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Note: Throughout the quest, the Player will be referred to as JalYt-[Your Caste]-[Display Name], or Yt'Haar-[Your Caste]-[Display Name] if The Elder Kiln is completed.

Tunnel TroubleEdit

  • TzHaar-Xil-Tog: What you want, JalYt-[Caste]-Player?
    • Player: What has happened here?
      • TzHaar-Xil-Tog: I tell you what happened! Big creature dug tunnels under TzHaar city and TzHaar-Xil-Tog will kill it!
      • TzHaar-Mej-Malk: Yes, TokTz-Ket-Dill dug tunnels under city and now the whole city is in danger.
      • TzHaar-Hur-Frok: Many TzHaar-Hur are trapped behind this collapse thanks to TokTz-Ket-Dill's tunnels!
      • Player: A...TokTz-Ket...Dill, eh? A big lava monster?
        • TzHaar-Mej-Malk: A four-legged creature with big claws, covered in stone plate armour. It walks when the lava sphere in the sky is not visible and digs lots of tunnels.
        • Player: You mean...an armadillo? In the volcano?
      • Player: A...TokTz-Ket...Dill, eh? I met some of those on my journey to the Kiln. Big claws, stone plate armour? Right? (if The Elder Kiln is complete)
        • TzHaar-Mej-Malk: That right.
      • TzHaar-Mej-Malk: There are many creatures in volcano. One is the TokTz-Ket-Dill. TzHaar hunt them for food.
      • Player: Haha. I always thought TzHaar ate rocks.
      • TzHaar-Mej-Malk: Why would we eat rocks? We eat flesh like you JalYt.
      • Player: I see. Well, why don't you just clear the rubble, then? You look strong enough for the job.
      • TzHaar-Xil-Tog: We are strong enough!
      • TzHaar-Hur-Frok: And TzHaar-Hur-Frok is very good miner.
      • TzHaar-Mej-Malk: I am afraid it is not that simple, JalYt-[Caste]-Player. If we mine, we risk another collapse. TokTz-Ket-Dill's tunnels are very unstable and run right under TzHaar city.
      • Player: Can't you just fill the tunnels with rocks or something?
      • TzHaar-Mej-Malk: We need to stabilise tunnels so that they do not cave in and ruin our city. But we need to get into them first. The only entrance we have found is too small for TzHaar to get into. We dare not make it bigger or tunnels might collapse.
        • Player: Hmm. Maybe I'm small enough to fit through? And I'm more than capable when it comes to constructing things, so I should be able to repair the tunnels, as well.
          • TzHaar-Xil-Tog: Leave fate of city in hands of JalYt?
          • TzHaar-Mej-Malk: We do not have much choice, TzHaar-Xil-Tog.
          • TzHaar-Hur-Frok: And we cannot leave TzHaar-Hur trapped.
          • TzHaar-Xil-Tog: Fine, but make sure you kill TokTz-Ket-Dill too, so it does not dig more tunnels.
          • Player: Alright, I can do that.
          • TzHaar-Mej-Malk: Thank you, JalYt-[Caste]-Player. Go speak to TzHaar-Ket-Grol. It guards entrance to tunnel. Come back to us when you have repaired tunnels and killed TokTz-Ket-Dill.
        • Player: That's a shame.
    • Player: What did you call me?
      • TzHaar-Xil-Tog: Are you not Yt'Haar-[Caste]?
        • Player: What's a 'Yt'Haar-Hur'?
          • TzHaar-Xil-Tog: That what you are...you skilled at making things, no?
          • Player: Well, yes, I suppose I am...
          • TzHaar-Xil-Tog: Then you Yt'Haar-Hur!
            • Player: What are you then?
              • TzHaar-Xil-Tog: Poor JalYt. I am TzHarr-Xil, one of the hunters for the city. There are also the wise TzHaar-Mej who guide us, the mighty TzHaar-Ket who guard us, and the skilled TzHaar-Hur who craft our homes and tools.
            • Player: Thanks for explaining it.
        • Player: I guess so...
          • TzHaar-Xil-Tog: Well, then. There is no problem.
        • Player: No, I'm not!
          • TzHaar-Xil-Tog: Whatever you say, JalYt!
    • Player: Nothing.

TzHaar TourismEdit

Strange SymbolsEdit

  • TzHaar-Ket-Grol: What you want, JalYt?
    • Player: I'm here to help stabilise the tunnels under the city and kill the beast that dug them. The TzHaar over there told me to talk to you as you're the guard of the tunnel entrance.
      • TzHaar-Ket-Grol: They asked JalYt to help? We cannot leave safety of TzHaar city in hands of JalYt!
      • Player: But I'm the only one small enough to get through the crack.
      • TzHaar-Ket-Grol: Yes. JalYt is tiny and soft. Can probably squeeze through crack easily. But what do you know about things like these?
      • Player: I'm very good at Construction and could easily repair a few tunnels.
      • TzHaar-Ket-Grol: Bah. Hur is nothing without its tools. TzHaar-Ket-Grol cannot possibly let JalYt enter unless JalYt is prepared.
      • Player: Hmm. Alright, what do I need?
      • TzHaar-Ket-Grol: First of all, you need strong Tok-Xil-Im, Tok-Ket-Hurt, and TokJal-Hurt.
      • Player: What? Could you say that in... you know, non-TzHaar?
      • TzHaar-Ket-Grol: IF JalYt will work with TzHaar, JalYt will use TzHaar tools!
      • Player: I'm sure I could get what I need, but I don't understand what the words mean.
      • TzHaar-Ket-Grol: We already speak JalYt language to keep you tourists happy, we will not change names for you, too!
      • Player: But then how will I be able to help you?
      • TzHaar-Ket-Grol: TzHaar-Ket-Grol knew JalYt would be no help! I will write you list of items and how many you could need. I have not been into tunnels so I, of course, do not know exact numbers. You might need less. Stupid JalYt know nothing.
      • TzHaar-Ket-Grol carves something into a flat rock and hands it to you.
      • TzHaar-Ket-Grol: There you go. Before JalYt works with TzHaar, I suggest you go north-west through city, past Plaza, to TzHaar library and learn how to read TzHaar.
    • Player: Nothing.
Speak to TzHaar-Ket-Grol again
  • TzHaar-Ket-Grol: What you want, JalYt?
    • Player: I don't understand this list. It has some weird symbols on it and words in TzHaar.
      • TzHaar-Ket-Grol: Weird symbols are TzHaar! JalYt should stop insults and go to library to learn how to read.
    • Player: Nothing.

Burning BooksEdit

  • TzHaar-Mej-Lor: Welcome to TzHaar library, JalYt-[Caste]-Player. Can TzHaar-Mej-Lor, Lord of TzHaar Library, help you?
    • Player: I've got this list of various items I need to gather, but there are a bunch of weird characters and words I can't understand. TzHaar-Ket-Grol wasn't very helpful in translating, so he sent me here to study.
      • TzHaar-Mej-Lor: JalYt has come to right place. I am Library Lord, so I am here to help. Is the language TzHaar?
      • Player: Yes, it is. So, would you help me?
      • TzHaar-Mej-Lor: I told you, I am Lord of Library, of course I can help. The book you look for is in JalYt section.
      • Player: Alright, and where is the JalYt section?
      • TzHaar-Mej-Lor: At the far back, of course. You can see shelves right down this corridor.
      • You look down the corridor and spot a bookcase full of ashes.
      • Player: Er... it looks to me like that bookcase is filled with ashes.
      • TzHaar-Mej-Lor: Yes, ashes is what TzHaar call them, but this library is for tourists who visit TzHaar city, so we call them books.
      • Player: But... they are actual ashes, not books.
      • TzHaar-Mej-Lor: JalYt can stop politeness, we can call them books.
      • Player: Okay, let's call them books. So... how do you read them? I mean, they're ash- er, books.
      • TzHaar-Mej-Lor: JalYt is weird. We do not yet know how to read your type of books. TzHaar use hard rock to carve text on, we are not used to your type of text.
      • Player: But that's not what we use. We use books. Paper. And we write on it.
      • TzHaar-Mej-Lor: JalYt must be confused. We asked for books, and this is what we got.
      • Player: Ah, I think I understand now. The books must've been burnt when they were brought into the volcano.
      • TzHaar-Mej-Lor: Ashes do not burn. Crazy JalYt.
      • Player: No, I mean...er...nevermind. Anyway, maybe you know what these words mean?
      • TzHaar-Mej-Lor: TzHaar-Mej-Lor is Lord of Library, not teacher! Read your JalYt book and you will find out!
      • Player: Fine. Well, can you at least tell me where you got the book from? Whoever wrote them must know.
      • TzHaar-Mej-Lor: Yes, we got them from the Lord of the Library in your city to the north-east. Varrock, I think you call it.
      • Player: Alright, thank you.
    • Player: A TzHaar library, eh? I didn't know the TzHaar had libraries. Or knew how to read, for that matter.
      • TzHaar-Mej-Lor: TzHaar have a very good language, JalYt-[Caste]-Player. We always have known how to carve and read but we have not always had library. It was idea we got when JalYt started to visit TzHaar City. You seem very lost and very misplaced in our culture. Yes, you crowd the Fight Pit which is good entertainment to watch, but you know nothing. So to make city easier for JalYt to understand, we set up library and got books for you. But you do not seem to want to learn. Almost only TzHaar visit library now. The few JalYt who do come here always ask about ashes and never about books. You seem to be obsessed with ashes.
    • Player: How come the bookcases in the back are full of ashes?
      • TzHaar-Mej-Lor: Yes, TzHaar call them ashes. We did not bring them here for TzHaar. They are for JalYt who visit the city, so you can read and learn about TzHaar.
      • Player: How are you supposed to read ashes?
      • TzHaar-Mej-Lor: They are JalYt books, you should know. I am TzHaar, we read on stone.
      • Player: Alright...well, I'm off now. Bye.
    • Player: What did you call me?
      • (same as TzHaar-Xil-Tog, up until 'What are you then?')
        • TzHaar-Mej-Lor: Foolish JalYt. I am TzHaar-Mej, one of the mystics of this city. There are also the mighty TzHaar-Ket who guard us, the swift TzHaar-Xil who hunt for our food, and the skilled TzHaar-Hur who craft our homes and tools.
    • Player: No, thanks.

