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Valentine's Day EventEdit

Before the eventEdit

First dayEdit

  • Wizard Deedit: Times by the three, and carry the nine...
  • Player: Excuse me?
  • Wizard Deedit: Oh sorry, I didn't see you there. How can I help?
    • Player: Who are you?
      • Wizard Deedit: My name is Deedit. I'm a wizard. A pretty good one at that I'd like to think, although recently I've been branching out.
        • Player: Branching out? What are you doing?
          • Wizard Deedit: Oh yes, I'm dabbling in a bit of invention. Have you heard of it? Jolly interesting subject.
          • Wizard Deedit: So many possibilities.
          • (Dialogue continues to "What are you doing?")
        • Player: Goodbye.
          • (Dialogue terminates.)
    • Player: What are you doing?
      • Wizard Deedit: I'm having a little scout around. This seems like the perfect area for a bit of an experiment.
      • Wizard Deedit: Give my new idea a bit of a whirl. Just have to choose the right spot.
      • Wizard Deedit: Well, time waits for no man, not even a wizard.
    • Player: Goodbye.

Second and third dayEdit

  • Wizard Deedit: Section nine slots into part eleventy-two...
  • (If talked to on the first day:)
    • Wizard Deedit: Excuse me? Oh, it's you again.
    • Player: How's the experiment going? It looks like you chose a location for it.
    • Wizard Deedit: Yes, I did indeed. I believe this is the perfect spot for it all to go tickety-boo!
    • (Continues below.)
  • (If not talked to on the first day:)
    • Player: Excuse me?
    • Wizard Deedit: Oh sorry, I didn't see you there. How can I help?
    • Player: Who are you?
    • Wizard Deedit: My name is Deedit. I'm a wizard. A pretty good one at that I'd like to think, although recently I've been branching out.
    • Player: Branching out? What are you doing?
    • Wizard Deedit: Oh yes, I'm dabbling in a bit of invention. Have you heard of it? Jolly interesting subject.
    • Wizard Deedit: So many possibilities.
    • Wizard Deedit: I'm doing an experiment. It's all going tickety-boo so far, and will be finished very soon.
    • (Continues below.)
  • Player: And what is it?
  • Wizard Deedit: My little experiment. Don't you remember? - I'm dabbling.
  • Player: Yes, but in what?
  • Wizard Deedit: Ah, all shall become clear. In the meantime, I need to keep working.

Talking to after the daily dialogueEdit

  • Wizard Deedit: Time waits for no man, not even a wizard. Must keep working.

During the part I of the eventEdit

  • (First time only:)
    • Player: So, how did the experiment go?
    • Wizard Deedit: Not very well, it seems my machine went a bit haywire.
    • (Continues below.)
  • (Only on 100% loved up level and if not asked last:)
    • Why can't I help any more?
      • Wizard Deedit: You're only be able to help out so much each day, before you start feeling the affects[sic] of the devotion rocks as well.[sic]
      • Wizard Deedit: I believe that Alice has been able to concoct a counteragent to the affects[sic] of the dust, but it only lasts for a short time.
      • Wizard Deedit: I'd use some myself but I daren't leave the crater while my machine is unstable.
      • Counteragent can be won on Treasure Hunter while the rocks are still being demolished.
      • (Returns to the previous options.)
  • (Only if not asked last:)
    • What's happened?
      • Wizard Deedit: Well, the machine I made, to bring about love and harmony, had built up energy, and released it as it should have.
      • Wizard Deedit: But I think it might have been a bit too powerful.
      • Wizard Deedit: It seems to have dislodged these giant rocks, which have fallen down to Gielinor.
      • Player: What are the rocks made of?
      • Wizard Deedit: They seem to be made of some kind of solidified happiness.
      • Wizard Deedit: So, in that way, the machine worked.
      • Wizard Deedit: The rocks appear to make people who interact with them really happy and calm, and, well, a bit loved up.
      • Wizard Deedit: I've named them devotion rocks.
      • Player: That's a good thing, then, right?
      • Wizard Deedit: Yes, and at the same time, a resounding no.
      • Wizard Deedit: It looks like they will stop people being able to go about their daily tasks.
      • Wizard Deedit: They get so happy that they want to do nothing else but be happy.
      • Wizard Deedit: It's localised to the crater now, thankfully, but it looks like the effect is starting to spread.
      • Wizard Deedit: So we need to clear away the rocks before everyone in Gielinor stops being able to do anything.
      • Player: So the rocks are the priority?
      • Wizard Deedit: Partially. It seems that the little creatures you can see around came down with the rocks, and they appear to be agitated.
      • Wizard Deedit: They look like they are guardians of the rocks, somehow.
      • Wizard Deedit: We should make sure that they stay calm and happy until I can work out how to get them to go back home.
      • Wizard Deedit: They seem to feed off the happiness from the rocks. So if you can give it to them in a more concentrated way, they should start to become pacified.
      • Wizard Deedit: I also need to fix the machine, it's going to be important to undo all of the side effects of my experiment.
      • Wizard Deedit: And, of course, for any of my future experiments.
      • Wizard Deedit: But, I am too happy to complete all of this on my own.
      • Wizard Deedit: So I need as much help as possible.
      • (Returns to the previous options.)
  • (Only if not asked last:)
    • What do you need people to do?
      • Wizard Deedit: The devotion rocks need to be broken down.
      • Wizard Deedit: Your mining and smithing skills can be used to do that, and you can deposit the leftover dust in the crate by the unity machine.
      • Wizard Deedit: The sprites need pacifying. I think if we get them to interact with the dust that the rocks are being broken down into, we can calm them.
      • Wizard Deedit: So, if you can use the dust that has been collected in the crate with your hunting or herblore skills you can help out that way.
      • Wizard Deedit: Alternatively, the machine itself needs fixing.
      • Wizard Deedit: You can help with Invention, by disassembling the dust and adding it to the machine, or you can focus on using some Magic fix it.[sic]
      • (Returns to the previous options.)
  • (Only if not asked last:)
    • Are there any rewards?
      • Wizard Deedit: I wish I could help out more, but as I said, the dust has affected me already.
      • Wizard Deedit: However, I can give you some rewards for your help, to say thank you.
      • Wizard Deedit: You can have your choice of rewards, including a bunch of flowers and a staff of devotion.
      • You can unlock your rewards by choosing the claim rewards option.
      • (Returns to the previous options.)
  • Goodbye.
    • Wizard Deedit: Happy wanderings. May all your inspirations come easily.

