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Aliases Assistant of Eclesius Quest
Est. Length
Quest Log The Scatterbrained Sorcerer Quest
Requirements
Premium
Level 0
(8 recommended)
Other
Classification Quest
Version 8.5
July 1, 2009
Status Active
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Legend

Eclesius is looking for a new assistant

Location

Around Thais - Eclesius' house, Venore, Kazordoon, Ab'Dendriel, Carlin

Dangers

Bats, a Skunk, Rats, and maybe Wolves, Spiders, Bugs, and Snakes while travelling.

Reward

5350 gp and 10650 experience.


The quest consist of two parts. 5 short tasks are first part and a little longer quests are second part.

Short Tasks

Required Equipment

Sweep

Polish

Feed

Prevent

Method

You have to do some missions and (daily) tasks for Eclesius. The 5 small tasks are: Sweep, Polish, Feed, Exterminate and Prevent. Eclesius says you can do one a day, but you can do them all in whatever timespan you want. Most ingredients you need can be found around Thais or bough in venore.
In order to get inside Eclesius house, you need to step onto the mystic flame inside the door. Only players with a level lower than 20 are going to be able to get in. To start the quest just greet Eclesius by saying Hi, he will ask you if you can assist him on a couple tasks, you will say Yes and then ask what tasks he wants you to do. Choose one among the five tasks he tells you (Sweep, Polish, Feed, Exterminate or Prevent).

Sweep

This is an easily done task. Eclesius asks you to sweep every piece of furniture he has in his living room (the floor he is on also pass through the sealed door) and in his bedroom (next floor up). Just be careful not to use the broom on the Fire Basin or it might burn up and disappear. You don't need to sweep the goldfish bowl and the crystal ball.
Reward: 100 gp and 150 experience points.

Polish

Eclesius needs to polish his crystal ball, but he can't remember what's the recipe for the polish. He asks you can go into his lab (downstairs) and find the recipe there. Once inside the lab you can see a note pinned on the wall right next to the door. It says that you need to melt a honeycomb on the magical oven (that's next to the pinned note) until some wax is extracted and use with a fresh Grave Flower for better consistency.

You can use it to polish Eclesius' crystal ball.

The polish disappears when you use it, so you have to make a new one every day you do this task.
Reward: 150 gp and 200 experience points.

Feed

Eclesius needs you to feed his fish. To do so, you have to prepare the correct recipe. The ingredients can be found on a note pinned on the wall behind the Goldfish Bowl. Once you get all the items (1 ounce of flour, 1 worm, 1 white mushroom, 1 egg and 1 Sling Herb) go to his lab, and place them all on the Magical Blending Device, and pull the lever right next to it. You will get the Fish Flakes.
The fish flakes disappear when you use it, so you have to make a new one every day you do this task.

Use the Fish Flakes on the Goldfish Bowl and report back to Eclesius.
Reward: 150 gp and 250 experience points.

Exterminate

Eclesius wants you to kill the three Bats that are In his attic. You just need to go there, open the door and kill them. DO NOT attack the Cat or you cannot go back in the attic room.
Reward: 200 gp and 250 experience points.

Prevent

Eclesius says that he conducted a small ritual and there is now a demon uberoverlord in his cellar. He needs your help to keep that cage oiled and locked, reinforce the wooden barriers and play some music to calm the demon.

The magical oil disappears when you use it, so you have to make a new one every day you do this task.

  • Use the Magical Key on the cage's closed door in the cellar.
  • Use the Wooden Hammer on the wooden planks right next to the cage's closed door. There are 4 of them.
  • Stand right next to the cage's closed door and play the lyre.

Reward: 250 gp and 300 experience points.

Missions

Mission 1: A Hat for the Sane

  • First start the mission from Eclesius.
  • Head to Venore and Dress for SuccesS Warehouse.
  • Get a Dark Hat from Irmana. You need a minotaur leather and two bat wings for the hat, so be sure to bring them with you before talking to Irmana.
  • It's also good time to buy the Sandals you need for the next mission.
  • Head back to Eclesius.
  • Reward: 1000 gps and 2000 experience points.

Mission 2: Walking on Clouds

  • Talk to Eclesius about a mission.
  • Give him the Sandals and he will give you back.
  • Head downstairs and 'use with' on the large cauldron.
  • Head back to Eclesius.
  • Use the Sandals on a dead skunk, summoned or not, doesn't matter.
  • Head back to Eclesius.
  • Head to White Flower Temple south of Thais and use the Sandals on one of the White Flowers (Alternativly, you can tell Eclesius 'cookies', and you can use a cookie as your good scent). You get Eclesius' Sandals.
  • Head back to Eclesius.
  • Reward: 500 gps and 2000 experience points.

Mission 3: Love's a Wicked Game

  • Find Amarie in the Ab'dendriel library.
  • Talk to her like this. "Study Milkbugs Care Dream Book Poetry Yes Yes Love Dating Yes"
  • Find Grodrik in the Kazordoon tavern.
  • Talk to him like this. "Problems Yes Woman Beer Woman Beer Woman Beer Wishes Lonely Beer Lonely Wishes Beer Wishes Woman Beer Dating Yes",
  • Head back to Eclesius.
  • Ask both 8 questions, look which one is similar (differs from Player to Player).
  • Give both a love potion, not by saying love potion and run away.
  • Push the levers to get the creature.
  • Reward: 750 gps and 2500 experience points.

Mission 4: Books of Many Colours

  • The quest log hopes you don't look it up somewhere! So get a pen and paper and combine the hints, the colours and the book titles to figure the solution.
  • The hints are:
    • The book in the middle of the room is about counter spells.
    • The book about conversions is not blue.
    • The Great Encyclopedia is actually not a large book, nor is it green.
    • The book near the broken bottle is not written by a professor.
    • The light green book is written by a woman.
    • The book about grass growth doesn't have the colour you'd guess.
  • Reward: 1000 experience points.

Mission 5: A Drink to Remember

  • Get to Frodo, ask him.
  • Ask other Thais npcs, quite a few react on eclesius.
  • Go back to eclesius.
  • Go back to the suspected NPC, get the thing through the sewers.
  • Go to the suspected NPC, talk with him about the thing.
  • Go back to Eclesius with the recipe.
  • Reward: 500 gp and 1000 experience points.

