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This transcript involves dialogue with Arianwyn, Gnome (Mourner Headquarters), Eluned, and Thorgel.

Your newest missionEdit

Talking to Arianwyn Edit

First timeEdit

  • Arianwyn: Player, just the person we need.
  • Player: What's wrong, Arianwyn?
  • Arianwyn: Do you remember Thorgel?
  • Player: Of course, he's the dwarf who tunnelled into the back of the Temple of Light.
  • Arianwyn: Yes, him. Following your quest to enable the temple's defences, he stayed there to guard the Death Altar.
  • Player: Thorgel is working with us now?
  • Arianwyn: Yes, he has decided to join our cause and looks to help remove threats from our lands, so he and his men can return safely to Keldagrim. Who knows what the mourners would do to them... or the Underground Pass, for that matter.
  • Player: That's great news for everyone, but why did you ask if I remembered him?
  • Arianwyn: Because he has just sent word via messenger that something is going on down in the temple.
  • Player: The Death Guard have made it through the defences?
  • Arianwyn: No, no. This is something different entirely. It appears there may be more to this temple than meets the eye. Are you ready to help us again?
    • What would you like to say?
      • Okay, I'll help.
        • (Continues below)
      • Not right now.
        • Player: I'm sorry, Arianwyn, I can't deal with this right now.
        • Arianwyn: Hurry back when you have a moment. This investigation is too important to ignore.

Returning after not agreeing to help yetEdit

  • Arianwyn: Ah, the return of Player! Have you thought about helping us yet?
    • What would you like to say?
      • Okay, I'll help.
        • (Continues below)
      • Not right now.
        • (Same as above)

Agreeing to helpEdit

  • Player: Okay, I'll help. What exactly am I helping with?
  • Arianwyn: As I was saying, Thorgel has reported something has happened at the point where the light merges in the temple. It is of vital importance that we investigate.
  • Player: WE investigate?
  • Arianwyn: Yes, this discovery could be linked to the elder elves' whereabouts - they disappeared after building the temple. It is too important for me to ignore, so I'm coming with you.
  • Player: Great, except you seem to be forgetting something. You said none of your elves have managed to get past the Death Guard.
  • Arianwyn: You forget the great resource we have gained recently: you. You can walk freely through their outpost and into the tunnels to the temple. With the temple's defences in place, it should be safe to use elven magic in there.
  • Player: Elven magic? Sounds like you're forming a plan here without me - fill me in!
  • Arianwyn: The plan isn't quite complete yet. We'll need a few things to make this work....
  • Player: Okay, it should be easy enough to get another set of mourner gear at Arandar or in the Death Guard outpost.
  • Arianwyn: Don't forget you'll still need an outfit yourself.
  • Player: So a full set of mourner gear for us both. What's next?
  • Arianwyn: That should give us options if, Seren forbid, we get spotted by the Death Guard. Second, we'll need a distraction. We could teleport in without one, but I foresee capture if we try. Elven magic will not be subtle and the Death Guard are always on alert.
  • Player: So what do you suggest?
  • Arianwyn: You know the area better than I, so this one is down to you. If we have an ally in the outpost, then use them.
  • Player: Hmm, okay. I'll have a think on that. What is the last thing we need?
  • Arianwyn: The last thing is a method of getting to the Temple of Light. You'll have to bind a teleport crystal to the location we'll be teleporting to.
  • Arianwyn hands you a blank teleport crystal.
  • Arianwyn: I know you've not tried crystal chanting before, but I've already prepared this one, so most of the work is done. The most skilled of us can chant pitches beyond what human ears can hear, and thus shape seeds into forms of our choosing. A shape and form doesn't matter here, you'll only need a basic chant. Sing into the seed when you're in the area we need to teleport into - the harmonic feedback in the area will be enough for it to bind to that location. If you accomplish this I can strengthen it to carry us both close to the doors of the Temple of Light.
  • Player: I'll get sorting out our departure.
  • Arianwyn: May Seren's song guide you. I'll finalise things here to make sure Lletya is secure in my absence.