Reldo Saves the DayEdit

Speak to Reldo about the TzHaar language
  • Player: Hello, Reldo. I've just been in the library down in the TzHaar city where I found the ashes of a book-
  • Reldo: They burned the books I sent them?
  • Player: Oh no, not at all. The heat from the volcano caused them to burn and the TzHaar simply think that the ashes are what we humans read.
  • Reldo: Oh. Haha! That's quite comical.
  • Player: Anyway, one of the books apparently contained a dictionary of some sort. I have a couple of words and characters in TzHaar that I need translating. The TzHaar librarian couldn't help me, so I figured I'd go to the person who sent them the books – namely you.
  • Reldo: Ah, that must be the TzHaar Tourist Guide. I didn't write it myself, but I do indeed have a copy of it. It should be in one of the bookcases here in the library. I'm afraid I don't know exactly which one it's in though, but I'm sure it won't be too hard to find.
  • Player: Alright, I'll get looking then. Thank you.

Proving your ProwessEdit

  • TzHaar-Ket-Grol: What you want, JalYt?
    • Player: I read this book that told me a bit about the TzHaar language, so I know what to bring now.
      • TzHaar-Ket-Grol: Good, tell me.
        • Player: A saw.
        • Player: A chisel.
        • Player: A hatchet
        • Player: A hammer.
        • Player: First, I need a pickaxe.
          • TzHaar-Ket-Grol: Yes, go on.
      • (After selecting the correct option)
        • Player: Some maple logs.
        • Player: Teak planks.
        • Player: Some pieces of leather.
        • Player: A few bundles of rope.
        • Player: Some oak planks. I need to have a TzHaar treat them to make them resistant to fire.
          • TzHaar-Ket-Grol: Yes, very good. TzHaar-Hur-Frok can treat planks. And last items JalYt need?
      • (After selecting the correct option)
        • Player: Medium-sized blocks of granite.
        • Player: Mithril bars.
        • Player: Iron nails.
        • Player: Finally, I need some blocks of stone. The kind you use come from your own mines, so that's where I should get them as well.
          • TzHaar-Ket-Grol: Correct. JalYt-[Caste]-Player surprises TzHaar-Ket-Grol. I did not think you would learn TzHaar. And yes, now you need to go to TzHaar mines to east. There you must have a TzHaar teach you how to safely mine magma. Tunnels will be very unstable and we cannot let you in if you have experience. When you know this, you can get the rocks. I will tell TzHaar-Ket-Rok that you are allowed to enter TzHaar mine.
          • Player: Alright, thank you.
        • Player: Steel bars.
    • Player: Nothing at all.

Entering the MineEdit

  • TzHaar-Ket-Rok: What you want, JalYt?
    • Player: Can I go in here?
      • TzHaar-Ket-Rok: Yes, go ahead. TzHaar-Ket-Grol told me you have permission.
    • Player: What are you guarding here?
      • TzHaar-Ket-Rok: None of JalYt's business.
      • Player: How come? Is there some sort of top secret project going on beyond this tunnel?
      • TzHaar-Ket-Rok: No, it is an area to mine.
      • Player: Ah, I see.
    • Player: Nothing at all.

Fire-proof PlanksEdit

  • TzHaar-Hur-Frok: Are tunnels fixed and TzHaar-Hur safe yet?
    • Player: Can you treat these oak planks for me? I need them to be fire-resistant before I can start repairing the tunnels.
      • TzHaar-Hur-Frok: Yes, hand them over and I can take care of it.
        • Player: Here you go.
          • You hand over your planks to TzHaar-Hur-Frok... TzHaar-Hur-Frok treats the planks and hands them back.
        • Player: I've changed my mind.
    • Player: No, not yet.

A TzHaaar PlaywrightEdit

TzHaar-Hur-BrektEdit

  • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: You need help, JalYt-[Caste]-Player?
    • Player: Who are you?
      • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: I am TzHaar-Hur-Brekt, one of finest TzHaar-Hur and also great play writer!
        • Player: Did you say...play writer?
          • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: Yes, JalYt-[Caste]-Player. When I not work I write amazing plays for TzHaar. The best plays ever!
          • Player: I didn't know the TzHaar did theatre...
          • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: We do not. All the other TzHaar think TzHaar-Hur-Brekt is crazy because I write theatre and poetry. Not good entertainment, they say. They want real violence like Fight Pit. But I think theatre can be good for TzHaar. You learn something and it is fun to watch.
          • Player: I see. Well, good luck with that.
          • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: Thank you. Can TzHaar-Hur-Brekt be of further assistance?
        • Player: How come you're just standing around here when everyone else is busy mining?
          • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: I am the miner trainer of the old TzHaar who come here. I just do not have much to do because TzHaar already know how to mine.
            • Player: Then maybe you could teach me magma mining?
            • Player: That sounds rather pointless.
              • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: No! It is a great honour. It gives me time to work on my fantastic plays.
              • Player: You are the only TzHaar I've ever met who has even mentioned TzHaar plays.
              • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: They are still fantastic and some day TzHaar will appreciate TzHaar-Hur-Brekt's work!
                • Player: Can you teach me magma mining?
                • Player: I'm sure they will.
            • Player: You have fun, then.
        • Player: Oh, alright.
    • Player: I've been told I have to learn how to safely mine through magma, and I also need access to your mines here to get some rocks for a repair. Maybe you could teach me?
      • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: TzHaar-Hur-Brekt is not teacher for JalYt. TzHaar-Hur-Brekt is teacher for TzHaar.
      • Player: But you don't look very busy and one of the TzHaar guards told me I should come here to lean.
      • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: TzHaar-Ket are not in charge of who to train to mine. TzHaar-Hur-Brekt is, so TzHaar-Hur-Brekt decides who gets to learn.
        • Player: But it's very important! I need to learn so that I can enter the tunnels below the city and repair the damage caused by some big rodent. If I don't, the tunnels risk collapsing, destroying the TzHaar city!
          • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: That does sound important. Too important for a JalYt to do.
          • Player: The entrance into the tunnels is too narrow for a TzHaar to get through, that's why they asked me to do it.
          • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: JalYt makes a good point. TzHaar-Hur-Brekt may be able to help you.
          • Player: But of course you want something for your trouble...
          • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: Now that you mention it, TzHaar-Hur-Brekt could use JalYt's help.
          • Player: Alright, what do you need? Four buckets and a piece of clay? Five iron ore and a rare feather from a long lost species of birds? Any dangerous beasts in trap-filled dungeons you need slaying?
          • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: JalYt-[Caste]-Player is weird. No, TzHaar-Hur-Brekt needs JalYt to help convince other four TzHaar miners in here that theatre is good, and I need them to star in my play.
          • Player: Hmm. And how do you suggest we go about doing that? Convincing ANYONE that theatre can be good is a challenge. I don't think convincing a TzHaar will be any easier.
          • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: JalYt thinks TzHaar-Hur-Brekt's play is stupid?
          • Player: No! No! Not like that.
          • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: Good. First, JalYt and TzHaar-Hur-Brekt need to come up with good plot that suits other TzHaar miners. When they happy with plot, we give them roles.
          • Player: Okay, so what is the plot of the story?
          • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: It is a dramatic tale of a TzHaar called TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack who has turned against TzHaar society. TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack starts a wave of crime with a murder of a JalYt. Then Tok-Tz-Ket-Ek-Mack starts do more crime. Steals from other TzHaar, kills more JalYt, and attacks TzHaar in its own home. And it is never caught! It tells how life without TzHaar rules becomes chaotic and full of misery.
          • Player: Doesn't sound too bad, I suppose. I'll see what I can do.
        • Player: What if I pay you? I could probably scrape together some TokKul to make it worth your trouble.
          • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: By scrape, JalYt means to kill TzHaar for it?
          • Player: Oh no! Not like that at all. But alright, if you don't want TokKul, maybe I can help you out with something?
          • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: Now that you mention it, TzHaar-Hur-Brekt could use JalYt's help.
          • (continues same as above)
        • Player: Fine, I'll go somewhere else.
    • Player: What did you call me?
      • (same as TzHaar-Xil-Tog until 'What are you then?')
        • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: Not so, JalYt. I am TzHaar-Hur, one of the crafters for this city. There are also the wise TzHaar-Mej who guide us, the mighty TzHaar-Ket who guard us, and the swift TzHaar-Xil who hunt for our food.
    • Player: No, I'm fine thanks.