Mission 6: The Unhappy Frog

Transcripts

The 5 tasks

Player: hi
Eclesius: Hey, you! You look young and eager. Due to an... err... unfortunate incident I need a new assistant to do some ridiculously easy and tremendously well paid tasks for me. Are you interested?
Player: yes
Eclesius: Really? Err, I mean, of course no sane young adventurer could resist that offer! Good, good! You can drop by every day and do some easy tasks for me. You can start right away!
Player: task
Eclesius: I have five tasks which, ideally, need to be done once a day. Sweep the house, polish my crystal ball, feed my fish, exterminate bats and prevent the apocalypse. ...
Eclesius: ... wow, I remembered them all. Now if you remember to do them and I remember to pay you for it, I think we'll all be very happy! ...
Eclesius: Just remind me of the task you wanted to do and go right ahead, uh... what's your name again?
Player: bye

Sweep

After you finished it:

Player: hi
Eclesius: Oh, welcome back, my most valued assistant! I have got some tasks for you, and maybe also a real mission or two! Uh... what was your name again?
Player: task
Eclesius: I have five tasks which, ideally, need to be done once a day. Sweep the house, polish my crystal ball, feed my fish, exterminate bats and prevent the apocalypse. ...
Player: sweep
Eclesius: Well, what are you waiting for? Sweep all the furniture in the house! Or are you done already?
Player: yes
Eclesius: Yes, indeed. Everything looks clean. That was you!? Well, then, thanks for your hard work. I guess you deserve a little payment, but don't get greedy!

Polish

Player: hi
Eclesius: Oh, welcome back, my most valued assistant! I have got some tasks for you, and maybe also a real mission or two! Uh... what was your name again?
Player: task
Eclesius: I have five tasks which, ideally, need to be done once a day. Sweep the house, polish my crystal ball, feed my fish, exterminate bats and prevent the apocalypse. ...
Player: Polish
Eclesius: Yes, now that you mention it... it was kind of difficult to see anything in my crystal ball earlier on. I fear I'm out of polish for it though. ...
Eclesius: You're going to have to make some yourself, but I can't remember the recipe... anyway, I'll grant you access to my lab. I think you might find what you need to know there. ...
Eclesius: ... if I was considerate enough to write it down somewhere... err, well, thanks in advance!
Player: bye

Afer you finished it:

Player: hi
Eclesius: Oh, welcome back, my most valued assistant! I have got some tasks for you, and maybe also a real mission or two! Uh... what was your name again?
Player: task
Eclesius: I have five tasks which, ideally, need to be done once a day. Sweep the house, polish my crystal ball, feed my fish, exterminate bats and prevent the apocalypse. ...
Player: polish
Eclesius: Yes! I remember! You were supposed to polish my crystal ball, weren't you? Have you done it yet?
Player: yes
Eclesius: You cleaned my crystal ball? Why, that's awfully decent of you. Here's your payment, my hard-working assistant.
Player: bye

Feed

Player: hi
Eclesius: Oh, welcome back, my most valued assistant! I have got some tasks for you, and maybe also a real mission or two! Uh... what was your name again?
Player: task
Eclesius: I have five tasks which, ideally, need to be done once a day. Sweep the house, polish my crystal ball, feed my fish, exterminate bats and prevent the apocalypse. ...
Player: feed
Eclesius: Aah! That stupid fish! Some days ago... well, maybe some weeks.. or longer ago... err, anyway, a travelling merchant sold it to me. ...
Eclesius: He told me that it was a special fish who could learn to talk if fed the right food. I really want that fish to talk, but unfortunately I always forget to feed it. ...
Eclesius: If you could do that for me, that'd be great. You need to create a certain food for it though. It was... uh... demonic essence? With fish fins? Or something? ...
Eclesius: No... that can't be right. The recipe is very likely pinned to the wall above the fish bowl. You can use the magical blender in my lab to mix it. Much appreciated!
Player: bye

After you finished it:

Player: hi
Eclesius: Oh, welcome back, my most valued assistant! I have got some tasks for you, and maybe also a real mission or two! Uh... what was your name again?
Player: task
Eclesius: I have five tasks which, ideally, need to be done once a day. Sweep the house, polish my crystal ball, feed my fish, exterminate bats and prevent the apocalypse. ...
Player: feed
Eclesius: Feed my fish? Oh, right. <scratches head> So... have you fed it?
Player: yes
Eclesius: What were we just talking about...? Ah yes, the fish. Here's your well-deserved reward! By the way, was the linguistic training fruitful? What did it say?
Player: blub
Eclesius: Hum, is that so... well I guess we'll just feed it again later to enhance its wonderful ability.
Player: bye

Exterminate

Player: hi
Eclesius: Oh, welcome back, my most valued assistant! I have got some tasks for you, and maybe also a real mission or two! Uh... what was your name again?
Player: task
Eclesius: I have five tasks which, ideally, need to be done once a day. Sweep the house, polish my crystal ball, feed my fish, exterminate bats and prevent the apocalypse. ...
Player: exterminate
Eclesius: I think I have a bat problem in my attic. All that flapping drives me crazy! I can barely sleep anymore and it's not helping my mood either. ...
Eclesius: I want you to help me exterminate the bats in my attic. I will let you enter the attic, but there is one thing you have to pay attention to. ...
Eclesius: DO NOT, you hear me, DO NOT hurt the little white cat in my attic. She helps keep down the number of bats and is also very warm and cuddly when she sits on my lap. ...
Eclesius: So be careful! Come back to me once you've killed three of those dratted bats.
Player: bye

After you finished it:

Player: hi
Eclesius: Oh, welcome back, my most valued assistant! I have got some tasks for you, and maybe also a real mission or two! Uh... what was your name again?
Player: task
Eclesius: I have five tasks which, ideally, need to be done once a day. Sweep the house, polish my crystal ball, feed my fish, exterminate bats and prevent the apocalypse. ...
Player: exterminate
Eclesius: The bats? They have been quiet for a while now. Were you able to kill a few of the pests?
Player: yes
Eclesius: Ah, fantastic. Thus the soothing silence. I can even focus a little right now. Here's your payment!
Player: bye