During the part II of the eventEdit

When talked toEdit

First timeEdit
  • Wizard Deedit: The devotion rocks have been removed, which is great, but we have another problem.
  • Player: What's happened now? It's not another experiment is it?
  • Wizard Deedit: No, no, although I will have to look at the data I get out of this...
  • Player: What did you say the problem was?
  • Wizard Deedit: Ah yes, the problem. Well, the sprites, that guarded the rocks, seem to have become lost and forgotten their way home.
  • Wizard Deedit: It looks like they need a bit of encouragement. That's where you come in.
  • Player: What do you need me to do?
  • Wizard Deedit: I've tried shooing them, but they don't seem to even see me. I have a theory though, that I believe will work.
  • Wizard Deedit: If you can dress up like one of the sprites you should be able to get their attention, and then you can shoo them back home.
  • Player: I don't suppose you have a costume do you?
  • Wizard Deedit: Ah, if only life was so easy. I don't think it will be difficult to create one though. A whole host of fabric scraps came down with the sprites and hearts.
  • Wizard Deedit: Almost like packaging around the rocks, I suppose...
  • Player: You've got distracted again.
  • Wizard Deedit: Oh I have, haven't I? Well, this fabric packaging, if you gather it all up, I can make a pretty snazzy costume for you.
  • Wizard Deedit: It's all spread all over the world. It floated far and wide as it came down, so you should be able to find lots wherever you go.
  • Wizard Deedit: Collect it up and bring it back to me and then we can shoo the little sprites back to their homes.
    • Where can I get fabric scraps?
      • Player: Where can I get fabric scraps?
      • Wizard Deedit: They were scattered far and wide, so I would think you should find them during your everyday activities.
      • Wizard Deedit: I'd try just doing your normal routine and see if any scraps shake themselves loose.
      • (Returns to the previous options.)
    • What do you plan to do with these fabric scraps?
      • Player: What do you plan to do with these fabric scraps?
      • Wizard Deedit: I'll make them into a lovely costume for you, and then you can go and help shoo the little critters back to their homes.
      • Player: Are you sure that will work?
      • Wizard Deedit: Of course, what could possibly go wrong?
      • (Returns to the previous options.)
    • How long will you be here?
      • Player: How long will you be here?
      • Wizard Deedit: Until I know that all of the sprites have gone safely back home.
      • Wizard Deedit: I feel responsible for them, you know?
      • (Returns to the previous options.)
    • Are you planning any more experiments?
      • Player: Are you planning any more experiments?
      • Wizard Deedit: Always thinking ahead, that's what I like to see.
      • Wizard Deedit: I have a few ideas percolating in my head.
      • Wizard Deedit: Are you volunteering to help out with my next experiment?
      • Player: I'm not sure if I'll be available[sic]
      • Wizard Deedit: Well, I'll keep you in mind anyways, for the next big one.
      • (Returns to the previous options.)
    • Bye
      • Wizard Deedit: Happy wanderings. May all your inspirations come easily.
AfterwardsEdit
  • (If there are fabric scraps to hand in:)
  • Wizard Deedit: How's your search for the fabric scraps going?
  • (Shows the options from the first-time chat.)

