzHaar did not create this lava conduit – nor did the TokHaar. It is part of the ancient Kiln.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: The function of the lava conduit is to cycle the flow of sacred lava through the Elder Kiln, maintaining its temperature, purity, and fluidity.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: The crucible of lava in this room is a node of the conduit.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: These crucibles collect boiling lava until it overflows into a drainage canal.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: The conduit then carries the sacred lava into the next node in the circulatory system, until the treated lava is returned to the Elder Kiln.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: According to the schematics, sacred lava should be pouring from the statue head into the crucible.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Perhaps we will find the cause of the blockage at the mouth of the conduit.
Using the orb again
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: The architecture of this chamber is unlike any I have seen outside the ancient Kiln!
Upon passing through the Hot vent door
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: This is... sacred lava, from the Kiln! The TokHaar awaken. Defend yourself!
  • The barrier is tightly sealed. You are trapped in the arena.
Using the orb again
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: The TokHaar arose from the residual sacred lava. They require the lava to construct a material form. Defeat them, and you will deplete the supply in the crucible.
After defeating the TokHaar
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: You fought well, Yt'Haar. Recover the champion's maul. It may be useful in your journey.
Using the orb again
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: The scale near the gate no doubt requires an object, like the other mechanisms.
Inspecting things
  • The weight mechanism requries a particular object to activate the scale.
  • Nothing interesting happens.
  • The scale falls into place and you hear a clicking noise.
  • With a loud groan, the ancient doors swing open.
Using the orb again
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Do not tarry here. Pursue Ga'al-Xox!

Room 4Edit

Using the orb again
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: More blasted tunnels. They must go on for miles.
Using the orb again after clearing the room
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: The statues are a new addition. They must yield a valuable clue...
Inspecting things
  • The weight mechanism requries a particular object to activate the scale.
  • Nothing interesting happens.
  • The scale falls into place and you hear a clicking noise.
  • With a loud groan, the ancient doors swing open.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Hurry. Venture deeper into the tunnel, and apprehend Ga'al-Xox.
Using the orb again after clearing the room
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Hurry. Venture deeper into the tunnel, and apprehend Ga'al-Xox.

Room 5Edit

Using the orb again
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Do you see that shelf of reading orbs near the gate? They may yield valuable information.
When checking the bookcases
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Strange! These orbs are a collection of funeral rites.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: They are comforting words to be spoken over TokKul cast into the sacred lava, to ease the passing of TzHaar who have returned to stone.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: This makes no sense. If our ancestors melted down their dead in this way, how is it that we have inherited no memories of this ritual?
Using the orb again
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Proceed with haste. Ga'al-Xox is getting away!
Inspecting things
  • Touch the pedestals in the order they light up.
  • Correct! (#/8)
  • Incorrect! Start again.
  • With a loud groan, the ancient doors swing open.

Room 6Edit

Upon entering the room
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: This must be another node in the lava conduit. At this rate, we will soon reach the source...
Using the orb again
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Do you see that shelf of reading orbs near the gate? They may yield valuable information.
When checking the bookcases
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: This document explains why we have encountered such strong defences en route to the mouth of the lava conduit.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: The ancient TzHaar vigilantly protected the conduit from outsiders, employing magical traps and wards.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: They were greatly concerned that the TokHaar might sabotage the source of the city's heat.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: They established my city in the cradle of the lava conduit, where they could remain outside of the ancient Elder Kiln, but still depend upon its heat to incubate TzHaar eggs.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: In the first centuries of establishing the city, there are frequent accounts of security patrols, and the tunnels were well maintained.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: The logs decrease in frequency over the passing years, until they cease altogether.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: How have the TzHaar forgotten such an important part of our history?
Using the orb again
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: This must be another node in the lava conduit. At this rate, we will soon reach the source...
When passing through the hot vent door & when using the orb again
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: This crucible contains more sacred lava than the last chamber. Prepare to endure a longer battle!
After defeating the last champion & when using the orb again
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Well done. You vanquish the TokHaar that lingered here. Continune on your journey!
Opening the door, then using the orb
  • The weight mechanism requries a particular object to activate the scale.
  • Nothing interesting happens.
  • The scale falls into place and you hear a clicking noise.
  • With a loud groan, the ancient doors swing open.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: My divination spell fades as you proceed deeper into the tunnel. I fear we shall maintain contact for much longer.

