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1 [Before you stands a tall bookish man with spectacles perched on the top of his head. He is oblivious to your presence, as all of his attention is focused on the large tome he has open before him. Suddenly, he becomes aware of your presence and looks up.] Hmm, yes, what may I do for you?
1 [Before you stands a tall bookish man with spectacles perched on the top of his head. He is oblivious to your presence, as all of his attention is focused on the large tome he has open before him. Suddenly, he becomes aware of your presence and looks up.] Hmm, yes, what may I do for you?
2 I need information about L'anamelach.
3 I need information about L'anamelach.
4 I need information about L'anamelach.
5 I need information about L'anamelach.
6 I need information about L'anamelach.
7 I no know why I be here.
8 You were telling me about L'anamelach.
10 [He seems overjoyed to see you] Oh, an half orc! I get so few opportunities to study those of your type. May I examine your head?
10 [He seems overjoyed to see you] Oh, an half orc! I get so few opportunities to study those of your type. May I examine your head?
11 My head? I suppose it can not hurt.
12 I've no time for that. I need information.
13 We've already been through this, and I need some information.
14 I do not need this weirdness.
15 [He seems overjoyed to see you] Oh, an elf! I get so few opportunities to study those of your type. May I examine your head?
15 [He seems overjoyed to see you] Oh, an elf! I get so few opportunities to study those of your type. May I examine your head?
16 My head? I suppose it can not hurt.
17 I've no time for that. I need information.
18 We've already been through this, and I need some information.
19 I do not need this weirdness.
20 [He seems overjoyed to see you] Oh, a dwarf! I get so few opportunities to study those of your type. May I examine your head?
20 [He seems overjoyed to see you] Oh, a dwarf! I get so few opportunities to study those of your type. May I examine your head?
21 My head? I suppose it can not hurt.
22 I've no time for that. I need information.
23 We've already been through this, and I need some information.
24 I do not need this weirdness.
25 [He seems overjoyed to see you] Oh, an half ogre! I get so few opportunities to study those of your type. May I examine your head?
25 [He seems overjoyed to see you] Oh, an half ogre! I get so few opportunities to study those of your type. May I examine your head?
26 My head? I suppose it can not hurt.
27 I've no time for that. I need information.
28 We've already been through this, and I need some information.
29 I do not need this weirdness.
30 [He moves his fingers quickly over the surface of your skull, muttering the whole time. He is obviously enjoying himself.] Yes, yes, of course. Perfect, perfect!
30 [He moves his fingers quickly over the surface of your skull, muttering the whole time. He is obviously enjoying himself.] Yes, yes, of course. Perfect, perfect!
31 Excuse me, I need to ask you about a demon named L'anamelach.
32 Uh, you were about to introduce yourself to me?
39 I need to leave, you've made me extremely uncomfortable.
40 Did you say L'anamelach? By the gods, why did you not say so sooner?
40 Did you say L'anamelach? By the gods, why did you not say so sooner?
41 Uh...can you tell me about him? It's very important.
42 I did, you were too enthralled by my head.
50 [He seems truly upset by your remark.] So few people understand the true advances the sciences can offer...
50 [He seems truly upset by your remark.] So few people understand the true advances the sciences can offer...
51 You're a scientician? I thought you studied magick and demons.
52 About this demon...
60 I am a scholar, involved in research. Magick and science are the opposite sides of the same coin. To be truly knowledgeable, one must study a tremendous variety of things. Specialization is for insects and orcs.
60 I am a scholar, involved in research. Magick and science are the opposite sides of the same coin. To be truly knowledgeable, one must study a tremendous variety of things. Specialization is for insects and orcs.
61 What can you tell me of the demon? It's very important.
70 Yes it is, why do you persist in mucking about? This is serious business.
70 Yes it is, why do you persist in mucking about? This is serious business.
71 I believe he is the Whytechurch murderer.
79 I must be leaving. Good day.
80 I had my suspicions those murders were demonic in nature, but I never suspected L'anamelach. This is bad news, indeed.
