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TSL CONVERSATIONS: 1 2 C: DeathMessages

38 T: IoW_Gate_VineChoke

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator I want to love him and squeeze him and call him George! DEATH MESSAGE_death_101 5524 0

T: IoW_Gate_HandInHole

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator You should know by now that sticking your hand into a mysterious hole isn't going to end well! DEATH MESSAGE_death_102 9955 0

T: IoW_HillsToCity

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator I knew it was a matter of time until you lost your head, Graham! DEATH MESSAGE_death_103 4000 0

T: IoB_Basement_Stairs

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Oh. Yeah, no, I'm done here. Yeah, I don't think they'll need me anymore. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_011_007 4991 0

T: IoB_Basement_Grate

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator I don't narrate for stinky kings! NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_031_001 3051 0

T: IoC_Village

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator That's what you get for fooling around with other women, Graham. Tsk-tsk! DEATH MESSAGE_death_105 4774 0

T: IoS_WingedGates

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Never go bargain hunting for a flying carpet, Graham! DEATH MESSAGE_death_106 4325 0

T: IoS_CityOverview

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham? ...Graham, is it a deal? Graham? Hello? DEATH MESSAGE_death_107_001 4943 0

T: Ocean_SeaNymphRock

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Don't ever doubt the wiles of a sea nymph who knows what she wants! Or the reliability of Hassan's first mate. DEATH MESSAGE_death_112 8869 0

T: Ocean_DeepOcean_ShadrackFight1

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Way to waste a thousand years, Graham. Way to waste a thousand years. DEATH MESSAGE_death_104 5566 0

T: Ocean_DeepOcean_Drowning

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator You can't say I didn't warn you about getting in over your head, Graham! DEATH MESSAGE_death_100 3202 0

T: Ocean_DeepOcean_ShadrackFight2

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator And so the shadows defeat Graham, the ferry sinks, and he dies! Graham is having a very bad day. Well, he was having a very bad day. At least it's over now! DEATH MESSAGE_death_108 11991 0

T: IoS_ArtistBoulevard_Statue

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham is bored to death because the narrator just won't stop now! Yes, death by narration! NARRATOR_2_IoS_artblvd_041_008 74802 0

T: IoM_ForestEntranceMorrigan

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Hey, at least you're one step closer now! DEATH MESSAGE_death_109_001 9848 0

T: Ocean_DeepOcean_FightShadowsHintDodge

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Maybe you should try getting out of the way next time, Graham! You know? Shoo! DEATH MESSAGE_death_110 4368 0

T: Ocean_DeepOcean_FightShadowsHintColors

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator You know, some people say opposites attract, but if I were you, I wouldn't believe that, Graham. DEATH MESSAGE_death_111 6851 0

T: Ocean_DeepOcean_FightShadrackHintDodge

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Remember your training, Graham! Every good knight knows to parry or dodge an attack, and then go for the hit when he sees an opening! DEATH MESSAGE_death_114 8585 0

T: Ocean_DeepOcean_FightShadrackHintBlock

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator You have to block those, Graham! Look alive! DEATH MESSAGE_death_113 3190 0

T: Ocean_DeepOcean_FightShadrackHintBalance

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator When this boat's a-rocking... you'd better stay balanced! Okay, that doesn't rhyme, but come on-this is a family game! DEATH MESSAGE_death_115 6680 0

T: Ocean_DeepOcean_FightShadrackHintDefeatShadrack

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator He was wide open, Graham! If you're waiting for a good one, that was it! DEATH MESSAGE_death_116 6423 0

T: Ocean_DeepOcean_DrowningDocksStorm

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Come on, Graham. How long have you been at this? DEATH MESSAGE_death_117 3482 0

T: IoW_WonderShore_Water

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator With Graham gone, the Narrator decides to go on her own quest of saving ninjas and bonsai trees!

0 0

T: IoM_ForestEntrance_BansheeScream

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Talk about a splitting headache! Someone needs to give her singing lessons. Or maybe laryngitis! DEATH MESSAGE_death_129 0 0

T: IoM_ForestEntrance_CrowsAttack

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator He was wide open, Graham! If you're waiting for a good one, that was it!

0 0

T: IoW_HillsToCity_GuillotineStick

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Uh, just because it says "head," that doesn't mean it won't take a hand instead! NARRATOR_2_IoW_chessvillage_101_000 5392 0

T: IoM_SacredCircle_TouchSign

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Oo, it tingles and glows! NARRATOR_3_IoM_SacredCircle_004 0 0

T: IoM_SacredCircle_WrongCombination

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Careful when you play with magic, Graham! You have to be very careful and very exact! DEATH MESSAGE_death_121 0 0

T: IoC_CassimaBedroom_RosellaDies

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator There has to be a way to make that flower less deadly! DEATH MESSAGE_death_305_002 0 0

T: Ocean_ValaniceTower_Freddy

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator You died. In a dream. And it wasn't Freddy's fault. DEATH MESSAGE_death_125 0 0

T: Ocean_ValaniceTower_ShadowsKill

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator You've certainly gotten in touch with your dark side now, Graham. DEATH MESSAGE_death_123 0 0

T: Ocean_ValaniceTower_BurningQuestion

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham finally knows the answer to one of life's burning questions: dying in dreams does mean you die in real life! DEATH MESSAGE_death_822 0 0

T: Ocean_ValaniceTower_FallWagon

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator This was the worst possible time to fall off the wagon, Graham. DEATH MESSAGE_death_124 0 0

T: Ocean_ValaniceTower_BlendIn

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator There's something to be said for keeping to the shadows and not sticking your neck out sometimes. DEATH MESSAGE_death_128 0 0

T: Ocean_ValaniceTower_OldBones

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The path was clear, Graham, that was not the time to take a break and rest your old bones! NARRATOR_3_Ocean_ValaniceTower_017 0 0

T: IoC_ThroneRoom_Debris

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator You should have listened to the guard, your majesty! DEATH MESSAGE_death_303 0 0

T: IoW_Gate_SnapDragons

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Big ones, small ones, one head, three heads, flesh and bone or shrubberies--nothing good ever comes of having dragons around. DEATH MESSAGE_death_304 0 0

T: IoB_Mainhall_BeastKillsGrahamForHorn

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Oh. Yeah, no, I'm done here. Yeah, I don't think they'll need me anymore. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_011_007 0 0

T: LoW_Crypt_RosellaDies

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Oh, no! What an evil man. He killed Rosella! NARRATOR_4_LoA_crypt_004_001 0 0

C: Pre-death

1 T: FlyingShoesTakeOff

0 0 0 7 D: Narrator Weeeee... that was so much fun! Do it again, Graham! NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_011_000 0 0

D: Narrator Graham? NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_011_001 0 0

D: Narrator Graham?! NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_011_002 0 0

D: Narrator Graham? Oh, oh no, Graham... Oh, oh no, no, no, no, noooooo!! Graham... NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_011_003 0 0

D: Narrator What? NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_011_004 0 0

D: Narrator A new contract for the new game, you say? NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_011_005 0 0

D: Narrator Oh, well sign me up! NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_011_006 0 0

CONVERSATIONS: 1 9 C: Action - Use on object

5 T: Too early

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Why would Graham want to do that now? NARRATOR_General_008 3386 0

T: Too busy

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator There's no time for that! NARRATOR_General_015 2155 0

T: Already done

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham has already done that. NARRATOR_General_016 2368 0

T: Default

0 0 4 0 T: 1

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham considers it, but then decides not to. NARRATOR_General_200 3620 0

T: 2

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Unfortunately, they are incompatible. NARRATOR_General_201 2756 0

T: 3

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator That won't work, but keep trying! NARRATOR_General_202 2333 0

T: 4

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator If it makes you feel any better, I would have tried that, too. NARRATOR_General_203_000 3299 0

D: Narrator But then we'd both be wrong. NARRATOR_General_203_001 1967 0

T: Sarcastic

0 0 5 0 T: 1

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator You've gone insane, haven't you? NARRATOR_General_022 2291 0

T: 2

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Those two don't work together. NARRATOR_General_021 2582 0

T: 3

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Who taught you that logic, Graham? NARRATOR_General_020 2853 0

T: 4

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Tic toc, tic toc, oh, are you done trying crazy things? NARRATOR_General_019 4328 0

T: 5

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator


2737 0

C: Action - Look

2 T: Graham

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator His majesty, King Graham of Daventry. NARRATOR_General_001 2881 0

D: Graham Graham will do. GRAHAM_General_001 910 0

T: Too Busy

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator There's no time for that! NARRATOR_General_015 2155 0

C: Action - Hand

11 T: Graham

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Guards! Guards!! Someone's trying to g-- NARRATOR_General_002_000 3870 0

D: Narrator Well, fine, I'll stop if you do. NARRATOR_General_002_001 2620 0

T: Too far

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator 'Tis beyond his reach! NARRATOR_General_009 2016 0

T: Has already

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham doesn't need another. NARRATOR_General_017 1631 0

T: Default

0 0 3 0 T: 1

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator What would you do with it? NARRATOR_General_204 1790 0

T: 2

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator It won't fit in Graham's pockets. NARRATOR_General_205_000 2374 0

D: Narrator Strange, I know. NARRATOR_General_205_001 1450 0

T: 3

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham doesn't think that will help him. NARRATOR_General_206 2132 0

T: Too Busy

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator There's no time for that! NARRATOR_General_015 2155 0

T: Too Busy 2

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator There's no time for that right now! NARRATOR_3_Ocean_ValaniceTower_001 2485 0

T: Too Busy 3

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator There's no time for that right now! NARRATOR_3_IoW_Gate_001 2601 0

T: Did already

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham has already done that. NARRATOR_General_016 2368 0

T: AlreadySitting

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham is already sitting. NARRATOR_General_100 1783 0

T: Person

0 0 5 0 T: 1

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Please respect the personal space of others, Graham. NARRATOR_General_207 2736 0

T: 2

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator You're not a pickpocket, Graham. NARRATOR_General_208 1650 0

T: 3

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator If they have something you need, you should try asking instead. NARRATOR_General_209 3721 0

T: 4

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator That wouldn't be appreciated. NARRATOR_General_210 2233 0

T: 5

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Keep your hands to yourself, Graham! NARRATOR_General_211 2896 0

T: Sarcastic

0 0 5 1 T: 1

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Touchy today, aren't we? NARRATOR_General_007 2016 0

T: 2

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Just because you're a King doesn't mean you can take whatever you want, Graham. NARRATOR_General_006 4837 0

T: 3

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator You certainly can't pick up everything you see, now can you, Graham? NARRATOR_General_005 4882 0

T: 4

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Thievery runs rampant in your family, doesn't it, Graham? NARRATOR_General_004 3225 0

T: 5

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Get your hands off that, Graham. NARRATOR_General_003 3265 0

D: Narrator


0 0

C: Action - Talk

6 T: Default

0 0 5 0 T: 1

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator This object is not responding. NARRATOR_General_010_000 2290 0

T: 2

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator There is no reply. NARRATOR_General_212 1469 0

T: 3

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator It doesn't talk back. NARRATOR_General_213 1891 0

T: 4

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator That object has no way of replying. NARRATOR_General_214 2534 0

T: 5

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham shares his thoughts with it, but it has nothing to say. NARRATOR_General_215 4083 0

T: Too Busy

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator There's no time for that! NARRATOR_General_015 2155 0

T: Graham

0 0 15 0 T: 1

0 0 0 1 D: Graham

  • whistles*

Whistle03 4275 0

T: 2

0 0 0 1 D: Graham

  • whistles*

Whistle13 15650 0

T: 3

0 0 0 1 D: Graham

  • whistles*

Whistle10 15345 0

T: 4

0 0 0 1 D: Graham

  • whistles*

Whistle04 19553 0

T: 5

0 0 0 1 D: Graham

  • whistles*

Whistle05 17454 0

T: 6

0 0 0 1 D: Graham

  • whistles*

Whistle06 20834 0

T: 7

0 0 0 1 D: Graham

  • whistles*

Whistle07 22195 0

T: 8

0 0 0 1 D: Graham

  • whistles*

Whistle08 16552 0

T: 9

0 0 0 1 D: Graham

  • whistles*

Whistle09 25768 0

T: 10

0 0 0 1 D: Graham

  • whistles*

Whistle01 17679 0

T: 11

0 0 0 1 D: Graham

  • whistles*

Whistle11 19259 0

T: 12

0 0 0 1 D: Graham

  • whistles*

Whistle12 24067 0

T: 13

0 0 0 1 D: Graham

  • whistles*

Whistle02 13620 0

T: 14

0 0 0 1 D: Graham

  • whistles*

Whistle14 8914 0

T: Graham Speech

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Oh, no! Here it comes, dear players, the moment we all dreaded. NARRATOR_General_013_000 5862 0

D: Narrator Graham's about to give his speech on: NARRATOR_General_013_001 2038 0

D: Narrator "Stop using me for endless sequels of King's Quest, or at least change my clothes." NARRATOR_General_013_002 4425 0

T: Sarcastic

0 0 5 0 T: 1

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Oh, no! Here it comes, dear players, the moment we all dreaded. NARRATOR_General_013_000 5862 0

D: Narrator Graham's about to give his speech on: NARRATOR_General_013_001 2038 0

D: Narrator "Stop using me for endless sequels of King's Quest, or at least change my clothes." NARRATOR_General_013_002 4425 0

T: 2

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator King Graham has not been admitted into the TSL Asylum... NARRATOR_General_025_000 3891 0

D: Narrator ...yet. For more information about the TSL Asylum, please go to www.tsl-game.com and head to the Forum section. NARRATOR_General_025_001 9103 0

D: Narrator Oh, and if you want to hear more about the wonderful narrator, go to: www.amykurylo.com NARRATOR_General_025_002 7337 0

D: Narrator Yes, I know... shameless self-promotion! NARRATOR_General_025_003 2892 0

T: 3

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Object says: NARRATOR_General_012_000 1473 0

D: Narrator You're crazy. NARRATOR_General_012_001 1309 0

T: 4

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Please talk to your inanimate object friends some other time, Graham. NARRATOR_General_011 5398 0

T: 5

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator This object is not responding. NARRATOR_General_010_000 2290 0

D: Narrator It may be busy, waiting for a response from you, or your mind may have stopped running. NARRATOR_General_010_001 5644 0

T: Female No Topics

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham doesn't have anything new to say to her. NARRATOR_general_401_000 0 0

T: Male No Topics

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham doesn't have anything new to say to him. NARRATOR_general_401_001 0 0

C: Action - Use on person

12 T: Default

0 0 2 0 T: 1

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham is generous, but not that generous! NARRATOR_General_023 3688 0

T: 2

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham doesn't want to give that away. NARRATOR_General_350 0 0

T: Too Busy

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator There's no time for that! NARRATOR_General_015 2155 0

T: Graham

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Tic toc, tic toc, oh, are you done trying crazy things? NARRATOR_General_019 4328 0

T: CloakInvisibility

0 0 1 0 T: Graham

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham had better save this for when he really needs it. NARRATOR_inventory_056_002 3244 0

T: CloakInvisibilityUsed

0 0 1 0 T: Graham

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator You were warned: One use only! And you already used it! NARRATOR_2_IoW_Gate_112 4031 0

T: Flying Shoes

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham has a feeling these shoes will only work in a place with strong winds and high altitudes. NARRATOR_Inventory_202 5845 0

T: WalkingCupFire

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Now, now! Hey, Graham certainly doesn't want to kill the poor thing. NARRATOR_Inventory_203_000 4539 0

D: Narrator There's got to be a less intense way of doing this. NARRATOR_Inventory_203_001 2912 0

T: WalkingCupBonfire

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator That will take forever. NARRATOR_Inventory_204_000 2056 0

D: Narrator There's not enough heat coming from that fire. NARRATOR_Inventory_204_001 2377 0

T: Emerald

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham doesn't need to store a memory of that. NARRATOR_Inventory_205 2869 0

T: WalkingCupNotReady

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator There's no point in making the cup suffer for nothing. NARRATOR_2_IoM_sanctuary_012 2944 0

T: DruidScroll

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham doesn't think they'll be able to help him in his search. NARRATOR_General_216 0 0

T: Shovel

0 0 0 1 D: Graham This doesn't look like a good place to dig. GRAHAM_4_general_100 0 0

C: Action - Walk

2 T: Not that way

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham doesn't need to go that way. NARRATOR_General_024 2143 0

T: Too Busy

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator There's no time for that! NARRATOR_General_015 2155 0

C: Shores

7 T: FishingPoleWrongPlace

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham's not in the mood for fishing. NARRATOR_general_102_000 2272 0

D: Narrator He's been well fed at the Castle of the Crown. NARRATOR_general_102_001 2632 0

T: DrowningWarning

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The currents are very strong! NARRATOR_general_100_000 1847 0

D: Narrator Be careful, Graham! NARRATOR_general_100_001 1083 0

T: WrongIslesCh1

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham doesn't have time to go there right now. NARRATOR_general_101 2866 0

T: FishingPoleNecklaceWrongPlace

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Even though it was a good idea, it doesn't seem to have worked. NARRATOR_2_IoM_seanymphs_003 3898 0

T: Cassima Necklace on Water Before Nymphs

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham certainly doesn't want to just throw the necklace away. NARRATOR_2_IoM_seanymphs_005_000 4285 0

T: Cassima Necklace on Water After Nymphs

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The nymphs have already done all they could for Graham. NARRATOR_2_IoM_seanymphs_006 3455 0

T: WrongIslesEpisodes

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The Arch Druid told me that the scroll is enchanted with the wisdom of Mother Nature and will guide me through my journey. I should heed its directions. GRAHAM_2_OceanDeepOcean_300 0 0

C: Pre-death

1 T: FlyingShoes

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Okay, Graham. Let's make a deal. You'll tell me why that was a good idea, and I'll let you come back to life, free of charge. What do you say? DEATH MESSAGE_death_107_000 10043 0

C: ScrollDruid - Dialog

10 T: ShamirLetters

0 0 0 2 D: Graham Finally, the Arch Druid told me that the scroll has the ability to point me towards people or events that will also aid me on my quest... GRAHAM_2_OceanDeepOcean_305_000 6760 1000

D: Graham Speaking of which, isn't that Shamir the genie? GRAHAM_2_OceanDeepOcean_305_001 4328 0

T: ValaniceFalls

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Valanice? 200_Valanice_Falls_008_001 868 1000

T: Tutorial Part 1

0 0 0 1 D: Graham The Arch Druid told me that the scroll is enchanted with the wisdom of Mother Nature and will guide me through my journey. I should heed its directions. GRAHAM_2_OceanDeepOcean_300 7168 0

T: Tutorial Part 3

0 0 0 1 D: Graham I'll keep it in my pocket until I need it again. GRAHAM_2_OceanDeepOcean_301_001 2652 0

T: Tutorial Part 1b

0 0 0 2 D: Graham The scroll is enchanted to let me know what ingredients are currently available. GRAHAM_2_OceanDeepOcean_301_000 3435 0

D: Graham It looks like only these three are available right now. GRAHAM_2_OceanDeepOcean_302 2559 0

T: Tutorial Part 2

0 0 0 1 D: Graham The magic of the scroll will direct me to the islands on the map where I can find the currently displayed ingredients. GRAHAM_2_OceanDeepOcean_303 5234 0

T: Tutorial Part 1c

0 0 0 1 D: Graham When I have obtained an ingredient, it will be crossed off the list. GRAHAM_2_OceanDeepOcean_304 3201 0

T: Tutorial 5

0 0 0 2 D: Graham Finally, the Arch Druid told me that the scroll has the ability to point me towards people or events that will also aid me on my quest... GRAHAM_2_OceanDeepOcean_305_000 6760 0

D: Graham Speaking of which, isn’t that Shamir the genie? GRAHAM_2_OceanDeepOcean_305_001 4328 0

T: Shamir

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Shamir? GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_301 0 0

T: Archdruid

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Of course. I have gathered all of the spell ingredients! Graham_ScrollDruid_ArchDruid 0 0


1 5 C: Action - Look

18 T: Global

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator The old wine cellar is dank and musty. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_001_000 2435 0

D: Narrator Graham gets a chill being down here, almost as if he were not alone. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_001_001 3878 0

D: Narrator The dim shadows dance slowly in the light of the torches, as though they were alive and waiting to grab him. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_001_002 6914 0

T: Casks

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The casks appear to have once held wine, but are now empty. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_002 4185 0

T: Arch

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The arch leads to a darkened area in the basement. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_003_000 2976 0

D: Narrator Graham sees nothing of interest there. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_003_001 2345 0

T: Pallet

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator It's too dark down there to see anything! NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_032 2526 0

T: Termites

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Termites! And lots of them! NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_010 2916 0

T: GlobalDark

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator All Graham can see are a few stone steps that descend into darkness. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_016_000 3999 0

D: Narrator It wouldn't be wise to descend under these conditions. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_016_001 3247 0

T: Shelves

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator There are very few bottles here, but they are some of the finest wines in the world. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_012_000 4960 0

D: Narrator Graham remembers his own wine cellar in Castle Daventry, and the many bottles he's collected during his reign. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_012_001 6674 0

D: Narrator He likes to save them for special occasions, and promises that when his family is safe and all of this is over, he'll open the finest bottle in the castle in celebration of that. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_012_002 11153 0

T: Torch

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The light from the torch is dim, but enough to make some sense out of the darkness in this room. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_014 4570 0

T: Stairs

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The stairs lead back up to the main hall of the castle. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_016 3007 0

T: Chains

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator The hooks must be used to hang meat, or so Graham hopes. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_017_000 4170 0

D: Narrator As chilly as this basement is, he would rather think of that than anything else that could cross his mind for any use of these. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_017_001 8017 0

D: Narrator Besides, the Prince is a good man, even if he was once a beast. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_017_002 4798 0

T: Grate

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The grate looks suspiciously unstable. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_019 2796 0

T: Crate

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The crate must hold more wine bottles. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_021 2375 0

T: Basket

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Hmm, a basket. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_023_000 1985 0

D: Narrator Maybe beyond the unlit archway is a pressing machine and this was used to pick some grapes, although Graham has not seen any vineyards on the island. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_023_001 9319 0

T: Pulley

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The pulley, while interesting, is puzzling to Graham. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_025_000 3848 0

D: Narrator What on earth could a pulley be used for down here? NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_025_001 3728 0

T: Torch02

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator It's good to know there's more than one torch around here. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_028 2916 0

T: Prints

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Hm, there are small animal prints leading under this barrel. GRAHAM_IoB_basement_300 3671 0

T: Shovel

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator A shovel is among the items kept in the Prince's basement. NARRATOR_4_iob_basement_001 0 0

T: ClawMarks

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator There are some claw marks near the barrels, perhaps leftover mementos from the Prince's days spent as a Beast. NARRATOR_4_iob_basement_003 0 0

C: Action - Use

9 T: Wood

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Little friends, I need your help. GRAHAM_2_IoB_basement_005 1763 300 GrahamLine5 T: Wood Part 2

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Can you shape that into a figure that looks like a chess king? GRAHAM_2_IoB_basement_006 2617 150 GrahamLine6 T: Wood Part 3

0 0 0 1 D: Graham No, no, I didn't say "janitor," I said "chess king." GRAHAM_2_IoB_basement_007 3174 250 GrahamLine7 T: Wood Part 4

0 0 0 1 D: Graham No, not an ugly pawn. GRAHAM_2_IoB_basement_008 1502 500 GrahamLine8 T: Wood Part 5

0 0 0 1 D: Graham There you go! Thank you very much. GRAHAM_2_IoB_basement_009 2465 300 GrahamLine9 T: TinderboxBarrels

0 0 0 4 D: Graham What's this? GRAHAM_2_IoB_basement_001 0 0 GrahamLine1 D: Graham Aha! GRAHAM_2_IoB_basement_003 0 0 GrahamLine3 D: Narrator Graham finds a clump of stiff dry fur. NARRATOR_4_iob_basement_002_000 0 0

D: Narrator Perhaps from the Prince's shedding days? NARRATOR_4_iob_basement_002_001 0 0

T: TInderBoxBarrels2 Part 1

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Are you ever satisfied, Graham? NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_007 0 0

T: TInderBoxBarrels2 Part 2

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham finds... NARRATOR_4_iob_basement_003 0 0

D: Narrator ...nothing. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_021_001 0 0

T: TInderBoxBarrels2 Part 3

0 0 0 2 D: Graham I really don't wanna go down there a third time. GRAHAM_2_IoB_basement_004 0 0 GrahamLine4 D: Narrator Hey, third time's a charm! NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_009 0 0

C: Action - Hand

11 T: Shelves

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Tempting... but this is no time to get a muddled head. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_013 3938 0

T: Torch

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham should leave it where it is. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_015 2015 0

T: Chains

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham doesn't want to hurt himself, or worse, by playing around with these hooks. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_018 5682 0

T: Grate

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham gives a little kick and it almost falls. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_020_000 2969 0

D: Narrator He should be careful when walking around here. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_020_001 2586 0

T: Crate

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The crate is sealed shut, and Graham is almost certain he will not find anything useful in it. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_022 5532 0

T: Basket

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham would not expect to find any grapes in it, nor does he plan on doing any picking if he found any vines. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_024 6433 0

T: Pulley

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator There's nothing Graham needs to use the pulley for. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_026 2976 0

T: Torch02

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham would try to light it, but the other torch is doing its job just fine. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_029 4510 0

T: Barrels

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham is no Pinocchio, but that doesn't mean he's any more eager to have termites crawling all over him. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_030 7666 0

T: Pallet

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator It's too dark down there to see anything! NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_032 2526 0

T: Without Candle

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator It's too dark down there to see anything! NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_032 2526 0

C: Death Messages

2 T: Stairs

0 0 0 7 D: Narrator Weeeee... that was so much fun! Do it again, Graham! NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_011_000 4700 0

D: Narrator Graham? NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_011_001 1399 0

D: Narrator Graham?! NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_011_002 1654 0

D: Narrator Graham? Oh, oh no, Graham... Oh, oh no, no, no, no, noooooo!! Graham... NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_011_003 14430 0

D: Narrator What? NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_011_004 662 0

D: Narrator A new contract for the new game, you say? NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_011_005 2676 0

D: Narrator Oh, well sign me up! NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_011_006 1954 0

T: Grate

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator If you survive the fall, the darkness, being eaten by the monsters that live down there, the pestilence from the bacteria, and who knows what else is down there, you are going to take one hell of a shower before I say another word, Mister! NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_031_000 15415 0

C: Action - Talk

1 T: Termites

0 0 0 2 D: Graham Excuse me... GRAHAM_2_IoM_village_002 667 0

D: TermiteQueen (Indiscernable noises) TERMITEQUEEN_2_IoB_basement_001 5371 0 TermiteQueenLine1

1 5 C: Action - Look

18 T: Global

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The old wine cellar is dank and musty. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_001_000 2435 0

T: Casks

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The casks appear to have once held wine, but are now empty. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_002 4185 0

T: Arch

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The arch leads to a darkened area in the basement. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_003_000 2976 0

D: Narrator Graham sees nothing of interest there. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_003_001 2345 0

T: Pallet

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator It's too dark down there to see anything! NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_032 2526 0

T: Termites

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Termites! And lots of them! NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_010 2916 0

T: GlobalDark

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator All Graham can see are a few stone steps that descend into darkness. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_016_000 3999 0

D: Narrator It wouldn't be wise to descend under these conditions. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_016_001 3247 0

T: Shelves

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator There are very few bottles here, but they are some of the finest wines in the world. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_012_000 4960 0

T: Torch

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The light from the torch is dim, but enough to make some sense out of the darkness in this room. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_014 4570 0

T: Stairs

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The stairs lead back up to the main hall of the castle. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_016 3007 0

T: Chains

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The hooks must be used to hang meat, or so Graham hopes. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_017_000 4170 0

T: Grate

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The grate looks suspiciously unstable. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_019 2796 0

T: Crate

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The crate must hold more wine bottles. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_021 2375 0

T: Basket

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Hmm, a basket. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_023_000 1985 0

D: Narrator Maybe beyond the unlit archway is a pressing machine and this was used to pick some grapes, although Graham has not seen any vineyards on the island. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_023_001 9319 0

T: Pulley

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The pulley, while interesting, is puzzling to Graham. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_025_000 3848 0

D: Narrator What on earth could a pulley be used for down here? NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_025_001 3728 0

T: Torch02

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator It's good to know there's more than one torch around here. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_028 2916 0

T: Prints

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Hm, there are small animal prints leading under this barrel. GRAHAM_IoB_basement_300 3671 0

T: Shovel

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator A shovel is among the items kept in the Prince's basement. NARRATOR_4_iob_basement_001 3553 0

T: ClawMarks

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator There are some claw marks near the barrels, perhaps leftover mementos from the Prince's days spent as a Beast. NARRATOR_4_iob_basement_003 1466 0

C: Action - Use

9 T: Wood

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Little friends, I need your help. GRAHAM_2_IoB_basement_005 1763 0 GrahamLine5 T: Wood Part 2

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Can you shape that into a figure that looks like a chess king? GRAHAM_2_IoB_basement_006 2617 0 GrahamLine6 T: Wood Part 3

0 0 0 1 D: Graham No, no, I didn't say "janitor", I said "chess king". GRAHAM_2_IoB_basement_007 3174 0 GrahamLine7 T: Wood Part 4

0 0 0 1 D: Graham No, not an ugly pawn. GRAHAM_2_IoB_basement_008 1502 0 GrahamLine8 T: Wood Part 5

0 0 0 1 D: Graham There you go! Thank you very much. GRAHAM_2_IoB_basement_009 2465 0 GrahamLine9 T: TinderboxBarrels

0 0 0 4 D: Graham What's this? GRAHAM_2_IoB_basement_001 740 0 GrahamLine1 D: Graham Aha! GRAHAM_2_IoB_basement_003 721 0 GrahamLine3 D: Narrator Graham finds a clump of stiff dry fur. NARRATOR_4_iob_basement_002_000 3019 0

D: Narrator Perhaps from the Prince's shedding days? NARRATOR_4_iob_basement_002_001 2555 0

T: TInderBoxBarrels2 Part 1

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Are you ever satisfied, Graham? NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_007 2465 0

T: TInderBoxBarrels2 Part 2

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham finds... NARRATOR_4_iob_basement_003 1466 0

D: Narrator ...nothing. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_021_001 1585 0

T: TInderBoxBarrels2 Part 3

0 0 0 2 D: Graham I really don't wanna go down there a third time. GRAHAM_2_IoB_basement_004 2484 0 GrahamLine4 D: Narrator Hey, third time's a charm! NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_009 1654 0

C: Action - Hand

11 T: Shelves

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Tempting... but this is no time to get a muddled head. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_013 3938 0

T: Torch

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham should leave it where it is. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_015 2015 0

T: Chains

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham doesn't want to hurt himself, or worse, by playing around with these hooks. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_018 5682 0

T: Grate

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham gives a little kick and it almost falls. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_020_000 2969 0

D: Narrator He should be careful when walking around here. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_020_001 2586 0

T: Crate

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The crate is sealed shut, and Graham is almost certain he will not find anything useful in it. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_022 5532 0

T: Basket

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham would not expect to find any grapes in it, nor does he plan on doing any picking if he found any vines. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_024 6433 0

T: Pulley

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator There's nothing Graham needs to use the pulley for. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_026 2976 0

T: Torch02

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham would try to light it, but the other torch is doing its job just fine. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_029 4510 0

T: Barrels

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham is no Pinocchio, but that doesn't mean he's any more eager to have termites crawling all over him. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_030 7666 0

T: Pallet

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator It's too dark down there to see anything! NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_032 2526 0

T: Without Candle

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator It's too dark down there to see anything! NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_032 2526 0

C: Death Messages

2 T: Stairs

0 0 0 7 D: Narrator Weeeee... that was so much fun! Do it again, Graham! NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_011_000 4700 0

D: Narrator Graham? NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_011_001 1399 0

D: Narrator Graham?! NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_011_002 1654 0

D: Narrator Graham? Oh, oh no, Graham... Oh, oh no, no, no, no, noooooo!! Graham... NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_011_003 14430 0

D: Narrator What? NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_011_004 662 0

D: Narrator A new contract for the new game, you say? NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_011_005 2676 0

D: Narrator Oh, well sign me up! NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_011_006 1954 0

T: Grate

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator If you survive the fall, the darkness, being eaten by the monsters that live down there, the pestilence from the bacteria, and who knows what else is down there, you are going to take one hell of a shower before I say another word, Mister! NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_031_000 15415 0

C: Action - Talk

1 T: Termites

0 0 0 2 D: Graham Excuse me... GRAHAM_2_IoM_village_002 667 0

D: TermiteQueen (Indiscernable noises) TERMITEQUEEN_2_IoB_basement_001 5371 0 TermiteQueenLine1

1 3 C: Action - Look

6 T: Global

0 0 0 5 D: Narrator This large, majestic castle looms over Graham as he finally exits the hedge maze leading up to its gates. NARRATOR_2_IoB_outercastle_001_000 5999 0

D: Narrator It's even more impressive up-close than it was from afar. NARRATOR_2_IoB_outercastle_001_001 3309 0

D: Narrator With its flags billowing in the breeze and its tall stone turrets, the castle on the Isle of the Beast is every bit as grand and imposing as Castle Daventry. NARRATOR_2_IoB_outercastle_001_002 8410 0

D: Narrator Unlike Graham's home, however, it emanates a heavy air of solitude, as if carved in the wood of its doors and in the empty windows from above is the story of the man that lived here, cut off from everything else for far too many years. NARRATOR_2_IoB_outercastle_001_003 12932 0

D: Narrator Though Graham can see the beginnings of new life and hope that have begun to stir in the castle from the Prince's newfound love, it will be some time before that melancholy air is gone entirely from this place. NARRATOR_2_IoB_outercastle_001_004 11551 0

T: Bushes

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator The sturdy bushes remain almost untouched by the breeze, and are beautifully maintained. NARRATOR_2_IoB_outercastle_002_000 5348 0

D: Narrator If it is true that the Prince does not have any servants, Graham wonders how these gardens remain so well manicured. NARRATOR_2_IoB_outercastle_002_001 6646 0

D: Narrator Perhaps it is the work of some magic? NARRATOR_2_IoB_outercastle_002_002 2371 0

D: Narrator That would explain why Graham has felt a creeping up his spine throughout the journey through the hedge maze, as though the hedges themselves were watching him... NARRATOR_2_IoB_outercastle_002_003 8156 0

T: Balcony

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator The traditional balcony above the castle doors. NARRATOR_2_IoB_outercastle_003_000 2729 0

D: Narrator Once, this castle and this island must have been filled with people who would gather at this same place to listen to their kings and queens. NARRATOR_2_IoB_outercastle_003_001 7004 0

D: Narrator Strangely, Graham has seen no sign of even the remains of a village on this island; then again, it is possible the path he took is the only one not taken over by vegetation. NARRATOR_2_IoB_outercastle_003_002 10854 0

D: Narrator Perhaps the way to such a place is barred by nature's growth. NARRATOR_2_IoB_outercastle_003_003 3326 0

T: Windows

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator So many windows and so few people to look out at the scenery from them. NARRATOR_2_IoB_outercastle_004_000 4301 0

D: Narrator Once, one could probably see hundreds of damsels waving their handkerchiefs to their knights. NARRATOR_2_IoB_outercastle_004_001 5432 0

D: Narrator All that remains now are the empty sighs of the past from the equally empty halls of the castle. NARRATOR_2_IoB_outercastle_004_002 5293 0

T: Flag

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The Prince must be very proud of his family's coat of arms, as it is displayed on every flag on the castle's turrets, as well as the solid door that leads inside. NARRATOR_2_IoB_outercastle_005 8752 0

T: Door

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator For all the immense grandiose of the pristine castle, the door that opens to within is fairly simple. NARRATOR_2_IoB_outercastle_006_000 5286 0

D: Narrator It displays only the Prince's coat of arms, and the solid look of a door that would not easily budge if forced. NARRATOR_2_IoB_outercastle_006_001 6058 0

D: Narrator Graham appreciates such modesty, and is also glad that he needs not force or trick his way into this castle. NARRATOR_2_IoB_outercastle_006_002 6062 0

C: Action - Hand

4 T: Bushes

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator If it truly is the work of magic that maintains the topiary, Graham would prefer to not touch them. NARRATOR_2_IoB_outercastle_007_000 6562 0

D: Narrator Besides, he had his fill of foliage just getting to the castle gates! NARRATOR_2_IoB_outercastle_007_001 3958 0

T: Balcony

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham has his very own balcony to speak from back home in Daventry. NARRATOR_2_IoB_outercastle_008_000 4011 0

D: Narrator No reason to use this one, even if there were anyone here to address. NARRATOR_2_IoB_outercastle_008_001 3963 0

T: Windows

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator It would be awfully difficult to reach those windows from where Graham's standing now, and he's fairly certain he need only knock on the door to gain access to the castle, rather than sneaking in. NARRATOR_2_IoB_outercastle_009_000 10613 0

D: Narrator That kind of protocol is only appropriate for the castles of evil wizards and vile villains! NARRATOR_2_IoB_outercastle_009_001 6338 0

T: Flag

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham wouldn't want to take the Prince's coat of arms from him. NARRATOR_2_IoB_outercastle_010 3182 0

C: PrinceGreetings

1 T: PrinceGreetings

0 0 0 12 D: Prince Yes? PRINCE_2_IoB_outercastle_001 672 0 PrinceLine1 D: Graham Good day, Your Highness. GRAHAM_2_IoB_outercastle_001_000 960 0 GrahamLine1 D: Graham I'm King Graham of Daventry. My son... GRAHAM_2_IoB_outercastle_001_001 1950 0 GrahamLine1b D: Prince Yes, Yes! Goodness, King Graham! PRINCE_2_IoB_outercastle_002_000 2473 0 PrinceLine2 D: Prince We met briefly at the wedding. PRINCE_2_IoB_outercastle_002_001 1484 0 PrinceLine2b D: Prince I-I'm so sorry I didn't recognize you at first. PRINCE_2_IoB_outercastle_002_002 2854 0 PrinceLine2c D: Graham That's quite all right, Your Highness. GRAHAM_2_IoB_outercastle_002_000 1238 0 GrahamLine2 D: Graham I apologize for the intrusion. GRAHAM_2_IoB_outercastle_002_001 1684 0

D: Graham I've never been to your island, and Alexander spoke so highly of it, I thought I'd pay you a visit. GRAHAM_2_IoB_outercastle_002_002 4733 0

D: Prince There is no intrusion, King Graham. PRINCE_2_IoB_outercastle_003_000 2223 0 PrinceLine3 D: Prince I would be honored if you would join us in the garden. PRINCE_2_IoB_outercastle_003_001 2222 0

D: Prince Please, come in. PRINCE_2_IoB_outercastle_003_002 1050 0

1 3 C: Action - Look

6 T: Global

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator This large, majestic castle looms over Graham as he finally exits the hedge maze leading up to its gates. NARRATOR_2_IoB_outercastle_001_000 5999 0

D: Narrator It's even more impressive up-close than it was from afar. NARRATOR_2_IoB_outercastle_001_001 3309 0

T: Bushes

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator The sturdy bushes remain almost untouched by the breeze, and are beautifully maintained. NARRATOR_2_IoB_outercastle_002_000 5348 0

D: Narrator If it is true that the Prince does not have any servants, Graham wonders how these gardens remain so well manicured. NARRATOR_2_IoB_outercastle_002_001 6646 0

D: Narrator Perhaps it is the work of some magic? NARRATOR_2_IoB_outercastle_002_002 2371 0

T: Balcony

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The traditional balcony above the castle doors. NARRATOR_2_IoB_outercastle_003_000 2729 0

T: Windows

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator So many windows and so few people to look out at the scenery from them. NARRATOR_2_IoB_outercastle_004_000 4301 0

T: Flag

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The Prince must be very proud of his family's coat of arms, as it is displayed on every flag on the castle's turrets, as well as the solid door that leads inside. NARRATOR_2_IoB_outercastle_005 8752 0

T: Door

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator For all the immense grandiose of the pristine castle, the door that opens to within is fairly simple. NARRATOR_2_IoB_outercastle_006_000 5286 0

D: Narrator It displays only the Prince's coat of arms, and the solid look of a door that would not easily budge if forced. NARRATOR_2_IoB_outercastle_006_001 6058 0

C: Action - Hand

4 T: Bushes

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator If it truly is the work of magic that maintains the topiary, Graham would prefer to not touch them. NARRATOR_2_IoB_outercastle_007_000 6562 0

D: Narrator Besides, he had his fill of foliage just getting to the castle gates! NARRATOR_2_IoB_outercastle_007_001 3958 0

T: Balcony

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham has his very own balcony to speak from back home in Daventry. NARRATOR_2_IoB_outercastle_008_000 4011 0

T: Windows

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator That kind of protocol is only appropriate for the castles of evil wizards and vile villains! NARRATOR_2_IoB_outercastle_009_001 6338 0

T: Flag

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham wouldn't want to take the Prince's coat of arms from him. NARRATOR_2_IoB_outercastle_010 3182 0

C: PrinceGreetings

1 T: PrinceGreetings

0 0 0 12 D: Prince Yes? PRINCE_2_IoB_outercastle_001 672 0 PrinceLine1 D: Graham Good day, Your Highness. GRAHAM_2_IoB_outercastle_001_000 960 0 GrahamLine1 D: Graham I'm King Graham of Daventry. My son... GRAHAM_2_IoB_outercastle_001_001 1950 0 GrahamLine1b D: Prince Yes, Yes! Goodness, King Graham! PRINCE_2_IoB_outercastle_002_000 2473 0 PrinceLine2 D: Prince We met briefly at the wedding. PRINCE_2_IoB_outercastle_002_001 1484 0 PrinceLine2b D: Prince I-I'm so sorry I didn't recognize you at first. PRINCE_2_IoB_outercastle_002_002 2854 0 PrinceLine2c D: Graham That's quite all right, Your Highness. GRAHAM_2_IoB_outercastle_002_000 1238 0 GrahamLine2 D: Graham I apologize for the intrusion. GRAHAM_2_IoB_outercastle_002_001 1684 0

D: Graham I've never been to your island, and Alexander spoke so highly of it, I thought I'd pay you a visit. GRAHAM_2_IoB_outercastle_002_002 4733 0

D: Prince There is no intrusion, King Graham. PRINCE_2_IoB_outercastle_003_000 2223 0 PrinceLine3 D: Prince I would be honored if you would join us in the garden. PRINCE_2_IoB_outercastle_003_001 2222 0

D: Prince Please, come in. PRINCE_2_IoB_outercastle_003_002 1050 0


1 4 C: Action - Look

10 T: Global

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator On many occasions, especially after wedding Valanice, Graham thought of constructing an inner garden in Castle Daventry. NARRATOR_2_IoB_innergarden_001_000 6961 0

D: Narrator Over the years his attention has been taken up by one event after another, however, so he was never able to put in such a garden for her. NARRATOR_2_IoB_innergarden_001_001 8543 0

D: Narrator Valanice does have her rose bushes on the outskirts of the castle, though. NARRATOR_2_IoB_innergarden_001_002 4235 0

T: Fountain

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The crystalline waters rock the lily pads softly, adding a further sense of tranquility to the garden. NARRATOR_2_IoB_innergarden_011 6572 0

T: Roses

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham admires the beautiful white roses. NARRATOR_2_IoB_innergarden_003_000 2607 0

D: Narrator Someone must have taken great pains to ensure that they would flourish. NARRATOR_2_IoB_innergarden_003_001 4151 0

T: Prince

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Prince Cocteau is no longer the gruff beast of legend, but rather a majestic looking young man. NARRATOR_2_IoB_innergarden_005_000 5972 0

D: Narrator He smiles kindly at Graham. NARRATOR_2_IoB_innergarden_005_001 2185 0

T: Beauty

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Beauty has a shy, but kind look about her. NARRATOR_2_IoB_innergarden_006_000 3133 0

D: Narrator Graham is glad that she managed to escape her servitude and find a place where her heart's kindness could truly be appreciated. NARRATOR_2_IoB_innergarden_006_001 7624 0

T: Beauty and Beast

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The couple looks very disturbed, making Graham feel as if he should be doing something about it. NARRATOR_2_IoB_innergarden_007 5739 0

T: Statue

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Prince Cocteau seems to have a fascination with horns. NARRATOR_2_IoB_innergarden_002 3773 0

T: Columns

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Grass and moss embrace the columns in a beautiful way, serving as a throne to the fierce bullish masters that stand firm at the top, holding the weight of the second level on their shoulders. NARRATOR_2_IoB_innergarden_014 11123 0

T: Tree

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Cassima told Graham that when they visited the Isle of the Beast, she was greatly impressed by a solitary tree in the garden. NARRATOR_2_IoB_innergarden_015_000 6985 0

D: Narrator It was a special tree that the Prince had brought from a faraway land, and that kept him company during the long years he spent as a beast. NARRATOR_2_IoB_innergarden_015_001 7813 0

D: Narrator Graham is sure this is the tree she was talking about. NARRATOR_2_IoB_innergarden_015_002 3554 0

T: RoseOnGround

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator The lonely rose reminds Graham of his daughter. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_030_000 2816 0

D: Narrator They named her Rosella for Valanice's love of the flower, after all. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_030_001 4126 0

D: Narrator This one seems so alone and defenseless as it lies there, just the way Rosella looked when she fell under the stranger's spell. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_030_002 8533 0

C: Action - Hand

5 T: Roses

0 0 0 2 D: Graham Hmph! GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_001 847 0 GrahamRoseLine1 D: Narrator Careful, Graham! NARRATOR_2_IoB_innergarden_004 1485 0

T: Fountain

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The water feels cold to the touch, but nonetheless refreshing. NARRATOR_2_IoB_innergarden_012 3895 0

T: Statue

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Even if Graham could try taking the horn, he doesn't think the Prince would appreciate his sticky fingers. NARRATOR_2_IoB_innergarden_013 6328 0

T: Tree

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Even while it is fragile, this young tree is more beautiful than many of the older and sturdier trees Graham has seen in his life. NARRATOR_2_IoB_innergarden_016_000 7789 0

D: Narrator Its red foliage blends seamlessly with the garden, and Graham is sure that it will grow to be a very impressive tree. NARRATOR_2_IoB_innergarden_016_001 7229 0

D: Narrator But its trunk is still slim, and he doesn't wish to harm it by shaking it or trying to climb it. NARRATOR_2_IoB_innergarden_016_002 5696 0

T: Rose

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator At least Graham can pick up the flower and keep it safe, even if he is still a long way from being able to do the same for Rosella. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_031 8040 0

C: Prince

2 T: House Tour

0 0 0 6 D: Beauty King Graham, My Lord, such an honor to have you in our fine castle. BEAUTY_2_IoB_innergarden_501_000 4455 0 BeautyLine1 D: Beauty If I may be excused, I am terribly saddened and concerned by these recent events. BEAUTY_2_IoB_innergarden_501_001 6309 0 BeautyLine1b D: Beauty My deepest sympathies to your family. BEAUTY_2_IoB_innergarden_501_002 2981 0 BeautyLine1c D: Prince King Alexander is the reason we are now together, Your Majesty. PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_501_000 3308 0 PrinceLine1 D: Prince I hope, in good will, that we can unveil this cloud of darkness that has befallen the kingdom. PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_501_001 5053 0 PrinceLine1b D: Graham I am very touched by your words, Your Majesties. GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_501 2224 3000 GrahamLine1 T: Transformation

0 0 0 14 D: Prince How can this be? PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_502 5660 9008 PrinceLine2 D: Graham What's happened? GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_502 624 700 GrahamLine2 D: Beauty We were standing in the garden. Suddenly, the sky filled with dark clouds... BEAUTY_2_IoB_innergarden_502_000 5504 0 BeautyLine2 D: Beauty The ground began to shudder beneath our feet, and dark shadows started to appear out of nowhere, and... BEAUTY_2_IoB_innergarden_502_001 6884 0

D: Beauty My lord began to change shape, before my very eyes! BEAUTY_2_IoB_innergarden_502_002 4814 2865

D: Graham Did you mention shadows? GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_503 1237 263 GrahamLine3 D: Beauty There were shadows... BEAUTY_2_IoB_innergarden_503_000 1710 0 BeautyLine3 D: Beauty ...dark shadows moving... BEAUTY_2_IoB_innergarden_503_001 1877 0

D: Beauty I don't exactly know what they were... (sobs) BEAUTY_2_IoB_innergarden_503_002 5296 284

D: Graham There is indeed some evil at work in this kingdom, Your Highness. GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_504_000 2534 0 GrahamLine4 D: Graham Perhaps the same force that has enchanted my son and daughter has also plagued upon you. GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_504_001 3923 110

D: Beauty What can I do? BEAUTY_2_IoB_innergarden_504 2270 0 BeautyLine4 D: Graham I must find out who is behind this. GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_505_000 2110 0 GrahamLine4a D: Graham I shall do everything I can do to help you, Your Highnesses. GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_505_001 2387 10910

C: Beauty and Prince

3 T: While Beast

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Beauty and the Prince look very distraught right now. NARRATOR_2_IoB_innergarden_008_000 3292 0

D: Narrator It would be best if Graham didn't disturb them. NARRATOR_2_IoB_innergarden_008_001 2729 0

T: Greetings

0 0 0 2 D: Graham This is a beautiful garden. GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_003 1131 0 GrahamLine5 D: Prince Thank you, Your Highness. PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_001 1299 0 PrinceLine3 T: Topics

0 0 6 0 T: Privacy

0 0 0 9 D: Graham I see you enjoy your privacy. I'm terribly sorry to disturb it. GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_004 2911 0 GrahamLine6 D: Prince We have a solitary lifestyle, Your Highness, but sometimes company is pleasant, especially for my lovely wife. PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_002 6882 0 PrinceLine4 D: Beauty There is nothing this humble maid needs more than His Majesty for her happiness, but as my lord mentions, I do like to receive visitors from time to time. BEAUTY_2_IoB_innergarden_001 9650 0 BeautyLine5 D: Graham I don't see many people visiting your isle. GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_005 1803 0 GrahamLine7 D: Prince Superstitions still surround this fine isle, Your Highness. PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_003_000 3145 0 PrinceLine5 D: Prince Fortunately, my many years alone allow me to abide it. PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_003_001 3350 0 PrinceLine5b D: Prince I can't speak the same for my wife. PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_003_002 2489 0 PrinceLine5c D: Beauty Milord, I've said many times before that I need no other. BEAUTY_2_IoB_innergarden_002 4299 0 BeautyLine6 D: Graham It's so touching to see you love one another so very much. GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_006 2984 0 GrahamLine8 T: Isle of the Beast

0 0 0 12 D: Graham I noticed many disarmed traps on my way here. GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_007_000 3171 0 GrahamLine9 D: Graham Why the need for such hostility? GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_007_001 2069 0 GrahamLine9b D: Prince As a beast... PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_004_000 1824 0 PrinceLine6 D: Prince When I was a beast, there were many who desired to hunt me down and claim my head. PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_004_001 5142 0 PrinceLine6b D: Prince I cannot blame my persecutors for I myself questioned my very existence. PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_004_002 5399 0 PrinceLine6c D: Prince However, now, as you may see, my life has changed again, and some of those persecutors still believe they will find a beast in this place. PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_004_003 8314 0 PrinceLine6d D: Prince I must protect my wife, I'm sure you understand. PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_004_004 3199 0 PrinceLine6e D: Graham Of course I do. No precautions are excessive when talking about those we love. GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_008 3925 0 GrahamLine10 D: Beauty It's sad to see how some people would come after milord, but such is the world we live in. But that's only this serva... my humble opinion. BEAUTY_2_IoB_innergarden_003 9706 0 BeautyLine7 D: Graham Your opinions are as important as the Prince's. GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_009_000 2595 0 GrahamLine11 D: Graham You are now a family, and that's what families do, act as one, stand as one. GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_009_001 4245 0 GrahamLine11b D: Beauty Such lovely words, Your Grace. BEAUTY_2_IoB_innergarden_004 2233 0 BeautyLine8 T: Overcoming Appearances

0 0 0 15 D: Graham If I may be so bold to ask, how was it you were so brave... overcoming appearances? GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_010 5404 0 GrahamLine12 D: Beauty Milord, I never saw my lord's appearance on the outside, but who he was inside... through his eyes. BEAUTY_2_IoB_innergarden_005_000 7698 0 BeautyLine9 D: Beauty And that's all I needed to see. BEAUTY_2_IoB_innergarden_005_001 3083 0 BeautyLine9b D: Prince I never believed someone could do that. PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_005_000 3017 0 PrinceLine7 D: Prince She showed me that I do not need to be afraid. PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_005_001 2916 0 PrinceLine7b D: Graham Sometimes I wish my own daughter could see things that way. GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_011 2427 0 GrahamLine13 D: Beauty May I ask what you mean by that? BEAUTY_2_IoB_innergarden_006 1685 0 BeautyLine10 D: Graham She is a good-hearted girl, but sometimes she trusts her eyes more than her heart. GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_012 3198 0 GrahamLine14 D: Beauty It's not easy, Milord. BEAUTY_2_IoB_innergarden_007_000 1573 0 BeautyLine11 D: Beauty I guess I didn't have a choice but seeing things this way. BEAUTY_2_IoB_innergarden_007_001 3222 0 BeautyLine11b D: Beauty Life itself made me do it. BEAUTY_2_IoB_innergarden_007_002 2568 0 BeautyLine11c D: Graham Perhaps Rosella's time has not yet come. GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_013 1814 0 GrahamLine15 D: Prince I can say with all due respect, Your Highness, that while there is plenty of time in this world to learn, it is only when we open our minds that we do see these things. PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_006 8606 0 PrinceLine8 D: Graham I agree, but I still believe she will learn. GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_014 2890 0 GrahamLine16 D: Beauty Hope is very important. BEAUTY_2_IoB_innergarden_008 2723 0 BeautyLine12 T: White Roses

0 0 0 18 D: Graham You have very beautiful roses here. GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_015_000 1772 1000 GrahamLine17 D: Graham Any particular reason why they're all white? GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_015_001 2095 0 GrahamLine17b D: Prince They used to be more colorful, but... they excited me, while I was a beast. So I disposed of all but the white roses, which soothed me. PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_007_000 8375 0 PrinceLine9 D: Prince They became my only company. Those and the termites. PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_007_001 4229 0 PrinceLine9b D: Graham Termites? GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_016 646 0 GrahamLine18 D: Prince Down in the basement. PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_008_000 1136 0 PrinceLine10 D: Prince Not a nice place to visit. PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_008_001 1622 0 PrinceLine10b D: Graham How can you befriend termites? GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_017 1752 0 GrahamLine19 D: Prince They are incredibly smart creatures, and the ones in the castle are quite artistic. PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_009_000 4855 0 PrinceLine11 D: Prince They understand our language, and will turn any piece of wood into the object of your desire. PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_009_001 4708 0 PrinceLine11b D: Graham Very interesting. GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_018_000 1154 0 GrahamLine20 D: Graham My wife is very fond of roses. GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_018_001 3516 0 GrahamLine20b D: Prince So I've heard. PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_010_000 1229 0 PrinceLine12 D: Prince Her garden is very famous among us rose lovers. PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_010_001 2856 0 PrinceLine12b D: Prince I have wished for years that I could lay eyes on it. PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_010_002 2984 0 PrinceLine12c D: Graham Perhaps after all this madness is over, you and your lovely wife could accept an invitation to my fair kingdom. GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_019 4675 0 GrahamLine21 D: Prince That is very gracious of you, and I'm sure Beauty would love the idea. PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_011 4443 0 PrinceLine13 D: Prince Watch yourself, King Graham, as beautiful as those roses may be, they also serve as a defense to my kingdom. PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_012 5824 0 PrinceLine13b T: Painting

0 1 0 8 D: Graham Regarding that painting in your main hall... GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_020 2227 0 GrahamLine22 D: Prince What about it? PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_013 868 0 PrinceLine14 D: Graham I know this is an odd question, but could I use it? GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_021 3115 0 GrahamLine23 D: Prince Use it? PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_014_000 727 0 PrinceLine15 D: Prince No! PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_014_001 871 0 PrinceLine15b D: Prince I'm very sorry, but it is a personal favorite, and I will not part with it for anything in this world. PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_014_002 7183 0 PrinceLine15c D: Beauty Paintings are very important to His Majesty. BEAUTY_2_IoB_innergarden_009 2796 0 BeautyLine13 D: Graham I understand. I apologize for asking. GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_022 2874 500 GrahamLine24 T: Goodbye

0 0 0 2 D: Graham I must part now. I appreciate your welcoming. GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_023 2888 0 GrahamLine25 D: Prince Anytime, Your Highness. PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_015 1842 0 PrinceLine16

1 4 C: Action - Look

10 T: Global

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator On many occasions, especially after wedding Valanice, Graham thought of constructing an inner garden in Castle Daventry. NARRATOR_2_IoB_innergarden_001_000 6961 0

D: Narrator Over the years his attention has been taken up by one event after another, however, so he was never able to put in such a garden for her. NARRATOR_2_IoB_innergarden_001_001 8543 0

D: Narrator Valanice does have her rose bushes on the outskirts of the castle, though. NARRATOR_2_IoB_innergarden_001_002 4235 0

T: Fountain

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The crystalline waters rock the lily pads softly, adding a further sense of tranquility to the garden. NARRATOR_2_IoB_innergarden_011 6572 0

T: Roses

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham admires the beautiful white roses. NARRATOR_2_IoB_innergarden_003_000 2607 0

T: Prince

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Prince Cocteau is no longer the gruff beast of legend, but rather a majestic looking young man. NARRATOR_2_IoB_innergarden_005_000 5972 0

T: Beauty

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Beauty has a shy, but kind look about her. NARRATOR_2_IoB_innergarden_006_000 3133 0

T: Beauty and Beast

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The couple looks very disturbed, making Graham feel as if he should be doing something about it. NARRATOR_2_IoB_innergarden_007 5739 0

T: Statue

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Prince Cocteau seems to have a fascination with horns. NARRATOR_2_IoB_innergarden_002 3773 0

T: Columns

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Grass and moss embrace the columns in a beautiful way, serving as a throne to the fierce bullish masters that stand firm at the top, holding the weight of the second level on their shoulders. NARRATOR_2_IoB_innergarden_014 11123 0

T: Tree

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Cassima told Graham that when they visited the Isle of the Beast, she was greatly impressed by a solitary tree in the garden. NARRATOR_2_IoB_innergarden_015_000 6985 0

T: RoseOnGround

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The lonely rose reminds Graham of his daughter. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_030_000 2816 0

D: Narrator They named her Rosella for Valanice's love of the flower, after all. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_030_001 4126 0

C: Action - Hand

5 T: Roses

0 0 0 2 D: Graham Hmph! GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_001 847 0 GrahamRoseLine1 D: Narrator Careful, Graham! NARRATOR_2_IoB_innergarden_004 1485 0

T: Fountain

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The water feels cold to the touch, but nonetheless refreshing. NARRATOR_2_IoB_innergarden_012 3895 0

T: Statue

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Even if Graham could try taking the horn, he doesn't think the Prince would appreciate his sticky fingers. NARRATOR_2_IoB_innergarden_013 6328 0

T: Tree

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Even while it is fragile, this young tree is more beautiful than many of the older and sturdier trees Graham has seen in his life. NARRATOR_2_IoB_innergarden_016_000 7789 0

D: Narrator But its trunk is still slim, and he doesn't wish to harm it by shaking it or trying to climb it. NARRATOR_2_IoB_innergarden_016_002 5696 0

T: Rose

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator At least Graham can pick up the flower and keep it safe, even if he is still a long way from being able to do the same for Rosella. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_031 8040 0

C: Prince

2 T: House Tour

0 0 0 6 D: Beauty King Graham, My Lord, such an honor to have you in our fine castle. BEAUTY_2_IoB_innergarden_501_000 4455 0 BeautyLine1 D: Beauty If I may be excused, I am terribly saddened and concerned by these recent events. BEAUTY_2_IoB_innergarden_501_001 6309 0 BeautyLine1b D: Beauty My deepest sympathies to your family. BEAUTY_2_IoB_innergarden_501_002 2981 0 BeautyLine1c D: Prince King Alexander is the reason we are now together, Your Majesty. PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_501_000 3308 0 PrinceLine1 D: Prince I hope, in good will, that we can unveil this cloud of darkness that has befallen the kingdom. PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_501_001 5053 0 PrinceLine1b D: Graham I am very touched by your words, Your Majesties. GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_501 2224 3000 GrahamLine1 T: Transformation

0 0 0 14 D: Prince How can this be? PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_502 5660 9008 PrinceLine2 D: Graham What's happened? GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_502 624 700 GrahamLine2 D: Beauty We were standing in the garden. Suddenly, the sky filled with dark clouds... BEAUTY_2_IoB_innergarden_502_000 5504 0 BeautyLine2 D: Beauty The ground began to shudder beneath our feet, and dark shadows started to appear out of nowhere, and... BEAUTY_2_IoB_innergarden_502_001 6884 0

D: Beauty My lord began to change shape, before my very eyes! BEAUTY_2_IoB_innergarden_502_002 4814 2865

D: Graham Did you mention shadows? GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_503 1237 263 GrahamLine3 D: Beauty There were shadows... BEAUTY_2_IoB_innergarden_503_000 1710 0 BeautyLine3 D: Beauty ...dark shadows moving... BEAUTY_2_IoB_innergarden_503_001 1877 0

D: Beauty I don't exactly know what they were... (sobs) BEAUTY_2_IoB_innergarden_503_002 5296 284

D: Graham There is indeed some evil at work in this kingdom, Your Highness. GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_504_000 2534 0 GrahamLine4 D: Graham Perhaps the same force that has enchanted my son and daughter has also plagued upon you. GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_504_001 3923 110

D: Beauty What can I do? BEAUTY_2_IoB_innergarden_504 2270 0 BeautyLine4 D: Graham I must find out who is behind this. GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_505_000 2110 0 GrahamLine4a D: Graham I shall do everything I can do to help you, Your Highnesses. GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_505_001 2387 10910

C: Beauty and Prince

3 T: While Beast

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Beauty and the Prince look very distraught right now. NARRATOR_2_IoB_innergarden_008_000 3292 0

D: Narrator It would be best if Graham didn't disturb them. NARRATOR_2_IoB_innergarden_008_001 2729 0

T: Greetings

0 0 0 2 D: Graham This is a beautiful garden. GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_003 1131 0 GrahamLine5 D: Prince Thank you, Your Highness. PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_001 1299 0 PrinceLine3 T: Topics

0 0 6 0 T: Privacy

0 0 0 9 D: Graham I see you enjoy your privacy. I'm terribly sorry to disturb it. GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_004 2911 0 GrahamLine6 D: Prince We have a solitary lifestyle, Your Highness, but sometimes company is pleasant, especially for my lovely wife. PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_002 6882 0 PrinceLine4 D: Beauty There is nothing this humble maid needs more than His Majesty for her happiness, but as my lord mentions, I do like to receive visitors from time to time. BEAUTY_2_IoB_innergarden_001 9650 0 BeautyLine5 D: Graham I don't see many people visiting your isle. GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_005 1803 0 GrahamLine7 D: Prince Superstitions still surround this fine isle, Your Highness. PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_003_000 3145 0 PrinceLine5 D: Prince Fortunately, my many years alone allow me to abide it. PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_003_001 3350 0 PrinceLine5b D: Prince I can't speak the same for my wife. PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_003_002 2489 0 PrinceLine5c D: Beauty Milord, I've said many times before that I need no other. BEAUTY_2_IoB_innergarden_002 4299 0 BeautyLine6 D: Graham It's so touching to see you love one another so very much. GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_006 2984 0 GrahamLine8 T: Isle of the Beast

0 0 0 12 D: Graham I noticed many disarmed traps on my way here. GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_007_000 3171 0 GrahamLine9 D: Graham Why the need for such hostility? GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_007_001 2069 0 GrahamLine9b D: Prince As a beast... PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_004_000 1824 0 PrinceLine6 D: Prince When I was a beast, there were many who desired to hunt me down and claim my head. PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_004_001 5142 0 PrinceLine6b D: Prince I cannot blame my persecutors for I myself questioned my very existence. PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_004_002 5399 0 PrinceLine6c D: Prince However, now, as you may see, my life has changed again, and some of those persecutors still believe they will find a beast in this place. PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_004_003 8314 0 PrinceLine6d D: Prince I must protect my wife, I'm sure you understand. PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_004_004 3199 0 PrinceLine6e D: Graham Of course I do. No precautions are excessive when talking about those we love. GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_008 3925 0 GrahamLine10 D: Beauty It's sad to see how some people would come after milord, but such is the world we live in. But that's only this serva... my humble opinion. BEAUTY_2_IoB_innergarden_003 9706 0 BeautyLine7 D: Graham Your opinions are as important as the Prince's. GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_009_000 2595 0 GrahamLine11 D: Graham You are now a family, and that's what families do, act as one, stand as one. GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_009_001 4245 0 GrahamLine11b D: Beauty Such lovely words, Your Grace. BEAUTY_2_IoB_innergarden_004 2233 0 BeautyLine8 T: Overcoming Appearances

0 0 0 15 D: Graham If I may be so bold to ask, how was it you were so brave... overcoming appearances? GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_010 5404 0 GrahamLine12 D: Beauty Milord, I never saw my lord's appearance on the outside, but who he was inside... through his eyes. BEAUTY_2_IoB_innergarden_005_000 7698 0 BeautyLine9 D: Beauty And that's all I needed to see. BEAUTY_2_IoB_innergarden_005_001 3083 0 BeautyLine9b D: Prince I never believed someone could do that. PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_005_000 3017 0 PrinceLine7 D: Prince She showed me that I do not need to be afraid. PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_005_001 2916 0 PrinceLine7b D: Graham Sometimes I wish my own daughter could see things that way. GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_011 2427 0 GrahamLine13 D: Beauty May I ask what you mean by that? BEAUTY_2_IoB_innergarden_006 1685 0 BeautyLine10 D: Graham She is a good-hearted girl, but sometimes she trusts her eyes more than her heart. GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_012 3198 0 GrahamLine14 D: Beauty It's not easy, Milord. BEAUTY_2_IoB_innergarden_007_000 1573 0 BeautyLine11 D: Beauty I guess I didn't have a choice but seeing things this way. BEAUTY_2_IoB_innergarden_007_001 3222 0 BeautyLine11b D: Beauty Life itself made me do it. BEAUTY_2_IoB_innergarden_007_002 2568 0 BeautyLine11c D: Graham Perhaps Rosella's time has not yet come. GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_013 1814 0 GrahamLine15 D: Prince I can say with all due respect, Your Highness, that while there is plenty of time in this world to learn, it is only when we open our minds that we do see these things. PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_006 8606 0 PrinceLine8 D: Graham I agree, but I still believe she will learn. GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_014 2890 0 GrahamLine16 D: Beauty Hope is very important. BEAUTY_2_IoB_innergarden_008 2723 0 BeautyLine12 T: White Roses

0 0 0 18 D: Graham You have very beautiful roses here. GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_015_000 1772 1000 GrahamLine17 D: Graham Any particular reason why they're all white? GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_015_001 2095 0 GrahamLine17b D: Prince They used to be more colorful, but... they excited me, while I was a beast. So I disposed of all but the white roses, which soothed me. PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_007_000 8375 0 PrinceLine9 D: Prince They became my only company. Those and the termites. PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_007_001 4229 0 PrinceLine9b D: Graham Termites? GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_016 646 0 GrahamLine18 D: Prince Down in the basement. PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_008_000 1136 0 PrinceLine10 D: Prince Not a nice place to visit. PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_008_001 1622 0 PrinceLine10b D: Graham How can you befriend termites? GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_017 1752 0 GrahamLine19 D: Prince They are incredibly smart creatures, and the ones in the castle are quite artistic. PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_009_000 4855 0 PrinceLine11 D: Prince They understand our language, and will turn any piece of wood into the object of your desire. PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_009_001 4708 0 PrinceLine11b D: Graham Very interesting. GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_018_000 1154 0 GrahamLine20 D: Graham My wife is very fond of roses. GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_018_001 3516 0 GrahamLine20b D: Prince So I've heard. PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_010_000 1229 0 PrinceLine12 D: Prince Her garden is very famous among us rose lovers. PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_010_001 2856 0 PrinceLine12b D: Prince I have wished for years that I could lay eyes on it. PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_010_002 2984 0 PrinceLine12c D: Graham Perhaps after all this madness is over, you and your lovely wife could accept an invitation to my fair kingdom. GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_019 4675 0 GrahamLine21 D: Prince That is very gracious of you, and I'm sure Beauty would love the idea. PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_011 4443 0 PrinceLine13 D: Prince Watch yourself, King Graham, as beautiful as those roses may be, they also serve as a defense to my kingdom. PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_012 5824 0 PrinceLine13b T: Painting

0 1 0 8 D: Graham Regarding that painting in your main hall... GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_020 2227 0 GrahamLine22 D: Prince What about it? PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_013 868 0 PrinceLine14 D: Graham I know this is an odd question, but could I use it? GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_021 3115 0 GrahamLine23 D: Prince Use it? PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_014_000 727 0 PrinceLine15 D: Prince No! PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_014_001 871 0 PrinceLine15b D: Prince I'm very sorry, but it is a personal favorite, and I will not part with it for anything in this world. PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_014_002 7183 0 PrinceLine15c D: Beauty Paintings are very important to His Majesty. BEAUTY_2_IoB_innergarden_009 2796 0 BeautyLine13 D: Graham I understand. I apologize for asking. GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_022 2874 500 GrahamLine24 T: Goodbye

0 0 0 2 D: Graham I must part now. I appreciate your welcoming. GRAHAM_2_IoB_innergarden_023 2888 0 GrahamLine25 D: Prince Anytime, Your Highness. PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_015 1842 0 PrinceLine16

1 4 C: Action - Look

22 T: Global

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator The Prince truly has a taste for comfort and luxury. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_001_01 3489 0

D: Narrator Everywhere Graham's eyes go, he finds an exquisite piece of art, a vase, a sculpture. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_001_02 5760 0

D: Narrator Even though Graham's tastes are more humble, this is truly a sight to enjoy. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_001_03 5399 0

T: Stairs

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The stairs lead up to some private rooms of the castle, on the second floor. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_002 4887 0

T: Chairs

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The Prince's taste in furniture is exquisite, yet his wife's gentle touch is evident even here. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_003_000 6497 0

D: Narrator These sofas are finely made and upholstered, but their presence in the hall adds a welcoming, homey feel to the room. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_003_001 7775 0

T: Chandelier

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The light coming from the candles casts a cheery glow onto the great hall, making the shadows dance sensuously below it. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_004 8553 0

D: Graham What a beautiful place. GRAHAM_2_IoB_castlemain_001 1118 0

T: Roses

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator White roses must have a special meaning for this island, as they are protected with much care.

0 0

T: PaintingOnFireplace

0 0 1 0 T: Before Touching

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The quality of this painting is amazing! NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_008_000 3681 0

D: Narrator Why, it's so lifelike, it looks as if the minstrel is playing a real horn! NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_008_001 5652 0

T: PaintingHorn

0 0 2 0 T: Before hand

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator It looks so real! NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_009 2469 0

T: After hand

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator It's real! NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_010 1452 0

T: BasementDoor

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator That probably leads down into the basements. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_014 3530 0

T: GardenDoor

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The door to the inner gardens. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_015 2427 0

T: Fake Painting

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham feels a little guilty for doing this, but deep inside, he knows that it's for everybody's sake, including the Prince and his wife. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_012 9226 0

T: Table

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The little table has the look of a fine antique. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_020_000 3322 0

D: Narrator While its style harkens to a time long past, it is well cared-for, in excellent condition. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_020_001 6207 0

T: Gargoyle

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator The Prince's taste for antiques and extravagant pieces of art is everywhere. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_022_000 4873 0

D: Narrator Still, something about the eyes of the gargoyle makes Graham uneasy. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_022_001 4295 0

D: Narrator He heard Rosella's tale of the horrible gargoyle once kept by Malicia. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_022_002 4818 0

T: Mirror

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator It is obvious that the mirror is used more for decoration than to cast any reflection. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_024 _000 5035 0

D: Narrator The Prince must have had a very difficult time dealing with the enchantment that trapped him into such a horrendous shape. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_024 _001 7417 0

D: Narrator Graham wouldn't be surprised to hear that this mirror, and any others in the castle, were covered or taken down before the Prince was restored by his wife's love. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_024 _002 10539 0

T: Shields

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator This must be the coat of arms of Prince Cocteau's family. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_026_000 3682 0

D: Narrator Graham has seen it in flags and shields proudly displayed about the castle. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_026_001 5017 0

T: Fireplace

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator The large fireplace is a sight to behold! NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_028_000 2617 0

D: Narrator The stonework is delicate and finely executed, and the warm color of the stone brings a feeling of life to the main hall. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_028_001 7616 0

D: Narrator Alexander much admired the Prince's fireplace, Graham recalls. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_028_002 4530 0

T: Statues

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The finely-worked twin stone statues on either side of the fireplace gaze skyward, hands reaching above them to hold the mantel. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_030_000 9204 0

D: Narrator The builder of this castle spared no expense on small touches such as this. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_030_001 4709 0

T: Balls

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Even the most insignificant of the adornments are unique and well made. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_032_000 4674 0

D: Narrator The details carved into these round objects are simply amazing. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_032_001 4169 0

D: Narrator It must have taken years! NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_032_002 2473 0

T: Vase

0 0 0 5 D: Narrator This must be one of the secret treasures of King Maurice of the Lands of Alcaria. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_034_000 6190 0

D: Narrator If Graham is correct, this is one of the most valuable pieces of art in the world! NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_034_001 6515 0

D: Narrator And to find just sitting out, unprotected like this! NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_034_002 4169 0

D: Narrator Why, it could easily fall over and break! NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_034_003 3194 0

D: Narrator No, surely, this must merely be a copy of that priceless collection. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_034_004 5664 0

T: FireplaceInstruments

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Ah, the cleaning tools. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_036_000 2425 0

D: Narrator No fireplace is complete without them! NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_036_001 2665 0

T: WindowsToOutside

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The light shines in beautiful shades of green through the windows, forming silhouettes and strange shapes in the surface of the glass. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_038 7643 0

T: Columns

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator These tall columns stand like giants compared to the smaller ones that carry the statues in the fireplace. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_039 7233 0

T: SecondFloorDoor

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator That door leads to the Prince and Beauty's private rooms. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_070_000 4332 0

C: Action - Use

8 T: Fake Painting

0 0 1 0 T: Real Painting

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham feels a little guilty for doing this, but deep inside, he knows that it's for everybody's sake, including the Prince and his wife. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_012 9226 0

T: Candle

0 0 1 0 T: Door

0 0 2 0 T: First time with unlit candle

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Wouldn't it be wiser to lit up the candle before you descend, Graham?

0 0

T: After first

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham doesn't need the candle anymore.

0 0

T: Emerald

0 0 1 0 T: Painting

0 0 0 3 D: Beauty (screams) BEAUTY_2_IoB_castlemain_000 2479 497 BeautyLine0 D: Beauty King Graham, Your Majesty, please come with me! BEAUTY_2_IoB_castlemain_001_000 2946 0 BeautyLine1 D: Beauty Something terrible has happened! BEAUTY_2_IoB_castlemain_001_001 1885 0

T: PaintingNoHorn

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Why would Graham want to do that now? NARRATOR_General_008 3386 0

T: FakePaintingAgain

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham has already done that. NARRATOR_General_016 2368 0

T: PaintingTooSoon

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Why would Graham want to do that now? NARRATOR_General_008 3386 0

T: CandleFire

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator That's strange... the candle won't light. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_100 2642 0

T: CandleLit

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The candle's already lit! NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_101 1982 0

C: Action - Hand

14 T: PaintingHorn

0 0 2 0 T: First time

0 0 0 1 D: Graham The horn is real! GRAHAM_2_IoB_castlemain_006 887 0

T: Second time

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham would remove the horn, but he doesn't want the Prince or his wife to suspect. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_011 5869 0

T: Stairs

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Those stairs lead up to the Prince's private rooms. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_013_000 3703 0

D: Narrator Why would Graham want to go up there? NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_013_001 2599 0

T: Table

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Oh no! It would be a crime to set a finger on this heirloom, to say nothing of taking it from the Prince! NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_021 7183 0

T: Gargoyle

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Just looking at it shakes Graham's nerves. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_023_000 3321 0

D: Narrator It feels as if the Prince placed it there as a way to punish himself for the beast he used to be. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_023_001 6317 0

D: Narrator Better to keep his hands off it. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_023_002 2473 0

T: Mirror

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The mirror is beyond Graham's reach. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_025_000 2491 0

D: Narrator He can quite understand why--not only does it look nice above the fireplace, but he doubts the Prince wanted it at eye level during his enchantment. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_025_001 9076 0

T: Shields

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham doesn't wish to antagonize the Prince by taking one of his family's shields. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_027 5161 0

T: Fireplace

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator For some reason, the Isle of the Beast doesn't feel quite as uncomfortably hot as some of the other isles, and Graham welcomes the warmth of the fire on his hands. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_029 9149 0

T: Statues

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Nice try, Graham, but the statues are set in stone. Literally. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_031 5631 0

T: Balls

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Much like the statues, there's no moving these, as they are firmly attached to the mantel. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_033 6298 0

T: Vase

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator And risk shattering it, if it were a real piece of the collection? NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_035_000 5003 0

D: Narrator Heavens no! Besides, it isn't Graham's to take. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_035_001 4050 0

T: FireplaceInstruments

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Last time he checked, Graham was pretty comfortable with his job, and not looking to take up a more menial one. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_037 7579 0

T: SecondFloorDoor

0 0 0 1 D: Graham It's locked. GRAHAM_2_IoB_castlemain_007 1035 0

T: Chair

0 0 0 5 D: Narrator Hey, now, stop slacking, you! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_000 2566 0

D: Narrator You have a family to save and a huge evil to fight! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_001 2874 0

D: Narrator And I'm not gonna stand around here and wait until you're done taking a breather! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_002 3526 0

D: Narrator I mean, kings these days... NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_003 2560 0

D: Narrator They don't make them like they used to! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_004 1946 0

T: HornTake Part1

0 0 0 1 D: Prince How can this be? PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_502 0 0

C: Prince

2 T: House Tour Part 1

0 0 0 3 D: Prince This is the main hall of the castle. PRINCE_2_IoB_castlemain_501_000 1740 0 PrinceLine1 D: Prince It's not terribly ornate, but we don't entertain visitors often. PRINCE_2_IoB_castlemain_501_001 4640 0

D: Graham This is indeed a magnificent hall, Your Highness. GRAHAM_2_IoB_castlemain_501 2099 0 GrahamLine1 T: House Tour Part 2

0 0 0 1 D: Prince If you would please follow me this way. Watch your step. PRINCE_2_IoB_castlemain_502 2427 0 PrinceLine2

1 4 C: Action - Look

22 T: Global

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The Prince truly has a taste for comfort and luxury. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_001_01 3489 0

T: Stairs

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The stairs lead up to some private rooms of the castle, on the second floor. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_002 4887 0

T: Chairs

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator These sofas are finely made and upholstered, but their presence in the hall adds a welcoming, homey feel to the room. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_003_001 7775 0

T: Chandelier

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The light coming from the candles casts a cheery glow onto the great hall, making the shadows dance sensuously below it. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_004 8553 0

D: Graham What a beautiful place. GRAHAM_2_IoB_castlemain_001 1118 0

T: Roses

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator White roses must have a special meaning for this island, as they are protected with much care.