Room 7Edit

Before entering the room
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: My divination spell fades as you proceed deeper into the tunnel. I fear we shall maintain contact for much longer. I sense that Ga'al-Xox is close. Apprehend him, ad recover the precious TokKul. He must be made to answer for his crimes...
Using the orb again
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: I cannot...divine your...location...too far...magic...weakening...
Inspecting things
  • The word 'Ket' is incribed around the outer rim of the scale.
  • The word 'Mej' is incribed around the outer rim of the scale.
  • The word 'Xil' and 'Hur' is incribed around the outer rim of the scale.
  • The word 'Ket' and 'Hur' is incribed around the outer rim of the scale.
  • You place the <item> on the scale. The scale does not respond.
  • Nothing interesting happens.
  • The scale falls into place and you hear a clicking noise.
  • With a loud groan, the ancient doors swing open.

Room 8Edit

Using the orb again
  • The communication orb does not respond. You are too far from the center of the TzHaar City to contact TzHaar-Mej-Jeh.
  • With a loud groan, the ancient doors swing open.

Room 9Edit

Searching the bookcases
  • The communication orb's magical energy has dimmed. You are too far from the center of the TzHaar City to contact TzHaar-Mej-Jeh for a translation.
You find Ga'al-Xox trying to rotate a valve past yet another hot vent door.
Clicking the valve Ga'al-Xox is using
  • The valve wheel does not budge.
Talk
  • Option 1: Hand over the TokKul, Ga'al-Xox.
    • Ga'al-Xox: Wait! Let me explain...
    • Same as option 2
  • Option 2: Ga'al-Xox! What are you doing?
    • Ga'al-Xox: This outlet is the mouth of a circulation conduit intended to channel the sacred lava from the Kiln around the TzHaar City.
    • Ga'al-Xox: The TokHaar shut off the conduit, and are responsible for the cooling of the volcano.
    • Ga'al-Xox: Without the heat from the Kiln, TzHaar eggs cannot be incubated, and are born as Ga'al.
    • Ga'al-Xox: If we can get the lava flowing again, the city will be hot enough for TzHaar eggs to be born healthy.
    • Ga'al-Xox: Please, help me activate the mechanism.
  • Option 3: You would not believe what I had to go through to find you...
    • Ga'al-Xox: Wait! Let me explain...
    • Same as option 2
Afterwards
  • Ga'al-Xox: Please, help me activate the mechanism. I can't turn both of these valves without your help.
  • Option 1: Why did you run from me?
    • Ga'al-Xox: I was... afraid. TzHaar do not attack TzHaar. I knew I would be destroyed for my crimes, and then none would remain to protect the Ga'al.
    • Ga'al-Xox: So, I fled to the one place, other than the Kiln, where I might be able to access the sacred lava.
    • Ga'al-Xox: Here, I can melt down this TokKul, and release the trapped TzHaar from their torment.
    • Back to selection
  • Option 2: How did you know of this place?
    • Ga'al-Xox: TokHaar-Hok confided in me... he told me of the lava conduit, and how the TokHaar installed these valves to prevent the lava from flowing. He hoped to secure my aid.
    • Player: What did TokHaar-Hok want you to do?
    • Ga'al-Xox: Nothing. He simply wanted to ensure I did not prevent the TzHaar from entering the Kiln.
    • Ga'al-Xox:He told me to be patient, and await the end of the TzHaar. Then the Ga'al would be free to live their own lives.
    • Ga'al-Xox:Ga'al are not TokHaar. We cannot afford the patience of immortality. Our immediate lives are threatened by the TzHaar. I had to defend my people.
    • Back to selection
  • Option 3: How do you feel about having killed TzHaar-Mej-Ak?
    • Ga'al-Xox: I regret my actions. Passion took hold of me, and I could not control my rage.
    • Ga'al-Xox: TzHaar-Mej-Ak spoke of the Ga'al with such disregard... he was determined to force the suffering of TokKul upon them.