The First DraftEdit

TzHaar-Hur-BrektEdit

  • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: How is work going, JalYt-[Caste]-Player?
    • Player: What is the plot?
      • Player: What is the current plot of the story?
No one gets killed, he merely robs.
      • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: It is a dramatic tale of a TzHaar called TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack who has turned against TzHaar society. It starts with TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack starts a wave of crime by robbing a JalYt. Then TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack starts to do more crime. It steals from more JalYt and even TzHaar, and then breaks into home of another TzHaar. And it is never caught! No one dies but it shows how chaotic life in TzHaar city can be without rules.
The humans started it.
      • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: It is a dramatic tale of a TzHaar called TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack who has turned against TzHaar society. It starts with TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack attacked by JalYt and kills JalYt in self defence. TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack likes the feeling and starts to do more crime. Steals from other TzHaar, kills another JalYt attacker, and then breaks into home and assaults another TzHaar. And it is never caught! It shows how a TzHaar can spiral downwards if it lacks rules and discipline.
It only steals from and assaults humans.
      • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: It is a dramatic tale of a TzHaar called TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack who has turned against TzHaar society. TikTz-Ket-Ek-Mack starts a wave of crime with a murder of a JalYt. Then TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack starts to do more crime. Steals from and kills more JalYt, and leaves TzHaar city to break into homes of other JalYt. And is never caught! It shows how TzHaar must have rules and live peacefully so that other races don't get harmed.
No humans are involved.
      • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: It is a dramatic tale of a TzHaar called TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack who has turned against TzHaar society. TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack starts a wave of crime with murder of one of its own kind. The TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack starts to do more crime. It steals from and kills more TzHaar, and attacks TzHaar in its own home. And it is never caught! It tells how life without TzHaar rules become chaotic and full of misery.
    • Player: I think the plot could do with some changes.
      • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: Hmm. What do you suggest, JalYt-[Caste]-Player?
        • Player: No one gets killed, he merely robs.
          • Player: I don't think anyone should get killed. All the villain should do is rob or the play might send across the wrong signals.
          • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: Hmm. But that would be very little action. I guess JalYt has a point, though. Fine, TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack only robs. No one gets killed.
        • Player: A strong human defeats him.
          • Player: How about this? The second human this evil TzHaar attacks is a strong warrior. It could be someone who's been training with the Void Knights for months! Anyway, so the TzHaar attacks another human and the human pulls out an abyssal whip and defeats the TzHaar.
          • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: That is a horrible idea! TzHaar are much too powerful for JalYt. Especially for Void Knight products!
          • Player: What? Have you been outside of the mines recently? Humans are very capable fighters.
          • TzHaar-Hut-Brekt: No! Horrible idea!
        • Player: The humans started it.
          • Player: Maybe unprovoked violence from a TzHaar isn't the best way to start the story. What if the humans who get killed were killed in self defence? Then this first kill could spark a hunger in the TzHaar, which drives him to commit more crimes.
          • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: Not bad idea, JalYt-[Caste]-Player. TzHaar always have been peaceful. We only fight on equal terms or self defence. Yes, TzHaar-Hur-Brekt likes idea.
        • Player: It only steals from and assaults humans.
          • Player: It may not be a good idea to pit the TzHaar directly against each other. What if the crimes are only directed at humans? The play could show how the TzHaar act together to stop the criminal in order to keep the peace with the other races.
          • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: Hmm. Not really what TzHaar-Hur-Brekt had in mind, but it could work. Yes, that change okay.
        • Player: No humans are involved.
          • Player: I think the TzHaar would find it more interesting if it was only about them and didn't have any humans involved.
          • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: JalYt makes good point. Only TzHaar are involved.
    • Player: They are all happy with the plot.
    • Player: I've still got some stuff to do.