0 0

T: PaintingOnFireplace

0 0 1 0 T: Before Touching

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The quality of this painting is amazing! NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_008_000 3681 0

D: Narrator Why, it's so lifelike, it looks as if the minstrel is playing a real horn! NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_008_001 5652 0

T: PaintingHorn

0 0 2 0 T: Before hand

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator It looks so real! NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_009 2469 0

T: After hand

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator It's real! NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_010 1452 0

T: BasementDoor

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator That probably leads down into the basements. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_014 3530 0

T: GardenDoor

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The door to the inner gardens. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_015 2427 0

T: Fake Painting

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham feels a little guilty for doing this, but deep inside, he knows that it's for everybody's sake, including the Prince and his wife. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_012 9226 0

T: Table

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The little table has the look of a fine antique. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_020_000 3322 0

T: Gargoyle

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The Prince's taste for antiques and extravagant pieces of art is everywhere. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_022_000 4873 0

D: Narrator Still, something about the eyes of the gargoyle makes Graham uneasy. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_022_001 4295 0

T: Mirror

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator It is obvious that the mirror is used more for decoration than to cast any reflection. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_024 _000 5035 0

T: Shields

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator This must be the coat of arms of Prince Cocteau's family. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_026_000 3682 0

T: Fireplace

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The large fireplace is a sight to behold! NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_028_000 2617 0

T: Statues

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The finely-worked twin stone statues on either side of the fireplace gaze skyward, hands reaching above them to hold the mantel. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_030_000 9204 0

T: Balls

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Even the most insignificant of the adornments are unique and well made. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_032_000 4674 0

D: Narrator The details carved into these round objects are simply amazing. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_032_001 4169 0

T: Vase

0 0 0 5 D: Narrator This must be one of the secret treasures of King Maurice of the Lands of Alcaria. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_034_000 6190 0

D: Narrator If Graham is correct, this is one of the most valuable pieces of art in the world! NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_034_001 6515 0

D: Narrator And to find just sitting out, unprotected like this! NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_034_002 4169 0

D: Narrator Why, it could easily fall over and break! NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_034_003 3194 0

D: Narrator No, surely, this must merely be a copy of that priceless collection. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_034_004 5664 0

T: FireplaceInstruments

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Ah, the cleaning tools. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_036_000 2425 0

D: Narrator No fireplace is complete without them! NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_036_001 2665 0

T: WindowsToOutside

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The light shines in beautiful shades of green through the windows, forming silhouettes and strange shapes in the surface of the glass. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_038 7643 0

T: Columns

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator These tall columns stand like giants compared to the smaller ones that carry the statues in the fireplace. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_039 7233 0

T: SecondFloorDoor

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator That door leads to the Prince and Beauty's private rooms. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_070_000 4332 0

C: Action - Use

8 T: Fake Painting

0 0 1 0 T: Real Painting

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham feels a little guilty for doing this, but deep inside, he knows that it's for everybody's sake, including the Prince and his wife. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_012 9226 0

T: Candle

0 0 1 0 T: Door

0 0 2 0 T: First time with unlit candle

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Wouldn't it be wiser to lit up the candle before you descend, Graham?

0 0

T: After first

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham doesn't need the candle anymore.

0 0

T: Emerald

0 0 1 0 T: Painting

0 0 0 3 D: Beauty (screams) BEAUTY_2_IoB_castlemain_000 2479 497 BeautyLine0 D: Beauty King Graham, Your Majesty, please come with me! BEAUTY_2_IoB_castlemain_001_000 2946 0 BeautyLine1 D: Beauty Something terrible has happened! BEAUTY_2_IoB_castlemain_001_001 1885 0

T: PaintingNoHorn

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Why would Graham want to do that now? NARRATOR_General_008 3386 0

T: FakePaintingAgain

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham has already done that. NARRATOR_General_016 2368 0

T: PaintingTooSoon

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Why would Graham want to do that now? NARRATOR_General_008 3386 0

T: CandleFire

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator That's strange... the candle won't light. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_100 2642 0

T: CandleLit

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The candle's already lit! NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_101 1982 0

C: Action - Hand

14 T: PaintingHorn

0 0 2 0 T: First time

0 0 0 1 D: Graham The horn is real! GRAHAM_2_IoB_castlemain_006 887 0

T: Second time

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham would remove the horn, but he doesn't want the Prince or his wife to suspect. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_011 5869 0

T: Stairs

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Those stairs lead up to the Prince's private rooms. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_013_000 3703 0

D: Narrator Why would Graham want to go up there? NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_013_001 2599 0

T: Table

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Oh no! It would be a crime to set a finger on this heirloom, to say nothing of taking it from the Prince! NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_021 7183 0

T: Gargoyle

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Just looking at it shakes Graham's nerves. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_023_000 3321 0

T: Mirror

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The mirror is beyond Graham's reach. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_025_000 2491 0

T: Shields

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham doesn't wish to antagonize the Prince by taking one of his family's shields. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_027 5161 0

T: Fireplace

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator For some reason, the Isle of the Beast doesn't feel quite as uncomfortably hot as some of the other isles, and Graham welcomes the warmth of the fire on his hands. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_029 9149 0

T: Statues

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Nice try, Graham, but the statues are set in stone. Literally. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_031 5631 0

T: Balls

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Much like the statues, there's no moving these, as they are firmly attached to the mantel. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_033 6298 0

T: Vase

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator And risk shattering it, if it were a real piece of the collection? NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_035_000 5003 0

T: FireplaceInstruments

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Last time he checked, Graham was pretty comfortable with his job, and not looking to take up a more menial one. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlemain_037 7579 0

T: SecondFloorDoor

0 0 0 1 D: Graham It's locked. GRAHAM_2_IoB_castlemain_007 1035 0

T: Chair

0 0 0 5 D: Narrator Hey, now, stop slacking, you! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_000 2566 0

D: Narrator You have a family to save and a huge evil to fight! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_001 2874 0

D: Narrator And I'm not gonna stand around here and wait until you're done taking a breather! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_002 3526 0

D: Narrator I mean, kings these days... NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_003 2560 0

D: Narrator They don't make them like they used to! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_004 1946 0

T: HornTake Part1

0 0 0 1 D: Prince How can this be? PRINCE_2_IoB_innergarden_502 5660 0

C: Prince

2 T: House Tour Part 1

0 0 0 3 D: Prince This is the main hall of the castle. PRINCE_2_IoB_castlemain_501_000 1740 0 PrinceLine1 D: Prince It's not terribly ornate, but we don't entertain visitors often. PRINCE_2_IoB_castlemain_501_001 4640 0

D: Graham This is indeed a magnificent hall, Your Highness. GRAHAM_2_IoB_castlemain_501 2099 0 GrahamLine1 T: House Tour Part 2

0 0 0 1 D: Prince If you would please follow me this way. Watch your step. PRINCE_2_IoB_castlemain_502 2427 0 PrinceLine2 4 C: Action - Look

30 T: Global

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Graham has entered a twisting labyrinth of hedges. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_001_000 3328 0

D: Narrator He finds it hard to keep track of where he's going and where he's been. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_001_001 4265 0

D: Graham These hedges all look the same! GRAHAM_2_IoB_maze_001 1292 0

T: ShearsSeq

0 0 0 1 D: Graham What's that in the hedges? GRAHAM_2_IoB_maze_002 937 0

T: SprayBottleSeq

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Someone must have forgotten this water bottle here. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_003 3451 0

T: White Butterflies

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham remembers Rosella's fondness for butterflies. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_006_000 3291 0

D: Narrator She'd be delighted to see this fluttering cluster of the creatures. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_006_001 4330 0

T: Multicolored Butterflies

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator This brightly-colored butterfly looks lonely, hovering apart from the others. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_007_000 5190 0

D: Narrator Graham wonders why: what in the world could worry a butterfly? NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_007_001 4726 0

T: Castle

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The nearer Graham gets to the castle, the farther away it seems to be! NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_004_000 4395 0

D: Narrator Hopefully he can figure out the path to the castle soon... NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_004_001 3535 0

T: MazeHedge13Cut

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator That's interesting. The hedges seem thinner here; NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_014_000 3446 0

D: Narrator Graham could swear he can almost see the other side of this wall! NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_014_001 3887 0

D: Narrator And it's so close to the castle! NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_014_002 2939 0

T: StatueAreaStatue

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator The statue here is simple but lovely. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_015_000 3667 0

D: Narrator Perhaps this statue is in the image of the Prince's own new bride, who so love roses. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_015_003 6030 0

D: Narrator Graham is reminded of Valanice in her younger years, and how she would often bring in baskets filled with flowers from the forest or the gardens. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_015_001 8680 0

D: Narrator Graham smiles fondly, recalling those early days with his wife, and how she rejoiced in seeing the countryside of her new home. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_015_002 9100 0

T: StatueAreaStatue2

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator There's a plaque on the pedestal. NARRATOR_4_iob_maze_001 0 0

D: Graham The black rose, Lady said, was Love's last bloom. So when love left her, she took it to her room. GRAHAM_4_IoB_Maze_101 0 0

D: Graham She slept with it beside her while her heart did break. And held it in her hands when life she did forsake. GRAHAM_4_IoB_Maze_102 0 0

D: Graham So now the black rose which is love's last bloom, Lies inside her statue, her embrace become its tomb. GRAHAM_4_IoB_Maze_103 0 0

T: StatueAreaBenches

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator There are four benches to sit on in this clearing, each with a view of the statue. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_016_000 5098 0

T: GazeboAreaGazebo

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator The quaint covered gazebo makes a lovely setting for a private outdoor concert, and it's set up for just that. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_020_000 7105 0

D: Narrator The stands are ready to go, as is the conductor's stand in front of them. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_020_001 4396 0

D: Narrator It doesn't look like they've been used for some time, however. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_020_002 3607 0

D: Narrator Given what Alexander has told Graham about the Prince's solitary life here, that's not too surprising. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_020_003 6534 0

T: GazeboAreaMusicStands

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator Graham's memory flashes back almost ten years at the sight of these music stands to when Rosella attempted to learn how to play the violin. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_022_000 8264 0

D: Narrator To say it was a disaster is putting it lightly! NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_022_001 3718 0

D: Narrator The horrible sounds she got that instrument to make were beyond belief, and yet Valanice and Graham sat through at least half a dozen performances with smiles on their faces to try and encourage their little girl. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_022_002 16577 0

D: Narrator Truthfully, they were both relieved when her attention wandered onto some other pursuit and she put away that violin for good! NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_022_003 9296 0

T: GazeboAreaStool

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator A stool is in front of one stand, probably for a cellist to use while playing. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_024 5831 0

T: Little Pines

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator It's amazing! There has been so much care put into every tree, plant and shrub around this castle. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_080_000 8459 0

D: Narrator Valanice would be delighted to see this place! NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_080_001 3755 0

T: FountainAreaBenches

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The stone marble benches sit on every side of the reflecting pool, offering a place to sit and gather one's thoughts. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_028_000 7436 0

D: Narrator If only Graham had time to spare for such! NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_028_001 3865 0

T: GateAreaCastle

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator In the distance, a majestic castle sits perched on a slight hill, looking warm and inviting. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlegates_005_000 6454 0

D: Narrator With its solid white stone walls, it reminds Graham more of his own home than of the castle his son now lives in. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlegates_005_001 7579 0

T: GateAreaMountains

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator More mountains. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlegates_070_000 1408 0

D: Narrator They must be the only cool part of the island. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlegates_070_001 2938 0

T: GateArea

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator If not for the condition of his children, Graham could spend all day in this place with Prince Cocteau's permission. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlegates_001_000 6391 0

D: Narrator Given the events, Graham can barely enjoy the beauty of the place, but he's still amazed by it. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlegates_001_001 6774 0

D: Narrator The peaceful sounds of nature, the light scent of the roses filling the air, and the beautiful sight of the hedges and the stately castle behind them are all very calming and serene. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlegates_001_002 12112 0

T: GateAreaFountain

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Do all the fountains on these islands flow backwards? NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlegates_003 4178 0

T: DoorGate

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The intricate lattice work of the gates shows the beginnings of the equally intricate hedge maze that lies beyond. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlegates_004_000 7088 0

D: Narrator Though the gate is unlocked now, it seems very sturdy and Graham doesn't doubt that it helped keep visitors away during the Prince's long years spent as a Beast. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlegates_004_001 9504 0

T: FountainAreaFountain

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator Graham feels a certain tranquility here. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_026_000 2938 0

D: Narrator The still, clear water of the reflecting pool that ripples only when the breeze skims across the surface, the quiet and isolated corner of the hedge maze, even the marble benches all make for a very peaceful setting. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_026_001 13826 0

D: Narrator He feels a longing to be able to stay still and appreciate this place, but his heart is far too restless with his family in such danger. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_026_002 9408 0

D: Narrator If only their lives were as peaceful as this small corner and its calm reflecting pool! NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_026_003 5875 0

T: GazeboBenches

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham's glad to see them--if he spends much longer being lost in this maze, he'll look forward to being able to rest his feet! NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_016_001 8228 0

T: StatueAreaPlaque

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator There's a hole at the bottom of the plaque. NARRATOR_4_iob_maze_002_000 0 0

D: Narrator It looks like something should fit there - but what? NARRATOR_4_iob_maze_002_001 0 0

T: MazeLocationFirst

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator This is where the scroll is pointing to. NARRATOR_4_iob_maze_004 0 0

T: MazeLocationSecond

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator This is where the scroll is pointing to.

0 0

T: StatueAreaKeyhole

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator It fits! NARRATOR_4_iob_maze_001_000 0 0

D: Narrator But now Graham needs a key to open it. NARRATOR_4_iob_maze_001_001 0 0

T: StatueAfterRose

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham decides to leave the statue alone. NARRATOR_4_iob_maze_014_000 0 0

D: Narrator He already got the rose. NARRATOR_4_iob_maze_014_001 0 0

T: LampOldSeq

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator What a beautiful lamp this is. NARRATOR_4_iob_maze_011_000 0 0

D: Narrator But, on closer inspection, it looks more like decoration than practical. NARRATOR_4_iob_maze_011_002 0 0

T: Baton

0 0 0 1 D: Graham A golden baton! Impressive... and expensive! GRAHAM_inventory_430 0 0

T: StatuesNote

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Note: THIS WILL HAPPEN THROUGH THE SCROLL, AND YOU WILL BE ABLE TO SEE IT THERE. FOR NOW, THERE ARE TWO ITEMS IN THE INVENTORY FOR CONVENIENCE OF TESTING.

0 10000

C: Action - Use

9 T: ShearsWrongHedges

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham can't cut his way through here. Even if he tried, the foliage is so thick it would take hours! NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_005 6560 0

T: Net

0 0 2 0 T: Multicolored Butterfly

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Strange. The butterfly poses no resistance and actually seems to like being with Graham! NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_010_000 7001 0

D: Narrator Maybe it just wanted a friend? NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_010_001 2431 0

T: NetnoBranch

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Great idea! NARRATOR_2_IoB_Maze_100_000 2017 0

D: Narrator Uh, but Graham can't quite maneuver the net as it is. NARRATOR_2_IoB_Maze_100_001 3821 0

T: ShearsAfterCut

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham has already done that. NARRATOR_General_016 2368 0

T: ShovelMazeLocationFirst

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Digging into the dirt of the maze, Graham finds a door lock, complete with keyhole. NARRATOR_4_iob_maze_006_000 0 0

T: ShovelMazeLocationSecond

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator After digging a few feet down, Graham finds an old key. NARRATOR_4_iob_maze_007 0 0

T: LockOnPlaque

0 0 0 1 D: Graham It fits! GRAHAM_4_iob_maze_001 0 0

T: KeyOnKeyhole

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The key fits the lock, and behind the plaque is a rose that looks like it was expertly carved out of pure black stone. NARRATOR_4_iob_maze_009 0 0

T: ShovelNothing

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator After digging a few feet down, Graham finds... NARRATOR_4_iob_maze_008 0 0

D: Narrator ...nothing. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_021_001 0 0

T: ShovelMazeLocationFirstPart2

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator But it's not attached to any door - and where is the key? NARRATOR_4_iob_maze_006_001 0 0

C: Action - Hand

17 T: ShearsSeq

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham reaches into the hedge and his hand falls to rest upon... a pair of shears! NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_002_000 6856 0

D: Narrator Now those may come in very handy around here. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_002_001 3883 0

T: White butterflies

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham is not interested in those butterflies. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_008 4528 0

T: Multicolored Butterfly

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator It will be the next millennium before Graham can catch it with his bare hands. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_009 5566 0

T: StatueAreaStatue

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The cool stone is nicely carved and smooth under Graham's finger. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_017 4381 0

T: Benches

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator It's tempting to sit and rest, but you have a lot to do and little time to do it, Graham! NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_018_000 6129 0

D: Narrator You can rest after you've saved your family! NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_018_001 3275 0

T: GazeboAreaGazebo

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The wood of the gazebo is well-made, but weathered. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_021_000 3056 0

D: Narrator It's been here for quite some time, and some of it is still slightly damp from the storm last night. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_021_001 6332 0

T: GazeboAreaMusicStands

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator What in the world would Graham need a music stand for? NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_023_000 4351 0

D: Narrator He's not playing any concerts! NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_023_001 1967 0

T: GazeboAreaStool

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The stool is still damp from yesterday, and Graham doesn't want to sit down and get wet pants. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_025_000 5610 0

D: Narrator How embarrassing! NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_025_001 1568 0

T: FountainAreaFountain

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Dipping his fingers slowly into the water sends out little ripples across the surface, and droplets of water drip slowly off his hand as he lifts it. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_027_000 8817 0

D: Narrator The ripples soon spread to the edges of the pool and cease to be. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_027_001 4344 0

T: GateAreaMountains

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator It would be nice to explore the mountains with Alexander. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlegates_071_000 3060 0

D: Narrator Graham has never really been able to travel much with his son. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlegates_071_001 3366 0

D: Narrator When this is all over, perhaps they will finally have that chance. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlegates_071_002 4141 0

T: GateAreaFountain

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham would take a drink from this fountain, if it weren't so fishy! NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlegates_006 4938 0

T: MazeHedge13Cut

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator They are thin indeed, but still Graham is not going to be able to cut through them with his bare hands. NARRATOR_IoB_maze_200 5538 0

T: Bench

0 0 0 5 D: Narrator Hey, now, stop slacking, you! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_000 2566 0

D: Narrator You have a family to save and a huge evil to fight! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_001 2874 0

D: Narrator And I'm not gonna stand around here and wait until you're done taking a breather! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_002 3526 0

D: Narrator I mean, kings these days... NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_003 2560 0

D: Narrator They don't make them like they used to! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_004 1946 0

T: StatueAreaStatuePlaque

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham sees no easy way to open the statue. NARRATOR_4_iob_maze_003 0 0

T: MazeLocation

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham won't be able to dig with his bare hands. NARRATOR_4_iob_maze_005 0 0

T: Baton

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Hopefully, no one will miss this. GRAHAM_inventory_431 0 0

T: Dig

0 0 0 1 D: Graham I can't dig with my bare hands. GRAHAM_4_IoB_Maze_100 0 0

C: Action - Talk

1 T: Butterflies

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator No talking butterflies today, sorry! NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_019_000 3114 0

D: Narrator Maybe tomorrow you'll have better luck. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_019_001 2186 0

1 4 C: Action - Look

30 T: Global

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Graham has entered a twisting labyrinth of hedges. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_001_000 3328 0

D: Narrator He finds it hard to keep track of where he's going and where he's been. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_001_001 4265 0

D: Graham These hedges all look the same! GRAHAM_2_IoB_maze_001 1292 0

T: ShearsSeq

0 0 0 1 D: Graham What's that in the hedges? GRAHAM_2_IoB_maze_002 937 0

T: SprayBottleSeq

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Someone must have forgotten this water bottle here. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_003 3451 0

T: White Butterflies

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham remembers Rosella's fondness for butterflies. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_006_000 3291 0

D: Narrator She'd be delighted to see this fluttering cluster of the creatures. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_006_001 4330 0

T: Multicolored Butterflies

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator This brightly-colored butterfly looks lonely, hovering apart from the others. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_007_000 5190 0

D: Narrator Graham wonders why: what in the world could worry a butterfly? NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_007_001 4726 0

T: Castle

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The nearer Graham gets to the castle, the farther away it seems to be! NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_004_000 4395 0

D: Narrator Hopefully he can figure out the path to the castle soon... NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_004_001 3535 0

T: MazeHedge13Cut

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator That's interesting. The hedges seem thinner here; NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_014_000 3446 0

D: Narrator Graham could swear he can almost see the other side of this wall! NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_014_001 3887 0

D: Narrator And it's so close to the castle! NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_014_002 2939 0

T: StatueAreaStatue

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The statue here is simple but lovely. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_015_000 3667 0

D: Narrator Perhaps this statue is in the image of the Prince's own new bride, who so love roses. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_015_003 6030 0

T: StatueAreaStatue2

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator There's a plaque on the pedestal. NARRATOR_4_iob_maze_001 1905 0

D: Graham The black rose, Lady said, was Love's last bloom. So when love left her, she took it to her room. GRAHAM_4_IoB_Maze_101 6123 0

D: Graham She slept with it beside her while her heart did break. And held it in her hands when life she did forsake. GRAHAM_4_IoB_Maze_102 7001 0

D: Graham So now the black rose which is love's last bloom, Lies inside her statue, her embrace become its tomb. GRAHAM_4_IoB_Maze_103 7795 0

T: StatueAreaBenches

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator There are four benches to sit on in this clearing, each with a view of the statue. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_016_000 5098 0

T: GazeboAreaGazebo

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The quaint covered gazebo makes a lovely setting for a private outdoor concert, and it's set up for just that. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_020_000 7105 0

D: Narrator It doesn't look like they've been used for some time, however. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_020_002 3607 0

T: GazeboAreaMusicStands

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham's memory flashes back almost ten years at the sight of these music stands to when Rosella attempted to learn how to play the violin. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_022_000 8264 0

D: Narrator To say it was a disaster is putting it lightly! NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_022_001 3718 0

T: GazeboAreaStool

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator A stool is in front of one stand, probably for a cellist to use while playing. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_024 5831 0

T: Little Pines

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator It's amazing! There has been so much care put into every tree, plant and shrub around this castle. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_080_000 8459 0

T: FountainAreaBenches

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The stone marble benches sit on every side of the reflecting pool, offering a place to sit and gather one's thoughts. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_028_000 7436 0

T: GateAreaCastle

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator In the distance, a majestic castle sits perched on a slight hill, looking warm and inviting. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlegates_005_000 6454 0

T: GateAreaMountains

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator More mountains. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlegates_070_000 1408 0

T: GateArea

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator If not for the condition of his children, Graham could spend all day in this place with Prince Cocteau's permission. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlegates_001_000 6391 0

T: GateAreaFountain

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Do all the fountains on these islands flow backwards? NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlegates_003 4178 0

T: DoorGate

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The intricate lattice work of the gates shows the beginnings of the equally intricate hedge maze that lies beyond. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlegates_004_000 7088 0

T: FountainAreaFountain

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham feels a certain tranquility here. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_026_000 2938 0

T: GazeboBenches

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham's glad to see them--if he spends much longer being lost in this maze, he'll look forward to being able to rest his feet! NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_016_001 8228 0

T: StatueAreaPlaque

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator There's a hole at the bottom of the plaque. NARRATOR_4_iob_maze_002_000 1928 0

D: Narrator It looks like something should fit there - but what? NARRATOR_4_iob_maze_002_001 3483 0

T: MazeLocationFirst

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator This is where the scroll is pointing to. NARRATOR_4_iob_maze_004 2276 0

T: MazeLocationSecond

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator This is where the scroll is pointing to.

0 0

T: StatueAreaKeyhole

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator It fits! NARRATOR_4_iob_maze_001_000 999 0

D: Narrator But now Graham needs a key to open it. NARRATOR_4_iob_maze_001_001 2206 0

T: StatueAfterRose

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham decides to leave the statue alone. NARRATOR_4_iob_maze_014_000 2787 0

D: Narrator He already got the rose. NARRATOR_4_iob_maze_014_001 1603 0

T: LampOldSeq

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator What a beautiful lamp this is. NARRATOR_4_iob_maze_011_000 1960 0

D: Narrator But, on closer inspection, it looks more decorative than practical. NARRATOR_4_iob_maze_011_002 4668 0

T: Baton

0 0 0 1 D: Graham A golden baton! Impressive... and expensive! GRAHAM_inventory_430 3490 0

T: StatuesNote

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Note: THIS WILL HAPPEN THROUGH THE SCROLL, AND YOU WILL BE ABLE TO SEE IT THERE. FOR NOW, THERE ARE TWO ITEMS IN THE INVENTORY FOR CONVENIENCE OF TESTING.

0 10000

C: Action - Use

9 T: ShearsWrongHedges

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham can't cut his way through here. Even if he tried, the foliage is so thick it would take hours! NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_005 6560 0

T: Net

0 0 2 0 T: Multicolored Butterfly

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Strange. The butterfly poses no resistance and actually seems to like being with Graham! NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_010_000 7001 0

D: Narrator Maybe it just wanted a friend? NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_010_001 2431 0

T: NetnoBranch

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Great idea! NARRATOR_2_IoB_Maze_100_000 2017 0

D: Narrator Uh, but Graham can't quite maneuver the net as it is. NARRATOR_2_IoB_Maze_100_001 3821 0

T: ShearsAfterCut

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham has already done that. NARRATOR_General_016 2368 0

T: ShovelMazeLocationFirst

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Digging into the dirt of the maze, Graham finds a door lock, complete with keyhole.. NARRATOR_4_iob_maze_006_000 5179 0

T: ShovelMazeLocationSecond

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator After digging a few feet down, Graham finds an old key. NARRATOR_4_iob_maze_007 3954 0

T: LockOnPlaque

0 0 0 1 D: Graham It fits! GRAHAM_4_iob_maze_001 1115 0

T: KeyOnKeyhole

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The key fits the lock, and behind the plaque is a rose that looks like it was expertly carved out of pure black stone. NARRATOR_4_iob_maze_009 7408 0

T: ShovelNothing

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator After digging a few feets down, Graham finds... NARRATOR_4_iob_maze_008 2744 0

D: Narrator ...nothing NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_021_001 1585 0

T: ShovelMazeLocationFirstPart2

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator But it's not attached to any door - and where is the key? NARRATOR_4_iob_maze_006_001 3321 0

C: Action - Hand

17 T: ShearsSeq

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham reaches into the hedge and his hand falls to rest upon... a pair of shears! NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_002_000 6856 0

D: Narrator Now those may come in very handy around here. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_002_001 3883 0

T: White butterflies

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham is not interested in those butterflies. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_008 4528 0

T: Multicolored Butterfly

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator It will be the next millennium before Graham can catch it with his bare hands. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_009 5566 0

T: StatueAreaStatue

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The cool stone is nicely carved and smooth under Graham's finger. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_017 4381 0

T: Benches

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator It's tempting to sit and rest, but you have a lot to do and little time to do it, Graham! NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_018_000 6129 0

D: Narrator You can rest after you've saved your family! NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_018_001 3275 0

T: GazeboAreaGazebo

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The wood of the gazebo is well-made, but weathered. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_021_000 3056 0

T: GazeboAreaMusicStands

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator What in the world would Graham need a music stand for? NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_023_000 4351 0

T: GazeboAreaStool

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The stool is still damp from yesterday, and Graham doesn't want to sit down and get wet pants. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_025_000 5610 0

D: Narrator How embarrassing! NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_025_001 1568 0

T: FountainAreaFountain

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Dipping his fingers slowly into the water sends out little ripples across the surface, and droplets of water drip slowly off his hand as he lifts it. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_027_000 8817 0

T: GateAreaMountains

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator It would be nice to explore the mountains with Alexander. NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlegates_071_000 3060 0

T: GateAreaFountain

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham would take a drink from this fountain, if it weren't so fishy! NARRATOR_2_IoB_castlegates_006 4938 0

T: MazeHedge13Cut

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator They are thin indeed, but still Graham is not going to be able to cut through them with his bare hands. NARRATOR_IoB_maze_200 5538 0

T: Bench

0 0 0 5 D: Narrator Hey, now, stop slacking, you! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_000 2566 0

D: Narrator You have a family to save and a huge evil to fight! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_001 2874 0

D: Narrator And I'm not gonna stand around here and wait until you're done taking a breather! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_002 3526 0

D: Narrator I mean, kings these days... NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_003 2560 0

D: Narrator They don't make them like they used to! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_004 1946 0

T: StatueAreaStatuePlaque

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham sees no easy way to open the statue. NARRATOR_4_iob_maze_003 2857 0

T: MazeLocation

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham won't be able to dig with his bare hands. NARRATOR_4_iob_maze_005 3251 0

T: Baton

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Hopefully, no one will miss this. GRAHAM_inventory_431 2111 0

T: Dig

0 0 0 1 D: Graham I can't dig with my bare hands. GRAHAM_4_IoB_Maze_100 2153 0

C: Action - Talk

1 T: Butterflies

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator No talking butterflies today, sorry! NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_019_000 3114 0

D: Narrator Maybe tomorrow you'll have better luck. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_019_001 2186 0


1 6 C: Action - Look

11 T: Global

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator With its towering trees and abundance of wildlife, Graham finds the Isle of the Beast as beautiful and mystical as Alexander described it in his letters and tales. NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_001 9849 0

T: Trees

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Several tall trees abound on this island, casting dappled shadows on the forest floor. NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_003 5741 0

T: Beach

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator There's almost no real beach to speak of on the Isle of the Beast. NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_005_000 3579 0

D: Narrator The shoreline is almost immediately swallowed up by the trees and the forest. NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_005_001 4109 0

T: Water

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The waters here seem calmer than elsewhere. NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_008 2631 0

T: Rock

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator An enormous boulder sits in between some of the trees just off of the path leading inland, spotted with moss. NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_010 6240 0

T: Stump

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator It looks like this tree must've fallen down at some point. NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_012_000 2835 0

D: Narrator If it had been cut down, the break would have been much smoother. NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_012_001 3488 0

D: Narrator That must have been quite a log to move indeed! NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_012_002 3681 0

D: Narrator Graham wonders if the Prince moved it while he was still a beast, for the trunk that remains is as large around as Graham himself. NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_012_003 7291 0

T: RedFlowers

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator A group of roundish red flowers are growing near one of the trees. NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_014_000 3477 0

D: Narrator They aren't like anything Graham has ever seen before, but they are quite fetching to look at! NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_014_001 5384 0

D: Narrator Maybe Valanice would recognize the species, being more knowledgeable with flora than Graham himself. NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_014_002 6720 0

T: Path

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator A well-worn path leads inland through the trees. NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_016_000 2927 0

D: Narrator Graham's understanding was that not many visitors came to the Isle of the Beast, so he wonders how the path has remained so clearly marked. NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_016_001 8361 0

D: Narrator Perhaps the Prince made a point of maintaining it for some reason? NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_016_002 3753 0

T: Tulips

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator From behind the tree stump, a number of tulips are in bloom, brightening up the dull brown of the trunk with their lively color. NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_018 6924 0

T: Hassan

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Hassan warned Graham to be very careful when traveling through this island. NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_019_000 4242 0

D: Narrator Superstition aside, the Prince did set some traps to prevent visitors from reaching the castle in the past. NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_019_001 6128 0

T: Ferry

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The ferry awaits Graham's return. NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_006 2238 0

C: Action - Hand

6 T: Water

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Even with the calmer waters, Graham has been warned that the ocean surrounding all of the Isles hides a strong and deadly undertow. NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_007_000 7647 0

D: Narrator He doesn't want to be swept out into the ocean for ignoring those cautionary words! NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_007_001 4721 0

T: Beach

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Ah, a mixture of sand and dirt! NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_009_000 2386 0

D: Narrator It's so sandy! NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_009_001 1550 0

D: Narrator And dirty... NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_009_002 1581 0

T: Rock

0 0 0 6 D: Narrator The trees have protected this rock from being smoothed over by wind and sand over the years. NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_011_000 5292 0

D: Narrator The surface is still bumpy and rough. NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_011_001 2335 0

D: Narrator The moss that covers part of it is rustically smooth and green. NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_011_002 3549 0

D: Narrator This rock and the surrounding forest remind Graham more strongly of his homeland, and he feels a pang of longing to be in Daventry now: NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_011_003 7760 0

D: Narrator Walking through the woods in his adventurer's cap, reminiscing about the old days of adventure in what's become a safe and familiar setting, far from the worries and stresses of what's going on here, in the Green Isles, right now. NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_011_004 13877 0

D: Narrator Maybe someday soon, he'll have that luxury again, when this is all over. NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_011_005 5975 0

T: Stump

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The remaining stump of the tree is solid, and not going anywhere. NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_013 3661 0

T: RedFlowers

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Though the flowers are pretty, as in the wind they sway, today is not the day for picking a bouquet. NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_015 5700 0

T: Path

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham tries to pick up the path, but the path isn't interested, and reminds Graham he's a married man. NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_017_000 5996 0

D: Narrator You should be ashamed of yourself, Graham! NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_017_001 2815 0

C: Action - Use

0 C: Action - Talk

1 T: Hassan

0 0 0 0 C: Hassan

2 T: Topics

0 0 3 0 T: Isle of the Beast

0 0 0 8 D: Graham Have you seen much of the Isle of the Beast, Hassan? GRAHAM_2_IoB_shore_001 3239 0 GrahamLine1 D: Hassan Not much of it, Sire. HASSAN_2_IoB_shore_001_000 1315 0 HassanLine1 D: Hassan The docks were built fairly recently on all of the isles, so I didn't really have the option before. HASSAN_2_IoB_shore_001_001 5514 0 HassanLine1b D: Hassan We just used to send a rowboat to the shore to get the passengers on land. HASSAN_2_IoB_shore_001_002 4612 0 HassanLine1c D: Hassan Even so, with the traps that used to be up here, and that big hedge maze in front of the Castle, I've not ventured too far inland m'self. HASSAN_2_IoB_shore_001_003 9469 0 HassanLine1d D: Hassan I'm not a big fan of hedge mazes, Sire. HASSAN_2_IoB_shore_001_004 0 0 HassanLine1e D: Hassan Not only are they confusing... but I sometimes panic and run through the brambles and I end up tearing my well tailored royal blue coat. HASSAN_2_IoB_shore_001_005 0 0 HassanLine1f D: Hassan Cost me a pretty fortune. HASSAN_2_IoB_shore_001_006 0 0 HassanLine1g T: Ready to sail Ready to Sail 0 0 0 1 D: Hassan Ready to sail? HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_003 938 0 HassanLine3 T: Goodbye

0 0 0 1 D: Hassan Come back when you're ready to sail. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_025_001 2241 0 HassanLine5 T: Second Time Greetings

0 0 0 2 D: Graham Good day, Hassan. GRAHAM_2_IoC_docks_008 0 0 GrahamLine8b D: Hassan Good day, indeed. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_002_000 0 0 HassanLine3 C: Action - Walk

1 T: CurrentWarning

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Even with the calmer waters, Graham has been warned that the ocean surrounding all of the Isles hides a strong and deadly undertow. NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_007_000 7647 0

D: Narrator He doesn't want to be swept out into the ocean for ignoring those cautionary words! NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_007_001 4721 0


1 6 C: Action - Look

11 T: Global

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator With its towering trees and abundance of wildlife, Graham finds the Isle of the Beast as beautiful and mystical as Alexander described it in his letters and tales. NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_001 9849 0

T: Trees

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Several tall trees abound on this island, casting dappled shadows on the forest floor. NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_003 5741 0

T: Beach

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator There's almost no real beach to speak of on the Isle of the Beast. NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_005_000 3579 0

D: Narrator The shoreline is almost immediately swallowed up by the trees and the forest. NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_005_001 4109 0

T: Water

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The waters here seem calmer than elsewhere. NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_008 2631 0

T: Rock

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator An enormous boulder sits in between some of the trees just off of the path leading inland, spotted with moss. NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_010 6240 0

T: Stump

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator It looks like this tree must've fallen down at some point. NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_012_000 2835 0

T: RedFlowers

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator A group of roundish red flowers are growing near one of the trees. NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_014_000 3477 0

T: Path

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator A well-worn path leads inland through the trees. NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_016_000 2927 0

T: Tulips

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator From behind the tree stump, a number of tulips are in bloom, brightening up the dull brown of the trunk with their lively color. NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_018 6924 0

T: Hassan

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Hassan warned Graham to be very careful when traveling through this island. NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_019_000 4242 0

D: Narrator Superstition aside, the Prince did set some traps to prevent visitors from reaching the castle in the past. NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_019_001 6128 0

T: Ferry

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The ferry awaits Graham's return. NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_006 2238 0

C: Action - Hand

6 T: Water

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Even with the calmer waters, Graham has been warned that the ocean surrounding all of the Isles hides a strong and deadly undertow. NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_007_000 7647 0

T: Beach

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Ah, a mixture of sand and dirt! NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_009_000 2386 0

D: Narrator It's so sandy! NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_009_001 1550 0

D: Narrator And dirty... NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_009_002 1581 0

T: Rock

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The trees have protected this rock from being smoothed over by wind and sand over the years. NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_011_000 5292 0

D: Narrator The surface is still bumpy and rough. NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_011_001 2335 0

T: Stump

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The remaining stump of the tree is solid, and not going anywhere. NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_013 3661 0

T: RedFlowers

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Though the flowers are pretty, as in the wind they sway, today is not the day for picking a bouquet. NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_015 5700 0

T: Path

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham tries to pick up the path, but the path isn't interested, and reminds Graham he's a married man. NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_017_000 5996 0

D: Narrator You should be ashamed of yourself, Graham! NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_017_001 2815 0

C: Action - Use

0 C: Action - Talk

1 T: Hassan

0 0 0 0 C: Hassan

1 T: Topics

0 0 3 0 T: Isle of the Beast

0 0 0 8 D: Graham Have you seen much of the Isle of the Beast, Hassan? GRAHAM_2_IoB_shore_001 3239 0 GrahamLine1 D: Hassan Not much of it, Sire. HASSAN_2_IoB_shore_001_000 1315 0 HassanLine1 D: Hassan The docks were built fairly recently on all of the isles, so I didn't really have the option before. HASSAN_2_IoB_shore_001_001 5514 0 HassanLine1b D: Hassan We just used to send a rowboat to the shore to get the passengers on land. HASSAN_2_IoB_shore_001_002 4612 0 HassanLine1c D: Hassan Even so, with the traps that used to be up here, and that big hedge maze in front of the Castle, I've not ventured too far inland m'self. HASSAN_2_IoB_shore_001_003 9469 0 HassanLine1d D: Hassan I'm not a big fan of hedge mazes, Sire. HASSAN_2_IoB_shore_001_004 2711 0

D: Hassan Not only are they confusing... but I sometimes panic and run through the brambles and I end up tearing my well tailored royal blue coat. HASSAN_2_IoB_shore_001_005 9168 0

D: Hassan cost me a pretty fortune. HASSAN_2_IoB_shore_001_006 2404 0

T: Ready to sail Ready to Sail 0 0 0 1 D: Hassan Ready to sail? HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_003 938 0 HassanLine3 T: Goodbye

0 0 0 1 D: Hassan Come back when you're ready to sail. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_025_001 2241 0 HassanLine5 C: Action - Walk

1 T: CurrentWarning

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Even with the calmer waters, Graham has been warned that the ocean surrounding all of the Isles hides a strong and deadly undertow. NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_007_000 7647 0

D: Narrator He doesn't want to be swept out into the ocean for ignoring those cautionary words! NARRATOR_2_IoB_shore_007_001 4721 0


1 6 C: Action - Look

24 T: Global

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator This cozy bookstore may not be as extravagant as those back home, in the castle, but it serves its purposes to a village as small as that of the Isle of the Crown. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_001 8724 0

T: DoorEntrance

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator That's the entrance, and as far as Graham can see, the only way back out to the village as well. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_017_000 5114 0

D: Narrator Good thing this is not a Gabriel Knight game, otherwise Dr John and his boa would have been an issue. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_017_001 5947 0

D: Narrator But luckily, Graham has only to deal with Jollo and Ali. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_017_002 3865 0

T: CoatOfArms

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator This isn't the Crown's coat of arms. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_018_000 2678 0

D: Narrator It must have been a gift, or maybe it holds some significance to the store's owner. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_018_001 4883 0

T: Window

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The village looks quieter from in here than it actually is. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_020 3581 0

T: Shelf01

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator So much knowledge held within these walls! NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_021_000 2783 0

D: Narrator Graham wonders how many of these books have been victims of Alexander's ferocious hunger for learning. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_021_001 5393 0

T: Fireplace

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Who needs a fireplace in this heat? GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_001 1481 0 GrahamLine1 T: Chandelier

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The chandelier hangs steadily from the ceiling. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_024_000 2489 0

D: Narrator It seems to Graham that Ali must admire the beauty of the Castle of the Crown and its grand golden chandeliers, and therefore wanted to recreate a little piece of it at home. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_024_001 10739 0

T: Jollo

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator It's Jollo, the Court Jester of the Royal Family. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_004_000 3349 0

D: Narrator He's enjoying his reading, or at least pretending to do so. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_004_001 4218 0

D: Narrator Graham has no doubt the usual jolly fellow is just as worried about the situation of his king, and especially about Cassima, as anyone else. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_004_002 9225 0

T: Counter

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The unassuming counter serves its purpose for the old bookkeeper. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_026 3852 0

T: Ali

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator The weary, lined face of Ali, the bookstore owner, smiles graciously as Graham looks his way. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_005_000 6552 0

D: Narrator Ali looks very tired. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_005_001 1959 0

D: Narrator He probably didn't sleep well last night because of the storm. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_005_002 3573 0

T: LeftTable

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator This looks like one of those tables Cassima would use to read. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_028_000 3397 0

D: Narrator However, there doesn't seem to be any cushions nearby; maybe one has to borrow them from Ali. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_028_001 6100 0

T: Table

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator A table where readers can temporarily rest their books sits in the center of the room. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_006 4503 0

T: BookPoetrySeq

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator Jollo was probably reading this book. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_007_000 2419 0

D: Narrator Ah, a poetry book. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_007_001 2307 0

D: Narrator A romantic, just like Alexander. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_007_002 2496 0

D: Narrator Maybe that's why they get along so well. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_007_003 2300 0

T: Chair

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Jollo probably went to see his queen to try to cheer her up. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_031 3577 0

T: Shelf05

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator These books contain information on religion and philosophy, some of Alexander's favorite topics that he used to bring up again and again at the dinner table. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_010_000 9244 0

D: Narrator Graham sees one book called "Amazing Myths" that catches his attention. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_010_001 3993 0

T: Shelf04

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator These books contain fairytales. Rosella's favorites, or at least they were when she was a little girl, even though she always seemed to ask the same questions... NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_012_000 9694 0

D: Narrator "Why does the princess always have to be waiting in the tower for the prince to come rescue her? Why can't she just find the way out and battle the dragon herself...?" NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_012_001 9464 0

D: Narrator Ah, brave little Rosella... on her way to the altar and the handsome prince she herself had personally rescued, when that fiend stole the spark from her eyes... NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_012_002 11341 0

T: Shelf03

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Books on botany. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_034_000 1755 0

D: Narrator Valanice would have been digging through this shelf, as she is always researching new ways to care for her plants. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_034_001 6419 0

T: Shelf02

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator The books on this shelf are on marine life. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_015_000 2850 0

D: Narrator Graham wishes he had more time to sit down and read through all these books. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_015_001 4105 0

D: Narrator One of them catches Graham's attention, however, entitled "Folklore of the Sea." NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_015_002 5087 0

D: Narrator Maybe there's time for just a quick tale after all? NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_015_003 4206 0

T: BookPea

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The Princess and the Pea. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_037 2030 0

T: BookSamson

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Amazing Myths. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_038 1022 0

T: BookFlower

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The Power of Nightshade. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_036 2195 0

T: BookNymphs

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Folklore of the Sea. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_035 1294 0

T: DoorEntranceAfternoon

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator That's the entrance, and as far as Graham can see, the only way back out to the village as well. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_017_000 5114 0

D: Narrator Good thing this is not a Gabriel Knight game, otherwise Dr John and his boa would have been an issue. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_017_001 5947 0

T: DeityBook

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator "Deities of the Forest Realm" NARRATOR_3_IoC_Bookshop_002 1671 0

C: Action - Hand

15 T: CoatOfArms

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Sure, take all the coats of arms you come across and start a collection that you can display at Castle of Daventry later, Graham, great idea! NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_019_000 8910 0

D: Narrator Now is the best time to start a new hobby. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_019_001 3113 0

T: Shelf01

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator None of the books in that pile catch Graham's attention. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_022 3243 0

T: Fireplace

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Even with yesterday's gloomy weather, the humidity in the isle is so strong that Graham would not want to sit anywhere close to a fireplace. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_023 8678 0

T: Chandelier

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Even if it was within reach, Graham doesn't think Ali would appreciate that. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_025 4332 0

T: Counter

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator There is no bell on this counter, and even if there was, Ali is right here! NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_027 4942 0

T: LeftTable

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator As much as Graham usually enjoys the leisure of sitting down and reading a book, now is not the time. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_029_000 6577 0

D: Narrator Besides, he would probably go with the Daventrian style of reading, on a chair, or a table with a chair, or... the bed even. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_029_001 8216 0

D: Narrator His old bones wouldn't take kindly to the idea of sitting here for too long. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_029_002 4234 0

T: Table

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator Even though Graham could use this table as a nice stool, he probably has one somewhere in his inventory. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_030_000_000 5602 0

D: Narrator What? He doesn't? Well, I don't know what's going on there. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_030_000_001 5548 0

D: Narrator I'm just trying to do my job here, I don't decide what he gets to pick up and what stays put. Or would you prefer a boring answer like... Graham has no need to touch that? NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_030_001_000 10074 0

D: Narrator Yes? Oh you would, wouldn't you? I knew it. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_030_001_001 3965 0

T: Chair

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator What part of "Graham can't sit still when he's so worried about his family" don't you understand by now? NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_032 6953 0

T: BookPoetry

0 0 0 6 D: Graham These passages of time, And these worlds of late, Our broken images in these mirrors, Tell the hour of our pains, GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_002_003 6661 0

D: Graham But these stars have forgotten, And they should never forget, The lost spark of our eyes, So they may shine once again. GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_002_004 7056 0

D: Graham For once we scare away our fears, And let our need for one another grow, We shall have from happiness, its keys, And from eternal love, its open doors. GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_002_006 0 0

D: Ali One of my favorites. ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_001_000 2101 0 AliLine1 D: Ali I have several copies of that book, too. ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_001_001 2632 0 AliLine1b D: Ali You may keep that if you'd like. ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_001_002 1296 0 AliLine1c T: BookPoetry2

0 0 0 2 D: Graham Thank you very much. GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_003_000 1181 0 GrahamLine90 D: Graham It'll help me relax while on the sea. GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_003_001 1892 0 GrahamLine90b T: Shelf05

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham takes the book, and reads through it. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_013_000 2826 0

D: Narrator He finds an interesting story. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_011_000_001 2308 0

T: Shelf04

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham takes the book, and reads through it. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_013_000 2826 0

D: Narrator He finds an interesting story. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_011_000_001 2308 0

T: Shelf03

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham chooses a book called "The Power of Nightshade." NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_014_000 4237 0

T: Shelf02

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham takes the book, "Folklore of the Sea," and reads through it. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_016_000 4225 0

T: DeityBook

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham picks up a book called "Deities of the Forest Realm" and reads through it. NARRATOR_3_IoC_Bookshop_001_000 4105 0

D: Narrator He finds an interesting selection. NARRATOR_3_IoC_Bookshop_001_001 2311 0

C: Action - Use

4 T: ScrollOnAli

0 0 7 0 T: Scroll Part 1

0 0 0 1 D: Graham I'm searching for ingredients for a spell to bring my children back. GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_039 2904 0 GrahamLine34 T: Scroll Part 2

0 0 0 9 D: Graham Yes. Do you think it will work? GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_040 1768 0 GrahamLine36 D: Ali The druids are very powerful creatures. ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_016_000 3000 100 AliLine7 D: Ali Very little is known about their nature, but I can assure you, their magic does work. ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_016_001 6852 90 AliLine7b D: Ali I've read some interesting volumes, and they speak of highly uncommon, yet powerful magic. ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_016_002 7089 200 AliLine7c D: Graham I realize this is not gonna be an easy task. GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_042 2198 400 GrahamLine38 D: Graham Do you have any idea where I could find any of these ingredients? GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_041 2531 0 GrahamLine37 D: Ali The druids have their own language, of sorts, which is difficult to understand even for an avid reader like myself. ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_017_000 7677 0 AliLine8 D: Ali Many of these ingredients are very unusual, and some of them may be Druidic names for common things. ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_017_001 9452 0 AliLine8b D: Ali Parts even look encrypted, it's hard to say. ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_017_002 3687 750 AliLine8c T: After Shown Scroll

0 0 0 1 D: Ali I apologize for not being able to help you further, but feel free to look for information in my library; you may find some answers there. ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_018_000 9271 0

T: Scroll No Talk

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham should speak to the man first. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_035 2272 0

T: Scroll Part 1b

0 0 0 1 D: Ali A spell? ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_014 1130 0 AliLine5 T: Scroll Part 1c

0 0 0 1 D: Ali This is druid magic, yes? ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_015 2022 0 AliLine6 T: Scroll Lost Magic Bag

0 0 0 9 D: Ali Lost magic bag? ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_019_000 2084 300 AliLine10 D: Ali I just read a book on treasures from the sea, and I did come across references to such a thing! ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_019_002 6699 300 AliLine10c D: Graham Where can I find it? GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_045 823 200 GrahamLine40 D: Ali Bring me a map of the lands and I shall point it to you. ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_020_000 3286 0 AliLine11 D: Ali I must warn you though, it's where the nymphs gather, and these creatures are said to be dangerous. ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_020_001 7857 200 AliLine11b D: Graham I'll take my chances. GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_046 1053 300 GrahamLine41 D: Ali I apologize for not being able to help you further, but feel free to look for information in my library; you may find some answers there. ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_018_000 9271 200 AliLine9 D: Ali And do not hesitate to ask if you have any more specific questions I may be able to help with. ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_018_001 5926 250 AliLine9b D: Graham Thank you. I'll keep that in mind. GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_043 1283 250 GrahamLine38b T: MapOnAli

0 0 2 0 T: AfterAsk Part 1

0 0 0 5 D: Graham Here's the map. GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_004 760 5707 GrahamLine4 D: Ali Perfect! ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_002_000 1192 5508 AliLineMap1 D: Ali Here you have it. ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_002_001_000 1920 0 AliLineMap2 D: Ali But remember... ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_002_001_001 1954 0 AliLineMap2b D: Graham I'll be careful. GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_005 1027 0 GrahamLine5 T: AfterGive

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Ali already made a mark on the map. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_009 2551 0

T: Candle

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator That's strange... the candle won't light. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_100 2642 0

T: CandleLit

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The candle's already lit! NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_101 1982 0

C: Jollo

4 T: FakeArm Gag

0 0 0 18 D: Graham Good book? GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_006 623 300 GrahamLine80 D: Jollo I don't know. JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_003_000 1052 150 JolloLine1 D: Jollo I can't read! JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_003_001 1417 200 JolloLine1b D: Graham Well what are you doing then? GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_007 1044 300 GrahamLine81 D: Jollo Trying to look smart. JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_004 1171 200 JolloLine2 D: Ali Don't listen to him, Your Majesty. He can read. ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_010 3472 200 AliLine90 D: Jollo (laughs) Gullible! JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_038 6547 200 JolloLine3 D: Graham What's the book about? GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_008 810 200 GrahamLine82 D: Jollo It has taught me the great properties of how to properly lend a proper hand. JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_039 5081 300 JolloLine4 D: Graham Say again? GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_009 426 700 GrahamLine83 D: Jollo I've learned a lot. JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_040_000 1144 150 JolloLine5 D: Jollo May I practice with you? JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_040_001 1975 100 JolloLine5b D: Jollo Do you need a hand? JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_040_002 1579 1188 JolloLine5c D: Jollo (Screams in pain) JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_040_003 627 0 JolloLine6 D: Graham By the... your... your hand! GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_010_000 2530 1137 GrahamLine84 D: Graham Oh, heh, I see. You're lending me a hand, all right. GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_010_001 5011 100 GrahamLine84b D: Jollo You can keep that one. JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_041_001_000 1986 100 JolloLine7b D: Jollo I have many others. JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_041_001_001 1773 200

T: Second Time Greetings

0 0 0 1 D: Jollo Maybe you came here for a joke, maybe for a little chat. In any case, just let me know! JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_007 7064 0 JolloLine8 T: Topics

0 0 5 0 T: Cassima

0 0 3 29 T: Accompanying Cassima

0 0 0 9 D: Graham Why are you not by Cassima's side? GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_020 1691 0 GrahamLine15 D: Jollo She wanted to be by herself. JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_017_000 3004 0 JolloLine18 D: Jollo And when that happens, one must let her. JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_017_001 3610 0 JolloLine18b D: Jollo It's very rare for her to want this. JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_017_002 2703 0 JolloLine18c D: Graham Do you think she'll be alright? GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_021 1101 0 GrahamLine16 D: Jollo She's probably cooking up a plan on how to get rid of the bad guys. JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_018 4183 0 JolloLine19 D: Graham What... She wouldn't be? GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_022 1653 0 GrahamLine17 D: Jollo Relax! I'm just kidding. JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_019_000 2541 0 JolloLine20 D: Jollo She'll be alright, believe you me. JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_019_001 3331 0 JolloLine20b T: Cassima and Alexander

0 0 0 22 D: Graham You are very close to her, aren't you? GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_023 1296 0 GrahamLine18 D: Jollo If I were any closer, I'd be her shadow. JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_020 3950 0 JolloLine21 D: Graham Are my son and her getting along well? GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_024 1729 0 GrahamLine19 D: Jollo Why, Your Majesty! JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_021_000 1414 0 JolloLine22 D: Jollo You shouldn't be asking such questions! JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_021_001 2800 0 JolloLine22b D: Graham I apologize, I just... GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_025 1369 0 GrahamLine20 D: Jollo Relax! Just teasing here! JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_022_000 3174 0 JolloLine23 D: Jollo Whatever happened to having a sense of humor? JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_022_001 2876 0 JolloLine23b D: Jollo Anyway, yes. In very few occasions I've seen Cassi as happy as now. JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_022_002 6342 0 JolloLine23c D: Graham I'm very happy for my son. GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_026_000 1697 0 GrahamLine21 D: Graham For both of them. GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_026_001 911 0 GrahamLine21b D: Jollo It's Cassi who gets the headaches after all. JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_023 3486 0 JolloLine24 D: Graham What do you mean? GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_027 590 0 GrahamLine22 D: Jollo That son of yours can be too quiet for her at times. JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_024_000 4072 0 JolloLine25 D: Jollo But they get along sweetly. JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_024_001 2900 0 JolloLine25b D: Graham He's a man of few words, alright. GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_028 1372 0 GrahamLine23 D: Jollo And thank goodness he is! JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_025_000 1851 0 JolloLine26 D: Jollo I'd stick my shoe in his mouth if he dared to say something when we came here to read. JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_025_001 4795 0 JolloLine26b D: Graham He would never do that. GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_029 881 0 GrahamLine24 D: Jollo He's a good lad. JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_026_000 1466 0 JolloLine27 D: Jollo Just a little quiet. JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_026_001 2222 0 JolloLine27b D: Jollo That's all I said. JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_026_002 1820 0 JolloLine27c T: Cassima's Parents

0 0 0 9 D: Graham How are King Caliphim and Queen Allaria enjoying their retirement? GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_030 2643 0 GrahamLine25 D: Jollo Well, aside from the sudden illness of their only son-in-law... JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_027_000 4501 0 JolloLine28 D: Jollo ...a mysterious would-be assassin on the loose... JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_027_001 2793 0 JolloLine28b D: Jollo ...Alhazred's escape from the dungeon... JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_027_002 2368 0 JolloLine28c D: Jollo ...and their crushing defeat in last week's croquet tournament... JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_027_003 3277 0 JolloLine28d D: Jollo I'd say it's going swimmingly. JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_027_004 2235 0 JolloLine28e D: Graham It certainly sounds as though they could use some entertainment from their court clown. GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_031 3038 0 GrahamLine26 D: Jollo (laughs) JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_028_000 1804 0 JolloLine29 D: Jollo Who do you think won the tournament? JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_028_001 2379 0 JolloLine29b D: Graham What was Cassima like when she was younger? GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_011 1785 0 GrahamLine6 D: Jollo Ohh! She was a precocious little thing, smart as a whip, that one. JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_008_000 5855 0 JolloLine9 D: Jollo I felt badly for her, though. JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_008_001 2714 0 JolloLine9b D: Jollo She didn't have any brothers or sisters around to play with, so she was lonely at times. JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_008_002 6832 0 JolloLine9c D: Graham Why didn't the King and Queen have more children? GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_012 1887 0 GrahamLine7 D: Jollo Their Majesties had waited around for so long for Cassima to arrive, they were already getting on in years when she was born. JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_009_000 8391 0 JolloLine10 D: Jollo Besides, she kept them busy enough for ten, during the precious little time they could spend with her. JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_009_001 6344 0 JolloLine10b D: Graham I know of that all too well, my friend. GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_013_000 1544 0 GrahamLine8 D: Graham After Alexander had been kidnapped, Rosella had no one to play with. GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_013_001 3258 0 GrahamLine8b D: Graham Valanice and I spent as much time as we could with her, but I'm afraid a great portion of her childhood was spent alone. GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_013_002 7202 0 GrahamLine8c D: Jollo Oh no, King Graham, Cassi wasn't alone! JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_010_000 2918 0 JolloLine11 D: Jollo She had Mrs. Frizzlebottom. JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_010_001 1853 0 JolloLine11b D: Graham Mrs. Frizzlebottom? GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_014 1671 0 GrahamLine9 D: Jollo Cassima's imaginary friend. JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_011_000 2220 0 JolloLine12 D: Jollo I used to watch the two of them play and have tea so often. JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_011_001 4292 0 JolloLine12b D: Jollo I never imagined a girl could possess such grace, such poise, such beauty! JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_011_002 6624 0 JolloLine12c D: Graham Yes, I've often been told that Cassima was a lovely child. GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_015 2698 0 GrahamLine10 D: Jollo Cassima? JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_012_000 874 0 JolloLine13 D: Jollo I was talking about Mrs. Frizzlebottom! JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_012_001 2736 0 JolloLine13b D: Graham Did Cassima spend all her time with... Mrs. Frazzlebre-Fizzlebur-Frostbitt-- GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_016 7590 0 GrahamLine11 D: Jollo Frizzlebottom. JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_013 713 0 JolloLine14 D: Graham Thank you. GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_017 347 0 GrahamLine12 D: Jollo Oh no, King Graham. JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_014_000_000 1381 0 JolloLine15 D: Jollo As the court clown, I took it upon myself to entertain Cassima. JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_014_000_001 4352 0 JolloLine15b D: Jollo I took her riding, we went for walks, played games. Oh my, that child loved games. JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_014_001 6596 0 JolloLine15c D: Graham Oh? Did she have a favorite? GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_018 1378 0 GrahamLine13 D: Jollo Yes, actually, I remember one quite well that she took particular delight in. JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_015 5778 0 JolloLine16 D: Graham Oh, what was it called? GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_019 866 0 GrahamLine14 D: Jollo Hide Jollo's pants. JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_016 2076 0 JolloLine17 T: Twins

0 0 0 9 D: Graham Have you any idea what this mysterious illness the twins are suffering from could be? GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_032 3864 200 GrahamLine27 D: Jollo My guess would be chronic boredom. JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_029 2510 200 JolloLine30 D: Graham Boredom? GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_033_000 495 600 GrahamLine28 D: Graham Jollo! They're comatose! GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_033_001 1745 400 GrahamLine28b D: Jollo Boredom is a very serious illness, King Graham. JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_030_000 2974 200 JolloLine31 D: Jollo If I'd spent the last twenty years of my life in Daventry, I'd be comatose, too. JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_030_001 5972 100 JolloLine31b D: Jollo Laughter, as they say, is the best medicine! And those two need a hearty helping of it. JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_030_002 6459 200 JolloLine31c D: Graham If it were as easy as that... GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_034 1449 900 GrahamLine29 D: Jollo Unfortunately, I'm just a clown, King Graham, not a miracle worker. JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_031 5275 500 JolloLine32 T: Goodbye First Time

0 1 0 6 D: Graham Goodbye, my friend. GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_035 787 0 GrahamLine30 D: Jollo No! Please, don't go! JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_032 2649 0 JolloLine33 D: Graham What's wrong? GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_036 627 0 GrahamLine31 D: Jollo Please! Don't abandon me! JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_042 3067 0 JolloLine34 D: Ali Jollo... Quit it. ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_011 2029 0 AliLine2 D: Jollo Bye-bye, Your Majesty. JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_033 2184 0 JolloLine35 T: Goodbye Second Time

0 1 0 2 D: Graham Goodbye, my friend. GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_035 787 0 GrahamLine30 D: Jollo Bye-bye, Your Majesty. JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_033 2184 0 JolloLine35b T: Goodbye Goodbye 0 0 0 0 T: First TIme Greetings

0 0 0 0 C: Ali

1 T: Topics

0 1 5 0 T: Books

0 0 1 14 T: Alexander

0 0 0 28 D: Graham You must know my son well by now, good man. GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_050 1834 0 GrahamLine45 D: Ali Why do you say so? ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_024 1138 0 AliLine15 D: Graham If there's one thing that can be said about him it's that he loves reading. GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_051 3331 0 GrahamLine46 D: Ali Indeed. ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_025_000_000 786 0 AliLine16 D: Ali King Alexander spends hours here. ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_025_000_001 2430 0

D: Ali He comes with Jollo from time to time and they just sit and read. ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_025_000_002 4476 0

D: Ali It's the kind of silence I enjoy. ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_025_001 3331 0 AliLine16b D: Graham A little company is never bad. GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_052 1203 0 GrahamLine47 D: Ali With so few people interested in reading, it does get lonely from time to time. ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_026_000 5104 0 AliLine17 D: Ali I've learned to live with it by now, but your son's company is pleasant. ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_026_001 4563 0 AliLine17b D: Graham Tell me, good man, what interested him most? GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_053 2830 0 GrahamLine48 D: Ali Let me see... ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_027_000 1600 0 AliLine18 D: Ali He often reads on the subject of magic. ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_027_001 3423 0 AliLine18b D: Ali He was very interested in the occult. ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_027_002 2640 0 AliLine18c D: Graham I had hoped his interest in that would have waned by now. GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_054 2495 0 GrahamLine49 D: Ali He did live under that Wizard's dominion for most of his life. ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_028 3828 0 AliLine19 D: Graham But you'd think he'd hate it. GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_055 1126 0 GrahamLine50 D: Ali He might be after a way to master it, and make himself safe from what kept him a slave. ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_029_000 5641 0 AliLine20 D: Ali He was also interested in history. ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_029_001_000 3289 0 AliLine20b D: Ali He's read everything he can about the Green Isles, as well as other places. ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_029_001_001 4712 0

D: Graham I gave him that advice. GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_056_000 1052 0 GrahamLine51 D: Graham You can never know enough about the place you govern. GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_056_001 2298 0 GrahamLine51b D: Ali And sometimes he would just pick up a poetry book and read it. ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_030_000 3974 0 AliLine21 D: Ali Here's a secret: ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_030_001_000 2061 0 AliLine21b D: Ali Sometimes, he would copy one and take it to Cassima. ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_030_001_001 4200 0 AliLine21c D: Graham A romantic as well... very nice. GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_057 1969 0 GrahamLine52 D: Ali He's a good man. ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_031 1826 0 AliLine22 D: Graham I know. He's very much like his mother. GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_058 2755 0 GrahamLine53 D: Graham For a small village, your bookshop is amazingly well stocked. GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_047_000 2944 0 GrahamLine42 D: Graham You have quite a collection of literature here. GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_047_001 1830 0 GrahamLine42b D: Ali Thank you, good sir. ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_021_000_000 1492 0 AliLine12 D: Ali I take pride in offering fine books on many subjects to my customers. ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_021_000_001 5811 0

D: Ali I am glad King Alexander was encouraging his subjects to read more. ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_021_001 4663 0 AliLine12b D: Ali You may look at any book you like, King Graham. ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_021_002_000 4092 0 AliLine12c D: Ali Perhaps the information may help you. ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_021_002_001 3299 300

D: Ali Do you enjoy reading? ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_021_003 1846 0 AliLine12d D: Graham I do. GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_048_000 647 0 GrahamLine43 D: Graham But my knowledge comes from life experiences. GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_048_001 2283 0 GrahamLine43b D: Ali I see. ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_022_000 1279 0 AliLine13 D: Ali There are some of us that stay and live in dreams, and others that make those dreams come true. ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_022_001 7691 0

D: Graham One man's dream is another man's gold. GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_049 1916 0 GrahamLine44 D: Ali Very true, indeed. ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_023 1497 800 AliLine14 T: Magic Bag Magical Bag 0 1 0 0 T: Jollo

0 0 0 25 D: Graham I see Jollo is a regular. GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_059 1259 150 GrahamLine54 D: Ali The lad likes to read. What can I say? ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_032_000 2804 100 AliLine23 D: Ali He was a surprise, even for me. ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_032_001 2415 0 AliLine23b D: Jollo Hey! Hey, I may be buried in my reading, but I still have a good pair of ears. JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_034_000 4911 300 JolloLine36 D: Jollo And they work! JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_034_003 1728 50 JolloLine36a D: Jollo I don't hear "advocate" and confuse it with "chocolate"! JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_034_001 3924 0 JolloLine36b D: Jollo (laughs) JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_034_004 1139 1000 JolloLine36c D: Jollo Ohh... chocolate... JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_034_002 1932 0 JolloLine36d D: Ali He's such a smart mouth as well. ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_033 2233 0 AliLine24 D: Graham I know the kind. GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_060 987 0 GrahamLine55 D: Jollo And your kind still pays mine to be around. Isn't that a laugh? JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_035_000 3785 0 JolloLine37 D: Jollo (laughs) JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_035_001 6857 0 JolloLine37b D: Ali Do not mind him, Sire. He just can't keep his mouth shut. ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_034 3788 0 AliLine25 D: Jollo Maybe because I'm not ashamed to. JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_036_000 2408 0 JolloLine38 D: Jollo I still have all my teeth! JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_036_001 2241 0 JolloLine38b D: Jollo (laughs) JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_036_002 1433 0 JolloLine38c D: Ali He's a good-hearted chap. ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_035 1325 0 AliLine26 D: Graham Don't worry, Ali. I gave up trying to outsmart a jester a long time ago. GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_061 3299 0 GrahamLine56 D: Jollo It looks like you gave up on fashion too! JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_037_000_000 2989 0 JolloLine39 D: Jollo (laughs) JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_037_000_001 2622 0 JolloLine39a D: Jollo Alright, that's it for the show. JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_037_001_000 2878 0 JolloLine39b D: Jollo I'll get back to my reading before Ali kicks me out. JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_037_001_001 3094 0

D: Jollo I don't want him to break his ankle! (laughs) JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_037_002 6931 0 JolloLine39c D: Jollo Break his ankle. Ya get it? Huh?... Eh... JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_037_003 4368 0 JolloLine39d D: Jollo Tough crowd. JOLLO_2_IoC_bookstore_037_004 1348 250 JolloLine39e T: Goodbye

0 0 0 2 D: Graham Let me do some research in your books. GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_062 1439 0 GrahamLine57 D: Ali Be my guest. ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_036 1218 300 AliLine27 T: Jollo the Jester

0 1 0 4 D: Graham I see Jollo is a regular. GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_059 1259 0 GrahamLine54 D: Ali The lad likes to read. What can I say? ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_032_000 2804 0 AliLine23 D: Ali He was a surprise, even for me. ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_032_001 2415 0

D: Ali He's a good-hearted chap. ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_035 1325 0 AliLine26 C: Ali - Greetings

2 T: Surprised

0 0 0 2 D: Graham Nice bookshop you have here. GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_037 1166 0 GrahamLine32 D: Ali King Graham! What brings you to my humble corner of the Isle? ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_012 4808 200 AliLine3 T: Normal Greeting

0 0 0 2 D: Graham How fare you today, bookkeeper? GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_038 1188 0 GrahamLine33 D: Ali Very well, King Graham. ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_013 1364 0 AliLine4

1 2 C: Action - Look

23 T: Global

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator This cozy bookstore may not be as extravagant as those back home, in the castle, but it serves its purposes to a village as small as that of the Isle of the Crown. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_001 8724 0

T: DoorEntrance

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator That's the entrance, and as far as Graham can see, the only way back out to the village as well. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_017_000 5114 0

D: Narrator Good thing this is not a Gabriel Knight game, otherwise Dr John and his boa would have been an issue. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_017_001 5947 0

D: Narrator But luckily, Graham has only to deal with Jollo and Ali. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_017_002 3865 0

T: CoatOfArms

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator This isn't the Crown's coat of arms. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_018_000 2678 0

D: Narrator It must have been a gift, or maybe it holds some significance to the store's owner. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_018_001 4883 0

T: Window

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The village looks quieter from in here than it actually is. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_020 3581 0

T: Shelf01

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator So much knowledge held within these walls! NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_021_000 2783 0

T: Fireplace

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Who needs a fireplace in this heat? GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_001 1481 0 GrahamLine1 T: Chandelier

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The chandelier hangs steadily from the ceiling. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_024_000 2489 0

T: Jollo

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator It's Jollo, the Court Jester of the Royal Family. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_004_000 3349 0

D: Narrator He's enjoying his reading, or at least pretending to do so. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_004_001 4218 0

T: Counter

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The unassuming counter serves its purpose for the old bookkeeper. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_026 3852 0

T: Ali

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The weary, lined face of Ali, the bookstore owner, smiles graciously as Graham looks his way. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_005_000 6552 0

T: LeftTable

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator This looks like one of those tables Cassima would use to read. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_028_000 3397 0

T: Table

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator A table where readers can temporarily rest their books sits in the center of the room. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_006 4503 0

T: BookPoetrySeq

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator Jollo was probably reading this book. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_007_000 2419 0

D: Narrator Ah, a poetry book. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_007_001 2307 0

D: Narrator A romantic, just like Alexander. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_007_002 2496 0

D: Narrator Maybe that's why they get along so well. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_007_003 2300 0

T: Chair

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Jollo probably went to see his queen to try to cheer her up. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_031 3577 0

T: Shelf05

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator These books contain information on religion and philosophy, some of Alexander's favorite topics that he used to bring up again and again at the dinner table. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_010_000 9244 0

D: Narrator Graham sees one book called "Amazing Myths" that catches his attention. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_010_001 3993 0

T: Shelf04

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator These books contain fairytales. Rosella's favorites, or at least they were when she was a little girl, even though she always seemed to ask the same questions... NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_012_000 9694 0

D: Narrator "Why does the princess always have to be waiting in the tower for the prince to come rescue her? Why can't she just find the way out and battle the dragon herself...?" NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_012_001 9464 0

T: Shelf03

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Books on botany. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_034_000 1755 0

D: Narrator Valanice would have been digging through this shelf, as she is always researching new ways to care for her plants. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_034_001 6419 0

T: Shelf02

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The books on this shelf are on marine life. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_015_000 2850 0

D: Narrator One of them catches Graham's attention, however, entitled "Folklore of the Sea." NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_015_002 5087 0

T: BookPea

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The Princess and the Pea. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_037 2030 0

T: BookSamson

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Amazing Myths. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_038 1022 0

T: BookFlower

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The Power of Nightshade. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_036 2195 0

T: BookNymphs

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Folklore of the Sea. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_035 1294 0

T: DoorEntranceAfternoon

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator That's the entrance, and as far as Graham can see, the only way back out to the village as well. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_017_000 5114 0

D: Narrator Good thing this is not a Gabriel Knight game, otherwise Dr John and his boa would have been an issue. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_017_001 5947 0

C: Action - Hand

14 T: CoatOfArms

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Sure, take all the coats of arms you come across and start a collection that you can display at Castle of Daventry later, Graham, great idea! NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_019_000 8910 0

D: Narrator Now is the best time to start a new hobby. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_019_001 3113 0

T: Shelf01

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator None of the books in that pile catch Graham's attention. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_022 3243 0

T: Fireplace

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Even with yesterday's gloomy weather, the humidity in the isle is so strong that Graham would not want to sit anywhere close to a fireplace. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_023 8678 0

T: Chandelier

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Even if it was within reach, Graham doesn't think Ali would appreciate that. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_025 4332 0

T: Counter

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator There is no bell on this counter, and even if there was, Ali is right here! NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_027 4942 0

T: LeftTable

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator As much as Graham usually enjoys the leisure of sitting down and reading a book, now is not the time. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_029_000 6577 0

T: Table

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator Even though Graham could use this table as a nice stool, he probably has one somewhere in his inventory. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_030_000_000 5602 0

D: Narrator What? He doesn't? Well, I don't know what's going on there. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_030_000_001 5548 0

D: Narrator I'm just trying to do my job here, I don't decide what he gets to pick up and what stays put. Or would you prefer a boring answer like... Graham has no need to touch that? NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_030_001_000 10074 0

D: Narrator Yes? Oh you would, wouldn't you? I knew it. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_030_001_001 3965 0

T: Chair

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator What part of "Graham can't sit still when he's so worried about his family" don't you understand by now? NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_032 6953 0

T: BookPoetry

0 0 0 6 D: Graham These passages of time, And these worlds of late, Our broken images in these mirrors, Tell the hour of our pains, GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_002_003 6661 0

D: Graham But these stars have forgotten, And they should never forget, The lost spark of our eyes, So they may shine once again. GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_002_004 7056 0

D: Graham For once we scare away our fears, And let our need for one another grow, We shall have from happiness, its keys, And from eternal love, its open doors. GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_002_006 14141 0

D: Ali One of my favorites. ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_001_000 2101 0 AliLine1 D: Ali I have several copies of that book, too. ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_001_001 2632 0 AliLine1b D: Ali You may keep that if you'd like. ALI_2_IoC_bookstore_001_002 1296 0 AliLine1c T: BookPoetry2

0 0 0 2 D: Graham Thank you very much. GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_003_000 1181 0 GrahamLine90 D: Graham It'll help me relax while on the sea. GRAHAM_2_IoC_bookstore_003_001 1892 0 GrahamLine90b T: Shelf05

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham takes the book, and reads through it. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_013_000 2826 0

D: Narrator He finds an interesting story. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_011_000_001 2308 0

T: Shelf04

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham takes the book, and reads through it. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_013_000 2826 0

D: Narrator He finds an interesting story. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_011_000_001 2308 0

T: Shelf03

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham chooses a book called "The Power of Nightshade." NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_014_000 4237 0

T: Shelf02

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham takes the book, "Folklore of the Sea," and reads through it. NARRATOR_2_IoC_bookstore_016_000 4225 0


1 5 C: Action - Look

25 T: Global

0 0 0 5 D: Narrator Graham can barely stand to be in this room. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_001_000 2550 0

D: Narrator Just the sight of Alexander and Rosella lying there so close to him, yet somehow so far away, tears at his heart. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_001_001 7489 0

D: Narrator Why were they attacked? NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_001_003 1955 0

D: Narrator What drove that cloaked man to such evil against his children? NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_001_004 3850 0

D: Narrator Graham wishes he knew, but if wishing were all that it took, this would have never happened at all. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_001_005 5893 0

T: Windows

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Cassima's nightingale, Sing Sing, sometimes comes to visit the Queen, perching at the edge of the window, offering her music to whomever should wish to listen. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_002 8278 0

T: Necklace

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator An incredibly beautiful and valuable necklace rests on the vanity. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_005 4447 0

T: Bed

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator This bed, normally fit for a king and his queen's nicest dreams, is today the setting for a disturbing nightmare. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_018 6590 0

T: Bookcase

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham would expect no less than at least one full bookshelf in his son's chambers. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_008_000 5070 0

D: Narrator Though he's still learning much about Alexander, his son's love for reading has never been in doubt since he came back into their lives. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_008_001 7527 0

T: ShelfItemFlute

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator A plain wooden flute lies on the shelf, evidence of Alexander's love of music. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_009_000 4829 0

D: Narrator Graham vows again that Alexander will be saved, returned to them whole and alive and free from this spell, able once more to play that flute for his loved ones. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_009_001 11332 0

T: Vanity

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator A brass vanity provides Cassima with the means to enjoy a princess' toilette. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_010 5461 0

T: Wardrobe

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator This must be where Alexander and Cassima keep some of their clothes. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_026_000 3741 0

D: Narrator Graham would imagine the Queen has her own dressing room somewhere else in the castle, seeing as this wardrobe is so small. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_026_001 7413 0

T: Fireplace

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator It's very hot in here (so get down on the floor). NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_030 5826 0

T: CassimaDay2

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Cassima is concentrating on her work. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_012_000 2176 0

D: Narrator Graham is pleased to see this, as he knows the pain that must be going through her heart. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_012_001 4770 0

D: Narrator He knows well how focusing on a task can ease that pain, if only for a time. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_012_002 5442 0

T: Table

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator A lovely little table stands beside the bed. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_003_000 2595 0

D: Narrator Alexander once told his father that this was Cassima's favorite work place, and in the traditions of her culture, she prefers it to the more common desks Graham is used to. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_003_001 8605 0

T: Alexander

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator A long time ago, before Alexander was born, Graham read a book of a man who journeyed for years in search of his purpose and fighting against an inherent darkness that struggled to overcome him. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_020_000 10903 0

D: Narrator The protagonist's name was Alexander. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_020_001 3314 200

D: Narrator It was so compelling that it led Graham to name his son after that character, and he desperately hopes now that Alexander is as fortunate in his struggles as the one in the story... NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_020_002 10481 0

T: Rosella

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator Graham has never seen Rosella lying so still for such a long period of time. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_022_000 5134 0

D: Narrator He cannot help looking at his little girl's golden locks with tenderness, a few strands fallen across her face, her mischief-filled eyes shut to the world, and her voice so silent, the lands all the poorer for being deprived of her laughter. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_022_001 14630 0

D: Narrator For a moment, it's too much for the King, and he feels his legs struggle to hold him up, his will gone and his heart filled with only despair. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_022_002 8225 100

D: Narrator But he perseveres, knowing his little girl needs him now more than ever, and Graham is determined to rescue her. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_022_003 8305 0

T: WindowsAbove

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The light from the windows brightens the sad room, illuminating everything below in its golden shadow. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_032_000 5931 0

D: Narrator It falls gently over Graham's children, almost as a sign of hope. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_032_001 4117 0

T: Pillows

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The cushions on the floor invite guests to sit down and take a cup of tea, as is the tradition of Cassima's family and culture. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_033 7289 0

T: Chest

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Ah, this is Alexander's old chest. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_036_000 3364 0

D: Narrator It used to be Graham's and it was given to him by his father, who had it from his father, and so on for many generations. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_036_001 7114 0

D: Narrator Graham had placed it in Alexander's room while his son was still missing, kidnapped by Manannan, because even if he was unsure he would ever see his son again, it still belonged to him. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_036_002 11550 0

T: BookcaseMiddleShelf

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Alexander keeps old mementos from his first visit to the Green Isles here. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_038_000 4491 0

D: Narrator He told his father that he used to exchange them with Hakim, the Pawn Shop owner, but once he settled down, he went back to the shop and bought them all to remind him of how he came to rescue and marry his true love. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_038_001 12725 0

T: ShelfItemRabbitsFoot

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator This peculiar knick-knack is a rabbit's foot. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_039_000 2886 0

D: Narrator It's supposed to be lucky, though Graham can't help imagining that the rabbit didn't think so. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_039_001 5418 0

T: ShelfItemNightingale

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator A mechanical nightingale... NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_040_000 1603 0

D: Narrator How enchanting! NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_040_001 1292 0

T: ShelfItemLantern

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator This one could come in handy, but Graham feels guilty about taking Alexander's belongings when he could find something on his own that would work just as well. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_041 9585 0

T: Mirror

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham gazes at himself in the mirror. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_010_001 2061 0

D: Narrator There's more gray hair than the last time he checked. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_010_002 2991 0

T: Stool

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator A little stool sits next to the vanity. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_102 2554 0

T: ShelfItemPaintBrush

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator When Graham is in need of painting himself a door to somewhere, he can come back to get this. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_112 5328 0

T: Distressed

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham certainly doesn't enjoy doing this any more than Rosella, but hopefully it will help her in the end. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_111 6825 0

T: ShelfItemTinderbox

0 0 0 1 D: Graham This tinderbox may come in handy. GRAHAM_4_ioc_cassimabedroom_001 0 0

C: Action - Hand

17 T: Flute

0 0 0 4 D: Graham Cassima, would you mind if I borrowed Alexander's flute? GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_001_000 3582 0 GrahamFluteLine1 D: Graham It may come in handy in my quest to wake him and his sister. GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_001_001 2748 0 GrahamFluteLine2 D: CassimaDay2 Well, the flute is Alexander's, and I'm sure he would approve if I gave my permission. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_001_000 6684 0 CassimaFluteLine1 D: CassimaDay2 Take it... if you think it might help him. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_001_001 3932 0 CassimaFluteLine2 T: Necklace

0 0 0 14 D: Graham Cassima? GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_002 480 0 GrahamNecklaceLine1 D: CassimaDay2 Yes? CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_002 871 0 CassimaNecklaceLine1 D: Graham Is this your necklace? GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_003 1023 0 GrahamNecklaceLine2 D: CassimaDay2 Yes, it's a family heirloom... CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_003_000 2034 0 CassimaNecklaceLine2 D: CassimaDay2 I was thinking of wearing it for the wedding, but I forgot... CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_003_001 4041 0 CassimaNecklaceLine2b D: CassimaDay2 Why? CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_003_002 960 0 CassimaNecklaceLine2c D: Graham May I please borrow it? GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_004 1185 0 GrahamNecklaceLine3 D: CassimaDay2 That necklace is very precious to my family... CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_004_000 2559 0 CassimaNecklaceLine3 D: CassimaDay2 It's for them, isn't it? CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_004_001 2739 0 CassimaNecklaceLine3b D: Graham Yes. GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_005 377 0 GrahamNecklaceLine4 D: CassimaDay2 Take it. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_005_000 1139 0 CassimaNecklaceLine4 D: CassimaDay2 Just... wake him... CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_005_001 3179 0 CassimaNecklaceLine4b D: CassimaDay2 Them up, please... CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_005_002 2909 0 CassimaNecklaceLine4c D: Graham Thank you, Cassima. GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_006 859 0 GrahamNecklaceLine5 T: Windows

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The room already feels overly warm to Graham, and he has no desire to make it worse by closing the window! NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_015 6559 0

T: Table - Cassima Working

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Given the events of yesterday, Cassima probably has enough trouble keeping her concentration right now without Graham trying to distract her further. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_016 7778 0

T: Table - Cassima Away

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Cassima has been generous enough already in granting Graham one of her most valuable treasures, her family heirloom. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_017_000 6685 0

D: Narrator Graham decides to respect her privacy and leave her things alone. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_017_001 4257 0

T: Bed

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Whereas when they were two little babies, Graham could rock the twins to sleep in their cradle and know they would wake him the next morning, or even in the middle of the night, that remains just a memory now. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_019_000 10810 0

D: Narrator Graham longs for such certainty of his children's awakening. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_019_001 3464 0

T: Alexander

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham takes his son's hand in his own and mumbles some words of comfort, in the hope that Alexander can hear them. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_021 6166 0

T: Rosella

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham brushes Rosella's beautiful golden hair from her eyes, and hopes that very soon she will be able to do so herself again, laughing and running in the open, the wind tossing those locks about her playfully. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_023 11488 0

T: Bookcase

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator As much as Graham would love to browse these titles and discuss them with Alexander, there's no time for the former just now, and the latter is currently quite impossible. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_024 10245 0

T: Vanity

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Stop being so nosy, Graham. That's Cassima's private vanity. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_025 5358 0

T: Wardrobe

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Searching through Cassima's and Alexander's wardrobe will not help matters, Graham. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_027 5285 0

T: Fireplace

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator It's already warm enough in here. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_031_000 2072 0

D: Narrator Graham feels no need to move any closer to the fire! NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_031_001 3426 0

T: Pillows

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator They are soft to the touch, and very comfortable. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_034_000 2972 0

D: Narrator Cassima actually placed a special order for some pillows as a gift for Valanice. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_034_001 4717 0

D: Narrator In his leisure time, Graham sometimes takes one of the pillows, a good book, and goes to read under the shade of his favorite tree back in Daventry. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_034_002 8999 0

T: Chest

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Looking closely, Graham finds the same old scratches and scuffs as it once had, plus a couple of new ones. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_037_000 6733 0

D: Narrator On one of the sides, Graham can still find the badly carved "G" that he put there when he was still a child. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_037_001 6797 0

D: Narrator His father wasn't at all pleased when he saw it, and Graham was badly scolded. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_037_002 5087 0

T: Any item but Flute

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Unless there's a very good reason for Graham to use any of these items, Graham prefers to leave his son's belongings alone. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_042 8101 0

T: FluteAfternoon

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham feels a little guilty about taking his son's personal things without his or his wife's permission, but he knows they would not mind if they knew he was taking it to aid him in his quest. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_106 11668 0

T: Tinderbox

0 0 0 1 D: Graham This tinderbox may come in handy.