AllyEdit

Searching the Head Mourner's Desk Edit

If you do not have the tarnished key or the new key: 

  • The desk has a few copies of both the tarnished key and the new key on it...
    • Do you wish to...
      • Take a tarnished key.
        • You take one of the tarnished keys.
      • Take a new key.
        • You take one of the new keys.
      • Leave the keys.
        • You leave the keys on the desk.

If you already have the tarnished key but not the new key: 

  • The desk has a few copies of both the tarnished key and the new key on it, you already have a tarnished key...
    • Do you wish to...
      • Take a new key.
        • You take one of the new keys.
      • Leave the new key.
        • You leave the keys on the desk.

If you already have the new key but not the tarnished key: 

  • The desk has a few copies of both the tarnished key and the new key on it, you already have a new key...
    • Do you wish to...
      • Take a tarnished key.
        • You take one of the tarnished keys.
      • Leave the tarnished key.
        • You leave the keys on the desk.

If you already have the tarnished key and the new key: 

  • The desk has a few copies of both the tarnished key and the new key on it, but as you already have one of each you leave them alone.

GnomeEdit

  • Select an option
    • Talk about Within the Light
      • Gnome: What are you after now?
      • Player: Calm down. I just need to talk to you about something.
      • Gnome: You brought toad crunchies?
      • Player: Well, no, I didn't. Sorry.
      • Gnome: Oh, come one. This nail-and-prune stew gets old after a while, you know.
      • Player: Listen! Will you let me finish?
      • Gnome: Fine, fine, get on with it.
      • Player: Getting straight to the point, I need a favour... and you've been helpful in the past.
      • Gnome: What favour?
      • Player: Let's just say I need to get my 'friend' down here and he hasn't got the clearance. I'm going to try teleporting directly into the caves, bypassing all the security.
      • Gnome: Why do I get the feeling you're not really one of these guys?
        • What would you like to do?
          • Tell the truth
            • Player: Alright, I'm not with these guys really. What I'm trying to do could stop some seriously bad things happening. Are you going to help the side of good?
          • Stay undercover
            • Player: How dare you assume such things! Do I need to get my torture feather out again? My friend just needs to get in so he can further the Death Guard's plan a little faster.
      • Gnome: Fine, but on one condition.
      • Player: Let's have it. No wait, let me guess: toad crunchies?
      • Gnome: No, freedom. My freedom.
      • Player: Okay, how about this... You just cause as much trouble as you can here, doing whatever you want to distract these guys while I sneak in. In return, I'll have a word with the head mourner about releasing you.
      • Gnome: I suppose we have a deal. I can't see if you speak to him really - you could just walk out - so I've no choice but to trust you'll keep your word.
    • I'm just here to talk...
      • Gnome: What are you after now?
      • Player: Nothing I'm just talking to people randomly in case it helps.
      • Gnome: Does it?
      • Player: Not really, no.
      • Gnome: Maybe you should give me more toad crunchies. Ask any gnome, 'toad should be in everything' they'll tell you, mark my words.

Head MournerEdit

Talking to the Head Mourner without wearing full Mourner gear or while wearing non-regulation items: 

  • Head Mourner: What are you doing here human?!?
  • Head Mourner: Guards!
  • Mourner: Die human scum!
  • Mourner attacks you

Talking to the Head Mourner while wearing full Mourner gear and no non-regulation items: 

  • What would you talk about?
    • Talk about the gnome.
      • Head Mourner: What do you want?
      • Player: Nothing major, I hope. I was just thinking about the gnome inventor we've been holding captive.
      • Head Mourner: Since when is your place to think?
      • Player: I think what I have to say is important, sir? It's just about the gnome, and having him so close to operations here. What if someone were to sneak in and see him?
      • Head Mourner: Sneak in?
      • Player: Imagine if a curious child or thief managed to get down here and spotted him. He's the only evidence that our operations here aren't quite legitimate, if you see what I mean.
      • Head Mourner: Well, I can see that it wouldn't look good, but are you silly enough to think out security measures can be breached?
      • Player: It is entirely theoretical, but all loose ends must be removed to ensure success, don't you agree. Plus the gnomes have magicks of their own.
      • Head Mourner: Hmm, that's true. We do have to be careful. What do you think we should do with the prisoner?
        • What would you like to do?
          • We should release him.
            • Player: We should release him.
            • Head Mourner: Release? That may be a bit drastic, don't you think?
            • Player: Maybe so, but we can't risk him being found imprisoned against his will, surely?
            • Head Mourner: Okay, you make a good point. I will consider it.
            • Player: Okay, I'll leave you to it.
          • Just make sure he's watched.
            • Player: Just make sure he's watched.
            • Head Mourner: He is being watched! Enough of this. Okay, I'll leave you to it.
    • Report in.
      • Head Mourner: Any news yet on our missing dig crews?
      • Player: No, I have looked everywhere, but I can see no sign of them.
      • Head Mourner: This is not good news, did you find anything else down there?
      • Player: Nothing other than the beasts you spoke of.
      • Head Mourner: I must ask you to return to the search and remember if you see anything elven-made down there you must let me know. After all that is what we are here for.
      • Player: I'll come to you as soon as I dig anything up.