80 I had my suspicions those murders were demonic in nature, but I never suspected L'anamelach. This is bad news, indeed.
81 Why is this so bad?
89 I do not have time for these pleasantries. Good day.
90 L'anamelach is one of the few demons that has the ability to possess a living being. As such, he can move among us undetected. In days of old human sacrifices of thousands of victims were required to satiate him once he was summoned. He will be with us for a long time if we do not act to stop him.
90 L'anamelach is one of the few demons that has the ability to possess a living being. As such, he can move among us undetected. In days of old human sacrifices of thousands of victims were required to satiate him once he was summoned. He will be with us for a long time if we do not act to stop him.
91 He was summoned here? To what end?
100 That is a long story, let us simply say that the summoner is paying the penance for the summoning. He is the beast's present host, and has been for the past 500 years. I bet that elf wishes he was possessed of a shorter life span, now.
100 That is a long story, let us simply say that the summoner is paying the penance for the summoning. He is the beast's present host, and has been for the past 500 years. I bet that elf wishes he was possessed of a shorter life span, now.
101 How did it come to possess this elf?
102 I am afraid to ask, but how do I kill it?
110 As I said, it is a long story, but I think I have...ah, yes. Here it is. "The Legend of T'erre d' V'nt". You can read the demon's story in here. [He gives you the book]
110 As I said, it is a long story, but I think I have...ah, yes. Here it is. "The Legend of T'erre d' V'nt". You can read the demon's story in here. [He gives you the book]
111 I'm not much of a reader. Can you give me the highlights?
112 I am afraid to ask, but how do I kill it?
120 You must stab it through the heart with the Blade of Xerxes.
120 You must stab it through the heart with the Blade of Xerxes.
121 Let me guess, it's in a dungeon somewhere, guarded by demons.
122 This thing? [Show him the knife.] I was wondering what it was for.
130 Not just any dungeon - the Pit of Fires deep within the Stonewall Mountains! Forged deep within the underworld by fire demons, it is the only weapon in Arcanum that can be guaranteed to strike the demon down. If one was to try to defeat the demon with anything but the blade, it would be disastrous indeed.
130 Not just any dungeon - the Pit of Fires deep within the Stonewall Mountains! Forged deep within the underworld by fire demons, it is the only weapon in Arcanum that can be guaranteed to strike the demon down. If one was to try to defeat the demon with anything but the blade, it would be disastrous indeed.
131 Why?
140 If the Blade is plunged into the heart of the host, the demon will be sent back to the underworld as the unfortunate host dies. If he is killed by any other method, the demon shall be loosed from the confines of his host, and he will be virtually unstoppable.
140 If the Blade is plunged into the heart of the host, the demon will be sent back to the underworld as the unfortunate host dies. If he is killed by any other method, the demon shall be loosed from the confines of his host, and he will be virtually unstoppable.
141 And that would be bad.
142 So where in the Stonewall mountains is the Pit of Fires?
150 Infinitely so. Are you going to retrieve the Blade to put an end to his rampage?
150 Infinitely so. Are you going to retrieve the Blade to put an end to his rampage?
151 Yes. Where in the Stonewall Mountains is the Pit of Fires?
160 It's simple to find, really. The entrance is a bit southwest of the...no, that's not the best way...it's a bit west of...hmmm. Here, I let me mark your map. It will be simpler that way.
160 It's simple to find, really. The entrance is a bit southwest of the...no, that's not the best way...it's a bit west of...hmmm. Here, I let me mark your map. It will be simpler that way.
161 This ought to be interesting. Good day.
170 You already possess it? What are you standing around here for, then? Go kill the beast.
170 You already possess it? What are you standing around here for, then? Go kill the beast.
171 Good point.
180 I can give you a brief overview. The King of Tarant went suddenly mad. His young mage suspected demonic possession, especially when the king started calling for virgin sacrifices so that he could eat the hearts of the poor victims.