0 0

C: Chapter 2 - CassimaDay2

3 T: First time greetings

0 0 0 23 D: Graham Am I interrupting something? GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_012 1110 0 GrahamLine12 D: CassimaDay2 Oh, Your Majesty, I didn't notice you were here. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_008 3330 0 CassimaLine8 D: Graham I was just passing by... seeing how my children were doing. GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_013 2526 0 GrahamLine13 D: CassimaDay2 They've been good and haven't interrupted me. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_009 3999 0 CassimaLine9 D: Graham (chuckles) Graham_Chuckles 578 150 GrahamLine13a D: Graham Where did everybody else go? GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_014 1091 0 GrahamLine14 D: CassimaDay2 Th-they left me to prepare a speech. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_010_000 1919 0 CassimaLine10 D: CassimaDay2 I would usually write this sort of thing in the study, but I prefer to stay by Alexander's side as much as I can right now. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_010_001 6979 0 CassimaLine10b D: Graham How's it coming? GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_015 832 0 GrahamLine15 D: CassimaDay2 I'm having some problems. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_011_000 1507 0 CassimaLine11 D: CassimaDay2 Alexander would always help me write them. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_011_001 2722 0 CassimaLine11b D: CassimaDay2 Saladin was helping me, but then he had to meet his guards downstairs, and then... CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_011_002 5118 0 CassimaLine11c D: CassimaDay2 well... the... CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_011_003 2293 0 CassimaLine11d D: CassimaDay2 ...incident with your wife. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_011_004 2417 0 CassimaLine11e D: Graham Yes... that was the last thing I needed at this moment. GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_016 2494 0 GrahamLine16 D: CassimaDay2 How is she doing? CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_012 1420 0 CassimaLine12 D: Graham She's asleep now. GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_017 1053 0 GrahamLine17 D: CassimaDay2 This is all so upsetting! CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_013_000 1632 0 CassimaLine13 D: CassimaDay2 Have you had any luck finding a cure? CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_013_001 3007 0 CassimaLine13b D: Graham The druids have helped me, and there's some hope yet. GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_018 2372 0 GrahamLine18 D: CassimaDay2 (sigh) That's a relief. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_014_000 1490 0 CassimaLine14 D: CassimaDay2 They are good people, if reclusive. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_014_001 3433 0 CassimaLine14b D: Graham And very wise. GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_019 1010 0 GrahamLine19 T: Second time greetings

0 0 0 2 D: Graham Still hard at work? GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_020 853 0 GrahamLine20 D: CassimaDay2 Yes... still. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_015 1941 0 CassimaLine15 T: Topics

0 0 5 0 T: Alexander's condition

0 0 1 17 T: Alexander

0 0 2 30 T: Alexander's traumas

0 0 0 14 D: Graham Has he ever said anything about how he feels? GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_031 2218 0 GrahamLine31 D: CassimaDay2 At times. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_024_000 845 0 CassimaLine24 D: CassimaDay2 Sometimes I get him to the point where he's about to let it out... CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_024_001 3572 0 CassimaLine24b D: CassimaDay2 ...but then he'll catch himself, and pull away again. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_024_002 3109 0 CassimaLine24c D: Graham What has he said in these moments? GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_032 1486 0 GrahamLine32 D: CassimaDay2 He's unsure of what he deserves. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_025_000 2184 0 CassimaLine25 D: CassimaDay2 He hasn't told me this directly, but that's what I gather. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_025_001 3421 0 CassimaLine25b D: CassimaDay2 He is stubborn at times, and won't take orders from anybody. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_025_002 4571 0 CassimaLine25c D: Graham He's probably had enough of those. GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_033 1663 0 GrahamLine33 D: CassimaDay2 I also think he's very afraid of losing all he has now. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_026 3597 0 CassimaLine26 D: Graham Does he blame us? GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_034 720 0 GrahamLine34 D: CassimaDay2 No! Never! CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_027_000 1654 0 CassimaLine27 D: CassimaDay2 He's most happy to have found you. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_027_001 2455 0 CassimaLine27b D: CassimaDay2 He always imagined you like that, he says. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_027_002 2707 0 CassimaLine27c T: Alexander's hobbies

0 0 0 23 D: Graham What does he like to do? GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_035 1266 0 GrahamLine35 D: CassimaDay2 He enjoys his time by my side, but sometimes he just likes to be on his own. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_028 4767 0 CassimaLine28 D: Graham You can't blame him. GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_036_000 1030 0 GrahamLine36 D: Graham He's not used to being around people. GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_036_001 1483 0 GrahamLine36b D: CassimaDay2 Well, he's gotten better. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_029_000 1097 0 CassimaLine29 D: CassimaDay2 The first weeks, I'd be lucky if he stayed in a town meeting for more than an hour! CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_029_001 4562 0 CassimaLine29b D: CassimaDay2 Now, he even enjoys the company of others. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_029_002 2956 0 CassimaLine29c D: CassimaDay2 But still... CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_029_003 1335 0 CassimaLine29d D: CassimaDay2 ...there's a dark shadow... CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_029_004 2385 0 CassimaLine29e D: CassimaDay2 ...almost like a living pain, surfacing in his eyes. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_029_005 3726 0 CassimaLine29e D: Graham All you can do is be by his side. GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_037 1667 0 GrahamLine37 D: CassimaDay2 That's what I do. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_030_000 934 0 CassimaLine30 D: CassimaDay2 He's learned to come to me and I'll keep silent while he cries on my shoulder, like a scared child. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_030_001 6355 0 CassimaLine30b D: Graham He must have some terrible demons inside. GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_038 2093 0 GrahamLine38 D: CassimaDay2 It's really heartbreaking. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_031_000 1459 0 CassimaLine31 D: CassimaDay2 He just holds me tight, as if not wanting to let go... CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_031_001 3455 0 CassimaLine31b D: CassimaDay2 Do you think he's... CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_031_002 2433 0 CassimaLine31c D: CassimaDay2 ...gone? CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_031_003 1647 0 CassimaLine31d D: Graham He's not gone, my child. GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_039_000 1599 0 GrahamLine39 D: Graham I know this is hard on everybody but we must keep the faith. GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_039_001 3730 0 GrahamLine39b D: CassimaDay2 You know, they say that people can still hear when they are asleep. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_032_000 4221 0 CassimaLine32 D: CassimaDay2 That you can transmit certain emotions. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_032_001 3047 0 CassimaLine32b D: CassimaDay2 We shouldn't let him hear this. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_032_002 2139 0 CassimaLine32a D: Graham I know it is somehow imprudent, but... can you tell me about Alexander? GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_024_000 3839 0 GrahamLine24 D: Graham I'm talking about the way he is, as a man, as a husband, and as a king. GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_024_001 5474 0 GrahamLine24b D: CassimaDay2 I sometimes forget you probably know him less than I do. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_018_000 3762 0 CassimaLine18 D: CassimaDay2 It's such a shame, really, that he didn't get to grow up with his family. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_018_001 4048 0 CassimaLine18b D: Graham I'm sure he wouldn't be the man he is now. GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_025 1611 0 GrahamLine25 D: CassimaDay2 Every cloud has a silver lining. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_019_000 2021 0 CassimaLine19 D: CassimaDay2 Isn't that what they say? CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_019_001 1813 0 CassimaLine19b D: Graham Yes, Cassima. GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_026_000 732 0 GrahamLine26 D: Graham My point exactly. GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_026_001 1216 0 GrahamLine26b D: CassimaDay2 Still... CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_020_000 1039 0 CassimaLine20 D: CassimaDay2 ...maybe not all is that good... CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_020_001 2046 0 CassimaLine20b D: Graham What do you mean? GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_027 556 0 GrahamLine27 D: CassimaDay2 Alexander has issues... CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_021_000 2387 0 CassimaLine21 D: CassimaDay2 Things he won't trust anybody with. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_021_001 2915 0 CassimaLine21b D: Graham That's understandable. GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_028_000 906 0 GrahamLine28 D: Graham He grew up as a slave. GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_028_001 1311 0 GrahamLine28b D: CassimaDay2 He doesn't talk too much. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_022_000 1493 0 CassimaLine22 D: CassimaDay2 Well, he's a good king, but when it comes to personal issues, he won't talk about them. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_022_001 5402 0 CassimaLine22b D: CassimaDay2 It frustrates me at times, because I want to help him through it, but I can't. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_022_002 5695 0 CassimaLine22c D: Graham Perhaps you should try to be a little more understanding of what he's been through. GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_029 2929 0 GrahamLine29 D: CassimaDay2 No, don't get me wrong. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_023_000 1772 0 CassimaLine23 D: CassimaDay2 I understand very well. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_023_001 1764 0 CassimaLine23b D: CassimaDay2 I know what it's like being dragged away from your family and forced to become someone else's slave. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_023_002 5353 0 CassimaLine23c D: CassimaDay2 I still wake up at night, sweating... scared... and it was just a couple of years. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_023_003 5861 0 CassimaLine23d D: CassimaDay2 I can't begin to imagine how it was for him... CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_023_004 3154 0 CassimaLine23e D: CassimaDay2 A whole life... CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_023_005 1675 0 CassimaLine23f D: CassimaDay2 You know, Your Majesty... CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_023_006 2465 0 CassimaLine23g D: CassimaDay2 I love your son so much... CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_023_007 3041 0 CassimaLine23h D: Graham I know you do, my child. GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_030_000 1345 0 GrahamLine30 D: Graham I know you do. GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_030_001 982 0 GrahamLine30b D: Graham How do you think Alexander is doing? GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_021 1534 0 GrahamLine21 D: CassimaDay2 I was with him for most of yesterday... CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_016_000 2312 0 CassimaLine16 D: CassimaDay2 H-he just sleeps like he's dead! CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_016_001 3386 0 CassimaLine16b D: CassimaDay2 I don't see how he can be brought back. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_016_002 4374 0 CassimaLine16c D: Graham He can, Cassima. GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_022_000 1071 0 GrahamLine22 D: Graham You know he can. GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_022_001 1291 0 GrahamLine22b D: Graham Look outside. GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_022_002 1435 0 GrahamLine22c D: Graham There was a terrible storm yesterday, but now it's clear. GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_022_003 2865 0 GrahamLine22d D: Graham Everything dark will lead into something light. GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_022_004 2951 0 GrahamLine22e D: Graham You just have to have faith that it will. GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_022_005 1938 0 GrahamLine22f D: CassimaDay2 I know... but... CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_017_000 1359 0 CassimaLine17 D: CassimaDay2 It's so hard... CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_017_001 1475 0 CassimaLine17b D: CassimaDay2 Look at him... CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_017_002 1651 0 CassimaLine17c D: CassimaDay2 You wouldn't expect him to make much noise, but to be so quiet? CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_017_003 4860 0 CassimaLine17d D: CassimaDay2 I just can't take this... CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_017_004 3482 0 CassimaLine17e D: Graham It's going to be alright. GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_023_000 1512 0 GrahamLine23 D: Graham Trust me. GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_023_001 832 0 GrahamLine23b T: Rosella

0 0 0 17 D: Graham Did you find my daughter to your liking? GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_040 1392 0 GrahamLine40 D: CassimaDay2 Of course! CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_033_000 1383 0 CassimaLine33 D: CassimaDay2 Rosella is... well... CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_033_001 1952 0 CassimaLine33b D: CassimaDay2 She has all this energy! CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_033_002 1486 0 CassimaLine33c D: CassimaDay2 One night she almost convinced me to steal the ferry and travel to the Isle of Mist... CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_033_003 5046 0 CassimaLine33d D: CassimaDay2 ...but Edgar and Alexander came back at the moment we were preparing to leave. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_033_004 4782 0 CassimaLine33e D: Graham Don't let yourself be carried away by my daughter's ideas. GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_041_000 3037 0 GrahamLine41 D: Graham Sometimes, I think she'll never grow up. GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_041_001 2035 0 GrahamLine41b D: CassimaDay2 Aw... I don't see the need to be too hard on her. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_034_000 3262 0 CassimaLine34 D: CassimaDay2 We've become really good friends over these few months we've been talking to each other, especially after the wedding was set to be here. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_034_001 6377 0 CassimaLine34b D: CassimaDay2 I think she's just... afraid... CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_034_002 3471 0 CassimaLine34c D: Graham With a husband there comes responsibility... GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_042_000 2334 0 GrahamLine42 D: Graham ...and children. GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_042_001 799 0 GrahamLine42b D: CassimaDay2 Yes... heh, and she won't be able to go adventuring as she's used to. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_035_000 3815 0 CassimaLine35 D: CassimaDay2 It's just that, she's afraid... CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_035_001 2906 0 CassimaLine35b D: CassimaDay2 But I'm sure she'll get over it and grow to be a wonderful wife, and mother. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_035_002 4780 0 CassimaLine35c D: Graham For the sake of Edgar, I hope so too! GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_043 2446 0 GrahamLine43 T: The Green Isles

0 0 1 11 T: Green Isles' recovery

0 0 0 13 D: Graham Do you think the Isles are recovering from this? GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_047 1753 0 GrahamLine47 D: CassimaDay2 People have been sending messages to the castle non-stop since you left. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_038_000 3823 0 CassimaLine38 D: CassimaDay2 Everyone's worried. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_038_001 1930 0 CassimaLine38b D: CassimaDay2 They're afraid to leave their homes. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_038_002 2097 0 CassimaLine38c D: CassimaDay2 No one knows how the other isles are doing. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_038_003 2706 0 CassimaLine38d D: Graham It is your duty as a queen, to reassure them. GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_048 2833 0 GrahamLine48 D: CassimaDay2 That's what I'm trying to do with this speech. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_039_000 2014 0 CassimaLine39 D: CassimaDay2 I will be addressing the people at noon. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_039_001 2273 0 CassimaLine39b D: CassimaDay2 Perhaps you can come by and add something? CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_039_002 2753 0 CassimaLine39c D: Graham They are your people, my child. GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_049_000 1350 0 GrahamLine49 D: Graham I'm just a foreigner, and it's you they believe in. GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_049_001 2795 0 GrahamLine49b D: Graham You'll do fine. GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_049_002 1473 0 GrahamLine49c D: CassimaDay2 I can only hope. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_040 1515 0 CassimaLine40 D: Graham You are lucky to have grown up in such a beautiful land as this. GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_044 2919 0 GrahamLine44 D: CassimaDay2 I guess I am. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_036_000 992 0 CassimaLine36 D: CassimaDay2 Though sometimes I think the weather is just too hot or the waves are just too violent... CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_036_001 5421 0 CassimaLine36b D: CassimaDay2 I am glad to rule over it. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_036_002 2273 0 CassimaLine36c D: CassimaDay2 I'm sure Alexander is too. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_036_003 2012 0 CassimaLine36c D: Graham Does he ever talk about his own homeland to you? GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_045 2000 0 GrahamLine45 D: CassimaDay2 All the time... CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_037_000 842 0 CassimaLine37 D: CassimaDay2 I would love to visit your kingdom again after we get out of this mess... CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_037_001 4045 0 CassimaLine37b D: CassimaDay2 ...which I pray we do, King Graham. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_037_002 2078 0 CassimaLine37c D: CassimaDay2 Daventry is so lovely. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_037_003 2360 0 CassimaLine37d D: Graham I would be honored to welcome you there, Cassima. GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_046 2087 0 GrahamLine46 T: Valanice

0 0 0 13 D: Graham Why do you think my wife was acting the way she was, Cassima? GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_050 2389 0 GrahamLine50 D: CassimaDay2 I have no idea! CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_041_000 1161 0 CassimaLine41 D: CassimaDay2 She just started talking to herself and walking around, as if she couldn't hear us! CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_041_001 4899 0 CassimaLine41b D: CassimaDay2 I'm sure it's the tragedy that caused her to almost go mad. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_041_002 4068 0 CassimaLine41c D: Graham I don't understand. GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_051_000 1136 0 GrahamLine51 D: Graham Valanice could match me with something like this any day. GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_051_001 2707 0 GrahamLine51b D: Graham She's endured similar tragedies before. GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_051_002 2260 0 GrahamLine51c D: Graham As terrible as this is, I don't think this alone could have made her act in such a way. GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_051_003 4479 0 GrahamLine51d D: CassimaDay2 What do you think this "other thing" is then? CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_042 3219 0 CassimaLine42 D: Graham I don't know... GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_052_000 892 0 GrahamLine52 D: Graham ...but I don't have time to find out now. GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_052_001 2314 0 GrahamLine52b D: CassimaDay2 I will do my best to try to be by her side. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_044 2414 0 CassimaLine44 D: Graham Thank you, Cassima. GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_053 892 0 GrahamLine53 T: Goodbye

0 0 0 2 D: Graham I'd better leave you to your work. I'll try to stop by to listen to your speech. GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_054 3664 0 GrahamLine54 D: CassimaDay2 Thanks, King Graham. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_045 1468 0 CassimaLine45 C: Action - Use

12 T: Necklace Ep3 1

0 0 0 2 D: Graham Cassima? GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_002 480 0 GrahamNecklaceLine1 D: CassimaDay2 Yes? CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_002 871 0 CassimaNecklaceLine1 T: Necklace Ep3 2

0 0 0 10 D: Graham Is this your necklace? GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_003 1023 0 GrahamNecklaceLine2Ep3 D: CassimaDay2 Yes, it's a family heirloom... CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_003_000 2034 0 CassimaNecklaceLine2 D: CassimaDay2 Why? CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_003_002 960 0 CassimaNecklaceLine2c D: Graham May I please borrow it? GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_004 1185 0 GrahamNecklaceLine3 D: CassimaDay2 That necklace is very precious to my family... CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_004_000 2559 0 CassimaNecklaceLine3 D: CassimaDay2 It's for them, isn't it? CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_004_001 2739 0 CassimaNecklaceLine3b D: Graham Yes. GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_005 377 0 GrahamNecklaceLine4 D: CassimaDay2 Take it. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_005_000 1139 0 CassimaNecklaceLine4 D: CassimaDay2 Just... wake him... CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_005_001 3179 0 CassimaNecklaceLine4b D: CassimaDay2 Them up, please... CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_005_002 2909 0 CassimaNecklaceLine4c T: Shears

0 0 3 0 T: Alexander

0 0 0 5 D: Graham Cassima... GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_010_000 619 0 GrahamShearsLine1 D: Graham I need to cut a lock of Alexander's hair... GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_010_001 2090 0 GrahamShearsLine1b D: Graham It's hard to explain but... GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_010_002 1942 0 GrahamShearsLine1c D: CassimaDay2 Say no more. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_007_000 1277 0 CassimaShearsLine1 D: CassimaDay2 Just do what you have to do. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_007_001 2708 0 CassimaShearsLine1b T: Alexander second time

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham already has a lock of Alex's hair. He doesn't want to leave him bald! NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_104_000 4668 0

D: Narrator Although... with all that anime-hair, it may not make any difference. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_104_001 4623 0

T: ShearsWrong

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Hmm, this is the right idea, but this piece of Alexander's hair doesn't seem different or unusual at all. NARRATOR_3_IoC_CassimaBedroom_001_000 5818 0

D: Narrator Perhaps you need a bit of magic, Graham. NARRATOR_3_IoC_CassimaBedroom_001_001 2500 0

T: Pea

0 0 1 0 T: Rosella

0 0 3 0 T: During Morning

0 0 0 2 D: CassimaDay2 Is she alright? CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_006 1278 0 CassimaPeaLine1 D: Graham Yes, don't worry. GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_009 916 0 GrahamPeaLine1 T: Rosella starts moaning

0 0 0 2 D: CassimaDay2 Is she alright? CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_006 1278 0 CassimaPeaLine1 D: Graham Yes, don't worry. GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_009 916 0 GrahamPeaLine1 T: After Having Voice

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham, is it not enough for poor Rosella to be comatose that you also have to make her miserable? NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_110_000 6099 0

D: Narrator You already have what you need! NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_110_001 2444 0

T: SeashellNightshade

0 0 3 0 T: Rosella Voice

0 0 0 1 D: Rosella It's like we didn't know who we were... Our magic... This Prophecy... Rosella_didntknow 6873 0

T: Rosella is not moaning

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator That would be a great idea... if only she were saying something. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_108 4668 0

T: Already has voice

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham already has Rosella's voice stored in the seashell. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_103 3127 0

T: Not talked to Cassima

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Maybe Graham should talk to Cassima first. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_107 3699 0

T: Nightshade

0 0 0 1 D: Graham That should get me one of the spell ingredients, but I need a container to store Rosella's voice once the nightshade does it magic. Graham_3_IoC_CassimaBedroom_200 0 0

T: Candle

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator That's strange... the candle won't light. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_100 2642 0

T: CandleLit

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The candle's already lit! NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_101 1982 0

T: NotKnowing

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Why would Graham want to do that now? NARRATOR_General_008 3386 0

T: NecklaceEp3 SecondTime

0 0 0 3 D: CassimaDay2 Take it. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_005_000 1139 0 CassimaNecklaceLine4c D: CassimaDay2 Just... wake him... CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_005_001 3179 0 CassimaNecklaceLine4b D: CassimaDay2 Them up, please... CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_005_002 2909 0 CassimaNecklaceLine4c T: NightshadeDeadly

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The good news, you found the ingredient. DEATH MESSAGE_death_305_000 0 0

D: Narrator The bad news, you don't need it anymore because you killed your daughter. DEATH MESSAGE_death_305_001 0 0

C: Action - Talk

2 T: Rosella

0 0 0 1 D: Graham My little girl... I won't rest until you're safe and well. GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_100 3437 0

T: Alexander

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Alexander... I won't lose you to some madman's evil again! GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_101 3169 0


1 2 C: Action - Look

24 T: Global

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham can barely stand to be in this room. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_001_000 2550 0

D: Narrator Just the sight of Alexander and Rosella lying there so close to him, yet somehow so far away, tears at his heart. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_001_001 7489 0

T: Windows

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Cassima's nightingale, Sing Sing, sometimes comes to visit the Queen, perching at the edge of the window, offering her music to whomever should wish to listen. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_002 8278 0

T: Necklace

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator An incredibly beautiful and valuable necklace rests on the vanity. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_005 4447 0

T: Bed

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator This bed, normally fit for a king and his queen's nicest dreams, is today the setting for a disturbing nightmare. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_018 6590 0

T: Bookcase

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham would expect no less than at least one full bookshelf in his son's chambers. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_008_000 5070 0

T: ShelfItemFlute

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator A plain wooden flute lies on the shelf, evidence of Alexander's love of music. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_009_000 4829 0

T: Vanity

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator A brass vanity provides Cassima with the means to enjoy a princess' toilette. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_010 5461 0

T: Wardrobe

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator This must be where Alexander and Cassima keep some of their clothes. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_026_000 3741 0

T: Fireplace

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator It's very hot in here (so get down on the floor). NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_030 5826 0

T: CassimaDay2

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Cassima is concentrating on her work. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_012_000 2176 0

D: Narrator Graham is pleased to see this, as he knows the pain that must be going through her heart. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_012_001 4770 0

D: Narrator He knows well how focusing on a task can ease that pain, if only for a time. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_012_002 5442 0

T: Table

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator A lovely little table stands beside the bed. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_003_000 2595 0

T: Alexander

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator A long time ago, before Alexander was born, Graham read a book of a man who journeyed for years in search of his purpose and fighting against an inherent darkness that struggled to overcome him. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_020_000 10903 0

D: Narrator The protagonist's name was Alexander. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_020_001 3314 200

D: Narrator It was so compelling that it led Graham to name his son after that character, and he desperately hopes now that Alexander is as fortunate in his struggles as the one in the story... NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_020_002 10481 0

T: Rosella

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator Graham has never seen Rosella lying so still for such a long period of time. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_022_000 5134 0

D: Narrator He cannot help looking at his little girl's golden locks with tenderness, a few strands fallen across her face, her mischief-filled eyes shut to the world, and her voice so silent, the lands all the poorer for being deprived of her laughter. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_022_001 14630 0

D: Narrator For a moment, it's too much for the King, and he feels his legs struggle to hold him up, his will gone and his heart filled with only despair. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_022_002 8225 100

D: Narrator But he perseveres, knowing his little girl needs him now more than ever, and Graham is determined to rescue her. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_022_003 8305 0

T: WindowsAbove

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The light from the windows brightens the sad room, illuminating everything below in its golden shadow. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_032_000 5931 0

T: Pillows

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The cushions on the floor invite guests to sit down and take a cup of tea, as is the tradition of Cassima's family and culture. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_033 7289 0

T: Chest

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Ah, this is Alexander's old chest. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_036_000 3364 0

D: Narrator It used to be Graham's and it was given to him by his father, who had it from his father, and so on for many generations. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_036_001 7114 0

T: BookcaseMiddleShelf

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Alexander keeps old mementos from his first visit to the Green Isles here. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_038_000 4491 0

D: Narrator He told his father that he used to exchange them with Hakim, the Pawn Shop owner, but once he settled down, he went back to the shop and bought them all to remind him of how he came to rescue and marry his true love. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_038_001 12725 0

T: ShelfItemRabbitsFoot

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator This peculiar knick-knack is a rabbit's foot. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_039_000 2886 0

D: Narrator It's supposed to be lucky, though Graham can't help imagining that the rabbit didn't think so. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_039_001 5418 0

T: ShelfItemNightingale

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator A mechanical nightingale... NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_040_000 1603 0

D: Narrator How enchanting! NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_040_001 1292 0

T: ShelfItemLantern

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator This one could come in handy, but Graham feels guilty about taking Alexander's belongings when he could find something on his own that would work just as well. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_041 9585 0

T: Mirror

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham gazes at himself in the mirror. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_010_001 2061 0

D: Narrator There's more gray hair than the last time he checked. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_010_002 2991 0

T: Stool

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator A little stool sits next to the vanity. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_102 2554 0

T: ShelfItemPaintBrush

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator When Graham is in need of painting himself a door to somewhere, he can come back to get this. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_112 5328 0

T: Distressed

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham certainly doesn't enjoy doing this any more than Rosella, but hopefully it will help her in the end. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_111 6825 0

C: Action - Hand

16 T: Flute

0 0 0 4 D: Graham Cassima, would you mind if I borrowed Alexander's flute? GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_001_000 3582 0 GrahamFluteLine1 D: Graham It may come in handy in my quest to wake him and his sister. GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_001_001 2748 0 GrahamFluteLine2 D: CassimaDay2 Well, the flute is Alexander's, and I'm sure he would approve if I gave my permission. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_001_000 6684 0 CassimaFluteLine1 D: CassimaDay2 Take it... if you think it might help him. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_001_001 3932 0 CassimaFluteLine2 T: Necklace

0 0 0 14 D: Graham Cassima? GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_002 480 0 GrahamNecklaceLine1 D: CassimaDay2 Yes? CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_002 871 0 CassimaNecklaceLine1 D: Graham Is this your necklace? GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_003 1023 0 GrahamNecklaceLine2 D: CassimaDay2 Yes, it's a family heirloom... CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_003_000 2034 0 CassimaNecklaceLine2 D: CassimaDay2 I was thinking of wearing it for the wedding, but I forgot... CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_003_001 4041 0 CassimaNecklaceLine2b D: CassimaDay2 Why? CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_003_002 960 0 CassimaNecklaceLine2c D: Graham May I please borrow it? GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_004 1185 0 GrahamNecklaceLine3 D: CassimaDay2 That necklace is very precious to my family... CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_004_000 2559 0 CassimaNecklaceLine3 D: CassimaDay2 It's for them, isn't it? CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_004_001 2739 0 CassimaNecklaceLine3b D: Graham Yes. GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_005 377 0 GrahamNecklaceLine4 D: CassimaDay2 Take it. CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_005_000 1139 0 CassimaNecklaceLine4 D: CassimaDay2 Just... wake him... CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_005_001 3179 0 CassimaNecklaceLine4b D: CassimaDay2 Them up, please... CASSIMA_2_IoC_cassimaroom_005_002 2909 0 CassimaNecklaceLine4c D: Graham Thank you, Cassima. GRAHAM_2_IoC_cassimaroom_006 859 0 GrahamNecklaceLine5 T: Windows

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The room already feels overly warm to Graham, and he has no desire to make it worse by closing the window! NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_015 6559 0

T: Table - Cassima Working

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Given the events of yesterday, Cassima probably has enough trouble keeping her concentration right now without Graham trying to distract her further. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_016 7778 0

T: Table - Cassima Away

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Cassima has been generous enough already in granting Graham one of her most valuable treasures, her family heirloom. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_017_000 6685 0

D: Narrator Graham decides to respect her privacy and leave her things alone. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_017_001 4257 0

T: Bed

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Whereas when they were two little babies, Graham could rock the twins to sleep in their cradle and know they would wake him the next morning, or even in the middle of the night, that remains just a memory now. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_019_000 10810 0

D: Narrator Graham longs for such certainty of his children's awakening. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_019_001 3464 0

T: Alexander

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham takes his son's hand in his own and mumbles some words of comfort, in the hope that Alexander can hear them. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_021 6166 0

T: Rosella

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham brushes Rosella's beautiful golden hair from her eyes, and hopes that very soon she will be able to do so herself again, laughing and running in the open, the wind tossing those locks about her playfully. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_023 11488 0

T: Bookcase

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator As much as Graham would love to browse these titles and discuss them with Alexander, there's no time for the former just now, and the latter is currently quite impossible. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_024 10245 0

T: Vanity

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Stop being so nosy, Graham. That's Cassima's private vanity. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_025 5358 0

T: Wardrobe

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Searching through Cassima's and Alexander's wardrobe will not help matters, Graham. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_027 5285 0

T: Fireplace

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator It's already warm enough in here. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_031_000 2072 0

D: Narrator Graham feels no need to move any closer to the fire! NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_031_001 3426 0

T: Pillows

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator They are soft to the touch, and very comfortable. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_034_000 2972 0

T: Chest

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Looking closely, Graham finds the same old scratches and scuffs as it once had, plus a couple of new ones. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_037_000 6733 0

T: Any item but Flute

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Unless there's a very good reason for Graham to use any of these items, Graham prefers to leave his son's belongings alone. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_042 8101 0

T: FluteAfternoon

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham feels a little guilty about taking his son's personal things without his or his wife's permission, but he knows they would not mind if they knew he was taking it to aid him in his quest. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_106 11668 0


1 5 C: Action - Look

7 T: Global

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator The Castle of the Crown stands before Graham in all its glory. NARRATOR_2_IoC_castlegates_001_000 3427 0

D: Narrator Its walls gleam brilliantly in the sunlight. NARRATOR_2_IoC_castlegates_001_001 2714 0

D: Narrator Graham can see the guard has been reinforced. NARRATOR_2_IoC_castlegates_001_002 2918 0

T: Guards

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The guards stand at their post, watchful and proud. NARRATOR_2_IoC_castlegates_002 3631 0

T: GuardHut

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Alexander told Graham, on his first fateful, and dangerous, visit to the isles, he almost used this hut to disguise himself as a serving woman to infiltrate the castle. NARRATOR_1_IoC_castlegates_004_000 10118 0

D: Narrator Luckily, his path ended up taking him to the Isle of the Mists and beyond, and he was able to bring Cassima's parents back to her, among other things. NARRATOR_1_IoC_castlegates_004_001 9058 0

D: Narrator The words of the Oracle guided him, Alexander said. NARRATOR_1_IoC_castlegates_004_002 3754 0

T: Path

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator That path leads to the main crossroads of the Isle of the Crown. NARRATOR_1_IoC_castlegates_005 3897 0

T: EntranceDoors

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The heavy doors are unlocked, but the guard dogs' presence is a guarantee that no unwanted guests shall enter the castle. NARRATOR_2_IoC_castlegates_005 6712 0

T: Rocks

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator The rocks stand solemnly, just as any rock would. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_011_000 3296 0

D: Narrator Graham can't help but wonder what they've seen, and what they would say, if they could speak. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_011_001 5095 0

D: Narrator Did the stranger pass this way? NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_011_002 2296 0

T: Bush

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham saw Valanice admiring these bushes a couple of days ago. NARRATOR_1_IoC_castlegates_007_000 3733 0

D: Narrator She must miss her roses back in Daventry. NARRATOR_1_IoC_castlegates_007_001 2734 0

C: Guards

2 T: Guard01

0 0 0 2 D: Graham Greetings. GRAHAM_2_IoC_castlegates_004 583 0 GrahamLine9Guard02 D: GuardDog02 Greetings, Your Majesty. GUARD1_2_IoC_castlegates_003 1719 0 GuardGreetingLine1 T: Guard02

0 0 0 2 D: Graham Greetings. GRAHAM_2_IoC_castlegates_004 583 0 GrahamLine9Guard05 D: GuardDog05 Bonjour votre majeste. GUARD2_2_IoC_castlegates_001 1421 0 GuardGreetingLine2 C: Cutscene

4 T: First Entrance

0 0 0 8 D: GuardDog02 What? Oh... welcome back, Sire! GUARD1_2_IoC_castlegates_001_000 2651 0 GuardDog02Line1 D: GuardDog02 That was one monster of a storm last night. GUARD1_2_IoC_castlegates_001_001 2618 0 GuardDog02Line1b D: GuardDog02 Thank goodness you made it back alive. GUARD1_2_IoC_castlegates_001_002 2330 0 GuardDog02Line1c D: GuardDog02 You'd better get inside quickly. GUARD1_2_IoC_castlegates_001_003 2225 0 GuardDog02Line1d D: Graham Inside? Why? GRAHAM_2_IoC_castlegates_002 918 0 GrahamLine2 D: GuardDog02 It's... well, I'd better not say it where someone might be listening. GUARD1_2_IoC_castlegates_002_000 4326 0 GuardDog02Line2 D: GuardDog02 Captain Saladin would be a better person to ask anyhow. GUARD1_2_IoC_castlegates_002_001 3404 0 GuardDog02Line2b D: Graham Thank you. GRAHAM_2_IoC_castlegates_003 541 0 GrahamLine3 T: First Entrance Part 1b

0 0 0 4 D: GuardDog02 What? Oh... welcome back, Sire! GUARD1_2_IoC_castlegates_001_000 2651 0 GuardDog02Line1 D: GuardDog02 That was one monster of a storm last night. GUARD1_2_IoC_castlegates_001_001 2618 0 GuardDog02Line1a D: GuardDog02 Thank goodness you made it back alive. GUARD1_2_IoC_castlegates_001_002 2330 0 GuardDog02Line1b D: Graham Thank you. GRAHAM_2_IoC_castlegates_003 541 0 GrahamLine3 T: First Entrance Part 2

0 0 0 5 D: GuardDog02 Greetings, Your Majesty. GUARD1_2_IoC_castlegates_003 1719 0 GuardDog02Line1c D: GuardDog02 You'd better get inside quickly. GUARD1_2_IoC_castlegates_001_003 2225 0 GuardDog02Line1d D: Graham Inside? Why? GRAHAM_2_IoC_castlegates_002 918 0 GrahamLine2 D: GuardDog02 It's... well, I'd better not say it where someone might be listening. GUARD1_2_IoC_castlegates_002_000 4326 0 GuardDog02Line2 D: GuardDog02 Captain Saladin would be a better person to ask anyhow. GUARD1_2_IoC_castlegates_002_001 3404 0 GuardDog02Line2b T: First Entrance Part 1

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Nice to see you again, Guard. GRAHAM_2_IoC_castlegates_001 1337 0 GrahamLine1 C: Action - Hand

2 T: Rocks

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator They are rough to the touch, and speak only silence. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_012 4001 0

T: Bush

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham would hardly know how to begin tending for the bushes, aside from not having the time to do so. NARRATOR_2_IoC_docks_016_000 6066 0

D: Narrator Valanice has always been the one who loved gardening. NARRATOR_2_IoC_docks_016_001 3525 0

C: Guard Dogs

2 T: Dogs Talk 1 BGSpeech 0 0 0 15 D: GuardDog02 I feel awful, GUARD1_2_IoC_castlegates_004_000 1419 250 BGSpeech_GuardDog02Line1a D: GuardDog02 what with someone gettin' in to the weddin'... GUARD1_2_IoC_castlegates_004_001 2601 250 BGSpeech_GuardDog02Line1b D: GuardDog02 and what they did to the King and his sister... GUARD1_2_IoC_castlegates_004_002 2601 500 BGSpeech_GuardDog02Line1c D: GuardDog05 Can't do much against dark magic like that. GUARD2_2_IoC_castlegates_002_000 2222 300 BGSpeech_GuardDog05Line1a D: GuardDog05 No one saw him come in. GUARD2_2_IoC_castlegates_002_001 1423 200 BGSpeech_GuardDog05Line1b D: GuardDog05 He was just there. GUARD2_2_IoC_castlegates_002_002 1242 300 BGSpeech_GuardDog05Line1c D: GuardDog05 Don't beat yourself over it! GUARD2_2_IoC_castlegates_002_003 1295 200 BGSpeech_GuardDog05Line1d D: GuardDog05 Just keep standing guard now. It's all we can do. GUARD2_2_IoC_castlegates_002_004 1241 650 BGSpeech_GuardDog05Line1e D: GuardDog02 I know, I know, but... arrr... GUARD1_2_IoC_castlegates_005_000 1769 600 BGSpeech_GuardDog02Line2a D: GuardDog02 I know, I know, but... arrr.. GUARD1_2_IoC_castlegates_005_001 835 500 BGSpeech_GuardDog02Line2b D: GuardDog02 If I had just one minute with that creep, I'd tell ya, he'd be sorry then. GUARD1_2_IoC_castlegates_005_002 4833 500 BGSpeech_GuardDog02Line2c D: GuardDog05 Yeah. GUARD2_2_IoC_castlegates_003b_000 579 200 BGSpeech_GuardDog05Line2a D: GuardDog05 Sorry he hadn't put you asleep to escape your barking! GUARD2_2_IoC_castlegates_003b_001 2520 500 BGSpeech_GuardDog05Line2b D: GuardDog05 Now hush up, we got a post to keep here. GUARD2_2_IoC_castlegates_003b_002 1273 200 BGSpeech_GuardDog05Line2c D: GuardDog05 Now hush up, we got a post to keep here. GUARD2_2_IoC_castlegates_003b_003 778 0 BGSpeech_GuardDog05Line2d T: Dogs Talk 2 BGSpeech 0 0 0 10 D: GuardDog02 I don't feel right, going on a break when there's such terrible things about. GUARD1_2_IoC_castlegates_006 4171 0 BGSpeech_GuardDog02Line3 D: GuardDog05 I know, I know. GUARD2_2_IoC_castlegates_004_000 1161 300 BGSpeech_GuardDog05Line3a D: GuardDog05 Feels like we oughta be doing something, helping the King! GUARD2_2_IoC_castlegates_004_001 2479 200 BGSpeech_GuardDog05Line3b D: GuardDog02 Doing some kind of work, GUARD1_2_IoC_castlegates_007_000 1673 250 BGSpeech_GuardDog02Line4a D: GuardDog02 keep ourselves busy, anyhow. GUARD1_2_IoC_castlegates_007_001 1910 250 BGSpeech_GuardDog02Line4b D: GuardDog02 Take our minds off of it all. GUARD1_2_IoC_castlegates_007_002 1858 250 BGSpeech_GuardDog02Line4c D: GuardDog05 Maybe we oughta just stay on duty. Help out some more. GUARD2_2_IoC_castlegates_005_000 3237 200 BGSpeech_GuardDog05Line4a D: GuardDog05 We'll all rest easier when the King's well again! GUARD2_2_IoC_castlegates_005_001 2089 0 BGSpeech_GuardDog05Line4b D: GuardDog02 And it'll keep us from being scared witless, too! GUARD1_2_IoC_castlegates_008 2630 500 BGSpeech_GuardDog02Line5 D: GuardDog05 And you call yourself a guard dog! GUARD2_2_IoC_castlegates_006 2042 0 BGSpeech_GuardDog05Line5

1 2 C: Cutscene

2 T: First Entrance Part 2a

0 0 0 2 D: GuardDog02 Greetings, Your Majesty. GUARD1_2_IoC_castlegates_003 1719 0 GuardDog02Line1c D: GuardDog02 You'd better get inside quickly. GUARD1_2_IoC_castlegates_001_003 2225 0 GuardDog02Line1d T: First Entrance Part 2b

0 0 0 3 D: Graham Inside? Why? GRAHAM_2_IoC_castlegates_002 918 0 GrahamLine2 D: GuardDog02 It's... well, I'd better not say it where someone might be listening. GUARD1_2_IoC_castlegates_002_000 4326 0 GuardDog02Line2 D: GuardDog02 Captain Saladin would be a better person to ask anyhow. GUARD1_2_IoC_castlegates_002_001 3404 0 GuardDog02Line2b C: Dream

9 T: Graham Arrives

0 0 0 1 D: Graham What!? GRAHAM_what 409 0 AlexGrahamLine1 T: Graham Arrives - Part 2

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Alexander... Alexander, son! GRAHAM_2_IoC_CastleEntrance_300 3070 0 AlexGrahamLine2 T: Alex Yells

0 0 0 1 D: AlexanderWedding Cassima! ALEX_2_IoC_CastleEntranceDream_003 1715 0 AlexLine1222 T: Manannan Appears

0 0 0 1 D: Manannan Hello, Gwydion. Manannan_2_IoC_CastleEntranceDream_001_000 1661 0 ManannanLine12222 T: Alex Turns

0 0 0 1 D: AlexanderWedding Manannan? Alexander_2_IoC_CastleEntranceDream_100_000 720 0 AlexLine22222 T: Alex Confrontation

0 0 0 25 D: AlexanderWedding But...That's.... That's imposs--it can't... Alexander_2_IoC_CastleEntranceDream_100_001 4912 0 AlexLine3 D: AlexanderWedding This is a dream, this is all a dream! Alexander_2_IoC_CastleEntranceDream_100_002 2556 0 AlexLine3b D: Manannan I've been looking for you for a long time, Gwydion. Manannan_2_IoC_CastleEntranceDream_002_000 3646 0 ManannanLine2 D: AlexanderWedding My name is Alexander. Alexander_2_IoC_CastleEntranceDream_101_000 2577 0 AlexLine4 D: Manannan You disappointed me. Manannan_2_IoC_CastleEntranceDream_003_001 1522 0 ManannanLine3 D: Manannan Why did you run away? Manannan_2_IoC_CastleEntranceDream_003_002 2145 0 ManannanLine3b D: Manannan You were like a son to me. Manannan_2_IoC_CastleEntranceDream_003_003 2070 0 ManannanLine3c D: AlexanderWedding A son? Alexander_2_IoC_CastleEntranceDream_102_000 1094 200 AlexLine5 D: AlexanderWedding I was your slave! Alexander_2_IoC_CastleEntranceDream_102_001 2051 500 AlexLine5b D: AlexanderWedding You took me from my family and stole the life that belonged to me! Alexander_2_IoC_CastleEntranceDream_102_002 4507 0 AlexLine5c D: Manannan I gave you an education and you would have grown to take my place. Manannan_2_IoC_CastleEntranceDream_004_000 4888 0 ManannanLine4 D: AlexanderWedding Your place? Alexander_2_IoC_CastleEntranceDream_103_000 1060 0 AlexLine6 D: AlexanderWedding Six feet under ground? Alexander_2_IoC_CastleEntranceDream_103_001 2390 0 AlexLine6b D: AlexanderWedding Yes, I know what you did to the other boys when they turned eighteen... Alexander_2_IoC_CastleEntranceDream_103_002 4575 0 AlexLine7 D: AlexanderWedding ...you murderer! Alexander_2_IoC_CastleEntranceDream_103_003 2075 500 AlexLine7b D: AlexanderWedding You were going to do the same to me had I not escaped! Alexander_2_IoC_CastleEntranceDream_103_005 3865 0 AlexLine7c D: Manannan Again, you disappoint me. Manannan_2_IoC_CastleEntranceDream_005_000 2130 0 ManannanLine5 D: Manannan I had such plans for you. Manannan_2_IoC_CastleEntranceDream_005_001 2782 0 ManannanLine5b D: AlexanderWedding You are not real! Alexander_2_IoC_CastleEntranceDream_104_000 1767 0 AlexLine8 D: AlexanderWedding None of this is real! Alexander_2_IoC_CastleEntranceDream_104_001 1684 0 AlexLine8b D: Manannan Oh, but I am quite real my boy. Manannan_2_IoC_CastleEntranceDream_006_000 2475 0 ManannanLine6 D: Manannan As real as this place is. Look around you. This place exists because of you. I walk these lands because of your power. Manannan_2_IoC_CastleEntranceDream_006_001 10639 0 ManannanLine6b D: Manannan Such an amazing power inside your mind and your sister's.... You truly are the children of prophecy, my son. Manannan_2_IoC_CastleEntranceDream_006_002 9226 0 ManannanLine7 D: AlexanderWedding Don't you dare call me that! Alexander_2_IoC_CastleEntranceDream_105_000 1944 0 AlexLine9 D: Manannan Your disobedience shall be punished. Manannan_2_IoC_CastleEntranceDream_007_000 2981 0 ManannanLine8 T: Alex Threatened

0 0 0 1 D: AlexanderWedding No, no... Alexander_2_IoC_CastleEntranceDream_106_000 2022 0 AlexLine10 T: Alex Attacked

0 0 0 1 D: AlexanderWedding NOOOOOOOOO! Alexander_2_IoC_CastleEntranceDream_106_001 5238 0 AlexLine12 T: Graham Exits

0 0 0 3 D: Graham What was that? GRAHAM_IoC_Castlegates_300_000 992 0 AlexGrahamLine3 D: Graham Alexander, and Manannan? GRAHAM_IoC_Castlegates_300_001 2790 0 AlexGrahamLine4 D: Graham This doesn't make any sense! GRAHAM_IoC_Castlegates_300_002 2214 0 AlexGrahamLine5

1 2 C: Action - Look

7 T: Global

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The Castle of the Crown stands before Graham in all its glory. NARRATOR_2_IoC_castlegates_001_000 3427 0

D: Narrator Graham can see the guard has been reinforced. NARRATOR_2_IoC_castlegates_001_002 2918 0

T: Guards

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The guards stand at their post, watchful and proud. NARRATOR_2_IoC_castlegates_002 3631 0

T: GuardHut

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Alexander told Graham, on his first fateful, and dangerous, visit to the isles, he almost used this hut to disguise himself as a serving woman to infiltrate the castle. NARRATOR_1_IoC_castlegates_004_000 10118 0

D: Narrator Luckily, his path ended up taking him to the Isle of the Mists and beyond, and he was able to bring Cassima's parents back to her, among other things. NARRATOR_1_IoC_castlegates_004_001 9058 0

T: Path

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator That path leads to the main crossroads of the Isle of the Crown. NARRATOR_1_IoC_castlegates_005 3897 0

T: EntranceDoors

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The heavy doors are unlocked, but the guard dogs' presence is a guarantee that no unwanted guests shall enter the castle. NARRATOR_2_IoC_castlegates_005 6712 0

T: Rocks

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The rocks stand solemnly, just as any rock would. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_011_000 3296 0

T: Bush

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham saw Valanice admiring these bushes a couple of days ago. NARRATOR_1_IoC_castlegates_007_000 3733 0

C: Action - Hand

2 T: Rocks

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator They are rough to the touch, and speak only silence. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_012 4001 0

T: Bush

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham would hardly know how to begin tending for the bushes, aside from not having the time to do so. NARRATOR_2_IoC_docks_016_000 6066 0

D: Narrator Valanice has always been the one who loved gardening. NARRATOR_2_IoC_docks_016_001 3525 0


1 3 C: Action - Look

7 T: Global

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The Castle of the Crown stands solemnly in the pouring rain, its stone walls darkened by the weather. NARRATOR_1_IoC_castlegates_001_000 5325 0

D: Narrator Usually a welcoming sight, the shadows cast by the inclement weather have made it into a place of dark corners and sad mysteries. NARRATOR_1_IoC_castlegates_001_001 8180 0

T: Guard

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The guard dog, though gruff in appearance, looks lonely and sad. NARRATOR_1_IoC_castlegates_003_000 4080 0

D: Narrator Graham can easily imagine why. NARRATOR_1_IoC_castlegates_003_001 2244 0

T: GuardHut

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Alexander told Graham, on his first fateful, and dangerous, visit to the Isles, he almost used this hut to disguise himself as a serving woman to infiltrate the castle. NARRATOR_1_IoC_castlegates_004_000 10118 0

D: Narrator Luckily, his path ended up taking him to the Isle of the Mists and beyond, and he was able to bring Cassima's parents back to her, among other things. NARRATOR_1_IoC_castlegates_004_001 9058 0

D: Narrator The words of the Oracle guided him, Alexander said. NARRATOR_1_IoC_castlegates_004_002 3754 0

T: Path

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator That path leads to the main crossroads of the Isle of the Crown. NARRATOR_1_IoC_castlegates_005 3897 0

T: EntranceDoors

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The heavy doors are unlocked, but the guard dog's presence is a guarantee that no one, but members of the royal family or wedding guests, is allowed within the castle walls. NARRATOR_1_IoC_castlegates_006 9606 0

T: Rocks

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator The rocks stand solemnly, just as any rock would. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_011_000 3296 0

D: Narrator Graham can't help but wonder what they've seen, and what they would say, if they could speak. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_011_001 5095 0

D: Narrator Did the stranger pass this way? NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_011_002 2296 0

T: Bush

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham saw Valanice admiring these bushes a couple of days ago. NARRATOR_1_IoC_castlegates_007_000 3733 0

D: Narrator She must miss her roses back in Daventry. NARRATOR_1_IoC_castlegates_007_001 2734 0

C: Guard

3 T: First Time

0 0 0 20 D: Graham Greetings, guard. GRAHAM_1_IoC_castlegates_001 900 0 GrahamLine1 D: GuardDog03 Eh? GUARD_1_IoC_castlegates_001_000 414 0 GuardLine1 D: GuardDog03 Oh, yes. GUARD_1_IoC_castlegates_001_001 840 0 GuardLine1b D: GuardDog03 Good day. GUARD_1_IoC_castlegates_001_002 1800 0 GuardLine1c D: GuardDog03 How is the King, Sire? GUARD_1_IoC_castlegates_001_003 1120 0 GuardLine1d D: Graham No worse and no better, I'm afraid. GRAHAM_1_IoC_castlegates_002_000 2387 0 GrahamLine2 D: Graham But I'm going off to seek help. GRAHAM_1_IoC_castlegates_002_001 1400 0 GrahamLine2b D: GuardDog03 Is that true? GUARD_1_IoC_castlegates_002_000 1040 0 GuardLine2 D: GuardDog03 Well, I wish you luck. GUARD_1_IoC_castlegates_002_001 1574 0 GuardLine2b D: GuardDog03 And if you track down that fiend who has committed such a dastardly crime, GUARD_1_IoC_castlegates_002_002 1814 0 GuardLine2c D: GuardDog03 And if you track down that fiend who has committed such a dastardly crime, GUARD_1_IoC_castlegates_002_003 2120 0 GuardLine2d D: GuardDog03 be sure that he gets his just desserts! GUARD_1_IoC_castlegates_002_004 2134 0 GuardLine2e D: Graham Calm down, my canine friend. GRAHAM_1_IoC_castlegates_003_000 1560 500 GrahamLine3 D: Graham What's most important is the safety of the King and his sister. GRAHAM_1_IoC_castlegates_003_001 2840 0 GrahamLine3b D: GuardDog03 Uh... right. GUARD_1_IoC_castlegates_003_000 480 0 GuardLine3 D: GuardDog03 Uh... right. GUARD_1_IoC_castlegates_003_001 694 0 GuardLine3b D: GuardDog03 Right, Sire. GUARD_1_IoC_castlegates_003_002 1000 0 GuardLine3c D: GuardDog03 You're absolutely right. GUARD_1_IoC_castlegates_003_003 1414 0 GuardLine3d D: GuardDog03 Just do whatever's possible to help my King, and we will all be more than grateful. GUARD_1_IoC_castlegates_003_004 2627 0 GuardLine3e D: GuardDog03 Just do whatever's possible to help my King, and we will all be more than grateful. GUARD_1_IoC_castlegates_003_005 1867 0 GuardLine3f T: Second Time

0 0 0 16 D: Graham Tell me, guard dog, GRAHAM_1_IoC_castlegates_004_000 1214 0 GrahamLine4 D: Graham why is it that you are the only one on duty at the front gates? GRAHAM_1_IoC_castlegates_004_001 2920 0 GrahamLine4b D: Graham It seems a bit odd, given the day's events. GRAHAM_1_IoC_castlegates_004_002 2254 0 GrahamLine4d D: GuardDog03 The other guards are securing the island and the smaller entrances of the castle, Sire, GUARD_1_IoC_castlegates_004_000 1947 0 GuardLine4 D: GuardDog03 The other guards are securing the island and the smaller entrances of the castle, Sire, GUARD_1_IoC_castlegates_004_001 2547 0 GuardLine4b D: GuardDog03 and have entrusted me to this post. GUARD_1_IoC_castlegates_004_002 2240 0 GuardLine4c D: GuardDog03 We figure that if that stranger could appear in the gardens like that, GUARD_1_IoC_castlegates_004_003 1107 0 GuardLine4d D: GuardDog03 We figure that if that stranger could appear in the gardens like that, GUARD_1_IoC_castlegates_004_004 2800 0 GuardLine4e D: GuardDog03 he's not likely to use something as obvious as the front door, or the garden doors if he comes by a second time. GUARD_1_IoC_castlegates_004_005 2934 0 GuardLine4f D: GuardDog03 he's not likely to use something as obvious as the front door, or the garden doors if he comes by a second time. GUARD_1_IoC_castlegates_004_006 3014 0 GuardLine4g D: GuardDog03 The quieter entrances are being guarded with more numbers right now. GUARD_1_IoC_castlegates_004_007 1507 0 GuardLine4h D: GuardDog03 The quieter entrances are being guarded with more numbers right now. GUARD_1_IoC_castlegates_004_008 2334 0 GuardLine4i D: GuardDog03 But no enemy of the Crown shall pass, as long as I stand here! GUARD_1_IoC_castlegates_004_009 2294 0 GuardLine4j D: GuardDog03 But no enemy of the Crown shall pass, as long as I stand here! GUARD_1_IoC_castlegates_004_010 1667 0 GuardLine4k D: GuardDog03 GRRRRR!! GUARD_1_IoC_castlegates_004_011 1120 0 GuardLine4l D: Graham It's good to know my children are in good hands. GRAHAM_1_IoC_castlegates_005 2304 0 GrahamLine5 T: Third Time

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham has more important duties than chit-chatting. NARRATOR_1_IoC_fl2north_005 3327 0

C: Action - Hand

2 T: Rocks

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator They are rough to the touch, and speak only silence. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_012 4001 0

T: Bush

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham would hardly know how to begin tending for the bushes, aside from not having the time to do so. NARRATOR_2_IoC_docks_016_000 6066 0

D: Narrator Valanice has always been the one who loved gardening. NARRATOR_2_IoC_docks_016_001 3525 0


1 2 C: Action - Look

7 T: Global

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The Castle of the Crown stands solemnly in the pouring rain, its stone walls darkened by the weather. NARRATOR_1_IoC_castlegates_001_000 5325 0

D: Narrator Usually a welcoming sight, the shadows cast by the inclement weather have made it into a place of dark corners and sad mysteries. NARRATOR_1_IoC_castlegates_001_001 8180 0

T: Guard

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The guard dog, though gruff in appearance, looks lonely and sad. NARRATOR_1_IoC_castlegates_003_000 4080 0

D: Narrator Graham can easily imagine why. NARRATOR_1_IoC_castlegates_003_001 2244 0

T: GuardHut

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Alexander told Graham, on his first fateful, and dangerous, visit to the Isles, he almost used this hut to disguise himself as a serving woman to infiltrate the castle. NARRATOR_1_IoC_castlegates_004_000 10118 0

T: Path

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator That path leads to the main crossroads of the Isle of the Crown. NARRATOR_1_IoC_castlegates_005 3897 0

T: EntranceDoors

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The heavy doors are unlocked, but the guard dog's presence is a guarantee that no one, but members of the royal family or wedding guests, is allowed within the castle walls. NARRATOR_1_IoC_castlegates_006 9606 0

T: Rocks

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The rocks stand solemnly, just as any rock would. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_011_000 3296 0

T: Bush

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham saw Valanice admiring these bushes a couple of days ago. NARRATOR_1_IoC_castlegates_007_000 3733 0

C: Action - Hand

2 T: Rocks

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator They are rough to the touch, and speak only silence. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_012 4001 0

T: Bush

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham would hardly know how to begin tending for the bushes, aside from not having the time to do so. NARRATOR_2_IoC_docks_016_000 6066 0

D: Narrator Valanice has always been the one who loved gardening. NARRATOR_2_IoC_docks_016_001 3525 0


1 4 C: Action - Look

12 T: Global

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Having seen Queen Cassima here on more than one occasion since his arrival, Graham already knows this is one of her favorite places. NARRATOR_2_IoC_crossroads_001_000 7642 0

D: Narrator It's not hard to see why-from the crossroads here, the village, the castle and the beach are all within view and nicely framed by the bush, and the soft ground at the base of the tree is an inviting spot to sit and think or read or just enjoy the beauty of the Isle of the Crown. NARRATOR_2_IoC_crossroads_001_001 16343 0

T: BeachPath

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The path ahead here leads to the beach, and it is blocked by the fallen tree that almost killed Graham last night. NARRATOR_2_IoC_crossroads_009_000 5909 0

D: Narrator But the king has more pressing matters to attend to, and this is no time to take a stroll along the water's edge. NARRATOR_2_IoC_crossroads_009_001 7079 0

T: SingSing

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Now that's odd. NARRATOR_2_IoC_crossroads_004_000 1648 0

D: Narrator Graham could have sworn that nest was occupied with cheeping newborn birds just yesterday when he came by here. NARRATOR_2_IoC_crossroads_004_001 6323 0

D: Narrator Now, there are only unbroken eggs, as though the birds had never hatched at all. How strange... NARRATOR_2_IoC_crossroads_004_002 6659 0

T: Castle

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator Seen up close or from afar, the Castle of the Crown is still an impressive site. NARRATOR_2_IoC_crossroads_005_000 4555 0

D: Narrator From here, Graham can see the parapets and the long sturdy walls of his son's home, and just barely make out the guard dogs patrolling it. NARRATOR_2_IoC_crossroads_005_001 7950 0

D: Narrator And yet for all its defenses, that mysterious and sinister man was able to enter and bewitch his children yesterday, NARRATOR_2_IoC_crossroads_005_002 7433 0

D: Narrator an unwelcome reminder that evil is everywhere, and one can never truly be safe from it. NARRATOR_2_IoC_crossroads_005_003 6106 0

T: Village

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The main square of the town is visible in the distance. NARRATOR_2_IoC_crossroads_006_000 3087 0

D: Narrator Usually busy with foot traffic, vendors and townsfolk, today it is much quieter as the citizens of the isle mourn for their king and his sister, and fear what may befall them if they wander too far from home. NARRATOR_2_IoC_crossroads_006_001 13578 0

T: Path

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator This humble dirt path leads northwest to the town and northeast to the Castle of the Crown. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_003_000 5275 0

D: Narrator Both paths are well-worn from frequent use. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_003_001 3234 0

T: BigTree

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator A large oak tree spreads its shading branches out over both paths here at the crossroads, offering a respite from the heat of the sun to a weary traveler, and a home to birds and other woodland creatures on the island. NARRATOR_2_IoC_crossroads_003 12385 0

T: Flowers

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham has seen Cassima caring for the flowers here before. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_010_000 3207 0

D: Narrator The Queen sometimes spends hours at this place, listening to Sing Sing, spending time with Jollo, or just sitting under the shade of the tree, reading a book. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_010_001 9238 0

T: Rocks

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator The rocks stand solemnly, just as any rock would. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_011_000 3296 0

D: Narrator Graham can't help but wonder what they've seen, and what they would say, if they could speak. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_011_001 5095 0

D: Narrator Did the stranger pass this way? NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_011_002 2296 0

T: SingSingChicks

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator It looks like Cassima's nightingale, Sing Sing, is raising a family of her own. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_005_000 4915 0

D: Narrator Several noisy little nestlings are begging for food from their patient mother. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_005_001 4426 0

T: White Butterflies

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham remembers Rosella's fondness for butterflies. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_006_000 3291 0

D: Narrator She'd be delighted to see this fluttering cluster of the creatures. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_006_001 4330 0

T: Multicolored Butterflies

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator This brightly-colored butterfly looks lonely, hovering apart from the others. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_007_000 5190 0

D: Narrator Graham wonders why: what in the world could worry a butterfly? NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_007_001 4726 0

C: Action - Hand

5 T: BigTree

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Climbing the tree will not help Graham in his quest. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_009 3571 0

T: Rocks

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator They are rough to the touch, and speak only silence. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_012 4001 0

T: Nest

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator When Graham has a need for Sing Sing, he will come to her. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_013_000 3806 0

D: Narrator Meanwhile, she looks rather busy. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_013_001 2424 0

T: White butterflies

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham is not interested in those butterflies. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_008 4528 0

T: Multicolored Butterfly

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator It will be the next millennium before Graham can catch it with his bare hands. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_009 5566 0

C: Action - Talk

3 T: CassimaOrJollo

0 0 2 0 T: First Time

0 0 0 11 D: Graham Enjoying the outdoors? GRAHAM_2_IoC_crossroads_001 1056 0 GrahamLine1 D: Cassima There's hardly anything to enjoy. CASSIMA_2_IoC_crossroads_001 0 0 CassimaLine1 D: Jollo Usually, Cassima loves it here. It took me a while to drag her away from the castle, but I managed. JOLLO_2_IoC_crossroads_001 0 0 JolloLine1 D: Graham You did a great job this afternoon with your speech, Cassima. GRAHAM_2_IoC_crossroads_002 2774 0 GrahamLine2 D: Cassima Thank you, King Graham. I know there were words of hope more than anything else, but if it reassured the people, then it was worth it. CASSIMA_2_IoC_crossroads_002 0 0 CassimaLine2 D: Jollo They were cheering to you! You saw them! JOLLO_2_IoC_crossroads_002 0 0 JolloLine2 D: Cassima I wish I could cheer, too. CASSIMA_2_IoC_crossroads_003 0 0 CassimaLine3 D: Graham As long as you are concerned about your peoples' happiness, then you are a good queen and leader. GRAHAM_2_IoC_crossroads_003 4742 0 GrahamLine3 D: Cassima Yet not a good wife. CASSIMA_2_IoC_crossroads_004 0 0 CassimaLine4 D: Graham Alexander will be returned to your side, Cassima. You leave that to me. GRAHAM_2_IoC_crossroads_004 3109 0 GrahamLine4 D: Jollo Thanks, sire. JOLLO_2_IoC_crossroads_003 0 0 JolloLine3 T: Second Time

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator There's nothing else Graham wishes to say. NARRATOR_2_IoC_crossroads_008 2481 0

T: Nest

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator King Graham has not been admitted into the TSL Asylum... NARRATOR_General_025_000 3891 0

D: Narrator ...yet. For more information about the TSL Asylum, please go to www.tsl-game.com and head to the Forum section. NARRATOR_General_025_001 9103 0

D: Narrator Oh, and if you want to hear more about the wonderful narrator, go to: www.amykurylo.com NARRATOR_General_025_002 7337 0

D: Narrator Yes, I know... shameless self-promotion! NARRATOR_General_025_003 2892 0

T: Butterflies

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator No talking butterflies today, sorry! NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_019_000 3114 0

D: Narrator Maybe tomorrow you'll have better luck. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_019_001 2186 0

C: Action - Use

1 T: Net

0 0 2 0 T: Multicolored Butterfly

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Strange. The butterfly poses no resistance and actually seems to like being with Graham! NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_010_000 7001 0

D: Narrator Maybe it just wanted a friend? NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_010_001 2431 0

T: NetnoBranch

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Great idea! NARRATOR_2_IoB_Maze_100_000 2017 0

D: Narrator Uh, but Graham can't quite maneuver the net as it is. NARRATOR_2_IoB_Maze_100_001 3821 0

TSL CONVERSATIONS: 1 2 C: Action - Look

12 T: Global

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Having seen Queen Cassima here on more than one occasion since his arrival, Graham already knows this is one of her favorite places. NARRATOR_2_IoC_crossroads_001_000 7642 0

T: BeachPath

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The path ahead here leads to the beach, and it is blocked by the fallen tree that almost killed Graham last night. NARRATOR_2_IoC_crossroads_009_000 5909 0

T: SingSing

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Now that's odd. NARRATOR_2_IoC_crossroads_004_000 1648 0

D: Narrator Graham could have sworn that nest was occupied with cheeping newborn birds just yesterday when he came by here. NARRATOR_2_IoC_crossroads_004_001 6323 0

D: Narrator Now, there are only unbroken eggs, as though the birds had never hatched at all. How strange... NARRATOR_2_IoC_crossroads_004_002 6659 0

T: Castle

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Seen up close or from afar, the Castle of the Crown is still an impressive site. NARRATOR_2_IoC_crossroads_005_000 4555 0

D: Narrator And yet for all its defenses, that mysterious and sinister man was able to enter and bewitch his children yesterday. NARRATOR_2_IoC_crossroads_005_002 7433 0

T: Village

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The main square of the town is visible in the distance. NARRATOR_2_IoC_crossroads_006_000 3087 0

T: Path

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator This humble dirt path leads northwest to the town and northeast to the Castle of the Crown. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_003_000 5275 0

T: BigTree

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator A large oak tree spreads its shading branches out over both paths here at the crossroads, offering a respite from the heat of the sun to a weary traveler, and a home to birds and other woodland creatures on the island. NARRATOR_2_IoC_crossroads_003 12385 0

T: Flowers

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham has seen Cassima caring for the flowers here before. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_010_000 3207 0

T: Rocks

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The rocks stand solemnly, just as any rock would. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_011_000 3296 0

T: SingSingChicks

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator It looks like Cassima's nightingale, Sing Sing, is raising a family of her own. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_005_000 4915 0

T: White Butterflies

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham remembers Rosella's fondness for butterflies. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_006_000 3291 0

D: Narrator She'd be delighted to see this fluttering cluster of the creatures. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_006_001 4330 0

T: Multicolored Butterflies

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator This brightly-colored butterfly looks lonely, hovering apart from the others. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_007_000 5190 0

C: Action - Hand

5 T: BigTree

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Climbing the tree will not help Graham in his quest. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_009 3571 0

T: Rocks

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator They are rough to the touch, and speak only silence. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_012 4001 0

T: Nest

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator When Graham has a need for Sing Sing, he will come to her. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_013_000 3806 0

T: White butterflies

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham is not interested in those butterflies. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_008 4528 0

T: Multicolored Butterfly

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator It will be the next millennium before Graham can catch it with his bare hands. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_009 5566 0

TSL CONVERSATIONS: 1 4 C: Action - Look

10 T: Global

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham stands at the crossroads on the Isle of the Crown, and he can't help but notice how bitterly appropriate that is. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_001_000 7043 0

D: Narrator For as much as Graham knows he needs to try and help his family by seeking answers and aid in the Isles, his heart yearns to return to the castle and stay by his children's bedsides to be sure they aren't attacked again, and to comfort his beloved in this dark hour. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_001_001 15540 0

T: BeachPath

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Graham was almost killed by this tree on his way to the beach. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_008_000 3506 0

D: Narrator It seems unlikely there's anything there for him to find, since the cloaked stranger clearly needed no sea vessel to come and go as he pleased. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_008_001 8375 0

D: Narrator Perhaps it's just as well that the obstruction prevents for wasting his time there. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_008_002 4632 0

T: Path

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator This humble dirt path leads northwest to the town and northeast to the Castle of the Crown. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_003_000 5275 0

D: Narrator Both paths are well worn from frequent use. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_003_001 3234 0

T: BigTree

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham takes a look at the tormented tree as its branches are mercilessly caught in a tug-of-war in the winds, to the point of looking like they might even be torn off. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_004_000 9321 0

D: Narrator The king can somehow relate: inside of him a wild storm has just begun to rage, harrowing his every nerve, at every inch of a man who has looked evil in the eye before and won, yet has never found a way to truly put it to an end for good. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_004_001 15765 0

T: Flowers

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham has seen Cassima caring for the flowers here before. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_010_000 3207 0

D: Narrator The Queen sometimes spends hours at this place, listening to Sing Sing, spending time with Jollo, or just sitting under the shade of the tree, reading a book. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_010_001 9238 0

T: Rocks

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator The rocks stand solemnly, just as any rock would. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_011_000 3296 0

D: Narrator Graham can't help but wonder what they've seen, and what they would say if they could speak. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_011_001 5095 0

D: Narrator Did the stranger pass this way? NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_011_002 2296 0

T: SingSing

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator It looks like Cassima's nightingale, Sing Sing, is raising a family of her own. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_005_000 4915 0

D: Narrator Several noisy little nestlings are begging for food from their patient mother. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_005_001 4426 0

D: Narrator She doesn't look happy in this downpour, though. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_005_002 2651 0

T: Castle

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham can only hope his family will be safe at his son's castle, and that Saladin and his guards will protect them should another unexpected and unwelcome visitor appear. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_006_a 9860 0

T: Village

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The town looks empty, and to Graham it's almost a relief. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_007_000 3841 0

D: Narrator His grief is still too raw to feel the sympathetic and pitying eyes of strangers upon him right now. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_007_001 5819 0

T: Nest

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator It looks like Cassima's nightingale, Sing Sing, is raising a family of her own. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_005_000 4915 0

D: Narrator Several noisy little nestlings are begging for food from their patient mother. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_005_001 4426 0

C: Action - Hand

3 T: BigTree

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Climbing the tree will not help Graham in his quest. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_009 3571 0

T: Rocks

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator They are rough to the touch, and speak only silence. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_012 4001 0

T: Nest

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator When Graham has a need for Sing Sing, he will come to her. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_013_000 3806 0

D: Narrator Meanwhile, she looks rather busy. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_013_001 2424 0

C: Tree Reaction

1 T: What

0 0 0 1 D: Graham What!? GRAHAM_what 409 0

C: Action - Talk

1 T: Nest

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator King Graham has not been admitted into the TSL Asylum... NARRATOR_General_025_000 3891 0

D: Narrator ...yet. For more information about the TSL Asylum, please go to www.tsl-game.com and head to the Forum section. NARRATOR_General_025_001 9103 0

D: Narrator Oh, and if you want to hear more about the wonderful narrator, go to: www.amykurylo.com NARRATOR_General_025_002 7337 0

D: Narrator Yes, I know... shameless self-promotion! NARRATOR_General_025_003 2892 0

TSL CONVERSATIONS: 1 2 C: Action - Look

10 T: Global

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham stands at the crossroads on the Isle of the Crown, and he can't help but notice how bitterly appropriate that is. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_001_000 7043 0

T: BeachPath

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham was almost killed by this tree on his way to the beach. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_008_000 3506 0

T: Path

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator This humble dirt path leads northwest to the town and northeast to the Castle of the Crown. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_003_000 5275 0

T: BigTree

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham takes a look at the tormented tree as its branches are mercilessly caught in a tug-of-war in the winds, to the point of looking like they might even be torn off. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_004_000 9321 0

T: Flowers

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham has seen Cassima caring for the flowers here before. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_010_000 3207 0

T: Rocks

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The rocks stand solemnly, just as any rock would. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_011_000 3296 0

T: SingSing

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator It looks like Cassima's nightingale, Sing Sing, is raising a family of her own. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_005_000 4915 0

D: Narrator Several noisy little nestlings are begging for food from their patient mother. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_005_001 4426 0

T: Castle

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham can only hope his family will be safe at his son's castle, and that Saladin and his guards will protect them should another unexpected and unwelcome visitor appear. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_006_a 9860 0

T: Village

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The town looks empty, and to Graham it's almost a relief. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_007_000 3841 0

D: Narrator His grief is still too raw to feel the sympathetic and pitying eyes of strangers upon him right now. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_007_001 5819 0

T: Nest

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator It looks like Cassima's nightingale, Sing Sing, is raising a family of her own. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_005_000 4915 0

D: Narrator Several noisy little nestlings are begging for food from their patient mother. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_005_001 4426 0

C: Action - Hand

3 T: BigTree

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Climbing the tree will not help Graham in his quest. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_009 3571 0

T: Rocks

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator They are rough to the touch, and speak only silence. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_012 4001 0

T: Nest

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator When Graham has a need for Sing Sing, he will come to her. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_013_000 3806 0

D: Narrator Meanwhile, she looks rather busy. NARRATOR_1_IoC_crossroads_013_001 2424 0

TSL CONVERSATIONS: 1 7 C: Action - Look

14 T: Global

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Now that the skies are clear, Graham can get a better look at the docks here. NARRATOR_2_IoC_docks_001_000 4052 0

D: Narrator Sure enough, the simple wood held sure and strong throughout the storm, and Graham can see more clearly the sturdy moorings and the careful work put into this dock that otherwise seems so unassuming. NARRATOR_2_IoC_docks_001_001 13009 0