TzHaar-Hur-KlagEdit

  • TzHaar-Hur-Klag: What you want, JalYt-[Caste]-Player? I heard you agreed to help TzHaar-Hur-Brekt set up a play.
    • Player: Why don't you like theatre?
      • TzHaar-Hur-Klag: It is based on fantasy and applied with fantasy. Not real issues or real challenges. It is pointless to TzHaar.
      • Player: But something good can always come out of it. A play could very well take up real issues and demonstrate them in a safe and educational way.
      • TzHaar-Hur-Klag: TzHaar-Hur-Klag does not see how that could happen. No TzHaar caste was made for theatre. Was there anything else?
    • Player: Let me tell you all about the plot.
      • Player: The story TzHaar-Hur-Brekt has written is about a TzHaar called TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack who has gone against TzHaar society and becomes a criminal. Its crime wave starts when a human visits the TzHaar city and ends up killed, and then the events escalate from there. TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack starts stealing from other TzHaar, kills another human visitor, and even assaults TzHaar in their homes. This smart criminal always manages to evade the arm of the law and never gets caught. The play is meant to show how chaotic life would be if the TzHaar didn't follow their rules. So, what do you think about it?
      • TzHaar-Ket-Jok: Awful! No TzHaar-Ket would ever let any other TzHaar attack other races unprovoked and break our peace.
      • TzHaar-Mej-Kol: Horrible! Such an unbalanced society cannot possibly be the result of a TzHaar-Mej's organisation.
      • TzHaar-Xil-Mor: Pathetic! The TzHaar-Xil would never allow themselves to be pushed around like that!
      • TzHaar-Hur-Klag: It disgusts me! That is in no way an accurate depiction of TzHaar society. A TzHaar-Hur would have no place in it at all.
      • Player: Hmm. I guess I need to talk to TzHaar-Hur-Brekt about some changes, then.
        • Player: How can I make the story better for you?
        • TzHaar-Hur-Klag: There are not even any TzHaar-Hur in play! Make that happen first.
          • Player: Rich TzHaar-Hur uncovers criminal TzHaar.
          • Player: So you want one of the characters to be a TzHaar-Hur? How about the TzHaar who gets assaulted in its home? It could have been because the criminal wanted to get its hands on the TzHaar-Hur's fine creations.
          • TzHaar-Hur-Klag: Not happy about TzHaar-Hur to be portrayed as weak, but it is good that we get recognised for our work. Anything else?
        • Player: I don't know how to.
No one gets killed, he merely robs
  • TzHaar-Hur-Klag: What you want, JalYt-[Caste]-Player?
    • Player: Let me tell you all about the plot:
      • Player: TzHaar-Hur-Brekt and I have made some changes, and the story is now about a TzHaar called TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack who has gone against the TzHaar society and become a criminal. It's crime wave starts when a human visits the TzHaar city and TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack robs him. It continues to rob human but also other TzHaar, and even assualts TzHaar in their homes, but it never get caught. Nobody is killed in the story, but it still shows how bad life would be if there weren't for the rules the TzHaar follow. So what do you think about it?
      • TzHaar-Ket-Jok: That's terrible! No TzHaar-Ket would ever let any other TzHaar do such things and risk our peace. Even if it only steals. TzHaar would not be trusted anymore.
      • TzHaar-Mej-Kol: Such an unbalanced society cannot possibly be the result of a TzHaar-Mej's organisation, regardless of whether JalYt dies or not.
      • TzHaar-Xil-Mor: Pathetic! The TzHaar-Xil would never allow themselves to be pushed around like that. Especially not by a coward who cannot even finish the hunt.
      • TzHaar-Hur-Klag: That is in no way an accurate depiction of TzHaar society. A TzHaar-Hur would have no place in it at all.
      • Player: Hmm. I guess I need to talk to TzHaar-Hur-Brekt about some changes, then.
        • Player: How can I make the story better?
        • Player: I should probably try to find an overall storyline that more of them are at least somewhat comfortable with before I start trying to make small changes.
The humans started it.
  • TzHaar-Hur-Klag: What you want, JalYt-[Caste]-Player?
    • Player: Let me tell you all about the plot:
      • Player: TzHaar-Hur-Brekt and I have made some changes, and the story is now about a TzHaar called TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack who has gone against the TzHaar society and becomes a criminal. It all starts when a human visitor attacks it and it kills the human in self-defence. This triggers a spark in TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack, and it likes the rush. It starts stealing from other TzHaar, kills another human in self-defence, and assaults a TzHaar in its home, yet it never gets caught. The play is meant to show how chaotic life would be if the TzHaar didn't follow their rules. So, what do you think about it?
      • TzHaar-Ket-Jok: Hm. It is far from good, but it is better than before. At least it does not kill JalYt unprovoked.
      • TzHaar-Mej-Kol: TzHaar-Mej-Kol agrees with TzHaar-Ket-Jok. It is still horrible because no TzHaar-Mej would be part of such unorganised society, but at least our peace with other races is not broken.
      • TzHaar-Xil-Mor: I can understand why TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack would not tolerate JalYt like that. TzHaar-Xil-Mor would do the same! But it is still not really good.
      • TzHaar-Hur-Klag: It disgusts me! That is in no way an accurate depiction of TzHaar society! A TzHaar would have no place in it at all.
      • Player: Alright, we're getting somewhere now. Most of you seem to be willing to at least work with this. I can probably make some small adjustments and even TzHaar-Hur-Klag will be satisfied.
Rich TzHaar-Hur uncovers criminal TzHaar
        • Player: How can I make the story better for you?
        • TzHaar-Hur-Klag: There are not even any TzHaar-Hur in play! Make that happen first.
          • Player: Rich TzHaar-Hur uncovers criminal TzHaar.
          • Player: What if the rich character in the story is a TzHaar-Hur? When the criminal robs it, it discovers its identity and uncovers its reign of terror.
          • TzHaar-Hur-Klag: That shows TzHaar-Hur is both successful and intelligent. Good idea, JalYt-[Caste]-Player.
          • TzHaar-Mej-Kol: As if TzHaar-Hur-Klag has not been fed enough power as it is!
          • TzHaar-Hur-Klag: You are just mad because TzHaar-Hur are ore intelligent than TzHaar-Mej! Get over it!
          • Player: Hmm. Maybe this wasn't too good after all.
          • TzHaar-Hur-Klag: Do not mind TzHaar-Mej-Kol, it is never pleased unless it gets exactly what it wants. Now, was there anything else?
TzHaar who get assaulted in its home is TzHaar-Hur
            • Player: How can I make the story better for you?
            • TzHaar-Hur-Klag: But story is really good now.
            • Player: I want to change it anyway.
              • Player: TzHaar who get assaulted in its home is TzHaar-Hur.
              • Player: So you want one of the characters to be a TzHaar-Hur? How about the TzHaar who get assaulted in its home? It could have been because the criminal wanted to get its hands on the TzHaar-Hur's fine creations.
              • TzHaar-Hur-Klag: Not happy about TzHaar-Hur to be portrayed as weak, but it is good that we get recognized for our work. Anything else?
        • Player: That was it.
            • Player: Nevermind, then.
            • TzHaar-Hur-Klag: Good, that was it?
        • Player: That was it.
                • Player: I don't know how to.
                • TzHaar-Hur-Klag: Fine. That is it, then?
        • Player: That was it.
It only steals from and assaults humans.
  • TzHaar-Hur-Klag: What you want, JalYt-[Caste]-Player?
    • Player: Let me tell you all about the plot:
      • 'Player: TzHaar-Hur-Brekt and I have made some changes, and the story is now about a TzHaar called TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack who has gone against the TzHaar society and becomes a criminal. It all starts when TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack kills a human visitor to the TzHaar city. This gives it a rush and it likes the feeling. It kills, steals from and assaults other humans throughout the story, but is never caught. It shows how out of control the TzHaar could go if it weren't for the rules. So what do you think about it?
      • TzHaar-Ket-Jok: Awful! No TzHaar-Ket would ever let any other TzHaar attack other races unprovoked and break our peace.
      • TzHaar-Mej-Kol: Horrible! Such an unbalanced society cannot possibly be the result of a TzHaar-Mej's organisation.
      • TzHaar-Xil-Mor: Too little TzHaar involved, but better than first story.
      • TzHaar-Hur-Klag: It disgusts me! That is in no way an accurate depiction of TzHaar society. A TzHaar-Hur would have no place in it at all.
      • Player: Hmmm. If only TzHaar-Xil-Mor is willing to work with this, I probably need to talk some more to TzHaar-Hur-Brekt about it.
        • Player: How can I make the story better?
        • Player: I should probably try to find an overall storyline that more of them are at least somewhat comfortable with before I start trying to make small changes.
No humans are involved.
  • TzHaar-Hur-Klag: What you want, JalYt-[Caste]-Player?
    • Player: Let me tell you all about the plot:
      • Player: TzHaar-Hur-Brekt and I have made some changes, and the story is now about a TzHaar called TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack who has gone against the TzHaar society and becomes a criminal. Its crime wave starts when it kills another TzHaar, and then the events escalate from there. TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack starts stealing from, killing, and assaulting TzHaar in their homes, but never gets caught. The play is meant to show how chaotic life would be if the TzHaar didn't follow their rules. So, what do you think about it?
      • TzHaar-Ket-Jok: At least peace with other races is not broken, but TzHaar-Ket should still catch criminal.
      • TzHaar-Mej-Kol: That is horrible! A TzHaar-Mej would never allow such unbalance to happen in TzHaar society.
      • TzHaar-Xil-Mor: Good with no JalYt and focus is on TzHaar, but a TzHaar-Xil would never be pushed around like that.
      • TzHaar-Hur-Klag: It disgusts me! That is in no way an accurate depiction of TzHaar society. A TzHaar-Hur would have no place in it at all.
      • Player: TzHaar-Ket-Jok and TzHaar-Xil-Mor seem to be able to at least work with me on this story, but that's not enough. I need to talk to TzHaar-Hur-Brekt again.
        • Player: How can I make the story better?
        • Player: I should probably try to find an overall storyline that more of them are at least somewhat comfortable with before I start trying to make small changes.
    • Player: Nevermind.

TzHaar-Mej-KolEdit

Rich TzHaar-Hur uncovers criminal TzHaar:

  • TzHaar-Mej-Kol: The play is horrible! TzHaar-Mej-Kol refuse to even discuss it unless JalYt change it right now!
Tzaar who get assaulted in its home is TzHaar-Hur:
  • TzHaar-Mej-Kol: You need help, JalYt-[Caste]-Player?
    • Player: Why don't you like theatre?
      • TzHaar-Mej-Kol: Because it is a distraction to TzHaar. Each caste has its own duties, theatre is not one of them.
      • Player: But as far as I understand, mining isn't part of your caste role, either?
      • TzHaar-Mej-Kol: No, but TzHaar-Hur mine and other TzHaar are not distracted by it so it does not hurt if old TzHaar do it when they are too old to fulfill their caste duties. Was there anything else you wanted?
    • Player: Let me tell you all about the plot.
      • Player: TzHaar-Hur-Brekt and I have made some changes, and the story is now about a TzHaar called TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack who has gone against the TzHaar society and becomes a criminal. It all starts when a human visitor attacks it and it kills the human in self-defence. This triggers a spark in TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack, and it likes the rush. It starts stealing from other TzHaar, kills another human in self-defence, and assaults a TzHaar in its home, yet it never gets caught. The play is meant to show how chaotic life would be if the TzHaar didn't follow their rules. So, what do you think of it?
      • TzHaar-Ket-Jok: Hm. It is far from good, but it is better than before. At least it does not kill JalYt unprovoked.
      • TzHaar-Mej-Kol: TzHaar-Mej-Kol agrees with TzHaar-Ket-Jok. It is still horrible because no TzHaar-Mej would be part of such unorganised society, but at least our peace with other races is not broken.
      • TzHaar-Xil-Mor: I can understand why TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack would not want tolerate JalYt like that. TzHaar-Xil-Mor would do the same! But it is still not really good.
      • TzHaaHur-Klag: It disgusts me! That is in no way an accurate depiction of TzHaar society. A TzHaar-Hur would have no place in it at all.
      • Player: Alright, we're getting somewhere now. Most of you seem to be willing to at least work with this. I can probably make some small adjustments and even TzHaar-Hur-Klag will be satisfied.

One is a TzHaar-Mej who is unaware of who the criminal is.

    • Player: How can I make the story better for you?
      • TzHaar-Mej-Kol: If one TzHaar in play can be a TzHaar-Hur, then one should also be TzHaar-Mej.
        • Player: One is a TzHaar-Mej who is unaware of who the criminal is.
        • Player: What if one of the characters is a TzHaar-Mej, but, even though it is an organizer and leader, it is not sure of who the criminal is?
        • TzHaar-Mej-Kol: I have already told you, a TzHaar would never let TzHaar society go out of control like that.
        • Player: Alright, I'll see if I can think of something else.
        • TzHaar-Mej-Kol: That is good. Do you want anything else?
    • Player: That was it.

One is a TzHaar-Mej who is aware of the situation.

    • Player: How can I make the story better for you?
      • TzHaar-Mej-Kol: TzHaar-Mej-Kol already think story is good, why does JalYt want to change?
      • Player: Sorry, but we must change it.
      • Player: One is a TzHaar-Mej who is aware of the situation.
      • Player: What if one of the characters is a TzHaar-Mej who is aware of the whole situation, even who the criminal is, but for some reason keeps it to himself.
          • TzHaar-Mej-Kol: Hmm. As a test, maybe? Yes, TzHaar-Mej-Kol is fine with that.
          • Player: Thank you. We're getting somewhere now.
          • TzHaar-Mej-Kol: Yes. Anything else?
        • Player: I can't think of anything.
      • Player: Okay, no more changes.
    • Player: No, thanks.