180 I can give you a brief overview. The King of Tarant went suddenly mad. His young mage suspected demonic possession, especially when the king started calling for virgin sacrifices so that he could eat the hearts of the poor victims.
181 Go on.
182 I'll read the rest of it myself, thank you. How do I kill the thing?
190 Well, the elven mage decided to exorcise the demon himself, without much preparation. The king died in the process, and the mage was unable to contain the demon. It killed hundreds of people before the mage was able to stop it.
190 Well, the elven mage decided to exorcise the demon himself, without much preparation. The king died in the process, and the mage was unable to contain the demon. It killed hundreds of people before the mage was able to stop it.
191 What happened then?
192 I'll read the rest of it myself, thank you. How do I kill the thing?
200 He took the demon into his own body, hoping to be able to control it. Certainly he was brave, but this is not a particularly brilliant course of action. Who in their right mind would try to take a demon into their body, thinking they could contain it? The fact that he was an elf was unfortunate, as their longevity has given the demon a long life on Arcanum.
200 He took the demon into his own body, hoping to be able to control it. Certainly he was brave, but this is not a particularly brilliant course of action. Who in their right mind would try to take a demon into their body, thinking they could contain it? The fact that he was an elf was unfortunate, as their longevity has given the demon a long life on Arcanum.
201 So he's been at large all this time?
202 I'll read the rest of it myself, thank you. How do I kill the thing?
210 Not exactly. He wandered Arcanum, killing wantonly until, it is believed, he was buried alive. Around the time he disappeared, an enormous underground explosion was recorded in the catacombs beneath Caladon. It would appear that he gained control over the beast long enough to drag himself underground and use his magicks to collapse the tunnels.
210 Not exactly. He wandered Arcanum, killing wantonly until, it is believed, he was buried alive. Around the time he disappeared, an enormous underground explosion was recorded in the catacombs beneath Caladon. It would appear that he gained control over the beast long enough to drag himself underground and use his magicks to collapse the tunnels.
211 So that's why he's in the sewers?
212 I'll read the rest of it myself, thank you. How do I kill the thing?
230 Exactly. I believe he was released when they began expanding the sewer system some months ago. He seems to have regained his partial control over the demon, as evidenced by his choice of victims. Obviously, he has some sort of moral objection to their profession.
230 Exactly. I believe he was released when they began expanding the sewer system some months ago. He seems to have regained his partial control over the demon, as evidenced by his choice of victims. Obviously, he has some sort of moral objection to their profession.
231 How do I kill the beast?
232 So why did he write his name in blood? Green blood, at that?
240 Ah, the famed demon killer returns! Good day to you, madam.
240 Ah, the famed demon killer returns! Good day to you, sir.
241 You needn't feel too bad about failing in your quest to kill the demon. Many have tried, but it took someone of Payne's caliber to succeed.
241 You needn't feel too bad about failing in your quest to kill the demon. Many have tried, but it took someone of Payne's caliber to succeed.
250 Ah, but that is the eternal question, is it not? Why are any of us here?
250 Ah, but that is the eternal question, is it not? Why are any of us here?
251 I hungry.
260 As am I, as am I. The hunger for knowledge is a strong drive. I can see that you share my love for the tomes of knowledge. Philosophy, Magicks, even Scientific wonders are all contained within these books [he gestures, indicating all the books around him].
260 As am I, as am I. The hunger for knowledge is a strong drive. I can see that you share my love for the tomes of knowledge. Philosophy, Magicks, even Scientific wonders are all contained within these books [he gestures, indicating all the books around him].
261 Books hard to read. I not smart.
262 I gots ta go.
270 While it is true that some of these works are a bit on the difficult side to plough through, you mustn't sell your intellect short. We all feel less than brilliant at times, my friend.
270 While it is true that some of these works are a bit on the difficult side to plough through, you mustn't sell your intellect short. We all feel less than brilliant at times, my friend.
271 No, I really stupid.
272 You smart guy.
273 I gots ta go.
280 [He pulls his glasses over his eyes and takes a closer look at you.] The sloping brow, the dazed look in the eyes...yes, I believe you are correct, you are a complete imbecile.
