"Draxinusom"의 두 판 사이의 차이
(Draxinusom 대화 추가)
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2013년 7월 4일 (목) 09:22 기준 최신판
a large, winged gargoyle of regal bearing.
Not learned Gargish, not submitted :
The gargoyle screams, "An-bal-sil-fer! Klep lem! Por-aylem ter-ort ka!"
Learned Gargish, submitted :
"To be honored by your presence, noble <Avatar Name>. To feel sorrow that matters of state prevent conversation."
"To summon you when proper time for your sacrifice has come."
Learned Gargish, with Beh Lem :
"To refrain from slaying you only because of the presence of the child, False Prophet!"
Subsequent visits :
"To demand to know why you have returned here, False Prophet!"
Intial visit :
"To express astonishment at your audacity, False Prophet!"
"To be named Draxinusom, leader of our race."
If not submitted :
"To demand to know why you have come before me!"
"To be the leader of our race. To have little time to waste chatting with the False Prophet!"
"Flee, False Prophet! To seize you for sacrifice the instant my army returns from the Underworld!"
The gargoyle shows you a crystal amulet dangling from a leather cord.
"Hsss....To consent to wear this?"
no-"Begone, False Prophet! To seize you for sacrifice the instant my army returns from the Underworld!"
If Dupre in party :
Trusted Dupre whispers frantically to you, "You mustn't! It's some sort of magical trap!"
The gargoyle waits impatiently for an answer. "Yes or no, False Prophet?"
no-"To be necessary for surrender! To ask again for your acceptance of this."
yes-"To be suspicious of thy motives..."
The gargoyle hands you the amulet, and you slip the leather loop over your head.
"To surprise me with the nobility of your deed. To no longer be a threat to my people."
"To bid you to travel among my people, talk to them, learn our ways."
"To inform you when the time of your sacrifice has come."
"To have known it all along!"
"To be a fool for trusting the False Prophet for a moment!"
"To be here to surrender?"
yes-"To be willing to die to save my people?"
no-"To grow impatient with your babbling!"
"To grant me your life?"
"To ignore the rhetoric of the False Prophet!"
"To warn you of imminent attack!"