Talking to the Head Mourner again: 

  • If you have already requested the gnome's release: 
    • Head Mourner: I've got no time for you, I'm sorry. I need to focus on my missing dig crews. Yes, I'm still considering your proposal to release the gnome.
  • If you have not requested the gnome's release: 
    • [missing]

Talking to the gnome again

  • If you have already requested the gnome's release: 
    • Gnome: I was just thinking about starting to make trouble here. Did you speak with the head mourner about my release?
    • Player: Yes, already done, my short friend. I put in a good word and suggested we release you after your help.
    • Gnome: And?
    • Player: He's considering it. Stay positive!
  • If you have not requested the gnome's release: 
    • [missing]

Crystal chanting Edit

At the Mourner Headquarters Edit

Attempting to enter the Mourner Tunnels without the tarnished key

  • The door is locked.

Entering the Mourner Tunnels with the tarnished key

  • You try to open the large wooden doors...
  • ...You open them and walk through.

If you attempt to enchant the blank teleport crystal outside of the Mourner HQ basement: 

  • The crystal doesn't seem to respond at all here.

If you attempt to enchant the blank teleport crystal inside of the Temple of Light: 

  • The power of the Temple of Light is too much for the crystal. Perhaps you should try outside...

If you attempt to enchant the blank teleport crystal inside of or too close to the Mourner HQ basement: 

  • Player: I think it might be dangerous to chant here; this destination would be too close to the Death Guard's base.

If you attempt to enchant the blank teleport crystal outside of the Temple of Light too far from but near a suitable spot: 

  • Player: This area seems suitable. I just need to find an area closer to the temple, but not so close that the shadows will attack.

If you attempt to enchant the blank teleport crystal at a suitable spot while wearing a Gas mask

  • Player: I'm not going to be able to sing well wearing this gas mask - I'd better take it off!

If you attempt to enchant the blank teleport crystal at a suitable spot while not wearing a Gas mask

  • Player: This would make for a great teleport spot! I guess I'll try singing into the crystal now.
    Two Mourners stand inside of Mourner HQ near the walls
  • Mourner (#1): Can you hear that?
  • Mourner (#2): My ears! It hurts!
    One Mourner starts banging his head against wall
  • Mourner (#1): Argh, make it stop!
    Back to the Mourner Tunnels
  • Player: That seemed to work - I must have an enchanting singing voice.

Returning to ArianwynEdit

Arianwyn Edit

If you have lost the Blank teleport crystal Edit

  • Player: Sorry to bother you, Arianwyn, but I've lost that teleport crystal you gave me.
  • Arianwyn: Please be more careful with this one. Do you need anything else?
    • (Continues below)

