Dialogue for Sir Lancelot

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Off quest[edit | edit source]

  • Sir Lancelot: Greetings I am Sir Lancelot the greatest knight in the land
  • Sir Lancelot: What do you want?
    • You're a little full of yourself aren't you?
      • Player: You're a little full of yourself aren't you?
      • Sir Lancelot: I have every right to be proud of myself
      • Sir Lancelot: My prowess in battle is world renowned
      • (Dialogue ends)
    • I seek a quest
      • Player: I seek a quest
      • Sir Lancelot: Leave questing to the profesionals[sic]
      • Sir Lancelot: Such as myself
      • (Dialogue ends)

During Merlin's crystal[edit | edit source]

After asking King Arthur to become a Knight[edit | edit source]

  • Sir Lancelot: What do you want?
    • I want to get Merlin out of the crystal
      • Player: I want to get Merlin out of the crystal
      • Sir Lancelot: Well the knights of the round table can't manage it
      • Sir Lancelot: I can't see how a commoner like you could succeed where we have failed
      • (Dialogue ends)
    • You're a little full of yourself aren't you
      • (See dialogue above)

After receiving Morgan Le Faye's location from Sir Gawain[edit | edit source]

  • Sir Lancelot: Greetings I am Sir Lancelot the greatest knight in the land
  • Sir Lancelot: What do you want?
    • I want to get Merlin out of the crystal
      • (See dialogue above)
    • You're a little full of yourself aren't you?
      • (See dialogue above)
    • Any ideas on how to get into Morgan Le Faye's stronghold?
      • Player: Any ideas on how to get into Morgan Le Fayes's stronghold[sic]
      • Sir Lancelot: That stronghold is built in a strong defensive position
      • Sir Lancelot: It's on a big rock sticking out into the sea
      • Sir Lancelot: There are two ways in that I know of, the large heavy front doors
      • Sir Lancelot: And the sea entrance, only penetrable by boat
      • Sir Lancelot: They take all their deliveries by boat
      • (Dialogue ends)
      • (Dialogue state changes- Sir Gawain dialogue reverts to his off quest dialogue)
      • (Dialogue state changes- Sir Lancelot dialogue reverts to off quest dialogue)

After receiving information about how shipments are received from Sir Lancelot[edit | edit source]

  • (See dialogue above- off quest)

Post Merlin's Crystal but before The Holy Grail[edit | edit source]

  • Sir Lancelot: Greetings I am Sir Lancelot the greatest knight in the land
  • Sir Lancelot: What do you want?
    • You're a little full of yourself aren't you?
      • Player: You're a little full of yourself aren't you?
      • Sir Lancelot: I have every right to be proud of myself
      • Sir Lancelot: My prowess in battle is world renowned
      • (Dialogue ends)
    • I seek a quest
      • Player: I seek a quest
      • Sir Lancelot: Leave questing to the profesionals[sic]
      • Sir Lancelot: Such as myself
      • (Dialogue ends)

During The Holy Grail[edit | edit source]

  • Sir Lancelot: Greetings I am Sir Lancelot the greatest knight in the land
  • Sir Lancelot: What do you want?
    • You're a little full of yourself aren't you?
      • Player: You're a little full of yourself aren't you?
      • Sir Lancelot: I have every right to be proud of myself
      • Sir Lancelot: My prowess in battle is world renowned
      • (Dialogue ends)
    • I seek a quest
      • Player: I seek a quest
      • Sir Lancelot: Leave questing to the profesionals[sic]
      • Sir Lancelot: Such as myself
      • (Dialogue ends)

After The Holy Grail[edit | edit source]

  • Sir Lancelot: Greetings I am Sir Lancelot the greatest knight in the land
  • Sir Lancelot: What do you want?
    • You're a little full of yourself aren't you?
      • Player: You're a little full of yourself aren't you?
      • Sir Lancelot: I have every right to be proud of myself
      • Sir Lancelot: My prowess in battle is world renowned
      • (Dialogue ends)
    • I seek a quest
      • Player: I seek a quest
      • Sir Lancelot: Leave questing to the profesionals[sic]
      • Sir Lancelot: Such as myself
      • (Dialogue ends)