Handing in fabric scrapsEdit

With rewards to claimEdit

Without fabric scrapsEdit
  • You do not have anything to hand in.
With fabric scrapsEdit
  • Handing in event currency will increase your progress for this event unlocking unique rewards. This will remove currency up to the amount that is required to complete the event.
  • Do you wish to continue?
    • No
      • (Dialogue terminates.)
    • Yes
      • You hand in [X] fabric scraps. You need to hand in [Y] more to complete the event.
      • (Dialogue from claiming rewards occurs.)
With all rewards claimedEdit
  • You have unlocked all of the rewards available for this event. You can convert any remaining currency into consumable rewards.

Claiming rewardsEdit

Without rewards to claim and none claimedEdit

  • Wizard Deedit: You haven't handed in enough fabric scraps for me to be able to make you any rewards.
With rewards to claimEdit
  • (If mystery boxes are obtained:)
    • (If the inventory is full:)
      • You do not have enough inventory space for some of the rewards. Please make some space and try again.
      • (Continues below.)
    • (If there is space in inventory:)
      • Wizard Deedit: There you are!
      • Congratulations, you have been awarded [an/two] event mystery box[es].
      • (Continues below.)
  • (If the Devotion Sprite Tail is unlocked:)
    • Wizard Deedit: There you are!
    • Congratulations, you have unlocked the Devotion Sprite costume tail.
    • (Continues below.)
  • (If the Devotion Sprite Head is unlocked:)
    • Wizard Deedit: There you are!
    • Congratulations, you have unlocked the Devotion Sprite costume head. You can now help shoo the sprites back home.
    • (Continues below.)
  • (If big mystery boxes are obtained:)
    • (If the inventory is full:)
      • You do not have enough inventory space for some of the rewards. Please make some space and try again.
      • (Continues below.)
    • (If there is space in inventory:)
      • Wizard Deedit: There you are!
      • Congratulations, you have been awarded two big event mystery boxes.
      • (Continues below.)
  • (If the devotion sprite pet is obtained:)
    • You have completed the event!
    • Congratulations, you have unlocked the Devotion Sprite pet.
  • You have unlocked [X]/6 of the rewards for the 'Sprites be gone' event.
Without rewards to claim and some claimedEdit
  • Wizard Deedit: You have more rewards to unlock. Collect more fabric scraps to get them.
  • You have unlocked [X]/6 of the rewards for the 'Sprites be gone' event.
With all rewards claimedEdit
  • Wizard Deedit: You've already claimed all of the rewards I have to offer.
  • You have unlocked all of the rewards available for this event. You can convert any remaining currency into consumable rewards.

After the eventEdit

  • (If there are fabric scraps to hand in:)
  • Wizard Deedit: Thank you for helping me return the sprites back to their homes. I still have some time here to thank you for your efforts before I have to head back to my magic studies.
  • (Shows the options from the part II chat.)

NovtumberFestEdit

When talked toEdit

  • Wizard Deedit: What can I do for you?
    • I'd like to help with your research.
      • Wizard Deedit: Would you like to help with my research?
        • Yes!
        • No thanks.
          • Wizard Deedit:Well that's disappointing.
    • Explain to me what's going on again.
      • Player: What are you doing?
      • Wizard Deedit: Why, I am currently researching wolpertingers, fascinating creatures they are!
      • Player: What is a wolpertinger?
      • Wizard Deedit: That's the beauty of it! Is it a rabbit? Is it a wolf? Is it something else? That's what I aim to find out!
      • Wizard Deedit: Now let me tell you, there are 2 different types of wolpertinger.
      • Wizard Deedit: Light wolpertingers and dark wolpertingers.
      • Wizard Deedit: If you zap a light wolpertinger with a light zap it will be sent safely back to the spirit plane!
      • Wizard Deedit: Same as if you zap a dark wolpertinger with a dark zap it will also be sent safely back to the spirit plane!
      • This would give you Summoning XP.
      • Wizard Deedit: However, if you get these the wrong way round the poor wolpertingers will be slain on the spot!
      • This would give you Slayer XP.

When wanting to help out with researchEdit

  • Wizard Deedit: Would you like to help with my research?
    • Yes!
    • No thanks.
      • Wizard Deedit:Well that's disappointing.

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