TzHaar-Xil-MorEdit

  • TzHaar-Xil-Mor: What do you want, JalYt-[Caste]-Player?
    • Player: Why don't you like theatre?
      • TzHaar-Xil-Mor: Because it is stupid and not good! Fight Pit, that is good.
      • Player: What is it that makes the Fight Pit exciting?
      • TzHaar-Xil-Mor: Because different opponents' different skills to hunt down their prey makes it fun to watch. And it is made for TzHaar-Xil. Theatre is made for no one. Anything else you want to know?
    • Player: Let me tell you all about the plot.
      • Player: TzHaar-Hur-Brekt and I have made some changes, and the story is now about a TzHaar called TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack who has gone against the TzHaar society and becomes a criminal. It all starts when a human visitor attacks it and it kills the human in self-defence. This triggers a spark in TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack, and it likes the rush. It starts stealing from other TzHaar, kills another human in self-defence, and assaults a TzHaar in its home, yet it never gets caught. The play is meant to show how chaotic life would be if teh TzHaar didn't follow their rules. So, what do you think about it?
      • TzHaar-Ket-Jok: Hm. It is far from good, but it is better than before. At least it does not kill JalYt unprovoked.
      • TzHaar-Mej-Kol: TzHaar-Mej-Kol agrees with TzHaar-Ket-Jok. It is still horrible because no TzHaar-Mej would be part of such unorganised society, but at least our peace with other races is not broken.
      • TzHaar-Xil-Mor: I can understand why TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack would not want tolerate JalYt like that. TzHaar-Xil-Mor would do the same! But it is still not really good.
      • TzHaaHur-Klag: It disgusts me! That is in no way an accurate depiction of TzHaar society. A TzHaar-Hur would have no place in it at all.
      • Player: Alright, we're getting somewhere now. Most of you seem to be willing to at least work with this. I can probably make some small adjustments and even TzHaar-Hur-Klag will be satisfied.
    • Player: How can I make the story better for you?
      • TzHaar-Xil-Mor: If there is a TzHaar-Hur and TzHaar-Mej in play, there should also be a TzHaar-Xil.

The criminal could be a TzHaar-Xil.

        • Player: The criminal could be TzHaar-Xil.
        • Player: What if we make the smart and stealthy criminal a TzHaar-Xil?
        • TzHaar-Xil-Mor: Yes that would be good. Shows that TzHaar-Xil are not to be underestimated and taken for granted.
        • Player: Alright, that's great. We're really getting somewhere now. I should talk to TzHaar-Hur-Brekt about this.
    • Player: How can I make the story better for you?
      • TzHaar-Xil-Mor: Stupid JalYt, you already made your change! TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack is TzHaar-Xil now. That is good.
      • Player: Oh yeah, I'd already to you about that.
      • TzHaar-Xil-Mor: Yes, you had. Anything else?
    • Player: Nevermind.

The PlotEdit

TzHaar-Hur-BrektEdit

  • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: How is work going, JalYt-[Caste]-Player?
  • Player: We're really getting somewhere now. The TzHaar who gets assaulted in its home should be a TzHaar-Hur. The rich TzHaar should be a TzHaar-Mej who is at least somewhat aware of what is going on but decides not to do anything about it for some reason. And the criminal is a TzHaar-Xil. I think we need to make just a few more changes before everyone is pleased now.
  • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: That is great news, JalYt-[Caste]-Player. What do you think we should do now?
    • Player: We should decide an ending.
      • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: Hmm. What do you suggest, JalYt-[Caste]-Player?
The criminal plans are foiled.
        • Player: The criminal's plans are foiled.
        • Player: I think it would be a bad idea to let one TzHaar completely outsmart all others. It doesn't have to get caught, but what if its plans are at least foiled?
        • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: Good idea, JalYt-[Caste]-Player. That is better than the first idea.
  • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: How is work going, JalYt-[Caste]-Player?
    • Player: What is the plot?
    • Player: What is the current plot of the story?
      • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: It is a dramatic tale of a TzHaar-Xil casually called TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack who has turned against TzHaar society. It starts with TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack attacked by JalYt and kills JalYt in self defence. TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack likes the feeling and starts to do more crime. Steals from a TzHaar-Mej, kills another JalYt attacker, and then breaks into home and assaults a TzHaar-Hur. However, TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack's plans always end up foiled by various TzHaar.
  • Player: They are all happy with the plot.
    • Player: I've got great news, TzHaar-Hur-Brekt. All the miners are happy with the plot now, so we can move and start handing out the roles.
      • TzHaar-Xil-Mor: TzHaar-Xil-Mor does not like it! It is bad entertainment and bad for the TzHaar!
      • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: Hmph! They are not happy with it at all! TzHaar-Hur-Brekt will not help you unless you convince them.
The criminal gets caught through joint efforts.
  • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: How is work going, JalYt-[Caste]-Player?
    • Player: We should change the ending.
      • Player: I think the ending could do with some changes.
      • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: Hmm. What do you suggest, JalYt-[Caste]-Player?
      • Player: The criminal gets caught through joint efforts.
      • Player: I don't think it would be too good to have one TzHaar outsmart all the rest. What if the others work together and eventually capture the criminal thought joint efforts?
      • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: Yes, very good idea. It shows how TzHaar are strong when we work together.
  • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: How is work going, JalYt-[Caste]-Player?
    • Player: What is the plot?
      • Player: What is the current plot of the story?
      • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: It is a dramatic tale of a TzHaar-Xil casually called TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack who has turned against TzHaar society. It starts with TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack attacked by JalYt and kills JalYt in self defence. TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack likes the feeling and starts to do more crime. Steals from a TzHaar-Mej, kills another JalYt attacker, and then breaks into home and assaults a TzHaar-Hur. But, eventually, TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack is caught through the joint efforts of the city's TzHaar.
  • Player: They are all happy with the plot.
    • Player: I've got great news, TzHaar-Hur-Brekt. All the miners are happy with the plot now, so we can move and start handing out the roles.
    • TzHaar-Xil-Mor: TzHaar-Xil-Mor does not like it! It is bad entertainment and bad for the TzHaar!
    • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: Hmph! They are not happy with it at all! TzHaar-Hur-Brekt will not help you unless you convince them.
The criminal is killed.
  • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: How is work going, JalYt-[Caste]-Player?
    • Player: We should change the ending.
      • Player: I think the ending could do with some changes.
      • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: Hmm. What do you suggest, JalYt-[Caste]-Player?
      • Player: I don't think it's good that one TzHaar outsmarts all the others and gets away with it flawlessly. I think such severe actions deserve a severe punishment, so it should get caught and killed.
      • TzHar-Hur-Brekt:Hmm. I am not sure, but I can give it a try.
  • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: How is work going, JalYt-[Caste]-Player?
    • Player: What is the plot?
    • Player: What is the current plot of the story?
      • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt:It is a dramatic tale of a TzHaar=Xil casually called TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack who has turned against TzHaar society. It starts with TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack attacked by JalYt and kills JalYt in self defence. TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack likes the feeling and starts to do more crime. Steals from a TzHaar-Mej, kills another JalYt attacker, and then breaks into home and assaults a TzHaar-Hur. But, eventually, TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack is killed for his crimes.
  • Player: They are all happy with the plot.
    • Player: I've got great news, TzHaar-Hur-Brekt. All the miners are happy with the plot now, so we can move and start handing out the roles.
    • TzHaar-Ket-Jok: I am not happy. Plot is horrible!
    • TzHaar-Xil-Mor: TzHaar-Xil_Mor does not like it! It is bad entertainment and bad for TzHaar!
    • TzHaar-Mej-Kol: That is not the truth! JalYt cannot be trusted with even this.
    • TzHaar-Hur-Klag: No, it is a bad story. TzHaar-Hur-Klag does not like.
    • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: Hmph! They are not happy with it at all! TzHaar-Hur-Brekt will not help you unless you convince them.
    • Player: Okay, thank you.
    • Player: Nevermind. I've got nothing.
  • Player: I've still got some stuff to do.