    • Ga'al-Xox: I cannot bear the memory of the agony... to inflict such torture upon a voiceless innocent is abhorrent.
    • Ga'al-Xox: So, I stopped him... the only way I could.
    • Ga'al-Xox mournfully gazes at the TokKul of TzHaar-Mej-Ak.
    • Ga'al-Xox: Now, he knows the crushing agony of being trapped in TokKul...
    • Ga'al-Xox: Please, help me release him from his suffering.
    • Back to selection
  • 'Option 4: Why are you so opposed to the TzHaar?
    • Ga'al-Xox: I am not entirely opposed to the TzHaar... I only wish that they could see the Ga'al as more than aberrations, or disposable tools.
    • Ga'al-Xox: I have to protect the Ga'al, until they are capable of protecting themselves.
    • Back to selection
  • Option 5: Farewell.
Trying to turn the valve Ga'al-Xox is trying to turn
  • The valve wheel does not budge.
  • Ga'al-Xox: Perhaps if we turned both valves at the same time?
Trying to turn the other valve
  • Player: On the count of three...
  • Player: One...
  • Player: Two...
The valves turn and lava pours from above. TokHaar-Hok arrives
  • TokHaar-Hok: My little Ga'al. You disappoint us.
  • TokHaar-Hok: You should not have drawn attention to the lava conduit. We sealed this chamber for good reason.
  • TokHaar-Hok: If it is a fight you want, then a fight you shall have. We have longed for an opportunity to test this great human's mettle.
  • TokHaar-Hok: Let battle commence.
Reentering the battle, with the orb and no food.
  • You will not need the communication orb in this encounter. We recommend you bank or destroy it to be better prepare for battle.
Talking to Ga'al-Xox
  • Ga'al-Xox: What have I done? When we re-activated the lava flow, we released TokHaar-Hok from the Elder Kiln!
  • Same options as before
After defeating TokHaar-Hok, talking to Ga'al-Xox
  • Ga'al-Xox: You did it! You defeated TokHaar-Hok.
  • Same options as before
After defeating TokHaar-Hok, talking to him
  • TokHaar-Hok: You have... bested us, human. You are truly a worthy adversary.
  • TokHaar-Hok: We shall withdraw to the Elder Kiln...
Hok leaves. The lava flows once more.
  • Ga'al-Xox: You did it! You defeated TokHaar-Hok. The sacred lava is once again flowing from the Kiln. Soon, the city will be bathed in scorching heat.
  • Ga'al-Xox: The TokKul... we must dissolve the TokKul in the sacred lava. It's the only way to release the suffering dead from their torment.
  • Option 1: The TzHaar will never allow it.
    • Same as option 3
  • Option 2: It will take more than words to convince the TzHaar-Mej.
    • Same as option 3
  • Option 3: Melt down the TokKul? Are you insane?
    • Ga'al-Xox: The only way the TzHaar can understanding the suffering of the TokKul is to experience it for themselves.
    • Ga'al-Xox: I know what must be done. Contact TzHaar-Mej-Jeh, and convince him to meet us in the Elder Kiln.
  • Ga'al-Xox: Hurry, convince TzHaar-Mej-Jeh to meet us in the Elder Kiln.
  • Same options as the first time
Activating the orb
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Yt'Haar! Nurturing heat is pouring into the TzHaar City. TzHaar-Mej at birthing pool report that eggs are growing into healthy TzHaar. Is this your doing?
  • You inform TzHaar-Mej-Jeh about your glorious triumph over the TokHaar, and how they are responsible for cooling the city and bringing about the creation of Ga'al.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: TzHaar owe you great debt. What of Ga'al-Xox? Is he ready to answer for his crimes?
  • Player: Ga'al Xox asked me to bring you to the Elder Kiln. He wishes to make amends.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Very well. I shall meet you in the Elder Kiln. I have many questions for TokHaar-Hok.
Activating the orb again
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: I shall meet you in the Elder Kiln, Yt'Haar.