Prevent

Player: hi
Eclesius: Oh, welcome back, my most valued assistant! I have got some tasks for you, and maybe also a real mission or two! Uh... what was your name again?
Player: task
Eclesius: I have five tasks which, ideally, need to be done once a day. Sweep the house, polish my crystal ball, feed my fish, exterminate bats and prevent the apocalypse. ...
Player: prevent
Eclesius: Well... this is a rather complicated matter. I... er... have a slight problem in my cellar. Some sort of a... vermin problem, yes. ...
Eclesius: I recently conducted a small ritual to help my former assistant regain his human form, but... err... I must have made a small mistake. Could have happened to anyone, really. ...
Eclesius: Erm... in short, there might be a goblin in my cellar. ...
Eclesius: Okay, I admit it. It's a demon. A... demon uberoverlord. Erm. And... while it was still confused from switching worlds, I managed to lock it up in a cage and ran back up the stairs. ...
Eclesius: I... haven't been down there since, but I do know that we really need to keep that cage locked and in good shape. This task is called 'prevent the apocalypse' for a reason. ...
Eclesius: I think we should keep the door lock oiled in any case. I can create a very effective magical oil containing a hex if you bring me the proper ingredients. There's a list somewhere in my lab. ...
Eclesius: Also, I have a magical key somewhere in my house. We should... err, you should use it on the lock to make sure it's shut tight. ...
Eclesius: Let me think, what else. I think you should get a wooden hammer and use it on all the wooden barriers just in case a nail is loose. ...
Eclesius: And, hmm, maybe some music would also help calm the demon. He gets quite angry at times, you know. And then I can't sleep because of his roaring. I'm thinking of a lyre. Play a lyre in front of his cage. ...
Eclesius: So, you got all that, right? Get the recipe for the magical oil and bring the ingredients to me, find my key and lock the door, use a wooden hammer on the cage barriers and play a lyre. Ahem. Good luck!
Player: bye

Once you got all the ingredients:

Player: hi
Eclesius: Oh, welcome back, my most valued assistant! I have got some tasks for you, and maybe also a real mission or two! Uh... what was your name again?
Player: magical oil
Eclesius: Ah! Have you found the recipe and brought me the necessary ingredients?
Player: yes
Eclesius: Alakaz... erm... Kazordoon? Uhm... A-la-ka-<COUGH>! Here it is! Magical oil for the cage door.
Player: bye

Afer you finished it:

Player: hi
Eclesius: Oh, welcome back, my most valued assistant! I have got some tasks for you, and maybe also a real mission or two! Uh... what was your name again?
Player: task
Eclesius: I have five tasks which, ideally, need to be done once a day. Sweep the house, polish my crystal ball, feed my fish, exterminate bats and prevent the apocalypse. ...
Player: prevent
Eclesius: Did you prevent the apocalypse, my brave assistant?
Player: yes
Eclesius: Door oiled and locked, wood fixed, prisoner calmed. Very good, we can all live happily, at least for one more day. Here's your reward!
Player: bye

Mission 1: A Hat for the Sane

Player: mission
Eclesius: Well, now that you mention it, there is in fact something you could do for me apart from your usual tasks. It's all because of that fool! ...
Eclesius: I can't remember who it was, but someone ruined my favourite hat which used to complete my favourite outfit. It's totally dented! Also there are some suspicious stains on it. It is out of the question for me to wear it in that state!! ...
Eclesius: So I guess I need a new hat. And while we're at it, I want it to be kind of stylish. Also manly. Not pink! And, uh, not too heavy. But since you're my assistant, I'll leave all that up to you. Hehe. ...
Eclesius: Unfortunately I'm not good at sewing, so you might need to find a tailor. I heard they have a large warehouse for clothing in {Venore}. Maybe you can find someone there who could help you with the hat. Will you take on this mission?
Player: yes
Eclesius: <claps hands> How splendid! ... What was it again? Uhm... I can't remember right now, but I feel happy anyway. Just surprise me with whatever you have planned. Hehe.


Once you got the hat


Player: mission
Eclesius: Oh wow. A hat, you say? You've actually brought me a new hat?! How did you know I wanted one? That's almost sweet of you <sniff>. Can I see it?
Player: yes
Eclesius: Ooooh... it's wonderful... it's perfect even! I love it! Here's your reward! You are my number one favourite assistant! Until I forgot why, that is...

Mission 2: Walking on Clouds

Player: mission
Eclesius: Just this morning I noticed a truly horrible smell. It's possible that I have already noticed it several times before and have forgotten it again, but this smell is really very persistent. ...
Eclesius: Embarrassingly, it comes from... my own feet. <sigh> Those sandals I wear have seen their best days. I could really use a new pair. Impregnated with an anti-smelly-feet-hex. ...
Eclesius: Could you get me a pair of sandals? I'm sure that, together, we can solve this problem. Do you have some time spare for this mission?
Player: yes
Eclesius: Okay, fine! Huh? Where to get sandals from? You could consider hunting elves. Or... just find a shoemaker somewhere. I'll wait for you here, It would be socially irresponsible of me to inflict this smell on the general public!

When you got the sandals'

Player: mission
Eclesius: I haven't forgotten a single word I told you. Sandals! Did you bring me a pair?
Player: yes
Eclesius: Yes, that's good quality. Wait, let me put my name on them! There's still a few things to be done before I can wear them though. Remember, the anti-smelly-feet-hex I told you about? You probably don't, but that doesn't matter. I'm patient. ...
Eclesius: The first thing we need to do is disinfect them in boiling water to get rid of all those germs. I suggest you use the large cauldron in my lab since the water there also contains some magical essences. ...
Eclesius: Just use them on the cauldron and then come back. And don't lose my sandals! Or else we'll have to start over with everything.

Go downstairs and usewith on the large cauldron.