TzHaar-Xil-MorEdit

  • TzHaar-Xil-Mor: What you want, JalYt-[Caste]-Player?
    • Player: Why don't you like theatre?
      • TzHaar-Xil-Mor: Because it is stupid and not good! Fight Pit, that is good.
      • Player: What is it that makes the Fight Pit exciting?
      • TzHaar-Xil-Mor: Because the different opponents' different skills to hunt down their prey makes it fun to watch. And it is made for TzHaar-Xil. Theatre is made for no one. Anything else you want to know?
The criminal gets caught through joint efforts.
    • Player: Let me tell you all about the plot.
      • Player: TzHaar-Hur-Brekt and I have made some changes, and the story is now about a TzHaar-Xil called TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack who has gone against the TzHarr society and becomes a criminal. It all starts when a human visitor attacks it and it kills the human in self-defence. This triggers a spark in TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack, and it like the rush. It steals from a TzHaar-Mej, kills another human in self-defence, and assaults a TzHaar-Hur in its home. However, the actual goals of the TzHaar-Xil's plans are constantly being foiled. So what do you think about it?
      • TzHaar-Ket-Jok: Yes, TzHaar-Ket-Jok likes that.
      • TzHaar-Mej-Kol: TzHaar-Mej-Kol is also okay with story.
      • TzHaar-Xil-Mor: TzHaar-Xil-Mor is not entirely pleased with TzHaar-Xil's plans always getting foiled. Makes TzHaar-Xil look stupid.
      • TzHaar-Hur-Klag: TzHaar-Hur-Klag likes it.
      • Player: Okay, everyone except for TzHaar-Xil-Mor seems entirely pleased with this story. I can work with that.
    • Player: How can I make the story better?
      • Player: How can I make the story better for you?
      • TzHaar-Xil-Mor: Now everything TzHaar-Xil does fails, that is not good!

The criminal becomes a military leader.

        • Player: The criminal becomes a military leader.
        • Player: What if the criminal is a TzHaar-Xil who does what it does to prove their superiority? As a result, the TzHaar-Xil could be recognized as the military leaders of the TzHaar.
        • TzHaar-Xil-Mor: That is really good idea, JalYt-[Caste]-Player. Finally a good reason for theatre.
        • TzHaar-Ket-Jok: This play just gets worse and worse.
        • TzHaar-Mej-Kol: That is horrible.
        • Player: Glad I could be of help, but the others don't seem to happy about this.
        • TzHaar-Xil-Mor: Do not mind them. Anything else you want?

The plans aren't always foiled.

    • Player: How can I make the story better?
      • Player: How can I make the story better for you?
      • TzHaar-Xil-Mor: Stupid JalYt, you already made the change!
        • Player: I have to make another one.
        • Player: The plans aren't always foiled.
          • Player: What if the criminal's plans are just occasionally foiled? It would still gain from it.
        • TzHaar-Xil-Mor: Yes, that would be good.
        • Player: Alright, that's great. Everyone seems to be happy with the story now, so I should talk to TzHaar-Hur-Brekt.

I can't think of anything to fix that.

    • Player: How can I make the story better?
      • Player: How can I make the story better for you?
      • TzHaar-Xil-Mor: Stupid JalYt, you already made the change!
        • Player: I can't think of anything to fix that.
          • Player: Sorry, but I can't think of anything to fix that.
          • TzHaar-Xil-Mor: Fine. That is it?
        • Player: Fine, I don't have to change more.
        • TzHaar-Xil-Mor: Good. Anything else?
    • Player: Nevermind.
    • Player: That was it.

Plot ProgressionEdit

TzHaar-Hur-BrektEdit

  • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: How is work going, JalYt-[Caste]-Player?
    • Player: What is the plot?
      • Player: What is the current plot of the story?
      • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: It is a dramatic tale of a TzHaar-Xil casually called TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack who has turned against TzHaar society. It starts with TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack attacked by JalYt and kills JalYt in self defence. TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack likes the feeling and starts to do more crime. Steals from a TzHaar-Mej, kills another JalYt attacker, and then breaks into home and assaults a TzHaar-Hur. However, TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack's plans always end up foiled by various TzHaar.
    • Player: We should change the ending.

Not necessary to change ending. No transcript needed.

    • Player:' They are happy with the plot.
      • Player: I've got good news, TzHaar-Hur-Brekt. All the miners are happy with the plot now, so we can move on and start handing out the roles.
      • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: That is great! Then you can start to give out roles.
      • Player: What are the roles?
      • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: The first character is TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack, the TzHaar-Xil criminal. The second character is KetKul-Schmul, the rich TzHaar-Mej who gets robbed by TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack. The third character is JalYt-Jenny, the JalYt who gets killed in self defence. The fourth character is the TzHaar-Hur who gets assaulted in its home.
      • Player: Alright, I'll get back to work then.
    • Player: I've still got some stuff to do.

Casting CallEdit

TzHaar-Ket-LurkEdit

  • TzHaar-Ket-Lurk: You need help, JalYt-Hur-Wynn-Andye?
    • TxHaar-Ket-Lurk: Who are you?
      • Player:: Who are you?
      • TxHaar-Ket-Lurk: I am TzHaar-Ket-Lurk. I am guard of the mines.
      • Player: It doesn't seem to be the most active place to guard.
      • TxHaar-Ket-Lurk: JalYt is right, it is not. All they ever do is mine and they say they do not need any help, that they can handle themselves. But those TzHaar are as old as the crater and may fall apart if they had to fight.
      • Player: Haha. Boring job and ungrateful clients. That's just wonderful.
      • TxHaar-Ket-Lurk: It is not too bad. They always squabble so I have entertainment. They claim to be most unique TzHaar ever to walk the magma, but I know them inside out by now.
      • Player: I see. So if I ever want the gossip, I should come to you then?
      • TxHaar-Ket-Lurk: Yes, JalYt, if you have any questions, just ask.
      • Player: I'll keep that in mind, thank you.
      • TzHaar-Ket-Lurk: You need to give roles to the miners? Maybe I can help.
        • Player: Could you give me some hints?
          • Player: Could you give me some hints on how to make them all happy with the play?
          • TzHaar-Ket-Lurk: Of course. First thing to think about is that you do not give any of them too good changes. If you make TzHaar-Ket-Jok too happy, TzHaar-Xil-Mor and TzHaar-Mej-Kol will probably be mad. If you make TzHaar-Xil-Mor too happy, TzHaar-Ket-Jok will be mad. If you make TzHaar-Mej-Kol too happy, TzHaar-Xil-Mor and TzHaar-Hur-Klag will be mad. If you make TzHaar-Hur-Klag too happy, TzHaar Mej-Kol will be mad. So only give them just enough. If something goes wrong, try to talk to TzHaar-Hur-Brekt.
          • Player: Alright, I'll keep that in mind. Thank you.
          • TzHaar-Ket-Lurk: You are welcome JalYt. Need more information?
        • Player: Could you tell me about the miner's relations?
          • TzHaar-Ket-Lurk: Of course, JalYt. It is a bit confusing but I will do my best. Who do you want to know about?
          • Player: TzHaar-Hur-Klag.
            • TzHaar-Ket-Lurk: TzHaar-Hur-Klag thinks both TzHaar-Ket-Jok and TzHaar-Xil-Mor are okay. It thinks TzHaar-Ket are important to city, which we are, and it thinks TzHaar-Xil are a bit too bloothirsty but perform their duties well, which is also true. It is not fond of TzHaar-Mej-Kol. It thinks the TzHaar-Mej act like they are better than other TzHaar. TzHaar-Hur-Klag tries to be the leader of the mines but TzHaar-Mej-Kol does not like that and tries to take role from it. Need more information?
        • Player: I want to know about another miner.
          • Player: TzHaar-Ket-Jok.
            • TzHaar-Ket-Lurk: TzHaar-Ket-Jok thinks highly of all TzHaar-Hur and has great respect for them. It does not think TzHaar-Hur-Klag is exception to that. It does not feel same about TzHaar-Xil. It thinks they are too aggressive and trouble makers and always need to be watched over or they will break peace. It seems to have mixed opinions about TzHaar-Mej. It thinks they are good organizers but that they think to much of themselves and would never make it alone. Need more information?
        • Player: I want to know about another miner.
          • Player: TzHaar-Mej-Kol.
            • TzHaar-Ket-Lurk: TzHaar-Mej-Kol thinks poorly of everyone. It thinks TzHaar-Ket are good for guards, but that they are stupid. Which we are not! It also thinks TzHaar-Xil are valuable, but dangerous if not kept in check. It tries to manipulate them into behave. It really does not like TzHaar-Hur-Klag. TzHaar-Hur-Klag is TzHaar-Hur so it wants to be leader of mines, which TzHaar-Mej-Kol does not like. TzHaar-Mej-Kol wants to be in charge and hates TzHaar-Hur-Klag for dare to challenge it. Need more information?
        • Player: I want to know about another miner.
          • Player: TzHaar-Xil-Mor.
            • TzHaar-Ket-Lurk: TzHaar-Xil-Mor is very selfish. It does not like TzHaar-Ket-Jok because it gets all credit because it is strong. TzHaar-Xil-Mor thinks TzHaar-Xil are just as good at combat. It also thinks TzHaar-Mej-Kol is too full of itself, but otherwise likes TzHaar-Mej. Like TzHaar-Ket-Jok, it also has lots of respect for the TzHaar-Hur. Need more information?
        • Player: What are their current moods?
          • Player: Could you tell me what the miners' current moods are?
          • TzHaar-Ket-Lurk: As far as TzHaar-Ket-Lurk can tell, they seem to be happy. You need any more information, JalYt?
        • Player: No, thanks.
    • TzHaar-Ket-Lurk: What did you call me?
    • TzHaar-Ket-Lurk: No, thanks.

TzHaar-Xil-MorEdit

  • TzHaar-Xil-Mor: What do you want now, JalYt-[Caste]-Player?

TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack:

    • Player: You will play the role...
      • Player: ...TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack.
        • Player: You will play the role of TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack.
        • TzHaar-Xil-Mor: That is good. Anything else you want?
    • Player: What do you think of your current role?
      • Player: What is your current role and what do you think about it?
      • TokTz-Xil-More: It is TokTz-Ek-Mack. TzHaar-Xil-Mor likes that role. Anything else you wanted?
    • Player: We should modify your current role.
      • Player: We should make some changes to your current role. Maybe we can make it better?
      • TokTz-Xil-More: Current role is good. No need to change. Anything else?

KetKul-Schmul:

    • Player: You will play the role...
      • Player: ...KetKul-Schmul.
        • Player: You will play the role of Ketkul-Schmul.
          • TzHaar-Xil-Mor: That is good. TzHaar-Xil-Mor will be rich and powerful!
          • TzHaar-Mej-Kol: That is completely out of line!
          • TzHaar-Xil-Mor: Ignore TzHaar-Mej-Kol, JalYt-[Caste]-Player. Role is fine. You want anything else?
    • Player: What do you think of your current role?
      • Player: What is your current role and what do you think about it?
      • TzHaar-Xil-Mor: It is KetKul-Schmul, and I like it. You want anything else, JalYt-[Caste]-Player?
    • Player: We should modify your current role.
      • Player: We should make some changes to your current role. Maybe we can make it better?
      • TokTz-Xil-More: Current role is good. No need to change. Anything else?

JalYt-Jenny:

    • Player: You will play the role...
      • Player: ...JalYt-Jenny.
        • Player: You will play the role of JalYt-Jenny.
          • TzHaar-Xil-Mor: You want TzHaar-Xil-Mor to play JalYt? That is absurd! If you do not want anything else, you can go now.
    • Player: What do you think of your current role?
      • Player: What is your current role and what do you think about it?
      • TzHaar-Xil-Mor: It does not matter! You have given out horrible roles and TzHaar-Xil-Mor refuses to be part of the play unless you change them.
      • Player: Okay, I will see what I can do.
      • TzHaar-Xil-Mor: Good! You want anything else?
    • Player: We should modify your current role.
      • Player: We should make some changes to your current role. Maybe we can make it better?
      • TzHaar-Xil-Mor: At least you cannot make it worse. JalYt-Jenny is horrible.
      • Player: What is we make it TzHaar instead?
      • TzHaar-Xil-Mor: TzHaar-Xil-Mor would get killed!
      • Player: But it would at least be by another TzHaar-Xil.
      • TzHaar-Xil-Mor: TzHaar-Xil-Mor is best TzHaar-Xil alive. I cannot lose!
      • Player: What if you survive the attack?
      • TzHaar-Xil-Mor: Still bad.
      • Player: Fine, then.
      • TzHaar-Xil-Mor: You want anything else? If not, you can go now.

TzHaar-Hur:

    • Player: You will play the role...
      • Player: ...TzHaar-Hur.
        • Player: You will play the role of the TzHaar-Hur.
        • TzHaar-Xil-Mor: And be weak and get attacked? Bah...if you do not have better ideas, leave.
    • Player: What do you think of your current role?
      • Player: What is your current role and what do you think about it?
      • TzHaar-Xil-Mor: You have given out horrible roles and TzHaar-Xil-Mor refuses to be part of play unless you change them.
      • Player: Okay, I will see what I can do.
      • TzHaar-Xil-Mor: Good! You want anything else?
    • Player: We should modify your current role.
      • Player: We should make some changes to your current role. Maybe we can make it better?
      • TzHaar-Xil-Mor: TzHaar-Xil-Mor cannot play someone who gets defeated!
        • Player: What if you avoid the attacker?
          • Player: What if the TzHaar-Hur you play discovers and avoids the attacker?
          • TzHaar-Xil-Mor: Okay, I guess that is fine. You want anything else?
        • Player: What if you go down fighting?
          • Player: What if you at least put up a good fight before you get defeated?
          • TzHaar-Xil-Mor: No, that is still bad!
        • Player: Then I don't know.
          • Player: Sorry, but then I don't know.
          • TzHaar-Xil-Mor: What else you want?
      • Player: Oh, nothing at all.
    • Player: That was it.
    • Player: Oh, nothing.

TzHaar-Mej-KolEdit

  • TzHaar-Mej-Kol: You need help, JalYt-[Caste]-Player?
    • You will play the role...:
      • ...TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack.
      • Player: You will play the role of KetKul-Schmul.
        • TzHaar-Mej-Kol: Sure, let the TzHaar-Mej get robbed! How else will you try to ruin my day?
          • Player: You will play the role...
          • Player: What do you think of your current role?
          • Player: We should make some changes to your current role. Maybe we can make it better?
            • TzHaar-Mej-Kol: TzHaar-Mej-Kol cannot get robbed by criminal. KetKul-Schmul is supposed to be aware of situation, how can it get robbed?
            • Player: Well, what if it tricks TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack and it only manages to get away with a small sum of TokKul?
            • TzHaar-Mej-Kol: Yes, that would work. Good idea, JalYt. Was there anything else?
          • Player: That was it.
      • ...JalYt-Jenny.
      • ...TzHaar-Hur.
    • Player: What do you think of your current role?
    • Player: We should modify your current role.
    • Player: Oh, nothing.

TzHaar-Ket-JokEdit

  • TzHaar-Ket-Jok: Can I help you, JalYt-[Caste]-Player?
    • You will play the role of...:
      • ...TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack.
      • ...KetKul-Schmul.
      • Player: You will play the role of JalYt-Jenny.
        • TzHaar-Ket-Jok: A puny JalYt? That is not good at all. What else you want from me?
          • Player: You will play the role...
          • Player: What do you think of your current role?
          • Player: We should make some changes to your current role. Maybe we can make it better?
            • TzHaar-Ket-Jok: TzHaar-Ket-Jok cannot play JalYt. Make JalYt-jenny a strong TzHaar-Ket and I will be happy.
            • Player: Yeah, I can do that.
            • TzHaar-Ket-Jok: Good. And I want to defeat the TzHaar-Xil when it attacks me.
              • Player: Ugh. Sure, I guess so.
              • Player: No, we can't have that. But I can let you at least survive the attack.
                • TzHaar-Ket-Jok: Hm. Fine, I guess that is good enough. What else you want?
          • Player: That was it.
      • ...TzHaar-Hur.
    • Player: What do you think of your current role?
    • Player: We should modify your current role.
    • Player: That was it.

TzHaar-Hur-KlagEdit

  • TzHaar-Hur-Klag: What you want now, JalYt-[Caste]-Player?
    • You will play the role...:
      • ...TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack.
      • ...KetKul-Schmul.
      • ...JalYt-Jenny.
      • Player: You will play the role of the TzHaar-Hur.
        • TzHaar-Hur-Klag: Of course, you cannot possibly let TzHaar-Hur-Klag be anything special!
        • Player: Hmm?
        • TzHaar-Hur-Klag: What?
          • Player: You will play the role...
          • Player: What do you think of your current role?
          • Player: We should make some changes to your current role. Maybe we can make it better?
            • TzHaar-Hur-Klag: TzHaar-Hur-Klag cannot play this role!
            • Player: Why not? It's a TzHaar-Hur, it suits you perfectly. I even made the role just because you wanted it.
            • TzHaar-Hur-Klag: Yes, but TzHaar-Hur-Klag is not normal TzHaar-Hur. TzHaar-Hur-Klag would not get robbed and beaten like this.
            • Player: Hm. What if you don't get assaulted then? TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack can break into your home, but doesn't have to assault you, just look for some items.
            • TzHaar-Hur-Klag: Okay, and the great TzHaar-Hur can be called TzHaar-Hur-Klag?
              • Player: Eh, I guess so.
                • TzHaar-Hur-Klag: Good, then I am happy with it. TzHaar-Hur-Klag who only gets disturbed, not beaten. Anything else you wanted?
              • Player: No, you can't.
          • Player: That was it.
    • Player: What do you think of your current role?
    • Player: We should modify your current role.
    • Player: That was it.

A Perfect PlayEdit

TzHaar-Hur-BrektEdit

  • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: How is work going, JalYt-[Caste]-Player? Have you given out roles yet?
    • Player: What are the roles?
    • Player: Yes, all roles have been given out.
    • Player: Yeah, all of the roles have been given out now.
      • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: Good work, JalYt. Are they happy with roles?
      • TzHaar-Ket-Jok: TzHaar-Ket-Jok is happy with role.
      • TzHaar-Xil-Mor: Yes, TzHaar-Xil-Mor is happy with roles.
      • TzHaar-Mej-Kol: Roles are fine with TzHaar-Mej-Kol.
      • TzHaar-Hur-Klag: Yes, roles are just fine with TzHaar-Hur-Klag.
      • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: Very good work, JalYt! Now I can start rehearsal.
      • Player: I don't have to be involved in that, do I? I have a feeling it...eh...won't run as smoothly as it should.
      • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: No, JalYt has done what it promised. TzHaar-Hur-Brekt can train you now.
      • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt teaches you the technique to safely mine though magma.
      • Player: Thank you very much, now I can finally mine these rocks and then get into the tunnels to start repairing.
    • Player: Not yet.