T: Hassan

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Hassan, the ferry captain, stands by his vessel, looking a little less downtrodden than he did the previous day. NARRATOR_2_IoC_docks_006 6915 0

T: GeoAnimFirstMate

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Hassan's first mate stands beside his captain, looking more upbeat, but still with a somewhat salty air. NARRATOR_2_IoC_docks_007 6389 0

T: Beach

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The ocean has the typical, mysterious, inviting blue of the sea. NARRATOR_2_IoC_docks_008_000 4398 0

D: Narrator Graham recalls Alexander's warning of the strong undertow and currents. NARRATOR_2_IoC_docks_008_001 3910 0

T: Bushes

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The bushes withstood the gales and the storm and remain standing today. NARRATOR_2_IoC_docks_015_000 4272 0

D: Narrator It gives Graham hope - if mere shrubs can withstand such an ordeal, surely his family will emerge whole and strong from their own. NARRATOR_2_IoC_docks_015_001 8204 0

T: Boy

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator The boy is trying his luck fishing off the edge of the dock. NARRATOR_2_IoC_docks_009_000_000 3385 0

D: Narrator However, he doesn't seem to have caught anything yet. NARRATOR_2_IoC_docks_009_000_001 2866 0

D: Narrator Looking at the boy, reminds Graham of his own experiences fishing in the lakes of Daventry as a child. NARRATOR_2_IoC_docks_009_001 5989 0

T: GeoAnimFerry

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham is amazed at the fine craftsmanship of this ferry. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_002_000 3519 0

D: Narrator Shamir, the genie, must have had extra help renovating this boat to have it come out looking like this! NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_002_001 6106 0

T: TicketBooth

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The old ferry of the Green Isles has turned into a formal business now. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_003 4359 0

T: Lighthouse

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator A lone lighthouse stands at the end of a sandy peninsula. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_004_000 3587 0

D: Narrator Graham wishes that thing had been in operation when his son came to these islands. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_004_001 4356 0

D: Narrator Maybe Alexander wouldn't have nearly lost his life in that shipwreck then. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_004_002 4391 0

T: BonsaiTree

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator A little bonsai tree! NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_019_000 2387 0

D: Narrator I thought they only grew in Japan! NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_019_001 2387 0

D: Narrator And before you ask, Graham, Japan is where they make those great video games and... and anime! NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_019_002 6285 0

D: Narrator (sighs) Yeah, well, I didn't think it would help either. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_019_003 3972 0

T: Mountains

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator In the far distance, the mountains rise up to meet with the sky. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_021_000 3728 0

D: Narrator Graham has climbed quite a few of those in his day, and he particularly remembers the one in the lands of Serenia. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_021_001 6703 0

D: Narrator He remembers the freezing cold even more. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_021_002 3285 0

T: Ocean

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The ocean has the typical, mysterious, inviting blue of the sea. NARRATOR_2_IoC_docks_008_000 4398 0

D: Narrator Graham recalls Alexander's warning of the strong undertow and currents, and suppresses his nautical desires. NARRATOR_2_IoC_docks_008_001 3910 0

T: Balloon

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator A hot air balloon! NARRATOR_4_IoC_docks_001_000 0 0

D: Narrator Graham has heard of these starting to pop up in some nations, but has never had the opportunity to ride in a one himself. NARRATOR_4_IoC_docks_001_001 0 0

D: Narrator It’s a shame this one looks broken. NARRATOR_4_IoC_docks_001_002 0 0

T: SeaNymph02

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator One of the sea nymphs Graham encountered earlier in the day has shown up near the shore! NARRATOR_4_ioc_docks_003_000 0 0

D: Narrator Still beautiful, she also still makes Graham feel slightly wary, he finds it curious that she's here away from her fellow nymphs. NARRATOR_4_ioc_docks_003_001 0 0

C: Action - Hand

9 T: FerryNight

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham can't waste any time. NARRATOR_2_IoC_docks_003_000 2290 0

D: Narrator He needs to speak with Valanice. NARRATOR_2_IoC_docks_003_001 2295 0

T: TicketBooth

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Hassan must have closed down the booth, considering Graham is renting the whole business. NARRATOR_2_IoC_docks_012_000 4901 0

D: Narrator Graham feels slightly guilty for monopolizing the only ferry in the islands, but it is for a great cause, and the islanders hopefully know that as well. NARRATOR_2_IoC_docks_012_001 9229 0

T: Bushes

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham would hardly know how to begin tending for the bushes, aside from not having the time to do so. NARRATOR_2_IoC_docks_016_000 6066 0

D: Narrator Valanice has always been the one who loved gardening. NARRATOR_2_IoC_docks_016_001 3525 0

T: Lighthouse

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham is not going to find the light he needs in there. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_015 3833 0

T: Beach

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham's willing to look into other avenues of travel before he risks swimming to the other isles! NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_016 6163 0

T: BonsaiTree

0 0 0 5 D: Narrator Leave the tree alone, Graham. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_020_000_000 2907 0

D: Narrator It could belong to a samurai... NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_020_000_001 2204 0

D: Narrator ...or a ninja! NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_020_001_000 1337 0

D: Narrator And he will come and slice you into pieces in a --in a YAWATAWATAAA move! NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_020_001_001 6077 0

D: Narrator Oh, yes! yes! yes he will! (panting). NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_020_001_002 4313 0

T: Mountains

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator If he can avoid going there, that would be much better. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_022_000 3771 0

D: Narrator They look cold, too. Brrr! NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_022_001 3068 0

T: Ocean

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham's willing to look into other avenues of travel before he risks swimming to the other isles! NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_016 6163 0

T: Bench

0 0 0 5 D: Narrator Hey, now, stop slacking, you! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_000 2566 0

D: Narrator You have a family to save and a huge evil to fight! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_001 2874 0

D: Narrator And I'm not gonna stand around here and wait until you're done taking a breather! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_002 3526 0

D: Narrator I mean, kings these days... NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_003 2560 0

D: Narrator They don't make them like they used to! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_004 1946 0

C: Action - Talk

3 T: VillageBoy02

0 0 2 0 T: First Time

0 0 0 6 D: Graham Hello there, lad. GRAHAM_2_IoC_docks_001_000 1053 0 GrahamLine1 D: Graham Have you had any luck catching fish today? GRAHAM_2_IoC_docks_001_001 2367 0 GrahamLine1b D: VillageBoy02 Nah, the fish have all gone into hiding because of that storm last night. BOY_2_IoC_docks_001_000 3780 0 BoyLine1 D: VillageBoy02 Ma was really scared. BOY_2_IoC_docks_001_001 1703 0 BoyLine1b D: VillageBoy02 I've been trying to catch something for lunch, but there's no bites. BOY_2_IoC_docks_001_002 4230 0 BoyLine1c D: VillageBoy02 I'm getting hungry. BOY_2_IoC_docks_001_003 2097 0 BoyLine1d T: Second Time

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The boy is trying to concentrate. Better to leave him alone. NARRATOR_2_IoC_docks_010 4660 0

T: FirstMate

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The first mate looks sour and in a very un-talkative mood. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_009 4660 0

T: Seanymph

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Hello, good nymph. GRAHAM_4_ioc_docks_001 0 0

C: Action - Use

4 T: Candy

0 0 3 0 T: Boy - Before trade

0 0 0 3 D: Graham I'll trade you this candy for your fishing pole. GRAHAM_2_IoC_docks_002 1888 0 GrahamLine2 D: VillageBoy02 Really? Wow! BOY_2_IoC_docks_002_000 2023 0 BoyLine2 D: VillageBoy02 Everyone says strangers try to poison you with candy, but you look like a nice sir. BOY_2_IoC_docks_002_001 5758 0 BoyLine2b T: Boy - Giving Pole

0 0 0 1 D: VillageBoy02 Here's my pole. BOY_2_IoC_docks_002_002 1328 0 BoyLine2c T: Boy - After trade

0 0 0 1 D: VillageBoy02 Thanks, Mister! BOY_2_IoC_docks_003 2638 0

T: Magic Bag2

0 0 0 2 D: Hassan I'd recommend asking Ali, the bookshop owner. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_008_003 3347 0 HassanLine8d D: Hassan That man knows about everything that goes on in these lands. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_008_004 3639 0 HassanLine8e T: Magic Bag

0 0 0 8 D: Graham The Arch Druid told me to look for a magic bag that was lost in the sea. GRAHAM_2_IoC_docks_013_002 3986 0 GrahamLine13c D: Graham Do you have any ideas where I could find this? GRAHAM_2_IoC_docks_013_003 2362 0 GrahamLine13d D: Hassan I may know these waters like the palm of my hand, but its depths, that's another question. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_008_000 5291 0 HassanLine8 D: Hassan It'd be like finding a needle in a haystack, if you catch my drift. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_008_001 3765 0 HassanLine8b D: Hassan Maybe if you had a better reference? HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_008_002 3002 0 HassanLine8c D: Hassan I'd recommend asking Ali, the bookshop owner. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_008_003 3347 0 HassanLine8d D: Hassan That man knows about everything that goes on in these lands. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_008_004 3639 0 HassanLine8e D: Graham I'll follow your advice. GRAHAM_2_IoC_docks_014 994 0 GrahamLine14 T: ItemOnBalloon

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham should probably just hand the pieces to the people that are more skillful at this. NARRATOR_4_IoC_docks_002 0 0

C: Hassan

3 T: First Time Greetings

0 0 0 4 D: Graham Good day, Hassan. GRAHAM_2_IoC_docks_008 890 0 GrahamLine8 D: Hassan Good day, indeed. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_002_000 1245 0 HassanLine2 D: Hassan After that thing that looked like the start of the Apocalypse last night, any day seems like a good day. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_002_001 6041 0 HassanLine2b D: Hassan Ready to sail? HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_002_002 1272 0 HassanLine2c T: Second Time Greetings

0 0 0 2 D: Graham Good day, Hassan. GRAHAM_2_IoC_docks_008 890 0 GrahamLine8b D: Hassan Good day, indeed. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_002_000 1245 0 HassanLine3 T: Topics

0 0 7 0 T: Magic Bag Magic Bag 0 1 0 10 D: Graham Since you mentioned hidden places in these lands... GRAHAM_2_IoC_docks_013_000 2388 0 GrahamLine13 D: Graham ...that makes me wonder... GRAHAM_2_IoC_docks_013_001 1992 0 GrahamLine13b D: Graham The Arch Druid told me to look for a magic bag that was lost in the sea. GRAHAM_2_IoC_docks_013_002 3986 0

D: Graham Do you have any ideas where I could find this? GRAHAM_2_IoC_docks_013_003 2362 0 GrahamLine13d D: Hassan I may know these waters like the palm of my hand, but its depths, that's another question. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_008_000 5291 0 HassanLine8 D: Hassan It'd be like finding a needle in a haystack, if you catch my drift. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_008_001 3765 0 HassanLine8b D: Hassan Maybe if you had a better reference? HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_008_002 3002 0 HassanLine8c D: Hassan I'd recommend asking Ali, the bookshop owner. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_008_003 3347 0 HassanLine8d D: Hassan That man knows about everything that goes on in these lands. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_008_004 3639 0 HassanLine8e D: Graham I'll follow your advice. GRAHAM_2_IoC_docks_014 994 1000 GrahamLine14 T: Isle of the Crown Isles 0 0 1 21 T: The Village

0 0 0 16 D: Graham You must know all about the village; I mean, being born here and all. GRAHAM_2_IoC_docks_015 3192 500 GrahamLine15 D: Hassan You betcha! HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_009_000 1054 0 HassanLine9 D: Hassan It's not that big, but we've got everything a village needs. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_009_001 3363 0 HassanLine9b D: Hassan A baker, a weaver, a metalworker, a doomsayer... HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_009_002 4003 0 HassanLine9c D: Graham A what?? GRAHAM_2_IoC_docks_016 468 0 GrahamLine16 D: Hassan Just pulling your leg. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_010_000 1565 0 HassanLine10 D: Hassan We do have our share of eccentrics, which we tolerate all the time... HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_010_001 4945 0 HassanLine10b D: Hassan Well, most of the time, anyway. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_010_002 2816 0 HassanLine10c D: Hassan But this being the best as well as the safest Isle, beggars can't be choosers, I suppose. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_010_003 6330 0 HassanLine10d D: Graham Where do most of the people live? GRAHAM_2_IoC_docks_017 1374 0 GrahamLine17 D: Hassan Mostly on the outskirts. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_011_000 1529 0 HassanLine11 D: Hassan Not many of them live in the actual village, unless they enjoy being kept up by late-night festivals... HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_011_001 5655 0 HassanLine11b D: Hassan ...and being woken up by peddlers bellowing out what they're selling before the sun's fully up in the morning. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_011_002 5038 0

D: Graham Seems like a fun place to live in. GRAHAM_2_IoC_docks_018 1299 0 GrahamLine18 D: Hassan Ah, yes. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_012_000 1248 0 HassanLine12 D: Hassan Best place in the world, Graham, best place in the world. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_012_001 4378 0 HassanLine12b D: Graham You have a pretty island here. GRAHAM_2_IoC_docks_009_000 1100 0 GrahamLine9 D: Graham The view is incredible. GRAHAM_2_IoC_docks_009_001 1445 0 GrahamLine9b D: Hassan What can any man say about the place he was born? HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_004_000 2647 0 HassanLine4 D: Hassan I'm glad to live and breathe on this isle, as hard as times may be sometimes. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_004_001 5179 0 HassanLine4b D: Hassan It's less crazy than the Isle of Wonder... HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_004_002_000 3225 0 HassanLine4c D: Hassan ...more civilized than the Isle of the Beast... HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_004_002_001 3220 0 HassanLine4d D: Hassan ...more "down-to-earth" than the Isle of the Sacred Mountain... HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_004_002_002 4596 0 HassanLine4e D: Hassan and certainly more solid than the newly discovered Isle of Mist and any other rocks that might be hiding out there near the boundaries of the world. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_004_002_003 8907 0 HassanLine4f D: Hassan This little place is the best spot for anyone to live, native to the archipelago or otherwise. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_004_003 5819 0 HassanLine4g D: Graham Home is always the most beautiful place, Captain. GRAHAM_2_IoC_docks_010 1963 500 GrahamLine10 D: Hassan It was even the safest spot to be during those hard times we were having shortly before King Alexander arrived. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_005_000 5632 0 HassanLine5 D: Hassan He was darned lucky to have washed up on this very isle, all right. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_005_001 4373 0 HassanLine5b D: Graham The works of destiny, my friend, the works of destiny. GRAHAM_2_IoC_docks_011 2644 0 GrahamLine11 D: Hassan Who knows what might've happened to him otherwise? HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_006_000 2055 0 HassanLine6 D: Hassan Alhazred might've found out and snuffed him out like a candle, the twisted toad. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_006_001 5484 0 HassanLine6b D: Hassan Fifteen years with that scheming warthog inside the castle walls... HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_006_002 4618 0 HassanLine6c D: Hassan Why didn't someone realize the truth sooner? HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_006_003 3267 0 HassanLine6d D: Graham Sometimes we have to realize what we are about to lose in order to know how precious it is to us. GRAHAM_2_IoC_docks_012 5176 500 GrahamLine12 D: Hassan Yes... HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_007_000 610 0 HassanLine7 D: Hassan And I'm more grateful to your son than I can express in words, Graham. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_007_001 3821 0 HassanLine7b D: Hassan We all are. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_007_002 1668 300 HassanLine7c T: Sailor profession

0 0 1 35 T: Cassima

0 0 0 29 D: Graham I'm grateful my son met Cassima. GRAHAM_2_IoC_docks_025_000 1718 0 GrahamLine25 D: Graham She's a very brave woman. GRAHAM_2_IoC_docks_025_001 1771 0 GrahamLine25b D: Hassan Yes, Sir! HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_018_000 855 0 HassanLine18 D: Hassan That's what I always say: HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_018_001 1778 0 HassanLine18b D: Hassan "Don't let yourself be fooled by her delicate look. The girl has a brave soul." HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_018_002 5103 0 HassanLine18c D: Graham I sensed that in her when I first met her in Mordack's castle, back when the wizard had enslaved her. GRAHAM_2_IoC_docks_026_000 4240 500 GrahamLine26 D: Graham She saved my life. GRAHAM_2_IoC_docks_026_001 1220 500 GrahamLine26b D: Hassan Did she? HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_019_000 538 0 HassanLine19 D: Hassan So she didn't only help the King bring the Vizier down, but she also helped you? HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_019_001 4981 0 HassanLine19b D: Graham She's full of surprises. GRAHAM_2_IoC_docks_027 1301 0 GrahamLine27 D: Hassan Even as a little girl, I could tell that Cassima was going to be a fine ruler when she grew up. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_020_000 4828 0 HassanLine20 D: Hassan She loved the town and the townspeople. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_020_001 2609 0 HassanLine20b D: Hassan She would often go down to the bookstore to read Ali's latest arrivals. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_020_002 4271 0 HassanLine20c D: Hassan And of course... HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_020_003 1800 0 HassanLine20d D: Graham She rode your ferry. GRAHAM_2_IoC_docks_028 960 0 GrahamLIne28 D: Hassan Who's telling this story? HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_021 1437 0 HassanLine21 D: Graham Go on, Go on, I'll be quiet! GRAHAM_2_IoC_docks_029 1739 600 GrahamLine29 D: Hassan Anyway, like you said, she loved to ride the ferry from isle to isle. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_022_000 4221 0 HassanLine22 D: Hassan That was, until that dog Alhazred's activities made the isles so dangerous that I had to stop ferrying passengers entirely. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_022_001 8317 0 HassanLine22b D: Hassan Cassima was so sad. She was almost a teenager then. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_022_002 4780 0 HassanLine22c D: Hassan Still, that didn't stop her from visiting the village whenever she could. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_022_003 3690 0 HassanLine22d D: Hassan The way she'd talk, you'd think she was one of the regular townspeople. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_022_004 3753 0 HassanLine22e D: Hassan And when she grew up and started spending more time at the castle, being trained to be a queen... HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_022_005 5124 0 HassanLine22f D: Hassan ...it was heartbreaking for some of us. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_022_006 2355 0 HassanLine22g D: Hassan It was like losing a favorite daughter. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_022_007 2871 0 HassanLine22h D: Graham When Alexander was taken, the kingdom fell into sorrow as well. GRAHAM_2_IoC_docks_030_000 3033 1000 GrahamLine30 D: Graham I can't believe it's all happening again. GRAHAM_2_IoC_docks_030_001 2339 500 GrahamLine30b D: Hassan Calm down, Sire, calm down. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_023_000 2068 0 HassanLine23 D: Hassan There's a clear day to follow every stormy night. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_023_001 2726 0 HassanLine23b D: Graham I've encountered many sailors during my adventures. GRAHAM_2_IoC_docks_019_000 2145 0 GrahamLine19 D: Graham I always wondered what it's like to live on the sea, being a land person myself. GRAHAM_2_IoC_docks_019_001 4141 0 GrahamLine19b D: Hassan There's nothing like working on what you love. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_013_000 2146 0 HassanLine13 D: Hassan Feeling the air in your face as you sail across new areas... HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_013_001 3746 0 HassanLine13b D: Hassan It's an amazing experience, Graham. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_013_002 2767 0 HassanLine13c D: Graham Did you always want to be a sailor? GRAHAM_2_IoC_docks_020 1545 0 GrahamLine20 D: Hassan All of my life! HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_014_000 1110 0 HassanLine14 D: Hassan It runs in the family. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_014_001 1603 0 HassanLine14b D: Hassan My father trained me on how to sail this ferry, as did his father before him, and so on. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_014_002 5445 0 HassanLine14c D: Hassan I've yet to make enough money to support a family, since I've been out of the business for so long. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_014_003 4900 0 HassanLine14d D: Hassan It may be a while before I have a son to teach, but hopefully I will someday. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_014_004 5156 0 HassanLine14e D: Hassan I've got enough life ahead of me. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_014_005 1865 0 HassanLine14f D: Graham I wish I could say the same for my son. GRAHAM_2_IoC_docks_021 1699 0 GrahamLine21 D: Hassan What? HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_015 430 0 HassanLine15 D: Graham My son, your king. GRAHAM_2_IoC_docks_022_000 1658 0 GrahamLine22 D: Graham He was kidnapped from us when he was only a few months old, and became a slave to an evil sorcerer. GRAHAM_2_IoC_docks_022_001 4928 0 GrahamLine22b D: Graham He returned to us a short time before his eighteenth birthday. GRAHAM_2_IoC_docks_022_002 3458 0 GrahamLine22c D: Graham We've only really known him for a few years, and that's hardly enough time to teach a prince how to rule a kingdom. GRAHAM_2_IoC_docks_022_003 5657 0 GrahamLine22d D: Hassan The things you learn... HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_016_000 1451 0 HassanLine16 D: Hassan I wouldn't worry about him, though. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_016_001 2079 0 HassanLine16b D: Hassan He has good instincts. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_016_002 1456 0 HassanLine16c D: Hassan He asks the right questions, he gets the right answers... HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_016_003 3031 0 HassanLine16d D: Hassan He was able to find a way off this island and navigate his way through all the others. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_016_004 4049 0 HassanLine16e D: Hassan He's done what no other princes I've known - even though I've known next to none - have been able to do: HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_016_005 6299 0 HassanLine16f D: Hassan Bring the former king and queen back from the dead, uncover the evil plot of a seemingly innocent man, gain possession of a genie... HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_016_006 7640 0 HassanLine16g D: Hassan ...and if you say he survived slavery under an evil sorcerer, then there's no doubt he's a smart fella. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_016_007 5914 0 HassanLine16h D: Hassan He's got the basics down. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_016_008 1902 0 HassanLine16i D: Hassan And I'm sure that his wife can help him in any area where he needs it. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_016_009 4179 0 HassanLine16j D: Graham Still, as a father, I just can't stop worrying. GRAHAM_2_IoC_docks_023 3183 0 GrahamLine23 D: Hassan Just like my own father. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_017_000 1439 0 HassanLine17 D: Hassan What's funny is that I never really learned until I went out there by myself. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_017_001 4948 0 HassanLine17b D: Hassan When you don't have someone to call to and the storm is at your bow... HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_017_002 3255 0 HassanLine17c D: Hassan ...you always find a way to manage, though. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_017_003 2372 0 HassanLine17d D: Graham I can relate. GRAHAM_2_IoC_docks_024_000 791 0 GrahamLine24 D: Graham My story is not too different from yours. GRAHAM_2_IoC_docks_024_001 2140 0 GrahamLine24b T: Ready to sail Ready to Sail 0 0 0 1 D: Hassan Ready to sail? HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_003 1189 0 HassanLine27 T: Goodbye

0 0 0 0 T: Goodbye First Time

0 1 0 9 D: Graham Thank you for talking with me. GRAHAM_2_IoC_docks_031 1236 0 GrahamLine31 D: Hassan Talking with you? HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_024_000 1101 0 HassanLine24 D: Hassan That wasn't talking. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_024_001 1879 0 HassanLine24b D: Hassan I could go on for half an hour and still consider a conversation a "chat." HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_024_002 4389 0 HassanLine24c D: Hassan This was just a casual exchange of words. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_024_003 3041 0 HassanLine24d D: Hassan You come to me at night, when you've got plenty of spare time to kill, and I'll show you some real talking. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_024_004 6532 0 HassanLine24e D: Graham No, thanks. Like they say, silence is golden. GRAHAM_2_IoC_docks_032 2870 0 GrahamLine32 D: Hassan Whatever you say, Graham. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_025_000 1083 0 HassanLine25 D: Hassan Come back when you're ready to sail. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_025_001 2241 0 HassanLine25b T: Goodbye Second Time

0 1 0 2 D: Graham Thank you for talking with me. GRAHAM_2_IoC_docks_031 1236 0 GrahamLine33 D: Hassan Come back when you're ready to sail. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_025_001 2241 0 HassanLine26 C: SeaNymph

3 T: First Time Greetings

0 0 0 6 D: SeaNymph02 Hello, human. NYMPH_4_ioc_docks_001_000 0 0 NymphConversationLine1 D: SeaNymph02 A little bird has told me that you have been trying to access the high winds. NYMPH_4_ioc_docks_001_001 0 0 NymphConversationLine1b D: Graham I have indeed. GRAHAM_4_ioc_docks_002_000 0 0 GrahamNymphConversationLine2 D: Graham Can you help me? GRAHAM_4_ioc_docks_002_001 0 0 GrahamNymphConversationLine2b D: SeaNymph02 Maybe. NYMPH_4_ioc_docks_002_000 0 0 NymphConversationLine2 D: SeaNymph02 What is it you need help with? NYMPH_4_ioc_docks_002_001 0 0 NymphConversationLine2b T: Second Time Greetings

0 0 0 1 D: SeaNymph02 Hello, human. NYMPH_4_ioc_docks_001_000 0 0 NymphConversationLine1c T: Topics

0 0 3 0 T: Treasures

0 0 0 6 D: Graham I must thank you again for the help you and your sisters provided. GRAHAM_4_ioc_docks_003 0 0 GrahamNymphConversationLine3 D: SeaNymph02 We are glad to have helped you in these times of trouble, human. NYMPH_4_ioc_docks_003_000 0 0 NymphConversationLine3 D: SeaNymph02 Are your children any better? NYMPH_4_ioc_docks_003_001 0 0 NymphConversationLine3b D: Graham They will be better, once I find all that I'm looking for. GRAHAM_4_ioc_docks_004 0 0 GrahamNymphConversationLine4 D: SeaNymph02 Even if it takes you far and wide, to places unknown and beyond? NYMPH_4_ioc_docks_004 0 0 NymphConversationLine4 D: Graham I've traveled that far before for my family, and I'll certainly do it again if I need to. GRAHAM_4_ioc_docks_005 0 0 GrahamNymphConversationLine5 T: Isle of Sacred Mountain

0 0 1 16 T: Winged Shoes Winged Shoes 0 0 0 11 D: Graham I don't suppose you would be willing to let me use the sandals? GRAHAM_4_ioc_docks_009 0 0 GrahamNymphConversationLine9 D: SeaNymph02 But then what if I found feet, and had no shoes to fly with? NYMPH_4_ioc_docks_008 0 0 NymphConversationLine8 D: Graham What if I could find another way for you to fly? GRAHAM_4_ioc_docks_010_000 0 0 GrahamNymphConversationLine10 D: Graham Would you give them to me then? GRAHAM_4_ioc_docks_010_001 0 0 GrahamNymphConversationLine10b D: SeaNymph02 (laughs) That's a crazy notion. NYMPH_4_ioc_docks_009_000 0 0 NymphConversationLine9 D: SeaNymph02 What could you think of to try that I haven't? NYMPH_4_ioc_docks_009_001 0 0 NymphConversationLine9b D: SeaNymph02 But very well--if you can find a way to make me fly, human, then I will give you the shoes in return. NYMPH_4_ioc_docks_009_002 0 0 NymphConversationLine9c D: SeaNymph02 I must warn you though, they were at the seabed for many centuries, and have lost almost all of their magic. NYMPH_4_ioc_docks_009_003 0 0 NymphConversationLine9d D: Graham I'll worry about that later. GRAHAM_4_ioc_docks_011 0 0 GrahamNymphConversationLine11 D: SeaNymph02 Then it is a deal. NYMPH_4_ioc_docks_010_000 0 0 NymphConversationLine10 D: SeaNymph02 Find a way for me to fly, and I will give them to you. NYMPH_4_ioc_docks_010_001 0 0 NymphConversationLine10b D: Graham I have been trying to access the Isle of the Sacred Mountain. GRAHAM_4_ioc_docks_006_000 0 0 GrahamNymphConversationLine6 D: Graham I feel that there is valuable knowledge there that could help me. GRAHAM_4_ioc_docks_006_001 0 0 GrahamNymphConversationLine6b D: Graham But I can't get into the city unless I can fly... GRAHAM_4_ioc_docks_006_002 0 0 GrahamNymphConversationLine6c D: Graham I don't suppose you know of anything that would help? GRAHAM_4_ioc_docks_006_003 0 0 GrahamNymphConversationLine6d D: SeaNymph02 I once came across a very interesting item lost in the sea. NYMPH_4_ioc_docks_005_000 0 0 NymphConversationLine5 D: SeaNymph02 It was a pair of winged shoes. NYMPH_4_ioc_docks_005_001 0 0 NymphConversationLine5b D: Graham Winged shoes? GRAHAM_4_ioc_docks_007_000 0 0 GrahamNymphConversationLine7 D: Graham That could be exactly what I need! GRAHAM_4_ioc_docks_007_001 0 0 GrahamNymphConversationLine7b D: Graham As a matter of fact, I recall Lady Ariel vaguely speaking of such a thing: GRAHAM_4_ioc_docks_007_002 0 0 GrahamNymphConversationLine7c D: Graham "An artifact that would allow humans to fly." GRAHAM_4_ioc_docks_007_003 0 0 GrahamNymphConversationLine7d D: SeaNymph02 When I found them I was very happy at the idea of flying for a moment... NYMPH_4_ioc_docks_006_000 0 0 NymphConversationLine6 D: SeaNymph02 But then I realized I have no feet to wear the sandals. NYMPH_4_ioc_docks_006_001 0 0 NymphConversationLine6b D: Graham Then again, you have the vast sea at your disposal. GRAHAM_4_ioc_docks_008 0 0 GrahamNymphConversationLine8 D: SeaNymph02 I do, and I love the sea, but the seaweed is always greener on the other side. NYMPH_4_ioc_docks_007_000 0 0 NymphConversationLine7 D: SeaNymph02 I see the birds moving through the air like I do in the water, and I want to know what it's like! NYMPH_4_ioc_docks_007_001 0 0 NymphConversationLine7b D: SeaNymph02 So I kept the sandals, just in case I should ever find a way to use them. NYMPH_4_ioc_docks_007_002 0 0 NymphConversationLine7c T: Goodbye

0 0 0 2 D: Graham I should return to my quest. GRAHAM_4_ioc_docks_012 0 0 GrahamNymphConversationLine12 D: SeaNymph02 Good luck to you, King Graham. NYMPH_4_ioc_docks_011 0 0 NymphConversationLine11 C: MoutgoBrothers

2 T: BalloonFixedPart1

0 0 0 3 D: MerchantRug Everyone aboard! AMAR_4_ioc_docks_002_000 0 0

D: MerchantRug We're ready to fly, Graham, and we can drop you off wherever you like. AMAR_4_ioc_docks_002_001 0 0

D: MerchantRug Hassan will follow us. AMAR_4_ioc_docks_002_002 0 0

T: BalloonFixedPartt2

0 0 0 2 D: Graham Amazing! Well then, let’s go! GRAHAM_4_ioc_docks_013_000 0 0

D: Graham Amazing! Well then, let’s go! GRAHAM_4_ioc_docks_013_001 0 0

TSL CONVERSATIONS: 1 1 C: Cutscenes

45 T: EdgarSequence

0 0 0 1 D: EdgarWedding (sighs) 280_EdgarSequence_001_000 4514 0 Shot01 T: EdgarSequence1

0 0 0 1 D: EdgarWedding What good am I to her? 280_EdgarSequence_001_001 8033 0

T: EdgarSequencePart2

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Edgar? 280_EdgarSequence_002 601 0 Shot02 T: EdgarSequencePart3

0 0 0 1 D: EdgarWedding King Graham! 280_EdgarSequence_003 1769 0 Shot03 T: EdgarSequencePart4

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Edgar, boy... what are you doing here at this time of the night? 280_EdgarSequence_004 2970 0 Shot04 T: EdgarSequencePart5

0 0 0 1 D: EdgarWedding I heard you were leaving.. I just came to wish you good luck 280_EdgarSequence_005 4238 0 Shot06 T: EdgarSequencePart6

0 0 0 1 D: Hassan Sire! There you are! Ready to set sail? 280_EdgarSequence_006 2403 0 Shot07 T: EdgarSequencePart7

0 0 0 1 D: Hassan Sire! There you are! Ready to set sail? 280_EdgarSequence_007 1235 0 Shot08 T: EdgarSequencePart8

0 0 0 3 D: Graham Just a minute. 280_EdgarSequence_008 1569 0 Shot09 D: Graham Son, go back to the castle and return to Daventry with them. 280_EdgarSequence_009 3637 0 Shot10 D: EdgarWedding Yes... Your Majesty. 280_EdgarSequence_010 4705 0 Shot10b T: EdgarSequencePart9

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Was there something you wanted to tell me? 280_EdgarSequence_011 1669 0 Shot12 T: EdgarSequencePart10

0 0 0 1 D: EdgarWedding Uh, yes... I, I mean, no. Just... 280_EdgarSequence_012 4705 0 Shot12a T: EdgarSequencePart11

0 0 0 1 D: EdgarWedding Good luck. 280_EdgarSequence_013 1702 0 Shot13 T: EdgarSequencePart12

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Good luck to you... 280_EdgarSequence_014 1268 0 Shot14 T: Shadrack Fight Part 1

0 0 0 3 D: Hassan Where's all this comin' from? HASSAN_2_deepocean_001_000 2479 0 HassanLine1 D: Hassan We're not close enough to the Druids to be running into this kind of mess! HASSAN_2_deepocean_001_001 4260 0 HassanLine1b D: Hassan It ain't natural! HASSAN_2_deepocean_001_002 1626 0 HassanLine1c T: Shadrack Fight Part 2

0 0 0 2 D: Graham The sky is getting darker, Hassan! GRAHAM_2_deepocean_001_000 2501 0 GrahamLine1 D: Graham I think another storm is coming! GRAHAM_2_deepocean_001_001 2290 0 GrahamLine1b T: Shadrack Fight Part 3

0 0 0 11 D: Graham What in blazes?! GRAHAM_2_deepocean_002 1248 0 GrahamLine2 D: Shadrack A thousand years, Graham... A thousand years. SHADRACK_2_deepocean_001_000 5935 0 ShadrackLine1 D: Shadrack I must say you have not changed a bit. SHADRACK_2_deepocean_001_001 3770 0 ShadrackLine1b D: Shadrack Your interiors are still rotten. SHADRACK_2_deepocean_001_002 3884 0 ShadrackLine1c D: Graham Who are you and what do you want with my family? GRAHAM_2_deepocean_003 3729 0 GrahamLine3 D: Shadrack No... you have not changed. SHADRACK_2_deepocean_002_000 2685 0 ShadrackLine2 D: Shadrack Yet your bones sound like a crackled bag of misery. SHADRACK_2_deepocean_002_001 4905 0 ShadrackLine2b D: Graham What do you want with my children? GRAHAM_2_deepocean_004_001 2523 0 GrahamLine4b D: Graham And why are you searching for Pandora's Box? GRAHAM_2_deepocean_004_002 3353 0 GrahamLine4c D: Shadrack I see you've done your research... SHADRACK_2_deepocean_003_000 2277 0 ShadrackLine3 D: Shadrack Very well... SHADRACK_2_deepocean_003_001_000 1997 0 ShadrackLine3b T: Shadrack Fight Part 3a

0 0 0 15 D: Shadrack They say that evil is like wine -- better with age. SHADRACK_2_deepocean_003_001_001 4523 0 ShadrackLine3b2 D: Shadrack Add to all this the one thousand years you made me a prisoner within yourself and... SHADRACK_2_deepocean_003_002 6437 0 ShadrackLine3c D: Shadrack And you're an intelligent man, you can do the math... SHADRACK_2_deepocean_003_003 5575 0 ShadrackLine3d D: Shadrack Sometimes the pupil does surpass his master! SHADRACK_2_deepocean_003_004 4721 0 ShadrackLine3e D: Graham Why have you cursed my children? GRAHAM_2_deepocean_005_002 2490 0 GrahamLine5c D: Graham Do you have any ideas of the horrors that are contained in that box? GRAHAM_2_deepocean_005_003 4464 0 GrahamLine5d D: Graham Have you opened it? GRAHAM_2_deepocean_005_004 1543 0 GrahamLine5e D: Shadrack Oh! ...but I did not open it... SHADRACK_2_deepocean_004_000 2981 0 ShadrackLine4 D: Shadrack Your wife did! SHADRACK_2_deepocean_004_001 4186 0 ShadrackLine4b D: Graham Liar! Valanice would never do such a thing! GRAHAM_2_deepocean_006 3807 0 GrahamLine6 D: Shadrack Are you really so certain about what she would or would not do? SHADRACK_2_deepocean_005_000 4562 0 ShadrackLine5 D: Shadrack Oh, yes, I forget sometimes... You do not even know who she truly is, do you, Graham? SHADRACK_2_deepocean_005_001 8775 0 ShadrackLine5b D: Graham Enough of this. GRAHAM_2_deepocean_008_000 927 0 GrahamLine8 D: Shadrack Losing our temper? SHADRACK_2_deepocean_006 2175 0 ShadrackLine6 D: Graham I came here with a mission, and neither you nor your lies will stand in my way. GRAHAM_2_deepocean_008_001 5676 0 GrahamLine8b T: Shadrack Fight Part 4

0 0 0 2 D: Shadrack Meet my new army. SHADRACK_2_deepocean_008_000 2086 1000 ShadrackLine8 D: Shadrack And welcome to my game! SHADRACK_2_deepocean_008_001 2208 900 ShadrackLine8b T: Shadrack Fight Part 3b

0 0 0 2 D: Shadrack Mwa ha ha ha ha ha! SHADRACK_2_deepocean_007_000 3747 0 ShadrackLine7 D: Shadrack Wrong again. SHADRACK_2_deepocean_007_001 2835 0 ShadrackLine7b T: Shadrack Fight Part 5

0 0 0 2 D: Graham Hassan, go inside! And hold the ferry steady! GRAHAM_2_deepocean_011_000 3596 0 GrahamLine9 D: Graham This is between him and me! GRAHAM_2_deepocean_011_001 3019 0 GrahamLine9b T: Shadrack Fight Part 5a

0 0 0 1 D: Hassan Yes, Sire! HASSAN_2_deepocean_004 1697 0 HassanLine2 T: Shadrack Fight Part 6

0 0 0 3 D: Shadrack I am impressed, old man. SHADRACK_2_deepocean_017 2420 0 ShadrackLine9 D: Graham I warn you one last time: GRAHAM_2_deepocean_012_000 2126 0 GrahamLine10 D: Graham Stay out of my way and leave my family be! GRAHAM_2_deepocean_012_001 7882 0 GrahamLine10b T: Shadrack Fight Part 7a

0 0 0 1 D: Shadrack I see you are still strong. SHADRACK_2_deepocean_015 3714 0 ShadrackLine11 T: Shadrack Fight Part 7b

0 0 0 1 D: Graham I will always find the strength to defend my family! GRAHAM_2_deepocean_009 5994 0 GrahamLine11 T: Shadrack Fight Part 7c

0 0 0 5 D: Shadrack That is only if you still have a family to protect. SHADRACK_2_deepocean_016_000 4175 0 ShadrackLine12 D: Shadrack Listen to the echoes of the Prophecy. SHADRACK_2_deepocean_016_001 4314 0 ShadrackLine12b D: Shadrack It is here now. SHADRACK_2_deepocean_016_002 2073 0 ShadrackLine12c D: Shadrack It is time! SHADRACK_2_deepocean_016_003 1519 0 ShadrackLine12d D: Shadrack The wait is over! SHADRACK_2_deepocean_016_004 2165 0 ShadrackLine12e T: Shadrack Fight Part 7d

0 0 0 1 D: Shadrack We shall meet again, Graham, and you shall not fare so well next time... SHADRACK_2_deepocean_016_005 9088 0 ShadrackLine12f T: Shadrack Fight Part 8

0 0 0 2 D: Hassan Sire, who was that? HASSAN_2_deepocean_002 2984 0 HassanLine3 D: Graham That was the man who cursed Alexander and Rosella. GRAHAM_2_deepocean_010_000 1691 0 GrahamLine12 T: Shadrack Fight Part 9

0 0 0 4 D: Graham We must hurry. GRAHAM_2_deepocean_010_001 2414 0 GrahamLine12b D: Graham Now more than ever! GRAHAM_2_deepocean_010_002 0 0

D: Hassan No arguments here! HASSAN_2_deepocean_003_000 1340 0 HassanLine4 D: Hassan Let's get this ferry moving to the Isle of Mists! HASSAN_2_deepocean_003_001 0 0

T: Shadrack Fight Part 6a

0 0 0 3 D: Shadrack You know, Graham, it is I who is tired of your nauseating presence! SHADRACK_2_deepocean_018_000 5149 0 ShadrackLine10 D: Shadrack You should have never tempted fate to begin with. SHADRACK_2_deepocean_018_001 3563 0 ShadrackLine10b D: Shadrack You had time on your side then... SHADRACK_2_deepocean_018_002 3310 0 ShadrackLine10c T: Shadrack Fight Part 6b

0 0 0 2 D: Shadrack This time... I am stronger than time... SHADRACK_2_deepocean_018_003 4301 0 ShadrackLine10d D: Shadrack I am Eternity! SHADRACK_2_deepocean_018_004 3586 0 ShadrackLine10e T: Shadrack Laugh

0 0 0 1 D: Shadrack (laughs) SHADRACK_2_IoC_grahamroom_505 9700 0 ShadrackLine16 T: Pause

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator (Two minute pause -- right-click to skip)

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T: Ranger Empowers Graham Part 1a

0 0 0 1 D: Graham What-- what's happening? GRAHAM_4_OceanDeepOcean_003 0 0

T: Ranger Empowers Graham Part 1b

0 0 0 3 D: Ranger Your Majesty! RANGER_4_OceanDeepOcean_001 0 0

D: Ranger You need more power than you now have to defeat Shadrack. RANGER_4_OceanDeepOcean_002_000 0 0

D: Ranger Accept the Silver Lining as your own! RANGER_4_OceanDeepOcean_002_001 0 0

T: Ranger Empowers Graham Part 2

0 0 0 3 D: Ranger It is hope, Graham, pure hope. RANGER_4_OceanDeepOcean_003_000 0 0

D: Ranger Shadrack has reclaimed the power of the Black Cloaks, but this is your power, the power you once commanded! RANGER_4_OceanDeepOcean_003_001 0 0

D: Ranger And if you want to save your family and defeat Shadrack, you must take it up again! RANGER_4_OceanDeepOcean_003_002 0 0

T: Ranger Empowers Graham Part 3

0 0 0 2 D: Ranger These are symbols of hope to you, and with them you can channel the power of the Silver Lining. RANGER_4_OceanDeepOcean_004 0 0

D: Ranger The Silver Cloaks used such items to fight the Shadows a thousand years ago. RANGER_4_OceanDeepOcean_005_001 0 0

T: Ranger Empowers Graham Part 4

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator


0 0

D: Ranger The Amulet will shield you from his physical assault , but beware, it will not work against magical attacks. RANGER_4_OceanDeepOcean_005_006 0 0

T: Ranger Empowers Graham Part 4a

0 0 0 1 D: Ranger There--it is now an Amulet of Dreams. RANGER_4_OceanDeepOcean_005_000 0 0

T: Ranger Empowers Graham Part 4b

0 0 0 3 D: Ranger Use the amulet well--you can command it with your mind to choose between its different powers to aid you in your fight. RANGER_4_OceanDeepOcean_005_002 0 0 RangerAmuletLine10 D: Ranger Only after you have successfully avoided one of his attacks, it is then that you will get an opportunity to strike. RANGER_4_OceanDeepOcean_005_004 0 0 RangerAmuletLine11 D: Ranger

And remember, your powers and his are two sides of the same coin, and only some of your attacks will work against some of his.

RANGER_4_OceanDeepOcean_005_005 0 0 RangerAmuletLine12 T: Ranger Empowers Graham Part 5

0 0 0 3 D: Ranger I must part now. RANGER_4_OceanDeepOcean_006_000 0 0

D: Ranger I cannot withold this for too much longer. RANGER_4_OceanDeepOcean_006_001 0 0

D: Ranger I'll see you inside their dreams, in the realms of the Silver Cloaks. RANGER_4_OceanDeepOcean_008_001 0 0

T: Ranger Empowers Graham Part 6

0 0 0 1 D: Graham I'll meet you soon. GRAHAM_4_OceanDeepOcean_005 0 0

T: Ranger Empowers Graham Unused

0 0 0 7 D: Ranger Time your attacks well. RANGER_4_OceanDeepOcean_005_003 0 0

D: Ranger You'll have to dodge those, so make use of your defense wisely. RANGER_4_OceanDeepOcean_005_007 0 0

D: Ranger You are at a disadvantage here, Graham-- RANGER_4_OceanDeepOcean_005_008 0 0

D: Ranger Shadrack is more powerful and practiced than you are, but if you use these tools wisely, you may find an opening to attack him in return. RANGER_4_OceanDeepOcean_005_009 0 0

D: Graham Wait... who are you? GRAHAM_4_OceanDeepOcean_004 0 0

D: Ranger I'll explain when we next meet, I promise. RANGER_4_OceanDeepOcean_008_000 0 0

D: Narrator


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T: Tutorial - Part 1

0 0 0 3 D: Ranger Use the amulet well--you can command it with your mind to choose between its different powers to aid you in your fight. RANGER_4_OceanDeepOcean_005_002 0 0

D: Ranger The Amulet will shield you from his physical assault , but beware, it will not work against magical attacks. RANGER_4_OceanDeepOcean_005_006 0 0

D: Ranger You'll have to dodge those, so make use of your defense wisely. RANGER_4_OceanDeepOcean_005_007 0 0

T: Tutorial - Part 2

0 0 0 1 D: Ranger Only after you have successfully avoided one of his attacks, it is then that you will get an opportunity to strike. RANGER_4_OceanDeepOcean_005_004 0 0

T: Tutorial - Part 3

0 0 0 1 D: Ranger

And remember, your powers and his are two sides of the same coin, and only some of your attacks will work against some of his.

RANGER_4_OceanDeepOcean_005_005 0 0

TSL CONVERSATIONS: 1 2 C: Action - Look

12 T: Global

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Now that the skies are clear, Graham can get a better look at the docks here. NARRATOR_2_IoC_docks_001_000 4052 0

D: Narrator Sure enough, the simple wood held sure and strong throughout the storm, and Graham can see more clearly the sturdy moorings and the careful work put into this dock that otherwise seems so unassuming. NARRATOR_2_IoC_docks_001_001 13009 0

T: Hassan

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Hassan, the ferry captain, stands by his vessel, looking a little less downtrodden than he did the previous day. NARRATOR_2_IoC_docks_006 6915 0

T: GeoAnimFirstMate

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Hassan's first mate stands beside his captain, looking more upbeat, but still with a somewhat salty air. NARRATOR_2_IoC_docks_007 6389 0

T: Beach

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The ocean has the typical, mysterious, inviting blue of the sea. NARRATOR_2_IoC_docks_008_000 4398 0

D: Narrator Graham recalls Alexander's warning of the strong undertow and currents. NARRATOR_2_IoC_docks_008_001 3910 0

T: Bushes

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The bushes withstood the gales and the storm and remain standing today. NARRATOR_2_IoC_docks_015_000 4272 0

T: Boy

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The boy is trying his luck fishing off the edge of the dock. NARRATOR_2_IoC_docks_009_000_000 3385 0

D: Narrator However, he doesn't seem to have caught anything yet. NARRATOR_2_IoC_docks_009_000_001 2866 0

T: GeoAnimFerry

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham is amazed at the fine craftsmanship of this ferry. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_002_000 3519 0

D: Narrator Shamir, the genie, must have had extra help renovating this boat to have it come out looking like this! NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_002_001 6106 0

T: TicketBooth

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The old ferry of the Green Isles has turned into a formal business now. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_003 4359 0

T: Lighthouse

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator A lone lighthouse stands at the end of a sandy peninsula. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_004_000 3587 0

T: BonsaiTree

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator A little bonsai tree! NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_019_000 2387 0

D: Narrator I thought they only grew in Japan! NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_019_001 2387 0

D: Narrator And before you ask, Graham, Japan is where they make those great video games and... and anime! NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_019_002 6285 0

D: Narrator (sighs) Yeah, well, I didn't think it would help either. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_019_003 3972 0

T: Mountains

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator In the far distance, the mountains rise up to meet with the sky. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_021_000 3728 0

T: Ocean

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The ocean has the typical, mysterious, inviting blue of the sea. NARRATOR_2_IoC_docks_008_000 4398 0

D: Narrator Graham recalls Alexander's warning of the strong undertow and currents, and suppresses his nautical desires. NARRATOR_2_IoC_docks_008_001 3910 0

C: Action - Hand

9 T: FerryNight

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham can't waste any time. NARRATOR_2_IoC_docks_003_000 2290 0

D: Narrator He needs to speak with Valanice. NARRATOR_2_IoC_docks_003_001 2295 0

T: TicketBooth

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Hassan must have closed down the booth, considering Graham is renting the whole business. NARRATOR_2_IoC_docks_012_000 4901 0

T: Bushes

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham would hardly know how to begin tending for the bushes, aside from not having the time to do so. NARRATOR_2_IoC_docks_016_000 6066 0

T: Lighthouse

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham is not going to find the light he needs in there. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_015 3833 0

T: Beach

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham's willing to look into other avenues of travel before he risks swimming to the other isles! NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_016 6163 0

T: BonsaiTree

0 0 0 5 D: Narrator Leave the tree alone, Graham. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_020_000_000 2907 0

D: Narrator It could belong to a samurai... NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_020_000_001 2204 0

D: Narrator ...or a ninja! NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_020_001_000 1337 0

D: Narrator And he will come and slice you into pieces in a --in a YAWATAWATAAA move! NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_020_001_001 6077 0

D: Narrator Oh, yes! yes! yes he will! (panting). NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_020_001_002 4313 0

T: Mountains

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator If he can avoid going there, that would be much better. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_022_000 3771 0

D: Narrator They look cold, too. Brrr! NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_022_001 3068 0

T: Ocean

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham's willing to look into other avenues of travel before he risks swimming to the other isles! NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_016 6163 0

T: Bench

0 0 0 5 D: Narrator Hey, now, stop slacking, you! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_000 2566 0

D: Narrator You have a family to save and a huge evil to fight! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_001 2874 0

D: Narrator And I'm not gonna stand around here and wait until you're done taking a breather! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_002 3526 0

D: Narrator I mean, kings these days... NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_003 2560 0

D: Narrator They don't make them like they used to! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_004 1946 0

TSL CONVERSATIONS: 1 5 C: Action - Look

10 T: Global

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator The rain striking the plain wood planks of the docks draws Graham's eye to them. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_001_000 4121 0

D: Narrator The docks here at the Isle of the Crown are still fairly simple and small, but Graham can see that the wood is sound and sturdy for all that. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_001_001 7898 0

D: Narrator Alexander had told him that while the other Isles have had brand new docks built since he and Cassima began their reign, they've only been able to freshen the wood used on this one while they continue their plans for a newer and larger dock in the next few years. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_001_002 15291 0

T: GeoAnimFerry

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham is amazed at the fine craftsmanship of this ferry. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_002_000 3519 0

D: Narrator Shamir, the genie, must have had extra help renovating this boat to have it come out looking like this! NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_002_001 6106 0

T: TicketBooth

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The old ferry of the Green Isles has turned into a formal business now. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_003 4359 0

T: Lighthouse

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator A lone lighthouse stands at the end of a sandy peninsula. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_004_000 3587 0

D: Narrator Graham wishes that thing had been in operation when his son came to these islands. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_004_001 4356 0

D: Narrator Maybe Alexander wouldn't have nearly lost his life in that shipwreck then. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_004_002 4391 0

T: Hassan

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Hassan, the ferry captain, stands by his vessel, looking as gloomy as the weather. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_006 5712 0

T: FirstMate

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Hassan's first mate stands beside his captain, about as happy as a dead fish. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_007 5036 0

T: Beach

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator The ocean is steely gray today, and the waves are wilder than Graham has seen them in his stay here. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_008_000 6367 0

D: Narrator Considering the weather, none of this is surprising. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_008_001 2932 0

D: Narrator Still, the crashing waves in such contrast with yesterday's calm makes Graham wonder yet again exactly what manner of dark forces are at work here? NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_008_002 9023 0

D: Narrator Nature herself seems at war with the unnatural turn of events in the Isles. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_008_003 4807 0

T: Bushes

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The foliage is pushed roughly by the winds coming in off the shore. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_017_000 3728 0

D: Narrator Some of the gales are so forceful, Graham fears the bushes may get pulled up from the ground altogether! NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_017_001 5892 0

T: BonsaiTree

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator A little bonsai tree! NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_019_000 2387 0

D: Narrator I thought they only grew in Japan! NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_019_001 2387 0

D: Narrator And before you ask, Graham, Japan is where they make those great video games and... and anime! NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_019_002 6285 0

D: Narrator (sighs) Yeah, well, I didn't think it would help either. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_019_003 3972 0

T: Mountains

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator In the far distance, the mountains rise up to meet with the sky. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_021_000 3728 0

D: Narrator Graham has climbed quite a few of those in his day, and he particularly remembers the one in the lands of Serenia. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_021_001 6703 0

D: Narrator He remembers the freezing cold even more. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_021_002 3285 0

C: Action - Hand

10 T: TicketBooth

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator There's no one in it. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_014_000 1507 0

D: Narrator It would be just inhumane to have someone there in this foul weather. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_014_001 4106 0

D: Narrator But then Graham sees Hassan standing under the rain and thinks it may just be possible to get a ferry ride today after all. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_014_002 7314 0

T: Lighthouse

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham is not going to find the light he needs in there. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_015 3833 0

T: Beach

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham's willing to look into other avenues of travel before he risks swimming to the other isles! NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_016 6163 0

T: Bushes

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The bushes are agitated enough! NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_018_000 2683 0

D: Narrator Now is not the time for pruning the branches! NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_018_001 2955 0

T: BonsaiTree

0 0 0 5 D: Narrator Leave the tree alone, Graham. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_020_000_000 2907 0

D: Narrator It could belong to a samurai... NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_020_000_001 2204 0

D: Narrator ... or a ninja! NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_020_001_000 1337 0

D: Narrator And he will come and slice you into pieces in a --in a YAWATAWATAAA move! NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_020_001_001 6077 0

D: Narrator Oh, yes! yes! yes he will! (panting). NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_020_001_002 4313 0

T: Mountains

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator If he can avoid going there, that would be much better. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_022_000 3771 0

D: Narrator They look cold, too. Brrr! NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_022_001 3068 0

T: FerryUnpaid

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham hasn't paid for a ride on the ferry yet. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_012 3457 0

T: TicketboothNoHassan

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator There's no one in it. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_014_000 1507 0

D: Narrator It would be just inhumane to have someone there in this foul weather. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_014_001 4106 0

T: Dive

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The currents are very strong! NARRATOR_general_100_000 1847 0

T: Bench

0 0 0 5 D: Narrator Hey, now, stop slacking, you! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_000 2566 0

D: Narrator You have a family to save and a huge evil to fight! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_001 2874 0

D: Narrator And I'm not gonna stand around here and wait until you're done taking a breather! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_002 3526 0

D: Narrator I mean, kings these days... NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_003 2560 0

D: Narrator They don't make them like they used to! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_004 1946 0

C: FirstMate

1 T: FirstMate

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The first mate looks sour and in a very un-talkative mood. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_009 4660 0

C: Hassan

7 T: First time greetings

0 0 0 3 D: Graham Greetings... Hassan, isn't it? GRAHAM_1_IoC_docks_001 1926 0 GrahamLine1 D: Hassan Yes. HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_001_000 481 0 HassanLine1 D: Hassan What business do you have with me? HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_001_001 1833 0 HassanLine1b T: Second time greetings

0 0 0 2 D: Graham Hello again, Captain. GRAHAM_1_IoC_docks_002 966 0 GrahamLine2 D: Hassan Ahoy there. HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_002 837 0 HassanLine2 T: GreetAfterRental

0 0 0 1 D: Hassan Ready to sail? HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_003 1189 0 HassanLine2b T: FerrySecond

0 0 0 6 D: Graham Please, I just need to borrow your ferry for a short time. GRAHAM_1_IoC_docks_014_000 3010 0 GrahamLine14 D: Graham It won't be very long, I promise. GRAHAM_1_IoC_docks_014_001 1716 0 GrahamLine14b D: Hassan Do you think I'll let my Queen in the hands of a stranger? HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_013_000 2858 0 HassanLine13 D: Hassan Over my dead body! HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_013_001 2538 0 HassanLine13b D: Graham But I am the King's father! GRAHAM_1_IoC_docks_015 1625 0 GrahamLine15 D: Hassan And I am the Sea Nymphs' lost niece. HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_014 3071 0 HassanLine14 T: FerryAfterCoin

0 0 0 10 D: Graham Now will you let me borrow your ferry, Hassan? GRAHAM_1_IoC_docks_016 2265 0 GrahamLine16 D: Hassan Oh, I'm deeply sorry, Graham, but I just can't do that. HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_015_000 4676 0 HassanLine15 D: Hassan I am the only one who drives this vessel. HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_015_001 2152 0 HassanLine15b D: Graham Will you take me then? GRAHAM_1_IoC_docks_017 1280 0 GrahamLine17 D: Hassan You must understand that this is my business. HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_016_000 2676 0 HassanLine16 D: Hassan I wish I could take you on a free ride but there's the crew to pay, maintenance to do, food to buy, and then there's all these other things... HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_016_001 8388 0 HassanLine16b D: Graham I get the point. GRAHAM_1_IoC_docks_018 1133 0 GrahamLine18 D: Hassan Aren't we moody today? HASSAN_1_IoC_dockS_017 1503 0 HassanLine17 D: Graham I really need that ferry. GRAHAM_1_IoC_docks_019 1526 0 GrahamLine19 D: Hassan And I said I'm sorry. HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_018 2391 0 HassanLine18 T: Topics

0 0 3 0 T: Stranger

0 0 0 12 D: Graham Do you have any idea who that stranger was who cast that dark spell on both Alexander and Rosella? GRAHAM_1_IoC_docks_003 4494 0 GrahamLine3 D: Hassan Stranger? HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_004_000 864 0 HassanLine4 D: Hassan Sorry, friend, but the crowd was so riled up, I couldn't see a thing. I frankly don't want to get involved with something that nasty. HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_004_001 6897 0 HassanLine4b D: Graham Even if it might mean restoring the health of your king? GRAHAM_1_IoC_docks_004 2335 0 GrahamLine4 D: Hassan Now look, don't get me wrong, but I don't stick my head where it don't belong. HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_005_000 4002 0 HassanLine5 D: Hassan My way is the way of the sea and the tides. HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_005_001 3089 0 HassanLine5b D: Hassan Mysterious strangers... I'm not going there. HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_005_002 3078 0 HassanLine5c D: Hassan It would either take someone real brave or real stupid to go after a fella like that. HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_005_003 5322 0 HassanLine5d D: Graham Or someone deeply disturbed by the status of the King and his sister, huh? GRAHAM_1_IoC_docks_005 3694 0 GrahamLine5 D: Hassan You do whatcha have to do. HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_006_000 1771 0 HassanLine6 D: Hassan We all have our place in life. HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_006_001 1734 0 HassanLine6b D: Hassan Like I said, mine is the sea. HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_006_002 2740 0 HassanLine6c T: Business

0 0 1 8 T: Business' Status

0 0 1 11 T: Ferry GrahamCanGiveCoin 0 0 0 10 D: Graham Can you please let me borrow your ferry for a while? GRAHAM_1_IoC_docks_011 2867 0 GrahamLine11 D: Hassan What?! HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_010 667 0 HassanLine10 D: Graham It's very important, both for the King and his sister. GRAHAM_1_IoC_docks_012 2511 0 GrahamLine12 D: Hassan Oh no! HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_011_000 849 0 HassanLine11 D: Hassan My business is hanging by a thread as it is, and I don't need your help in cutting it loose, stranger. HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_011_001 5762 0 HassanLine11b D: Graham But I'm not a stranger, I'm the King's father! GRAHAM_1_IoC_docks_013_000 2476 0 GrahamLine13 D: Graham And I need your ferry so that I can get to another island to speak to someone who can help my children! GRAHAM_1_IoC_docks_013_001 4662 0 GrahamLine13b D: Hassan Very touching. HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_012_000 1304 0 HassanLine12 D: Hassan But I'm afraid your story sounds like a tale of the high seas. HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_012_001 3603 0 HassanLine12b D: Hassan You don't look like much more than a local villager. HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_012_002 2920 0 HassanLine12c D: Graham Who would want to travel with the recent events? GRAHAM_1_IoC_docks_008 2464 0 GrahamLine8 D: Hassan Aye, business could be better, friend, could always be better. HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_008_000 3656 0 HassanLine8 D: Hassan We were barely scraping by as it was, and then this tragedy had to happen. HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_008_001 4708 0 HassanLine8b D: Hassan I'm in danger of losing my crew because I can't afford to pay them their wages! HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_008_002 4377 0 HassanLine8c D: Hassan I sure hope both the weather and the King get better soon so I don't end up out of business again. HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_008_003 6167 0 HassanLine8d D: Graham And so that people don't have to rely on magic maps to travel around here. GRAHAM_1_IoC_docks_009 3051 0 GrahamLine9 D: Hassan Terrible times, my friend, terrible times. HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_009_000 3062 0 HassanLine9 D: Hassan I made the promise that I would never go out of business again. HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_009_001 3232 0 HassanLine9b D: Hassan I just can't take being stranded on land. HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_009_002 2606 0 HassanLine9c D: Hassan I get landsick, you know? HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_009_003 1964 0 HassanLine9d D: Graham For someone like you, yes, I can understand. GRAHAM_1_IoC_docks_010 2041 0 GrahamLine10 D: Graham Why haven't you closed up your business like the rest of the town? GRAHAM_1_IoC_docks_006 2421 0 GrahamLine6 D: Hassan Why? HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_007_000 821 0 HassanLine7 D: Hassan I'll tell you why: HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_007_001 1610 0 HassanLine7b D: Hassan People can wait a day or two to buy or borrow books or pawn their valuables, but when it comes to businesses like mine, we've got to stay open every day, rain or shine. HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_007_002 10038 0 HassanLine7c D: Hassan When people have gotta get somewhere, this is the one place that's always open. HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_007_003 4009 0 HassanLine7d D: Hassan And believe me, I'm really sorry about what happened at the castle today, but I can't leave my ferry. HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_007_004 5947 0 HassanLine7e D: Hassan You never know when someone's going to show up and ask to be boated over to the Isle of Wonder or somewheres else. HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_007_005 6419 0 HassanLine7f D: Hassan People's always got to be somewhere sometime. HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_007_006 3216 0 HassanLine7g T: Goodbye

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Thank you for talking with me. GRAHAM_2_IoC_docks_031 1236 0

T: After Paying

0 0 0 5 D: Hassan Where are we going? HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_026 1111 0 HassanLine30 D: Graham To the Isle of the Sacred! GRAHAM_1_IoC_docks_027 1599 0 GrahamLine30 D: Hassan Ah, the uppity Winged Ones. HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_027_000 3053 0 HassanLine31 D: Hassan I don't think you'll get far, but hey, it's your call. HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_027_001 3159 0 HassanLine31b D: Hassan Guys, get ready! We are sailing off to the Isle of the Sacred. HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_027_002 5017 0 HassanLine31c C: Action - Use

8 T: Before GrahamCanGiveCoin

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Why would Graham want to do that? NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_010 2405 0

T: After GrahamCanGiveCoin Part 1 GrahamCanRentFerry 0 0 0 1 D: Graham Does this convince you that I am who I say I am? GRAHAM_1_IoC_docks_020 2634 0 GrahamLine20 T: After GrahamCanGiveCoin Part 2

0 0 0 10 D: Hassan What's this? HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_019_000 837 0 HassanLine22 D: Hassan Daventry? HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_019_001 2139 0 HassanLine22b D: Hassan My word! HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_019_002 1733 0 HassanLine22c D: Hassan It's you! HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_019_003 1163 0 HassanLine22d D: Hassan My humblest apologies, Sire, I had no idea... HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_019_004 4751 0 HassanLine22e D: Graham Don't worry yourself over it. GRAHAM_1_IoC_docks_021_000 1394 0 GrahamLine21 D: Graham That's what I get for dressing like this everywhere I go. GRAHAM_1_IoC_docks_021_001 2984 0 GrahamLine21b D: Hassan I actually thought it was fine attire, Sir... HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_020 2666 0 HassanLine23 D: Graham Just call me Graham, and keep the coin. GRAHAM_1_IoC_docks_022 2166 0 GrahamLine22 D: Hassan Thank you, Graham. HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_021 1320 0 HassanLine24 T: Before CanRentFerry

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham would be better off if this man knew for certain who he was first. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_011 4960 0

T: After CanRentFerry

0 0 0 3 D: Graham Would this gold be sufficient payment for buying your business? GRAHAM_1_IoC_docks_023 3003 0 GrahamLine23 D: Hassan Hmm... How much is that? HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_022 2548 0 HassanLine25 D: Graham It should be enough to keep you in business for at least a week. GRAHAM_1_IoC_docks_024_000 2629 0 GrahamLine24 T: After CanRentFerry part 2

0 0 0 10 D: Hassan In the name of the seven seas, this is... HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_023_000 2449 0 HassanLine26 D: Hassan A-hem, as much money as you may think this is, I've got my crew to support, myself to support... HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_023_001 7360 0 HassanLine26b D: Hassan But on the other hand, if it weren't for your son, I wouldn't have such a thriving business in the first place... HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_023_002 6969 0 HassanLine26c D: Graham I have more gold. I'll pay whatever it takes. GRAHAM_1_IoC_docks_025 2122 0 GrahamLine25 D: Hassan Alright, alright. Your story has touched me. HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_024_000 3170 0 HassanLine26 D: Hassan I'll rent her to you for two days for this quantity, just out of respect for my king. HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_024_001 5537 0 HassanLine26b D: Hassan But that's two days, no more. HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_024_002 2614 0 HassanLine26c D: Hassan If the third morning comes and you still need her, I'll expect a little more than what you're paying. HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_024_003 5214 0 HassanLine26d D: Graham Thank you, Captain. GRAHAM_1_IoC_docks_026 1095 0 GrahamLine26 D: Hassan Whenever you're ready. HASSAN_1_IoC_docks_025 1098 0 HassanLine27 T: After CanRentFerry part 1

0 0 0 1 D: Graham And if it's not, I've got more. GRAHAM_1_IoC_docks_024_001 1704 0 GrahamLine24b T: Ferry not here

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham heard that he would find the ferry here but, alas, it is nowhere to be found. Perhaps he should explore the castle further for clues while he gives the ferryman some time to return. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_023 10564 0

TSL CONVERSATIONS: 1 2 C: Action - Look

10 T: Global

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The rain striking the plain wood planks of the docks draws Graham's eye to them. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_001_000 4121 0

D: Narrator The docks here at the Isle of the Crown are still fairly simple and small, but Graham can see that the wood is sound and sturdy for all that. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_001_001 7898 0

T: GeoAnimFerry

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham is amazed at the fine craftsmanship of this ferry. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_002_000 3519 0

D: Narrator Shamir, the genie, must have had extra help renovating this boat to have it come out looking like this! NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_002_001 6106 0

T: TicketBooth

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The old ferry of the Green Isles has turned into a formal business now. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_003 4359 0

T: Lighthouse

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator A lone lighthouse stands at the end of the sandy peninsula. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_004_000 4356 0

T: Hassan

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Hassan, the ferry captain, stands by his vessel, looking as gloomy as the weather. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_006 5712 0

T: FirstMate

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Hassan's first mate stands beside his captain, about as happy as a dead fish. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_007 5036 0

T: Beach

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The ocean is steely gray today, and the waves are wilder than Graham has seen them in his stay here. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_008_000 6367 0

D: Narrator Considering the weather, none of this is surprising. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_008_001 2932 0

T: Bushes

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The foliage is pushed roughly by the winds coming in off the shore. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_017_000 3728 0

T: BonsaiTree

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator A little bonsai tree! NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_019_000 2387 0

D: Narrator I thought they only grew in Japan! NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_019_001 2387 0

D: Narrator And before you ask, Graham, Japan is where they make those great video games and... and anime! NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_019_002 6285 0

D: Narrator (sighs) Yeah, well, I didn't think it would help either. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_019_003 3972 0

T: Mountains

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator In the far distance, the mountains rise up to meet with the sky. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_021_000 3728 0

C: Action - Hand

10 T: TicketBooth

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator There's no one in it. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_014_000 1507 0

D: Narrator It would be just inhumane to have someone there in this foul weather. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_014_001 4106 0

D: Narrator But then Graham sees Hassan standing under the rain and thinks it may just be possible to get a ferry ride today after all. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_014_002 7314 0

T: Lighthouse

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham is not going to find the light he needs in there. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_015 3833 0

T: Beach

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham's willing to look into other avenues of travel before he risks swimming to the other isles! NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_016 6163 0

T: Bushes

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Now is not the time for pruning the branches! NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_018_001 2955 0

T: BonsaiTree

0 0 0 5 D: Narrator Leave the tree alone, Graham. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_020_000_000 2907 0

D: Narrator It could belong to a samurai... NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_020_000_001 2204 0

D: Narrator ... or a ninja! NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_020_001_000 1337 0

D: Narrator And he will come and slice you into pieces in a --in a YAWATAWATAAA move! NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_020_001_001 6077 0

D: Narrator Oh, yes! yes! yes he will! (panting). NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_020_001_002 4313 0

T: Mountains

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator If he can avoid going there, that would be much better. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_022_000 3771 0

T: FerryUnpaid

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham hasn't paid for a ride on the ferry yet. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_012 3457 0

T: TicketboothNoHassan

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator There's no one in it. NARRATOR_1_IoC_docks_014_000 1507 0

T: Dive

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The currents are very strong! NARRATOR_general_100_000 1847 0

T: Bench

0 0 0 5 D: Narrator Hey, now, stop slacking, you! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_000 2566 0

D: Narrator You have a family to save and a huge evil to fight! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_001 2874 0

D: Narrator And I'm not gonna stand around here and wait until you're done taking a breather! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_002 3526 0

D: Narrator I mean, kings these days... NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_003 2560 0

D: Narrator They don't make them like they used to! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_004 1946 0

TSL CONVERSATIONS: 1 4 C: Action - Look

16 T: Global

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator An atmosphere of pain surrounds Graham. NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahamroom_001_000 2811 0

D: Narrator First his children, now Valanice... NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahamroom_001_001 3471 0

D: Narrator Is there no end to this? NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahamroom_001_002 2579 0

T: BalconyDoors

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Even when Graham prefers the balcony doors open, he shut them tight in fear of Valanice's actions. NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahamroom_002 6784 0

T: BalconyWall

0 0 0 9 D: Narrator As Graham steps outside, he relives the terrifying scene that took place here with Valanice in his mind. NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahamroom_016_000 5758 0 BalconyLine1 D: Narrator But what was going through her mind? NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahamroom_016_001 3247 0 BalconyLine2 D: Narrator Graham is somehow certain that there must be more to this... NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahamroom_016_002 2977 0 BalconyLine3 D: Narrator It cannot be just the tragedy that has befallen their children. NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahamroom_016_003 3907 0 BalconyLine4 D: Narrator Even when Alexander was taken away as an infant she did withdraw in her grief, but she never lost control of herself. NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahamroom_016_004 7316 0 BalconyLine5 D: Narrator And years later, she was strong enough to follow Rosella into Etheria, and to work with her daughter to save that land and bring them both home again. NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahamroom_016_005 8052 0 BalconyLine6 D: Narrator Graham feels so certain that his wife has the strength to help him see this through, and yet... NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahamroom_016_006 6075 0 BalconyLine7 D: Narrator The look in her eyes, her voice, it was like someone else entirely. NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahamroom_016_007 4445 0 BalconyLine8 D: Narrator It could be that this time both their children have been stricken, but it feels like there is something more, much more, to all of this. NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahamroom_016_008 9444 0 BalconyLine9 T: Balcony

0 0 0 5 D: Narrator Memories of quiet evening chats with Valanice, while they enjoyed the cool breeze coming in off the ocean, come to Graham's mind as he looks at the balcony. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_014_000 8224 0

D: Narrator Things were so perfect, simple and calm so recently, yet it seems like weeks or months ago. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_014_001 8956 0

D: Narrator And things do not seem to get any better. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_014_002 3299 0

D: Narrator On the contrary, they are getting much, much worse. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_014_003 4618 0

D: Narrator Graham must work quickly to fix what's happened here. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_014_004 3336 0

T: BalconyOrnaments

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator After Valanice almost fell off the balcony, Alexander's jokes about Cassima and Sing Sing do not bring the light chuckling that they did when Graham remembered them yesterday. NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahamroom_015 10547 0

T: Carpet

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The craftwork of this carpet is so rich and detailed that Graham almost feels guilty when stepping on it, for fear of ruining it somehow. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_004 8758 0

T: Windows

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator While they are eye-catching, these windows would never match the crystal clear view of the ocean available when they are open. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_005 7088 0

T: Torches

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator If not for the light they provide, Graham would tell the servants not to light these torches. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_022_000 4563 0

D: Narrator The weather in the Green Isles is more than warm enough for Graham. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_022_001 3628 0

T: Dresser

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Valanice's clothes occupy most of it. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_007 2648 0

D: Graham That says a lot about my fashion style. GRAHAM_1_IoC_grahamroom_001 2135 0

D: Narrator Please note, dear player, that I didn't say that myself. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_008 4237 0

T: Trunk

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator These have always come in handy for Graham to store his valuable items in. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_010 4759 0

T: Mirror

0 0 3 0 T: Mirror Part 1

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Valanice, Cassima, and the maids dressed Rosella in this room. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_006_000 4579 0 MirrorLine1 T: Mirror Part 2

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham remembers how she looked at herself in the mirror, breathtakingly beautiful in her splendorous white wedding gown. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_006_001 7115 0 MirrorLine2 T: Mirror Part 3

0 0 0 1 D: Graham (sighs) GRAHAM_Sighs 1292 0 MirrorLine3 T: ValaniceBeforeForest

0 0 0 5 D: Narrator Valanice... sweet Valanice... NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahamroom_004_000 4467 0

D: Narrator Graham will always remember the day he first saw her in the magic mirror. NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahamroom_004_001 4467 0

D: Narrator She was so young and even though she was trapped in that horrible tower, she emanated a beauty that Graham has only seen again in the face of his daughter. NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahamroom_004_002 9252 0

D: Narrator It was fate that brought him to her, and so he is eternally grateful to the threads of destiny... NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahamroom_004_003 6316 0

D: Narrator He could not imagine his life without her, and can only hope that she is strong enough to overcome this while he cannot be at her side to protect her. NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahamroom_004_004 9596 0

T: ValaniceAfterForest

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Graham still cannot believe Valanice is of druid heritage. NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahamroom_005_000 4359 0

D: Narrator How? NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahamroom_005_001 828 0

D: Narrator And why she has never mentioned it? NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahamroom_005_002 2863 0

T: HallwayDoor

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The door leads back to the main hall of the castle. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_043 2833 0

T: Screen

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Cassima told Valanice this was her favorite dressing screen. NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahambedroom_100_000 3452 0

D: Narrator It was a gift given to her for her sixteenth birthday. NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahambedroom_100_001 3517 0

D: Narrator The Queen was so nice to place it in Graham and Valanice's room for the duration of their stay. NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahambedroom_100_002 5889 0

T: BalconyDoorsOpen

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Valanice adored the exquisite stained-glass windows. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_016_000 3507 0

D: Narrator She asked Cassima about them a few nights ago, when they went to have dinner at the village inn, wondering if it would be possible to have some made for a few windows at Castle Daventry. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_016_001 10365 0

C: Action - Hand

12 T: Balcony

0 0 0 5 D: Narrator Graham hates to even consider that his wife would've tried to throw herself from this balcony. NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahamroom_014_000 6081 0

D: Narrator Not truly... NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahamroom_014_001 1296 0

D: Narrator Even grief-stricken as she is, it makes no sense... NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahamroom_014_002 3524 0

D: Narrator This just isn't the Valanice he knows and loves so well. NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahamroom_014_003 3749 0

D: Narrator What is happening to his family? NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahamroom_014_004 2209 0

T: Bed

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator There is no way that Graham will lay in a bed knowing that his children need him. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_020 5313 0

T: Carpet

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The details on this carpet were completely done by hand. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_034_000 3983 0

D: Narrator It's incredibly rich, and very durable, still looking brand new despite having been in this room for years. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_034_001 7224 0

T: Torches

0 0 0 4 D: Graham Woah! GRAHAM_SFX_001 901 0

D: Narrator (laughs) NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahambedroom_102 4888 0

D: Graham Hey! GRAHAM_2_IoC_villagebtm_021 524 0 GrahamTorchLine D: Narrator What? I can't help but laugh at you when you're being dense, Graham! NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahambedroom_103 5460 0

T: Dresser

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham does not feel like wearing anything from there. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_024_000 2920 0

D: Narrator His adventuring attire will do fine. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_024_001 2548 0

T: Mirror

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator There is no way that Graham will bring the memories out of this mirror by touching it. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_023_000 4707 0

D: Narrator Sadly, all he would manage to do is smudge it with his fingerprints. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_023_001 5188 0

D: Narrator He will not find Rosella, or her joyous laughter, in there. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_023_002 5117 0

T: Trunk

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator There's nothing else in there that Graham will find useful. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_012 2937 0

T: Valanice

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham prefers not to disturb Valanice's sleep, especially not after what just happened. NARRATOR_2_IoC_GrahamBedroom_006 3797 2000

T: Screen

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham doesn't need to change clothes again. NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahambedroom_101_000 2221 0

D: Narrator He's quite comfortable in his adventuring outfit. NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahambedroom_101_001 3328 0

T: ValaniceCrownBefore

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham could take Valanice's crown, but before he has a very good reason for it, he would rather not disturb her sleep. NARRATOR_3_IoC_GrahamBedroom_001 7802 0

T: ValaniceCrownAfter

0 0 0 1 D: Graham I am sorry, my love, but I need this to save our children. GRAHAM_3_IoC_GrahamBedroom_081 4035 0 GrahamValaniceCrown1 T: ValaniceCrownAfterTower

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator What did just happen? Things are getting stranger by the minute! NARRATOR_3_Ocean_ValaniceTower_081 3989 0 GrahamValaniceCrown2 C: Cutscenes

10 T: Shadrack Sequence Part 1

0 0 0 2 D: Shadrack Valanice... SHADRACK_2_IoC_grahamroom_501_000_000 1898 0 ShadrackLine1 D: Shadrack My sweet little Valanice... SHADRACK_2_IoC_grahamroom_501_000_001 4228 0 ShadrackLine1b T: Shadrack Sequence Part 2

0 0 0 11 D: Shadrack Remember me? SHADRACK_2_IoC_grahamroom_501_001 2642 0 ShadrackLine2 D: Shadrack Valanice... SHADRACK_2_IoC_grahamroom_501_002_000 2349 0 ShadrackLine3 D: Shadrack Remember the tower... SHADRACK_2_IoC_grahamroom_501_002_001 2915 0 ShadrackLine3b D: Shadrack Your prison? SHADRACK_2_IoC_grahamroom_501_002_002 1924 0 ShadrackLine3c D: Shadrack Is it that terrible to remember? SHADRACK_2_IoC_grahamroom_501_003 4739 0 ShadrackLine4 D: Shadrack Have you ever told your king about it? SHADRACK_2_IoC_grahamroom_501_004 4596 0 ShadrackLine5 D: Shadrack Oh, I forgot... you lied! SHADRACK_2_IoC_grahamroom_501_005 3121 0 ShadrackLine6 D: Shadrack Perhaps you know not... Perhaps you forgot... SHADRACK_2_IoC_grahamroom_501_006 4293 0 ShadrackLine7 D: Shadrack But time is changing, Valanice... SHADRACK_2_IoC_grahamroom_501_007 2948 0 ShadrackLine8 D: Shadrack ...time... only time... SHADRACK_2_IoC_grahamroom_501_008 2993 0 ShadrackLine9 D: Shadrack And time will bring you back, Valanice! SHADRACK_2_IoC_grahamroom_501_009 2665 0 ShadrackLine10 T: Shadrack Sequence Part 3

0 0 0 3 D: Shadrack Back... Back to all the memories that you wanted to be rid of... SHADRACK_2_IoC_grahamroom_501_010 6583 0 ShadrackLine11 D: Shadrack Back to everything that you were forced to forget! SHADRACK_2_IoC_grahamroom_501_011 4410 0 ShadrackLine12 D: Shadrack Back to everything you chose to forget... SHADRACK_2_IoC_grahamroom_501_012 6309 0 ShadrackLine13 T: Shadrack Sequence Part 4

0 0 0 2 D: Shadrack ...because a good-hearted queen cannot have any dirty little secrets... SHADRACK_2_IoC_grahamroom_501_013 6392 0 ShadrackLine14 D: Shadrack ...can she, Valanice?! SHADRACK_2_IoC_grahamroom_501_014 2707 0 ShadrackLine15 T: Shadrack Laugh

0 0 0 1 D: Shadrack (laughs) SHADRACK_2_IoC_grahamroom_505 9700 0 ShadrackLine16 T: Valanice Sleeps

0 0 0 9 D: Graham Valanice... do you remember when we first met? Graham_2_Valanice_Sleeps-01 11846 0 ValaniceSleepsShot03 D: Graham You said that you had been dreaming of a moment like that for as long as you were in that tower. At the same time, you never imagined it was going to be so beautiful. Graham_2_Valanice_Sleeps-02 8442 0 ValaniceSleepsShot04 D: Graham You also said that you wished that it could last forever. Graham_2_Valanice_Sleeps-03 4905 0 ValaniceSleepsShot05 D: Graham And I made you a promise. Graham_2_Valanice_Sleeps-04 1869 0 ValaniceSleepsShot06 D: Graham And I made you a promise.