Player: mission
Eclesius: You did what?! You put sandals into my cauldron? Oh no! My soup!! I forgot that I was actually preparing dinner. But... oh well. I guess they are clean now. And tasty. Now, for the second step of the process. ...
Eclesius: For the anti-smell-hex, we're going to confront those sandals with a worst-case-scenario. Hehe. I suggest you use them on the fresh corpse of a skunk.. ...
Eclesius: Where can you find skunks, you say? Hum. I think some have made their home in the jungle near Port Hope. Or if you're scared of that, a summoned skunk would probably do the trick too. ...
Eclesius: NO, I can't do the summoning! I don't want to have the smell anywhere near me. Now go, go!

Get a dead skunk either kill one or summon one and kill it and use the sandals on it.

Player: mission
Eclesius: Eww! What's... what's that unbearable stench on you? Is that you?? Oh dear... you really should shower more often, you smell like dead skunk! Oh, now I remember! Ehem. ...
Eclesius: Now that we have impregnated the sandals with a really bad smell, we should counter that with a really good smell. Hm. Just wondering what that might be. Can you think of anything that smells really delicious?
Player: flower
Eclesius: Aha! Great minds think alike! And I'm thinking of... a white flower. Not to be confused with the dew kisser flowers near my house! They are white also, but I mean a white flower that's also simply called white flower. ...
Eclesius: Unfortunately I've forgotten where they grow, but I think there are some not too far from here. Use the sandals on a white flower so they can soak up the fragrance. Shh, don't question my plan. It'll work out great!

Head to White Flower Temple and use the sandals on one of the white flowers.

Player: mission
Eclesius: Mmmh... what's that infatuating smell? I can't tell exactly what it smells like, but really, it's delicious. Ahh yes, the anti-smell-hex, I remember! It seems to have worked! Can I have my sandals now, please?
Player: flower
Eclesius: I'm very pleased, very pleased indeed. Thank you, my dear assistant. I'm sure we will suffer a lot less from now on. At least, as far as our olifactory senses are concerned. I mean of course, as regards the smell.


Mission 3: Love's a Wicked Game

Player: mission
Eclesius: It's time to involve you in my plan. Muahaha. I plan on becoming a God! ...
Eclesius: Well, something similar. I want to create a whole new Tibian race! A race that will be both strong and lean, skilled and robust. And they will all serve me. ...
Eclesius: So far my plan. I was thinking that the traits of elves and dwarfs combined would make a really superior being. Just imagine the possibilities! There's one slight problem though. ...
Eclesius: Dwarfs and elves hate each other. There's probably no way they'd voluntarily... well, ehem, cooperate in the creation of this superior new race. So we have to work our magic! Well, you will have to work my magic on my behalf. Hehe. ...
Eclesius: My idea is to turn you into a dating agent. You will have to travel to Kazordoon and Ab'Dendriel and find me a dwarf and an elf - of course of different gender - who seem to be interested in a relationship. ...
Eclesius: Convince them to take part in a dating program and to hand you a personal item we can use for their partner search. Once you've done so, come back to me and we will continue our plan! Will you take on this mission?
Player: yes
Eclesius: Good. Don't forget, travel to Kazordoon and Ab'Dendriel and find me a lonely dwarf and a lonely elf. Talk them into taking part in the dating program! And bring something personal back from them!


Player: study
Amarie: Oh, you're interested in what I study? Really? <blushes> That's unusual. Well, it's about the... no wait. I don't want to bore you. Are you really interested?
Player: yes
Amarie: Wow. Okay... it's about the... <blushes even more> well... social interaction of milkbugs in their m... mating season.
Player: milkbugs
Amarie: Milkbugs are a very interesting species, actually. They really care for each other and help each other to raise their young.
Player: care
Amarie: Sigh... so caring, yes. <gets a dreamy look in her eyes> Sometimes I dream of.... ah .. forget what I said. <blushes>
Player: dream
Amarie: What do I dream of? I think... no one has asked me that for a long time. In my favourite book it says... oh, but it isn't really interesting.
Player: book
Amarie: My favourite book... is an erm... poetry book. Which I shouldn't waste my study time on, but... poetry can also be meaningful.
Player: poetry
Amarie: Would you like me to... re... recite some poetry? <blushes>
Player: yes
Amarie: Really... okay. I'll tell you my favourite. Maybe you'll like it too... <smiles shyly> It's an elven poem, but I'll translate it for you. Here goes: ...
Amarie: 'Alas, her pale face up in the starry sky ...
Amarie: Flaunting a light that is not hers ...
Amarie: Lost in reverie to dance with the fervid sun ...
Amarie: Yet knowing that this day will never dawn ...
Amarie: For with the dawn she fades ...
Amarie: And only when darkness engulfs her ...
Amarie: Will her light shine the brightest.' ...
Amarie: <blushes> So... what do you think? Did you like the poem?
Player: yes
Amarie: Oh, do you really mean it? That's so nice, finally someone who understands me. <smiles and claps her hands> Maybe you will understand my dreams as well. Or... I'm getting carried away. My dreams are a little confusing. ...
Amarie: And I don't think there's a chance that I'll ever find what I'm really looking for. <sighs> I guess I shall have to resign myself to a long, lonely life without love...
Player: love
Amarie: Love? Hah... you don't know me. I'm really not good at this stuff. Or what is it you're implying?
Player: dating
Amarie: <blushes> You are a dating agent? Oh dear, I never would've told you all this stuff had I known that earlier. Well... I guess... it's better than waiting all my life. ...
Amarie: Do you need anything from me for the registration?
Player: yes
Amarie: A personal item, you say? Well... the most personal thing I have is this book of mine... with my favourite poem in it. I'll give it to you... maybe you'll find someone who also sees more in it. Thank you...