280 [He pulls his glasses over his eyes and takes a closer look at you.] The sloping brow, the dazed look in the eyes...yes, I believe you are correct, you are a complete imbecile.
281 Thank you.
290 Very kind of you to notice, madam. I, uh...[He pulls his glasses over his eyes and takes a closer look at you.] The sloping brow, the dazed look in the eyes...hmm. You are a complete imbecile.
290 Very kind of you to notice, sir. I, uh...[He pulls his glasses over his eyes and takes a closer look at you.] The sloping brow, the dazed look in the eyes...hmm. You are a complete imbecile.
291 Thank you.
300 Obviously the host is trying to let us know which demon is responsible for this mayhem, so that we may find an effective way to stop him. The blood was the demon's own, and I suspect he was cutting himself to use the pain as a focus to exert his will over the demons, if only temporarily.
300 Obviously the host is trying to let us know which demon is responsible for this mayhem, so that we may find an effective way to stop him. The blood was the demon's own, and I suspect he was cutting himself to use the pain as a focus to exert his will over the demons, if only temporarily.
301 How do I kill this thing?
310 [Before you stands a tall bookish man with spectacles perched on the top of his head. He is oblivious to your presence, as all of his attention is focused on a telegram. Suddenly, he becomes aware of your presence and looks up.] Oh, excuse me, I get so involved in these telegrams people send me. I get questions from everywhere about demons. Amazing, really.
310 [Before you stands a tall bookish man with spectacles perched on the top of his head. He is oblivious to your presence, as all of his attention is focused on a telegram. Suddenly, he becomes aware of your presence and looks up.] Oh, excuse me, I get so involved in these telegrams people send me. I get questions from everywhere about demons. Amazing, really.
318 I no know why I be here.
330 [He seems overjoyed to see you] Oh, an half orc! I get so few opportunities to study those of your type. May I examine your head?
330 [He seems overjoyed to see you] Oh, an half orc! I get so few opportunities to study those of your type. May I examine your head?
331 My head? I suppose it can not hurt.
339 I do not need this weirdness.
340 [He seems overjoyed to see you] Oh, an elf! I get so few opportunities to study those of your type. May I examine your head?
340 [He seems overjoyed to see you] Oh, an elf! I get so few opportunities to study those of your type. May I examine your head?
341 My head? I suppose it can not hurt.
349 I do not need this weirdness.
350 [He seems overjoyed to see you] Oh, a dwarf! I get so few opportunities to study those of your type. May I examine your head?
350 [He seems overjoyed to see you] Oh, a dwarf! I get so few opportunities to study those of your type. May I examine your head?
351 My head? I suppose it can not hurt.
359 I do not need this weirdness.
360 [He seems overjoyed to see you] Oh, an half ogre! I get so few opportunities to study those of your type. May I examine your head?
360 [He seems overjoyed to see you] Oh, an half ogre! I get so few opportunities to study those of your type. May I examine your head?
361 My head? I suppose it can not hurt.
369 I do not need this weirdness.
370 Yes, yes, of course. You will have to excuse my excitement, I am new to this whole phrenology discipline. My colleague, professor Gershwin, is doing wonderful things in the field. By way of introduction, I am Professor Eakins, Scientician and Expert of Demonology.
370 Yes, yes, of course. You will have to excuse my excitement, I am new to this whole phrenology discipline. My colleague, professor Gershwin, is doing wonderful things in the field. By way of introduction, I am Professor Eakins, Scientician and Expert of Demonology.
371 Scientician and demonologist? You're mixing magick and science?
372 Scientician and demonologist? You're mixing magick and science?
373 I need information about L'anamelach.
380 I am a scholar, involved in research. Magick and science are the opposite sides of the same coin. To be truly knowledgeable, one must study a tremendous variety of things. Specialization is for insects and orcs.
380 I am a scholar, involved in research. Magick and science are the opposite sides of the same coin. To be truly knowledgeable, one must study a tremendous variety of things. Specialization is for insects and orcs.