Before completing all three tasks Edit

  • Player: About those tasks I need to do...
    • Arianwyn: Well, as you can see, I'm not disguised. You might want to sort that out.
      • If you have a full set of Mourner gear in your inventory: 
        • Player: And sort it out, I have! I've got a complete mourner outfit here all ready for you.
        • Arianwyn: Thanks, is it okay if I take it off your hands now?
          • What would you like to say?
            • Sure, take it now.
              • Player: Sure, take it now.
              • Arianwyn changes appearance
              • Arianwyn: I think I look quite the part now.
            • No, I'm going to keep it.
              • Player: No, I'm going to keep it.
              • Arianwyn: Okay, but we can't leave until you've given me a complete mourner outfit.
      • If you do not yet have a full set of Mourner gear in your inventory: 
        • Player: Oh, yes, I'd better get to Arandar and grab a set of mourner gear for you.
    • Arianwyn: I've not had the enchanted teleport crystal from you yet. Did you chant it?
      • If you have enchanted the blank teleport crystal: 
        • Player: I tried my best. It seemed to get some feedback from the area - I hope it is enough?
        • Arianwyn: Wow, not bad for your first chant. It seems to have been bound to the area enough for me to strengthen it.
        • Arianwyn enchants the enchanted teleport crystal
        • Arianwyn: I doubt you heard that, did you? You've shown promise though. Perhaps I could have Eluned teach you more in the future.
          • If you have not yet given Arianwyn a full set of Mourner gear or if you did not attempt to enchant the teleport crystal with your gas mask on previously: 
            • Player: So the crystal will carry us both now?
            • Arianwyn: Definitely. Nice job.
          • If you have already given Arianwyn a full set of Mourner gear and if you attempted to enchant the teleport crystal with your gas mask on previously: 
            • Player: Wait, how did you chant with that gasmask on?
            • Arianwyn: It's not easy to do. I don't want to chant upon my own horn, but there are few that can match me.
            • Player: Show off, I thought my chanting was pretty good. So the crystal will carry us both now?
            • Arianwyn: Definitely. Nice job.
      • If you have not yet enchanted the blank teleport crystal: 
        • Player: I knew I forgot something. No worries, I'll get down there as soon as I can to enchant the blank teleport crystal.
    • Arianwyn: You've not mentioned a distraction to me. Did you find an ally who can help us on the inside?
      • If you have spoken with the gnome and agreed on his cooperation: 
        • Player: Yes. The Death Guard has a captive gnome inventor who's agreed to create a distraction. I've had his help before.
        • Arianwyn: A gnome? Can he be trusted? What did it take to get his help?
        • Player: I'll trust him because he trusted me to put in a good word with the head mourner to set him free.
        • Arianwyn: Well, okay. I'll trust your decision. Are you actually going to help the gnome out, though?
          • If you have spoken to the Head Mourner and asked for the gnome's release: 
            • Player: Yes, in fact, I've already had a word with the head mourner and he's considering it.
            • Arianwyn: You didn't waste any time doing that, did you? Let's hope your good deed pays off for us.
          • If you have spoken to the Head Mourner and asked for the gnome to be watched or if you have not yet spoken to the Head Mourner about the gnome: 
            • Player: I might get around to doing it.
            • Arianwyn: Fair enough. I can't imagine he'll wait forever for the trust to be returned though,so do it before we are finished, if you are intending to.
      • If you have not yet spoken with the gnome: 
        • Player: No, I'm still working on that. I'll let you know as soon as it's sorted.
    • If you have not yet completed any of the three tasks: 
      • Arianwyn: Try to get the tasks done as soon as possible - time is wasting.
    • If you have already completed all three tasks: 
      • Arianwyn: Great news! That's all the tasks complete! I guess thanks are in order.
      • Player: I'd say so. Are we ready to go?
      • Arianwyn: Well, we've got everything we need. I'm ready to go, are you?
        • What would you like to say?
          • I'm ready, let's go.
            • Player: I'm ready, let's go.
              • If you are not yet wearing full Mourner gear:
                • Arianwyn: Wait, where's your disguise? You'll need to be dressed as a mourner too, else you'll give us away if anyone were to see!
                • Player: Good point. I suppose I'd better sort out a disguise for myself.
                • Arianwyn: I'll be here when you're ready.
              • If you are wearing full Mourner gear:
                • Arianwyn: Okay, the enchanted teleport crystal should link the two of us temporarily. You go first and quickly feedback if the coast is clear. If it is, I'll be able to use the remaining power to teleport in after you.
                • Player: Got it - send me first to get eaten by dark beasts.
                • You teleport to the Temple of Light entrance
                • Player: Okay, Arianwyn, it looks clear!
                • Arianwyn teleports to the Temple of Light entrance
                • Player: You made it! Welcome to the Temple of Light! Follow me, I'll take you through to Thorgel.
                • Arianwyn: Okay, I'm with you.
          • Let me do a few things first.
            • Player: Let me do a few things first.
  • Player: Remind me about what has happened so far.
    • Arianwyn: You are the one who has got us this far and you're saying you've forgotten?
    • Player: Of course not, it's just that so much has happened.
    • Arianwyn: Fine, then. What would you like your memory refreshing about?
      • What would you like to say?
        • The Death Guard and mourners.
          • Player: The Death Guard and mourners.
          • Arianwyn: Well, where to start? For one thing, they are, in fact, one and the same. The Death Guard are a group of dark elves obsessed with bringing the Dark Lord back to our lands. They used King Lathas's greed against him - Lathas wants to conquer Camelot and saw helping the Death Guard as a way of doing so.
          • Player: Ah, yes, I'm remembering now...and you opened the sealed message I was carrying, which exposed Lathas as a traitor to me.
          • Arianwyn: That's right, but Lathas himself seems to have been used. While it was he who had Tyras killed...and who staged the plague to stop the threat of Iban on Ardougne, it turns out the Death Guard are just using him.
          • Player: Yes, I recall them saying they overstated the threat so as to scare him into faking the plague and handing over West Ardougne for them to run.
          • Arianwyn: And in doing so, they set up the outpost beneath West Ardougne and, ovre time, that's granted them access to the caverns below, where they hope to find the Temple of Light.
          • Player: Great, thanks for that reminder, Arianwyn.
          • Arianwyn: No problem, Player. Anything else?
            • The Death Guard and mourners.
              • (Same as above)
            • The Temple of Light.
              • (Same as below)
            • That's all, thanks.
              • (Same as below)
        • The Temple of Light.
          • Player: The Temple of Light.
          • Arianwyn: As we both know, the temple, is in fact, a massive safeguard to protect the Death Altar.
          • Player: And that's it?
          • Arianwyn: In my opinion, no. The temple is a testament to elven craftsmanship. Although it protects the altar, there has to be more to it. Our great ancestors - the elder elves who founded Prifddinas - are the ones who built it.
          • Player: The elder elves?
          • Arianwyn: You only need to look at the temple to see their skill was on a different level to our own. With all the threats of the Dark Lord, the dark elves and the dangers beyond Arandar, the elders disappeared, along with the city of Prifddinas.
          • Player: What do you mean? How can a city disappear?
          • Arianwyn: A good question, Player. Our great capital no longer exists - it just disappeared from the map along with the elders. I fear it lost forever.
          • Player: I'm still confused! How can a city just disappear?
          • Arianwyn: I don't have that answer for you, good or evil may be behind its disappearance. I hope only to find it once more, if it even still exists.
          • Player: But what of the mourners heading over Arandar - I've seen them come out of Prifddinas's east gate!
          • Arianwyn: I've studied their movements extensively, Player. Are you sure they really came out of that gate?
          • Arianwyn: Anything else?
            • The Death Guard and mourners.
              • (Same as above)
            • The Temple of Light.
              • (Same as above)
            • That's all, thanks.
              • (Same as below)
        • That's all, thanks.
          • Player: That's all, thanks.
  • Actually, don't worry.
    • Player: Actually, don't worry.