Player: problems
Grodrik: <sigh> My current problem is that my beer is empty. Got a mug of beer for me?
Player: yes
Grodrik: Hrrm. Appreciated. <gulp gulp> You know, life without a woman just isn't as much fun. Someone who'll give you a foot massage when you come home from the tavern.
Player: woman
Grodrik: Sigh. I don't want to talk about all that. It's too embarassing. <swallows his beer down in one gulp>
Player: beer
Grodrik: Oh, thanks, stranger. I like you better and better. Hehehe. Now, did you want to say something?
Player: woman
Grodrik: I don't really want to talk about that... I think. I'm actually a bit shy, you know, especially towards strangers, although you've been rather nice to me with all that beer.
Player: beer
Grodrik: Oh, thanks, stranger. I like you better and better. Hehehe. Now, did you want to say something?
Player: woman
Grodrik: Ah, whatever, why shouldn't I tell you. I've never had a girlfriend. <sigh> I wouldn't even demand much from her or have unrealistic wishes. I just feel so lonely sometimes. But oh well, that's not really any of your business. <swallows his beer down>
Player: wishes
Grodrik: Whoah! You are going too far, stranger. My wishes are quite personal.
Player: lonely
Grodrik: Ah, what do you know about loneliness. You look like you've got a lot of friends. I only have my beer. And that's almost empty.
Player: beer
Grodrik: Oh, thanks, stranger. I like you better and better. Hehehe. Now, did you want to say something?
Player: lonely
Grodrik: It's not just about having company or not. You also need someone who respects your wishes - <hicks> - and tolerates your habits. Such as drinking beer.
Player: wishes
Grodrik: Whoah! You are going too far, stranger. My wishes are quite personal.
Player: beer
Grodrik: Oh, thanks, stranger. I like you better and better. Hehehe. Now, did you want to say something?
Player: wishes
Grodrik: My wishes... <hicks>... are humble. A tall, strong woman with a blonde beard, adventurous and able to brew beer. <hicks> Yes, that would be great. But I guess I won't ever find anyone like that. <hicks>
Player: woman
Grodrik: Ah, whatever, why shouldn't I tell you. I've never had a girlfriend. <sigh> I wouldn't even demand much from her or have unrealistic wishes. I just feel so lonely sometimes. But oh well, that's not really any of your business. <swallows his beer down>
Player: beer
Grodrik: Oh, thanks, stranger. I like you better and better. Hehehe. Now, did you want to say something?
Player: dating
Grodrik: You know... <hicks> ... maybe that's not such a bad idea after all. <hicks> You took note of my wishes, right... <hicks> Is there anything you still need from me for the <hicks> registration?
Player: yes
Grodrik: A personal <hicks> item, you say? Well, I can give you my favourite <hicks> axe. Here. Let me know when you find a girl for me. <hicks>


Player: mission
Eclesius: Yes, I remember my plan very well! I take it you have found a lonely dwarf and a lonely elf for our dating game?
Player: yes
Eclesius: And you've also brought a personal item from each of them. Very, very good, let me take them and put them here, yes. Hehe. What do you think, based on their personalities, could the dwarf and elf in question get on with each other?
Player: no
Eclesius: Well, that doesn't surprise me. But to find out how concentrated our love potion has to be, let's do a small questionaire with them. ...
Eclesius: Go into my library. Somewhere around there you should find a parchment with some sample questions on it. Ask the dwarf and the elf the questions and see if they have ANYTHING in common. That should give us a starting point.


You will now find a paper with 8 random questions, ask these to both the npcs.

Example: (NOTE! QUESTIONS MAY BE DIFFRENT DEPENDING ON WHAT YOUR PARCHAMENT.SAYS!)

Amarie: Oh! You're back! Any news from the... <blushes> dating... thing?
Player: yes
Amarie: You want to ask me some questions? About myself? <blushes> Okay... I'll be honest as long as they aren't too personal. Go ahead.
Player: What's most important in a relationship for you?
Amarie: I truly believe in trust. If you trust each other there's no problem you can't solve.
Player: What's your ideal date location?
Amarie: A lush, green meadow in the middle of a forest... <dreams>
Player: What physical attribute should your ideal partner have?
Amarie: Uhm... well, I look at a person's face first. A handsome face would be a definite plus.
Player: Tell me something you love.
Amarie: As you can see... I love books.
Player: Tell me something you dislike
Amarie: I don't like fire very much... it poses a threat to my beloved trees, the beautiful grass and my precious books. I've lost too many things due to fires.
Player: What's an important character trait for you?
Amarie: I think I'd choose patience as an answer to this one. Patience promotes tolerance which prevents arguments and thus ensures harmony.
Player: What's your favourite colour?
Amarie: I love all colours! It's so hard to choose one! But I think... my favourite colour for today is green. Green like the trees, like balance and relaxation.
Player: What's your greatest fear?
Amarie: I try to stay in control of my fears. But if you ask me like that... it really makes me shiver when I hear the name of Ferumbras. <shudders>


Grodrik: Hiho! It's you again! Any news from the <whispers> dating service?
Player: yes
Grodrik: I see, they want me to answer a questionaire? Sure, I can understand why. Just go right ahead with your questions!
Player: What's most important in a relationship for you?
Grodrik: That question's as hard as volcanic rock. Hrmrhm. I guess the most important thing for me is... trust. Trust like I trust my favourite axe.
Player: What's your ideal date location?
Grodrik: What do you mean, date location? I never had a date, so how should I know? I guess here would do. Right here in this tavern.
Player: What physical attribute should your ideal partner have?
Grodrik: Of course... a pretty, long and well-combed beard! Also I have a weakness for tiny toes.
Player: Tell me something you love.
Grodrik: Well, duh. Beer of course! I love beer! The only thing I love more than a pint of beer is two pints of beer!
Player: What's your favourite colour?
Grodrik: Red. Red like fire, and red like my favourite kind of steel.
Player: Tell me something you dislike
Grodrik: I don't like the fact that some weapons get rusty. Rust is a curse for any smith.
Player: What's an important character trait for you?
Grodrik: I get angry when someone lies to me. Lies are bad. So put down honesty.
Player: What's your greatest fear?
Grodrik: Dwarfs have no fear!! Well... for some reason, jesters give me the creeps.


Head back to Eclesius.