381 What can you tell me about demonology?
382 What can you tell me about your scientific endeavors?
383 I need information about L'anamelach.
389 I must be going. Good day.
390 Well, it concerns the study of demons, obviously. Heh. I was just thinking about a rather humorous one, actually. Name of Gorgoth.
390 Well, it concerns the study of demons, obviously. Heh. I was just thinking about a rather humorous one, actually. Name of Gorgoth.
391 Can you tell me about it?
392 What can you tell me about your scientific endeavors?
393 Can you tell me about it?
394 I need information about L'anamelach.
399 I must be going. Good day.
400 Gorgoth was a mindless demon, roaming the countryside. He had an insatiable appetite, and would eat anything he came across. And [he chuckles], this is the funny part, he happened upon a village of halflings and ate them all! It seems he had a sweet tooth for halflings! Hah! Isn't that great?
400 Gorgoth was a mindless demon, roaming the countryside. He had an insatiable appetite, and would eat anything he came across. And [he chuckles], this is the funny part, he happened upon a village of halflings and ate them all! It seems he had a sweet tooth for halflings! Hah! Isn't that great?
401 Uh, I guess. What happened to him?
410 Oh, he was banished to some other realm or some such nonsense. That's what they used to do with troublemakers back in those days.
410 Oh, he was banished to some other realm or some such nonsense. That's what they used to do with troublemakers back in those days.
420 I wish there were more to tell, actually. I am just scratching the surface of the new ways of scientificdom, such as my exploring of phrenology. Science will solve all the world's ills within fifty years, you know.
420 I wish there were more to tell, actually. I am just scratching the surface of the new ways of scientificdom, such as my exploring of phrenology. Science will solve all the world's ills within fifty years, you know.
430 Yes, what questions may I answer for you?
430 Yes, what questions may I answer for you?
431 What can you tell me about your scientific endeavors?
432 What can you tell me about demonology?
433 I need information about L'anamelach.
440 Gorgoth was a mindless demon, roaming the countryside. He had an insatiable appetite, and would eat anything he came across. And [he chuckles], this is the funny part, he happened upon a village of halflings and ate them all! It seems he had a sweet tooth for...[he stops abruptly, perhaps realizing that you're a halfling.] Oh, uh, I suppose it wasn't that funny after all.
440 Gorgoth was a mindless demon, roaming the countryside. He had an insatiable appetite, and would eat anything he came across. And [he chuckles], this is the funny part, he happened upon a village of halflings and ate them all! It seems he had a sweet tooth for...[he stops abruptly, perhaps realizing that you're a halfling.] Oh, uh, I suppose it wasn't that funny after all.
450 I am a scholar, involved in research. Magick and science are the opposite sides of the same coin. To be truly knowledgeable, one must study a tremendous variety of things. Specialization is for insects and orcs..uh, I mean ogres. I am sorry, I meant no offense. A slip of the tongue, you see.
450 I am a scholar, involved in research. Magick and science are the opposite sides of the same coin. To be truly knowledgeable, one must study a tremendous variety of things. Specialization is for insects and orcs..uh, I mean ogres. I am sorry, I meant no offense. A slip of the tongue, you see.
451 Quite alright. What can you tell me about your scientific studies?
452 Quite alright. What can you tell me about demonology?
459 I've never been so insulted in my entire life! Good day, sir!
460 Have you dispatched that dreaded L'anamelach?
460 Have you dispatched that dreaded L'anamelach?
461 Not yet, but I am working on it.
462 Yes, I did.
470 We all owe you our thanks, good sir.
470 We all owe you our thanks, madam.
471 It was nothing.
472 I should say so.
480 I will be getting back to my studies now, if you will excuse me.
480 I will be getting back to my studies now, if you will excuse me.
490 [Professor Eakins barely looks up from the enormous tome he is engrossed in as he nods to you.]
490 [Professor Eakins barely looks up from the enormous tome he is engrossed in as he nods to you.]




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