After completing all three tasks Edit

  • Player: Hey, Arianwyn, are you ready to teleport to the Temple of Light?
  • Arianwyn: Well, we've got everything we need. I'm ready to go, are you?
    • What would you like to say?
      • I'm ready, let's go.
        • (Same as above)
      • Let me do a few things first.
        • (Same as above)

If you wander too far away from the entrance of the Temple of Light—but still at a distance from the Mourner Tunnels: 

Arianwyn: Player, we've got to stay focused here. I suggest you lead me the correct way to Thorngel, else I'll have to leave for Lletya.

If you wander even farther awaytoo close to the entrance of the Mourner Tunnels: 

  • Arianwyn teleports to Lletya
  • Arianwyn: Sorry, Player, we've been wandering too far in the wrong direction. I'm going back to Lletya - meet me there when you want to attempt this journey again.

If you teleport out of the Temple of Light: 

  • Arianwyn: Player, we've got to stay focused here. I suggest you lead me the correct way to Thorngel, else I'll have to leave for Lletya.
  • Arianwyn teleports to Lletya
  • Arianwyn: Sorry, Player, we've been wandering too far in the wrong direction. I'm going back to Lletya - meet me there when you want to attempt this journey again.

Attacks by shadows Edit

As Arianwyn attacks shadows, he may say any of the following at random:

  • I'll handle this one!
  • Leave this place!
  • Allow me!
  • Shadow begone!
  • (Nothing)

At the Temple of LightEdit

Talking to Arianwyn Edit

  • Arianwyn: Wow, I can't believe I'm actually here. This is elven history!
    • What would you like to say?
      • Talk about what's happened so far.
        • Player: Remind me about what has happened so far.
          • (Same as above)
      • So, what do you think of the temple?
        • Player: So, what do you think of the temple?
          • Arianwyn: It's amazing, and complicated to say the least. Where do we go next?
            • Outside the temple: 
              • Player: The temple is to the west. Follow me and we'll go inside.
              • Arianwyn: Okay, following you.
            • Inside the temple near the entrance: 
              • Player: The crystal here is familiar, I remember going up the stairs near it - let's go.
              • Arianwyn: Okay, lead the way.
            • First floor of the temple at the top of the stairs near the entrance: 
              • Player: Ah, I remember this area...I went south. There is a small staircase that we need to climb up.
              • Arianwyn: Okay, following you.
            • Second floor of the temple: 
              • Player: Next we go north - the stairs there lead down towards where Thorgel is.
            • Final room of the temple and other areas within the temple: 
              • Player: Thorgel's on the bottom floor of the temple in the room on the west side. Let's head there.
              • Arianwyn: Okay, lead the way.
      • Can you leave me alone?
        • Player: Can you leave me alone?
        • Arianwyn: Fine, but this will need investigating further. Come get me again in Lletya when you're ready to finish up.
        • Arianwyn teleports to Lletya

At the Death Altar Edit

Reaching Thorgel Edit

Passing through the light door Edit

  • You step through the white light.

Investigating the energised pillar before talking to Thorgel Edit

  • Player: I'm not sure it's wise to do that until I've brought Arianwyn to Thorgel.

Meeting Thorgel Edit

  • Player: We made it! And both still in one piece too.
  • Thorgel: Wow, I can't believe you got Arianwyn here safely. I never thought I'd see the day.
  • Player: Thanks. I guess I should leave you to fill him in on the news.
  • Thorgel: Much appreciated, Player, he will probably have something for you to do while we catch up, so I'll let you speak with him first.
  • Arianwyn: I'm going to speak with Thorgel and let him update me on the situation down here.
  • Player: No problem. Do you need me to do anything?
  • Arianwyn: Yes, if you don't mind taking a quick look at the pillar itself. the energy from it didn't seem dangerous to you, so I imagine you can touch it. Let us know your findings, if any.
  • Player: I'll get right on it.

Checking the pillar Edit

Investigating the energised pillar—a flash of lightning appears with a thunderclap sound: 

  • The pillar seems to do no harm. The energy it produces reminds you of the power crystal in the Temple of Light

Informing Arianwyn Edit

First time Edit

  • Player: It's strange, Arianwyn, very strange.
  • Arianwyn: What's wrong, Player? What's strange?
  • Player: It's hard to describe, but all that time I spent down here, getting that crystal trinket powered up...I guess I got used to the energy of this place.
  • Arianwyn: What are you saying?
  • Player: I'm saying that the energy of that pillar really reminds me of the crystal trinket and the copy you gave me, as if they are somehow linked.
    • If you have the crystal trinket with you: 
      • Player: Luckily, I've got that trinket on me. I guess the next thing to do is to try using on the pillar.
      • Arianwyn: Okay, but be careful. Although the energy appears not to cause you harm, who knows what it's really capable of.
    • If you do not have the crystal trinket with you: 
      • Player: I lost that crystal trinket you gave me.
      • Arianwyn: Just as well I have another...here.
      • Player: Thanks! I guess the next thing to do is to try using on the pillar.
      • Arianwyn: Okay, but be careful. Although the energy appears not to cause you harm, who knows what it's really capable of.