0 1090 ValaniceSleepsShot07 D: Graham I promised you I would keep this dream alive. Graham_2_Valanice_Sleeps-05 4171 0 ValaniceSleepsShot08 D: Graham ...I'm sorry I haven't been able to do so. Graham_2_Valanice_Sleeps-06 2470 0 ValaniceSleepsShot09 D: Graham And one day, I will disappear... and what is to become of you? What is to become of our children, of my family? Graham_2_Valanice_Sleeps-07 8409 0 ValaniceSleepsShot10 D: Graham Valanice, I'll stop this nightmare. I'll mend this path so you may dream forever, my love! I made you a promise, and I'll never break it for as long as I am alive! Graham_2_Valanice_Sleeps-08 11879 0 ValaniceSleepsShot11 T: Can You See Part 1

0 0 0 7 D: ValaniceDay2 There are billions of stars out there... 230_Can_You_See_001_000 0 0

D: ValaniceDay2 ...yet the sky is still so dark. 230_Can_You_See_001_001 0 0

D: ValaniceDay2 Can you see, Graham? 230_Can_You_See_001_002 0 0

D: ValaniceDay2 Can you see how dark it is? 230_Can_You_See_001_003 0 0

D: Graham Maybe you could find a brighter horizon -- here. 230_Can_You_See_002 3604 0

D: ValaniceDay2 It's brighter out there, but I don't blame you. 230_Can_You_See_003 0 0

D: Graham They are going to be alright, even if we both find it hard to believe. 230_Can_You_See_004 3904 0

T: Can You See Part 2

0 0 0 33 D: ValaniceDay2 Have you ever feared your past? 230_Can_You_See_005 0 0

D: Graham Sometimes, yes. 230_Can_You_See_006_000 1602 0

D: Graham It's hard not to relate -- I know what's going through your mind. We didn't lose them again. 230_Can_You_See_006_001 5706 0

D: Graham They are here, only their minds are elsewhere. 230_Can_You_See_006_002 3037 0

D: ValaniceDay2 How do you deal with the past? 230_Can_You_See_007_000 0 0

D: ValaniceDay2 Do you just turn away? 230_Can_You_See_007_001 0 0

D: ValaniceDay2 Do you run? 230_Can_You_See_007_002 0 0

D: Graham The past is a terrible place to live, Valanice... 230_Can_You_See_008_000 2670 0

D: Graham ...but as terrible as it may be, we sometimes have to face it. 230_Can_You_See_008_001 4105 0

D: ValaniceDay2 Aren't you afraid you will find something.. That wouldn't fit? 230_Can_You_See_009_000 0 0

D: ValaniceDay2 A piece missing that's not.. 230_Can_You_See_009_001 0 0

D: ValaniceDay2 ...very pleasant? 230_Can_You_See_009_002 0 0

D: Graham It's the past. 230_Can_You_See_010_000 1135 0

D: Graham You can't let it haunt you because of the what-ifs and what-if-nots. 230_Can_You_See_010_001 3838 0

D: Graham You have to let it go. 230_Can_You_See_010_002 2403 0

D: Graham Alexander has not been taken from us. 230_Can_You_See_010_003 2903 0

D: ValaniceDay2 I'm afraid to do that. 230_Can_You_See_011_000 0 0

D: ValaniceDay2 To... face it. 230_Can_You_See_011_001 0 0

D: Graham We could be brave enough not to fear even the incredible. 230_Can_You_See_012_000 2803 0

D: Graham I'm sorry if I haven't been here. 230_Can_You_See_012_001 2870 0

D: Graham Did you sleep well? 230_Can_You_See_012_002 1068 0

D: ValaniceDay2 How are they? 230_Can_You_See_013 0 0

D: Graham I'm working on it. 230_Can_You_See_014_000 1802 0

D: Graham I came to ask you something. 230_Can_You_See_014_001 3704 0

D: Graham I need you to ask Shamir to take them back to Daventry. 230_Can_You_See_014_002 3804 0

D: ValaniceDay2 Why? What's wrong with this place? 230_Can_You_See_015 0 0

D: Graham Nothing. But I can't explain. 230_Can_You_See_016_000 2403 0

D: Graham I must return to the Isle of the Druids. 230_Can_You_See_016_001 2570 0

D: Graham I just wanted to see how you were doing, and I needed to tell you this personally. 230_Can_You_See_016_002 3671 0

D: ValaniceDay2 I shall talk to Shamir. 230_Can_You_See_017 0 0

D: Graham I'll be on my way. 230_Can_You_See_018_000 1836 0

D: Graham I'll see you at home. 230_Can_You_See_018_001 1936 0

D: Graham I'll be there shortly after you arrive. 230_Can_You_See_018_002 2069 0

T: Can You See Part 3

0 0 0 7 D: Graham Uh, Valanice? 230_Can_You_See_019 2603 0

D: ValaniceDay2 Yes? 230_Can_You_See_020 0 0

D: Graham I was in the druid's... 230_Can_You_See_021 1936 0

D: ValaniceDay2 Yes? 230_Can_You_See_022 0 0

D: Graham It's nothing. 230_Can_You_See_023_000 1736 0

D: Graham Remain close to our children. Don't leave them alone for too long. 230_Can_You_See_023_001 6240 0

D: ValaniceDay2 I don't know if I can... 230_Can_You_See_024 0 0

T: GetRidofStuff

0 0 0 1 D: Graham My pockets are getting a little heavy--I'll just put a few of these things away for now. Graham_3_IoC_GrahamBedroom_200 0 0

C: Action - Use

2 T: Candle

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator That's strange... the candle won't light. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_100 2642 0

T: CandleLit

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The candle's already lit! NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_101 1982 0

TSL CONVERSATIONS: 1 1 C: Cutscenes

17 T: Can You See Part 1

0 0 0 7 D: ValaniceDay3 There are billions of stars out there... 230_Can_You_See_001_000 4038 0

D: ValaniceDay3 ...yet the sky is still so dark. 230_Can_You_See_001_001 3671 0

D: ValaniceDay3 Can you see, Graham? 230_Can_You_See_001_002 2670 0

D: ValaniceDay3 Can you see how dark it is? 230_Can_You_See_001_003 2837 0

D: Graham Maybe you could find a brighter horizon -- here. 230_Can_You_See_002 3604 0

D: ValaniceDay3 It's brighter out there, but I don't blame you. 230_Can_You_See_003 3471 0

D: Graham They are going to be alright, even if we both find it hard to believe. 230_Can_You_See_004 3904 0

T: Can You See Part 2

0 0 0 4 D: ValaniceDay3 Have you ever feared your past? 230_Can_You_See_005 2470 0

D: Graham Sometimes, yes. 230_Can_You_See_006_000 1602 0

D: Graham It's hard not to relate -- I know what's going through your mind. We didn't lose them again. 230_Can_You_See_006_001 5706 0

D: Graham They are here, only their minds are elsewhere. 230_Can_You_See_006_002 3037 0

T: Can You See Part 2b

0 0 0 5 D: ValaniceDay3 How do you deal with the past? 230_Can_You_See_007_000 2603 0

D: ValaniceDay3 Do you just turn away? 230_Can_You_See_007_001 2136 0

D: ValaniceDay3 Do you run? 230_Can_You_See_007_002 1802 0

D: Graham The past is a terrible place to live, Valanice... 230_Can_You_See_008_000 2670 0

D: Graham ...but as terrible as it may be, we sometimes have to face it. 230_Can_You_See_008_001 4105 0

T: Can You See Part 2c

0 0 0 3 D: ValaniceDay3 Aren't you afraid you will find something.. That wouldn't fit? 230_Can_You_See_009_000 5005 0

D: ValaniceDay3 A piece missing that's not.. 230_Can_You_See_009_001 3871 0

D: ValaniceDay3 ...very pleasant? 230_Can_You_See_009_002 1936 0

T: Can You See Part 2c2

0 0 0 3 D: Graham It's the past. 230_Can_You_See_010_000 1135 0

D: Graham You can't let it haunt you because of the what-ifs and what-if-nots. 230_Can_You_See_010_001 3838 0

D: Graham You have to let it go. 230_Can_You_See_010_002 2403 0

T: Can You See Part 2d

0 0 0 3 D: Graham Alexander has not been taken from us. 230_Can_You_See_010_003 2903 0

D: ValaniceDay3 I'm afraid to do that. 230_Can_You_See_011_000 1769 0

D: ValaniceDay3 To... face it. 230_Can_You_See_011_001 1969 0

T: Can You See Part 2e

0 0 0 1 D: Graham We could be brave enough not to fear even the incredible. 230_Can_You_See_012_000 2803 0

T: Can You See Part 2e2

0 0 0 4 D: Graham I'm sorry if I haven't been here. 230_Can_You_See_012_001 2870 0

D: Graham Did you sleep well? 230_Can_You_See_012_002 1068 0

D: ValaniceDay3 How are they? 230_Can_You_See_013 1202 0

D: Graham I'm working on it. 230_Can_You_See_014_000 1802 0

T: Can You See Part 2f

0 0 0 2 D: Graham I came to ask you something. 230_Can_You_See_014_001 3704 0

D: Graham I need you to ask Shamir to take them back to Daventry. 230_Can_You_See_014_002 3804 0

T: Can You See Part 2g

0 0 0 1 D: ValaniceDay3 Why? What's wrong with this place? 230_Can_You_See_015 3137 0

T: Can You See Part 2h

0 0 0 3 D: Graham Nothing. But I can't explain. 230_Can_You_See_016_000 2403 0

D: Graham I must return to the Isle of the Druids. 230_Can_You_See_016_001 2570 0

D: Graham I just wanted to see how you were doing, and I needed to tell you this personally. 230_Can_You_See_016_002 3671 0

T: Can You See Part 2i

0 0 0 1 D: ValaniceDay3 I shall talk to Shamir. 230_Can_You_See_017 1902 0

T: Can You See Part 2j

0 0 0 3 D: Graham I'll be on my way. 230_Can_You_See_018_000 1836 0

D: Graham I'll see you at home. 230_Can_You_See_018_001 1936 0

D: Graham I'll be there shortly after you arrive. 230_Can_You_See_018_002 2069 0

T: Can You See Part 3

0 0 0 7 D: Graham Uh, Valanice? 230_Can_You_See_019 2603 0

D: ValaniceDay3 Yes? 230_Can_You_See_020 735 0

D: Graham I was in the druid's... 230_Can_You_See_021 1936 0

D: ValaniceDay3 Yes? 230_Can_You_See_022 735 0

D: Graham It's nothing. 230_Can_You_See_023_000 1736 0

D: Graham Remain close to our children. Don't leave them alone for too long. 230_Can_You_See_023_001 6240 0

D: ValaniceDay3 I don't know if I can... 230_Can_You_See_024 2002 0

T: Ending Part 1

0 0 0 1 D: Valanice Please, help me! VALANICE_4_IoC_Grahamroom_001_000 0 0

T: Ending Part 2

0 0 0 1 D: Valanice I need answers...I need your help! VALANICE_4_IoC_Grahamroom_001_001 0 0

T: Night Before Start

0 0 0 1 D: Valanice Thank you Cassima. I'll try to get some sleep. VALANICE_4_IoC_Grahamroom_002 0 0

TSL CONVERSATIONS: 1 1 C: Cutscenes

2 T: Ending Part 1

0 0 0 1 D: ValaniceDay3 Please, help me! VALANICE_4_IoC_Grahamroom_001_000 0 0

T: Ending Part 2

0 0 0 1 D: ValaniceDay3 I need answers...I need your help! VALANICE_4_IoC_Grahamroom_001_001 0 0

TSL CONVERSATIONS: 1 2 C: Action - Look

16 T: Global

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator An atmosphere of pain surrounds Graham. NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahamroom_001_000 2811 0

D: Narrator First his children, now Valanice... NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahamroom_001_001 3471 0

D: Narrator Is there no end to this? NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahamroom_001_002 2579 0

T: BalconyDoors

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Even when Graham prefers the balcony doors open, he shut them tight in fear of Valanice's actions. NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahamroom_002 6784 0

T: BalconyWall

0 0 0 9 D: Narrator As Graham steps outside, he relives the terrifying scene that took place here with Valanice in his mind. NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahamroom_016_000 5758 0 BalconyLine1 D: Narrator But what was going through her mind? NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahamroom_016_001 3247 0 BalconyLine2 D: Narrator Graham is somehow certain that there must be more to this... NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahamroom_016_002 2977 0 BalconyLine3 D: Narrator It cannot be just the tragedy that has befallen their children. NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahamroom_016_003 3907 0 BalconyLine4 D: Narrator Even when Alexander was taken away as an infant she did withdraw in her grief, but she never lost control of herself. NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahamroom_016_004 7316 0 BalconyLine5 D: Narrator And years later, she was strong enough to follow Rosella into Etheria, and to work with her daughter to save that land and bring them both home again. NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahamroom_016_005 8052 0 BalconyLine6 D: Narrator Graham feels so certain that his wife has the strength to help him see this through, and yet... NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahamroom_016_006 6075 0 BalconyLine7 D: Narrator The look in her eyes, her voice, it was like someone else entirely. NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahamroom_016_007 4445 0 BalconyLine8 D: Narrator It could be that this time both their children have been stricken, but it feels like there is something more, much more, to all of this. NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahamroom_016_008 9444 0 BalconyLine9 T: Balcony

0 0 0 5 D: Narrator Memories of quiet evening chats with Valanice, while they enjoyed the cool breeze coming in off the ocean, come to Graham's mind as he looks at the balcony. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_014_000 8224 0

D: Narrator Things were so perfect, simple and calm so recently, yet it seems like weeks or months ago. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_014_001 8956 0

D: Narrator And things do not seem to get any better. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_014_002 3299 0

D: Narrator On the contrary, they are getting much, much worse. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_014_003 4618 0

D: Narrator Graham must work quickly to fix what's happened here. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_014_004 3336 0

T: BalconyOrnaments

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator After Valanice almost fell off the balcony, Alexander's jokes about Cassima and Sing Sing do not bring the light chuckling that they did when Graham remembered them yesterday. NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahamroom_015 10547 0

T: Carpet

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The craftwork of this carpet is so rich and detailed that Graham almost feels guilty when stepping on it, for fear of ruining it somehow. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_004 8758 0

T: Windows

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator While they are eye-catching, these windows would never match the crystal clear view of the ocean available when they are open. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_005 7088 0

T: Torches

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator If not for the light they provide, Graham would tell the servants not to light these torches. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_022_000 4563 0

D: Narrator The weather in the Green Isles is more than warm enough for Graham. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_022_001 3628 0

T: Dresser

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Valanice's clothes occupy most of it. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_007 2648 0

T: Trunk

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator These have always come in handy for Graham to store his valuable items in. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_010 4759 0

T: Mirror

0 0 3 0 T: Mirror Part 1

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Valanice, Cassima, and the maids dressed Rosella in this room. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_006_000 4579 0 MirrorLine1 T: Mirror Part 2

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham remembers how she looked at herself in the mirror, breathtakingly beautiful in her splendorous white wedding gown. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_006_001 7115 0 MirrorLine2 T: Mirror Part 3

0 0 0 1 D: Graham (sighs) GRAHAM_Sighs 1292 0 MirrorLine3 T: ValaniceBeforeForest

0 0 0 5 D: Narrator Valanice... sweet Valanice... NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahamroom_004_000 4467 0

D: Narrator Graham will always remember the day he first saw her in the magic mirror. NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahamroom_004_001 4467 0

D: Narrator She was so young and even though she was trapped in that horrible tower, she emanated a beauty that Graham has only seen again in the face of his daughter. NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahamroom_004_002 9252 0

D: Narrator It was fate that brought him to her, and so he is eternally grateful to the threads of destiny... NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahamroom_004_003 6316 0

D: Narrator He could not imagine his life without her, and can only hope that she is strong enough to overcome this while he cannot be at her side to protect her. NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahamroom_004_004 9596 0

T: ValaniceAfterForest

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Graham still cannot believe Valanice is of druid heritage. NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahamroom_005_000 4359 0

D: Narrator How? NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahamroom_005_001 828 0

D: Narrator And why she has never mentioned it? NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahamroom_005_002 2863 0

T: HallwayDoor

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The door leads back to the main hall of the castle. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_043 2833 0

T: Screen

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Cassima told Valanice this was her favorite dressing screen. NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahambedroom_100_000 3452 0

D: Narrator It was a gift given to her for her sixteenth birthday. NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahambedroom_100_001 3517 0

D: Narrator The Queen was so nice to place it in Graham and Valanice's room for the duration of their stay. NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahambedroom_100_002 5889 0

T: BalconyDoorsOpen

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Valanice adored the exquisite stained-glass windows. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_016_000 3507 0

C: Action - Hand

12 T: Balcony

0 0 0 5 D: Narrator Graham hates to even consider that his wife would've tried to throw herself from this balcony. NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahamroom_014_000 6081 0

D: Narrator Not truly... NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahamroom_014_001 1296 0

D: Narrator Even grief-stricken as she is, it makes no sense... NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahamroom_014_002 3524 0

D: Narrator This just isn't the Valanice he knows and loves so well. NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahamroom_014_003 3749 0

D: Narrator What is happening to his family? NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahamroom_014_004 2209 0

T: Bed

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator There is no way that Graham will lay in a bed knowing that his children need him. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_020 5313 0

T: Carpet

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The details on this carpet were completely done by hand. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_034_000 3983 0

T: Torches

0 0 0 4 D: Graham Woah! GRAHAM_SFX_001 901 0

D: Narrator (laughs) NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahambedroom_102 4888 0

D: Graham Hey! GRAHAM_2_IoC_villagebtm_021 524 0 GrahamTorchLine D: Narrator What? I can't help but laugh at you when you're being dense, Graham! NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahambedroom_103 5460 0

T: Dresser

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham does not feel like wearing anything from there. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_024_000 2920 0

D: Narrator His adventuring attire will do fine. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_024_001 2548 0

T: Mirror

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator There is no way that Graham will bring the memories out of this mirror by touching it. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_023_000 4707 0

T: Trunk

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator There's nothing else in there that Graham will find useful. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_012 2937 0

T: Valanice

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham prefers not to disturb Valanice's sleep. NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahamroom_006 3797 0

T: Screen

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham doesn't need to change clothes again. NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahambedroom_101_000 2221 0

T: ValaniceCrownBefore

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham could take Valanice's crown, but before he has a very good reason for it, he would rather not disturb her sleep. NARRATOR_3_IoC_GrahamBedroom_001 7802 0

T: ValaniceCrownAfter

0 0 0 1 D: Graham I am sorry, my love, but I need this to save our children. GRAHAM_3_IoC_GrahamBedroom_081 4035 0 GrahamValaniceCrown1 T: ValaniceCrownAfterTower

0 0 0 2 D: Graham Thank heavens nothing happened this time... GRAHAM_3_IoC_GrahamBedroom_082_000 0 0 GrahamValaniceCrown2 D: Graham But what caused it the first time? GRAHAM_3_IoC_GrahamBedroom_082_001 0 0 GrahamValaniceCrown2b TSL CONVERSATIONS: 1 2 C: Action - Look

18 T: Global

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Cassima made sure her husband's parents had the best possible accommodations in the castle. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_001_000 5160 0

D: Narrator Graham never asked for such attentions, but he was particularly grateful for the breathtaking view of the sea. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_001_001 6938 0

T: BalconyDoors

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Valanice adored the exquisite stained-glass windows. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_016_000 3507 0

D: Narrator She asked Cassima about them a few nights ago, when they went to have dinner at the village inn, wondering if it would be possible to have some made for a few windows at Castle Daventry. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_016_001 10365 0

T: BalconyWall

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Miles away, the sea and the rain reunite once again. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_017_000 3634 0

D: Narrator Graham breathes slowly, knowing that somewhere outside, he will also find the answers that will reunite him with his children. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_017_001 7911 0

D: Narrator Valanice and the others are counting on him. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_017_002 2602 0

T: Balcony

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Memories of quiet evening chats with Valanice, while they enjoyed the cool breeze coming in off the ocean, come to Graham's mind as he looks at the balcony. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_014_000 8224 0

D: Narrator Things were so perfect, simple and calm so recently, yet it seems like weeks or months ago. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_014_001 8956 0

T: BalconyOrnaments

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Alexander joked that Cassima had put these flat dish-like ornaments all over the balconies in the castle to be able to feed Sing Sing. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_019 8302 0

T: Bed

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The ornamented bed and soft mattress are a perfect incubator for some of the nicest dreams Graham has ever had. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_003_000 8030 0

D: Narrator Still, there's nothing like the warmth and comfort of one's own bed, Graham thinks to himself. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_003_001 5912 0

T: CoinPickUp

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator One of Daventry's coins. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_009_000 2182 0

D: Narrator Graham found it in one of his pockets the night of his arrival, as he was getting ready for bed. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_009_001 4647 0

D: Narrator He must have left it here and forgotten all about it. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_009_002 3038 0

T: Cap

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham never goes anywhere without his cap. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_015 3175 0

T: RedShirt

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Even if people tend to confuse him for a commoner, this will always be Graham's favorite outfit. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_025 6680 0

T: Carpet

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The craftwork of this carpet is so rich and detailed that Graham almost feels guilty when stepping on it, for fear of ruining it somehow. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_004 8758 0

T: Windows

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator While they are eye-catching, these windows would never match the crystal clear view of the ocean available when they are open. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_005 7088 0

T: Torches

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator If not for the light they provide, Graham would tell the servants not to light these torches. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_022_000 4563 0

D: Narrator The weather in the Green Isles is more than warm enough for Graham. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_022_001 3628 0

T: Dresser

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Valanice's clothes occupy most of it. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_007 2648 0

D: Graham That says a lot about my fashion style. GRAHAM_1_IoC_grahamroom_001 2135 0

D: Narrator Please note, dear player, that I didn't say that myself. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_008 4237 0

T: Trunk

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator These have always come in handy for Graham to store his valuable items in. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_010 4759 0

T: Mirror

0 0 3 0 T: Mirror Part 1

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Valanice, Cassima, and the maids dressed Rosella in this room. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_006_000 4579 0 MirrorLine1 T: Mirror Part 2

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham remembers how she looked at herself in the mirror, breathtakingly beautiful in her splendorous white wedding gown. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_006_001 7115 0 MirrorLine2 T: Mirror Part 3

0 0 0 1 D: Graham (sighs) GRAHAM_Sighs 1292 0 MirrorLine3 T: HallwayDoor

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The door leads back to the main hall of the castle. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_043 2833 0

T: Screen

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Cassima told Valanice this was her favorite dressing screen. NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahambedroom_100_000 3452 0

D: Narrator It was a gift given to her for her sixteenth birthday. NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahambedroom_100_001 3517 0

D: Narrator The Queen was so nice to place it in Graham and Valanice's room for the duration of their stay. NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahambedroom_100_002 5889 0

T: ChestItems

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator These have always come in handy for Graham to store his valuable items in. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_010 4759 0

C: Action - Hand

13 T: BalconyDoorsOpen

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham prefers to leave the balcony doors open. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_002_000 2638 0

D: Narrator It not only helps to cool down the room, but also provides a marvelous view of the sea. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_002_001 6121 0

T: Balcony

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator That's a long way down, even if this is just the second floor. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_018 4759 0

T: Bed

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator There is no way that Graham will lay in a bed knowing that his children need him. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_020 5313 0

T: Cap

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Time to journey once more. GRAHAM_1_IoC_grahamroom_003 1943 0

T: RedShirt

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Time to journey once more. GRAHAM_1_IoC_grahamroom_003 1943 0

T: Carpet

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The details on this carpet were completely done by hand. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_034_000 3983 0

D: Narrator It's incredibly rich, and very durable, still looking brand new despite having been in this room for years. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_034_001 7224 0

T: Torches

0 0 0 4 D: Graham Woah! GRAHAM_SFX_001 631 0

D: Narrator (laughs) NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahambedroom_102 4888 0

D: Graham Hey! GRAHAM_2_IoC_villagebtm_021 524 0 GrahamTorchLine D: Narrator What? I can't help but laugh at you when you're being dense, Graham! NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahambedroom_103 5460 0

T: Dresser

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator Graham does not feel like wearing anything from there. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_024_000 2920 0

D: Narrator His adventuring attire will do fine. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_024_001 2548 0

D: Graham That says a lot about my fashion style. GRAHAM_1_IoC_grahamroom_001 2135 0

D: Narrator Please note, dear player, that I didn't say that myself. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_008 4237 0

T: Pouch

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Inside, Graham finds some gold coins stamped with the insignia of the Green Isles, which Alexander gave him upon their arrival. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_011 7492 0

D: Graham These will surely come in handy. GRAHAM_1_IoC_grahamroom_002 1410 0

T: Mirror

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator There is no way that Graham will bring the memories out of this mirror by touching it. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_023_000 4707 0

D: Narrator Sadly, all he would manage to do is smudge it with his fingerprints. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_023_001 5188 0

D: Narrator He will not find Rosella, or her joyous laughter, in there. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_023_002 5117 0

T: TrunkAfter

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator There's nothing else in there that Graham will find useful. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_012 2937 0

T: BalconyDoors

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Get your hands off that, Graham. NARRATOR_General_003 3265 0

T: Screen

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham doesn't need to change clothes again. NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahambedroom_101_000 2221 0

D: Narrator He's quite comfortable in his adventuring outfit. NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahambedroom_101_001 3328 0

TSL CONVERSATIONS: 1 2 C: Action - Look

18 T: Global

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Cassima made sure her husband's parents had the best possible accommodations in the castle. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_001_000 5160 0

D: Narrator Graham never asked for such attentions, but he was particularly grateful for the breathtaking view of the sea. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_001_001 6938 0

T: BalconyDoors

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Valanice adored the exquisite stained-glass windows. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_016_000 3507 0

T: BalconyWall

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Miles away, the sea and the rain reunite once again. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_017_000 3634 0

T: Balcony

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Memories of quiet evening chats with Valanice, while they enjoyed the cool breeze coming in off the ocean, come to Graham's mind as he looks at the balcony. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_014_000 8224 0

D: Narrator Things were so perfect, simple and calm so recently, yet it seems like weeks or months ago. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_014_001 8956 0

T: BalconyOrnaments

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Alexander joked that Cassima had put these flat dish-like ornaments all over the balconies in the castle to be able to feed Sing Sing. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_019 8302 0

T: Bed

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The ornamented bed and soft mattress are a perfect incubator for some of the nicest dreams Graham has ever had. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_003_000 8030 0

T: CoinPickUp

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator One of Daventry's coins. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_009_000 2182 0

D: Narrator He must have left it here and forgotten all about it. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_009_002 3038 0

T: Cap

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham never goes anywhere without his cap. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_015 3175 0

T: RedShirt

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Even if people tend to confuse him for a commoner, this will always be Graham's favorite outfit. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_025 6680 0

T: Carpet

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The craftwork of this carpet is so rich and detailed that Graham almost feels guilty when stepping on it, for fear of ruining it somehow. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_004 8758 0

T: Windows

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator While they are eye-catching, these windows would never match the crystal clear view of the ocean available when they are open. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_005 7088 0

T: Torches

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator If not for the light they provide, Graham would tell the servants not to light these torches. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_022_000 4563 0

D: Narrator The weather in the Green Isles is more than warm enough for Graham. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_022_001 3628 0

T: Dresser

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Valanice's clothes occupy most of it. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_007 2648 0

D: Graham That says a lot about my fashion style. GRAHAM_1_IoC_grahamroom_001 2135 0

D: Narrator Please note, dear player, that I didn't say that myself. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_008 4237 0

T: Trunk

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator These have always come in handy for Graham to store his valuable items in. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_010 4759 0

T: Mirror

0 0 3 0 T: Mirror Part 1

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Valanice, Cassima, and the maids dressed Rosella in this room. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_006_000 4579 0 MirrorLine1 T: Mirror Part 2

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham remembers how she looked at herself in the mirror, breathtakingly beautiful in her splendorous white wedding gown. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_006_001 7115 0 MirrorLine2 T: Mirror Part 3

0 0 0 1 D: Graham (sighs) GRAHAM_Sighs 1292 0 MirrorLine3 T: HallwayDoor

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The door leads back to the main hall of the castle. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_043 2833 0

T: Screen

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Cassima told Valanice this was her favorite dressing screen. NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahambedroom_100_000 3452 0

T: ChestItems

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator These have always come in handy for Graham to store his valuable items in. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_010 4759 0

C: Action - Hand

13 T: BalconyDoorsOpen

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham prefers to leave the balcony doors open. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_002_000 2638 0

D: Narrator It not only helps to cool down the room, but also provides a marvelous view of the sea. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_002_001 6121 0

T: Balcony

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator That's a long way down, even if this is just the second floor. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_018 4759 0

T: Bed

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator There is no way that Graham will lay in a bed knowing that his children need him. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_020 5313 0

T: Cap

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Time to journey once more. GRAHAM_1_IoC_grahamroom_003 1943 0

T: RedShirt

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Time to journey once more. GRAHAM_1_IoC_grahamroom_003 1943 0

T: Carpet

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The details on this carpet were completely done by hand. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_034_000 3983 0

T: Torches

0 0 0 4 D: Graham Woah! GRAHAM_SFX_001 631 0

D: Narrator (laughs) NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahambedroom_102 4888 0

D: Graham Hey! GRAHAM_2_IoC_villagebtm_021 524 0 GrahamTorchLine D: Narrator What? I can't help but laugh at you when you're being dense, Graham! NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahambedroom_103 5460 0

T: Dresser

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator Graham does not feel like wearing anything from there. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_024_000 2920 0

D: Narrator His adventuring attire will do fine. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_024_001 2548 0

D: Graham That says a lot about my fashion style. GRAHAM_1_IoC_grahamroom_001 2135 0

D: Narrator Please note, dear player, that I didn't say that myself. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_008 4237 0

T: Pouch

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Inside, Graham finds some gold coins stamped with the insignia of the Green Isles, which Alexander gave him upon their arrival. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_011 7492 0

D: Graham These will surely come in handy. GRAHAM_1_IoC_grahamroom_002 1410 0

T: Mirror

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator There is no way that Graham will bring the memories out of this mirror by touching it. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_023_000 4707 0

D: Narrator Sadly, all he would manage to do is smudge it with his fingerprints. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_023_001 5188 0

D: Narrator He will not find Rosella, or her joyous laughter, in there. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_023_002 5117 0

T: TrunkAfter

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator There's nothing else in there that Graham will find useful. NARRATOR_1_IoC_grahamroom_012 2937 0

T: BalconyDoors

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Get your hands off that, Graham. NARRATOR_General_003 3265 0

T: Screen

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham doesn't need to change clothes again. NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahambedroom_101_000 2221 0

D: Narrator He's quite comfortable in his adventuring outfit. NARRATOR_2_IoC_grahambedroom_101_001 3328 0 TSL CONVERSATIONS: 1 9 C: Action - Look

26 T: Global

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator A day has already passed since the events from yesterday, and although the rest of the world is slowly coming back to life, this garden seems stagnated in time, as if the ghosts that haunt it will only go away when Alexander and Rosella open their eyes. NARRATOR_2_IoC_garden_001 15999 0

T: Altar

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator It hurts Graham to look at that lone altar, where his daughter met her unjust and unexpected fate. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_002_000 5962 0

D: Narrator He vows to save both her and Alexander, and hopefully find out who this stranger is as well. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_002_001 6717 0

T: Benches

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator White benches, some standing and some lying on their sides, are spattered with mud from the last of the fleeing guests and the sudden rain. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_004 8000 0

T: Knight

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator The impressive and large suit of armor gives an imposing presence of guarding the hallway. NARRATOR_2_IoC_gardenhall_006_000 5042 0

D: Narrator It's unfortunate it's only an empty suit of armor and nothing more, or perhaps it may have been of help the day before. NARRATOR_2_IoC_gardenhall_006_001 6473 0

D: Narrator Still, Graham has to admire the metalwork done here, and wonders what the armor was once used for, as the guard dogs who currently protect the castle do not wear anything quite like this. NARRATOR_2_IoC_gardenhall_006_002 10728 0

T: GarlandsClosed

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator That's strange. NARRATOR_2_IoC_gardenhall_002_000 1385 0

D: Narrator These flowers look as if they have not even bloomed yet. NARRATOR_2_IoC_gardenhall_002_001 3359 0

D: Narrator Have the cold and rain affected them somehow? NARRATOR_2_IoC_gardenhall_002_002 2767 0

T: DoorKitchen

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator That door leads to the kitchen. NARRATOR_2_IoC_gardenhall_003_000 2025 0

D: Narrator Very few noises can be heard from behind it today, although yesterday it was bustling with activity. NARRATOR_2_IoC_gardenhall_003_001 6201 0

T: DoorGarden

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham finds it strange they would have left the doors open after the recent attack, but then again, what difference does it make? NARRATOR_1_IoC_halltogarden_004_001 6840 0

D: Narrator If the assailant can appear and disappear from their midst at will, mere doors won't stop him. NARRATOR_1_IoC_halltogarden_004_002 5873 0

T: GlobalHallway

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Just yesterday, Rosella walked through this hallway to the gardens, radiant in her beautiful wedding gown and beaming at her groom. NARRATOR_2_IoC_gardenhall_001_000 7826 0

D: Narrator Graham wonders about all the things that went through her mind, remembering the nervous excitement he felt when he saw Valanice walking down the aisle at their own wedding. NARRATOR_2_IoC_gardenhall_001_001 8412 0

D: Narrator He clenches his fists as he vividly remembers the stranger in the black cloak yet again, and how he ruined what should have been one of the happiest days of all their lives, stealing from Rosella and Edgar their joyous union. NARRATOR_2_IoC_gardenhall_001_002 12514 0

T: SecondFloor

0 0 0 5 D: Narrator Was he watching from this floor? NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_010_000 1856 0

D: Narrator Was he impishly smiling then, looking at the innocent joy that unfolded down below, rubbing his hands in expectation of what was about to happen and cruelly aware of his success? NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_010_001 11351 0

D: Narrator Did he have his eyes locked on Rosella, Valanice, Alexander, all at the same time? NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_010_002 5483 0

D: Narrator Could he hear them breathe slowly, and then notice their pulse beating faster as he progressively wrecked chaos over them? NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_010_003 8404 0

D: Narrator Was he even hiding, or perhaps watching from above all these past days, and even now, watching Graham as he thinks of him... NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_010_004 8679 0

T: Windows

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The windows of many of the guestrooms in the castle overlook the usually lovely gardens. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_011_000 5326 0

D: Narrator Unsurprisingly, no one is looking out of them today. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_011_001 2915 0

T: Carpet

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The carpet, which recently signified a dignified path for the princess to walk, now has a new meaning to Graham's eyes. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_013_000 7321 0

D: Narrator Something died here, even when he knows his children are still alive, something was cruelly murdered here when Rosella's wedding ended in such tragedy. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_013_001 9585 0

T: Arch

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham remembers this altar drawing criss-crossed shadows on Rosella's white gown and Edgar's blue cape. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_015_000 5988 0

D: Narrator Though neither of them stands here now, it feels as though the shadows it cast remain. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_015_001 5283 0

T: Pillars

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The tall strong pillars are masterfully crafted, just like the rest of the castle. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_017_000 5132 0

D: Narrator Graham is yet again struck by how beautiful the Castle of the Crown is while still so different from his own much beloved castle home. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_017_001 8075 0

T: Stairs

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham wanted to follow Valanice when she went looking for Alexander, but Cassima convinced him to stay, saying that it was probably nothing he needed to worry about. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_018_000 9735 0

D: Narrator He now wishes he had gone, but even so, could he have done anything at all? NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_018_001 4679 0

T: Balcony

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator The balcony had seemed like the perfect vantage point to watch the entirety of his daughter's wedding earlier, but now Graham can only curse the distance it put between him and Rosella. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_019_000 9962 0

D: Narrator Had he been down there, on the ground, nearer to her, could he have done something? Anything at all? NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_019_001 6415 0

D: Narrator Though it seems unlikely, the possibility that it could have made a difference taunts him. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_019_002 5509 0

T: Doorways

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator These doors provide passage between the different areas of the second floor. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_021 4830 0

T: DoorMainHall

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The door leads back to the main hall of the castle. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_043 2833 0

T: Pan

0 0 2 0 T: BeforeExchange

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Pan, Rosella's old Tamir friend, looks to be relaxing while playing the lute Rosella gave him in exchange for his flute. NARRATOR_2_IoC_garden_006_000 7547 0

D: Narrator Graham wonders how Pan felt about changing from a wind instrument to a stringed instrument. NARRATOR_2_IoC_garden_006_001 5585 0

T: AfterExchange

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Pan was kind enough to give up his lute for Alexander's flute. NARRATOR_2_IoC_garden_007 4377 0

T: Edgar

0 0 2 0 T: WhileSleeping

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator Poor Edgar... NARRATOR_2_IoC_garden_009_000 1293 0

D: Narrator The Prince surely came here after everyone went to sleep and did nothing but stare at the altar, the gardens, the red carpet, trying to recover any of the happy moments before everything fell apart. NARRATOR_2_IoC_garden_009_001 12669 0

D: Narrator Knowing the prince, Graham has no doubt Edgar has been blaming himself for letting that cloaked man steal Rosella out of his embrace. NARRATOR_2_IoC_garden_009_002 8679 0

D: Narrator How long the Prince tormented himself so before finally succumbing to exhaustion, Graham can only guess. NARRATOR_2_IoC_garden_009_003 7622 0

T: WhileAwaken

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Edgar's eyes look lost somewhere between yesterday and today, in mixed memories of his betrothed. NARRATOR_2_IoC_garden_010_000 6591 0

D: Narrator Considering the recent events, Graham can't blame him. NARRATOR_2_IoC_garden_010_001 3824 0

T: Garlands

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The garlands still remain, wilting the more every hour they hang upon the walls, with nobody removing them from sight. NARRATOR_2_IoC_mainhall_002 7577 0

T: ShamirOld

0 0 0 2 D: Graham Alexander has often said Shamir is very helpful, and I have to agree. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_300_000 4104 0

D: Graham He's already been a great aid to me in my quest. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_300_001 2629 0

T: SprayBottleSeq

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Someone must have forgotten this water bottle here. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_003 3451 0

T: DoorKitchenOpen

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The doors to the kitchen are now open. NARRATOR_3_IoC_Innergarden_001 3727 0

T: GeoAnimFoodCart

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator A cart with delicious food stands in the way of the doors. NARRATOR_3_IoC_Innergarden_003 3999 0

T: EmptyFoodCart

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The cart stands in the way to the kitchen. NARRATOR_3_IoC_InnerGarden_010 2427 0

T: Shamir

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator Shamir the genie was once quite a thorn in Alexander's side when he first came to the Green Isles. NARRATOR_3_IoC_InnerGarden_011_000 5607 0

D: Narrator Then in the service of the evil Vizier and bound to do his bidding, Shamir was involved in the man's plots within the kingdom as well as making some attempts on Alexander's life. NARRATOR_3_IoC_InnerGarden_011_001 10810 0

D: Narrator However, his demeanor and purpose have changed entirely since Graham's son became the rightful master of the genie's bottle, and he has been incredibly helpful in turning around the island kingdom's circumstances. NARRATOR_3_IoC_InnerGarden_011_002 12336 0

D: Narrator And his time spent serving as the Vizier's genie is proving very useful in Graham's search for the answers now. NARRATOR_3_IoC_InnerGarden_011_003 7088 0

C: Action - Hand

14 T: Knight

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator As dashing as he may look in armor, that suit is not only too large to fit Graham, it's far too heavy to be of any real use to him. NARRATOR_2_IoC_gardenhall_007_000 9226 0

D: Narrator The king much prefers his own clothing: nice and light to let him move quickly, and the colors complement his skin tone so perfectly. NARRATOR_2_IoC_gardenhall_007_001 9727 0

T: DoorKitchen

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham does not want to disturb the cook and his staff, if they are even there at the moment. NARRATOR_2_IoC_gardenhall_005_000 4900 0

D: Narrator They have their own jobs to worry about, and his quest doesn't require him to take their attention from it. NARRATOR_2_IoC_gardenhall_005_001 5897 0

T: Altar

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Moving the altar will not reveal hidden doors. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_009_000 2821 0

D: Narrator The stranger quite clearly did not emerge from some hidden entrance into the gardens. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_009_001 4878 0

T: Windows

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Even if Graham could crawl through the windows into the guest hallways, there's nothing to be found there but silence and fear. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_012 7170 0

T: Carpet

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Although he could roll it in and take one more memory out of the way, Graham doesn't have time for that now. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_014 6264 0

T: Arch

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator The arch is sturdy. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_016_000 1252 0

D: Narrator The servants of the castle put it here just a few days ago. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_016_001 2981 0

D: Narrator Graham was passing by and decided to help them, much to their surprise. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_016_002 4523 0

T: Pillars

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The columns are very smooth to the touch. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_016_000 2536 0

D: Narrator The people in the castle must take very good care of them. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_016_001 3954 0

T: Balcony

0 0 0 6 D: Narrator Graham is even more reluctant to put his hand upon the balcony now, after narrowly avoiding losing Valanice over the edge of one so like it. NARRATOR_2_IoC_garden_011_000 8453 0

D: Narrator How did he not see any signs of her desperation? NARRATOR_2_IoC_garden_011_001 3041 0

D: Narrator When she stood on the balcony outside their room, did the memory of the wedding overwhelm her? NARRATOR_2_IoC_garden_011_002 5186 0

D: Narrator Was that what drove her to such ends? NARRATOR_2_IoC_garden_011_003 2169 0

D: Narrator How much more can he himself stand, he wonders, before the threats of losing everyone he loves would put him in such a state? NARRATOR_2_IoC_garden_011_004 7869 0

D: Narrator The King of Daventry pulls his hand away from the marble railing, having no desire to contemplate such horrid things as that. NARRATOR_2_IoC_garden_011_005 9358 0

T: DoorGarden

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham would feel safer if these doors were locked, even if they don't truly offer much protection. NARRATOR_2_IoC_gardenhall_008_000 6490 0

D: Narrator However, Saladin and the guards may have their own reasons for the gates to be open, so he'll leave them be. NARRATOR_2_IoC_gardenhall_008_001 6943 0

T: Garlands

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator As much as Graham would like them out of his sight, he doesn't have time to remove them. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_010_000 4772 0

D: Narrator Hopefully the castle's maids will take care of that, and soon. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_010_001 3982 0

T: Bench

0 0 0 5 D: Narrator Hey, now, stop slacking, you! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_000 2566 0

D: Narrator You have a family to save and a huge evil to fight! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_001 2874 0

D: Narrator And I'm not gonna stand around here and wait until you're done taking a breather! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_002 3526 0

D: Narrator I mean, kings these days... NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_003 2560 0

D: Narrator They don't make them like they used to! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_004 1946 0

T: DoorKitchenOpen

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham doesn't need to close those doors. NARRATOR_3_IoC_Innergarden_002 2640 0

T: FoodTray

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator This meat looks delicious. NARRATOR_3_IoC_Innergarden_004_000 2234 0

D: Narrator Graham decides to take it in case he's hungry later. NARRATOR_3_IoC_Innergarden_004_001 3186 0

T: FoodTraySecondTime

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham doesn't want to take any more food. NARRATOR_3_IoC_Innergarden_005 2817 0

C: Chapter 2 - Pan

5 T: First time greetings

0 0 0 8 D: Graham Relaxing to the music? GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_001 1008 0 GrahamPanLine1 D: Pan Hello there! PAN_2_IoC_garden_001_000 676 0 PanLine1 D: Pan Yeah, One's gotta do what one can. PAN_2_IoC_garden_001_001 2133 0 PanLine1b D: Pan One can't let these tragic events take hold of oneself! PAN_2_IoC_garden_001_002 2429 0 PanLine1c D: Graham Very beautiful melody. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_002_000 1114 0 GrahamPanLine2 D: Graham What is it? GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_002_001 762 0 GrahamPanLine2b D: Pan Something to remind one of home. PAN_2_IoC_garden_002 1506 0 PanLine2 D: Graham Ah... home. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_003 1633 0 GrahamPanLine3 T: Give Flute

0 0 0 11 D: Graham Rosella told me the story of how you traded her your flute for the lute you are playing now. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_004_000 3787 0 GrahamPanLine4 D: Graham I was wondering, Pan, how would you like to go back to playing the flute again? GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_004_001 4464 0 GrahamPanLine4b D: Pan One must admit one has been having difficulty tuning one's lute lately. PAN_2_IoC_garden_003_000 3227 0 PanLine3 D: Pan It would be nice to play the flute once more. PAN_2_IoC_garden_003_001 2356 0 PanLine3b D: Graham I may need that lute to help Rosella. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_005_000 1714 0 GrahamPanLine5 D: Graham I will give you this flute in exchange for it. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_005_001 2545 0 GrahamPanLine5b D: Pan Hmm... Destiny works in a very funny way. PAN_2_IoC_garden_004_000 3245 0 PanLine4 D: Pan Rosella gave oneself this lute during her adventure in Tamir. PAN_2_IoC_garden_004_001 3160 0 PanLine4b D: Pan Now it is needed to save her. PAN_2_IoC_garden_004_002 1560 0 PanLine4c D: Pan One would be most glad to do that. PAN_2_IoC_garden_004_003 2378 1122 PanLine4d D: Graham Thank you, fair Pan. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_006 934 150 GrahamPanLine6 T: Pan second time

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham would rather not interrupt Pan's beautiful melody anymore, unless he really needs to. NARRATOR_2_IoC_garden_100 5799 0

T: Flute Without Talking

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Maybe Graham should talk to Pan first. NARRATOR_2_IoC_garden_101 3554 0

T: Another Instrument

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Based on Rosella's stories, Pan won't like that instrument. NARRATOR_2_IoC_garden_102 4186 0

C: Chapter 2 - Edgar

5 T: First time greetings

0 0 0 9 D: EdgarDay2 Well, no wonder... EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_002_000 1083 0 EdgarLine2 D: EdgarDay2 I stayed with Rosella until the storm passed, then I came here... EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_002_001 4644 0 EdgarLine2b D: Graham Wandering in the memories of what could have been is only going to make things worse for you. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_009 3544 0 GrahamLine3 D: EdgarDay2 I can't help it... EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_003_000 1627 0 EdgarLine3 D: EdgarDay2 Besides, it's not going to make it any easier if I'm somewhere else. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_003_001 3513 0 EdgarLine3b D: EdgarDay2 Rosella is still under that spell, no matter where I am. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_003_002 4220 250 EdgarLine3c D: Graham It's not where you physically are, but where your heart is that matters. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_010_000 3162 700 GrahamLine4 D: Graham You have to believe. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_010_001 1694 600 GrahamLine4b D: EdgarDay2 I'm trying... EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_004 1535 100 EdgarLine4 T: Second time greetings

0 0 0 2 D: Graham Feeling more rested? GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_011 792 0 GrahamLine5 D: EdgarDay2 Ummm... It's hard to relax with all that's happening. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_005 3299 0 EdgarLine5 T: Topics

0 0 5 0 T: Stranger in the Cloak

0 0 0 12 D: Graham Son, I know I already asked you this, but... GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_017_000 3945 140 GrahamLine6 D: Graham You didn't get to see this stranger's face? GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_017_001 1803 200 GrahamLine6b D: EdgarDay2 I... I gazed at it... EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_011_000 1945 0 EdgarLine6 D: EdgarDay2 ...the little I could see under that hood... EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_011_001 2023 200 EdgarLine6b D: EdgarDay2 But my eyes were locked up in his eyes... EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_011_002 3603 0 EdgarLine6c D: EdgarDay2 ...red scary eyes... EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_011_003 2806 0 EdgarLine6d D: EdgarDay2 Just thinking of those eyes sends shivers down my spine. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_011_004 3738 0 EdgarLine6e D: Graham Did he look human? GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_018 807 0 GrahamLine7 D: EdgarDay2 I was about to say that. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_012_000 1244 0 EdgarLine7 D: EdgarDay2 No... Not at all... EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_012_001 2378 0 EdgarLine7b D: EdgarDay2 ...but then again, I just couldn't tell. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_012_002 3023 0 EdgarLine7c D: EdgarDay2 It was evil, that's all I know. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_012_003 3234 0 EdgarLine7d T: The Green Isles

0 0 0 23 D: Graham What do you think of the Green Isles? GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_012 1710 500 GrahamLine8 D: EdgarDay2 It's different. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_006_000 1730 200 EdgarLine8 D: EdgarDay2 Different from any land I've ever seen before. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_006_001 2467 200 EdgarLine8b D: EdgarDay2 Different from Tamir, different from Eldritch, different from Etheria... EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_006_002 5314 200 EdgarLine8c D: EdgarDay2 But I think I love it. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_006_003 2066 200 EdgarLine8d D: Graham You're not alone there. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_013 839 500 GrahamLine9 D: EdgarDay2 It's just that... EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_007_000 841 0 EdgarLine9 D: EdgarDay2 ...what's happened here... EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_007_001 1537 0 EdgarLine9b D: EdgarDay2 Why...? EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_007_002 1286 0 EdgarLine9c D: EdgarDay2 Why did this have to happen? EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_007_003 1718 0 EdgarLine9d D: EdgarDay2 Such a beautiful day... EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_007_004 2015 0 EdgarLine9e D: EdgarDay2 ...ruined entirely... EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_007_005 1471 0 EdgarLine9f D: Graham I've been trying to answer that question myself, but I'm most certain that things always happen for a reason. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_014_000 4859 0 GrahamLine10 D: Graham What the reason is, we have yet to see. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_014_001 2711 0 GrahamLine10b D: EdgarDay2 I don't see any worthy reasons for this to happen. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_008 3032 0 EdgarLine10 D: Graham Sometimes we can't see them, not right away. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_015_000 2681 350 GrahamLine11 D: Graham There are acting forces greater than us, after all. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_015_001 2850 800 GrahamLine11b D: Graham The Fates can be mysterious. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_015_002 1902 300 GrahamLine11c D: EdgarDay2 Couldn't this just be explained by pure evil? EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_009 2669 200 EdgarLine11 D: Graham Perhaps. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_016_000 824 200 GrahamLine12 D: Graham But what seems evil at first, often leads to something good, if we are determined enough to change it. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_016_001 6208 200 GrahamLine12b D: EdgarDay2 It's hard for me to see it that way.. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_010_000 2052 0 EdgarLine12 D: EdgarDay2 but you do have more experience than I do. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_010_001 3046 0 EdgarLine12b T: Rosella

0 0 1 33 T: Homeland And Marriage

0 0 0 24 D: Graham What do the people of your homeland think of your marriage to Rosella? GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_026 2701 0 GrahamLine20 D: EdgarDay2 There were a lot of different reactions when my father made the announcement. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_019_000 2930 0 EdgarLine19 D: EdgarDay2 Some of the fairies laughed, some cheered, some shouted at me. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_019_001 4600 0 EdgarLine19b D: Graham Why would they do that? GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_027 886 0 GrahamLine21 D: EdgarDay2 Well, you have to keep in mind that I'm not human. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_020_000 3158 0 EdgarLine20 D: EdgarDay2 I'm a fairy that... EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_020_001 1825 0 EdgarLine20b D: EdgarDay2 looks human... EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_020_002 2468 0 EdgarLine20c D: EdgarDay2 like my aunt Malicia! EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_020_003 1692 0 EdgarLine20d D: EdgarDay2 And a fairy marrying a human may seem ridiculous to some of the... EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_020_004 3929 0 EdgarLine20e D: EdgarDay2 ...well, "higher" citizens of Etheria. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_020_005 3215 0 EdgarLine20f D: Graham It's not how everyone else feels about what you choose, but what your heart tells you, lad. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_028_000 3561 0 GrahamLine22 D: Graham That's all that matters. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_028_001 1482 0 GrahamLine22b D: EdgarDay2 It took me a while to realize that, but my love for Rosella made me see it that way! EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_021_000 4589 0 EdgarLine21 D: EdgarDay2 My family is possibly closer to humanity than most of the supernatural beings. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_021_001 4512 0 EdgarLine21b D: EdgarDay2 We think that humans and fairies couldn't survive without each other. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_021_002 3224 0 EdgarLine21c D: EdgarDay2 That seems like a perfectly good reason to marry Rosella to me. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_021_003 3105 0 EdgarLine21d D: EdgarDay2 Besides... even before I knew who I really... EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_021_004 3165 0 EdgarLine21e D: EdgarDay2 ...um... was... EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_021_005 1845 0 EdgarLine21f D: EdgarDay2 I knew that I loved her. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_021_006 1966 0 EdgarLine21g D: Graham That's how I've always felt about my Valanice. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_029_000 1957 0 GrahamLine23 D: Graham I loved her the moment I saw her. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_029_001 2602 0 GrahamLine23b D: Graham Keep your hopes up, Edgar, and soon you and Rosella will be together again, as it should be. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_029_002 5034 0 GrahamLine23c D: EdgarDay2 Thank you for saying that, Your Majesty. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_022_000 2026 0 EdgarLine22 D: EdgarDay2 I can only hope that she will be well again soon. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_022_001 3118 0 EdgarLine22b D: Graham I must tell you I had my doubts about you and Rosella. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_019 2289 100 GrahamLine13 D: EdgarDay2 Why? EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_013 1008 100 EdgarLine13 D: Graham Don't get me wrong, but Rosella is such an adventurous young lady, and you seem more moderate than she. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_020 5052 200 GrahamLine14 D: EdgarDay2 We always meet at a middle point. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_014_000 2451 0 EdgarLine14 D: EdgarDay2 I must say, though, that most of the times, I find myself dragged into her... EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_014_001 4093 0 EdgarLine14b D: EdgarDay2 ...crazy ideas. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_014_002 1890 0 EdgarLine14c D: EdgarDay2 Do you remember the celebrations following the restoration of the Mask of Eternity? EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_014_003 5015 0 EdgarLine14d D: Graham Yes, you weren't able to go because... GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_021_000 1684 200 GrahamLine15 D: Graham It was you in that disguise, wasn't it? GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_021_001 3125 500 GrahamLine15b D: EdgarDay2 I thought it was a little too crazy at the time. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_015_000 2108 0 EdgarLine15 D: EdgarDay2 But that's Rosella! EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_015_001 1592 0 EdgarLine15b D: EdgarDay2 She formulated that whole plan of me going to the celebration in disguise so as not to attract attention to us... EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_015_002 5808 0 EdgarLine15c D: EdgarDay2 ...or that's what she said. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_015_003 2013 0 EdgarLine15d D: EdgarDay2 I just think she did it for the sake of excitement. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_015_004 2868 0 EdgarLine15e D: EdgarDay2 It's not that I'm blaming her or something, and it seemed to work too. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_015_005 4037 0 EdgarLine15f D: EdgarDay2 No one seemed to even glance at me. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_015_006 2050 0 EdgarLine15g D: EdgarDay2 You don't know what a relief it was, not to be gawked at like some expensive painting... EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_015_007 5183 0 EdgarLine15h D: EdgarDay2 ...or to be asked questions about when Rosella and I were going to be married. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_015_008 3977 0 EdgarLine15i D: EdgarDay2 It all seems a little silly to me now, but, boy, she is so determined! EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_015_009 5811 0 EdgarLine15k D: EdgarDay2 She was always pulling me into these little plots of hers. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_015_010 3607 0 EdgarLine15l D: Graham That sounds like a perilous life you're looking forward to. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_022 2517 0 GrahamLine16 D: EdgarDay2 Well, maybe I'm not looking to stick my head in a thorn bush... EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_016_000 3102 0 EdgarLine16 D: EdgarDay2 But I do want Rosella to be my... EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_016_001 2564 0 EdgarLine16b D: EdgarDay2 ...well... my wife. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_016_002 2841 0 EdgarLine16c D: Graham Let me tell you something, my child. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_023_000 1532 600 GrahamLine17 D: Graham Rosella is probably the bravest young woman I have ever seen. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_023_001 3860 150 GrahamLine17b D: Graham And I'm not telling you because she's my daughter... GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_023_002 2066 100 GrahamLine17c D: Graham ...why, most of the time, I wish she was just a regular girl. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_023_003 3021 200 GrahamLine17d D: EdgarDay2 That's everything she's not. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_017 1730 150 EdgarLine17 D: Graham She has her own way of loving. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_024_000 1527 300 GrahamLine18 D: Graham And if you got her to settle her head down and get married, she must love you incredibly. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_024_001 4671 300 GrahamLine18b D: EdgarDay2 I think she does... EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_018 1628 0 EdgarLine18 D: Graham I'm sure she does! GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_025 865 500 GrahamLine19 T: Alexander

0 0 1 44 T: Rosella's Awareness of Alexander's Past

0 0 0 24 D: Graham Did you mention any of this to Rosella? GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_040 1497 0 GrahamLine34 D: EdgarDay2 No. I didn't want to weigh Rosella down with these stories. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_033_000 2962 0 EdgarLine33 D: EdgarDay2 I don't think she's aware of this. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_033_001 2120 0 EdgarLine33b D: EdgarDay2 She's very proud of him. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_033_002 1866 0 EdgarLine33c D: EdgarDay2 She says she always knew he was alive, and she'd dream about meeting him, and over the years, she created this image of him in her mind. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_033_003 7185 0 EdgarLine33d D: Graham I'm happy to know that they get along so well. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_041 1933 0 GrahamLine35 D: EdgarDay2 Rosella insists that he should talk more, and sometimes she wishes he would tell her more about his past, but her love for him is pure. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_034_000 7069 0 EdgarLine34 D: EdgarDay2 She even told me once that one of the reasons she rejected me the first time we met in Tamir... EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_034_001 4736 0 EdgarLine34b D: EdgarDay2 was because she couldn't bear the feeling that she was going to be separated so soon from her brother, after having just met him. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_034_002 6788 0 EdgarLine34c D: Graham I know how true that is. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_042_000 1423 0 GrahamLine36 D: Graham After she came back from Tamir, they would spend all their time together, day and night. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_042_001 4381 0 GrahamLine36b D: Graham Rosella was eager to show Alexander every hidden corner of Daventry, even when Alexander would sometimes prefer to stay alone reading, or be in the company of his mother. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_042_002 8096 0 GrahamLine36c D: EdgarDay2 Rosella says he's very close to the Queen. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_035 2211 0 EdgarLine35 D: Graham Yes... While Rosella and I are much alike... GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_043_000 2600 0 GrahamLine37 D: Graham ...Alexander really enjoys the company of his mother, and to Valanice this is a treasure, especially after believing him dead for so many years. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_043_001 7133 0 GrahamLine37b D: EdgarDay2 Do you think this family... EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_036_000 1369 0 EdgarLine36 D: EdgarDay2 ...and excuse me for being so bold of calling you my family... EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_036_001 3511 0 EdgarLine36b D: Graham You are one of us, my child. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_044 1437 0 GrahamLine38 D: EdgarDay2 Do you think we'll ever find happiness? EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_037 1959 0 EdgarLine37 D: Graham There's a paradox to that. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_045_000 1217 0 GrahamLine39 D: Graham You couldn't know what happiness is if you don't live through the tougher times like this. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_045_001 4260 0 GrahamLine39b D: Graham They make you stronger, and they make you value those moments of happiness with all your heart. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_045_002 4658 0 GrahamLine39c D: EdgarDay2 That is one thing I've learned already. But sometimes it seems as though there are more tough times than good, EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_038_000 5119 0 EdgarLine38 D: EdgarDay2 and we've all had enough of those. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_038_001 2069 0 EdgarLine38b D: Graham Edgar... you met the same fate as my son. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_030_000 2493 0 GrahamLine24 D: Graham You were taken from your family when you were an infant, and raised by someone who wasn't your mother... GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_030_001 3855 0 GrahamLine24b D: Graham How did it feel? GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_030_002 1852 200 GrahamLine24c D: EdgarDay2 Uhhh... Why don't you ask your son? EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_023_000 2114 0 EdgarLine23 D: EdgarDay2 It's not that I couldn't tell you, but... EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_023_001 2423 0 EdgarLine23b D: Graham Because Alexander... he doesn't talk much about it. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_031 2183 400 GrahamLine25 D: EdgarDay2 I don't know if I should say this... EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_024_000 1700 0 EdgarLine24 D: EdgarDay2 ...but it's funny that you mention that. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_024_001 1851 0 EdgarLine24b D: Graham Why? GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_032 701 200 GrahamLine26 D: EdgarDay2 I don't know... EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_025 1490 0 EdgarLine25 D: Graham I won't let him know. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_033 845 200 GrahamLine27 D: EdgarDay2 Well... I guess it wouldn't do any harm. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_026_000 2353 0 EdgarLine26 D: EdgarDay2 A couple of days ago... EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_026_001 1748 0 EdgarLine26b D: EdgarDay2 ...it was late at night, and Rosella and Cassima were busy with the wedding dress and all that. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_026_002 4767 0 EdgarLine26c D: EdgarDay2 So I walked to the beach and Alexander was there, swimming in the sea. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_026_003 4284 0 EdgarLine26d D: EdgarDay2 He didn't have his shirt on, and I saw these... EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_026_004 2973 0 EdgarLine26e D: EdgarDay2 ...scars on his back. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_026_005 2033 0 EdgarLine26f D: Graham Scars?! GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_034_000 824 0 GrahamLine28 D: Graham Heavens... GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_035_000 1235 0 GrahamLine29 D: Graham Did he notice you there? GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_035_001 1979 0 GrahamLine29b D: EdgarDay2 He did... EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_028_000 2035 0 EdgarLine28 D: EdgarDay2 I didn't know what to say. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_028_001 2238 0 EdgarLine28b D: EdgarDay2 It was very awkward for both of us. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_028_002 2279 0 EdgarLine28c D: EdgarDay2 I was about to leave, but he asked me to stay. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_028_003 3749 0 EdgarLine28d D: EdgarDay2 When I said it was funny you asked me that question, it was because he asked me the same. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_028_004 5552 0 EdgarLine28e D: EdgarDay2 He then went on to ask me if I had recovered from my own kidnapping. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_028_005 4797 0 EdgarLine28f D: Graham What was your answer? GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_036 789 0 GrahamLine30 D: EdgarDay2 Your Majesty... EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_029_000 1066 0 EdgarLine29 D: EdgarDay2 I didn't suffer as much as your son did. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_029_001 2546 0 EdgarLine29b D: EdgarDay2 Lolotte did love me, in her own twisted way... EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_029_002 3466 0 EdgarLine29c D: EdgarDay2 She did protect me! EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_029_003 1906 0 EdgarLine29d D: EdgarDay2 I wasn't treated as a slave, but as her son. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_029_004 3427 0 EdgarLine29e D: Graham Didn't you ever feel she wasn't your true mother? GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_037 2714 0 GrahamLine31 D: EdgarDay2 It was hard to tell... EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_030_000 1148 0 EdgarLine30 D: EdgarDay2 I guess sometimes I did... EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_030_001 2221 0 EdgarLine30b D: EdgarDay2 ...but I got used to it... EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_030_002 1268 0 EdgarLine30c D: EdgarDay2 That was something Alexander told me he never did. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_030_003 3140 0 EdgarLine30d D: EdgarDay2 He somehow knew he had a family out there. He could never bear the thought of never seeing them... you... EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_030_004 7816 0 EdgarLine30e D: Graham Maybe that's why he escaped while you stayed. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_038 1896 0 GrahamLine32 D: EdgarDay2 In my case, it was Rosella who made me see. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_031_000 2580 0 EdgarLine31 D: EdgarDay2 Who gave me the strength to do something about it. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_031_001 2915 0 EdgarLine31b D: EdgarDay2 But for Alex it was another story. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_031_002 3406 0 EdgarLine31c D: Graham Has Alexander talked to you more about it since that night? GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_039 2688 0 GrahamLine33 D: EdgarDay2 No... I never expected him to say anything the first time either. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_032 3563 0 EdgarLine32 T: Goodbye

0 0 0 4 D: Graham I'd better be off now. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_046 1042 0 GrahamLine40 D: EdgarDay2 Farewell, Your Highness. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_039_000 1030 0 EdgarLine39 D: EdgarDay2 Tell me if there is anything at all I can do to help Rosella. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_039_001 3255 0 EdgarLine39b D: Graham I will. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_047 451 0 GrahamLine41 T: WakeUp

0 0 7 0 T: WakeUp Part 1

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Oh, Edgar? Are you awake? GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_007 1357 0 GrahamLine1 T: WakeUp Part 2

0 0 0 1 D: EdgarDay2 What? Who...? EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_001_000 2057 200 EdgarLine1 T: WakeUp Part 3

0 0 0 1 D: EdgarDay2 Oh, it's you, King Graham. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_001_001 3418 0 EdgarLine1b T: WakeUp Part 4

0 0 0 1 D: EdgarDay2 Did you make it back all right? EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_001_002 1302 0 EdgarLine1c T: WakeUp Part 5

0 0 0 1 D: EdgarDay2 The sun is up already... EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_001_003 2357 0 EdgarLine1d T: WakeUp Part 6

0 0 0 1 D: EdgarDay2 What time is it? EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_001_004 1678 0 EdgarLine1e T: WakeUp Part 7

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Midmorning. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_008 559 0 GrahamLine2 T: GreetingsAwaken

0 0 0 11 D: Graham Hello there, lad. GRAHAM_2_IoC_docks_001_000 1053 0 GrahamNewLine1 D: EdgarDay2 Oh, it's you, King Graham. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_001_001 3418 0 EdgarnewLine1 D: EdgarDay2 Did you make it back alright? EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_001_002 1302 0 EdgarnewLine1b D: EdgarDay2 I stayed with Rosella until the storm passed, then I came here... EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_002_001 4644 0 EdgarnewLine1c D: Graham Wandering in the memories of what could have been is only going to make things worse for you. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_009 3544 0 GrahamNewLine2 D: EdgarDay2 I can't help it... EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_003_000 1627 0 EdgarNewLine3 D: EdgarDay2 Besides, it's not going to make it any easier if I'm somewhere else. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_003_001 3513 0 EdgarLine3b D: EdgarDay2 Rosella is still under that spell, no matter where I am. EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_003_002 4220 0 EdgarLine3c D: Graham It's not where you physically are, but where your heart is that matters. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_010_000 3162 0 GrahamLine4 D: Graham You have to believe. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_010_001 1694 0 GrahamLine4b D: EdgarDay2 I'm trying... EDGAR_2_IoC_garden_004 1535 0 EdgarLine4 C: Shamir

3 T: First Time Greetings

0 0 0 0 T: Second time greetings

0 0 0 2 D: Shamir King Graham. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_300_000 683 0 ShamirLine24 D: Graham Shamir? GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_301 640 0 ShamirGrahamLine26 T: Topics

0 0 7 0 T: Stranger

0 0 1 13 T: Letters

0 0 1 22 T: The Black Cloak Society

0 0 1 11 T: The Silver Cloak Society

0 0 1 15 T: The War

0 0 1 19 T: Pandora's Box Pandora's Box 0 0 0 14 D: Graham What exactly did this artifact do? GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_324 1827 150 ShamirGrahamLine22 D: Shamir I'm not sure exactly how it worked, but somehow they did use it to trap the Shadows inside. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_322_001 5637 0 ShamirLine21b D: Shamir And there are no records that say what happened to it after it was used. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_322_002 3738 0 ShamirLine21c D: Graham Yet somehow it ended up in Tamir, and Rosella found it there... Lolotte needed her help to do so. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_325_000 4920 0 ShamirGrahamLine23 D: Graham But Rosella stopped her before she could give it to the others, and then locked the Box up again. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_325_001 5118 0 ShamirGrahamLine23b D: Graham If what you say is true... then this Box... GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_325_002 3522 0 ShamirGrahamLine23c D: Graham It can never be opened again. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_325_003 1758 0 ShamirGrahamLine23d D: Graham I shudder to think what the consequences of such an action would be. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_325_004 3391 0 ShamirGrahamLine23e D: Shamir You must stop this man from finding it. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_323 2551 0 ShamirLine22 D: Graham First, I must save my children. Then I'll deal with that. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_326 2721 200 ShamirGrahamLine24 D: Shamir I get the feeling that in order to accomplish the first, you may find you'll have to do the latter as well. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_324 5654 150 ShamirLine23 D: Graham That may be the case. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_327_000 1404 200 ShamirGrahamLine25 D: Graham Thank you. And again, let's keep this between us until we know more. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_327_001 4790 200 ShamirGrahamLine25b D: Graham This is good information, but without anything more current, I don't know that we can use any of it. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_327_002 4703 200 ShamirGrahamLine25c D: Graham What happened at the end of the war? GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_318 1355 200 ShamirGrahamLine15 D: Shamir In due time, sire -- first, go back to the beginning. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_316_000 3344 150 ShamirLine15b D: Shamir There was a society of dark wizards that wanted nothing more than power. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_316_001 3663 0 ShamirLine15bb D: Shamir It turned some of them into dark beasts, inhuman walking Shadows. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_317_001 4765 0 ShamirLine16b D: Shamir With this power they ravaged the lands, killed innocents, brought suffering everywhere they went. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_317_003 6371 500 ShamirLine16d D: Shamir That was the beginning of the war, and by all accounts it was truly devastating. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_318_004 4864 0 ShamirLine17e D: Shamir But the Silver Cloaks were wise, and they crafted a weapon that trapped the Shadows and sealed them away forever. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_317_005 6300 0 ShamirLine16f D: Graham And so they defeated them? GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_320 1032 200 ShamirGrahamLine17 D: Shamir I'm not sure. That's where the trail runs cold. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_319_000 2788 0 ShamirLine18 D: Shamir There are no records of the war, the Silver Cloaks, or the Black Cloaks after that. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_319_001 4539 100 ShamirLine18b D: Shamir It's as if they all just vanished! SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_319_002 2606 0 ShamirLine18c D: Shamir Something must've happened, but I don't know what. I'm not sure anyone does. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_319_003 4947 0 ShamirLine18d D: Graham This is an interesting story... but it doesn't explain why that stranger or this Black Cloak Society would want to curse my children. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_322 6739 0 ShamirGrahamLine19 D: Shamir It has everything to do with them, Sire. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_320_000 2915 200 ShamirLine19 D: Shamir The artifact the Silver Cloaks used to defeat the dark wizard the first time around was called Pandora's Box. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_320_001 6661 150 ShamirLine19b D: Graham Pandora's Box? Rosella found it in Tamir... GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_323_000 2847 100 ShamirGrahamLine20 D: Graham The Box mentioned in the letter! It is the one and the same! GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_323_001 3181 150 ShamirGrahamLine20b D: Shamir Exactly! They must be seeking Pandora's Box once again. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_321 4110 200 ShamirLine20 D: Graham But why? GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_323b 796 500 ShamirGrahamLine21 D: Graham But who exactly were these Silver Cloaks? GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_314 2000 200 ShamirGrahamLine11 D: Shamir

I am not completely sure, but I do know they were masters of a lost form of magic that controls dreams. 

SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_312 6686 0 ShamirLine11 D: Graham Like the spell the Arch Druid told me about. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_315 1976 0 ShamirGrahamLine12 D: Shamir Not exactly. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_313_000 1066 200 ShamirLine12 D: Shamir The Silver Cloaks could not only control dreams, but they could shape them into whatever they wished. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_313_001_000 5810 100 ShamirLine12b D: Shamir They could drag people into the Dreamworld, and even make dreams appear around us in the waking world. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_313_001_001 5549 100 ShamirLine12b2 D: Shamir The tome implied the most powerful of them could even form reality from dreams themselves. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_313_002 6079 200 ShamirLine12c D: Graham Making dreams come true? And real? GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_316_000 2918 0 ShamirGrahamLine13 D: Graham Is that even possible? GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_316_001 1141 0 ShamirGrahamLine13b D: Shamir I've heard of myths and legends that speak of magic that deals with dreams, but even to us genies, it's a mystery... SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_314_000 6935 0 ShamirLine13 D: Shamir And we've been around for more years than you can count. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_314_001 3059 200 ShamirLine13b D: Shamir The spell you carry now is one I've never seen before. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_314_002 3760 100 ShamirLine13c D: Shamir With almost no records of the Silver Cloaks existing at all, it's clear they were very secretive, but also that they were a force of good. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_314_003 7970 200 ShamirLine13d D: Graham So they were essentially two societies at war? GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_317 2510 250 ShamirGrahamLine14 D: Shamir It runs deeper than that, but yes, there was a war between them. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_315 3865 150 ShamirLine14 D: Graham So, what is this Black Cloak Society? GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_312 2771 1000 ShamirGrahamLine9 D: Shamir A thousand years ago, there existed a dark cult of the worst and most evil wizards in the world. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_310_000 5372 0 ShamirLine9 D: Shamir A despicable force that grew stronger with each passing year. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_310_001 3617 0 ShamirLine9b D: Shamir At first, they only caused minor problems, but they steadily became a stronger force, and a menace to all the known lands. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_310_002 7453 0 ShamirLine9c D: Graham And they still exist to this day? GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_313_000 1615 0 ShamirGrahamLine10 D: Graham I believe Alexander mentioned them once or twice, now that I think of it, but he never told me much about it. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_313_001 5929 0 ShamirGrahamLine10b D: Shamir What's more interesting is how they formed and where they drew their name from. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_311_000 4489 150 ShamirLine10 D: Shamir You saw how in the letter he mentions the "Silver Cloaks?" SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_311_001 3534 200 ShamirLine10b D: Shamir They were another society that was even more secretive--there is almost no mention of them at all in any of the records I've been able to find. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_311_002 8281 150 ShamirLine10c D: Shamir I didn't make the connection until I came across an ancient tome, in a library far from here. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_311_003 5490 100 ShamirLine10d D: Shamir The Silver Cloak Society was formed by some of the wisest and most noble wizards--the perfect antithesis to the Black Cloaks. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_311_004 8173 0 ShamirLine10e D: Graham This is grave news. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_308_000 1292 0 ShamirGrahamLine5 D: Graham Hagatha... GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_308_001 1193 0 ShamirGrahamLine5b D: Graham That's the vile witch who kidnapped Valanice and locked her in a tower in Kolyma! GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_308_002 4182 100 ShamirGrahamLine5c D: Graham We never knew what happened to her. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_308_003 2075 0 ShamirGrahamLine5d D: Graham And Manannan, that's the blackguard who stole Alexander when he was just an infant! GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_308_004 4627 150 ShamirGrahamLine5e D: Graham He's the reason why Valanice and I spent so many sleepless nights worrying about our son! GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_308_005 4497 200 ShamirGrahamLine5f D: Shamir Do you think he was the one that at the wedding? SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_306 1778 0 ShamirLine5 D: Graham I don't see how he could be. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_309_000 1441 0 ShamirGrahamLine6 D: Graham The last I knew of him, he was stuck in the form of a cat as the result of a spell Alexander had cast on him. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_309_001 5715 0 ShamirGrahamLine6b D: Graham Do you know who this leader he speaks of might be? GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_309_002 2659 0 ShamirGrahamLine6c D: Shamir I don't, but Alexander has been investigating this for some time. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_307_000 3793 200 ShamirLine6 D: Shamir There is one name I can't recall, and I've been looking for this letter all over the place. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_307_001 5057 250 ShamirLine6b D: Shamir It was received by Alhazred during the time I was under his command. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_307_002 4345 150 ShamirLine6c D: Shamir I will look through Alexander's notes and see what I can make of it, Your Highness. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_307_003 4196 150 ShamirLine6d D: Shamir Perhaps the answers are in front of us yet! SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_307_004 2518 0 ShamirLine6e D: Graham Thank you. And Shamir? GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_310 2038 100 ShamirGrahamLine7 D: Shamir Yes? SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_308 497 0 ShamirLine7 D: Graham Do not mention any of this to anyone. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_311_000 2112 0 ShamirGrahamLine8 D: Graham Especially not to my wife. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_311_001 1715 0 ShamirGrahamLine8b D: Graham This letter from Hagatha would only upset her, as would the one from Manannan. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_311_002 4299 0 ShamirGrahamLine8c D: Graham Until we know more, I don't wish to burden her or the rest of my family further. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_311_003 4274 0 ShamirGrahamLine8d D: Shamir My lips are sealed, sire. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_309 1706 0 ShamirLine8 D: Graham Do you have any information about the Stranger? GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_302 2007 300 ShamirGrahamLine1 D: Shamir As a matter of fact, I do. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_301_000 1337 250 ShamirLine1 D: Shamir A while ago, Alexander learned that Alhazred was communicating with a group of people... SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_301_001 5262 0 ShamirLine1b D: Shamir I heard the name "Black Cloak Society" mentioned often by him when he was my master. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_301_002 4980 200 ShamirLine1c D: Graham Who were these people? GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_303 1055 200 ShamirGrahamLine2 D: Shamir There were at least six or seven. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_302_000 1475 200 ShamirLine2 D: Shamir Alexander mentioned your family had crossed paths with them at some point or another. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_302_001 3904 50 ShamirLine2b D: Graham Why didn't you mention this last night? GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_304 1956 300 ShamirGrahamLine3 D: Shamir I didn't want to alarm anybody. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_303_000 1673 0 ShamirLine3 D: Shamir I wanted to make sure that my information was accurate. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_303_001 3158 0 ShamirLine3b D: Graham Black Cloak Society... Do you think it's related to the cloaked man? GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_305 4102 100 ShamirGrahamLine4 D: Shamir

I'm positive.

SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_304_000 746 200 ShamirLine4 D: Shamir I looked again at some of the letters Alexander once found in Alhazred's room, and they confirm it. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_304_001 6106 0 ShamirLine4b T: Storm

0 0 0 5 D: Graham A very strange storm took over the Isles last night. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_328 2389 150 ShamirGrahamLine27 D: Shamir I know. We felt it here, too. It was unnatural. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_325_000 3324 150 ShamirLine25 D: Shamir Something happened last night, something big, and I don't know what it was. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_325_001 4334 100 ShamirLine25b D: Graham Let me know if you find the cause. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_329 1464 100 ShamirGrahamLine28 D: Shamir I shall, sire. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_326 900 200 ShamirLine26 T: Valanice

0 1 0 7 D: Graham Do you know what's happening to my wife? GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_332 1805 0 GrahamShamirLine205 D: Shamir No, Your Majesty, I do not. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_329 1949 0 ShamirLine202 D: Graham Do you think it has anything to do with what's going on? GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_333 2569 0 GrahamShamirLine207 D: Shamir It may, but it's hard to tell. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_330_000 2047 0 ShamirLine203 D: Shamir I haven't sensed any magic in the castle, but I couldn't find a trace of the Stranger either, even after he was right next to us. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_330_001 7369 0 ShamirLine203b D: Graham We'll stop this. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_334_000 1800 0 GrahamShamirLine209 D: Graham We will. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_334_001 1470 0 GrahamShamirLine209b T: Alexander

0 1 1 18 T: World of Dreams

0 0 0 10 D: Graham Manannan told Alexander that...He said that the place where we were was Alexander's creation. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_340_000 7729 0 GrahamShamirLine400 D: Graham That he and my daughter had a "power". GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_340_001 2976 0 GrahamShamirLine400b D: Shamir Sire, do you think that you, or your wife, could be descended from the Silver Cloaks? SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_336 5974 0 ShamirLine401 D: Graham That's ridiculous. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_341_000 1141 0 GrahamShamirLine402 D: Graham Neither of us has ever shown any kind of magical ability! GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_341_001 3150 0 GrahamShamirLine402b D: Shamir That doesn't mean that there isn't a connection. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_337 2462 0 ShamirLine403 D: Graham That--this is absurd. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_342 3420 0 GrahamShamirLine404 D: Shamir I apologize. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_338_000 1083 0 ShamirLine405 D: Shamir I didn't mean to offend you, Sire. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_338_001 1904 0 ShamirLine405b D: Graham It's alright. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_343 1390 0 GrahamShamirLine406 D: Graham I must tell you something, but I need you to promise me not to speak about this with anyone. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_335 5380 0 GrahamShamirLine110 D: Shamir You have my word. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_331 1359 0 GrahamShamirLine107 D: Graham As I was coming into the castle, before Valanice's...episode, something very strange happened. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_336_000 6703 0 GrahamShamirLine112 D: Graham It was as if the whole world around me changed. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_336_001 2959 0 GrahamShamirLine112b D: Graham I have never experienced anything like that before. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_336_002 3104 0 GrahamShamirLine112c D: Shamir What did you see? SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_332 1205 0 ShamirLine108 D: Graham I saw Alexander, in a land like this - yet completely different. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_337_000 4209 0 GrahamShamirLine114 D: Graham It was almost like a nightmare. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_337_001 2441 0 GrahamShamirLine114b D: Graham Alexander was standing there, talking to...to Manannan. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_337_002 6367 0 GrahamShamirLine114c D: Shamir The wizard who kidnapped him? SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_333_000 1820 0 ShamirLine109 D: Shamir But...how did you know it was him? SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_333_001 2613 0 ShamirLine109b D: Graham Alexander called him by name. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_338_000 2051 0 GrahamShamirLine116 D: Graham He was...very distraught to say the least. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_338_001 4059 0 GrahamShamirLine116b D: Shamir This is very interesting indeed. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_334_000 2276 0 ShamirLine110 D: Shamir It sounds similar to what I was telling you the other day, about how the Silver Cloaks' magic was said to be able to turn dreams into reality, and pull living people into the Dreamworld. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_334_001 10181 0 ShamirLine110b D: Graham Do you think that's what's happened? GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_339_000 1860 0 GrahamShamirLine118 D: Graham But if so, what would that mean? GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_339_001 2482 0 GrahamShamirLine118b D: Shamir I'm not certain, Sire. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_335 1616 0 ShamirLine111 T: Ranger

0 1 0 8 D: Graham I met another cloaked man, very different from the one at the wedding. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_344_000 4293 0 GrahamShamirLine127 D: Graham He spoke of the Silver Cloaks. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_344_001 2591 0 GrahamShamirLine127b D: Shamir What did he say? SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_339 1257 0 ShamirLine112 D: Graham To be honest, he didn't make much sense. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_345_000 3029 0 GrahamShamirLine329 D: Graham He said that there were twelve in the order and that they made a sacrifice a thousand years ago in order to entrap the man that took my children. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_345_001 7356 0 GrahamShamirLine329b D: Shamir So he is the leader of the Black Cloaks. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_340 2718 0 ShamirLine313 D: Graham But why is he after my family? GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_346 1817 0 GrahamShamirLine331 D: Shamir Your guess is as good as mine, Your Majesty. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_341 2359 0 ShamirLine314 T: More Information

0 1 0 2 D: Graham Do you have any new information? GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_347 1461 0 GrahamShamirLine133 D: Shamir No, your majesty. This is all I have. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_342 0 0 ShamirLine115 T: Goodbye

0 0 0 2 D: Graham I should get back to my quest. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_330 1361 200 ShamirGrahamLine26 D: Shamir Good luck, sire. I will continue researching. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_327 2645 250 ShamirLine24 C: Shamir Returns

1 T: Topics

0 0 2 0 T: Black Cloak Society

0 0 2 8 T: Silver Cloak Society

0 0 1 5 T: Real Dreams

0 0 0 3 D: Graham Making dreams come true? And real? Is that even possible?

0 2000

D: Shamir I’ve heard of myths and legends that speak of magic that deals with dreams, but even to us genies, it’s a mystery–and we’ve been around for more than you can count. The spell you carry now is one I've never seen before.

0 6000

D: Shamir The Silver Cloaks were extremely secretive and they performed good deeds without letting the rest of the humanity know of their existence. Only a few knew how to call on them.

0 4000

D: Graham But who exactly were these Silver Cloaks?

0 1500

D: Shamir I am not completely sure, but they were masters of a lost form of magic that controls dreams.

0 2000

D: Graham Like the spell the Arch Druid told me about?

0 1500

D: Shamir Not exactly. The Silver Cloaks not only could control dreams, but they could shape them into whatever they wished, they could drag us into the Dreamworld, and they could even make dreams appear around us, just like that.

0 6000

D: Shamir The tome implied that the most powerful of them could even form reality from dreams themselves.

0 2000

T: Conflict

0 0 1 9 T: Aftermath

0 0 1 8 T: Pandora's Box

0 0 0 7 D: Graham What exactly did this artifact do?

0 1500

D: Shamir It was a magnificent source of dark power. Its origins date back beyond written history. The Black Cloaks abused this power, but then… and then box was lost. There are no records of it after the war ended, either.

0 5000

D: Graham Yet somehow it ended up in Tamir, and Rosella found it there...Lolotte needed her help just to do so, but she must have been killed before she could give it to the others. What could be left in the Box that they would still want or need now?

0 6000

D: Shamir I'm not certain, Sire, but I would guess that since the two Socieites faded out of history after the war, maybe the powers of the Box were sealed back inside? It would explain why they are looking for it.

0 6000

D: Graham That could be it. Shamir, can you look into this some more? See if you can find out anything else?

0 3000

D: Shamir Of course, Sire. Anything to help King Alexander!

0 2000

D: Graham Thank you. And again, let's keep this between us until we know more. This is good information, but without anything more current, I don't know that we can use any of it.

0 5000

D: Graham How did the war end?

0 1500

D: Shamir I'm not sure. There were records from before it began, but then the trail runs cold. Almost as if everything stopped all of the sudden!

0 3000

D: Shamir There are no records of the war, the Silver Cloaks, or the Black Cloaks after that. It’s as if everything just vanished! Something must've happened, but I do not know what. I'm not sure anyone does.

0 5000

D: Graham This is an interesting story, but it doesn't explain why that cloaked man or this Black Cloak Society would want to curse my children.

0 3000

D: Shamir It has everything to do with them, Sire. The source of the power of the Black Cloak Society was an artifact called Pandora’s Box.

0 3000

D: Graham Pandora’s Box? Rosella found it in Tamir…. (realizing) The Box mentioned in the letter! It is one and the same?

0 3000

D: Shamir Exactly! They must be seeking Pandora's Box once again.

0 2000

D: Graham But why?

0 1000

D: Graham So they were essentially two societies at war?

0 2000

D: Shamir It runs deeper than that, but yes, there was a war between them.

0 2000

D: Graham What happened at the end of the war?

0 1500

D: Shamir In due time, Sire. First go back to the beginning.

0 1500

D: Shamir From what I could find, the Black Cloaks started in small numbers, but they were always disbanded easily by the Silver Cloaks.

0 3000

D: Shamir The Silver Cloaks were masters of their magic and had incredible power. That was until the Black Cloaks uncovered an untapped source of dark power.

0 4000

D: Graham Did this power make them stronger than the Silver Cloaks?

0 2000

D: Shamir Worse. It changed them. It turned some of them into dark beasts or pure evil, inhuman walking shadows.

0 3000

D: Shamir The stronger ones maintained their human forms, and drew power from the shadows. They became as strong as the Silver Cloaks, and that was when the war began–one that lasted for many years and devastated many lands.

0 5000

D: Graham So, what is this Black Cloak Society?

0 2000

D: Shamir A thousand years ago, there existed a dark cult of the worst and most evil wizards in the world.

0 2000

D: Shamir A despicable force that grew stronger with the years. At first, they only caused minor problems, but they steadily became a stronger force, and a menace to all the known lands.

0 5000

D: Graham And they still exist? I believe Alexander mentioned them once or twice, now that I think of it, but he never told me much about it.

0 3000

D: Shamir What’s more interesting is how they formed and where they drew their name from. You saw how in the letter he mentions "The Silver Cloaks"?

0 4000

D: Shamir There are records of another society, even more secretive. I couldn’t make the connection until I came across a very old tome, in a library far, far away from here.

0 4000

D: Shamir his Silver Cloak Society was formed by some of the wisest and most noble wizards the perfect antithesis to the Black Cloaks.

0 3000

D: Shamir It seems that the Silver Cloaks were there first, and from what I could find, the Black Cloak Society was founded with the goal of eliminating the Silver Cloaks and stealing their power. 

0 4000

T: Goodbye

0 0 0 2 D: Graham I should get back to my quest.

0 1500

D: Shamir Good luck, sire. I will continue researching.

0 2000

C: Readletters

1 T: Read The Letters

0 0 0 1 D: Shamir Please, read the letters. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_305 1520 0

C: Shamir Letters

3 T: LettersGive - Part 1

0 0 0 1 D: Shamir Here, look at these. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_304_002 1717 0 ShamirLine4c T: LettersGive - Part 2

0 0 0 1 D: Shamir The first is dated from a few years ago, but the second one arrived in Alhazred's magical letter box just after he was captured. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_304_003 8156 0 ShamirLine4d T: LettersGive - Part 3

0 0 0 1 D: Shamir Alexander had hoped to use it to learn more, but the magical letter box stopped working shortly after that. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_304_004 5991 0 ShamirLine4e C: ShamirEp4

2 T: First time greetings

0 0 0 13 D: Shamir Your Majesty! SHAMIR_4_IoC_Innergarden_001 0 0 ShamirConvLine1 D: Graham Yes? GRAHAM_4_IoC_Innergarden_002 0 0 GrahamShamirConvLine1 D: Shamir I found his name! SHAMIR_4_IoC_Innergarden_003 0 0 ShamirConvLine2 D: Graham At last! GRAHAM_4_IoC_Innergarden_003 0 0 GrahamShamirConvLine2 D: Shamir His name is Shadrack. SHAMIR_4_IoC_Innergarden_004_000 0 0 ShamirConvLine3 D: Shamir I would've been able to tell you sooner, but the letters that had his name on them have disappeared. SHAMIR_4_IoC_Innergarden_004_001 0 0 ShamirConvLine3b D: Graham Then how did you find it? GRAHAM_4_IoC_Innergarden_004 0 0 GrahamShamirConvLine3 D: Shamir Alexander kept notes on his investigations, and I found a journal where he had made mention of the name. SHAMIR_4_IoC_Innergarden_005_000 0 0 ShamirConvLine4 D: Shamir Once I saw it, the memory came back to me... SHAMIR_4_IoC_Innergarden_005_001 0 0 ShamirConvLine4b D: Shamir He was one of the Black Cloak members that Alhazred wrote to, and he would send my former master letters with orders in them. SHAMIR_4_IoC_Innergarden_005_002 0 0 ShamirConvLine4c D: Shamir I think he was very high up in their order. SHAMIR_4_IoC_Innergarden_005_003 0 0 ShamirConvLine4d D: Graham Shadrack... GRAHAM_4_IoC_Innergarden_006_000 0 0 GrahamShamirConvLine4 D: Graham Thank you, Shamir. GRAHAM_4_IoC_Innergarden_006_001 0 0 GrahamShamirConvLine4b T: Topics

0 0 2 0 T: Time events Time 0 0 0 31 D: Graham Something horrible has happened, Shamir. GRAHAM_4_IoC_Innergarden_008_000 0 500 GrahamShamirConvLine5 D: Graham Prince Cocteau of the Isle of the Beast has turned back into a beast! GRAHAM_4_IoC_Innergarden_008_001 0 0 GrahamShamirConvLine5b D: Shamir How is that possible? SHAMIR_4_IoC_Innergarden_007 0 0 ShamirConvLine6 D: Graham I'm not sure, but strange events are also happening all over the Isles. GRAHAM_4_IoC_Innergarden_009_000 0 0 GrahamShamirConvLine6 D: Graham At first, I didn't think much of it, but... GRAHAM_4_IoC_Innergarden_009_001 0 0 GrahamShamirConvLine6b D: Graham ...the fountain in the village is flowing backwards, the mapmaker's maps are vanishing, and the blacksmith's forge keeps going out. GRAHAM_4_IoC_Innergarden_009_002 0 0 GrahamShamirConvLine6c D: Shamir Peculiar indeed. SHAMIR_4_IoC_Innergarden_008 0 0 ShamirConvLine7 D: Graham That's not all. GRAHAM_4_IoC_Innergarden_010_000 0 0 GrahamShamirConvLine7 D: Graham On the Isle of Wonder, the chess match that the Knights told me happened yesterday is somehow taking place all over again. GRAHAM_4_IoC_Innergarden_010_001 0 0 GrahamShamirConvLine7b D: Graham Sing-Sing's chicks have become eggs, and Black Widow said that there are reports of similar things happening elsewhere in the world. GRAHAM_4_IoC_Innergarden_010_002 0 0 GrahamShamirConvLine7c D: Shamir That might explain why I've been having trouble remembering some spells that I've recently learned. SHAMIR_4_IoC_Innergarden_009_000 0 0 ShamirConvLine8 D: Shamir This is not good, Sire. SHAMIR_4_IoC_Innergarden_009_001 0 0 ShamirConvLine8b D: Shamir I fear what it could mean. SHAMIR_4_IoC_Innergarden_009_002 0 0 ShamirConvLine8c D: Graham What's that? GRAHAM_4_IoC_Innergarden_011 0 0 GrahamShamirConvLine8 D: Shamir Everything I've read and heard says that Pandora's Box contains incredible evil, and we know the Black Cloaks have been trying to get their hands on it. SHAMIR_4_IoC_Innergarden_010_000 0 0 ShamirConvLine9 D: Shamir Sire... what if they did find it and somehow opened it? SHAMIR_4_IoC_Innergarden_010_001 0 0 ShamirConvLine9b D: Shamir

With power like that, I'm not sure if there would be anything they couldn't do!

SHAMIR_4_IoC_Innergarden_010_002 0 0 ShamirConvLine9c D: Graham But then why waste it on odd tricks like making water flow backwards and erasing maps? GRAHAM_4_IoC_Innergarden_012 0 0 GrahamShamirConvLine9 D: Shamir I'm not so worried about maps and water, Sire, as I am about everything in the world being undone. SHAMIR_4_IoC_Innergarden_011_000 0 0 ShamirConvLine10 D: Shamir If I'm already forgetting spells and birds are turning back into eggs... SHAMIR_4_IoC_Innergarden_011_001 0 0 ShamirConvLine10b D: Shamir How much longer will it be until everything else in the world has reversed itself? SHAMIR_4_IoC_Innergarden_011_002 0 0 ShamirConvLine10c D: Graham Are you saying that the Box can revert time? GRAHAM_4_IoC_Innergarden_013 0 0 GrahamShamirConvLine10 D: Shamir It's not just a simple reversion... SHAMIR_4_IoC_Innergarden_012_000 0 0 ShamirConvLine11 D: Shamir I think it may be erasing things, Sire. SHAMIR_4_IoC_Innergarden_012_001 0 0 ShamirConvLine11b D: Shamir Erasing events, memories, even life itself. SHAMIR_4_IoC_Innergarden_012_002 0 0 ShamirConvLine11c D: Graham But if they erase everything else in the world... GRAHAM_4_IoC_Innergarden_014_000 0 0 GrahamShamirConvLine11 D: Graham ...then the only things still left would be the Black Cloaks! GRAHAM_4_IoC_Innergarden_014_001 0 0 GrahamShamirConvLine11b D: Graham Shamir, we can't let that happen! GRAHAM_4_IoC_Innergarden_014_002 0 0 GrahamShamirConvLine11c D: Shamir If the Box has already been opened, we may be too late, Sire. SHAMIR_4_IoC_Innergarden_013_000 0 0 ShamirConvLine12 D: Shamir And it could explain the storm we had last night... SHAMIR_4_IoC_Innergarden_013_001 0 0 ShamirConvLine12b D: Shamir ...there was something evil and unnatural about it. SHAMIR_4_IoC_Innergarden_013_002 0 0 ShamirConvLine12c T: Goodbye ShamirDisappearsForever 0 1 0 4 D: Graham I will find this Shadrack, and hopefully put an end to this evil madness. GRAHAM_4_IoC_Innergarden_015 0 0 GrahamShamirConvLine12 D: Shamir Good luck, Sire. SHAMIR_4_IoC_Innergarden_006_000 0 0 ShamirConvLine13 D: Shamir Please, be careful. SHAMIR_4_IoC_Innergarden_006_001 0 0 ShamirConvLine13b D: Graham I shall. GRAHAM_4_IoC_Innergarden_007 0 0 GrahamShamirConvLine13 TSL CONVERSATIONS: 1 2 C: Action - Look

22 T: Global

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator A day has already passed since the events from yesterday, and although the rest of the world is slowly coming back to life, this garden seems stagnated in time, as if the ghosts that haunt it will only go away when Alexander and Rosella open their eyes. NARRATOR_2_IoC_garden_001 15999 0

T: Altar

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator It hurts Graham to look at that lone altar, where his daughter met her unjust and unexpected fate. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_002_000 5962 0

D: Narrator He vows to save both her and Alexander, and hopefully find out who this stranger is as well. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_002_001 6717 0

T: Benches

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator White benches, some standing and some lying on their sides, are spattered with mud from the last of the fleeing guests and the sudden rain. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_004 8000 0

T: Knight

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The impressive and large suit-of-armor gives an imposing presence of guarding the hallway. NARRATOR_2_IoC_gardenhall_006_000 5042 0

D: Narrator It's unfortunate it's only an empty suit of armor and nothing more, or perhaps it may have been of help the day before. NARRATOR_2_IoC_gardenhall_006_001 6473 0

T: GarlandsClosed

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator That's strange. NARRATOR_2_IoC_gardenhall_002_000 1385 0

D: Narrator These flowers look as if they have not even bloomed yet. NARRATOR_2_IoC_gardenhall_002_001 3359 0

D: Narrator Have the cold and rain affected them somehow? NARRATOR_2_IoC_gardenhall_002_002 2767 0

T: DoorKitchen

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator That door leads to the kitchen. NARRATOR_2_IoC_gardenhall_003_000 2025 0

T: DoorGarden

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham finds it strange they would have left the doors open after the recent attack, but then again, what difference does it make? NARRATOR_1_IoC_halltogarden_004_001 6840 0

D: Narrator If the assailant can appear and disappear from their midst at will, mere doors won't stop him. NARRATOR_1_IoC_halltogarden_004_002 5873 0

T: GlobalHallway

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Just yesterday, Rosella walked through this hallway to the gardens, radiant in her beautiful wedding gown and beaming at her groom. NARRATOR_2_IoC_gardenhall_001_000 7826 0

T: SecondFloor

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Was he watching from this floor? NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_010_000 1856 0

D: Narrator Did he have his eyes locked on Rosella, Valanice, Alexander, all at the same time? NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_010_002 5483 0

D: Narrator Was he even hiding, or perhaps watching from above all these past days, and even now, watching Graham as he thinks of him... NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_010_004 8679 0

T: Windows

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The windows of many of the guestrooms in the castle overlook the usually lovely gardens. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_011_000 5326 0

D: Narrator Unsurprisingly, no one is looking out of them today. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_011_001 2915 0

T: Carpet

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The carpet, which recently signified a dignified path for the princess to walk, now has a new meaning to Graham's eyes. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_013_000 7321 0

T: Arch

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham remembers this altar drawing criss-crossed shadows on Rosella's white gown and Edgar's blue cape. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_015_000 5988 0

D: Narrator Though neither of them stands here now, it feels as though the shadows it cast remain. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_015_001 5283 0

T: Pillars

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The tall strong pillars are masterfully crafted, just like the rest of the castle. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_017_000 5132 0

T: Stairs

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham wanted to follow Valanice when she went looking for Alexander, but Cassima convinced him to stay, saying that it was probably nothing he needed to worry about. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_018_000 9735 0

D: Narrator He now wishes he had gone, but even so, could he have done anything at all? NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_018_001 4679 0

T: Balcony

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The balcony had seemed like the perfect vantage point to watch the entirety of his daughter's wedding earlier, but now Graham can only curse the distance it put between him and Rosella. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_019_000 9962 0

T: Doorways

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator These doors provide passage between the different areas of the second floor. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_021 4830 0

T: DoorMainHall

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The door leads back to the main hall of the castle. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_043 2833 0

T: Pan

0 0 2 0 T: BeforeExchange

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Pan, Rosella's old Tamir friend, looks to be relaxing while playing the lute Rosella gave him in exchange for his flute. NARRATOR_2_IoC_garden_006_000 7547 0

D: Narrator Graham wonders how Pan felt about changing from a wind instrument to a stringed instrument. NARRATOR_2_IoC_garden_006_001 5585 0

T: AfterExchange

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Pan was kind enough to give up his lute for Alexander's flute. NARRATOR_2_IoC_garden_007 4377 0

T: Edgar

0 0 2 0 T: WhileSleeping

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Poor Edgar... NARRATOR_2_IoC_garden_009_000 1293 0

D: Narrator Knowing the prince, Graham has no doubt Edgar has been blaming himself for letting that cloaked man steal Rosella out of his embrace. NARRATOR_2_IoC_garden_009_002 8679 0

T: WhileAwaken

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Edgar's eyes look lost somewhere between yesterday and today, in mixed memories of his betrothed. NARRATOR_2_IoC_garden_010_000 6591 0

T: Garlands

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The garlands still remain, wilting the more every hour they hang upon the walls, with nobody removing them from sight. NARRATOR_2_IoC_mainhall_002 7577 0

T: Shamir

0 0 0 2 D: Graham Alexander has often said Shamir is very helpful, and I have to agree. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_300_000 4104 0

D: Graham He's already been a great aid to me in my quest. GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_300_001 2629 0

T: SprayBottleSeq

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Someone must have forgotten this water bottle here. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_003 3451 0

C: Action - Hand

11 T: Knight

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator As dashing as he may look in armor, that suit is not only too large to fit Graham, it's far too heavy to be of any real use to him. NARRATOR_2_IoC_gardenhall_007_000 9226 0

D: Narrator The king much prefers his own clothing: nice and light to let him move quickly, and the colors complement his skin tone so perfectly. NARRATOR_2_IoC_gardenhall_007_001 9727 0

T: DoorKitchen

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham does not want to disturb the cook and his staff, if they are even there at the moment. NARRATOR_2_IoC_gardenhall_005_000 4900 0

T: Altar

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Moving the altar will not reveal hidden doors. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_009_000 2821 0

D: Narrator The stranger quite clearly did not emerge from some hidden entrance into the gardens. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_009_001 4878 0

T: Windows

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Even if Graham could crawl through the windows into the guest hallways, there's nothing to be found there but silence and fear. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_012 7170 0

T: Carpet

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Although he could roll it in and take one more memory out of the way, Graham doesn't have time for that now. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_014 6264 0

T: Arch

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The arch is sturdy. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_016_000 1252 0

T: Pillars

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The columns are very smooth to the touch. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_016_000 2536 0

T: Balcony

0 0 0 6 D: Narrator Graham is even more reluctant to put his hand upon the balcony now, after narrowly avoiding losing Valanice over the edge of one so like it. NARRATOR_2_IoC_garden_011_000 8453 0

D: Narrator How did he not see any signs of her desperation? NARRATOR_2_IoC_garden_011_001 3041 0

D: Narrator When she stood on the balcony outside their room, did the memory of the wedding overwhelm her? NARRATOR_2_IoC_garden_011_002 5186 0

D: Narrator Was that what drove her to such ends? NARRATOR_2_IoC_garden_011_003 2169 0

D: Narrator How much more can he himself stand, he wonders, before the threats of losing everyone he loves would put him in such a state? NARRATOR_2_IoC_garden_011_004 7869 0

D: Narrator The King of Daventry pulls his hand away from the marble railing, having no desire to contemplate such horrid things as that. NARRATOR_2_IoC_garden_011_005 9358 0

T: DoorGarden

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham would feel safer if these doors were locked, even if they don't truly offer much protection. NARRATOR_2_IoC_gardenhall_008_000 6490 0

D: Narrator However, Saladin and the guards may have their own reasons for the gates to be open, so he'll leave them be. NARRATOR_2_IoC_gardenhall_008_001 6943 0

T: Garlands

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator As much as Graham would like them out of his sight, he doesn't have time to remove them. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_010_000 4772 0

T: Bench

0 0 0 5 D: Narrator Hey, now, stop slacking, you! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_000 2566 0

D: Narrator You have a family to save and a huge evil to fight! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_001 2874 0

D: Narrator And I'm not gonna stand around here and wait until you're done taking a breather! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_002 3526 0

D: Narrator I mean, kings these days... NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_003 2560 0

D: Narrator They don't make them like they used to! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_004 1946 0 TSL CONVERSATIONS: 1 3 C: Action - Look

20 T: Global

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham has never seen such a lovely garden in such ugly disarray. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_001_000 4227 0

T: Altar

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator It hurts Graham to look at that lone altar, where his daughter met her unjust and unexpected fate. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_002_000 5962 0

D: Narrator He vows to save both her and Alexander, and hopefully find out who this stranger is as well. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_002_001 6717 0

T: Benches

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator White benches, some standing and some lying on their sides, are spattered with mud from the last of the fleeing guests and the sudden rain. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_004 8000 0

T: CloakSeq

0 0 0 1 D: Graham It's the cloak that that dark creature left behind when it vanished! GRAHAM_1_IoC_garden_001 3051 0

T: Oberon

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Edgar's father, King Oberon of Etheria, looks both saddened and angry. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_006_000 4648 0

D: Narrator He is no doubt worried for his daughter-in-law, as well as for his son. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_006_001 3956 0

T: Titania

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Queen Titania stays silently at her husband's side. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_007_000 3003 0

D: Narrator Noticing Graham, she looks at him with sorrow in her violet eyes, then casts them toward the ground again, restraining a heavy sigh. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_007_001 7622 0

T: Knight

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The impressive and large suit-of-armor gives an imposing presence of guarding the hallway. NARRATOR_2_IoC_gardenhall_006_000 5042 0

T: Garlands

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator There doesn't seem to be a single place the staff didn't decorate for Rosella and Edgar's wedding. NARRATOR_1_IoC_halltogarden_002 5874 0

T: DoorKitchen

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator That door leads to the kitchen. NARRATOR_1_IoC_halltogarden_003_000 1695 0

D: Narrator The exquisite dishes prepared for the wedding feast have probably all gone to waste now, and the kitchen itself has gone silent for the day. NARRATOR_1_IoC_halltogarden_003_001 7961 0

T: DoorGarden

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham finds it strange they would have left the doors open after the recent attack, but then again, what difference does it make? NARRATOR_1_IoC_halltogarden_004_001 6840 0

D: Narrator If the assailant can appear and disappear from their midst at will, mere doors won't stop him. NARRATOR_1_IoC_halltogarden_004_002 5873 0

T: GlobalHallway

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator A few weeks ago, Rosella asked her father if he would mind not walking her down the aisle through these hallways. NARRATOR_1_IoC_halltogarden_001_000 6723 0

D: Narrator Graham was hesitant, until she explained that she felt it was something she had to do on her own, and that knowing her father saw that and believed she was strong enough, and that he was still there to support her, would mean the world to her. NARRATOR_1_IoC_halltogarden_001_001 14662 0

D: Narrator She always did have to do things her own way, after all! NARRATOR_1_IoC_halltogarden_001_002 3392 0

D: Narrator Graham agreed, of course, and did feel a surge of pride in his little girl, all grown up, when she emerged into the gardens in her gorgeous gown, her eyes shining with love and her smile lighting up the day as she joined her true love at the altar. NARRATOR_1_IoC_halltogarden_001_003 15919 0

T: SecondFloor

0 0 0 5 D: Narrator Was he watching from this floor? NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_010_000 1856 0

D: Narrator Was he impishly smiling then, looking at the innocent joy that unfolded down below, rubbing his hands in expectation of what was about to happen and cruelly aware of his success? NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_010_001 11351 0

D: Narrator Did he have his eyes locked on Rosella, Valanice, Alexander, all at the same time? NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_010_002 5483 0

D: Narrator Could he hear them breathe slowly, and then notice their pulse beating faster as he progressively wrecked chaos over them? NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_010_003 8404 0

D: Narrator Was he even hiding, or perhaps watching from above all these past days, and even now, watching Graham as he thinks of him... NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_010_004 8679 0

T: Windows

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The windows of many of the guestrooms in the castle overlook the usually lovely gardens. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_011_000 5326 0

D: Narrator Unsurprisingly, no one is looking out of them today. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_011_001 2915 0

T: Carpet

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The carpet, which recently signified a dignified path for the princess to walk, now has a new meaning to Graham's eyes. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_013_000 7321 0

D: Narrator Something died here, even when he knows his children are still alive, something was cruelly murdered here when Rosella's wedding ended in such tragedy. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_013_001 9585 0

T: Arch

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham remembers this altar drawing criss-cross shadows on Rosella's white gown and Edgar's blue cape. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_015_000 5988 0

D: Narrator Though neither of them stands here now, it feels as though the shadows it cast remain. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_015_001 5283 0

T: Pillars

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The tall strong pillars are masterfully crafted, just like the rest of the castle. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_017_000 5132 0

D: Narrator Graham is yet again struck by how beautiful the Castle of the Crown is, while still so different from his own much beloved castle home. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_017_001 8075 0

T: Stairs

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham wanted to follow Valanice when she went looking for Alexander, but Cassima convinced him to stay, saying that it was probably nothing he needed to worry about. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_018_000 9735 0

D: Narrator He now wishes he had gone, but even so, could he have done anything at all? NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_018_001 4679 0

T: Balcony

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator The balcony had seemed like the perfect vantage point to watch the entirety of his daughter's wedding earlier, but now Graham can only curse the distance it put between him and Rosella. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_019_000 9962 0

D: Narrator Had he been down there, on the ground, nearer to her, could he have done something? Anything at all? NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_019_001 6415 0

D: Narrator Though it seems unlikely, the possibility that it could have made a difference taunts him. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_019_002 5509 0

T: Doorways

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator These doors provide passage between the different areas of the second floor. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_021 4830 0

T: DoorMainHall

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The door leads back to the main hall of the castle. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_043 2833 0

C: Action - Hand

12 T: CloakSeq

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Though not sure what good it will do to have just the cloak of the stranger in his hands, Graham takes the garment into his possession. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_008 8226 0

T: Knight

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator As dashing as he may look in armor, that suit is not only too large to fit Graham, it's far too heavy to be of any real use to him. NARRATOR_2_IoC_gardenhall_007_000 9226 0

D: Narrator The King much prefers his own clothing: nice and light to let him move quickly, and the colors complement his skin tone so perfectly. NARRATOR_2_IoC_gardenhall_007_001 9727 0

T: DoorKitchen

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham does not want to disturb the cook and his staff. NARRATOR_1_IoC_halltogarden_005_000 2859 0

D: Narrator They are probably just as distressed as the rest of the people in the castle, and it's not as though he feels like eating at a time like this. NARRATOR_1_IoC_halltogarden_005_001 7870 0

T: Altar

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Moving the altar will not reveal hidden doors. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_009_000 2821 0

D: Narrator The stranger quite clearly did not emerge from some hidden entrance into the gardens. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_009_001 4878 0

T: Windows

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Even if Graham could crawl through the windows into the guest hallways, there's nothing to be found there but silence and fear. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_012 7170 0

T: Carpet

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Although he could roll it in and take one more memory out of the way, Graham doesn't have time for that now. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_014 6264 0

T: Arch

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator The arch is sturdy. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_016_000 1252 0

D: Narrator The servants of the castle put it here just a few days ago. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_016_001 2981 0

D: Narrator Graham was passing by and decided to help them, much to their surprise. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_016_002 4523 0

T: Pillars

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The columns are very smooth to the touch. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_016_000 2536 0

D: Narrator The people in the castle must take very good care of them. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_016_001 3954 0

T: Balcony

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Graham is reluctant to rest his hands on the balcony's railing again. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_020_000 3984 0

D: Narrator The smooth surface, slick with rain, becomes a tactile trigger that plays the scene of his children's tragedy over again in his head. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_020_001 7111 0

D: Narrator His fingers grip the rail now as they did then, uselessly, the evil forces at work as unyielding as the marble. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_020_002 7622 0

T: DoorGarden

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham would feel safer if these doors were locked, even if they don't truly offer much protection. NARRATOR_2_IoC_gardenhall_008_000 6490 0

D: Narrator However, Saladin and the guards may have their own reasons for the gates to be open, so he'll leave them be. NARRATOR_2_IoC_gardenhall_008_001 6943 0

T: Garlands

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator As much as Graham would like them out of his sight, he doesn't have time to remove them. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_010_000 4772 0

D: Narrator Hopefully the castle's maids will take care of that, and soon. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_010_001 3982 0

T: Bench

0 0 0 5 D: Narrator Hey, now, stop slacking, you! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_000 2566 0

D: Narrator You have a family to save and a huge evil to fight! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_001 2874 0

D: Narrator And I'm not gonna stand around here and wait until you're done taking a breather! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_002 3526 0

D: Narrator I mean, kings these days... NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_003 2560 0

D: Narrator They don't make them like they used to! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_004 1946 0

C: Oberon and Titania

3 T: First time greetings

0 0 0 6 D: Graham Greetings, Your Highnesses. GRAHAM_1_IoC_garden_002 1251 0 GrahamOberonLine1 D: Titania Good day, Graham. TITANIA_1_IoC_garden_001_000 1353 0 TitaniaLine1 D: Titania I cannot tell you how sorry Oberon and I are for all that is happening. TITANIA_1_IoC_garden_001_001 4593 0 TitaniaLine1b D: Graham You are most kind, my dear Queen. GRAHAM_1_IoC_garden_003_000 1659 0 GrahamOberonLine2 D: Graham I hope there is something that can be done to break this enchantment on my poor children. GRAHAM_1_IoC_garden_003_001 4605 0 GrahamOberonLine2b D: Titania So do we. TITANIA_1_IoC_garden_002 1220 0 TitaniaLine2 T: Second time greetings

0 0 0 2 D: Graham Are you still enjoying the outdoors? GRAHAM_1_IoC_garden_004 1894 0 GrahamOberonLine3 D: Titania I hardly could enjoy anything at the moment, but it does help to soothe my spirit. TITANIA_1_IoC_garden_003 5964 0 TitaniaLine3 T: Topics

0 0 3 0 T: Tragedy

0 0 2 5 T: Edgar

0 0 0 23 D: Graham Do you think Edgar will recover from this all right? GRAHAM_1_IoC_garden_007 2315 0 GrahamOberonLine4 D: Titania It's hard to say... I've... I've noticed that his fairy soul is still fragile, but he may yet surprise us. TITANIA_1_IoC_garden_005 7727 0 TitaniaLine4 D: Oberon He will recover only when his bride does. OBERON_1_IoC_garden_002 4943 0 OberonLine1 D: Graham They were both so happy these days. GRAHAM_1_IoC_garden_008_000 1654 0 GrahamOberonLine5 D: Graham Rosella kept telling me these stories about how she loved your homeland so much. GRAHAM_1_IoC_garden_008_001 4335 0 GrahamOberonLine5b D: Titania It was wonderful to see her and Edgar there together, and so happy. TITANIA_1_IoC_garden_006 5586 0 TitaniaLine5 D: Graham I'd give anything to undo what's happened to my little girl. GRAHAM_1_IoC_garden_009 4615 0 GrahamOberonLine6 D: Titania It must have been lovely, being able to raise your own child. TITANIA_1_IoC_garden_007_000 3867 0 TitaniaLine6 D: Titania And Rosella is such an eager girl... TITANIA_1_IoC_garden_007_001 2742 0 TitaniaLine6b D: Titania All the time she spent with us she was always inquiring about everything in sight... TITANIA_1_IoC_garden_007_002 4682 0 TitaniaLine6c D: Titania Etheria, Eldritch, Edgar... TITANIA_1_IoC_garden_007_003 2962 0 TitaniaLine6d D: Graham That's Rosella... GRAHAM_1_IoC_garden_010_000 934 0 GrahamOberonLine7 D: Graham Just yesterday I had to tell her to stop and go take a walk. GRAHAM_1_IoC_garden_010_001 3441 0 GrahamOberonLine7b D: Graham She wouldn't talk about anything else but how she never found any reference to Edgar as a child in your lands.... GRAHAM_1_IoC_garden_010_002 5323 0 GrahamOberonLine7c D: Graham How young was he when Lolotte took him? GRAHAM_1_IoC_garden_010_003 3067 0 GrahamOberonLine7d D: Titania Ahh, well, h-he... umm... TITANIA_1_IoC_garden_008 3366 0 TitaniaLine7 D: Oberon Not long after Edgar disappeared, I commanded the lands to forget about him and never pronounce his name again... OBERON_1_IoC_garden_003_000 7061 0 OberonLine2 D: Oberon ...so that Titania could move on with her life, and not live with the ghost of the son we never knew. OBERON_1_IoC_garden_003_001 7487 0 OberonLine2b D: Graham I agree. GRAHAM_1_IoC_garden_011_000 1176 0 GrahamOberonLine8 D: Graham Valanice had difficult times when Alexander was stolen as an infant. GRAHAM_1_IoC_garden_011_001 3410 0 GrahamOberonLine8b D: Graham Now she has to face that horror again... GRAHAM_1_IoC_garden_011_002 3827 0 GrahamOberonLine8c D: Titania You are all she has now. TITANIA_1_IoC_garden_009 2320 0 TitaniaLine8 D: Graham I wish it could be otherwise, but she'll have to manage without me while I find a way out of this. GRAHAM_1_IoC_garden_012 4338 0 GrahamOberonLine9 T: Stranger

0 0 0 5 D: Graham Do you know who that stranger might have been? GRAHAM_1_IoC_garden_013 2995 0 GrahamOberonLine10 D: Titania I have no idea. TITANIA_1_IoC_garden_010_000 1644 0 TitaniaLine9 D: Titania But Edgar saw him just before he worked his magic on your daughter. TITANIA_1_IoC_garden_010_001 5012 0 TitaniaLine9b D: Graham I already asked him. He couldn't tell. GRAHAM_1_IoC_garden_014 1718 0 GrahamOberonLine11 D: Titania I tried too, but all he could do was grieve over Rosella. TITANIA_1_IoC_garden_011 4600 0 TitaniaLine10 D: Graham It's hard to believe that this started out as such a wonderful day, to end in such... tragedy. GRAHAM_1_IoC_garden_005 5056 0 GrahamOberonLine12 D: Oberon It is truly unspeakable. OBERON_1_IoC_garden_001 2199 0 OberonLine3 D: Titania We haven't felt this much anguish since Edgar was kidnapped from our own garden... TITANIA_1_IoC_garden_004_000 5324 0 TitaniaLine11 D: Titania But you still have your children, and there must be a way to save them. TITANIA_1_IoC_garden_004_001 5196 0 TitaniaLine11b D: Graham We can only hope. GRAHAM_1_IoC_garden_006 1188 0 GrahamOberonLine13 T: Come inside

0 0 0 10 D: Graham Don't you two want to come inside? GRAHAM_1_IoC_garden_015_000 1859 0 GrahamOberonLine14 D: Graham This weather is terrible to be standing in. GRAHAM_1_IoC_garden_015_001 1961 0 GrahamOberonLine14b D: Titania Oh, that's all right, I'd much prefer to stay outside. TITANIA_1_IoC_garden_012_000 3362 0 TitaniaLine12 D: Titania This garden reminds me of the beauty of my homeland, and I feel at peace with nothing but the sky above me. TITANIA_1_IoC_garden_012_001 6352 500 TitaniaLine12b D: Oberon Yes. OBERON_1_IoC_garden_004_000 1322 0 OberonLine4 D: Oberon All fairies do. OBERON_1_IoC_garden_004_001 2112 0 OberonLine4b D: Oberon Even with the weather as bad as this, we do our best thinking out-of-doors. OBERON_1_IoC_garden_004_002 6172 0 OberonLine4c D: Oberon It helps calm our spirits. OBERON_1_IoC_garden_004_003 3540 0 OberonLine4d D: Oberon It is Titania's wish. OBERON_1_IoC_garden_004_004 2897 0 OberonLine4e D: Graham I understand. GRAHAM_1_IoC_garden_016 1181 0 GrahamOberonLine15 T: Goodbye

0 0 0 4 D: Graham I'd better be leaving. GRAHAM_1_IoC_garden_017_000 997 0 GrahamOberonLine16 D: Graham The sooner I find a way to help my children, the better. GRAHAM_1_IoC_garden_017_001 2403 0 GrahamOberonLine16b D: Oberon Be careful, Graham. OBERON_1_IoC_garden_005 2451 0 OberonLine5 D: Titania Yes, be careful. TITANIA_1_IoC_garden_013 2036 0 TitaniaLine13 TSL CONVERSATIONS: 1 2 C: Action - Look

20 T: Global

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham has never seen such a lovely garden in such ugly disarray. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_001_000 4227 0

T: Altar

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator It hurts Graham to look at that lone altar, where his daughter met her unjust and unexpected fate. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_002_000 5962 0

D: Narrator He vows to save both her and Alexander, and hopefully find out who this stranger is as well. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_002_001 6717 0

T: Benches

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator White benches, some standing and some lying on their sides, are spattered with mud from the last of the fleeing guests and the sudden rain. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_004 8000 0

T: CloakSeq

0 0 0 1 D: Graham It's the cloak that that dark creature left behind when it vanished! GRAHAM_1_IoC_garden_001 3051 0

T: Oberon

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Edgar's father, King Oberon of Etheria, looks both saddened and angry. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_006_000 4648 0

T: Titania

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Queen Titania stays silently at her husband's side. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_007_000 3003 0

D: Narrator Noticing Graham, she looks at him with sorrow in her violet eyes, then casts them toward the ground again, restraining a heavy sigh. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_007_001 7622 0

T: Knight

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The impressive and large suit-of-armor gives an imposing presence of guarding the hallway. NARRATOR_2_IoC_gardenhall_006_000 5042 0

T: Garlands

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator There doesn't seem to be a single place the staff didn't decorate for Rosella and Edgar's wedding. NARRATOR_1_IoC_halltogarden_002 5874 0

T: DoorKitchen

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator That door leads to the kitchen. NARRATOR_1_IoC_halltogarden_003_000 1695 0

T: DoorGarden

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham finds it strange they would have left the doors open after the recent attack, but then again, what difference does it make? NARRATOR_1_IoC_halltogarden_004_001 6840 0

D: Narrator If the assailant can appear and disappear from their midst at will, mere doors won't stop him. NARRATOR_1_IoC_halltogarden_004_002 5873 0

T: GlobalHallway

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator A few weeks ago, Rosella asked her father if he would mind not walking her down the aisle through these hallways. NARRATOR_1_IoC_halltogarden_001_000 6723 0

D: Narrator Graham was hesitant, until she explained that she felt it was something she had to do on her own, and that knowing her father saw that and believed she was strong enough, and that he was still there to support her, would mean the world to her. NARRATOR_1_IoC_halltogarden_001_001 14662 0

D: Narrator She always did have to do things her own way, after all! NARRATOR_1_IoC_halltogarden_001_002 3392 0

T: SecondFloor

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Was he watching from this floor? NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_010_000 1856 0

D: Narrator Did he have his eyes locked on Rosella, Valanice, Alexander, all at the same time? NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_010_002 5483 0

D: Narrator Was he even hiding, or perhaps watching from above all these past days, and even now, watching Graham as he thinks of him... NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_010_004 8679 0

T: Windows

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The windows of many of the guestrooms in the castle overlook the usually lovely gardens. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_011_000 5326 0

D: Narrator Unsurprisingly, no one is looking out of them today. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_011_001 2915 0

T: Carpet

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The carpet, which recently signified a dignified path for the princess to walk, now has a new meaning to Graham's eyes. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_013_000 7321 0

D: Narrator Something died here, even when he knows his children are still alive, something was cruelly murdered here when Rosella's wedding ended in such tragedy. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_013_001 9585 0

T: Arch

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham remembers this altar drawing criss-cross shadows on Rosella's white gown and Edgar's blue cape. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_015_000 5988 0

D: Narrator Though neither of them stands here now, it feels as though the shadows it cast remain. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_015_001 5283 0

T: Pillars

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The tall strong pillars are masterfully crafted, just like the rest of the castle. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_017_000 5132 0

T: Stairs

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham wanted to follow Valanice when she went looking for Alexander, but Cassima convinced him to stay, saying that it was probably nothing he needed to worry about. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_018_000 9735 0

D: Narrator He now wishes he had gone, but even so, could he have done anything at all? NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_018_001 4679 0

T: Balcony

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The balcony had seemed like the perfect vantage point to watch the entirety of his daughter's wedding earlier, but now Graham can only curse the distance it put between him and Rosella. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_019_000 9962 0

T: Doorways

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator These doors provide passage between the different areas of the second floor. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_021 4830 0

T: DoorMainHall

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The door leads back to the main hall of the castle. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_043 2833 0

C: Action - Hand

12 T: CloakSeq

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Though not sure what good it will do to have just the cloak of the stranger in his hands, Graham takes the garment into his possession. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_008 8226 0

T: Knight

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator As dashing as he may look in armor, that suit is not only too large to fit Graham, it's far too heavy to be of any real use to him. NARRATOR_2_IoC_gardenhall_007_000 9226 0

T: DoorKitchen

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham does not want to disturb the cook and his staff. NARRATOR_1_IoC_halltogarden_005_000 2859 0

T: Altar

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Moving the altar will not reveal hidden doors. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_009_000 2821 0

D: Narrator The stranger quite clearly did not emerge from some hidden entrance into the gardens. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_009_001 4878 0

T: Windows

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Even if Graham could crawl through the windows into the guest hallways, there's nothing to be found there but silence and fear. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_012 7170 0

T: Carpet

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Although he could roll it in and take one more memory out of the way, Graham doesn't have time for that now. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_014 6264 0

T: Arch

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The arch is sturdy. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_016_000 1252 0

T: Pillars

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The columns are very smooth to the touch. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_016_000 2536 0

T: Balcony

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham is reluctant to rest his hands on the balcony's railing again. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_020_000 3984 0

D: Narrator The smooth surface, slick with rain, becomes a tactile trigger that plays the scene of his children's tragedy over again in his head. NARRATOR_1_IoC_garden_020_001 7111 0

T: DoorGarden

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham would feel safer if these doors were locked, even if they don't truly offer much protection. NARRATOR_2_IoC_gardenhall_008_000 6490 0

D: Narrator However, Saladin and the guards may have their own reasons for the gates to be open, so he'll leave them be. NARRATOR_2_IoC_gardenhall_008_001 6943 0

T: Garlands

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator As much as Graham would like them out of his sight, he doesn't have time to remove them. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_010_000 4772 0

T: Bench

0 0 0 5 D: Narrator Hey, now, stop slacking, you! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_000 2566 0

D: Narrator You have a family to save and a huge evil to fight! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_001 2874 0

D: Narrator And I'm not gonna stand around here and wait until you're done taking a breather! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_002 3526 0

D: Narrator I mean, kings these days... NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_003 2560 0

D: Narrator They don't make them like they used to! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_004 1946 0 TSL CONVERSATIONS: 1 0

1 9 C: Action - Look

33 T: Global

0 0 0 5 D: Narrator This place truly is a castle above castles. NARRATOR_2_IoC_mainhall_001_000 3309 0

D: Narrator It looks so perfect and pristine, as though it were newly built. NARRATOR_2_IoC_mainhall_001_001 4698 0

D: Narrator The highly polished marble floor reflects everything almost flawlessly, and the red velvet carpeting compliments it like water to a beach. NARRATOR_2_IoC_mainhall_001_002 8943 0

D: Narrator But for all its beauty, a veil of grief has shrouded the Castle of the Crown in the wake of its king's sudden and mysterious condition. NARRATOR_2_IoC_mainhall_001_003 8817 0

D: Narrator Graham hopes to lift that veil somehow and restore both his son and his daughter to their normal selves. NARRATOR_2_IoC_mainhall_001_004 6936 0

T: GuardDogsDown

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Some guards stand on duty, some others patrol the castle, but all of them are perturbed by the recent events. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_004 7298 0

T: GuardDogsUp

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The guards remain on duty, as ordered by Captain Saladin. NARRATOR_1_IoC_fl2north_004 4018 0

T: Garlands

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The garlands still remain, wilting the more every hour they hang upon the walls, with nobody removing them from sight. NARRATOR_2_IoC_mainhall_002 7577 0

T: DogStatue

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator There was a time when the guards of the castle were human. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_010_000 3238 0

D: Narrator Graham learned that the statue was raised in the name of one of Saladin's ancestors, the first dog to become guard for the Castle of the Crown. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_010_001 8327 0

D: Narrator He performed so well, that Cassima's ancestors started recruiting more dogs for the job, until it became a tradition. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_010_002 7663 0

T: Alcove

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator A small alcove, with a single column, cuts a notch in the east wall. NARRATOR_2_IoC_flr2west_007 4361 0

T: Saladin

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham truly appreciates the noble captain watching over Valanice, ensuring her safety. NARRATOR_2_IoC_flr2west_008 5960 0

T: Vases

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator These vases are fine antiquities indeed. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_005_000 2584 0

D: Narrator Cassima told Graham that they were a gift from her grandfather to her mother. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_005_001 4163 0

D: Narrator She was very little when they were placed in the castle, but still remembers the smile on Allaria's face when her grandfather stepped into the Main Hall, while servants brought the vases into the castle. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_005_002 12680 0

T: PortraitAllaCali

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator Cassima's parents, Allaria and Caliphim. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_012_000 2638 0

D: Narrator Graham, unfortunately, did not have the chance to meet with them on this occasion. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_012_001 4511 0

D: Narrator The Queen was called away to visit a close childhood friend who had recently become very ill, and could not attend the wedding. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_012_002 6256 0

D: Narrator Cassima expressed her mother's profound apologies, and invited the Daventry family to visit another time when Allaria would not be away, and so beset with worry. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_012_003 10086 0

T: PortraitAlexCass

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator What a lovely portrait of Alexander and Cassima. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_013_000 3813 0

D: Narrator The painter must have been extra kind with Alexander, because there are no signs of the slight unease that usually haunts his eyes. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_013_001 7323 0

D: Narrator Instead, he looks as happy and as handsome as ever. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_013_002 3368 500

D: Narrator Graham wishes his son were so carefree more often. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_013_003 3051 0

T: Columns

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The impressive marble columns stand high and tall, serving both as support and decoration to this beautiful hall. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_015 6917 0

T: Torch

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Even the bright fire from these torches matches the decoration of the castle. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_013 4528 0

T: PegasusPaintings

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator An artful painting of a Pegasus adorns the hallway walls. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_018_000 3611 0

D: Narrator Though Graham isn't sure why a Pegasus was chosen to decorate the wall here, or if it has any significance to the Green Isles, he does admire the artistry put into its creation. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_018_001 10663 0

T: Bench

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Valanice actually took a liking to this solitary bench. NARRATOR_1_IoC_fl2north_006_000 3378 0

D: Narrator In the days prior to Rosella's wedding she had taken to coming here to sit, admiring the castle and occasionally talking to one of the guards that passed by. NARRATOR_1_IoC_fl2north_006_001 9105 0

T: Stairs

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Twin flights of stairs lead up to the second floor of the castle. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_006 3668 0

T: DoorThroneRoom

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The throne room lies beyond these large doors. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_003_000 2704 0

D: Narrator They were kept closed during the celebration as some renovations planned by Alexander and Cassima have not yet been completed. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_003_001 7147 0

T: DoorHallway

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator That door leads to the kitchen and the gardens. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_007 2985 0

T: DoorBasement

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator That door leads down into the basement. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_008 2534 0

T: DoorEdgar

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator That's the door to the guest room where Edgar is staying. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_005_000 2984 0

D: Narrator As painful as this is for everyone, Graham cannot imagine what the poor young man must be going through. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_005_001 6024 0

D: Narrator Seeing his bride's spirit snapped right from his arms just before the kiss that would have sealed their lives together forever... NARRATOR_1_fl2east_005_002 6565 0

D: Narrator It's something that Graham would not wish to anyone, much less his daughter's husband-to-be. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_005_003 5528 0

T: DoorRosella

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator That door leads to Rosella's guest quarters. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_006_000 2627 0

D: Narrator She's not there at the moment, of course... NARRATOR_1_fl2east_006_001 3163 0

D: Narrator If that could only be because she was on her honeymoon... NARRATOR_1_fl2east_006_002 3419 0

T: DoorCassima

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator That's the door to Cassima and Alexander's room. NARRATOR_1_IoC_fl2north_003_000 3556 0

D: Narrator It pains Graham to think that the former princess was locked in this room for nearly half a year before his son was valiant enough to rescue her. NARRATOR_1_IoC_fl2north_003_001 8097 0

D: Narrator Now, it is the setting for another tragedy. NARRATOR_1_IoC_fl2north_003_002 3410 0

T: DoorCaliphim

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator That room belongs to Caliphim and Allaria, Cassima's parents. NARRATOR_1_IoC_fl2west_005 4423 0

T: DoorGraham

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham can only hope Valanice is doing well. NARRATOR_2_IoC_flr2west_005 3129 0

T: GlobalNorth

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Ever since his first visit to the Isles, Graham has admired the exquisite architecture of the Castle of the Crown, inside and out. NARRATOR_2_IoC_flr2north_001 8427 0

T: GlobalWest

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator This is the west end of the upstairs hallway of the Castle of the Crown. NARRATOR_2_IoC_flr2east_001_000 3824 0

D: Narrator Its resplendent beauty and noble ambiance are overshadowed by the terrible events that have recently befallen the king of this castle and his sister. NARRATOR_2_IoC_flr2east_001_001 9094 0

T: GlobalEast

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The brilliance of these hallways makes Castle Daventry seem humble and dull by comparison, Graham thinks to himself. NARRATOR_2_IoC_flr2west_001_000 6915 0

D: Narrator Still, there's no place like home. NARRATOR_2_IoC_flr2west_001_001 2803 0

T: DoorCastleEntrance

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator These heavy doors lead out of the castle. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_100 2527 0

T: GarlandsClosed

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator That's strange. NARRATOR_2_IoC_gardenhall_002_000 1385 0

D: Narrator These flowers look as if they have not even bloomed yet. NARRATOR_2_IoC_gardenhall_002_001 3359 0

D: Narrator Have the cold and rain affected them somehow? NARRATOR_2_IoC_gardenhall_002_002 2767 0

T: GrahamDoor

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham and his wife Valanice are staying in the room behind that door. NARRATOR_1_IoC_fl2west_006_000 3885 0

D: Narrator Graham finds it quite different than what he's used to, but beautiful just the same. NARRATOR_1_IoC_fl2west_006_001 5581 0

T: Necklace2

0 0 0 3 D: Graham What's this? GRAHAM_2_IoC_MainHall_301_000 822 0

D: Graham It looks likes Cassima's necklace! GRAHAM_2_IoC_MainHall_301_001 2086 0

D: Graham She must have had it with her last night and dropped it here. GRAHAM_2_IoC_MainHall_302_002 2905 0

T: Meat

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator That should do the trick. NARRATOR_3_IoC_MainHall_002_000 1498 0

D: Narrator And no one will know Graham had anything to do with it! NARRATOR_3_IoC_MainHall_002_001 3349 0

T: Guardogs Eat

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Those hungry guard dogs took the bait--literally! Now what? NARRATOR_3_IoC_MainHall_003 4768 0

T: GuardDogFemale01

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator The guard dog's stiff posture and alert gaze make it clear she takes her job very seriously and Graham doesn't doubt that she's very good at it as well. NARRATOR_3_IoC_MainHall_005_000 9062 0

D: Narrator In a way she reminds him of Sir Connor--young, but serious and dedicated to her position and her kingdom. NARRATOR_3_IoC_MainHall_005_001 6994 0

D: Narrator He also can't help but wonder if she's related to Captain Saladin, as the only other collie guard dog he's seen. NARRATOR_3_IoC_MainHall_005_002 8156 0

C: Action - Hand

16 T: Garlands

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator As much as Graham would like them out of his sight, he doesn't have time to remove them. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_010_000 4772 0

D: Narrator Hopefully the castle's maids will take care of that, and soon. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_010_001 3982 0

T: Vases

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Cassima told Graham she was badly scolded by her mother when she broke one of these vases when she was a girl, playing hide-and-go-seek with Jollo. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_012_000 8000 0

D: Narrator She couldn't quite fit in one when trying to hide, it tipped over, and, well... her mother was furious. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_012_001 7585 0

D: Narrator Graham better leave them alone. He certainly wouldn't fit inside any easier than a small girl! NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_012_002 5360 0

T: PortraitAllaCali

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham does not want to damage the portraits. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_014_000 2526 0

D: Narrator They hold a very sentimental value to this castle, and to him as well. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_014_001 5020 0

T: DogStatue

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Of course, let's tip the statue over and break it. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_011_000 3738 0

D: Narrator That would make everyone feel better about the current situation. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_011_001 3497 0

T: Columns

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The columns are very smooth to the touch. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_016_000 2536 0

D: Narrator The people in the castle must take very good care of them. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_016_001 3954 0

T: Torch

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham can find another source of fire if he needs one. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_014 3340 0

T: DoorThroneRoom

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The place is still messy from the renovations; it's not safe to go in there. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_011_000 4675 0

D: Narrator Especially without a hard hat. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_011_001 2675 0

T: DoorBasement

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham can think of nothing worth investigating in the castle basement. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_009 4373 0

T: DoorEdgar

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator There's no point in going into that room. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_007 2686 0

T: DoorRosella

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator There's no point in going into that room. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_008 3020 0

T: DoorCaliphim

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham knows that Cassima's parents are not in the castle, and it would be rude to go into their room without their permission. NARRATOR_1_IoC_fl2west_007 6850 0

T: PortraitAlexCass

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham does not want to damage the portraits. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_014_000 2526 0

D: Narrator They hold a very sentimental value to this castle, and to him as well. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_014_001 5020 0

T: DoorHallway

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The door is open already. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_101 1848 0

T: DoorGraham

0 0 0 1 D: Graham It's locked, and I should let Valanice rest. GRAHAM_2_IoC_MainHall_300 2721 0

T: DoorCassima

0 0 0 1 D: Graham I can't go back in there now. My children need my help. Besides, they're in good hands, and I trust that they will be until I return. GRAHAM_1_IoC_fl2north_001 7411 0

T: Bench

0 0 0 5 D: Narrator Hey, now, stop slacking, you! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_000 2566 0

D: Narrator You have a family to save and a huge evil to fight! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_001 2874 0

D: Narrator And I'm not gonna stand around here and wait until you're done taking a breather! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_002 3526 0

D: Narrator I mean, kings these days... NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_003 2560 0

D: Narrator They don't make them like they used to! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_004 1946 0

C: Action - Talk

4 T: GuardDogs Eat

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham doesn't want to encourage them to talk with their mouths full. NARRATOR_3_IoC_MainHall_004 3881 0

T: Guards - Main Hall

0 0 2 0 T: GuardDog06

0 0 0 2 D: Graham Greetings. GRAHAM_2_IoC_flr2north_001 540 0 GrahamMainHallGuardsLine1 D: GuardDog02 Greetings, Your Majesty. GUARD6_2_IoC_castlegates_001 1625 0 Dog06Line1 T: GuardDog05

0 0 0 2 D: Graham Greetings. GRAHAM_2_IoC_flr2north_001 540 0 GrahamMainHallGuardsLine1 D: GuardDog01 Greetings, Your Majesty. GUARD5_2_IoC_castlegates_001 1380 0 Dog05Line1 T: Guards - At Door

0 0 2 0 T: GuardDog04

0 0 0 2 D: Graham Greetings. GRAHAM_2_IoC_flr2north_001 540 0 GrahamMainHallGuardsLine1 D: GuardDog04 Greetings, Your Majesty. GUARD3_2_IoC_castlegates_001 1833 0 Dog04Line1 T: GuardDog02

0 0 0 2 D: Graham Greetings. GRAHAM_2_IoC_flr2north_001 540 0 GrahamMainHallGuardsLine1 D: GuardDog03 Greetings, Your Majesty. GUARD4_2_IoC_castlegates_001 1564 0 Dog03Line1 T: GuardDogFemale

0 0 3 0 T: Nothing Found

0 0 0 3 D: GuardDogFemale01 Couldn't find anything. GUARD7_3_IoC_MainHall_070 1566 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine1 D: Graham Are you sure you looked thoroughly? GRAHAM_3_IoC_mainhall_068 1780 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine2 D: GuardDogFemale01 Very sure! GUARD7_3_IoC_MainHall_019 1130 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine3 T: Greetings Majesty

0 0 0 1 D: GuardDogFemale01 Greetings, your Majesty! GUARD7_2_IoC_castlegates_001 1801 0

T: Not Allowed

0 0 0 2 D: GuardDogFemale01 The Throne Room is off limits! GUARD7_3_IoC_MainHall_006_001 2168 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine14b D: GuardDogFemale01 There are boards with nails in them, sire, nails! GUARD7_3_IoC_MainHall_005_001 2904 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine42b C: Cutscenes

22 T: Valanice Falls 1

0 0 0 13 D: Saladin Your Highness! King Graham! You must come with me immediately! 200_Valanice_Falls_001 3804 0 ValaniceFallsShot01Saladin D: Graham What's wrong? 200_Valanice_Falls_002 801 0 ValaniceFallsShot02Graham D: Saladin Sire... It's your wife. 200_Valanice_Falls_003 1736 0 ValaniceFallsShot03Saladin D: Graham Valanice? What's happening? Is she alright? 200_Valanice_Falls_004 2236 0 ValaniceFallsShot04Graham D: Saladin We don't know, Sire! 200_Valanice_Falls_005_000 1455 0

D: Saladin She's... 200_Valanice_Falls_005_001 781 0 ValaniceFallsShot05Saladin D: Graham Is she in her room? 200_Valanice_Falls_006 735 0 ValaniceFallsShot05Saladin D: Saladin Yes, Sire. 200_Valanice_Falls_007_000 1836 0

D: Saladin Where have you been, Sire? 200_Valanice_Falls_007_001 1736 0

D: Saladin The whole castle has been worried for your safety... 200_Valanice_Falls_007_002_000 2920 0 ValaniceFallsShot06Saladin D: Saladin ...since the storm last evening! 200_Valanice_Falls_007_002_001 2025 0 ValaniceFallsShot07Saladin D: Saladin Did you find a cure? 200_Valanice_Falls_007_003 1535 1500 ValaniceFallsShot08Saladin D: Graham Valanice?... 200_Valanice_Falls_008_000 1402 0

T: Valanice Falls 2

0 0 0 9 D: Graham ...Valanice?... 200_Valanice_Falls_008_001 868 0 ValaniceFallsShot09Graham D: ValaniceDay2 (gasps) 200_Valanice_Falls_009 1335 0

D: Graham Valanice! 200_Valanice_Falls_010_000 668 0

D: Graham What are you doing? Valanice! 200_Valanice_Falls_010_001 2603 0

D: Graham It's all right, Valanice, it's all right. Don't lose yourself over this. It will all be fine... 200_Valanice_Falls_010_002 4772 0 ValaniceFallsShot10aGraham D: Graham Don't worry. We'll all get through this. You know we will. 200_Valanice_Falls_010_003 2636 0

D: Graham Alexander and Rosella are going to recover from this. 200_Valanice_Falls_010_004 3404 0

D: Graham I've found a way to help them, and I will save them. 200_Valanice_Falls_010_005 2370 0 ValaniceFallsShot10bGraham D: Graham I promise. 200_Valanice_Falls_010_006 3337 0 ValaniceFallsShot10cGraham T: Valanice Falls 3

0 0 0 6 D: Saladin How is she faring, Sire? 200_Valanice_Falls_014 2636 0 ValaniceFallsShot20aSaladin D: Graham Keep an eye on her. Post a guard here day and night. 200_Valanice_Falls_015 3537 0 ValaniceFallsShot20bGraham D: Saladin I shall do it myself, Sire. 200_Valanice_Falls_016 2403 0 ValaniceFallsShot20cSaladin D: Graham I appreciate it. I can't stay by her side. 200_Valanice_Falls_017 2770 0 ValaniceFallsShot20dGraham D: Saladin Do not worry over it. 200_Valanice_Falls_018 1535 0

D: Graham Thank You. 200_Valanice_Falls_019 1235 0

T: Valanice Falls 4

0 0 0 1 D: Graham I don't know how things can get much worse than this. GRAHAM_2_IoC_grahamroom_506 2526 0 ValaniceFallsShot13dGraham T: GuardDogFemale01 returns after failed Distraction

0 0 0 0 T: GuardDogFemale01 returns after successful Distraction

0 0 0 2 D: Graham Did you find anything? GRAHAM_3_IoC_mainhall_020 0 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine4 D: GuardDogFemale01 Just those no-goods leaving their posts! Captain Saladin will hear of this! GUARD7_3_IoC_MainHall_021 0 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine5 T: Beginning

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham thinks it may be a good idea to go check on his children. NARRATOR_3_IoC_GrahamBedroom_100 3572 0

T: GetRidofStuff

0 0 0 1 D: Graham My pockets are getting a little heavy--I'll just put a few of these things away for now. Graham_3_IoC_GrahamBedroom_200 0 0

T: CassimaAudioShot03a

0 0 0 3 D: CassimaDay2 Citizens! cassimashot011 0 0

D: CassimaDay2 Townspeople! cassimashot012 0 0

D: CassimaDay2 Friends! cassimashot013 0 0

T: CassimaAudioShot04a

0 0 0 1 D: CassimaDay2 All of you... I've spent all morning preparing a speech. cassimashot014 0 0

T: CassimaAudioShot04b

0 0 0 1 D: CassimaDay2 It was sitting on my bedroom desk as I prepared to come here. cassimashot015 0 0

T: CassimaAudioShot04c

0 0 0 1 D: CassimaDay2 There it lies still... cassimashot016 0 0

T: CassimaAudioShot05a

0 0 0 1 D: CassimaDay2 I wish to speak to you not as a Queen, but as one of you. I know many of you posed the question of whether King Alexander shall recover from this dark enchantment. cassimashot017 0 0

T: CassimaAudioShot05b

0 0 0 1 D: CassimaDay2 I understand if you feel we are kingless, and wonder what shall become of the Green Isles. cassimashot018 0 0

T: CassimaAudioShot06

0 0 0 1 D: CassimaDay2 I only wish he could be by my side now, saying that all is well. cassimashot019 0 0

T: CassimaAudioShot07

0 0 0 1 D: CassimaDay2 I wish too that these words could reach the other isles, but here is what the Fates have mandated us - the people of the Green Isles: We must face this dark hour. Last night, there was a storm out there. cassimashot020 0 0

T: CassimaAudioShot08

0 0 0 1 D: CassimaDay2 Today our sun is shining again. I hear news that people are afraid to leave their homes, but I also hear news that the businesses are still running. I am glad, and thankful for that, as this shows how we, the people of the Green Isles, have strong hearts, good faith, and that we are not easily defeated by adversity - as dark and unknown as it may seem. cassimashot021-024 0 0

T: CassimaAudioShot10a

0 0 0 1 D: CassimaDay2 King Alexander will awaken from his sleep. This man you see among you, his father, King Graham of Daventry, is not only already working on it, but he has a plan and a solution. It will be just a matter of hours before you can come back again to see your king. Perhaps as soon as the end of the day. cassimashot025-032 0 0

T: CassimaAudioShot11a

0 0 0 1 D: CassimaDay2 We have overcome many adversities in the past, and we have only become a stronger community. This too shall make us stronger. cassimashot025-032b 0 0

T: CassimaAudioShot11d

0 0 0 1 D: CassimaDay2 I ask you to return to your daily lives, and show whomever it is that is trying to set us back that they cannot do so, for we will go on. And our lives are still our own! cassimashot033-035 0 0

T: CassimaAudioShot13a

0 0 0 1 D: CassimaDay2 Let us show those with treachery and evil in their hearts that they may have won this battle, but we will surely win this war! Thank you, very much. cassimashot036 0 0

T: Cassima End

0 0 0 1 D: Cassima


0 0

C: Saladin

2 T: Second Time Greetings

0 0 0 2 D: Graham Good day, Saladin. GRAHAM_2_IoC_flr2west_001 923 0 GrahamCh2SaladinConvoLine1 D: Saladin Good day, King Graham. SALADIN_2_IoC_flr2west_001 1388 0 SaladinCh2SaladinConvoLine1 T: Topics

0 0 4 0 T: Valanice

0 0 1 16 T: Valanice and recent events

0 0 0 6 D: Graham Do you think what happened to Valanice could be linked somehow to the recent events with my children? GRAHAM_2_IoC_flr2west_006 4944 0 GrahamCh2SaladinConvoLine6 D: Saladin I don't know. SALADIN_2_IoC_flr2west_006_000 967 0 SaladinCh2SaladinConvoLine6 D: Saladin It's a possibility, but there was no one there. SALADIN_2_IoC_flr2west_006_001 3489 0 SaladinCh2SaladinConvoLine6b D: Graham You mustn't forget that this being is very powerful in magic. GRAHAM_2_IoC_flr2west_007_000 3269 0 GrahamCh2SaladinConvoLine7 D: Graham Perhaps you didn't see it, but Valanice did. GRAHAM_2_IoC_flr2west_007_001 2305 0 GrahamCh2SaladinConvoLine7b D: Saladin That is something only the Queen can answer. SALADIN_2_IoC_flr2west_007 2654 0 SaladinCh2SaladinConvoLine7 D: Graham What exactly happened with Valanice? GRAHAM_2_IoC_flr2west_002 1864 0 GrahamCh2SaladinConvoLine2 D: Saladin I'm afraid I'm as clueless as you are. SALADIN_2_IoC_flr2west_002_000 2170 0 SaladinCh2SaladinConvoLine2 D: Saladin I was gathered with the guards in the main hall, giving them an outline of the plans to follow, when the Queen suddenly interrupted us. SALADIN_2_IoC_flr2west_002_001 7471 0 SaladinCh2SaladinConvoLine2b D: Graham Interrupted you? GRAHAM_2_IoC_flr2west_003_000 914 0 GrahamCh2SaladinConvoLine3 D: Graham How? GRAHAM_2_IoC_flr2west_003_001 1170 0 GrahamCh2SaladinConvoLine3b D: Graham Valanice rarely gets involved in military movement. GRAHAM_2_IoC_flr2west_003_002 3029 0 GrahamCh2SaladinConvoLine3c D: Saladin Oh no, it was nothing like that. SALADIN_2_IoC_flr2west_003_000 2135 0 SaladinCh2SaladinConvoLine3 D: Saladin She just came running down the stairs as if she were escaping from something. SALADIN_2_IoC_flr2west_003_001 3826 0 SaladinCh2SaladinConvoLine3b D: Saladin She kept screaming, as if she were talking to someone, pleading to be left in peace. SALADIN_2_IoC_flr2west_003_002 4326 0 SaladinCh2SaladinConvoLine3c D: Saladin I immediately alarmed my guards and they searched the entire castle, but no stranger was found. SALADIN_2_IoC_flr2west_003_003 6034 0 SaladinCh2SaladinConvoLine3d D: Graham Who was she talking to, then? GRAHAM_2_IoC_flr2west_004 1458 0 GrahamCh2SaladinConvoLine4 D: Saladin I'm afraid I can't answer that question. SALADIN_2_IoC_flr2west_004_000 2086 0 SaladinCh2SaladinConvoLine4 D: Saladin The Queen was very disturbed, and perhaps this was just her mind creating illusions. SALADIN_2_IoC_flr2west_004_001 5168 0 SaladinCh2SaladinConvoLine4b D: Graham Valanice is not going mad! GRAHAM_2_IoC_flr2west_005 1817 0 GrahamCh2SaladinConvoLine5 D: Saladin I didn't mean to imply that, Sire. SALADIN_2_IoC_flr2west_005_000 2266 0 SaladinCh2SaladinConvoLine5 D: Saladin I only meant that the stress of recent events is surely taking a toll on her. SALADIN_2_IoC_flr2west_005_001 4940 0 SaladinCh2SaladinConvoLine5b T: The stranger

0 0 1 7 T: Vizier Abdul Alhazred

0 1 0 13 D: Graham How about the Vizier Abdul Alhazred? GRAHAM_2_IoC_flr2west_010_000 2053 0 GrahamCh2SaladinConvoLine10 D: Graham Do you think he may have a connection with the events? GRAHAM_2_IoC_flr2west_010_001 2195 0 GrahamCh2SaladinConvoLine10b D: Saladin I wouldn't doubt it, but again, I can't be sure. SALADIN_2_IoC_flr2west_010_000 2898 0 SaladinCh2SaladinConvoLine10 D: Saladin Since his mysterious escape, my guards have been looking for him inside and outside the Isles. SALADIN_2_IoC_flr2west_010_001 4814 0 SaladinCh2SaladinConvoLine10b D: Saladin He just seems to have vanished. SALADIN_2_IoC_flr2west_010_002 1982 0 SaladinCh2SaladinConvoLine10c D: Graham How did he escape? GRAHAM_2_IoC_flr2west_011 904 0 GrahamCh2SaladinConvoLine11 D: Saladin One night, the guards on duty opened his cell to feed him, and he was gone, vanished -- no traces, nothing. SALADIN_2_IoC_flr2west_011_000 7074 0 SaladinCh2SaladinConvoLine11 D: Saladin We suspect it was the work of magic, very strong magic. SALADIN_2_IoC_flr2west_011_001 4839 0 SaladinCh2SaladinConvoLine11b D: Graham Why would you say that? GRAHAM_2_IoC_flr2west_012_000 1034 0 GrahamCh2SaladinConvoLine12 D: Graham Any kind of well manipulated magic could have easily taken him out of there. GRAHAM_2_IoC_flr2west_012_001 3843 0 GrahamCh2SaladinConvoLine12b D: Saladin Precisely. SALADIN_2_IoC_flr2west_012_000 950 0 SaladinCh2SaladinConvoLine12 D: Saladin King Alexander foresaw this, and ordered his cell to be highly reinforced against magic. SALADIN_2_IoC_flr2west_012_001 4984 0 SaladinCh2SaladinConvoLine12b D: Saladin Obviously, it wasn't protected enough, as we came to find out later. SALADIN_2_IoC_flr2west_012_002 4412 0 SaladinCh2SaladinConvoLine12c D: Graham Have you found anything relevant about the cloaked man at the wedding? GRAHAM_2_IoC_flr2west_008 3042 0 GrahamCh2SaladinConvoLine8 D: Saladin No. SALADIN_2_IoC_flr2west_008_000 860 0 SaladinCh2SaladinConvoLine8 D: Saladin I've sent emissaries to question and search all over the Green Isles, but we haven't been successful. SALADIN_2_IoC_flr2west_008_001 6164 0 SaladinCh2SaladinConvoLine8b D: Saladin No one has heard of, or seen, this stranger before. SALADIN_2_IoC_flr2west_008_002 3357 0 SaladinCh2SaladinConvoLine8c D: Graham You surely must have a hypothesis. GRAHAM_2_IoC_flr2west_009 1595 0 GrahamCh2SaladinConvoLine9 D: Saladin I don't base investigations upon suppositions. SALADIN_2_IoC_flr2west_009_000 3097 0 SaladinCh2SaladinConvoLine9 D: Saladin Only when I have a solid set of clues, can I give you a report. SALADIN_2_IoC_flr2west_009_001 4109 0 SaladinCh2SaladinConvoLine9b T: Alexander

0 0 0 9 D: Graham I see your loyalty to my son. GRAHAM_2_IoC_flr2west_013_000 1774 0 GrahamCh2SaladinConvoLine13 D: Graham How do you find him as a king? GRAHAM_2_IoC_flr2west_013_001 2300 0 GrahamCh2SaladinConvoLine13b D: Saladin King Alexander is a righteous governor, and very just when it comes to the distribution of wealth amongst the lands. SALADIN_2_IoC_flr2west_013_000 6128 0 SaladinCh2SaladinConvoLine13 D: Saladin He's very intelligent when making decisions, if stubborn at times. SALADIN_2_IoC_flr2west_013_001 4437 0 SaladinCh2SaladinConvoLine13b D: Graham He's still young. GRAHAM_2_IoC_flr2west_014 999 0 GrahamCh2SaladinConvoLine14 D: Saladin And I'm aware of that, and it's why I try to give him some advice without trying to make decisions for him. SALADIN_2_IoC_flr2west_014_000 5617 0 SaladinCh2SaladinConvoLine14 D: Saladin I will always support the King's decision. SALADIN_2_IoC_flr2west_014_001 3147 0 SaladinCh2SaladinConvoLine14b D: Graham Because it's Alexander, or just to the Crown? GRAHAM_2_IoC_flr2west_015 2656 0 GrahamCh2SaladinConvoLine15 D: Saladin I'm loyal to the crown, but King Alexander is also to my liking. SALADIN_2_IoC_flr2west_015 4285 0 SaladinCh2SaladinConvoLine15 T: Goodbye