Repairing The TunnelsEdit

TzHaar-Ket-GrolEdit

  • TzHaar-Ket-Grol: What you want, JalYt?
  • Player: I know how to mine through magma now.
    • Player: TzHaar-Hur-Brekt has taught me how to safely mine through magma now, so I should be able to enter the tunnels.
    • TzHaar-Ket-Grol: Yes, TzHaar-Ket-Grol has heard. And TzHaar-Hur-Brekt will put up play? That is strange.
    • Player: Yeah, I found it kind of odd, as well. Anyway, can I enter the tunnels now?
    • TzHaar-Ket-Grol: Yes, you may.
  • Player: How do I repair the tunnels?
    • Player: You wouldn't happen to have some tips on how to repair the tunnels? I want to be sure I don't make it any worse.
    • TzHaar-Ket-Grol: Useless JalYt. Fine, TzHaar-Ket-Grol can give you hints. Different damages require different materials to repair. In cramped spaces, JalYt should only ever repair with pillars if damage is very bad. Otherwise use planks. In open spaces, JalYt should only ever repair with planks if the damage is very light. Otherwise use pillars.
    • Player: Alright, that's good to know.
  • Player: Nothing.
    • Player: Nevermind, it was nothing.

Dillo-gence is KeyEdit

Proceed through the tunnels until the penultimate cave

(Speak to the TzHaar-Hur)

  • TzHaar-Hur: You need help, JalYt-[Caste]-Player?
  • Player: Have you seen a big armadillo?
    • Player: Have you seen a big arma- uh...TokTz-Ket-Dill around here? The one who dug all the tunnels under the city.
    • TzHaar-Hur: Yes, it has passed by here. It should be killed, it almost destroyed city!
    • Player: Yeah, that's what I'm here for. So where did it go?
    • TzHaar-Hur: It has its home in small cave just north from here. It went in there.
    • Player: Hmm. So it's basically trapped in a corner? Why haven't you killed it yourself?
    • TzHaar-Hur: Do I look like TzHaar-Xil to you? TzHaar-Hur do not hunt or kill, we craft and mine.
    • Player: I see. Well, I better go and take care of it myself.
    • TzHaar-Hur: Good luck, JalYt.
  • Player: What did you call me?
    • TzHaar-Hur: Are you not JalYt-Hur?
      • Player: What's a "JalYt-Hur"?
        • TzHaar-Hur: That what you are...you skilled at making things, no?
        • Player: Well, yes I suppose I am...
        • TzHaar-Hur: Then you JalYt-Hur!
          • Player: What are you then?
            • TzHaar-Hur: Not so, JalYt. I am TzHaar-Hur, one of the crafters for this city. There are also the wise TzHaar-Mej who guide us, the mighty TzHaar-Ket who guards us, and the swift TzHaar-Xil who hunt for our food.
          • Player: Thanks for explaining it.
    • Player: I guess so...
      • Tzaar-Hur: Well, then. There is not problem.
    • Player: No, I'm not!
      • TzHaar-Hur: Whatever you say, JalYt!
  • Player: No, I'm fine, thanks.
    • Player: No, I'm fine, thanks.
Attempt to enter the final cave

You hear a big creature moving around just inside the cave. Are you sure you want to enter?

  • Option 1: Yes.
  • Option 2: No.

City SaviourEdit

  • TzHaar-Xil-Tog: Are tunnels fixed and TokTz-Ket-Dill killed?
  • Player: Yes, the TokTz-Ket-Dill is dead now and I have repaired all the damage it caused.
  • TzHaar-Mej-Malk: That is very good news, JalYt. You have done TzHaar a great favour.
  • TzHaar-Xil-Tog: TzHaar-Xil-Tog is impressed, JalYt-[Caste]-Player. I did not take you for a hunter.
  • TzHaar-Hur-Frok: Yes, very impressive. And you saved the TzHaar-Hur. Well done.
QUEST COMPLETE

Post-Quest DialogueEdit

ThreeTokKul OperaEdit

Ask TzHaar-Hur-Brekt about the play
  • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: You need help, JalYt-[Caste]-Player.
  • Player: How is the play coming along?
    • Player: How is the play coming along, TzHaar-Hur-Brekt?
    • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: It is done now! We have not yet shown it to rest of TzHaar, but since you helped with it, maybe you want to see it?
      • Player: Yeah, I'd love to.
      • Player: Not right now.
        • Player: Although it does sound very interesting. I'm not sure if I have time right now.
        • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: That is okay, JalYt-[Caste]-Player. Just come talk to me again when you have time.
        • Player: Alright, I'll do that.
  • Player: What did you call me?
    • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: Are you not JalYt-Hur?
      • Player: What's a "JalYt-Hur"?
        • TzHaar-Hur: That what you are...you skilled at making things, no?
        • Player: Well, yes I suppose I am...
        • TzHaar-Hur: Then you JalYt-Hur!
          • Player: What are you then?
            • TzHaar-Hur: Not so, JalYt. I am TzHaar-Hur, one of the crafters for this city. There are also the wise TzHaar-Mej who guide us, the mighty TzHaar-Ket who guards us, and the swift TzHaar-Xil who hunt for our food.
          • Player: Thanks for explaining it.
    • Player: I guess so...
      • Tzaar-Hur: Well, then. There is not problem.
    • Player: No, I'm not!
      • TzHaar-Hur: Whatever you say, JalYt!

(Cutscene)

  • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: Welcome, JalYt-[Caste]-Player, to this exclusive preview of ThreeTokKul Opera! It is written by TzHaar-Hur-Brekt and in the roles you will see TzHaar-Xil-Mor as TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack, TzHaar-Mej-Kol in role of KetKul-Schmul, TzHaar-Ket-Jok in role of TzHaar-Ket-Jenny, and TzHaar-Hur-Klag in role of TzHaar-Hur-Klag. Make yourself comfortable, JalYt, and enjoy the performance.
  • And the TzTok-Jad, it has teeth
  • And it wears them in its face
  • And TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack, it has a TokTz-Ket-Ek
  • But the TokTz-Ket-Ek one does not see.
  • On a hot fire red day
  • Lies dead a weak JalYt in TzHaar city
  • And a mighty TzHaar walks around the corner
  • Whom they call TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack
    • TzHaar-Xil-Mor: Tremble in my presence, JalYt!
  • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: And KetKul-Schmul stays gone
    • TzHaar-Mej-Kol: Or so it wants them to believe!
  • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: And so do some rich TzHaar
  • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: And some of its TokKul has TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack
    • TzHaar-Mej-Kol: But far from it all!
  • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: On whom they cannot pin anything
    • TzHaar-Xil-Mor: TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack is far too smart!
  • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: TzHaar-Ket-Jenny was found
  • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: With a TokTz-Ket-Ek in its chest
    • TzHaar-Ket-Jok: But completely unharmed!
  • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: And on the solid magma walks TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack
  • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: Who knows nothing about all this
    • TzHaar-Ket-Jok: Because it is afraid of mighty TzHaar-Ket-Jenny!
    • TzHaar-Xil-Mor: TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack fears no prey!
    • TzHaar-Ket-Jok: TzHaar-Ket-Jenny challenges you!
    • TzHaar-Xil-Mor: TzHaar-Ket-Jenny is dead!
    • TzHaar-Ket-Jok: It is not!
  • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: And then they both shut up!
  • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: And the very old and wise TzHaar-Hur-Klag
  • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: Whose name everyone knows
    • TzHaar-Hur-Klag: For its fine craftsmanship!
  • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: Woke up and was not feeling its best
    • TzHaar-Hur-Klag: But it feels better now!
  • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack, what was your price?
    • TzHaar-Xil-Mor: Price for what?
    • TzHaar-Ket-Jok: Why does TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack get TokKul?
  • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: The end.
    • TzHaar-Xil-Mor: Price for what? TokTz-Ket-Ek-Mack is no merchant!
    • TzHaar-Ket-Jok: Do not make TzHaar-Ket-Jenny club you down!
    • TzHaar-Mej-Kol: KetKul-Schmul wants TokKul!
    • TzHaar-Hur-Klag: There are not enough TzHaar-Hur in this play!
  • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: The end!

(Cutscene Ends)

  • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: So what do you think, JalYt-[Caste]-Player?
  • Player: Um... it was different.
  • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: Yes, this is TzHaar theatre. Probably different from what JalYt is used to.
  • Player: Yes, definitely. How long did you say you've been rehearsing it?
  • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: For very long. I wanted to get everything just right.
  • Player: Oh, of course. Any less wouldn't have been acceptable.
  • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: That is how TzHaar-Hur-Brekt always thinks when it writes plays.
  • Player: And the actors were just...outstanding. Anyway, I should be going now.
  • TzHaar-Hur-Brekt: Goodbye, JalYt-[Caste]-Player.

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