Afterward Edit

  • What would you like to talk about?
    • Within the Light.
      • (Same as above)
    • Replacement crystal trinket.
      • Player: I lost that crystal trinket you gave me.
      • Arianwyn: I have another, here.
      • Arianwyn hands you a new crystal trinket.
      • Player: Thanks a lot, Arianwyn.
      • Arianwyn: Keep a more careful eye on it next time.

The crystal trinket Edit

The pillar reacts Edit

Passing through the light door Edit

  • You step through the white light.

Using the trinket on the pillar Edit

Light emanates from the trinket in a flash every few seconds
  • Player: Wow! That was different. I'd better let Arianwyn know what happened.

Thorgel sees Edit

  • Player: Did you see that, Thorgel?
  • Thorgel: Yes! You seemed to spark a serious reaction out of that pillar. It seems like the trinket was linked after all.
  • Player: I think the trinket worked, but it was too small to deal with whatever the pillar was trying to do.
  • Thorgel: I'd definitely speak with Arianwyn about this - he'll know what to do.

Explaining to Arianwyn Edit

First time Edit

  • Player: Well, things just went from strange to... something else!
  • Arianwyn: Sorry, I was deep in conversation with Thorgel here and missed it - what happened?
  • Player: It looks like my hunch was right. The pillar's energy is similar to the trinket's, as they sparked a sort of reaction with each other. It felt as if the trinket was too small to contain the energy, though.
  • Arianwyn: Well, it seems you may have some link to this energy. I would say the plan of action is clear.
  • Player: I'm not going to like this, am I?
  • Arianwyn: If the trinket it too small, try something bigger... like yourself!
  • Player: Or we could try you?
  • Arianwyn: No, it's clear you have some sort of link with this energy. Besides, I need to be on hand in case something does happen.
    • But you're a similar size to me!
      • Player: But you're a similar size to me!
      • Arianwyn: Ten out of ten for observation, now let's get on with this.
      • Player: ...
        • (Continues below)
    • What do you mean if something bad happens?
      • Player: What do you mean if something bad happens?
      • Arianwyn: I meant only IF something bad happens. Shall we get on with this?
        • (Continues below)
    • I'm not even going to argue.
      • Player: I'm not even going to argue.
        • (Continues below)
  • Arianwyn: Okay, while this may sound dangerous, I'm sure it's straightforward. Just repeat the process of how you made the trinket.
  • Player: Well, I took the trinket to the Death Altar, where it charged, then I placed it with the power crystal on the third floor of the temple.
  • Arianwyn: It's no different, then. Hop onto the Death Altar and then get to the power crystal.
  • Player: What do you mean 'hop onto the Death Altar'?
  • Arianwyn: Thorgel? Care to help Player up?
  • Thorgel: Sure, I'll meet you at the altar, Player
  • Thorgel goes to the death altar

Afterward Edit

  • Arianwyn: What are you doing out here? Get to the Death Altar.
    • If Arianwyn has not yet given you a death talisman
      • Player: Sure thing... I don't suppose you have a death talisman I could have?
      • Arianwyn: Sure, it's my only one though - no replacements.

Jumping onto the Death Altar Edit

Taking Thorgel's help Edit

Before jumping onto the altar Edit

  • Player: I think I need to get up on the altar, Thorgel...
  • Thorgel: Indeed, are you ready for me to help you up?
    • I think I can climb up on my own, thanks.
      • Player: I think I can climb up on my own, thanks.
      • Thorgel: I have no doubt that is true, but I have to help. We can't risk you damaging the altar as you climb up. Okay, here we go!
    • Okay, let's do this.
      • Player: Okay, let's do this.
      • Thorgel: Okay, here we go!
      • You hop onto the death altar and get charged with energy
      • Thorgel: Wow! I can't imagine that charge will last forever. You'd better get to the power crystal in the Temple of Light before it wears off.
    • Not right now.
      • Player: Not right now.
      • Thorgel: Okay, well, I'll be here when you're ready.

After you are energised Edit

  • Thorgel: You're already energised, so don't waste time speaking to me - you'd best get moving before the charge runs out!

Charged with energy Edit

Entering the Death Altar through the mysterious ruins: 

  • You feel a powerful force take hold of you.