Player: hi
Eclesius: Oh, welcome back, my most valued assistant! I have got some tasks for you, and maybe also a real mission or two! Uh... what was your name again?
Player: mission
Eclesius:Wait, wait, I know you. I also know what you wanted from me. Errrm... ah yes! The milk delivery! Right?
Player: no
Eclesius: NO? It was about the... love potion, you say? Hm, I see. So... did you find anything which the dwarf and the elf have in common?
Player: yes
Eclesius: Well, then what is it they both have in common?
Player: they hate fish
Eclesius: Hm! That is something we can easily build on. Let me think for a small moment and then we can continue the mission.

Player: hi'
Eclesius: Oh, welcome back, my most valued assistant! I have got some tasks for you, and maybe also a real mission or two! Uh... what was your name again?
Player:
mission
Eclesius: You'll probably be flabbergasted to hear that I've already prepared the basic love potion while you were gone. You thought you would have to gather ingredients now, right? Hehehe. ...
Eclesius: Sometimes I just love surprises! I'll give you two doses. Try to get each of our little, erm, love birds to drink it. And then run away very fast before the potion takes effect! ...
Eclesius: Trust me, you don't want to be the first person they see, plus you'll ruin the experiment. Just come back to me once we're done and I'll take care of the rest. ...
Eclesius: Are you ready?
Player: yes
Eclesius: Be prepared to do some convincing, but don't use force. Teehee. And remember to RUN once they've drunk it!



Amarie: Ashari, my friend. My heart is filled with gladness and hope. Have you got anything interesting for me?
Player: drink
Amarie: A drink? What kind of drink? I'm very picky when it comes to food and drink.
Player: milkbug
Amarie: Oh, you brought us some bug milk? That's so nice of you! Let's drink it right away, shall we?
Player: yes
Amarie: <sips> To love! The most beautiful of all... uh... my tummy... feels so warm... and my heart is beating faster...


Grodrik: Hello, my friend. What do you have for me today?
Player: drink
Grodrik: Oh, sure. Drinks are always nice. What do you have for me?
Player: beer
Grodrik: Oh, sure. Let's have a drink first. Got a beer for me?
Player: yes
Grodrik: <gulp gulp> Aa... erm... what the... that's a strange beer. It makes me feel... all warm and fuzzy... uuhhhnn...


Player: hi
Eclesius: MUAHAHA! My plan worked! You did well! I'll make sure you get an extra bonus for that. Now hmm, hmm, let me think for a moment before we go on with the mission.
Player: hi
Eclesius: Oh, welcome back, my most valued assistant! I have got some tasks for you, and maybe also a real mission or two! Uh... what was your name again?
Player: mission
Eclesius: I have just noticed a very small flaw in my plan. Our subjects need to meet each other, and that rather fast. But a dwarf would never visit Ab'Dendriel, nor would an elf go to Kazordoon. ...
Eclesius: So we need to get them here! I just happen to have a small crack in the space-time continuum under my house. Once you are ready, we will both go there and summon forth our subjects. Are you prepared?
Player: yesEclesius: Space-time continuum, here we come!


Player: hi
Eclesius: Ah, there you are. I hope your journey was safe and you hasn't cost you any body parts. Now, muahaha, the best part of my plan! Are you listening?
Player: yes
Eclesius: <goes on excitedly> Do you see these three levers? I have decided I don't want to leave our subjects' fate to coincidence. The left and the right lever summon our dwarf and elf. ...
Eclesius: The lever in the middle will create the first specimen of the - tadaaa - Dwelves! Now, first pull the left lever, then the right lever, and once both subjects are there, the one in the middle. ...Eclesius: Don't mess this up! I... err.. will wait here at a safe distance.



Player: hi
Eclesius: Oh. OH. Is that... the result...?
Player: yes
Eclesius: I think... we should forget about this whole mess posthaste. I'll... erm... clean up the memories of these subje-... erm... people and send them home. ...
Eclesius: And we'll get out of here too. Ready to go up?
Player: yesEclesius: Let's go.


Player: hi
Eclesius: Oh, welcome back, my most valued assistant! I have got some tasks for you, and maybe also a real mission or two! Uh... what was your name again?
Player: mission
Eclesius: The dwarf and the elf will hopefully not remember what happened. And neither will I - hopefully - in a day or too. Sometimes I'm glad that my memory is like a sieve! ...
Eclesius: Well anyhow, you deserve a reward for all that talking and convincing you did, so here you go.

Mission 4: Books of Many Colours

Player: mission
Eclesius: I thought that your legs could use a little break after having done all that travelling. So let's do something for your brain instead. ...
Eclesius: See how much I care for my assistants? An almost altruistic task which will even make you a little smarter - maybe. I'm sure you've seen all those books lying around in my library. ...
Eclesius: Your job is to tell me the colour of each book, one after another. I'll ask you for the colours. If you need hints, you can also ask me and I'll give you a random hint. ...
Eclesius: Don't blame me if I repeat myself! There are six different hints in total. Once you are ready and have a vague idea of the answers, ask me about your mission.
Player: mission
Eclesius: There are the following colours: red, brown, light blue, dark blue, light green and dark green. So, what colour is the 'Great Encyclopedia of the Magiverse'?
Player: light blue
Eclesius: I see. And what colour is 'Necromancing at its Most Romantic'?
Player: light green
Eclesius: I see. And what colour is the 'Collection of Counterspells against Counterspells'?
Player: brown
Eclesius: I see. And what colour is 'Interesting Trivia about Grass Growth'?
Player: red
Eclesius: I see. And what colour is 'Mathemagics for Dummies and Forgetful People'?
Player: dark blue
Eclesius: I see. And what colour is 'How to Transmute Gold into Lead and Other Useful Conversions'?
Player: dark green
Eclesius: I see. That concludes my questioning. I guess now you'd like to know whether you succeeded in the mission?
Player: yesEclesius: You answered all the questions correctly- bravo - as far as I can remember my books. Congratulations! Well, since I actually did something for your intelligence, the reward is symbolic. But it's the thought that counts! Teehee.


