Dialogue for Sir Prysin

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Before starting Demon Slayer?[edit | edit source]

  • Sir Prysin: Hello, who are you
    • I am a mighty adventurer. Who are you?
      • Player: I am a mighty adventurer. Who are you?
      • Sir Prysin: I am
      • Sir Prysin: A bold and famous knight of the realm
      • (Dialogue ends)
    • I'm not sure, I was hoping you could tell me
      • Player: I'm not sure. I was hoping you could tell me
      • Sir Prysin: Well I've never met you before
      • (Dialogue ends)

During Demon Slayer[edit | edit source]

After receiving instructions from Gypsy[edit | edit source]

  • (See above dialogue)
  • Gypsy Aris said I should come and talk to you
    • Player: Gypsy Aris said I should come and talk to you
    • Sir Prysin: Gypsy Aris?  Is she still alive?
    • Sir Prysin: I remember her from when I was pretty young
    • Sir Prysin: Well what do you need to talk to me about?
      • I need to find Silverlight
        • Player: I need to find Silverlight
        • Sir Prysin: What do you need to find that for?
        • Player: I need it to fight Delrith
        • Sir Prysin: Delrith?
        • Sir Prysin: I thought the world was rid of him
          • Well, the gypsy's crystal ball seems to think otherwise
            • Player: Well, the gypsy's crystal ball seems to think otherwise
            • Sir Prysin: Well if the ball says so, I'd better help you
            • Sir Prysin: The problem is getting silverlight
            • Player: You mean you don't have it?
            • Sir Prysin: Oh I do have it
            • Sir Prysin: But it is so powerful
            • Sir Prysin: That I have put it in a special box
            • Sir Prysin: That I have put it in a special box
            • Sir Prysin: Which needs three different keys to open it
            • Sir Prysin: That way, it won't fall into the wrong hands
              • So give me the keys
                • Player: So give me the keys
                • Sir Prysin: Um
                • Sir Prysin: Well, It's not so easy
                • Sir Prysin: I kept one of the keys
                • (See dialogue below- after the player has received instructions)
              • And why is this a problem?
                • Player: And why is this a problem?
                • Sir Prysin: I kept one of the keys
                • Sir Prysin: I gave the other two
                • Sir Prysin: To other people for safe keeping
                • Sir Prysin: One I gave to Rovin
                • Sir Prysin: who is captain of the palace guard
                • (See dialogue below- after the player has received instructions)
          • He's back and unfortunatly[sic] I've got to deal with him
            • Player: He's back and unfortunatly I've got to deal with him
            • Sir Prysin: You don't look up to much
            • Sir Prysin: I suppose Silverlight may be good enough to carry you th
            • Sir Prysin: The problem is getting silverlight
            • Player: You mean you don't have it?
            • (See dialogue above)
      • Yes, she is still alive
        • Player: Yes, she is still alive
        • Sir Prysin: I would have thought she would have died by now
        • Sir Prysin: She was pretty old, when I was a lad
        • Sir Prysin: Anyway, what can I do for you?
        • Player: I need to find Silverlight
        • Sir Prysin: What do you need to find that for?
        • Player: I need it to fight Delrith
        • Sir Prysin: Delrith?
        • Sir Prysin: I thought the world was rid of him
          • (See above dialogue)

After the player has received instructions to find the keys[edit | edit source]

  • Sir Prysin: So how are you doing with getting the keys?
  • Player: I've not found any of them yet
    • Can you remind me where all the keys were again?
      • Player: Can you remind me where all the keys were again
      • Sir Prysin: I kept one of the keys
      • Sir Prysin: I gave the other two
      • Sir Prysin: To other people for safe keeping
      • Sir Prysin: One I gave to Rovin
      • Sir Prysin: who is captain of the palace guard
      • Sir Prysin: I gave the other to the wizard Traiborn
        • Can you give me your key?
          • Player: Can you give me your key?
          • Sir Prysin: Um
          • Sir Prysin: Ah
          • Sir Prysin: Well there's a problem there as well
          • Sir Prysin: I managed to drop the key in the drain
          • Sir Prysin: Just outside the palace kitchen
          • Sir Prysin: It is just inside and I can't reach it
            • So what does the drain lead to?
              • Player: So what does the drain connect to?
              • Sir Prysin: It is the drain
              • Sir Prysin: For the drainpipe running from the sink in the kitchen
              • Sir Prysin: Down to the palace sewers
            • Where can I find Captain Rovin?
              • (See dialogue below)
            • Where does the wizard live?
              • (See dialogue below)
            • Well I'd better go key hunting
              • (See dialogue below)
        • Where can I find Captain Rovin?
          • Player: Where can I find Captain Rovin?
          • Sir Prysin: Captain Rovin lives at the top of the guards quarters
          • Sir Prysin: in the northwest wing of this palace
            • Can you give me your key?
              • (See dialogue above)
            • Where does the wizard live?
              • (See dialogue below)
            • Well I'd better go key hunting
              • (See dialogue below)
        • Where does the wizard live?
          • Player: Where does the wizard live?
          • Sir Prysin: Wizard Traiborn?
          • Sir Prysin: He is one of the wizards who lives in the tower 
          • Sir Prysin: On the little island just off the south coast 
          • Sir Prysin: I believe his quarters are on the first floor of the tower
            • Well I'd better go key hunting
              • Player: Well I'd better go key hunting
              • Sir Prysin: Ok goodbye
              • (Dialogue ends)

Speaking to Sir Prysin with only Captain Rovin's key[edit | edit source]

  • Sir Prysin: So how are you doing with getting the keys?
  • Player: I've got the key off Captain Rovin
    • Can you remind me where all the keys were again
      • Player: Can you remind me where all the keys were again
      • (See dialogue above)
        • Can you give me your key?
          • (See dialogue above)
        • Where can I find Captain Rovin?
          • (See dialogue above)
        • Where does the wizard live?
          • (See dialogue above)
    • I'm still looking
      • Player: I'm still looking
      • Sir Prysin: Ok, tell me when you've got them all
      • (Dialogue ends)

Speaking to Sir Prysin with only the sewer key[edit | edit source]

  • (See above dialogue)
  • Player: I've got the key You dropped down the drain
  • (See above dialogue)

Speaking to Sir Prysin with only Traiborns key[edit | edit source]

  • (See above dialogue)
  • Player: I've got the key off Wizard Traiborn
  • (See above dialogue)

Sir Prysin always names the keys in order of number- not position in player inventory[edit | edit source]

When the player has all of the keys[edit | edit source]

  • Sir Prysin: So how are you doing with getting the keys?
  • Player: I've got them all
  • Sir Prysin: Excellent. Now I can give you Silverlight
  • (You give all three keys to Sir Prysin)
  • (Sir Prysin unlocks a long thin box)
  • (Prysin hands you an impressive looking sword)

Silverlight in inventory, Delrith not defeated[edit | edit source]

  • Sir Prysin: You sorted that demon yet?
  • Player: No, not yet
  • Sir Prysin: Well get on with it
  • Sir Prysin: He'll be pretty powerful when he gets to full strength
  • (Dialogue ends)

Silverlight not in inventory, Delrith not defeated[edit | edit source]

  • (See above dialogue- "after receiving the locations")
  • (If Silverlight is lost, the player must obtain all 3 keys over again)

After Demon Slayer[edit | edit source]

  • Sir Prysin: Hello, I've heard you stopped that demon well done[sic]
  • Player: Yes, that's right
  • Sir Prysin: A good job well done then
  • Player: Thank you