0 0 0 5 D: Graham I'll be getting back to helping my family now. GRAHAM_2_IoC_flr2west_016 2079 0 GrahamCh2SaladinConvoLine16 D: Saladin Good luck. SALADIN_2_IoC_flr2west_016_000 852 0 SaladinCh2SaladinConvoLine16 D: Saladin I'll watch over the Queen. SALADIN_2_IoC_flr2west_016_001 1510 0 SaladinCh2SaladinConvoLine16b D: Graham Thank you. GRAHAM_2_IoC_flr2west_017 498 0 GrahamCh2SaladinConvoLine17 D: Saladin It's my duty. SALADIN_2_IoC_flr2west_017 1120 0 SaladinCh2SaladinConvoLine17 C: Action - Use

4 T: Candle

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator That's strange... the candle won't light. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_100 2642 0

T: CandleLit

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The candle's already lit! NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_101 1982 0

T: Meat

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator That's a great idea, but he cannot feed them directly while on duty. NARRATOR_3_IoC_MainHall_001_000 4157 0

D: Narrator Graham needs to be more subtle here. NARRATOR_3_IoC_MainHall_001_001 2581 0

T: TomatoStick

0 0 0 2 D: Graham I could leave them here to cause a distraction, but I wouldn't hear the end of it from them, and they'd probably rat me out as well. Graham_3_IoC_MainHall_200_000 0 0

D: Graham I better find another way. Graham_3_IoC_MainHall_200_001 0 0

C: Guard Dogs

16 T: Dogs Talk 1 BGSpeech 0 0 0 6 D: GuardDog01 Hey, hey, think we'll fight anyone today? GUARD5_2_IoC_castlegates_005 3628 0 BGSpeech_GuardDog01Line1 D: GuardDog02 I should hope not. GUARD6_2_IoC_castlegates_004 1483 0 BGSpeech_GuardDog02Line1 D: GuardDog01 What?! Why not?! We could take 'em! We'd be heroes! Everyone in the Green Isles would know our names. GUARD5_2_IoC_castlegates_006 6606 0 BGSpeech_GuardDog01Line2 D: GuardDog02 Don't be a fool! If anyone were to try and attack the castle, they'd be attacking more than just us. GUARD6_2_IoC_castlegates_005 6456 0 BGSpeech_GuardDog02Line2 D: GuardDog01 Ohhh... but if someone did attack, I could take 'em! I know I could! Maybe we should go try and find some bad guys- GUARD5_2_IoC_castlegates_007 7566 0 BGSpeech_GuardDog01Line3 D: GuardDog02 You're hopeless! Now keep going, our shift's not over yet. And don't go 'looking for bad guys' when it is, either! GUARD6_2_IoC_castlegates_006 8936 0 BGSpeech_GuardDog02Line3 T: Dogs Talk 2 BGSpeech 0 0 0 9 D: GuardDog01 So, what did she say? GUARD5_2_IoC_castlegates_008 2366 0 BGSpeech_GuardDog01Line4 D: GuardDog02 Who? GUARD6_2_IoC_castlegates_008 1928 0 BGSpeech_GuardDog02Line4 D: GuardDog01 Your sister! You were going to fix us up, remember? GUARD5_2_IoC_castlegates_009 3527 0 BGSpeech_GuardDog01Line5 D: GuardDog02 I've got five sisters who are all the same age and look exactly alike who were from my litter. You're going to have to be more specific. GUARD6_2_IoC_castlegates_009 7482 0 BGSpeech_GuardDog02Line5 D: GuardDog01 Hilda! The one in the kitchens. GUARD5_2_IoC_castlegates_010 2366 0 BGSpeech_GuardDog01Line6 D: GuardDog02 Hilda? She's not my sister. She's the lieutenant's sister! GUARD6_2_IoC_castlegates_010 4832 0 BGSpeech_GuardDog02Line6 D: GuardDog01 What? Wait, you're not the lieutenant? GUARD5_2_IoC_castlegates_011 2971 0 BGSpeech_GuardDog01Line7 D: GuardDog02 No! GUARD6_2_IoC_castlegates_011 1326 0 BGSpeech_GuardDog02Line7 D: GuardDog01 (growls) Blast it! You beagles all look alike to me! GUARD5_2_IoC_castlegates_012 3830 0 BGSpeech_GuardDog01Line8 T: Dogs Talk 3 BGSpeech 0 0 0 5 D: GuardDog01 Terrible storm that brewed up last night. There wasn't even a cloud in the sky before it started pouring! GUARD5_2_IoC_castlegates_002 5119 0 BGSpeech_GuardDog01Line9 D: GuardDog02 But it seemed fitting, after what happened. Like nature knew and was crying with the rest of us, eh? GUARD6_2_IoC_castlegates_002 5900 0 BGSpeech_GuardDog02Line8 D: GuardDog01 No, not like that. It wasn't... it wasn't natural. Not at all. Just didn't feel like a right storm in the bones, not at all. GUARD5_2_IoC_castlegates_003 9730 0 BGSpeech_GuardDog01Line10 D: GuardDog02 You and your old bones! Don't be talking silly. You'll start scaring people more than they're already scared! GUARD6_2_IoC_castlegates_003 6755 0 BGSpeech_GuardDog02Line9 D: GuardDog01 Alright, alright. I'll hush about it, but I'm telling you, something was wrong with that storm! GUARD5_2_IoC_castlegates_004 4829 0 BGSpeech_GuardDog01Line11 T: Talk First Time

0 0 0 5 D: GuardDog04 I heard you got put on kitchen duty last night. GUARD3_2_IoC_castlegates_004 0 0 FirstTime_Guard04Talk4Line1 D: GuardDog03 Captain Saladin said if I was so interested in sniffing about the castle, I ought to go to the kitchens directly. GUARD4_2_IoC_castlegates_004 0 0 FirstTime_Guard03Talk4Line1 D: GuardDog04 I told you not to keep snuffling like you were hungry all the time on duty! GUARD3_2_IoC_castlegates_005 0 0 FirstTime_Guard04Talk4Line2 D: GuardDog03 I can't help it if I have such a sensitive nose! You think they'd try putting my talents to good use. Out in the countryside or hunting down criminals! GUARD4_2_IoC_castlegates_005 0 0 FirstTime_Guard03Talk4Line2 D: GuardDog04 Sure, sure. A sensitive nose and a big stomach, you mean! GUARD3_2_IoC_castlegates_006 0 0 FirstTime_Guard04Talk4Line3 T: Dogs Talk 4 BGSpeech 0 0 0 5 D: GuardDog04 I heard you got put on kitchen duty last night. GUARD3_2_IoC_castlegates_004 2497 0 BGSpeech_Guard04Talk4Line1 D: GuardDog03 Captain Saladin said if I was so interested in sniffing about the castle, I ought to go to the kitchens directly. GUARD4_2_IoC_castlegates_004 5174 0 BGSpeech_Guard03Talk4Line1 D: GuardDog04 I told you not to keep snuffling like you were hungry all the time on duty! GUARD3_2_IoC_castlegates_005 4362 0 BGSpeech_Guard04Talk4Line2 D: GuardDog03 I can't help it if I have such a sensitive nose! You think they'd try putting my talents to good use. Out in the countryside or hunting down criminals! GUARD4_2_IoC_castlegates_005 8449 0 BGSpeech_Guard03Talk4Line2 D: GuardDog04 Sure, sure. A sensitive nose and a big stomach, you mean! GUARD3_2_IoC_castlegates_006 4867 0 BGSpeech_Guard04Talk4Line3 T: Guard Dogs Discovered Part 1

0 0 0 1 D: GuardDogFemale01 You two! Look alive! GUARD7_2_IoC_castlegates_002_000 1927 0 GuardDogFemale01Line1 T: Guard Dogs Discovered Part 2

0 0 0 1 D: GuardDogFemale01 No slacking on duty, not in times of trouble! GUARD7_2_IoC_castlegates_002_001 3518 0 GuardDogFemale01Line1b T: Guard Dogs Discovered Part 3

0 0 0 2 D: GuardDog04 Sorry, sir! GUARD3_2_IoC_castlegates_002 696 0 GuardDog04CaughtLine1 D: GuardDog03 Won't happen again! It's just, uhm.. umm... mmm... GUARD4_2_IoC_castlegates_002 3948 0

T: Guard Dogs Discovered Part 4

0 0 0 1 D: GuardDogFemale01 Just what, soldier? GUARD7_2_IoC_castlegates_003_000 1349 0 GuardDogFemale01Line2 T: Guard Dogs Discovered Part 4b

0 0 0 1 D: GuardDog04

  • whimpers*

GuardDogWhimpers 2752 0

T: Guard Dogs Discovered Part 4c BGSpeech 0 0 0 4 D: GuardDogFemale01 There are no 'justs' around here! GUARD7_2_IoC_castlegates_003_001 2089 0 GuardDogFemale01Line2b D: GuardDogFemale01 The castle is our charge, and the safety of those inside! GUARD7_2_IoC_castlegates_003_002 3483 0 GuardDogFemale01Line2c D: GuardDogFemale01 I don't care what's going on at any given time, you just do your jobs! GUARD7_2_IoC_castlegates_003_003 3798 0 GuardDogFemale01Line2d D: GuardDogFemale01 That clear, soldiers? GUARD7_2_IoC_castlegates_003_004 1720 0 GuardDogFemale01Line2e T: Guard Dogs Discovered Part 5

0 0 0 1 D: GuardDog04 Sir, yes, sir! GUARD3_2_IoC_castlegates_003 1316 0 GuardDogLineCaught20 T: Guard Dogs Bait

0 0 0 2 D: GuardDog03 Hm, what smells so good... GUARDDOG03_IoC_MainHall_001_000 2460 0

D: GuardDog03 Oh! Look at that! GUARDDOG03_IoC_MainHall_001_001 2564 0

T: Female Leaves Guard Dogs

0 0 0 3 D: GuardDogFemale01 You good-for-nothing pups! GUARD7_3_IoC_MainHall_023_000 1824 0 FemaleGuardDogLine80 D: GuardDogFemale01 When Captain Saladin reads my report, you'll both be in the doghouse! GUARD7_3_IoC_MainHall_023_001 5571 0 FemaleGuardDogLine80b D: GuardDogFemale01 And I'm going to write it right NOW! GUARD7_3_IoC_MainHall_023_002 3458 0 FemaleGuardDogLine80c T: Guard Dogs Talk AfterCaught

0 0 0 6 D: GuardDog03 Wonder what the chef's got planned for today.... GUARDDOG03_3_IoC_MainHall_003_000 2256 0 BGSpeech D: GuardDog03 Ohhh... ham and potatoes... GUARDDOG03_3_IoC_MainHall_003_001 3914 0 BGSpeech D: GuardDog04 I don't want to hear it. Talk to the spear! GUARDDOG04_3_IoC_MainHall_003 2072 0 BGSpeech D: GuardDog03 But, but! GUARDDOG03_3_IoC_MainHall_004 560 0 BGSpeech D: GuardDog04 Negative! GUARDDOG04_3_IoC_MainHall_004 1451 0 BGSpeech D: GuardDog03 Pussycat.... GUARDDOG03_3_IoC_MainHall_005 1352 0 BGSpeech T: Guard Dogs Bait 2

0 0 0 3 D: GuardDog04 I don't think that's a very good idea. We are on duty! GUARDDOG04_3_IoC_MainHall_001 3721 0

D: GuardDog03 Ahh, I can't pass this up! GUARDDOG03_3_IoC_MainHall_002 2287 0

D: GuardDog04 I'm telling you, you and your sensitive nose! GUARDDOG04_3_IoC_MainHall_002 4214 0

C: Shamir

2 T: Stairs Part 1

0 0 0 2 D: Shamir King Graham! SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_300_000 683 0 ShamirLine1 D: Graham Shamir? GRAHAM_2_IoC_garden_301 640 0 GrahmShamirLine1 T: Stairs Part 2

0 0 0 2 D: Shamir I'm glad you're here. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_300_001 866 0 ShamirLine2 D: Shamir I've been hoping to speak with you privately--it's about the Stranger. SHAMIR_2_IoC_garden_300_002 3083 0

C: GuardDogFemale01

3 T: First Time Greetings

0 1 0 5 D: Graham Good day, guard. GRAHAM_3_IoC_mainhall_003 917 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine6 D: GuardDogFemale01 Good day your majesty! GUARD7_3_IoC_MainHall_001 1537 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine7 D: Graham Yikes...that was loud. GRAHAM_3_IoC_mainhall_004 1914 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine8 D: GuardDogFemale01 What was that your majesty?! GUARD7_3_IoC_MainHall_002 2135 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine9 D: Graham Nothing... GRAHAM_3_IoC_mainhall_005 856 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine10 T: Second Time Greetings

0 1 0 2 D: Graham Good day, guard. GRAHAM_3_IoC_mainhall_003 917 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine11 D: GuardDogFemale01 Good day your majesty! GUARD7_3_IoC_MainHall_001 1537 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine12 T: Topics

0 0 4 0 T: Distract the Guard DistractionTopic2 0 0 5 2 T: King Caliphim's bedroom KCBedroom 0 0 0 1 D: Graham In King Caliphim's bedroom. GRAHAM_3_IoC_mainhall_070 1971 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine30 T: Graham's bedroom GBedroom 0 0 0 1 D: Graham By my bedroom. GRAHAM_3_IoC_mainhall_071 1399 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine31 T: Alcove AlcoveTrig 0 0 0 1 D: Graham By the portraits alcove. GRAHAM_3_IoC_mainhall_072 1844 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine32 T: Cassima's bedroom CasBedroom 0 0 0 1 D: Graham By Cassima's bedroom. GRAHAM_3_IoC_mainhall_073 1399 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine33 T: Edgar's bedroom EdgBedroom 0 0 0 1 D: Graham In Edgar's room. GRAHAM_3_IoC_mainhall_074 1272 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine34 D: Graham I'm sure I noticed something strange up there. GRAHAM_3_IoC_mainhall_089 2828 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine35 D: GuardDogFemale01 Tell me where and I'll double check! GUARD7_3_IoC_MainHall_020 2424 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine36 T: Throne Room

0 0 1 8 T: Entering

0 0 1 17 T: Distraction DistractionTopic 0 0 5 14 T: King Caliphim's bedroom KCBedroom 0 0 0 1 D: Graham In King Caliphim's bedroom. GRAHAM_3_IoC_mainhall_070 1971 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine25 T: Graham's bedroom GBedroom 0 0 0 1 D: Graham By my bedroom. GRAHAM_3_IoC_mainhall_071 1399 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine26 T: Alcove AlcoveTrig 0 0 0 1 D: Graham By the portraits alcove. GRAHAM_3_IoC_mainhall_072 1844 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine27 T: Cassima's bedroom CasBedroom 0 0 0 1 D: Graham By Cassima's bedroom. GRAHAM_3_IoC_mainhall_073 1399 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine28 T: Edgar's bedroom EdgBedroom 0 0 0 1 D: Graham In Edgar's room. GRAHAM_3_IoC_mainhall_074 1272 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine29 D: Graham I think I saw something strange happening in the upstairs hallway. GRAHAM_3_IoC_mainhall_018 2808 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine51 D: GuardDogFemale01 Strange? GUARD7_3_IoC_MainHall_015_000 1087 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine60 D: GuardDogFemale01 Could you be more specific? GUARD7_3_IoC_MainHall_015_001 2209 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine60b D: Graham That's the thing -- I'm not sure what it is. GRAHAM_3_IoC_mainhall_019_000 3293 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine61 D: Graham Maybe someone with your skills could make more out of it. GRAHAM_3_IoC_mainhall_019_001 3929 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine61b D: GuardDogFemale01 I cannot leave my post! GUARD7_3_IoC_MainHall_016 1972 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine62 D: Graham But what if it's something dangerous? GRAHAM_3_IoC_mainhall_020_000 1616 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine63 D: Graham What if someone's threatening the King and Queen? GRAHAM_3_IoC_mainhall_020_001 2287 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine63b D: GuardDogFemale01 According to the guidelines, Article 7, paragraph 15, it is permitted to leave one's post in case of an emergency. GUARD7_3_IoC_MainHall_017_000 7798 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine64 D: GuardDogFemale01 Would you consider this an emergency? GUARD7_3_IoC_MainHall_017_001 2841 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine64b D: Graham Oh, yes, definitely. GRAHAM_3_IoC_mainhall_021 1250 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine65 D: GuardDogFemale01 Right then! GUARD7_3_IoC_MainHall_018_000 648 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine66 D: GuardDogFemale01 Where in the upstairs hall? GUARD7_3_IoC_MainHall_018_001 1671 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine66b D: GuardDogFemale01 There's no time to lose! GUARD7_3_IoC_MainHall_018_002 2319 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine66c D: Graham There could be tools in there that could help me in my quest. GRAHAM_3_IoC_mainhall_009_000 2668 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine13 D: Graham Would you at least let me take a peek? GRAHAM_3_IoC_mainhall_009_001 1652 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine13b D: GuardDogFemale01 Negative! GUARD7_3_IoC_MainHall_006_000 1010 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine14 D: GuardDogFemale01 The Throne Room is off limits! GUARD7_3_IoC_MainHall_006_001 2168 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine14b D: Graham I am the King's father, wouldn't you consider it an order? GRAHAM_3_IoC_mainhall_010 2901 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine15 D: GuardDogFemale01 My duty is to protect the King and his family! GUARD7_3_IoC_MainHall_007_000 2874 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine16 D: GuardDogFemale01 And you, being his father, are part of my duty. GUARD7_3_IoC_MainHall_007_001 3214 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine16b D: GuardDogFemale01 It is too dangerous! GUARD7_3_IoC_MainHall_007_002 2552 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine16c D: Graham Would you take a peek for me then? GRAHAM_3_IoC_mainhall_011 1398 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine17 D: GuardDogFemale01 Negative! GUARD7_3_IoC_MainHall_008 1079 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine18 D: Graham Why not? GRAHAM_3_IoC_mainhall_012 1165 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine19 D: GuardDogFemale01 If I do, who guards this door and prevents people from entering? GUARD7_3_IoC_MainHall_009 4211 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine20 D: Graham But you would only be a few steps away. GRAHAM_3_IoC_mainhall_013_000 2556 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine21 D: Graham You could keep an eye on both places. GRAHAM_3_IoC_mainhall_013_001 2476 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine21b D: GuardDogFemale01 That would be in direct violation of article 7, paragraph 5 of the guard dog guidelines! GUARD7_3_IoC_MainHall_010 6971 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine22 D: Graham But- GRAHAM_3_IoC_mainhall_014 678 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine23 D: GuardDogFemale01 Negative! GUARD7_3_IoC_MainHall_011 875 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine24 D: Graham What are you guarding, good dog? GRAHAM_3_IoC_mainhall_006 1948 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine37 D: GuardDogFemale01 My duty is to keep anyone from entering the Throne Room while renovations are happening! GUARD7_3_IoC_MainHall_000 5401 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine38 D: Graham I thought they had been put on hold for the wedding. GRAHAM_3_IoC_mainhall_007 1904 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine39 D: GuardDogFemale01 Yes, but Captain Saladin has been investigating every corner of the castle in search of clues to find the stranger. GUARD7_3_IoC_MainHall_004_000 6967 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine40 D: GuardDogFemale01 So now that the throne room has been reopened, I stand here to make sure no one enters! GUARD7_3_IoC_MainHall_004_001 5355 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine40b D: Graham And why can't anyone enter? GRAHAM_3_IoC_mainhall_008 2541 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine41 D: GuardDogFemale01 Safety reasons! GUARD7_3_IoC_MainHall_005_000 1161 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine42 D: GuardDogFemale01 There are boards with nails in them, sire, nails! GUARD7_3_IoC_MainHall_005_001 2904 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine42b T: Rank

0 0 0 10 D: Graham What's your rank, soldier? GRAHAM_3_IoC_mainhall_015 1419 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine43 D: GuardDogFemale01 I'm a Lieutenant. GUARD7_3_IoC_MainHall_012_000 1557 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine44 D: GuardDogFemale01 Second only to Captain Saladin. GUARD7_3_IoC_MainHall_012_001 2757 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine44b D: Graham Impressive. GRAHAM_3_IoC_mainhall_016_000 1086 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine45 D: Graham So how do you find the overall performance of the castle guards? GRAHAM_3_IoC_mainhall_016_001 3488 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine45b D: GuardDogFemale01 Those good-for-nothing hounds! GUARD7_3_IoC_MainHall_013_000 1935 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine46 D: GuardDogFemale01 Once this emergency is over, they will hear from me! GUARD7_3_IoC_MainHall_013_001 3449 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine46b D: Graham I take it you are not too happy with them? GRAHAM_3_IoC_mainhall_017 2228 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine47 D: GuardDogFemale01 Negative! GUARD7_3_IoC_MainHall_014_000 1046 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine48 D: GuardDogFemale01 Especially when they break conduct! GUARD7_3_IoC_MainHall_014_001 2621 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine48b T: Goodbye GoodByeTrig 0 0 0 2 D: Graham I'll be getting back to helping my family now. GRAHAM_2_IoC_flr2west_016 2079 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine749 D: GuardDogFemale01 Goodbye, your majesty! GUARD7_3_IoC_MainHall_022 1596 0 GrahamFemaleGuardDogLine750 TSL CONVERSATIONS: 1 1 C: Cutscenes

4 T: Valanice Falls 1

0 0 0 13 D: Saladin Your Highness! King Graham! You must come with me immediately! 200_Valanice_Falls_001 3504 0 ValaniceFallsShot01Saladin D: Graham What's wrong? 200_Valanice_Falls_002 801 0 ValaniceFallsShot02Graham D: Saladin Sire... It's your wife. 200_Valanice_Falls_003 1736 0 ValaniceFallsShot03Saladin D: Graham Valanice? What's happening? Is she alright? 200_Valanice_Falls_004 2236 0 ValaniceFallsShot04Graham D: Saladin We don't know, Sire! 200_Valanice_Falls_005_000 1455 0

D: Saladin She's... 200_Valanice_Falls_005_001 781 0 ValaniceFallsShot05Saladin D: Graham Is she in her room? 200_Valanice_Falls_006 735 0 ValaniceFallsShot05Saladin D: Saladin Yes, Sire. 200_Valanice_Falls_007_000 1836 0

D: Saladin Where have you been, Sire? 200_Valanice_Falls_007_001 1736 0

D: Saladin The whole castle has been worried for your safety since... 200_Valanice_Falls_007_002_000 2920 0 ValaniceFallsShot06Saladin D: Saladin ...the storm last evening! 200_Valanice_Falls_007_002_001 2025 0 ValaniceFallsShot07Saladin D: Saladin Did you find a cure? 200_Valanice_Falls_007_003 1535 1500 ValaniceFallsShot08Saladin D: Graham Valanice?... 200_Valanice_Falls_008_000 1402 0

T: Valanice Falls 2

0 0 0 9 D: Graham ...Valanice...? 200_Valanice_Falls_008_001 868 0 ValaniceFallsShot09Graham D: ValaniceDay2 (gasps) 200_Valanice_Falls_009 1335 0

D: Graham Valanice! 200_Valanice_Falls_010_000 668 0

D: Graham What are you doing? Valanice! 200_Valanice_Falls_010_001 2603 0

D: Graham It's all right, Valanice, it's all right. Don't lose yourself over this. It will all be fine... 200_Valanice_Falls_010_002 4772 0 ValaniceFallsShot10aGraham D: Graham Don't worry. We'll all get through this. You know we will. 200_Valanice_Falls_010_003 2636 0

D: Graham Alexander and Rosella are going to recover from this. 200_Valanice_Falls_010_004 3404 0

D: Graham I've found a way to help them, and I will save them. 200_Valanice_Falls_010_005 2370 0 ValaniceFallsShot10bGraham D: Graham I promise. 200_Valanice_Falls_010_006 3337 0 ValaniceFallsShot10cGraham T: Valanice Falls 3

0 0 0 6 D: Saladin How is she faring, Sire? 200_Valanice_Falls_014 2636 0 ValaniceFallsShot20aSaladin D: Graham Keep an eye on her. Post a guard here day and night. 200_Valanice_Falls_015 3537 0 ValaniceFallsShot20bGraham D: Saladin I shall do it myself, Sire. 200_Valanice_Falls_016 2403 0 ValaniceFallsShot20cSaladin D: Graham I appreciate it. I can't stay by her side. 200_Valanice_Falls_017 2770 0 ValaniceFallsShot20dGraham D: Saladin Do not worry over it. 200_Valanice_Falls_018 1535 0

D: Graham Thank you. 200_Valanice_Falls_019 1235 0

T: Valanice Falls 4

0 0 0 1 D: Graham I don't know how things can get much worse than this. GRAHAM_2_IoC_grahamroom_506 2526 0 ValaniceFallsShot13dGraham


1 2 C: Action - Look

30 T: Global

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator This place truly is a castle above castles. NARRATOR_2_IoC_mainhall_001_000 3309 0

D: Narrator But for all its beauty, a veil of grief has shrouded the Castle of the Crown in the wake of its king's sudden and mysterious condition. NARRATOR_2_IoC_mainhall_001_003 8817 0

T: GuardDogsDown

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Some guards stand on duty, some others patrol the castle, but all of them are perturbed by the recent events. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_004 7298 0

T: GuardDogsUp

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The guards remain on duty, as ordered by Captain Saladin. NARRATOR_1_IoC_fl2north_004 4018 0

T: Garlands

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The garlands still remain, wilting the more every hour they hang upon the walls, with nobody removing them from sight. NARRATOR_2_IoC_mainhall_002 7577 0

T: DogStatue

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator There was a time when the guards of the castle were human. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_010_000 3238 0

D: Narrator Graham learned that the statue was raised in the name of one of Saladin's ancestors, the first dog to become guard for the Castle of the Crown. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_010_001 8327 0

D: Narrator He performed so well, that Cassima's ancestors started recruiting more dogs for the job, until it became a tradition. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_010_002 7663 0

T: Alcove

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator A small alcove, with a single column, cuts a notch in the east wall. NARRATOR_2_IoC_flr2west_007 4361 0

T: Saladin

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham truly appreciates the noble captain watching over Valanice, ensuring her safety. NARRATOR_2_IoC_flr2west_008 5960 0

T: Vases

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator These vases are fine antiquities indeed. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_005_000 2584 0

T: PortraitAllaCali

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Cassima's parents, Allaria and Caliphim. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_012_000 2638 0

D: Narrator Graham, unfortunately, did not have the chance to meet with them on this occasion. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_012_001 4511 0

D: Narrator The Queen was called away to visit a close childhood friend who had recently become very ill, and could not attend the wedding. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_012_002 6256 0

T: PortraitAlexCass

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator What a lovely portrait of Alexander and Cassima. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_013_000 3813 0

D: Narrator The painter must have been extra kind with Alexander, because there are no signs of the slight unease that usually haunts his eyes. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_013_001 7323 0

D: Narrator Instead, he looks as happy and as handsome as ever. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_013_002 3368 500

T: Columns

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The impressive marble columns stand high and tall, serving both as support and decoration to this beautiful hall. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_015 6917 0

T: Torch

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Even the bright fire from these torches matches the decoration of the castle. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_013 4528 0

T: PegasusPaintings

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator An artful painting of a Pegasus adorns the hallway walls. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_018_000 3611 0

T: Bench

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Valanice actually took a liking to this solitary bench. NARRATOR_1_IoC_fl2north_006_000 3378 0

T: Stairs

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Twin flights of stairs lead up to the second floor of the castle. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_006 3668 0

T: DoorThroneRoom

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The throne room lies beyond these large doors. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_003_000 2704 0

T: DoorHallway

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator That door leads to the kitchen and the gardens. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_007 2985 0

T: DoorBasement

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator That door leads down into the basement. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_008 2534 0

T: DoorEdgar

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator That's the door to the guest room where Edgar is staying. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_005_000 2984 0

T: DoorRosella

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator That door leads to Rosella's guest quarters. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_006_000 2627 0

T: DoorCassima

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator That's the door to Cassima and Alexander's room. NARRATOR_1_IoC_fl2north_003_000 3556 0

T: DoorCaliphim

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator That room belongs to Caliphim and Allaria, Cassima's parents. NARRATOR_1_IoC_fl2west_005 4423 0

T: DoorGraham

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham can only hope Valanice is doing well. NARRATOR_2_IoC_flr2west_005 3129 0

T: GlobalNorth

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Ever since his first visit to the Isles, Graham has admired the exquisite architecture of the Castle of the Crown, inside and out. NARRATOR_2_IoC_flr2north_001 8427 0

T: GlobalWest

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator This is the west end of the upstairs hallway of the Castle of the Crown. NARRATOR_2_IoC_flr2east_001_000 3824 0

D: Narrator Its resplendent beauty and noble ambiance are overshadowed by the terrible events that have recently befallen the king of this castle and his sister. NARRATOR_2_IoC_flr2east_001_001 9094 0

T: GlobalEast

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The brilliance of these hallways makes Castle Daventry seem humble and dull by comparison, Graham thinks to himself. NARRATOR_2_IoC_flr2west_001_000 6915 0

T: DoorCastleEntrance

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator These heavy doors lead out of the castle. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_100 2527 0

T: GarlandsClosed

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator That's strange. NARRATOR_2_IoC_gardenhall_002_000 1385 0

D: Narrator These flowers look as if they have not even bloomed yet. NARRATOR_2_IoC_gardenhall_002_001 3359 0

D: Narrator Have the cold and rain affected them somehow? NARRATOR_2_IoC_gardenhall_002_002 2767 0

T: GrahamDoor

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham and his wife Valanice are staying in the room behind that door. NARRATOR_1_IoC_fl2west_006_000 3885 0

T: Necklace2

0 0 0 3 D: Graham What's this? GRAHAM_2_IoC_MainHall_301_000 822 0

D: Graham It looks likes Cassima's necklace! GRAHAM_2_IoC_MainHall_301_001 2086 0

D: Graham She must have had it with her last night and dropped it here. GRAHAM_2_IoC_MainHall_302_002 0 0

C: Action - Hand

15 T: Garlands

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator As much as Graham would like them out of his sight, he doesn't have time to remove them. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_010_000 4772 0

T: Vases

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Cassima told Graham she was badly scolded by her mother when she broke one of these vases when she was a girl, playing hide-and-go-seek with Jollo. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_012_000 8000 0

T: PortraitAllaCali

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham does not want to damage the portraits. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_014_000 2526 0

T: DogStatue

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Of course, let's tip the statue over and break it. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_011_000 3738 0

T: Columns

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The columns are very smooth to the touch. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_016_000 2536 0

T: Torch

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham can find another source of fire if he needs one. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_014 3340 0

T: DoorThroneRoom

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The place is still messy from the renovations; it's not safe to go in there. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_011_000 4675 0

D: Narrator Especially without a hard hat. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_011_001 2675 0

T: DoorBasement

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham can think of nothing worth investigating in the castle basement. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_009 4373 0

T: DoorEdgar

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator There's no point in going into that room. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_007 2686 0

T: DoorRosella

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator There's no point in going into that room. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_008 3020 0

T: DoorCaliphim

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham knows that Cassima's parents are not in the castle, and it would be rude to go into their room without their permission. NARRATOR_1_IoC_fl2west_007 6850 0

T: PortraitAlexCass

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham does not want to damage the portraits. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_014_000 2526 0

T: DoorHallway

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The door is open already. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_101 1848 0

T: DoorGraham

0 0 0 1 D: Graham It's locked, and I should let Valanice rest. GRAHAM_2_IoC_MainHall_300 0 0

T: Bench

0 0 0 5 D: Narrator Hey, now, stop slacking, you! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_000 2566 0

D: Narrator You have a family to save and a huge evil to fight! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_001 2874 0

D: Narrator And I'm not gonna stand around here and wait until you're done taking a breather! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_002 3526 0

D: Narrator I mean, kings these days... NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_003 2560 0

D: Narrator They don't make them like they used to! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_004 1946 0


1 4 C: Action - Look

26 T: Global

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator It has only been a few hours at most since this hall was full of life and joy... but it feels like that must have been some other lifetime. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_001_000 9980 0

D: Narrator Graham can see clearly the friends who had gathered here to celebrate the wedding, guests clattering amicably, children running about engaged in games of the moment. Smiles and laughter filled this hall, but now... NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_001_001 14061 0

D: Narrator Now there is nothing but heavy silence to remind anyone who is left in the castle of how horribly the celebration ended. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_001_002 8126 0

T: GuardDogsUpLeft

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The guards remain on duty, as ordered by Captain Saladin. NARRATOR_1_IoC_fl2north_004 4018 0

D: Narrator Though most of the guard dogs in the castle seem to be purebreds, this one appears to be a mix of several breeds, though his respect for these creatures wouldn't permit Graham to call this dog a "mutt." NARRATOR_2_IoC_mainhall_004 12174 0

T: GuardDogsUpRight

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The guards remain on duty, as ordered by Captain Saladin. NARRATOR_1_IoC_fl2north_004 4018 0

D: Narrator This guard dog looks like some type of herding dog. NARRATOR_2_IoC_mainhall_005 2953 0

T: Garlands

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Bitterly, Graham's eyes linger on the garlands of fresh flowers, brought in just this morning to decorate the halls for the wedding. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_002_000 7860 0

D: Narrator Rosella had mischievously plucked one and tucked it behind her ear on her way to her rooms to put on her wedding gown earlier, giddy with excitement like she was a little girl all over again. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_002_001 11740 0

D: Narrator Seeing them now only pains Graham, and he's tempted to rip them down and be done with more reminders of what's happened. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_002_002 7327 0

T: DogStatue

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator There was a time when the guards of the castle were human. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_010_000 3238 0

D: Narrator Graham learned that the statue was raised in the name of one of Saladin's ancestors, the first dog to become guard for the Castle of the Crown. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_010_001 8327 0

D: Narrator He performed so well, that Cassima's ancestors started recruiting more dogs for the job, until it became a tradition. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_010_002 7663 0

T: Alcove

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator A small alcove, with a single column, cuts a notch in the east wall. NARRATOR_2_IoC_flr2west_007 4361 0

T: Vases

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator These vases are fine antiquities indeed. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_005_000 2584 0

D: Narrator Cassima told Graham that they were a gift from her grandfather to her mother. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_005_001 4163 0

D: Narrator She was very little when they were placed in the castle, but still remembers the smile on Allaria's face when her grandfather stepped into the Main Hall, while servants brought the vases into the castle. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_005_002 12680 0

T: PortraitAllaCali

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator Cassima's parents, Allaria and Caliphim. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_012_000 2638 0

D: Narrator Graham, unfortunately, did not have the chance to meet with them on this occasion. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_012_001 4511 0

D: Narrator The Queen was called away to visit a close childhood friend who had recently become very ill, and could not attend the wedding. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_012_002 6256 0

D: Narrator Cassima expressed her mother's profound apologies, and invited the Daventry family to visit another time when Allaria would not be away, and so beset with worry. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_012_003 10086 0

T: PortraitAlexCass

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator What a lovely portrait of Alexander and Cassima. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_013_000 3813 0

D: Narrator The painter must have been extra kind with Alexander because there are no signs of the slight unease that usually haunts his eyes. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_013_001 7323 0

D: Narrator Instead, he looks as happy and as handsome as ever. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_013_002 3368 500

D: Narrator Graham wishes his son were so carefree more often. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_013_003 3051 0

T: Columns

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The impressive marble columns stand high and tall, serving both as support and decoration to this beautiful hall. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_015 6917 0

T: Torch

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Even the bright fire from these torches matches the decoration of the castle. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_013 4528 0

T: PegasusPaintings

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator An artful painting of a Pegasus adorns the hallway walls. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_018_000 3611 0

D: Narrator Though Graham isn't sure why a Pegasus was chosen to decorate the wall here, or if it has any significance to the Green Isles, he does admire the artistry put into its creation. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_018_001 10663 0

T: Bench

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Valanice actually took a liking to this solitary bench. NARRATOR_1_IoC_fl2north_006_000 3378 0

D: Narrator In the days prior to Rosella's wedding she had taken to coming here to sit, admiring the castle and occasionally talking to one of the guards that passed by. NARRATOR_1_IoC_fl2north_006_001 9105 0

T: Stairs

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Twin flights of stairs lead up to the second floor of the castle. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_006 3668 0

T: DoorThroneRoom

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The throne room lies beyond these large doors. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_003_000 2704 0

D: Narrator They were kept closed during the celebration as some renovations planned by Alexander and Cassima have not yet been completed. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_003_001 7147 0

T: DoorHallway

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator That door leads to the kitchen and the gardens. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_007 2985 0

T: DoorBasement

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator That door leads down into the basement. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_008 2534 0

T: DoorEdgar

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator That's the door to the guest room where Edgar is staying. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_005_000 2984 0

D: Narrator As painful as this is for everyone, Graham cannot imagine what the poor young man must be going through. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_005_001 6024 0

D: Narrator Seeing his bride's spirit snapped right from his arms just before the kiss that would have sealed their lives together forever... NARRATOR_1_fl2east_005_002 6565 0

D: Narrator It's something that Graham would not wish to anyone, much less his daughter's husband-to-be. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_005_003 5528 0

T: DoorRosella

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator That door leads to Rosella's guest quarters. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_006_000 2627 0

D: Narrator She's not there at the moment, of course... NARRATOR_1_fl2east_006_001 3163 0

D: Narrator If that could only be because she was on her honeymoon... NARRATOR_1_fl2east_006_002 3419 0

T: DoorCassima

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator That's the door to Cassima and Alexander's room. NARRATOR_1_IoC_fl2north_003_000 3556 0

D: Narrator It pains Graham to think that the former princess was locked in this room for nearly half a year before his son was valiant enough to rescue her. NARRATOR_1_IoC_fl2north_003_001 8097 0

D: Narrator Now, it is the setting for another tragedy. NARRATOR_1_IoC_fl2north_003_002 3410 0

T: DoorCaliphim

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator That room belongs to Caliphim and Allaria, Cassima's parents. NARRATOR_1_IoC_fl2west_005 4423 0

T: DoorGraham

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham and his wife Valanice are staying in the room behind that door. NARRATOR_1_IoC_fl2west_006_000 3885 0

D: Narrator Graham finds it quite different than what he's used to, but beautiful just the same. NARRATOR_1_IoC_fl2west_006_001 5581 0

T: GlobalNorth

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator There's a thick air overwhelming the hallways. NARRATOR_1_IoC_fl2north_001_000 3830 0

D: Narrator Graham can almost hear Valanice's scream echoing from when she found Alexander lying on the floor, almost lifeless. NARRATOR_1_IoC_fl2north_001_001 9045 0

D: Narrator Frantic memories of her rushed steps as she tried to make her way back into the garden, where it would have been already too late, reverberated in his ears. NARRATOR_1_IoC_fl2north_001_002 10901 0

D: Narrator Had Graham had her intuition, would he have felt something was about to happen to their children as well? Could he have done something more to spare at least Rosella? NARRATOR_1_IoC_fl2north_001_003 12344 0

T: GlobalWest

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator This is the west end of the upstairs hallway of the Castle of the Crown. NARRATOR_2_IoC_flr2east_001_000 3824 0

D: Narrator Its resplendent beauty and noble ambiance are overshadowed by the terrible events that have recently befallen the king of this castle and his sister. NARRATOR_2_IoC_flr2east_001_001 9094 0

T: GlobalEast

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The lonely sorrow of the empty halls pulls at Graham's heart, a stark reminder of how this day was meant to end but did not. NARRATOR_1_IoC_fl2west_001_000 9232 0

D: Narrator Guilt weighs on him as he walks through the castle, with only the sounds of his footsteps and those of the alert guards around him to fill his ears. NARRATOR_1_IoC_fl2west_001_001 8538 0

T: DoorCastleEntrance

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator These heavy doors lead out of the castle. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_100 2527 0

C: Action - Hand

16 T: DoorCassima

0 0 0 1 D: Graham I can't go back in there now. My children need my help. Besides, they're in good hands, and I trust that they will be until I return. GRAHAM_1_IoC_fl2north_001 7411 0

T: Garlands

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator As much as Graham would like them out of his sight, he doesn't have time to remove them. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_010_000 4772 0

D: Narrator Hopefully the castle's maids will take care of that, and soon. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_010_001 3982 0

T: Vases

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Cassima told Graham she was badly scolded by her mother when she broke one of these vases when she was a girl, playing hide-and-go-seek with Jollo. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_012_000 8000 0

D: Narrator She couldn't quite fit in one when trying to hide, it tipped over, and, well... her mother was furious. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_012_001 7585 0

D: Narrator Graham better leave them alone. He certainly wouldn't fit inside any easier than a small girl! NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_012_002 5360 0

T: PortraitAllaCali

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham does not want to damage the portraits. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_014_000 2526 0

D: Narrator They hold a very sentimental value to this castle, and to him as well. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_014_001 5020 0

T: DogStatue

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Of course, let's tip the statue over and break it. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_011_000 3738 0

D: Narrator That would make everyone feel better about the current situation. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_011_001 3497 0

T: Columns

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The columns are very smooth to the touch. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_016_000 2536 0

D: Narrator The people in the castle must take very good care of them. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_016_001 3954 0

T: Torch

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham can find another source of fire if he needs one. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_014 3340 0

T: DoorThroneRoom

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The place is still messy from the renovations; it's not safe to go in there. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_011_000 4675 0

D: Narrator Especially without a hard hat. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_011_001 2675 0

T: DoorBasement

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham can think of nothing worth investigating in the castle basement. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_009 4373 0

T: DoorEdgar

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator There's no point in going into that room. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_007 2686 0

T: DoorRosella

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator There's no point in going into that room. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_008 3020 0

T: DoorCaliphim

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham knows that Cassima's parents are not in the castle, and it would be rude to go into their room without their permission. NARRATOR_1_IoC_fl2west_007 6850 0

T: PortraitAlexCass

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham does not want to damage the portraits. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_014_000 2526 0

D: Narrator They hold a very sentimental value to this castle, and to him as well. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_014_001 5020 0

T: DoorCastleEntrance

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham is not going on his journey dressed like this! NARRATOR_1_fl2east_004 3606 0

T: DoorHallway

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The door is open already. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_101 1848 0

T: Bench

0 0 0 5 D: Narrator Hey, now, stop slacking, you! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_000 2566 0

D: Narrator You have a family to save and a huge evil to fight! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_001 2874 0

D: Narrator And I'm not gonna stand around here and wait until you're done taking a breather! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_002 3526 0

D: Narrator I mean, kings these days... NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_003 2560 0

D: Narrator They don't make them like they used to! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_004 1946 0

C: Action - Talk

1 T: Guards - At Door

0 0 1 0 T: Chapter 1

0 0 2 0 T: First Time

0 0 0 3 D: GuardDog02 Is everything all right in there? GUARD_1_IoC_fl2north_001 2150 0 GuardLine1 D: Graham Yes. Just be prepared, we don't know what else may come. GRAHAM_1_IoC_fl2north_002 3658 0 GrahamCassGuardsLine1 D: GuardDog02 We will, Your Majesty. GUARD_1_IoC_fl2north_002 1779 0 GuardLine2 T: Second Time

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham has more important duties than chit-chatting. NARRATOR_1_IoC_fl2north_005 3327 0

C: Guard Dogs

2 T: Dogs Talk 1 BGSpeech 0 0 0 6 D: GuardDog01 Hey, hey, think we'll fight anyone today? GUARD5_2_IoC_castlegates_005 2828 0 BGSpeech_GuardDog01Line1 D: GuardDog02 I should hope not. GUARD6_2_IoC_castlegates_004 1183 0 BGSpeech_GuardDog02Line1 D: GuardDog01 What?! Why not?! We could take 'em! We'd be heroes! Everyone in the Green Isles would know our names. GUARD5_2_IoC_castlegates_006 5806 0 BGSpeech_GuardDog01Line2 D: GuardDog02 Don't be a fool! If anyone were to try and attack the castle, they'd be attacking more than just us. GUARD6_2_IoC_castlegates_005 6156 0 BGSpeech_GuardDog02Line2 D: GuardDog01 Ohhh... but if someone did attack, I could take 'em! I know I could! Maybe we should go try and find some bad guys- GUARD5_2_IoC_castlegates_007 6766 0 BGSpeech_GuardDog01Line3 D: GuardDog02 You're hopeless! Now keep going, our shift's not over yet. And don't go 'looking for bad guys' when it is, either! GUARD6_2_IoC_castlegates_006 8636 0 BGSpeech_GuardDog02Line3 T: Dogs Talk 2 BGSpeech 0 0 0 9 D: GuardDog01 So, what did she say? GUARD5_2_IoC_castlegates_008 1566 0 BGSpeech_GuardDog01Line4 D: GuardDog02 Who? GUARD6_2_IoC_castlegates_008 1628 0 BGSpeech_GuardDog02Line4 D: GuardDog01 Your sister! You were going to fix us up, remember? GUARD5_2_IoC_castlegates_009 2727 0 BGSpeech_GuardDog01Line5 D: GuardDog02 I've got five sisters who are all the same age and look exactly alike who were from my litter. You're going to have to be more specific. GUARD6_2_IoC_castlegates_009 7182 0 BGSpeech_GuardDog02Line5 D: GuardDog01 Hilda! The one in the kitchens. GUARD5_2_IoC_castlegates_010 1566 0 BGSpeech_GuardDog01Line6 D: GuardDog02 Hilda? She's not my sister. She's the lieutenant's sister! GUARD6_2_IoC_castlegates_010 4532 0 BGSpeech_GuardDog02Line6 D: GuardDog01 What? Wait, you're not the lieutenant? GUARD5_2_IoC_castlegates_011 2171 0 BGSpeech_GuardDog01Line7 D: GuardDog02 No! GUARD6_2_IoC_castlegates_011 1026 0 BGSpeech_GuardDog02Line7 D: GuardDog01 (growls) Blast it! You beagles all look alike to me! GUARD5_2_IoC_castlegates_012 3030 0 BGSpeech_GuardDog01Line8

1 2 C: Action - Look

26 T: Global

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator It has only been a few hours at most since this hall was full of life and joy... but it feels like that must have been some other lifetime. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_001_000 9980 0

D: Narrator Now there is nothing but heavy silence to remind anyone who is left in the castle of how horribly the celebration ended. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_001_002 8126 0

T: GuardDogsUpLeft

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The guards remain on duty, as ordered by Captain Saladin. NARRATOR_1_IoC_fl2north_004 4018 0

T: GuardDogsUpRight

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The guards remain on duty, as ordered by Captain Saladin. NARRATOR_1_IoC_fl2north_004 4018 0

T: Garlands

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Bitterly, Graham's eyes linger on the garlands of fresh flowers, brought in just this morning to decorate the halls for the wedding. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_002_000 7860 0

T: DogStatue

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator There was a time when the guards of the castle were human. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_010_000 3238 0

D: Narrator Graham learned that the statue was raised in the name of one of Saladin's ancestors, the first dog to become guard for the Castle of the Crown. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_010_001 8327 0

D: Narrator He performed so well, that Cassima's ancestors started recruiting more dogs for the job, until it became a tradition. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_010_002 7663 0

T: Alcove

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator A small alcove, with a single column, cuts a notch in the east wall. NARRATOR_2_IoC_flr2west_007 4361 0

T: Vases

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator These vases are fine antiquities indeed. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_005_000 2584 0

T: PortraitAllaCali

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Cassima's parents, Allaria and Caliphim. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_012_000 2638 0

D: Narrator Graham, unfortunately, did not have the chance to meet with them on this occasion. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_012_001 4511 0

D: Narrator The Queen was called away to visit a close childhood friend who had recently become very ill, and could not attend the wedding. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_012_002 6256 0

T: PortraitAlexCass

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator What a lovely portrait of Alexander and Cassima. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_013_000 3813 0

D: Narrator The painter must have been extra kind with Alexander because there are no signs of the slight unease that usually haunts his eyes. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_013_001 7323 0

D: Narrator Instead, he looks as happy and as handsome as ever. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_013_002 3368 500

D: Narrator Graham wishes his son were so carefree more often. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_013_003 3051 0

T: Columns

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The impressive marble columns stand high and tall, serving both as support and decoration to this beautiful hall. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_015 6917 0

T: Torch

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Even the bright fire from these torches matches the decoration of the castle. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_013 4528 0

T: PegasusPaintings

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator An artful painting of a Pegasus adorns the hallway walls. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_018_000 3611 0

T: Bench

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Valanice actually took a liking to this solitary bench. NARRATOR_1_IoC_fl2north_006_000 3378 0

D: Narrator In the days prior to Rosella's wedding she had taken to coming here to sit, admiring the castle and occasionally talking to one of the guards that passed by. NARRATOR_1_IoC_fl2north_006_001 9105 0

T: Stairs

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Twin flights of stairs lead up to the second floor of the castle. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_006 3668 0

T: DoorThroneRoom

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The throne room lies beyond these large doors. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_003_000 2704 0

D: Narrator They were kept closed during the celebration as some renovations planned by Alexander and Cassima have not yet been completed. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_003_001 7147 0

T: DoorHallway

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator That door leads to the kitchen and the gardens. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_007 2985 0

T: DoorBasement

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator That door leads down into the basement. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_008 2534 0

T: DoorEdgar

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator That's the door to the guest room where Edgar is staying. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_005_000 2984 0

T: DoorRosella

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator That door leads to Rosella's guest quarters. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_006_000 2627 0

D: Narrator She's not there at the moment, of course... NARRATOR_1_fl2east_006_001 3163 0

T: DoorCassima

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator That's the door to Cassima and Alexander's room. NARRATOR_1_IoC_fl2north_003_000 3556 0

T: DoorCaliphim

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator That room belongs to Caliphim and Allaria, Cassima's parents. NARRATOR_1_IoC_fl2west_005 4423 0

T: DoorGraham

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham and his wife Valanice are staying in the room behind that door. NARRATOR_1_IoC_fl2west_006_000 3885 0

T: GlobalNorth

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator There's a thick air overwhelming the hallways. NARRATOR_1_IoC_fl2north_001_000 3830 0

D: Narrator Graham can almost hear Valanice's scream echoing from when she found Alexander lying on the floor, almost lifeless. NARRATOR_1_IoC_fl2north_001_001 9045 0

T: GlobalWest

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator This is the west end of the upstairs hallway of the Castle of the Crown. NARRATOR_2_IoC_flr2east_001_000 3824 0

T: GlobalEast

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The lonely sorrow of the empty halls pulls at Graham's heart, a stark reminder of how this day was meant to end but did not. NARRATOR_1_IoC_fl2west_001_000 9232 0

T: DoorCastleEntrance

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator These heavy doors lead out of the castle. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_100 2527 0

C: Action - Hand

16 T: DoorCassima

0 0 0 1 D: Graham I can't go back in there now. My children need my help. Besides, they're in good hands, and I trust that they will be until I return. GRAHAM_1_IoC_fl2north_001 7411 0

T: Garlands

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator As much as Graham would like them out of his sight, he doesn't have time to remove them. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_010_000 4772 0

T: Vases

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Cassima told Graham she was badly scolded by her mother when she broke one of these vases when she was a girl, playing hide-and-go-seek with Jollo. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_012_000 8000 0

T: PortraitAllaCali

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham does not want to damage the portraits. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_014_000 2526 0

T: DogStatue

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Of course, let's tip the statue over and break it. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_011_000 3738 0

D: Narrator That would make everyone feel better about the current situation. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_011_001 3497 0

T: Columns

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The columns are very smooth to the touch. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_016_000 2536 0

T: Torch

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham can find another source of fire if he needs one. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_014 3340 0

T: DoorThroneRoom

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The place is still messy from the renovations; it's not safe to go in there. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_011_000 4675 0

D: Narrator Especially without a hard hat. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_011_001 2675 0

T: DoorBasement

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham can think of nothing worth investigating in the castle basement. NARRATOR_1_IoC_mainhall_009 4373 0

T: DoorEdgar

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator There's no point in going into that room. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_007 2686 0

T: DoorRosella

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator There's no point in going into that room. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_008 3020 0

T: DoorCaliphim

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham knows that Cassima's parents are not in the castle, and it would be rude to go into their room without their permission. NARRATOR_1_IoC_fl2west_007 6850 0

T: PortraitAlexCass

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham does not want to damage the portraits. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_014_000 2526 0

T: DoorCastleEntrance

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham is not going on his journey dressed like this! NARRATOR_1_fl2east_004 3606 0

T: DoorHallway

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The door is open already. NARRATOR_1_fl2east_101 1848 0

T: Bench

0 0 0 5 D: Narrator Hey, now, stop slacking, you! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_000 2566 0

D: Narrator You have a family to save and a huge evil to fight! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_001 2874 0

D: Narrator And I'm not gonna stand around here and wait until you're done taking a breather! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_002 3526 0

D: Narrator I mean, kings these days... NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_003 2560 0

D: Narrator They don't make them like they used to! NARRATOR_2_IoC_chessgates_024_004 1946 0 1 4 C: Action - Look

28 T: Anchor

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Seeing the anchor and the ship's wheel on display here makes Graham wonder just how much good they were to the last owner! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_011 6131 0

T: Armor

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator There is something vaguely familiar about this armor and weapon. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_014_000 3559 0

D: Narrator Where has Graham seen them before? Hmm... NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_014_001 3403 0

T: AxeInLog

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator That's an unusual sort of display. Which item is on sale, the axe or the log? NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_007_000 5253 0

D: Narrator Or is it a package deal only? NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_007_001 2603 0

T: Barrels

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Don't worry about the barrels; they're just foreground adornments. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_051_000 4660 0

D: Narrator Really, they're only here because they appeared in King's Quest VI! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_051_001 3578 0

T: Bell

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Many shops in the village are equipped with bells like these on their front doors, to alert the owners to the arrival of customers. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_016 7249 0

T: BowlsSoup

0 0 3 25 T: Precon

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Hmmm, aren't these... GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_004 1749 0 GrahamBowlJoke1 T: Postcon

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Uh... no. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_014 1255 0 GrahamBowlJoke11 T: Precon1

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator "Hear ye, hear ye! Now your inner glutton can be satisfied, and you'll never starve again! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_023_000 4390 0 NarratorBowlJoke1 D: Narrator Daventry's own Refilling Bowls, used and approved by King Graham himself whilst he sought the crown of Daventry! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_023_001 7034 0 NarratorBowlJoke1b D: Narrator Warning: The contents of this food product may or may not contain any nutritional value. In fact, the contents of this food product and their origins have not been successfully identified. Do not place in oven or heat in microwave. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_023_002 8981 0 NarratorBowlJoke1c D: Graham Micro... wave? GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_005 1205 0 GrahamBowlJoke2 D: Narrator Oh sorry, I mistook you for Roger Wilco. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_024 2713 0 NarratorBowlJoke2 D: Graham Ah, Roger. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_006 1585 0 GrahamBowlJoke3 D: Narrator Graham still remembers the time Roger crashed into his moat after hitting the "Don't Push" button in the original Space Quest I: The Sarien Encounter. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_025 9125 0 NarratorBowlJoke3 D: Graham Funny guy, a little bit out there.... GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_007_000 1998 0 GrahamBowlJoke4 D: Graham He insisted he came from the future. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_007_001 2116 0 GrahamBowlJokeb D: Narrator It took the Daventry guards days before they could pull that strange device out of the water. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_026 4892 0 NarratorBowlJoke4 D: Graham What did he call it? A space horse? GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_008 2071 0 GrahamBowlJoke5 D: Narrator Ship, Graham. Spaceship. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_027 2289 0 NarratorBowlJoke5 D: Graham He kept saying he wanted to be my first knight? GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_009_000 2550 0 GrahamBowlJoke6 D: Graham I always thought he was good for cleaning the stables. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_009_001 2390 0 GrahamBowlJoke6b D: Graham I wonder where he is now. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_009_002 1634 0 GrahamBowlJoke6c D: Narrator Probably crashed at Schloss Ritter. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_028 2478 0 NarratorBowlJoke6 D: Graham Where in Daventry is that? GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_010 1507 0 GrahamBowlJoke7 D: Narrator You don't play too many adventure games, do you, Graham? NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_029 3309 0 NarratorBowlJoke7 D: Graham Contrary to your beliefs... I do. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_011_000 2857 0 GrahamBowlJoke8 D: Graham Over, and over again. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_011_001 2868 0 GrahamBowlJoke8b D: Narrator Luckily for you there is that "save and load" feature. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_030 3559 0 NarratorBowlJoke8 D: Graham Yes. Especially on those narrow edges in the early days... GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_012 2779 0 GrahamBowlJoke9 D: Narrator Somebody ought to teach those players how to control those arrows. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_031 3434 0 NarratorBowlJoke9 D: Graham It hurt! GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_013_000 841 0 GrahamBowlJoke10 D: Graham A lot! GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_013_001 1085 0 GrahamBowlJoke10b D: Hakim Excuse me, Sire... Are you talking to yourself? PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_001 3326 0 HakimBowlJoke1 T: Candles

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Who sells used candles? NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_052_000 2384 0

D: Narrator Even in a pawnshop? NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_052_001 1741 0

T: CrystalBall

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator It's the cheap kind! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_008_000 1819 0

D: Narrator This one doesn't have the genie inside! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_008_001 2462 0

D: Graham I thought those were called magic lamps? GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_001 1901 0

D: Narrator Clearly you've never seen the expensive kind. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_009 3026 0

T: Counter

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The counter keeps a safe distance between visitors and the owner. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_050_000 3653 0

D: Narrator You never know what might happen when a deal goes bad! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_050_001 3403 0

T: DrumSet

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator What a fun little drum! NARRATOR_3_IoC_Pawnshop_002_000 1835 0

D: Narrator Unfortunately, it looks broken. NARRATOR_3_IoC_Pawnshop_002_001 2311 0

T: Jackalope

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham recalls Valanice telling him of meeting such a creature in the desert of Eldritch. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_013_000 5174 0

D: Narrator Looks like someone who came through the Green Isles had a higher appreciation for the creature's antics than she did. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_013_001 6444 0

T: Masks

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator A basket with a plethora of masquerade masks bears a sign: NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_016_000 4578 0

D: Narrator "Be her masked suitor and win the fair maiden's hand! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_016_001 4469 0

D: Narrator Also good for haunting opera houses! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_016_002 2384 0

D: Narrator Two-for-one sale!" NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_016_003 1866 0

T: Mints

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Mint candies for customers. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_019 2132 0

T: PaintingAntique

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Oh, look! It's a painting of... Her Magnificent... uh, Countess... of Pawnshopnia... of Seco... NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_054_000 15381 0

D: Narrator Ok, alright, ok. I'm just making stuff up here, I'm-- NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_054_001 4130 0

D: Narrator I lost the script to this narration, ok? NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_054_002 2264 0

T: ShelvesBack

0 0 5 0 T: 1

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator "No-slip shoes. Stop falling off those narrow stairs!" NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_002 4296 0

T: 2

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator "Spider spray: kills those dangerous giant spiders in one spray!" NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_003 5268 0

T: 3

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator "Sun crystals. Sunlight already included!" NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_004 3199 0

T: 4

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator "Underwater breathing potion: what you use when there are no mermaids around." NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_005 4720 0

T: 5

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator "Hag-be-gone: gets rid of those hideous, wicked cannibal witches." NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_006 4434 0

T: Shield

0 0 0 6 D: Narrator Is that... is that the Mask of Eternity? NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_042_000 3779 0

D: Narrator Here? NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_042_001 1035 0

D: Narrator But that's impossible. It's sitting in Daventry Castle! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_042_002 3653 0

D: Narrator How did it end up in... NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_042_003 1568 0

D: Narrator Oh. Ohh. Another clever replica! Pfft. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_042_004 5033 0

D: Narrator Oh, for a minute there, I--I was really worried! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_042_005 3309 0

T: Sitar

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator This odd stringed instrument vaguely resembles a lute, but Graham has no idea how to play it. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_015 6178 0

T: SpinningWheel

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham can't help wondering if this well-made spinning wheel is of the mundane variety, or one of those tricky magic spinning wheels that put you to sleep for a hundred years that he's heard about. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_101 10949 0

T: Sword

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator There is something vaguely familiar about this armor and weapon. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_014_000 3559 0

D: Narrator Where has Graham seen them before? Hmm... NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_014_001 3403 0

T: Turkey

0 0 0 6 D: Narrator Graham really hopes that this is an overgrown rubber ducky and not someone's dinner that has been sitting there for who knows how many years! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_047_000 7432 0

D: Narrator What are the artists thinking? NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_047_001 2070 0

D: Narrator You know, the game designers had to write a description for this GREEN turkey that just showed up here. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_047_002 6787 0

D: Narrator No one asked if we needed a green turkey! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_047_003 2666 0

D: Narrator If you only knew all the trouble the artists make designers go through... (sighs) NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_047_004 5378 0

D: Narrator It's a good thing I'm just the narrator! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_047_005 2650 0

T: Global

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator Very few times in his life has Graham seen such an incredible collection of odds and ends in the same place! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_001_000 6475 0

D: Narrator Much of it seems like useless junk, he has to admit, but a lot of items in here catch Graham's discerning eye. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_001_001 6786 0

D: Narrator When you've been adventuring as much as he has, you learn the value of seemingly useless everyday items. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_001_002 6911 0

D: Narrator This store could be a boon to Graham in his search. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_001_003 3305 0

T: Hakim

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator This pleasant, polite, and portly fellow is Hakim, owner of the pawnshop. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_100_000 4419 0

D: Narrator Knowledgeable of the isles and a fair-minded businessman, Graham has heard nothing but good things about this man from his son, and understands Hakim's advice and information was instrumental during Alexander's first journey to the Green Isles. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_100_001 13402 0

D: Narrator Hakim's store holds countless oddities along with numerous normal everyday items, but they all have their uses, as Alexander learned when he relied heavily on those items to aid him in bringing down Vizier Alhazred and reuniting the Isles. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_100_002 14399 0

T: WoodSeq

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator This one doesn't have any "incredible" tag attached to it. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_020 3716 0

T: Wands

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator "The actual wands used by King Graham when defeating the evil wizard Mordack!" NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_017 5692 0

D: Graham Real "wands"? I only remember it was one! GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_002 2650 0

D: Narrator Ah, marketing ploys. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_018 2164 0

T: HangingHorn

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator It's a drinking horn. NARRATOR_3_IoC_Pawnshop_001 3497 0

T: DoorEntrance

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator That's the door back to the village. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_049 1929 0

T: Sign

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The sign reads "Will Trade for Crystal Tear." NARRATOR_3_IoC_pawnshop_081 3936 0

T: WebBgone

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Web-be-gone, the latest technology in getting rid of those pesky spider webs in the corners of your house! NARRATOR_3_IoC_pawnshop_082 5933 0

C: Action - Hand

25 T: WoodSeq

0 0 2 0 T: Before Chessboard

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham doesn't need a piece of wood, but he'll remember its location. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_021 4070 0

T: After Chessboard

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Better to ask the owner first. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_022 2054 0

T: Mints

0 0 0 1 D: Graham I think I'll pass. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_003 1665 0

T: ShelvesBack

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The various items back there are intriguing, but most of them are things Graham would have only been interested in as a younger man. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_032_000 8608 0

D: Narrator At this point, however, he's... he's past that stage. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_032_001 3951 0

T: AxeInLog

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham doesn't need an axe, and he definitely doesn't need a log! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_033 4923 0

T: CrystalBall

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham's wary of trying to look into the future with this. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_034_000 3591 0

D: Narrator He'd rather find out the old-fashioned way. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_034_001 2744 0

T: SpinningWheel

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Just in case this is the type of spinning wheel that knocks you out for a hundred years, Graham had better keep his fingers far away. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_102 7847 0

T: Anchor

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator All aboard the HMS Graham! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_036_000 2305 0

D: Narrator Arrr! There's a wind in his sails and the sea breeze is blowing starboard, ahoy! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_036_001 5723 0

D: Narrator Perhaps there'll be pirates, avast! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_036_002 2478 0

D: Narrator Harken, mateys, let's take to the seas, yarr! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_036_003 4234 0

T: OtherItems

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Even though that adventure gaming tip of "pick up anything that isn't tied down" always applies, Graham's pockets are only so big! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_012_000 9925 0

D: Narrator Besides, these items are for sale, not for the taking. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_012_001 4403 0

T: Jackalope

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator It's so lifelike and the fur looks so soft, the eyes so big and the feet so... big. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_037_000 7871 0

D: Narrator And the antlers are so... pointy... NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_037_001 3324 0

D: Narrator Um... well, just in case that thing turns to life and wakes up from some enchanted sleep when touched, Graham decides to keep his hands to himself. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_037_002 10599 0

T: Armor

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham's not sure whose armor it is, but he's absolutely sure it's not his. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_038 5221 0

T: Sword

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham's not sure whose armor it is, but he's absolutely sure it's not his. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_038 5221 0

T: Sitar

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator You have no idea how to play that instrument, Graham. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_039_000 3293 0

D: Narrator You'll just embarrass yourself! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_039_001 1709 0

D: Narrator The wandering minstrel life simply isn't for you. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_039_002 3889 0

D: Narrator Stick to being a king, it's what you're good at! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_039_003 2917 0

T: Masks

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator As fun as a masquerade ball can be, Graham isn't attending one any time soon, nor does he have any reason to hide his identity just now. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_040 8733 0

T: Wands

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator That harrowing fight with Mordack was all the magic wand battling Graham needed. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_041_000 4500 0

D: Narrator Besides, these are just cheap knock-offs, not the real thing! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_041_001 4124 0

T: Shield

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator One Mask of Eternity is trouble enough! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_043_000 2823 0

D: Narrator This one can go to some enthusiast collector, with Graham's blessing and mine! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_043_001 5049 0

T: BowlsSoup

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Oh, please, let's not talk about Roger for another five minutes. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_044_000 5347 0

D: Narrator There's a game to be played! I mean, there are people to be saved! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_044_001 3936 0

D: Narrator You needed to have clicked the Eye on Bowl first for this message to make any sense, and if you didn't, stop using the icons out of order! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_044_002 8514 0

T: DrumSet

0 0 0 5 D: Narrator Message straight from the designers: NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_046_000 1960 0

D: Narrator "We could have let you pick this instrument. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_046_001 3042 0

D: Narrator We know you may need it... NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_046_002 2023 0

D: Narrator But we're just going to make you suffer, and have you go through a series of far more difficult tasks in order to get it, with impossible puzzles that no one else but the sadistic designers would have ever thought up!" NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_046_003 12410 0

D: Narrator Ah, don't you love how logic works in adventure games? NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_046_004 3748 0

T: HangingHorn

0 0 0 5 D: Narrator Message straight from the designers: NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_046_000 1960 0

D: Narrator "We could have let you pick this instrument. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_046_001 3042 0

D: Narrator We know you may need it... NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_046_002 2023 0

D: Narrator But we're just going to make you suffer, and have you go through a series of far more difficult tasks in order to get it, with impossible puzzles that no one else but the sadistic designers would have ever thought up!" NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_046_003 12410 0

D: Narrator Ah, don't you love how logic works in adventure games? NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_046_004 3748 0

T: Turkey

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Keep your hands WAY off that! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_048_000 2854 0

D: Narrator Let the artists eat it! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_048_001 1615 0

T: Candles

0 0 0 8 D: Narrator Graham could use those candles... if only he didn't think red was the color of bad luck. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_053_000 6943 0

D: Designers (indistinct grunt) Designers_IoC_Pawnshoppe_000 2950 0

D: Narrator Wha? NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_053_001 722 0

D: Designers (indistinct voice very reminiscent of a certain old cartoon) Designers_IoC_Pawnshoppe_001 3501 0

D: Narrator Oh, oh his shirt. Red. Right... Umm.. tsk... NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_053_002 3842 0

D: Narrator We just don't want you to take those candles! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_053_003 3089 0

D: Narrator Got a problem with that?! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_053_004 1161 0

D: Narrator Call 1-800-TSL and complain to a manager! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_053_005 3669 0

T: PaintingAntique

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Hey, stop messin' with the Countess! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_055_000 2917 0

D: Narrator Yes, you heard me! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_055_001 1521 0

T: Counter

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Even Graham's prodigious pockets can't hold that! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_056 3544 0

T: Barrels

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Even Graham's prodigious pockets can't hold that! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_056 3544 0

T: AxeInLogBefore

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Get your hands off that, Graham. NARRATOR_General_003 3265 0

T: WebBGoneOnCounter

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator You can't just take it. You need to exchange it for something. NARRATOR_3_IoC_pawnshop_083_000 1790 0

D: Narrator This is a pawnshop, after all. NARRATOR_3_IoC_pawnshop_083_001 4244 0

C: Hakim

3 T: First Time Greetings

0 0 0 3 D: Graham Greetings, good merchant. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_015 1042 0 GrahamLine1 D: Hakim Ah, none other than King Graham himself, honoring this humble man by visiting his store. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_002_000 5901 0 HakimLine1 D: Hakim How could I be of service to you at these tragic times, Your Majesty? PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_002_001 4690 0 HakimLine1b T: Second Time Greetings

0 0 0 2 D: Graham Greetings, good merchant. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_016 745 0 GrahamLine2 D: Hakim King Graham, nice to see you around. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_003 2809 0 HakimLine2 T: Topics

0 0 3 0 T: The Green Isles

0 0 5 20 T: Isle of Wonders stopthemusic 0 0 0 35 D: Graham What do you have to say about the Isle of Wonders? GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_033 2290 0 GrahamLine19 D: Hakim If there is a place that this shop belongs to, it is there. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_019_000 3395 0 HakimLine17 D: Hakim Then again, I have never been able to keep an item coming from that island, as they always have a mind of their own. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_019_001 7047 0 HakimLine17b D: Graham My son has told me he never ceases to be amazed when traveling on that isle. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_034 3262 0 GrahamLine20 D: Hakim Indeed. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_020_000 1032 0 HakimLine18 D: Hakim You shall see it with your own eyes and will not believe it... PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_020_001 3321 0 HakimLine18b D: Hakim That is, if your journey takes you there. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_020_002 2029 0 HakimLine18c D: Graham I still can't believe how it's ruled by chess pieces. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_035 2253 0 GrahamLine21 D: Hakim Yes, but you don't dare call the queens that. They have a short temper. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_021_000 4744 0 HakimLine19 D: Hakim Also, I wouldn't recommend trying to bring them a present. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_021_001 4063 0 HakimLine19b D: Hakim Not even if you have two identical pieces. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_021_002 2880 0 HakimLine19c D: Hakim They will find a difference, and fight as they always do. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_021_003 3735 0 HakimLine19d D: Hakim You want to keep away from that. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_021_004 1968 0 HakimLine19e D: Graham I'm glad my queen doesn't pay attention to that kind of materialistic trivialities. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_036 3176 0 GrahamLine22 D: Hakim Why don't you tell me how you two met? PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_022_000 2776 0 HakimLine20 D: Hakim Love stories are one of my favorite kinds. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_022_001 3123 0 HakimLine20b D: Graham I had been King of Daventry for a few years, but I was lonely. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_037_000 3036 0 GrahamLine23 D: Graham My advisors would have these festivals where princesses from everywhere would come to meet me, hoping I would be interested in one of them. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_037_001 6795 0 GrahamLine23b D: Graham I never was, however, even though they generally seemed very nice... GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_037_002 3715 0 GrahamLine23c D: Hakim Ah, the picky kind, aren't we? PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_023 2382 0 HakimLine21 D: Graham One lonely night, the mirror showed me an image of this beautiful woman. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_038 3101 0 GrahamLine24 D: Hakim Ah, the same way King Alexander found Cassima! PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_024 4473 0 HakimLine22 D: Graham Yes, but what intrigued me most was what I saw within her eyes... GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_039_000 3633 0 GrahamLine25 D: Graham I knew I had to search for her. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_039_001 1713 0 GrahamLine25b D: Graham I traveled through the lands of Kolyma, and into this strange magical world beyond it, until I found that tower, where my Valanice was imprisoned. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_039_002 7599 0 GrahamLine25c D: Hakim Who imprisoned her? PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_025 1405 0 HakimLine23 D: Graham A wicked witch, by the name of Hagatha. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_040_000 1884 0 GrahamLine26 D: Graham They say she was jealous of Valanice's beauty. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_040_001 2843 0 GrahamLine26b D: Graham It was all too strange to me, as when I finally found Valanice, she never recalled having met her. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_040_002 5518 0 GrahamLine26c D: Graham In fact, she cannot recall much of her life before coming to that tower. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_040_003 3755 0 GrahamLine26d D: Hakim What happened to her? PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_026_000 1051 0 HakimLine24 D: Hakim The witch, I mean. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_026_001 1514 0 HakimLine24b D: Graham I don't know... We never heard from her again. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_041 2418 0 GrahamLine27 D: Hakim Ahh, but you found the love of your life. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_027 2922 0 HakimLine25 D: Graham Yes, and I'm very happy for it. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_042 1864 0 GrahamLine27b T: Isle of the Beast stopthemusic 0 0 0 43 D: Graham Why do you call it the Isle of the Beast? GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_043 2131 0 GrahamLine28 D: Hakim Hasn't Alexander ever told you? PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_028_000 1799 0 HakimLine26 D: Hakim The Prince that lives there now used to be a vicious beast. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_028_001 3807 0 HakimLine26b D: Graham Is he dangerous? GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_044 828 0 GrahamLine29 D: Hakim Not anymore. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_029_000 981 0 HakimLine27 D: Hakim As a matter of fact, he never was. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_029_001 2587 0 HakimLine27b D: Hakim But you know how people can react to appearances. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_029_002 3579 0 HakimLine27c D: Hakim Some of the folks in this town believe I'm not someone to trust because of the wares I sell. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_029_003 6372 0 HakimLine27d D: Hakim Some believe they are too strange, if you know what I mean. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_029_004 4231 0 HakimLine27e D: Graham That's absurd. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_045 832 0 GrahamLine30 D: Hakim But that's how this world works. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_030_000 2034 0 HakimLine28 D: Hakim People often judge by what they see on the surface, and fear that which they do not understand. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_030_001 6619 0 HakimLine28b D: Graham How was the Beast changed into a Prince? GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_046 2087 0 GrahamLine31 D: Hakim He was actually under a spell, and was finally returned to his original form by the power of true love. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_031 8106 0 HakimLine29 D: Graham Ah, I remember now. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_047_000 1299 0 GrahamLine32 D: Graham Alexander did tell me this story. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_047_001 1568 0 GrahamLine32b D: Graham I apologize, my memory is not quite what it used to be. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_047_002 3108 0 GrahamLine32c D: Hakim No need to. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_032_000 847 0 HakimLine30 D: Hakim You know the rest of the story then. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_032_001 2254 0 HakimLine30b D: Hakim The Prince is now a great merchant and I'm happy to do business with him. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_032_002 4776 0 HakimLine30c D: Graham Trade. What a wonder of the new world! GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_048_000 1958 0 GrahamLine33 D: Graham Which reminds me, I now owe you a story. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_048_001 2301 0 GrahamLine33b D: Hakim Aren't we all great merchants? PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_033 1893 0 HakimLine31 D: Graham This is not the first time my family has been in danger. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_049 2172 0 GrahamLine34 D: Hakim A story of rescuing! PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_034_000 1517 0 HakimLine32 D: Hakim Do tell. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_034_001 1414 0 HakimLine32b D: Graham A couple of years ago, just not long after Alexander had returned home... GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_050_000 3699 0 GrahamLine35 D: Graham ...an evil wizard by the name of Mordack captured not only my family, but my whole castle! GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_050_001 4959 0 GrahamLine35b D: Hakim My goodness! PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_035_000 1127 0 HakimLine33 D: Hakim He must've been quite powerful to take an entire castle! PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_035_001 3728 0 HakimLine33b D: Graham Imagine my shock when, coming home one day from my daily walk through the forests of Daventry, my castle was nowhere to be found. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_051 6615 0 GrahamLine36 D: Hakim How did you find this evil wizard? PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_036_000 2256 0 HakimLine34 D: Hakim And your family and home? PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_036_001 1897 0 HakimLine34b D: Graham I was lucky enough to make some friends who knew where he was. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_052_000 2695 0 GrahamLine37 D: Graham This chap, uh, Cedric by name, a talking owl, took me to the land of Serenia, where I later confronted the blackguard in a magic duel. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_052_001 7609 0 GrahamLine37b D: Hakim Ah... that's where the wands come from. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_037_000 2825 0 HakimLine35 D: Hakim Wasn't he the same one that captured Cassima? PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_037_001 3587 0 HakimLine35b D: Graham Yes, Mordack. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_053_000 928 0 GrahamLine38 D: Graham He's gone from the face of the world now. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_053_001 1930 0 GrahamLine38b D: Graham Vanished in a cloud of smoke. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_053_002 1844 0 GrahamLine38c D: Hakim I don't mean to be a spreader of bad omens, but I've heard of worse stories where the villains never die, even when one's sure they did. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_038 8788 0 HakimLine36 D: Graham He's gone, believe you me. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_054 1369 0 GrahamLine39 D: Hakim Hard not to. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_039 1283 0 HakimLine37 T: Isle of the Crown stopthemusic 0 0 0 24 D: Graham What can you tell me about this island? GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_055 1603 0 GrahamLine40 D: Hakim There's not much to say about the good ol' Isle of the Crown that you may have not seen already. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_040_000 5793 0 HakimLine38 D: Hakim People here live a happy life, and the king and queen of the Isle are the real rulers of all the islands, even though some Green Islanders, especially the Winged Ones, tend to disagree. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_040_001 11357 0 HakimLine38b D: Graham Rivalry of power. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_056_000 1060 0 GrahamLine41 D: Graham I've always considered it absurd. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_056_001 1862 0 GrahamLine41b D: Graham Real power lies in union. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_056_002 2018 0 GrahamLine41c D: Hakim Like I said, there's nothing much I can say that you may not already know. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_041_000 4439 0 HakimLine39 D: Hakim But a deal is a deal, so let's hear your story. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_041_001 3209 0 HakimLine39b D: Graham Not all the great stories about my kingdom involve me. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_057_000 2443 0 GrahamLine42 D: Graham The most recent I recall had me trapped. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_057_001 2838 0 GrahamLine42b D: Hakim Are you talking about the incident with the Mask of Eternity? PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_042_000 3154 0 HakimLine40 D: Hakim I know your son was deeply disturbed during the events, but I never got to know exactly what happened. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_042_001 6830 0 HakimLine40b D: Graham A corrupted man, Lucreto, sought to stop the flow of the world we know, who knows with what intentions. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_058_000 5343 0 GrahamLine43 D: Graham By destroying a sacred artifact known as the Mask of Eternity, he turned everything near it into stone. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_058_001 5886 0 GrahamLine43b D: Graham The magic was so strong, that had this villager of Daventry not stopped it, it would have spread even further. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_058_002 5472 0 GrahamLine43c D: Hakim Did you know this man? PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_043 1603 0 HakimLine41 D: Graham Not before the incident. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_059_000 1128 0 GrahamLine44 D: Graham Quiet young man, but very brave. Connor, by name. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_059_001 2957 0 GrahamLine44b D: Graham He defended his country with honor, defeated Lucreto and restored the Mask. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_059_002 4288 0 GrahamLine44c D: Graham He earned well his new title of Captain of the Royal Guard. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_059_003 2944 0 GrahamLine44d D: Hakim Did he not come to the wedding? PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_044 2019 0 HakimLine42 D: Graham He stayed back at home to defend the Castle. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_060 2192 0 GrahamLine45 D: Hakim You must trust him deeply. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_045 1878 0 HakimLine43 D: Graham I do, good man, I do. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_061 1580 0 GrahamLine46 T: Isle of Mist