Leaving the Death Altar through the exit portal: 

  • You step through the portal.

Passing through the light door: 

  • You step through the white light.

Talking to Arianwyn while charged with energy: 

  • Arianwyn: Wow, look at all that energy! You'd better get moving before it fades.

If the charge from the Death Altar wears off before you investigate the energised pillar in time: 

  • You feel the energy of the Death Altar dissipate around you.

Investigating the crystal: 

  • The crystal empowers the energy within you.

If the charge from the crystal wears off before you investigate the energised pillar in time: 

  • You feel the energy of the crystal dissipate around you.

Investigating the light pillar while not yet charged or after the charge wears off: 

  • Player: I'll need to energise myself like Arianwyn said if I hope to get a reaction out of this.

Light puzzleEdit

You are teleported to a light puzzle area and look around
  • Player: Well, that door's got to be the way forward. I just need a way to open it.
  • Player: There are four light switches on the wall near the door. They must have something to do with it.
  • Player: Another light beam? It must be involved somehow.

Searching the body of the dead slave on the floor to retrieve the notes

  • You search the body...
  • ...and find some delicate-looking notes.

After shooting the crystal ballista to hit the target successfully: 

  • As you hit the target the area far below shakes violently, as if something is being revealed.

Searching the body of the elf messenger in the corridor of light to retrieve the Prifddinas report

  • You search the body...
  • ...and find some sort of elven report.

After reading the Prifddinas report: 

  • Player: That was quite the read. I'd better get back to Arianwyn and show him this discovery.

Prifddinas revertedEdit

Reporting to ThorgelEdit

  • Thorgel: Hey, Player, Arianwyn said to let you know he couldn't wait any longer. He's gone back to Lletya to make sure it remains safe.
  • Thorgel: How did the investigation go in the temple?
  • Player: I'd say we're one step closer to finding the elven city. It turns out it is underground in crystal seed form! No wonder I've never seen it on a map - it has to be grown!
  • Thorgel: I thought these temples were quite the defences, but reverting a whole city to crystal? That's something else. Don't let me keep you any longer; I think Arianwyn will definitely want to hear of this discovery.

Checking on the GnomeEdit

If you requested the gnome's release from the Head Mourner: 

  • Gnome: Well, I caused a distraction and I didn't see you get caught, so I assume my side of our deal worked. Did you speak to the head mourner about my release?
  • Player: Yes, already done, my short friend. I put in a good word and suggested we release you after your help.
  • Gnome: And?
  • Player: He's considering it. Stay positive!

If you did not request the gnome's release from the Head Mourner: 

  • [missing]

Revealing to ArianwynEdit

  • Arianwyn: Player! I apologise for leaving the temple, I had to return and ensure Lletya was safe while you continued the investigation.
  • Player: Not a problem, Arianwyn, and you won't believe what I've found out.
  • Arianwyn: Tease no further, what have you discovered?
  • Player:  I managed to figure out how to open some more light-locks, which revealed a ladder. I climbed far above the room to trigger a final switch, opening the door below.
  • Arianwyn:  And inside the door?
  • Player:  A dead elf, beneath a rockslide.
  • Arianwyn: An elf? How can it be that an elf has found this place before us?
  • Player: Because I don't think he entered from the temple side. He was clearly heading from where the corridor leads to and must have perished in the rockslide.
  • Arianwyn:  Any clues to who he was?
  • Player: Oh, yes, you might want to take a look at this.
  • You show Arianwyn the report.
  • Arianwyn: I can't believe it! Prifddinas has been reverted to crystal form? They must have reverted everything behind the city walls!
  • Player: You said this might lead to the discovery of what happened to the elders and Prifddinas. It looks like it has!
  • Arianwyn: Amazing news; great working with you, Player. I'll send word to Thorgel right away and see if he can get some of his men energised like you were, now we know it's safe. As you've opened the doors, they can get in there and begin clearing the rubble.
  • Player: Sounds like a plan. Let me know if you need my help again.
  • Arianwyn: I will do, thanks again!
    Congratulations, Quest Complete!

Post-quest dialogue Edit

Eluned Edit

If you have not yet unlocked the option for the crystal teleport seed to teleport to the Temple of Light

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