Mission 5: A Drink to Remember

Player: mission
Eclesius: I feel depressed... sigh. Although I always try to see the positive side of not being able to remember things very well, there is a dark side to it as well. ...
Eclesius: It might be comfortable to forget about accidents and sad incidents, but I also forget about the happy events. I can't even remember whether I got a present for my birthday and if I did, what it was. ...
Eclesius: I have the most brilliant ideas - at least, I think I do - but the next day I have forgotten them completely. Last night, while I was sitting in Frodo's tavern, I think I had one of the best ideas ever. ...
Eclesius: I had it all in my head - the formula for a potion which would stimulate my memory and keep it active! But - I can't remember it anymore. The only thing I vaguely remember is that I told it to someone. ...
Eclesius: But I can't remember who that was either! That's the crux of the whole matter. I wish you could help me with this. ...
Eclesius: Maybe you can find out who I talked to last night in Frodo's tavern, and maybe that person will remember the formula for the potion. Could you please try to figure that out for me?
Player: yes
Eclesius: You wouldn't believe how thankful I am. I might seem confused or egocentric sometimes, but really, I appreciate your help a lot. I hope you're successful!


Player: hi
Frodo: Welcome to Frodo's Hut. You heard about the news?
Player: eclesius
Frodo: Oh, that old guy! He's a good customer, that's for sure.
Player: last night
Frodo: Yes, he was here last evening as well.
Player: talkedFrodo: Who he talked to? Hm... I'm not sure, there were a few people around. No girls or women though. Maybe just ask around for Eclesius.


Player: hi
Xodet: Oh, please come in, Player. If you need magical equipment such as runes or wands, just ask me for a trade.
Player: eclesius
Xodet: Huh? Erm... yes, I know him... but uhm... only vaguely. Yes. <chuckles nervously>
Player: potion
Xodet: Yes, ehem, I do sell potions. But... only the conventional ones. Really.
Player: formula
Xodet: A new formula for a potion? Oh... no, no, of course not. I'm not a magician, you know.
Player: eclesius
Xodet: Yes, we might have chatted a bit last night, but not about... important things. Just the usual chit-chat.
Player: chit chat
Xodet: We talked about... well... uhm... <gets a red face> That's none of your business!! Who are you anyway to think you have the right to pose me these questions??
Player: magician
Xodet: Well, how about - I don't care? Unlessa you're sent by someone important, let me do my business and leave me in peace. So who sent you?!
Player: Eclesius
Xodet: You're Eclesius' assistant? Well... I see. So he remembers after all, does he? Well, I don't care! Go away, topic closed!


Player: hi
Eclesius: Oh, welcome back, my most valued assistant! I have got some tasks for you, and maybe also a real mission or two! Uh... what was your name again?
Player: mission
Eclesius: You look as if you have found something out. Have you? Who did I talk to??
Player: xodet
Eclesius: Xodet! That old fox! I should've guessed it! We were buddies in the old days, you know... but it's harsh to hear that he seems to value money more than our friendship. ...
Eclesius: There must be a way to remind him that there are more important things in life. Hmmm... you know, it was me who gave Xodet his first wand and taught him the basics of magic. ...
Eclesius: He was never a really good sorcerer and his spells went wrong most of the time, so he decided to become a trader for magical equipment instead. ...
Eclesius: But I wonder whether he still has that first wand... maybe in his house somewhere? I think if you could find it, he might remember what we shared... right?
Player: yes
Eclesius: Thank you. I hope you find it! I know it might be hard to get into his house, but I believe it's for the greater good. And for my good, of course.

Player: hi
Xodet: Player, how many times should I tell you to... w-wait, what's that in your hand?
Player: your first wand
Xodet: My first wand... I thought it was long gone... how strange to see it again after all those years. I remember well how I got it... and tried to become a great sorcerer. ...
Xodet: But my efforts were in vain... I've never become as good as Eclesius, Muriel or Trimegis... so I settled down with trading magical equipment. ...
Xodet: I thought that with the formula of Eclesius, I might be able to brew a new kind of potion and finally have a breakthrough... but I see now that was a mistake, although tempting. ...
Xodet: Here, take the paper with the formula and give it back to Eclesius. Tell him that I'm sorry and that I hope we'll still have a drink now and then. I'm not a bad person... just desperate sometimes.


Player: hi
Eclesius: Oh, welcome back, my most valued assistant! I have got some tasks for you, and maybe also a real mission or two! Uh... what was your name again?
Player: mission
Eclesius: Oh! Were you successful and have you convinced Xodet to hand over the formula?
Player: yes
Eclesius: Thank you! Really, I mean it. I will start to brew the potion immediately. This one is a little too important to be done by my assistant, I'm sure you understand. Thanks again!


Mission 6: The Unhappy Frog

Player: mission
Eclesius: Aarghh! What have I done! My head is spinning! Player, I just drank a sip of my potion... and it works. I'm just not sure whether that is a good or a bad thing. ...
Eclesius: Right now, my memory is very clear and I remember everything... oh dear... my poor assistant! ... No, not you, my previous assistant. Maybe you've seen the little frog in the cellar. ...
Eclesius: Oh no, the cellar! I left him in the company of the demon! Aarghh! My poor poor assistant! We have to save him! ...
Eclesius: I also remember there's something commonly used to turn frogs back into humans... you know what I mean? A kiss! We need a princess to kiss him, or something like that. ...
Eclesius: The problem is you're far from being a princess. Oh, that's not an insult. Princesses are usually lazy, whiny and demand to be saved all the time while hiding in the last place you would think of looking for them. ...
Eclesius: I guess Tibia is currently out of princesses though after the sad fate of Princess Lumelia... but! Queen Eloise was a princess once. I wonder if she still has some of her outfits from when she was a princess. ...
Eclesius: You know what we are going to do? Err, I mean, what you are going to do? You are going to sneak into the castle of Carlin and see if you can find some of those clothes. Maybe a fake princess will do the trick. Agreed?
Player: yes
Eclesius: Fine, then off with you and good luck. Me and my poor assistant will be waiting.


Player: hail queen
Queen Eloise: I greet thee, my loyal subject.
Player: dressQueen Eloise: Oh, I'm sure we have some old rags to donate for the needy. You can ask General Bunny Bonecrusher for them.