In the Elder KilnEdit

  • TokHaar-Hok: Welcome, human. You fought with great vigour and skill. It was an honour to spar with you.
  • TokHaar-Hok: We learned much of your technique. We are eager to learn more.
  • Ga'al-Xox: Can you believe this? After all that we have endured, TzHaar-Mej-Jeh still wishes to reforge the Ga'al as hosts for their dead TzHaar.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Of course. The Ga'al are now a precious, finite resource. We promise to no longer sentence the Ga'al to death in the Fight Pit. They are too valuable as living vessels for our lost ancestors.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: When the last Ga'al has been put to profitable use, the TzHaar can put this worrisome time of change behind us.
  • Ga'al-Xox: Why must the TzHaar be so stubborn? You will not listen to me. You will not listen to TzHaar-Ket-Yit'tal, whose memories of the crushing torment of TokKul live inside me.
  • Ga'al-Xox: Will you listen to TzHaar-Mej-Ak? Will you listen to one of your own caste, the TzHaar that died by my hand?
  • TokHaar-Hok: I shall forge this Ga'al a second time, on one condition...
  • TokHaar-Hok: My minions shall evermore engage in glorious battle with this human, this surface dweller who vanquished us in combat.
  • TokHaar-Hok: We shall learn this technique, hone our skills, and probe his defences for weakness.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: JalYt, do you agree to these terms?
  • Option 1: I can't wait to battle the TokHaar.
    • Same as option 3
  • Option 2: As long as it's not a waste of my time.
    • Same as option 3
  • Option 3:I will consider it.
    • TokHaar-Hok: Execellent. There is much tthe TokHaar can learn from you, human.
    • TokHaar-Hok: Now, TzHaar, witness the fate that awaits those that live outside the Elder Kiln.
Interrupting the cutscene
  • TokHaar-Hok: Are you ready to proceed, human? Do you agree to return to the arena where we fought, and do battle among our kind, from time to time?
  • Option 1: I can't wait to battle the TokHaar.
    • Same as above
  • Option 2: As long as it's not a waste of my time.
    • Same as above
  • Option 3:I will consider it.
    • Ga'al-Xox: I share your reluctance. The memory of TzHaar-Ket-Yit'tal's ordeal in TokKul is already more than I can bear. To experience TzHaar-Mej-Ak's suffering may utterly destroy me.
    • Dialogue ends
Cutscene shows Ga'al-Xox being reforged once again.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: Release! I am... free...
  • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: No... how can this be? I am in the body of a... Ga'al!
Interrupting the cutscene
  • TokHaar-Hok: This Ga'al is far stronger than we had anticipated. To endure the forging not once, but twice...if only the aberrant TzHaar shared such strength of will.
Ga'al-Xox stumbles forward.
  • Player: Ga'al-Xox? Are you still... What happened?
  • Ga'al-Xox: I'm here. Barely. The pain... TzHaar-Mej-Ak has... suffered so...
  • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: Please... Release me from this torment. Let me die. I beg you.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: TzHaar-Mej-Ak... Does the Ga'al speak the truth? Are you back from the dead? Or are you only a memory?
  • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: I never died! All of us... every TzHaar who has ever lived... we suffer in agony. The pressure... the pain...
  • TzHaar-Mej-Ak:Release us... dissolve our remains in the sacred lava. We call out to you from our obsidian prisons, but you cannot hear our silent screams.
  • Ga'al-Xox: Are you... ... finally... ... convinced?
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Yes! I shall do as you ask. We cannot use the trapped souls of our dead as currency.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Though change does not come easily to the TzHaar, for the sake of our ancestors we must forge a different path.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: Thank... You...
  • TokHaar-Hok: You have proven your point, my little Ga'al. You have suffered a long time for your ideals.