Player: hail general
Bunny Bonecrusher: Salutations, commoner Player!
Player: dress
Bunny Bonecrusher: What do you want here, sneaking around like a thief at night? Are you looking for something?
Player: yes
Bunny Bonecrusher: Well then spit it out! What are you sniffing around here for?
Player: old rag
Bunny Bonecrusher: You need some old rags? Well, we support the needy. So I guess there's no harm in giving you these old clothes. And now please leave the castle, commoner.


Player: hi
Eclesius: Oh, welcome back, Player, my most appreciated assistant! I hope you're here for your tasks or a mission.
Player: mission
Eclesius: Have you got some of Queen Eloise's clothes?
Player: yes
Eclesius: Great! Then I suggest we - err, you, go down into the cellar, put on these clothes and kiss my assistant. I'm very optimistic that this will work! Go right ahead!


Player: kiss
A confused frog: ..... ...
Player: kiss
A confused frog: .... ribbit ... ribbitribbit. <the frog looks at you with sad eyes>


Player: hi
Eclesius: Oh, welcome back, Player, my most appreciated assistant! I hope you're here for your tasks or a mission.
Player: mission
Eclesius: You're back! Did the kiss work?
Player: no
Eclesius: Oh... I see. Wuaaaaaaaaaaah why do my plans never seem to work out? I'm not such a useless sorcerer! We need to find another way. Let's try something different, shall we?
Player: yes
Eclesius: Okay, let's resort to some good old black magic for a counterspell. I really need your help with this one though, especially for the ingredients. ...
Eclesius: You probably thought I wouldn't let you gather items anymore, right? But - I love surprises! Teehee. So please bring me the following items, all of them at the same time: ...
Eclesius: A silver amulet, a dagger, a green tapestry, a blank rune and a dirty fur. Did you get that?
Player: yes
Eclesius: Great. I'll wait for you here and I'm positive I won't have forgotten about it when you come back.


Player: hi
Eclesius: Oh, welcome back, Player, my most appreciated assistant! I hope you're here for your tasks or a mission.
Player: mission
Eclesius: So, do you have a silver amulet, a dagger, a green tapestry, a blank rune and a dirty fur with you?
Player: yesEclesius: Ahh, thanks! With these I will develop a very potent counterspell. Give me just a short time and we can continue.


Player: hi
Eclesius: Oh, welcome back, Player, my most appreciated assistant! I hope you're here for your tasks or a mission.
Player: mission
Eclesius: Tadaaaaa - the counterspell is ready. Actually you just need to pronounce it in front of my poor assistant and his shape should go back to normal. The spell goes as follows: ...
Eclesius: 'Eeny, meeny, miny, moe - ribbit, ribbit head to toe!' That's what you are going to say. I err... stay here. Not that it's necessary! But... just in case. Did you understand that?
Player: yes
Eclesius: Then... good luck! And err, just in case, thank you very much for your great work so far, I have grown rather fond of you. And I'd miss you should anything happen. Which it won't. Of course.


Player: hi
A confused frog: Err... ribbit?
Player: Eeny, meeny, miny, moe - ribbit, ribbit head to toe!
A confused frog: ........ ...
A confused frog: Ri..... ...
A confused frog: Ritual didn't work. RIBBIT?! I can speak the human language again! Ribbit! Well, at least sometimes it seems. Ribbit. And who the heck are you??
Player: ''PlayerName
A confused frog: Are you? I see. I saw you poking around here earlier. Ribbit. Well whatever you were trying to do, I'm not sure it was successful. Ribbit. What was that princess thing all about, anyway??
Player: eclesius
A confused frog: That old fool! He should be locked up with his weird theories and ideas and forced to study some serious magic! Rrrribbit!


Player: hi
Eclesius: Oh, welcome back, Player, my most appreciated assistant! I hope you're here for your tasks or a mission.
Player: mission
Eclesius: I see... so my assistant can communicate in the human language again? That's... interesting. I wonder if maybe you could ask him if he has an idea how to get his human form back.


Player: hi
A confused frog: Hi, Player.
Player: human
A confused frog: You know... being a frog isn't that bad. Ribbit. I don't want to be a human again. I just wish I could get out of this cage and live by a lovely little pond.


Player: hi
Eclesius: Oh, welcome back, Player, my most appreciated assistant! I hope you're here for your tasks or a mission.
Player: mission
Eclesius: Oh... that's a most interesting turn of events. He wants to stay a frog?! Well, usually I'd say, no problem and all that, but then we have to get him out of my cellar. ...
Eclesius: You know that I'm a paranoid person and I wonder if he still holds a grudge against me... I can't just let him out of the cage and have him walk around my living room. ...
Eclesius: But I have a better idea. Try to find out which pond he'd like to live in, and then go to that special pond and find a frog that is living there. ...
Eclesius: We'll just do a body exchange, easy as that! I also happen to know a magic formula for that special task. It goes like this: ...
Eclesius: 'Eeny, meeny, miny, moe - I stay here and you will go!' As soon as you have found a frog at my ex-assistant's pond of preference, recite that spell to him. And hopefully... no, most likely! - it will work. ...
Eclesius: Did you get all that?
Player: yes
Eclesius: Okay, so... good luck again! Which you... of course... won't really need, because everything is planned well. Yes. No luck required.


Player: hi
A confused frog: Hi, Player.
Player: pond
A confused frog: I like the pond north of Thais. It's a really cosy place. Not just for humans, but especially for frogs. Ribbit.


Player: Ribbit!
A frog: Ribbit.
Player: Eeny, meeny, miny, moe - I stay here and you will go!
A frog: Uhhhhhh... ribbit... wow, I don't believe it. That must be the first time one of the old fool's spells have actually worked! Ribbit! Thank you!


Player: hi
Eclesius: Oh, welcome back, Player, my most appreciated assistant! I hope you're here for your tasks or a mission.
Player: mission
Eclesius: You did it! Thank you! Wow, who'd have thought that you'd have become such a useful and skilled assistant. Now I can sleep with a clear conscience again. ...
Eclesius: Well, except for the demon. And the other frog who is now trapped in the cage. And some other stuff... but that shouldn't bother you. You've been a great help to me. Thanks again!
Player: mission
Eclesius: I think all important missions are solved. At least I can't remember anything else right now. But you can still do some tasks for me.

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