  • TokHaar-Hok: Do you wish to return to the sacred lava? We can finally... end your suffering.
  • Ga'al-Xox: But what of the...
  • TzHaar-Mej-Ak: Let me die... please...
  • Ga'al-Xox: Hush.
  • Ga'al-Xox: But what will become of the Ga'al? I long for relief, but... My work is... not yet finished.
  • TokHaar-Hok: Bah! Give me one reason that the Ga'al are worth saving.
  • Option 1: They can learn.
    • Player: The Ga'al are capable of learning new skills. Ga'al-Xox taught himself to speak by watching and learning.
    • Player: Think what more the Ga'al could learn in a nurturing environment.
  • Option 2: They can invent.
    • Player: The Ga'al are capable of invention and ingenuity, given sufficient education.
    • Player: The TzHaar know only what is passed down from their ancestors. They have forgotten how to discover new ideas for themselves.
  • Option 3: They can fight.
    • Player: Ga'al-Xox has fought by my side. He has battled you, and your kind.
    • Player: He has TzHaar-Ket-Yit'tal's memories, yes, but he has also learned from me, and from watching other TzHaar and surfacers fight. He has developed his own fighting style, and any Ga'al has the same potential.
  • Option 4: They can travel.
    • Player: The Ga'al can flourish in cold environments, such as the surface world. They have the potential to leave TzHaar City, and open up diplomatic relations and trade routes. They could be your ambassadors.
    • Regardless of choice
    • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: I solemnly vow to you - to both of you - that the TzHaar shall take responsibility for nurturing and training the Ga'al.
    • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: We shall teach them the TzHaar language. We shall teach them our ways; of combat; of honour. The Ga'al will forge their own destinies.
    • Ga'al-Xox: Thank you, TzHaar-Mej-Jeh. I am ready... to die.
    • Ga'al-Xox: Before I... go... I want to thank you, human.
    • Ga'al-Xox: You nurtured me where others thought me worthless. You fought for my kind, and I have learned much from you.
    • Ga'al-Xox: The TzHaar have much to learn from humanity... of compassion, of respect. There are other ways to vanquish an enemy than by blade, mace, or staff.
    • Ga'al-Xox: Whatever awaits us in the next life, beyond the confines of stone or flesh, I hope that we shall meet again. Goodbye, my friend.
Cutscene shows Ga'al-Xox returning to sacred lava. The player character and Xox bid each other goodbye. Afterward, the scene shifts to the TzHaar City, where many TzHaar are gathered before you and TzHaar-Mej-Jeh.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Fellow TzHaar... We have gathered this day to celebrate...
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: ...to honour deeds of this JalYt. This human, this outside has fought back against those that would threaten TzHaar society.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: (S)He has protected TzHaar with unceasing courage and boundless ingenuity.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: For long time, TzHaar have suffered terrible change. Our city has cooled, our previous eggs have died, or born different. TzHaar did not know why. TzHaar did not act until it was too late.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: JalYt took action. JalYt discovered threat at heart of our volcano home. Discovered old TzHaar, the TokHaar, that live in sacred Kiln.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: JalYt discovered plot to destroy TzHaar. JalYt discovered cause of birth of Ga'al.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: JalYt fought the TokHaar back to their Kiln. JalYt restored heat to TzHaar City. JalYt has proven (s)he is far more than mere JalYt.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Jeh: Henceforth, this JalYt is not outside. He shall henceforth be known as TzHaar-<Player>. Treat him/her as you would any TzHaar. Honour this great warrior, defender of TzHaar.
  • Your title has been changed to: TzHaar.
  • Your title has been cleared.

Applause and fireworks.

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