0 0 1 32 T: Strange Man Stranger 0 0 0 11 D: Graham Did this man mention why he wanted the artifact? GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_070 2519 0 GrahamLine55 D: Hakim No. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_054_000 779 0 HakimLine52 D: Hakim He was very rude, and he demanded information. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_054_001 3497 0 HakimLine52b D: Hakim He never said what for. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_054_002 1977 0 HakimLine52c D: Graham Have you seen him again? GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_071 1027 0 GrahamLine56 D: Hakim As a matter of fact, I turned away, and when I turned back... he was gone. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_055 5312 0 HakimLine53 D: Graham Perhaps it was the same man! GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_072 1561 0 GrahamLine57 D: Hakim I'm almost sure of it now. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_056_000 1993 0 HakimLine54 D: Hakim I wish I knew more to help you, Your Majesty. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_056_001 2682 0 HakimLine54b D: Graham I think you've helped enough. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_073_000 1241 0 GrahamLine58 D: Graham Pandora's Box? Hmm... GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_073_001 3780 0 GrahamLine58b D: Graham Can you tell me of the Isle of Mist? GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_062_000 1747 0 GrahamLine47 D: Graham I only just saw it yesterday myself. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_062_001 1772 0 GrahamLine47b D: Graham I can see why everyone knows so little about it. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_062_002 2692 0 GrahamLine47c D: Graham The druids are not very friendly to strangers. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_062_003 2819 0 GrahamLine47d D: Hakim They believe we will destroy their forest. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_046_000 2752 0 HakimLine44 D: Hakim I do not blame them. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_046_001 1393 0 HakimLine44b D: Hakim That is, in part, what we've done with the rest of the Isles. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_046_002 3779 0 HakimLine44c D: Graham I'm a believer of the concept of nature and civilization being able to co-exist, myself. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_063 4576 0 GrahamLine48 D: Hakim Try telling them that. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_047_000 1429 0 HakimLine45 D: Hakim Anyway, no, I unfortunately don't know much about their Isle. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_047_001 3846 0 HakimLine45b D: Hakim I've heard stories of a fantastic natural temple in the heart of the Isle... PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_047_002 4649 0 HakimLine45c D: Hakim ...but at this point, you probably know more about that mysterious place than I do. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_047_003 5302 0 HakimLine45d D: Graham Rosella would love to explore that island. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_064_000 1929 0 GrahamLine49 D: Graham She's a very brave girl, did you know? GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_064_001 1592 0 GrahamLine49b D: Hakim I haven't had the honor to meet the princess yet, but I don't doubt your words. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_048 3801 0 HakimLine46 D: Graham Years ago, and mere minutes after Alexander returned home, I fell ill, and my heart nearly gave out entirely. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_065_000 5763 0 GrahamLine50 D: Graham It was Rosella who endeavored to travel into the fairy lands of Tamir, to find a magical fruit that restored my health. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_065_001 6392 0 GrahamLine50b D: Hakim Did she tell you much about Tamir? PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_049_000 1911 0 HakimLine47 D: Hakim I've always wanted to visit. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_049_001 2074 0 HakimLine47b D: Graham Maybe you can ask her personally when she recovers. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_066_000 2051 0 GrahamLine51 D: Graham What I do know is that she battled this evil witch called Lolotte. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_066_001 3928 0 GrahamLine51b D: Graham It was there where she met her true love, Edgar, who was kept under a spell by a witch that turned him into a scared ghoul. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_066_002 6324 0 GrahamLine51c D: Hakim Did she come across many interesting items during her journey? PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_050 3755 0 HakimLine48 D: Graham As I said, I don't know details, but I do know she found some strange artifact she called the Pandora's Box. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_067 6370 0 GrahamLine52 D: Hakim The Pandora's Box? PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_051_000 1544 0 HakimLine49 D: Hakim That's strange. Very strange indeed... PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_051_001 3494 0 HakimLine49b D: Graham What is? GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_068 461 0 GrahamLine53 D: Hakim Not long ago, a man, dressed in a cloak... PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_052_000 3850 0 HakimLine50 D: Hakim ...and now that I think about it... it was very similar to that of the stranger at the wedding... PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_052_001 5685 0 HakimLine50b D: Hakim ...he came asking me about such an artifact. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_052_002 3517 0 HakimLine50c D: Graham Are you certain? GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_069 794 0 GrahamLine54 D: Hakim I'm very sure of it. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_053 1832 0 HakimLine51 T: Isle of the Sacred Mountain stopthemusic 0 0 0 38 D: Graham Let's see... GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_022_000 1037 0 GrahamLine8 D: Graham What do you know about the Isle of the Sacred Mountain? GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_022_001 2828 0 GrahamLine8b D: Hakim A land of legends, of great things and great adventures. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_009_000 4129 0 HakimLine8 D: Hakim The Winged Ones believe themselves to be supreme creatures. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_009_001 4186 0 HakimLine8b D: Hakim I can't blame them. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_009_002 1544 0 HakimLine8c D: Hakim I've heard their stories. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_009_003 1721 0 HakimLine8d D: Hakim This idea of supremacy has been carried through generations. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_009_004 5182 0 HakimLine8e D: Graham Have you known them personally? GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_023 1040 0 GrahamLine9 D: Hakim They are not as unreachable as they used to be, though some may disagree. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_010 4610 0 HakimLine9 D: Graham What do you mean by this? GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_024 789 0 GrahamLine10 D: Hakim It is true they opened their doors by removing the Cliffs of Logic. However... PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_011_000 4675 0 HakimLine10 D: Hakim Their land lies among places only reachable by the power of flight. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_011_001 4759 0 HakimLine10b D: Hakim How in the world could a human reach these lands? PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_011_002 3563 0 HakimLine10c D: Graham Good point. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_025 651 0 GrahamLine11 D: Hakim I could bet all the money I don't have that they are perfectly aware of this, and knowing how they can be, I wouldn't wonder that they find amusement in this fact. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_012 10759 0 HakimLine11 D: Graham Shouldn't we give them the benefit of the doubt? GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_026 1549 0 GrahamLine12 D: Hakim When we are speaking about the Winged People, there's no place for doubt. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_013 4458 0 HakimLine11b D: Graham Doubt... heh, that reminds me of how I became a king. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_027_000 2926 0 GrahamLine13 D: Graham I was such a young and inexperienced chap then. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_027_001 3052 0 GrahamLine13b D: Hakim I'm all ears. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_014 1649 0 HakimLine12 D: Graham One fine day, I was called by our former king, my dear Edward, may his soul rest in peace. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_028 6038 0 GrahamLine14 D: Hakim So... you are not of royal origins? PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_015 3420 0 HakimLine13 D: Graham No, but Edward didn't have any children, so I was tested. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_029_000 2904 0 GrahamLine15 D: Graham He told me it was for the good of his people and his kingdom, but he knew, better than I at the moment, that it was a trial. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_029_001 6125 0 GrahamLine15b D: Graham So I did as he told me, and retrieved three magic treasures, that we still have in possession. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_029_002 5157 0 GrahamLine15c D: Hakim What are these goodies? PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_016 2412 0 HakimLine14 D: Graham Treasures... GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_030_000 817 0 GrahamLine16 D: Graham The magic shield, with the power to ensure victory to whomever wields it... GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_030_001 3833 0 GrahamLine16b D: Graham ...the magic chest, of infinite, never-ending gold... GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_030_002 2802 0 GrahamLine16c D: Graham ...and the magic mirror, with the power of seeing into those places we cannot see. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_030_003 4065 0 GrahamLine16d D: Hakim Ah... they sound like a precious collection of items. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_017 5374 0 HakimLine15 D: Graham They're much more than that. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_031_000 1018 0 GrahamLine17 D: Graham King Edward made mistakes during his life and lost them. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_031_001 2335 0 GrahamLine17b D: Graham The Kingdom prospered again only when they were returned. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_031_002 2362 0 GrahamLine17c D: Hakim I'm sure you're not a man that believes in good luck. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_018_000 3429 0 HakimLine16 D: Hakim Three treasures can't make a kingdom prosper on their own. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_018_001 4296 0 HakimLine16b D: Graham And nor can one man on his own. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_032_000 1391 0 GrahamLine18 D: Graham Luckily, I've had the help of individuals who strongly believe in our kingdom. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_032_001 3890 0 GrahamLine18b D: Graham My son told me stories of how you helped him greatly during his quest. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_017_000 2776 0 GrahamLine3 D: Graham You're a well-traveled man, aren't you? GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_017_001 2111 0 GrahamLine3b D: Hakim Like father, like son. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_004_000 1788 0 HakimLine3 D: Hakim They say the riches of knowledge always surpass generations. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_004_001 3740 0 HakimLine3b D: Hakim Funny how the story of a Daventrian seeking this humble knowledge repeats itself as well. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_004_002 6197 0 HakimLine3c D: Graham Contrary to my heart's desires. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_018_000 1698 0 GrahamLine4 D: Graham I'm lucky that the Green Islanders are fair people willing to lend a hand. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_018_001 3823 0 GrahamLine4b D: Hakim The people here in the Isle of the Crown are fairly normal. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_005_000 3545 0 HakimLine4 D: Hakim Ordinary people, but with good hearts. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_005_001 2977 0 HakimLine4b D: Graham I've always had a taste for the simple life. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_019 1771 0 GrahamLine5 D: Hakim Yet you've traveled through many lands. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_006_000 2210 0 HakimLine5 D: Hakim Care to enlighten me with some tales of your journeys? PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_006_001 3835 0 HakimLine5b D: Graham I'd be glad to... but my children need me. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_020 1849 0 GrahamLine6 D: Hakim I'm sure you can spare a couple of minutes. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_007_000 2439 0 HakimLine6 D: Hakim Let's make a deal. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_007_001 1505 0 HakimLine6b D: Hakim For every land I tell you about, you tell me the story of one of your adventures. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_007_002 5683 0 HakimLine6c D: Hakim Sounds fair? PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_007_003 1364 0 HakimLine6d D: Graham Very fair. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_021 609 0 GrahamLine7 D: Hakim Ask away! PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_008_000 905 0 HakimLine7 D: Hakim There's the: Isle of the Sacred Mountain, The Isle of Wonder, The Isle of the Beast, The Isle of the Crown of course, and finally, the Isle of Mist. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_008_001 11276 0 HakimLine7b T: Piece of Wood Piece of Wood 0 1 0 7 D: Graham How much would you charge me for that wood piece? GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_074 2379 0 GrahamLine59 D: Hakim That's actually something I want to get rid of. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_057_000 2353 0 HakimLine55 D: Hakim A carpenter left it in my possession a few years ago, intending to return for it. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_057_001 5158 0 HakimLine55b D: Hakim However, he died before he could reclaim the wood, and his family has no desire for it. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_057_002 5623 0 HakimLine55c D: Hakim I have no desire for it either. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_057_003 2210 0 HakimLine55d D: Hakim You may take it. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_057_004 1144 0 HakimLine55e D: Graham Yes! That will help me out immensely. Thank you, good merchant. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_075 2841 0 GrahamLine60 T: Goodbye stopthemusic 0 0 0 2 D: Graham It has been a nice chat, but I had better return to my children. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_076 2959 0 GrahamLine61 D: Hakim Feel free to stop by and trade stories anytime. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_058 3389 0 HakimLine56 C: Action - Use

6 T: Exchange

0 0 0 2 D: Graham Will you take this in exchange for this bottle? GRAHAM_3_IoC_pawnshop_001 2533 0 GrahamHakimLine100 D: Hakim Yes, Indeed. PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_060 1786 0 HakimLine100 T: Exchange 2

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Thank you. GRAHAM_2_IoC_castlegates_003 541 0 GrahamHakimLine101 T: Wrong Item

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator He would not be interested in that item. NARRATOR_3_IoC_pawnshop_100 2521 0

T: Pouch

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The pawnshop owner prefers to deal in trades over money, and gold coins are worth more than most of these items anyway. NARRATOR_3_IoC_Pawnshop_003 8206 0

T: ButterflyTrapped

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator You can do that once it belongs to you. NARRATOR_3_IoC_pawnshop_084 2896 0

T: Exchange before talk

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham should speak to the man first. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_035 2272 0


1 2 C: Action - Look

26 T: Anchor

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Seeing the anchor and the ship's wheel on display here makes Graham wonder just how much good they were to the last owner! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_011 6131 0

T: Armor

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator There is something vaguely familiar about this armor and weapon. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_014_000 3559 0

T: AxeInLog

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator That's an unusual sort of display. Which item is on sale, the axe or the log? NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_007_000 5253 0

D: Narrator Or is it a package deal only? NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_007_000 0 0

T: Barrels

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Don't worry about the barrels; they're just foreground adornments. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_051_000 4660 0

D: Narrator Really, they're only here because they appeared in King's Quest VI! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_051_001 3578 0

T: Bell

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Many shops in the village are equipped with bells like these on their front doors, to alert the owners to the arrival of customers. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_016 7249 0

T: BowlsSoup

0 0 3 25 T: Precon

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Hmmm, aren't these... GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_004 1749 0 GrahamBowlJoke1 T: Postcon

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Uh... no. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_014 1255 0 GrahamBowlJoke11 T: Precon1

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator "Hear ye, hear ye! Now your inner glutton can be satisfied, and you'll never starve again! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_023_000 4390 0 NarratorBowlJoke1 D: Narrator Daventry's own Refilling Bowls, used and approved by King Graham himself whilst he sought the crown of Daventry! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_023_001 7034 0 NarratorBowlJoke1b D: Narrator Warning: The contents of this food product may or may not contain any nutritional value. In fact, the contents of this food product and their origins have not been successfully identified. Do not place in oven or heat in microwave. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_023_002 8981 0 NarratorBowlJoke1c D: Graham Micro... wave? GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_005 1205 0 GrahamBowlJoke2 D: Narrator Oh sorry, I mistook you for Roger Wilco. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_024 2713 0 NarratorBowlJoke2 D: Graham Ah, Roger. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_006 1585 0 GrahamBowlJoke3 D: Narrator Graham still remembers the time Roger crashed into his moat after hitting the "Don't Push" button in the original Space Quest I: The Sarien Encounter. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_025 9125 0 NarratorBowlJoke3 D: Graham Funny guy, a little bit out there.... GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_007_000 1998 0 GrahamBowlJoke4 D: Graham He insisted he came from the future. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_007_001 2116 0 GrahamBowlJokeb D: Narrator It took the Daventry guards days before they could pull that strange device out of the water. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_026 4892 0 NarratorBowlJoke4 D: Graham What did he call it? A space horse? GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_008 2071 0 GrahamBowlJoke5 D: Narrator Ship, Graham. Spaceship. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_027 2289 0 NarratorBowlJoke5 D: Graham He kept saying he wanted to be my first knight? GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_009_000 2550 0 GrahamBowlJoke6 D: Graham I always thought he was good for cleaning the stables. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_009_001 2390 0 GrahamBowlJoke6b D: Graham I wonder where he is now. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_009_002 1634 0 GrahamBowlJoke6c D: Narrator Probably crashed at Schloss Ritter. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_028 2478 0 NarratorBowlJoke6 D: Graham Where in Daventry is that? GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_010 1507 0 GrahamBowlJoke7 D: Narrator You don't play too many adventure games, do you, Graham? NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_029 3309 0 NarratorBowlJoke7 D: Graham Contrary to your beliefs... I do. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_011_000 2857 0 GrahamBowlJoke8 D: Graham Over, and over again. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_011_001 2868 0 GrahamBowlJoke8b D: Narrator Luckily for you there is that "save and load" feature. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_030 3559 0 NarratorBowlJoke8 D: Graham Yes. Especially on those narrow edges in the early days... GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_012 2779 0 GrahamBowlJoke9 D: Narrator Somebody ought to teach those players how to control those arrows. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_031 3434 0 NarratorBowlJoke9 D: Graham It hurt! GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_013_000 841 0 GrahamBowlJoke10 D: Graham A lot! GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_013_001 1085 0 GrahamBowlJoke10b D: Hakim Excuse me, Sire... Are you talking to yourself? PO_2_IoC_pawnshop_001 3326 0 HakimBowlJoke1 T: Candles

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Who sells used candles? NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_052_000 2384 0

T: CrystalBall

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator It's the cheap kind! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_008_000 1819 0

D: Narrator This one doesn't have the genie inside! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_008_001 2462 0

D: Graham I thought those were called magic lamps? GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_001 1901 0

D: Narrator Clearly you've never seen the expensive kind. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_009 3026 0

T: Counter

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The counter keeps a safe distance between visitors and the owner. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_050_000 3653 0

D: Narrator You never know what might happen when a deal goes bad! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_050_001 0 0

T: DrumSet

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator What a fun little drum! NARRATOR_3_IoC_Pawnshop_002_000 3497 0

D: Narrator Unfortunately, it looks broken. NARRATOR_3_IoC_Pawnshop_002_001 2311 0

T: Jackalope

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham recalls Valanice telling him of meeting such a creature in the desert of Eldritch. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_013_000 5174 0

D: Narrator Looks like someone who came through the Green Isles had a higher appreciation for the creature's antics than she did. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_013_001 6444 0

T: Masks

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator A basket with a plethora of masquerade masks bears a sign: NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_016_000 4578 0

D: Narrator "Be her masked suitor and win the fair maiden's hand! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_016_001 4469 0

D: Narrator Also good for haunting opera houses! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_016_002 2384 0

D: Narrator Two-for-one sale!" NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_016_003 1866 0

T: Mints

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Mint candies for customers. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_019 2132 0

T: PaintingAntique

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Oh, look! It's a painting of... Her Magnificent... uh, Countess... of Pawnshopnia... of Seco... NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_054_000 15381 0

D: Narrator Ok, alright, ok. I'm just making stuff up here, I'm-- NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_054_001 4130 0

D: Narrator I lost the script to this narration, ok? NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_054_002 2264 0

T: ShelvesBack

0 0 5 0 T: 1

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator "No-slip shoes. Stop falling off those narrow stairs!" NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_002 4296 0

T: 2

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator "Spider spray: kills those dangerous giant spiders in one spray!" NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_003 5268 0

T: 3

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator "Sun crystals. Sunlight already included!" NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_004 3199 0

T: 4

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator "Underwater breathing potion: what you use when there are no mermaids around." NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_005 4720 0

T: 5

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator "Hag-be-gone: gets rid of those hideous, wicked cannibal witches." NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_006 4434 0

T: Shield

0 0 0 6 D: Narrator Is that... is that the Mask of Eternity? NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_042_000 3779 0

D: Narrator Here? NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_042_001 1035 0

D: Narrator But that's impossible. It's sitting in Daventry Castle! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_042_002 3653 0

D: Narrator How did it end up in... NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_042_003 1568 0

D: Narrator Oh. Ohh. Another clever replica! Pfft. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_042_004 5033 0

D: Narrator Oh, for a minute there, I--I was really worried! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_042_005 3309 0

T: Sitar

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator This odd stringed instrument vaguely resembles a lute, but Graham has no idea how to play it. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_015 6178 0

T: SpinningWheel

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham can't help wondering if this well-made spinning wheel is of the mundane variety, or one of those tricky magic spinning wheels that put you to sleep for a hundred years that he's heard about. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_101 10949 0

T: Sword

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator There is something vaguely familiar about this armor and weapon. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_014_000 3559 0

T: Turkey

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham really hopes that this is an overgrown rubber ducky and not someone's dinner that has been sitting there for who knows how many years! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_047_000 7432 0

T: Global

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Very few times in his life has Graham seen such an incredible collection of odds and ends in the same place! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_001_000 6475 0

D: Narrator This store could be a boon to Graham in his search. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_001_003 3305 0

T: Hakim

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator This pleasant, polite and portly fellow is Hakim, owner of the pawnshop. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_100_000 4419 0

T: WoodSeq

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator This one doesn't have any "incredible" tag attached to it. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_020 3716 0

T: Wands

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator "The actual wands used by King Graham when defeating the evil wizard Mordack!" NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_017 5692 0

D: Graham Real "wands?" I only remember it was one! GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_002 2650 0

D: Narrator Ah, marketing ploys. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_018 2164 0

T: HangingHorn

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator It's a drinking horn. NARRATOR_3_IoC_Pawnshop_001 3497 0

T: DoorEntrance

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator That's the door back to the village. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_049 1929 0

C: Action - Hand

24 T: WoodSeq

0 0 2 0 T: Before Chessboard

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham doesn't need a piece of wood. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_021 2070 0

T: After Chessboard

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Better to ask the owner first. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_022 2054 0

T: Mints

0 0 0 1 D: Graham I think I'll pass. GRAHAM_2_IoC_pawnshop_003 1665 0

T: ShelvesBack

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The various items back there are intriguing, but most of them are things Graham would have only been interested in as a younger man. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_032_000 8608 0

D: Narrator At this point, however, he's... he's past that stage. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_032_001 3951 0

T: AxeInLog

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham doesn't need an axe, and he definitely doesn't need a log! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_033 4923 0

T: CrystalBall

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham's wary of trying to look into the future with this. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_034_000 3591 0

T: SpinningWheel

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Just in case this is the type of spinning wheel that knocks you out for a hundred years, Graham had better keep his fingers far away. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_102 7847 0

T: Anchor

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator Arrr! There's a wind in his sails and the sea breeze is blowing starboard, ahoy! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_036_001 5723 0

D: Narrator All aboard the HMS Graham! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_036_000 2305 0

D: Narrator Perhaps there'll be pirates, avast! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_036_002 2478 0

D: Narrator Harken, mateys, let's take to the seas, yarr! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_036_003 4234 0

T: OtherItems

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Even though that adventure gaming tip of "pick up anything that isn't tied down" always applies, Graham's pockets are only so big! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_012_000 9925 0

D: Narrator Besides, these items are for sale, not for the taking. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_012_001 4403 0

T: Jackalope

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator It's so lifelike and the fur looks so soft, the eyes so big and the feet so... big. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_037_000 7871 0

T: Armor

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham's not sure whose armor it is, but he's absolutely sure it's not his. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_038 5221 0

T: Sword

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham's not sure whose armor it is, but he's absolutely sure it's not his. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_038 5221 0

T: Sitar

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator You have no idea how to play that instrument, Graham. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_039_000 3293 0

T: Masks

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator As fun as a masquerade ball can be, Graham isn't attending one any time soon, nor does he have any reason to hide his identity just now. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_040 8733 0

T: Wands

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator That harrowing fight with Mordack was all the magic wand battling Graham needed. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_041_000 4500 0

D: Narrator Besides, these are just cheap knock-offs, not the real thing! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_041_001 4124 0

T: Shield

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator One Mask of Eternity is trouble enough! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_043_000 2823 0

D: Narrator This one can go to some enthusiast collector, with Graham's blessing and mine! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_043_001 5049 0

T: BowlsSoup

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Oh, please, let's not talk about Roger for another five minutes. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_044_000 5347 0

D: Narrator There's a game to be played! I mean, there are people to be saved! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_044_001 3936 0

D: Narrator You needed to have clicked the Eye on Bowl first for this message to make any sense, and if you didn't, stop using the icons out of order! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_044_002 8514 0

T: DrumSet

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Unfortunately, it looks broken. NARRATOR_3_IoC_Pawnshop_002_001 3042 0

T: HangingHorn

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham doesn't think that will help him. NARRATOR_General_206 3042 0

T: Turkey

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Keep your hands WAY off that! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_048_000 2854 0

T: Candles

0 0 0 8 D: Narrator Graham could use those candles... if only he didn't think red was the color of bad luck. NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_053_000 6943 0

D: Designers (indistinct grunt) Designers_IoC_Pawnshoppe_000 2950 0

D: Narrator Wha? NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_053_001 722 0

D: Designers (indistinct voice very reminiscent of a certain old cartoon) Designers_IoC_Pawnshoppe_001 3501 0

D: Narrator Oh, oh his shirt. Red. Right... Umm.. tsk... NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_053_002 3842 0

D: Narrator We just don't want you to take those candles! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_053_003 3089 0

D: Narrator Got a problem with that?! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_053_004 1161 0

D: Narrator Call 1-800-TSL and complain to a manager! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_053_005 3669 0

T: PaintingAntique

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Hey, stop messin' with the Countess! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_055_000 2917 0

D: Narrator Yes, you heard me! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_055_001 1521 0

T: Counter

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Even Graham's prodigious pockets can't hold that! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_056 3544 0

T: Barrels

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Even Graham's prodigious pockets can't hold that! NARRATOR_2_IoC_pawnshop_056 3544 0

T: AxeInLogBefore

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Get your hands off that, Graham. NARRATOR_General_003 3265 0

1 3 C: Action - Look

5 T: Global

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Cassima had told Graham that they wanted to renovate the throne room, since it was starting to show its age; however, Graham remembers it being a splendid sight the last time he was here. NARRATOR_3_IoC_ThroneRoom_001 11398 0

T: Thrones

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The thrones now belong to Cassima and Alexander. NARRATOR_3_IoC_ThroneRoom_002_000 3073 0

D: Narrator Graham feels proud of his son and all that he's accomplished in the short time since he returned from his captivity. NARRATOR_3_IoC_ThroneRoom_002_001 6429 0

T: TileRedSeq

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator A loose tile sits in the corner of the room. NARRATOR_3_IoC_ThroneRoom_004 2681 0

T: Glue

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator That looks like mucilage. NARRATOR_3_IoC_ThroneRoom_006 2507 0

D: Graham You could just say glue. GRAHAM_3_IoC_mainhall_002 1894 0 GrahamSayGlue D: Narrator Fine, glue. NARRATOR_3_IoC_ThroneRoom_007 1570 0

T: Door

0 0 0 1 D: Graham That's where the guests bedrooms are. There's nothing I need there. GRAHAM_2_IoC_throneroom_001 2842 0

C: Action - Hand

3 T: Tile

0 0 0 1 D: Graham This may come in handy. GRAHAM_3_IoC_mainhall_001 1690 0

T: Glue

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham doesn't need a full pot of glue, but he'll remember its location. NARRATOR_3_IoC_ThroneRoom_008 4424 0

T: Door

0 0 0 1 D: Graham That's where the guests bedrooms are. There's nothing I need there. GRAHAM_2_IoC_throneroom_001 2842 0

C: Action - Use

3 T: TileGlue

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham doesn't need a sticky tile. NARRATOR_3_IoC_ThroneRoom_009 2398 0

T: HairGlue

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator That would quickly turn into a messy arts and crafts project, unless Graham had something to glue the fur to. NARRATOR_inventory_424 0 0

T: BatonGlue

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator One sticky baton, check! NARRATOR_4_ioc_throneroom_001 0 0


1 14 C: Action - Look

52 T: Global

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Wherever Graham looks, there is so much activity. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_001_000 2897 0

D: Narrator The village is surely busy with so many visitors that came for the wedding! NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_001_001 3878 0

D: Narrator It's heartening to see the townsfolk getting back into their daily routines, in spite of everything. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_001_002 6267 0

T: FourWinds

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator That building is the main hub of The Four Winds, a newsletter published and distributed throughout the Green Isles, the most trustworthy source of information in all the land. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_005 9557 0

D: Narrator After reading many volumes of this prestigious gazette, Graham has always wanted to visit the facilities. NARRATOR_2_IoC_fourwinds_001_000 5632 0

D: Narrator He's impressed at how hard they work on it. NARRATOR_2_IoC_fourwinds_001_001 2404 0

T: BannerL

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator The banner reads "Happy 21st Birthday King Alexander and... Princess Rose"? NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_012_000 6150 0

D: Narrator The rain must have washed off the last three letters. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_012_001 3800 0

D: Narrator Strange that only those last letters should vanish, though. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_012_002 3526 0

T: CandyCart

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator A small cart with a colorfully lettered sign above it saying "Candy" stands by the fountain. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_014 5131 0

T: Fountain

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Are Graham's eyes deceiving him, or is that fountain... flowing backwards? NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_016 5876 0

T: Restaurant

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator A couple of days ago, the royal family had dinner at this restaurant at Cassima's insistence. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_010_000 5584 0

D: Narrator It was a different night from those at the castle among luxury, servants and endless varieties of food, but the privacy of the night, accompanied by the candlelight, the friendly bards, and the exquisite wines made of it something to remember.. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_010_001 14281 0

T: Hotel

0 0 0 5 D: Narrator Graham glances at the inn and smiles, remembering how he used to frequent "The Prattling Pony" back in his youth, when he was eager for his first adventure. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_013_000 8931 0

D: Narrator Then he decided to become a knight, and... NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_013_001 2468 0

D: Graham Hey, that was a long time ago... GRAHAM_1_IoC_villageupper_001 1492 0

D: Narrator This one is called "Crown Pint" and it seems very crowded, because of the celebration, of course. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_014_000 5915 0

D: Narrator It seems that everyone wanted to get as close to the castle as they could! NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_014_001 4113 0

T: BlackSmithForge

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Irons, tongs and other instruments are arranged very messily over this blacksmith's stand. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_005_000 5797 0

D: Narrator Graham makes a note to be careful when walking near it. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_005_001 3486 0

T: MapStand

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham wonders if the Isles get enough visitors to support a life as a map seller. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_027 4701 0

T: LampStand

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Now that's odd. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_019_000 1841 0

D: Narrator The sign says "Old Lamps for New"... NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_019_001 2664 0

D: Narrator But that doesn't sound like a very sensible trade on the merchant's part. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_019_002 3917 0

T: ClothingStand

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator There are some outfits on display that even Graham wouldn't feel uncomfortable in! NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_029 4857 0

D: Graham On the other hand, I like my outfit. GRAHAM_2_IoC_villagebtm_001 1890 0

D: Narrator We know that, Graham. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_030 2059 0

T: CarpetStand

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator "Magic Carpets," eh? NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_021_000 1802 0

D: Graham

I generally don't trust magic carpets... but these may be useful. 

GRAHAM_IoC_Village_302_000 4150 0

D: Graham And some of these do look like there's some magic in them yet. GRAHAM_IoC_Village_302_001 2905 0

T: Bazaar

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The little bazaar welcomes visitors to the view the wares the merchants offer. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_002 4191 0

T: BlackSmith

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The smithy looks hard at work. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_007_000 1802 0

D: Narrator Graham appreciates people with such a strong will to make an honest living. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_007_001 4896 0

T: BlackSmithBox

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Hmmm... What could be hiding in this little box? NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_008 3721 0

T: FourWindsSign

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The sign displays the name proudly. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_010 2625 0

T: FourWindsDoor

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator This is the main counter, where contributors submit material for the newsletter. NARRATOR_2_IoC_fourwinds_002 4450 0

D: Narrator The business is open for visitors, although the host seems a little vicious. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_011 4505 0

T: BlackWidow

0 0 0 6 D: Narrator A spider's web decorates most of the left section of the counter. NARRATOR_2_IoC_fourwinds_003_000 3786 0

D: Narrator It appears to be "occupied." NARRATOR_2_IoC_fourwinds_003_001 2922 0

D: Narrator A large black spider is clinging to the web. NARRATOR_2_IoC_fourwinds_004_000 2409 0

D: Narrator For some reason, Graham is certain it's a "she"... NARRATOR_2_IoC_fourwinds_004_001 3485 0

D: Narrator And the way she's moving her leg... NARRATOR_2_IoC_fourwinds_004_002 2741 0

D: Narrator Is she giving him the come hither? NARRATOR_2_IoC_fourwinds_004_003 2741 0

T: MerchantCandy

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The young peddler stands waiting for an interested buyer to approach him. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_014b_000 3761 0

D: Narrator With all these children afoot, he's probably been making a respectable profit today. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_014b_001 4857 0

T: Girl

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator A young girl sits on the edge of the fountain, looking at it with great curiosity. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_018 4661 0

T: Boy

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator A young boy sits on the edge of the fountain, staring with transfixed amazement at it. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_019 4896 0

T: ChildrenRunning

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham still remembers when, as a child, he would run amuck just like these children, without any preoccupations to worry about. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_020 8069 0

T: Villager

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Not even in Daventry do people look so alive and strong-willed after such a tragedy. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_024 6267 0

T: MerchantMap

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Not even in Daventry do people look so alive and strong-willed after such a tragedy. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_024 6267 0

T: MerchantLamp

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator This old merchant had better have a good reason for being in a trade as odd as that. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_028 4975 0

T: MerchantClothes

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator A dark-haired young woman is selling many different types of clothing. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_029_000 3878 0

D: Narrator It looks like her wares come from countries other than just the Green Isles. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_029_001 4348 0

T: GlobalVillageMain

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Ah... The Village of the Isle of the Crown. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagemain_001_000 2450 0

D: Narrator Finally, Graham can see with his own eyes the place where so many of Alexander's stories were born. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagemain_001_001 5691 0

D: Narrator He now remembers Ali, the bookshop owner, and although he can't quite remember the name of the pawnshop owner, he knows how kind this man was to his son. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagemain_001_002 9374 0

T: Arch

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The main path continues through the arch and out of the village, into the green hills of the Isle of the Crown. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagemain_002 5987 0

T: Bookshop

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Ali's bookstore is located on the first level of a two-story building. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagemain_004_000 4136 0

D: Narrator Judging by what Graham can see through the window, the bookstore is well-stocked for such a small village. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagemain_004_001 6165 0

D: Narrator Although the walls were recently painted for the celebration, they are now mud-spattered by the rain. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagemain_004_002 5862 0

T: Pawnshop

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Somewhat obscured by the neighboring building, this unassuming small shop is undoubtedly much more interesting on the inside than on the outside. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagemain_007 9196 0

T: Apartment

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator An upper story of Ali's bookstore serves as a small apartment where Ali and his family live. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_007_000 5722 0

D: Narrator Cassima described Ali's wife as "just adorable" to Graham, and told him she makes a great pumpkin pie that she's always so kind to offer to Cassima when she sees her in the village. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_007_001 11744 0

T: BookshopDoor

0 0 2 0 T: Day

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The bookstore looks as if it's open today. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagemain_005 3066 0

T: Night

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Everybody seems to have gone home for the day. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagemain_006 2880 0

T: PawnshopDoor

0 0 3 0 T: Day

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The pawnshop looks like it's open today. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagemain_009 3158 0

T: Night

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Everybody seems to have gone home for the day. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagemain_010 3158 0

T: Closed

0 0 0 1 D: Graham The owner must be out. I'll check back later. GRAHAM_2_IoC_Village_300 2643 0

T: Bells

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Many shops in the village are equipped with bells like these on their front doors, to alert the owners to the arrival of customers. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_016 7249 0

T: PawnShopTrunk

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator An old chest has been abandoned here, its contents unknown. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_018_000 3819 0

D: Narrator Were his children here, Rosella would've opened it by now, while Alexander would be warning her to be more cautious. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_018_001 6235 0

D: Narrator Though neither lacks for bravery or creativity, Graham's daughter has always been more like her father, while Alexander has took to Valanice's more wary approach to such things. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_018_002 10745 0

T: Vases

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Some vases have been left outside of the pawnshop, although Graham can't quite fathom why they are here or what their purpose is, maybe the shop's owner is just trying to get rid of them? NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_020 11215 0

T: Building05

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham's never been able to ascertain the purpose of this building. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_022_000 3604 0

D: Narrator He even asked his son and Cassima about it while they walked through the town a few days ago, but neither of them could put their finger on it either. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_022_002 8529 0

T: Plants

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator It's a miracle the plants survived yesterday's weather and were not drowned in the rain. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagemain_024 4897 0

T: PalmTrees

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Thankfully, the palm trees were strong enough to survive the bad weather. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagemain_026_000 4054 0

D: Narrator Who knows what kind of destruction they might have wrought if they hadn't? NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagemain_026_001 4565 0

T: MerchantRug

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Not even in Daventry do people look so alive and strong-willed after such a tragedy. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_024 6267 0

T: Town

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The modest yet particularly unique village of the Isle of the Crown stands firm around the square and just below the tall hills. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_002_000 6809 0

D: Narrator Alexander told his father that the Isle of the Crown has prospered in the last few years, a booming economy leading to the growth of the town and allowing its people to live comfortably. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_002_001 9780 0

T: BannerL2

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Wait a minute! That banner was struck by lightning yesterday! What's going on? GRAHAM_2_IoC_villagemain_001 3803 0 GrahamBannerLine T: Fountain2

0 0 0 1 D: Graham It does look refreshing, but this isn’t the time for a swim. GRAHAM_IoC_Village_301 2721 0

T: BlackSmithForgeClosed

0 0 0 2 D: Graham The blacksmith's shop is closed. GRAHAM_IoC_Village_303_000 1660 0

D: Graham Maybe he'll be open later in the day. GRAHAM_IoC_Village_303_001 2237 0

T: FountainNormal

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Ahhh, refreshing. GRAHAM_2_IoC_villageupper_503 2752 0

T: BannerBroken

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The banner is beyond repair. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_003_002 1674 0

T: ButterflySeq

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham is sure Rosella would be thrilled at the sight of this lovely colorful butterfly. NARRATOR_inventory_029 5552 0

T: ButterflySeqTrapped

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Oh, no, the butterfly is trapped! NARRATOR_3_IoC_Village_003_000 2004 0

D: Narrator And to make things worse, about to get eaten! NARRATOR_3_IoC_Village_003_001 3968 0

T: BlackWidowEp3

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The black widow is looking at the butterfly in a menacing way, and Graham can see her almost drooling over her! Do something quick, Graham! NARRATOR_3_IoC_Village_004_000 0 0

T: BlackWidowSavedButterfly

0 0 0 5 D: Narrator The widow doesn't seem very happy. NARRATOR_3_IoC_village_083_000 2829 0

D: Narrator Graham had better stay away from her for the rest of the day. NARRATOR_3_IoC_village_083_001 3359 0

D: Narrator Or week. NARRATOR_3_IoC_village_083_002 1022 0

D: Narrator Or forever. NARRATOR_3_IoC_village_083_003 1140 0

D: Narrator And keep an eye open at nights when he goes to bed or wanders into a shadowy room! NARRATOR_3_IoC_village_083_004 5578 0

T: LargeLampEarly

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Curious lamp. NARRATOR_4_IoC_villagectr_003 0 0

T: LampLarge

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator This may be just what Graham needs to help the Mountgo brothers. NARRATOR_4_IoC_villagectr_004 0 0

C: Action - Hand

24 T: Restaurant

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham doesn't feel particularly hungry. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_003_000 2586 0

D: Narrator Besides, he has his meals provided for him at the palace. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_003_001 3565 0

T: Hotel

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham doesn't need a room to stay in at this inn. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_004_000 3134 0

D: Narrator He has wonderful quarters in the Castle of the Crown. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_004_001 3565 0

T: BlackSmithForge

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham could imagine many ways that the tools could come in handy, but the blacksmith needs them to do his job. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_006 6816 0

T: BlackSmithBox

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator It's locked shut with a padlock. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_009_000 2233 0

D: Narrator How could Graham possibly open it? NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_009_001 2703 0

T: MerchantItems

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator If Graham wants any of those goods, he should talk to the merchant who owns them. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_015 4871 0

T: Fountain

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Considering the backwards flow of the water, Graham doesn't want to touch it and then find his arm reversed or something worse! NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_017_000 7952 0

D: Narrator He's been burned by this kind of thing before. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_017_001 2703 0

T: BookshopDoorNight

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator No one answers. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_010 1584 0

D: Graham The owner must be out. I'll check back later. GRAHAM_2_IoC_Village_300 2643 0

T: PawnshopDoorNight

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator No one answers. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_011 1977 0

T: Arch

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator You aren't a British nanny, Graham, or an infamous international thief. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagemain_014_000 5332 0

D: Narrator There's no way that's going to fit inside your pockets! NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagemain_014_001 3978 0

T: Banner

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Considering the banner was burned and destroyed before his very eyes the previous day, Graham prefers not to touch it. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagemain_015_000 7343 0

D: Narrator Dark magic or not, however, Graham can see the bright side to this. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagemain_015_001 4318 0

D: Narrator If what happened here can be undone, then surely he can reverse what's been done to his children as well! NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagemain_015_002 7015 0

T: PawnShopTrunk

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham's intuition as an experienced adventurer tells him there's nothing useful in there. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_019_000 5490 0

D: Narrator Somewhere, somehow, some hand of fate decided that this chest didn't need to be opened or contain any items, almost as though by some grand cosmic game design. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_019_001 11928 0

T: Vases

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham peeks into one of the vases and finds... NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_021_000 3392 0

T: PalmTrees

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Unless he has a good reason to do so, Graham is better off not trying to climb the trees. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagemain_027 5768 0

T: Vases 2

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator ...nothing. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_021_001 1585 0

T: Basket

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator ...nothing. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_021_001 1585 0

T: BlackWidow Part 1

0 0 0 1 D: BlackWidow Oh my... BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_501_001_001 2140 0 BlackWidowDeathLine1 T: BlackWidow Part 2

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Ooooh! GRAHAM_SFX_001 631 0 GrahamDeathLine1 T: Building05

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Better to leave it to be. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_023_000 1558 0

D: Narrator Whatever this business is, it's closed, and Graham almost feels that the whole facade would just fall over and reveal itself to be a painted plank of wood, there for show and to add color to the background. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_023_001 11943 0

T: Town

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The walk through the residential section is nice, but Graham has already seen it with his son and today is not the day to relax. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_002 0 0

T: BlackWidow Part 3

0 0 0 1 D: BlackWidow ...a luscious morsel, all for me! BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_501_001_002 4068 0 BlackWidowDeathLine2 T: MagicCarpetsOwner

0 0 0 1 D: Graham I wonder where the owner is? GRAHAM_IoC_Village_304 1453 0

T: BannerBroken

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham could take the pieces of the once happy banner, but to what end? NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_013_000 4039 0

D: Narrator Even the few remaining pieces that are intact are likely to fall to ash in his pockets. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_013_001 6081 0

T: FountainNormal

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Ahhh, refreshing. GRAHAM_2_IoC_villageupper_503 2752 0

T: Butterfly

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator It will be the next millenium before Graham can catch it with his bare hands. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_009 5566 0

C: Action - Talk

5 T: Boy

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator As serene as that child looks, he just may be as rambunctious as a wolf underneath. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_021_000 5836 0

D: Narrator Graham decides to leave him alone. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_021_001 2311 0

T: Girl

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator As innocent and well bred as that little girl appears, Graham knows better than to judge merely by what he sees on the surface, and decides to leave the child alone. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_022 9871 0

T: Children

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator That child is having too much fun to stop and listen, let alone talk, to Graham. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_023 5484 0

T: RandomMan

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham doesn't have anything to say to that man. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_025 2899 0

T: RandomWoman

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham doesn't want to disturb that woman. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_026 2390 0

C: MerchantMap

5 T: First Time Greeting

0 0 0 13 D: Graham How do you do today, Sir? GRAHAM_2_IoC_villagebtm_002 1234 0 GrahamMerchantMapLine1 D: MerchantMap Oh, just fine. MAPMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_001_000 2198 0 MerchantMapLine1 D: MerchantMap These eyes have seen many a day darker than yesterday, but still, I could be better. MAPMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_001_002 5576 0 MerchantMapLine1b D: Graham What sort of maps do you carry? GRAHAM_2_IoC_villagebtm_003 1626 0 GrahamMerchantMapLine2 D: MerchantMap I have maps of the individual islands as well as a few rarer ones of supposed "phantom islands." MAPMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_002_000 6584 0 MerchantMapLine2 D: MerchantMap Those are more like collector items than navigational tools... MAPMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_002_001 3702 0 MerchantMapLine2b D: MerchantMap And maps of the entire archipelago, as well as a few of the coastlines south of here. MAPMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_002_002 5573 0 MerchantMapLine2c D: MerchantMap Not many people have made it there and back again. MAPMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_002_003 3720 0 MerchantMapLine2d D: MerchantMap I'm sure you've heard of our infamous reefs and currents. MAPMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_002_004 4400 0 MerchantMapLine2e D: Graham I'm sure my son knows a lot more than me. GRAHAM_2_IoC_villagebtm_004 1845 0 GrahamMerchantMapLine3 D: MerchantMap Why are you asking? MAPMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_003_000 1419 0 MerchantMapLine3 D: MerchantMap Are you planning on going anywhere? MAPMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_003_001 2959 0 MerchantMapLine3b D: Graham Maybe... GRAHAM_2_IoC_villagebtm_005 831 0 GrahamMerchantMapLine4 T: Second Time Greeting

0 0 0 2 D: MerchantMap Are you planning on going anywhere? MAPMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_003_001 2959 0 MerchantMapLine3b D: Graham Maybe... GRAHAM_2_IoC_villagebtm_005 831 0 GrahamMerchantMapLine4 T: Sales Pitch01 BGSpeech 0 0 0 2 D: MerchantMap Fine maps for sale! MAPMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_012_000 1598 0 BGSpeech D: MerchantMap Get them while they're still available! MAPMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_012_001 2390 0 BGSpeech T: Sales Pitch02 BGSpeech 0 0 0 2 D: MerchantMap Maps! Essential maps of the Green Isles and beyond! MAPMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_013_000 4097 0 BGSpeech D: MerchantMap Ideal for the traveler, buy them here! MAPMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_013_001 2884 0 BGSpeech T: Third Time Greeting

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham doesn't want to bother the merchant again. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagebtm_010 2938 0

C: Action - Use

45 T: Gold First Time

0 0 0 28 D: Graham I'd like to buy a map, please. GRAHAM_2_IoC_villagebtm_006 1766 0 GrahamMerchantMapLine5 D: MerchantMap Is this real gold? MAPMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_004 1601 0 MerchantMapLine4 D: Graham Yes. Will you accept it? GRAHAM_2_IoC_villagebtm_007 1210 0 GrahamMerchantMapLine6 D: MerchantMap Of course I will! MAPMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_005_000 1272 0 MerchantMapLine5 D: MerchantMap But tell me... What region do you want a map of? MAPMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_005_001 3347 0 MerchantMapLine5b D: Graham I'll take a map of the Green Isles. GRAHAM_2_IoC_villagebtm_008 1659 0 GrahamMerchantMapLine7 D: MerchantMap Ah... A foreigner. MAPMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_006_000 2614 0 MerchantMapLine6 D: MerchantMap A long while since I've seen one around here. MAPMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_006_001 3279 0 MerchantMapLine6b D: MerchantMap Traveling is probably not such a good idea now, with the possibility of another storm like that one last night ripping through here; it might rip the islands right out of the sea! MAPMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_006_002 9976 0 MerchantMapLine6c D: Graham Thank you for your concern, but I'll take my chances. GRAHAM_2_IoC_villagebtm_009 2396 0 GrahamMerchantMapLine8 D: MerchantMap All right, but I should probably tell you that something strange has been happening to my maps lately, though. MAPMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_007 6615 0 MerchantMapLine7 D: Graham What's been happening? GRAHAM_2_IoC_villagebtm_010 809 0 GrahamMerchantMapLine9 D: MerchantMap At first I thought it was my failing eyes... MAPMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_008_000 2500 0 MerchantMapLine8 D: MerchantMap Then I remembered that my eyes hadn't started failing yet, and what I was seeing had to be real. MAPMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_008_001 7065 0 MerchantMapLine8b D: MerchantMap It's too strange for a fella like me to take, friend. MAPMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_008_002 3463 0 MerchantMapLine8c D: MerchantMap Too strange. MAPMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_008_003 2206 0 MerchantMapLine8d D: Graham What's strange? GRAHAM_2_IoC_villagebtm_011 846 0 GrahamMerchantMapLine10 D: MerchantMap One of the maps I have on display is used. MAPMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_009_000 2765 0 MerchantMapLine9 D: MerchantMap It has a lot of small figures and notes scribbled on it, and those things are starting to fade, but fast, and I mean fast! MAPMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_009_001 9674 0 MerchantMapLine9b D: MerchantMap One of them faded and vanished in a half-hour at the very most! MAPMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_009_002 3509 0 MerchantMapLine9c D: MerchantMap And not only that, but the older ones that were already faded to begin with, are starting to look fresher... like they might have on the day that they were drawn. MAPMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_009_003 10031 0 MerchantMapLine9d D: Graham Have you noticed this on any of your other maps? GRAHAM_2_IoC_villagebtm_012 2001 0 GrahamMerchantMapLine11 D: MerchantMap Of course I did! MAPMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_010_000 1335 0 MerchantMapLine10 D: MerchantMap As soon as I noticed this, I looked, and sure enough! The same thing was happening to my other maps! MAPMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_010_001 7631 0 MerchantMapLine10b D: MerchantMap The newer ones seem the most affected, too. MAPMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_010_002 3202 0 MerchantMapLine10c D: MerchantMap A lot of the local maps have entire landmarks missing, even entire islands. MAPMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_010_003 6151 0 MerchantMapLine10d D: MerchantMap I don't know what's going on... could it be the end of the universe? MAPMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_010_004 5184 0 MerchantMapLine10e D: MerchantMap But fortunately, some of the older maps are still quite intact. MAPMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_010_005 3398 0 MerchantMapLine10f T: Gold First Time Part 1a

0 0 0 1 D: MerchantMap I'll give you one of the older ones that I have, since you've given me such a hefty sum here. MAPMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_010_006 5173 0 MerchantMapLine10g T: Gold First Time Part 2

0 0 0 3 D: Graham Thank you. And I hope I can find out what's making your maps fade before they're all just sheets of parchment. GRAHAM_2_IoC_villagebtm_013 4610 0 GrahamMerchantMapLine12 D: MerchantMap You just try to stay alive. MAPMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_011_000 1809 0 MerchantMapLine11 D: MerchantMap It's not a good day to die. MAPMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_011_001 2498 0 MerchantMapLine11b T: Gold Second Time

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham already has a map. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_036 1841 0

T: Scroll No Talk

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham should speak to the man first. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_035 2272 0

T: Scroll First Time

0 0 0 8 D: Graham Can you make me a small crescent moon shape out of silver? GRAHAM_2_IoC_villageupper_011 2701 0 GrahamSmithLine10 D: Blacksmith Whaddaya want that for? SMITHY_2_IoC_villageupper_012 1254 0 SmithLine13 D: Graham It's too hard to explain, but I really need the help. GRAHAM_2_IoC_villageupper_012 3060 0 GrahamSmithLine11 D: Blacksmith Is this for the King? SMITHY_2_IoC_villageupper_013 926 0 SmithLine14 D: Graham Yes. GRAHAM_2_IoC_villageupper_013 725 0 GrahamSmithLine12 D: Blacksmith I wouldn't normally do these kinds of favors, but since it's for the safety of the King... SMITHY_2_IoC_villageupper_014_000 4475 0 SmithLine15 D: Blacksmith I'll tell you what: bring me a mold of what you want, and I'll cast the figure for you. SMITHY_2_IoC_villageupper_014_001 5023 0 SmithLine15b D: Graham Alright. I'll come back with it. GRAHAM_2_IoC_villageupper_014 1639 0 GrahamSmithLine13 T: Scroll Second Time

0 0 0 1 D: Blacksmith Did you find that mold yet? SMITHY_2_IoC_villageupper_008 1420 0 SmithLine8 T: Moon Impression Part 2

0 0 0 3 D: Graham Here you are. GRAHAM_2_IoC_villageupper_501 567 0 GrahamSmithLine14 D: Blacksmith Why, what a perfect imprint! SMITHY_2_IoC_villageupper_015_000 2313 0 SmithLine17 D: Blacksmith Let me get to work on this. SMITHY_2_IoC_villageupper_016 1526 0 SmithLine18 T: Gold Any Merchant

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham doesn't need those wares. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_043 2155 0

T: Moon Impression No Scroll Part 1

0 0 0 7 D: Graham Can you make me a small crescent moon shape out of silver? GRAHAM_2_IoC_villageupper_011 2701 0 GrahamSmithLine10 D: Blacksmith Whaddaya want that for? SMITHY_2_IoC_villageupper_012 1254 0 SmithLine13 D: Graham It's too hard to explain, but I really need the help. GRAHAM_2_IoC_villageupper_012 3060 0 GrahamSmithLine11 D: Blacksmith Is this for the King? SMITHY_2_IoC_villageupper_013 926 0 SmithLine14 D: Graham Yes. GRAHAM_2_IoC_villageupper_013 725 0 GrahamSmithLine12 D: Blacksmith I wouldn't normally do these kinds of favors, but since it's for the safety of the King... SMITHY_2_IoC_villageupper_014_000 4475 0 SmithLine15 D: Blacksmith I'll tell you what: bring me a mold of what you want, and I'll cast the figure for you. SMITHY_2_IoC_villageupper_014_001 5023 0 SmithLine15b T: Gold on MerchantCandy Part 1

0 0 0 1 D: Graham How much will this coin buy me, peddler? GRAHAM_2_IoC_villagectr_005 1583 0 GrahamMerchantCandyLine5 T: Gold on MerchantCandy Part 2

0 0 0 18 D: MerchantCandy Oh! This isn't gold, is it? PEDDLER_2_IoC_villagectr_005 2841 250 MerchantCandyLine5 D: Graham Yes, it's gold. GRAHAM_2_IoC_villagectr_006_000 750 150 GrahamMerchantCandyLine6 D: Graham Why? Is there something wrong with it? GRAHAM_2_IoC_villagectr_006_001 1698 200 GrahamMerchantCandyLine6b D: MerchantCandy No, no, nothing at all, it's just... PEDDLER_2_IoC_villagectr_006_000 2899 100 MerchantCandyLine6 D: MerchantCandy I never thought I'd be holding this much money in my hands at one time! PEDDLER_2_IoC_villagectr_006_001 4232 200 MerchantCandyLine6b D: Graham Think nothing of it. GRAHAM_2_IoC_villagectr_007_000 900 100 GrahamMerchantCandyLine7 D: Graham How much will one gold coin buy me, though? GRAHAM_2_IoC_villagectr_007_001 2237 250 GrahamMerchantCandyLine7b D: MerchantCandy Probably all the saltwater taffy the water around these islands can yield... PEDDLER_2_IoC_villagectr_007_000 3854 0 MerchantCandyLine7 D: MerchantCandy But that is, of course, much more than what I have in stock. PEDDLER_2_IoC_villagectr_007_001 3334 0 MerchantCandyLine7b D: MerchantCandy The second largest amount I can give you might put me out of business... PEDDLER_2_IoC_villagectr_007_002 3884 200 MerchantCandyLine7c D: Graham I doubt that, merchant. GRAHAM_2_IoC_villagectr_008_000 962 150 GrahamMerchantCandyLine8 D: Graham How about one of everything you have? GRAHAM_2_IoC_villagectr_008_001 2154 100 GrahamMerchantCandyLine8b D: Graham Will that do? GRAHAM_2_IoC_villagectr_008_002 846 200 GrahamMerchantCandyLine8c D: MerchantCandy Oh yes, yes, I can give you that, Sir, but... PEDDLER_2_IoC_villagectr_008_000 3594 0 MerchantCandyLine8 D: MerchantCandy I don't know if I have change for such a large sum. PEDDLER_2_IoC_villagectr_008_001 3189 150 MerchantCandyLine8b D: Graham It's all right, friend. GRAHAM_2_IoC_villagectr_009_000 963 100 GrahamMerchantCandyLine9 D: Graham Keep it. You'd make better use of it than I could. GRAHAM_2_IoC_villagectr_009_001 2706 300 GrahamMerchantCandyLineb D: MerchantCandy Oh, bless you, Sir! PEDDLER_2_IoC_villagectr_009_000 2319 150 MerchantCandyLine9 T: Gold on MerchantCandy Part 2a

0 0 0 1 D: MerchantCandy One moment, please. PEDDLER_2_IoC_villagectr_009_001 1681 0 MerchantCandyLine9b T: Gold on MerchantCandy Part 3

0 0 0 1 D: MerchantCandy Here you are, Sir. PEDDLER_2_IoC_villagectr_009_002 1566 0 MerchantCandyLine9c T: Gold on MerchantCandy Part 4

0 0 0 1 D: MerchantCandy Good day... and thank you again! PEDDLER_2_IoC_villagectr_009_003 2551 0 MerchantCandyLine9d T: Gold on MerchantCandy Part 5

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Of course. Same to you. GRAHAM_2_IoC_villagectr_010 1349 0 GrahamMerchantCandyLine10 T: Gold on MerchantCandy Second Time

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham doesn't need more candy. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_033 1920 0

T: Fake Arm on Black Widow Part 1

0 0 0 1 D: BlackWidow Oh, my... a luscious morsel, all for me! BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_501_000 6208 0 BlackWidowLine20 T: Fake Arm on Black Widow Part 2

0 0 0 2 D: BlackWidow Hey! This is a fake arm! BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_501_001 3138 0 BlackWidowLine21 D: BlackWidow What are you trying to pull here, Mister?! BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_501_002 1529 0 BlackWidowLine21b T: Gold on Blacksmith Before Needing Impression

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Why would Graham want to do that now? NARRATOR_General_008 3386 0

T: Moon Impression No Scroll Part 2

0 0 0 3 D: Graham Here you are. GRAHAM_2_IoC_villageupper_501 567 0 GrahamSmithLine14a D: Blacksmith Why, what a perfect imprint! SMITHY_2_IoC_villageupper_015_000 2313 0 SmithLine17 D: Blacksmith Let me get to work on this. SMITHY_2_IoC_villageupper_016 1526 0 SmithLine18 T: Stuff on Blacksmith

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham doesn't want to disturb the smithy. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_101 2188 0

T: CandleLit

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The candle's already lit! NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_101 1982 0

T: ItemHurtButterfly

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Careful, Graham, that could hurt the butterfly! NARRATOR_3_IoC_Village_006 2750 0

T: ButterflyNet

0 0 0 1 D: Graham I hope I won't hurt either of them while doing this. GRAHAM_3_IoC_village_003 2481 0

T: ButterflyNetOnly

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Great idea! NARRATOR_2_IoB_Maze_100_000 2017 0

D: Narrator Uh, but Graham can't quite maneuver the net as it is. NARRATOR_2_IoB_Maze_100_001 3821 0

T: WebBGone

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham has already damaged the Black Widow's home enough today! NARRATOR_3_IoC_Village_100 4073 0

T: FishingPole

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham may still need the fishing pole. NARRATOR_3_IoC_Village_101 2135 0

T: Carpet Thread First Part

0 0 0 2 D: Graham Would this thread work? GRAHAM_4_IoC_villagectr_016_000 0 0 GrahamMerchantClothesConvLine3 D: Graham It came from a used magic carpet. GRAHAM_4_IoC_villagectr_016_001 0 0 GrahamMerchantClothesConvLine3b T: Carpet Thread Second Part

0 0 0 11 D: MerchantClothes Hmm... CLOTHESMERCHANT_4_IoC_villagectr_004_000 0 0 MerchantClothesConvLine4 D: MerchantClothes You know, I think it would! CLOTHESMERCHANT_4_IoC_villagectr_004_001 0 0 MerchantClothesConvLine4b D: MerchantClothes And that little leftover flying magic couldn't hurt either. CLOTHESMERCHANT_4_IoC_villagectr_004_002 0 0 MerchantClothesConvLine4c D: MerchantClothes Do you have more? CLOTHESMERCHANT_4_IoC_villagectr_004_003 0 0 MerchantClothesConvLine4d D: Graham I don't, but there is a whole pile of carpets that the Mountgo Brothers have over there that I'm sure you could use. GRAHAM_4_IoC_villagectr_017 0 0 GrahamMerchantClothesConvLine4 D: MerchantClothes They sure aren't going anywhere else. CLOTHESMERCHANT_4_IoC_villagectr_005_000 0 0 MerchantClothesConvLine5 D: MerchantClothes Those two are terrible salesmen! CLOTHESMERCHANT_4_IoC_villagectr_005_001 0 0 MerchantClothesConvLine5b D: MerchantClothes Hey Amar, Ryoo, I think I can use threads from these old carpets to fix your balloon. CLOTHESMERCHANT_4_IoC_villagectr_005_002 0 0 MerchantClothesConvLine5c D: MerchantRugRyoo Really? RYOO_4_IoC_villagectr_008_001 0 0 MerchantRugRyooConversationLine7 D: MerchantRugRyoo Great! RYOO_4_IoC_villagectr_008_002 0 0 MerchantRugRyooConversationLine7b D: MerchantRug Fantastic! Thank you, Lydia, and thank you Graham! AMAR_4_IoC_villagectr_015 0 0 MerchantRugConversationLine12 T: Carpet Thread No Lamp

0 0 0 1 D: MerchantRug Once we have a heat source, we'll be ready to get back into the skies! AMAR_4_IoC_villagectr_016 0 0 MerchantRugConversationLine13 T: LampOnBrosNoCloth

0 0 0 1 D: MerchantRug Once we have some cloth, we'll be ready to get back into the skies! AMAR_4_IoC_villagectr_013 0 0 MerchantRugConversationLine14 T: LampOnBros

0 0 0 3 D: Graham Would this lamp work in your balloon? GRAHAM_4_IoC_villagectr_013 0 0 GrahamMerchantRugConversationLine11 D: MerchantRugRyoo This will be perfect. RYOO_4_IoC_villagectr_007_000 0 0 MerchantRugRyooConversationLine8 D: MerchantRugRyoo Thank you! RYOO_4_IoC_villagectr_007_001 0 0 MerchantRugRyooConversationLine8b T: BalloonReady

0 0 0 1 D: MerchantRug Meet us down by the docks when you're ready, and we'll give your nymph friend that ride. AMAR_4_IoC_villagectr_014 0 0 MerchantRugConversationLine15 T: GoldOnClothesMerchant

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator She has agreed to fix the balloon, but gold alone won't do. NARRATOR_4_IoC_villagectr_001_000 0 0

D: Narrator Graham needs to find some thread for her. NARRATOR_4_IoC_villagectr_001_001 0 0

T: AlexTinderbox

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator That's not the kind of lamp he's looking for. NARRATOR_4_IoC_villagectr_002 0 0

T: OldLampPart1a

0 0 0 1 D: Graham I have an old lamp that I'd like to trade. GRAHAM_4_IoC_villagectr_021 0 0 GrahamLampMerchantLine10 T: OldLampPart1b

0 0 0 2 D: MerchantLamp Fantastic! LAMPMERCHANT_4_IoC_villagectr_004_000 0 0 LampMerchantLine8 D: MerchantLamp Which new lamp would you like? LAMPMERCHANT_4_IoC_villagectr_004_001 0 0 LampMerchantLine8b T: OldLampPart2a

0 0 0 2 D: Graham I'll take that large one, please. GRAHAM_4_IoC_villagectr_022 0 0 GrahamLampMerchantLine11 D: MerchantLamp It's all yours. LAMPMERCHANT_4_IoC_villagectr_005_000 0 0 LampMerchantLine9 T: OldLampPart2b

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Good luck. GRAHAM_4_IoC_villagectr_023 0 300 GrahamLampMerchantLine12 T: OldLampPart3a

0 0 0 1 D: MerchantLamp Ohh, I've got a good feeling about this one! LAMPMERCHANT_4_IoC_villagectr_005_001 0 0 LampMerchantLine9b T: OldLampPart3b

0 0 0 1 D: MerchantLamp Drat! LAMPMERCHANT_4_IoC_villagectr_006_000 0 0 LampMerchantLine10 T: OldLampPart3c

0 0 0 1 D: MerchantLamp Another dud! LAMPMERCHANT_4_IoC_villagectr_006_001 0 0 LampMerchantLine10b T: GoldLampMerchant

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Gold alone won't do. NARRATOR_4_IoC_villagectr_005 0 0

T: BalloonReady2

0 0 0 1 D: MerchantRug Meet us down by the docks when you're ready, and we'll give your nymph friend that ride. AMAR_4_IoC_villagectr_014 0 0 MerchantRugConversationLine100 C: MerchantLamp

7 T: First Time Greeting

0 0 0 17 D: Graham Ah... tell me, merchant... GRAHAM_2_IoC_villagebtm_014 1270 0 GrahamLampMerchantLine1 D: MerchantLamp Huh? What was that? LAMPMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_001_000 1623 0 LampMerchantLine1 D: MerchantLamp Do you wish to trade me an old lamp for a fine new one? LAMPMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_001_001 5719 0 LampMerchantLine1b D: Graham No, sorry. I was just wondering... GRAHAM_2_IoC_villagebtm_015_000 2556 0 GrahamLampMerchantLine2 D: Graham Your trade relies on the hope of you someday finding a genie or something in one of those lamps, right? GRAHAM_2_IoC_villagebtm_015_001 4812 0 GrahamLampMerchantLine2b D: MerchantLamp Why... yes... you are a well-traveled man, Sir... LAMPMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_002 6423 0 LampMerchantLine2 D: Graham Thank you. GRAHAM_2_IoC_villagebtm_016_000 1126 0 GrahamLampMerchantLine3 D: Graham And have you ever actually found a genie in one of these old lamps you've received? GRAHAM_2_IoC_villagebtm_016_001 3523 0 GrahamLampMerchantLine3b D: MerchantLamp Well... no. LAMPMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_003 2613 0 LampMerchantLine3 D: Graham And how long have you been in this trade? GRAHAM_2_IoC_villagebtm_017 1395 0 GrahamLampMerchantLine4 D: MerchantLamp Ah... Hmm, quite a while, last time I looked... LAMPMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_004 4695 0 LampMerchantLine4 D: Graham And you have no intentions of... retiring in the near future? GRAHAM_2_IoC_villagebtm_018 3506 0 GrahamLampMerchantLine5 D: MerchantLamp What?? Retire? LAMPMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_005_000 2336 0 LampMerchantLine5 D: MerchantLamp And miss out on the fortune of a lifetime? LAMPMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_005_001 3394 0 LampMerchantLine5b D: MerchantLamp Never! LAMPMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_005_002 1551 0 LampMerchantLine5c D: Graham I must say, you are determined. GRAHAM_2_IoC_villagebtm_019_000 1431 0 GrahamLampMerchantLine6 D: Graham Good luck, I suppose. GRAHAM_2_IoC_villagebtm_019_001 1238 0 GrahamLampMerchantLine6b T: Second Time

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham doesn't want to bother the merchant again. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_037 2977 0

T: Sales Pitch01 BGSpeech 0 0 0 1 D: MerchantLamp New lamps for old! LAMPMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_006 2253 0

T: Sales Pitch02 BGSpeech 0 0 0 1 D: MerchantLamp New lamps for old! LAMPMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_007 2787 0

T: LampWorthless

0 0 0 3 D: MerchantLamp Dagnabit! LAMPMERCHANT_4_IoC_villagectr_001_000 0 0 LampMerchantLine13a D: MerchantLamp All that flame but not one genie! LAMPMERCHANT_4_IoC_villagectr_001_001 0 0 LampMerchantLine13b D: MerchantLamp Worthless! LAMPMERCHANT_4_IoC_villagectr_001_002 0 0 LampMerchantLine13c T: Ep4Greeting

0 0 0 9 D: Graham Good day, merchant. GRAHAM_4_IoC_villagectr_018 0 0 GrahamLampMerchantLine7 D: MerchantLamp Eh? LAMPMERCHANT_4_IoC_villagectr_002_000 0 0 LampMerchantLine6 D: MerchantLamp Oh, you again. LAMPMERCHANT_4_IoC_villagectr_002_001 0 0 LampMerchantLine6b D: MerchantLamp Hello! LAMPMERCHANT_4_IoC_villagectr_002_002 0 0 LampMerchantLine6c D: MerchantLamp Have any old lamps to trade for a new one? LAMPMERCHANT_4_IoC_villagectr_002_003 0 0 LampMerchantLine6d D: Graham I couldn't help but notice this new lamp you have. It's rather volatile! GRAHAM_4_IoC_villagectr_019 0 0 GrahamLampMerchantLine8 D: MerchantLamp I know! LAMPMERCHANT_4_IoC_villagectr_003_000 0 0 LampMerchantLine7 D: MerchantLamp And no genie either. LAMPMERCHANT_4_IoC_villagectr_003_001 0 0 LampMerchantLine7b D: Graham I hope you find it... or someone who's interested in trading who does! GRAHAM_4_IoC_villagectr_020 0 0 GrahamLampMerchantLine9 T: Ep4NeedLamp

0 0 0 2 D: MerchantLamp Do you wish to trade me an old lamp for a fine new one? LAMPMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_001_001 0 0 LampMerchantLine1b D: Graham Maybe... GRAHAM_2_IoC_villagebtm_005 0 0 GrahamLampMerchantLine20 C: MerchantClothes

6 T: BalloonSecondTime

0 0 0 1 D: MerchantClothes Have you found what I need to help fix the balloon? CLOTHESMERCHANT_4_IoC_villagectr_003 0 750 MerchantClothesConvLine3 T: Balloon

0 0 0 9 D: Graham Excuse me, ma'am, but... GRAHAM_4_IoC_villagectr_014_000 0 0 GrahamMerchantClothesConvLine1 D: Graham I was wondering if you have cloth that might be used to repair a hot air balloon? GRAHAM_4_IoC_villagectr_014_001 0 100 GrahamMerchantClothesConvLine1b D: MerchantClothes Ohh, you've been talking with the Mountgos, haven't you? CLOTHESMERCHANT_4_IoC_villagectr_001_000 0 1250 MerchantClothesConvLine1 D: MerchantClothes Look, it's not about the money --if they had some good thread, I'd help. CLOTHESMERCHANT_4_IoC_villagectr_001_001 0 1000 MerchantClothesConvLine1b D: Graham I think I can take care of the expense, but... GRAHAM_4_IoC_villagectr_015_000 0 0 GrahamMerchantClothesConvLine2 D: Graham ...what sort of thread would you need? GRAHAM_4_IoC_villagectr_015_001 0 250 GrahamMerchantClothesConvLine2b D: MerchantClothes For that thing? CLOTHESMERCHANT_4_IoC_villagectr_002_000 0 0 MerchantClothesConvLine2 D: MerchantClothes No normal thread would do it, that's for sure. CLOTHESMERCHANT_4_IoC_villagectr_002_001 0 0 MerchantClothesConvLine2b D: MerchantClothes You'd probably need something magical to make that thing stay together! CLOTHESMERCHANT_4_IoC_villagectr_002_002 0 500 MerchantClothesConvLine2c T: First Time Greeting

0 0 0 12 D: MerchantClothes Good day, Sir. May I interest you in some of my finer garments? CLOTHESMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_001_000 0 0 MerchantClothesLine1 D: MerchantClothes Good day, Sir. May I interest you in some of my finer garments? CLOTHESMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_001_001 0 250

D: MerchantClothes I can see that you are a man of good taste. CLOTHESMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_001_002 0 1250 MerchantClothesLine1b D: MerchantClothes Perhaps an embroidered tunic or a traditionally styled robe, hmm? CLOTHESMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_001_003 0 0 MerchantClothesLine1c D: Graham Thank you, but no, Madam. GRAHAM_2_IoC_villagebtm_020_000 1449 0 GrahamMerchantClothesLine1 D: Graham Your wares are beautiful, but I have no need for any today. GRAHAM_2_IoC_villagebtm_020_001 2622 0 GrahamMerchantClothesLine1b D: Narrator No need for them anytime, for that matter. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_038 2977 0 NarratorLine1 D: MerchantClothes Very well. CLOTHESMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_002_000 0 500 MerchantClothesLine2 D: MerchantClothes Tell me when you do have a need for any, though. CLOTHESMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_002_001 0 0 MerchantClothesLine2b D: Narrator "Never" is the right answer. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_039 2507 0 NarratorLine2 D: Graham Hey! GRAHAM_2_IoC_villagebtm_021 524 0

D: Narrator (whistles away) NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_040 7482 0

T: Second Time

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham doesn't want to be embarra... NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_041_000 3721 0

D: Narrator Well... I mean... Graham doesn't want to bother the merchant again. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_041_001 4309 0

T: Sales Pitch01 BGSpeech 0 0 0 3 D: MerchantClothes Fine clothing! CLOTHESMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_003_000 1894 0 MerchantClothesLineSales01a_BGSpeech D: MerchantClothes Fine, affordable clothing! CLOTHESMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_003_001 3064 0 MerchantClothesLineSales01b_BGSpeech D: MerchantClothes The finest next to that of the royal family! CLOTHESMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_003_002 3921 0 MerchantClothesLineSales01c_BGSpeech T: Sales Pitch02 BGSpeech 0 0 0 2 D: MerchantClothes Fine garments from here, and lands to the south! CLOTHESMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_004_000 3713 0 MerchantClothesLineSales02a_BGSpeech D: MerchantClothes Get them here! CLOTHESMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_004_001 1481 0 MerchantClothesLineSales02b_BGSpeech C: MerchantRug

4 T: First Time Greeting

0 0 0 12 D: MerchantRug Ahhh, a potential buyer! CARPETMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_001_000 4239 0 MerchantRugLine1 D: MerchantRug Are you interested in one of my finely woven and high-flying carpets? CARPETMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_001_001 4894 0 MerchantRugLine1b D: Graham Thank you, but no. GRAHAM_2_IoC_villagebtm_025 755 0 GrahamMerchantRugLine1 D: MerchantRug Then perhaps you'd like to look at some of my... uh... bargain rugs? CARPETMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_002_000 4720 0 MerchantRugLine2 D: MerchantRug Coarse threads and slightly lower maximum altitude, but still swift and reliable! CARPETMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_002_001 5857 0 MerchantRugLine2b D: Graham Uh, no, I'm sorry-- GRAHAM_2_IoC_villagebtm_026 2031 0 GrahamMerchantRugLine2 D: MerchantRug Then how about some of these single-color, 50-yard maximum altitude rags? CARPETMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_003_000 6164 0 MerchantRugLine3 D: MerchantRug They are made with cotton, so they'll pretty much be rough on the skin, but they still work, and furthermore-- CARPETMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_003_001 7362 0 MerchantRugLine3b D: Graham No, sorry, I really don't have enough to buy even a regular carpet with... GRAHAM_2_IoC_villagebtm_023 3255 0 GrahamMerchantRugLine3 D: Graham But thanks anyway, Sir. GRAHAM_2_IoC_villagebtm_024_002 1865 0 GrahamMerchantRugLine3b D: MerchantRug Well! Aren't you all high-and-mighty all of a sudden! CARPETMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_004_000 4343 0 MerchantRugLine4 D: MerchantRug Well, all right. It's your money. You do what you want with it! CARPETMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_004_001 4921 0 MerchantRugLine4b T: Second Time Greeting

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham doesn't want to bother the merchant again. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_042 3330 0

T: Sales Pitch01 BGSpeech 0 0 0 4 D: MerchantRug Magic carpets and tapestries! CARPETMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_005_000 2947 0 BGSpeech D: MerchantRug Guaranteed to sweep you off your feet! CARPETMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_005_001 3084 0 BGSpeech D: MerchantRug Affordable and convenient. CARPETMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_005_002 2909 0 BGSpeech D: MerchantRug Right here, and a short time only! CARPETMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_005_003 3933 0 BGSpeech T: Sales Pitch02 BGSpeech 0 0 0 4 D: MerchantRug Magic carpets and tapestries! CARPETMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_006_000 2555 0 BGSpeech D: MerchantRug Guaranteed to sweep you off your feet! CARPETMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_006_001 3141 0 BGSpeech D: MerchantRug Affordable and convenient, right here! CARPETMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_006_002 2832 0 BGSpeech D: MerchantRug And a short time only! CARPETMERCHANT_2_IoC_villagebtm_006_003 2883 0 BGSpeech C: Blacksmith

7 T: First Time

0 0 0 18 D: Graham Good day, smith. GRAHAM_2_IoC_villageupper_002 896 0 GrahamSmithLine1 D: Blacksmith G'day, stranger - aren't you...? SMITHY_2_IoC_villageupper_001 3402 0 SmithLine1 D: Graham The father of the King? GRAHAM_2_IoC_villageupper_003 1022 0 GrahamSmithLine2 D: Blacksmith Yes, I saw you at the wedding yesterday! SMITHY_2_IoC_villageupper_002_000 2205 0 SmithLine2 D: Blacksmith My deepest sympathies to you, Sire. SMITHY_2_IoC_villageupper_002_001 2748 0 SmithLine2b D: Graham Thank you. Working hard, I see. GRAHAM_2_IoC_villageupper_004 2306 0 GrahamSmithLine3 D: Blacksmith I wouldn't normally be open after a tragedy of this magnitude, but you know how businesses have to stay up and running. SMITHY_2_IoC_villageupper_003_000 5475 0 SmithLine3 D: Blacksmith If only I could finish some work around here. SMITHY_2_IoC_villageupper_003_001 2734 0 SmithLine3b D: Graham What do you mean? GRAHAM_2_IoC_villageupper_005 754 0 GrahamSmithLine4 D: Blacksmith The light in my forge keeps petering out. SMITHY_2_IoC_villageupper_004_000 2241 0 SmithLine4 D: Blacksmith And there isn't even any wind to blow it out, it just flutters out like I poured water on it. SMITHY_2_IoC_villageupper_004_001 3907 0 SmithLine4b D: Blacksmith I've had to relight it dozens of times today. SMITHY_2_IoC_villageupper_004_002 2212 0 SmithLine4c D: Graham Hmm. GRAHAM_2_IoC_villageupper_006 844 0 GrahamSmithLine5 D: Blacksmith And not only that, but some of the iron pieces I've been working on don't seem to budge! SMITHY_2_IoC_villageupper_005_000 4319 0 SmithLine5 D: Blacksmith I work on them, and it seems as if I'm doing nothing to them... and worst of all, sometimes when I'm so sure I did something, I look back - and it's intact again! SMITHY_2_IoC_villageupper_005_001 8220 0 SmithLine5b D: Graham I wonder... GRAHAM_2_IoC_villageupper_007 1523 0 GrahamSmithLine6 D: Blacksmith I wonder too! SMITHY_2_IoC_villageupper_006_000 1090 0 SmithLine6 D: Blacksmith I wanna finish my work here! SMITHY_2_IoC_villageupper_006_001 1865 0 SmithLine6b T: Second Time

0 0 0 3 D: Graham How do you do again, friend? GRAHAM_2_IoC_villageupper_008 1327 0 GrahamSmithLine7 D: BlackSmith Just fine. And you, Graham? SMITHY_2_IoC_villageupper_007 1806 0 SmithLine7 D: Graham I'm all right. GRAHAM_2_IoC_villageupper_009 861 0 GrahamSmithLine8 T: After Mold Request

0 0 0 1 D: BlackSmith Did you find that mold yet? SMITHY_2_IoC_villageupper_008 1420 0 SmithLine8 T: After Mold No Left Isle

0 0 0 1 D: Blacksmith Give me some time! SMITHY_2_IoC_villageupper_009 1382 0 SmithLine9 T: After Mold and Left Isle Part 1

0 0 0 1 D: Blacksmith Here you are. SMITHY_2_IoC_villageupper_010_000 783 0 SmithLine10 T: After Mold and Left Isle Part 2

0 0 0 4 D: Blacksmith If you don't mind, I'll keep this mold. SMITHY_2_IoC_villageupper_010_001 2675 0 SmithLine11 D: Blacksmith It's impressive! SMITHY_2_IoC_villageupper_010_002 1361 0 SmithLine11b D: Graham Please, do keep it. Thank you kindly. GRAHAM_2_IoC_villageupper_010 2013 0 GrahamSmithLine9 D: Blacksmith Good luck with your children! SMITHY_2_IoC_villageupper_011 1339 0 SmithLine12 T: After Moon

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The blacksmith is busy finishing his work. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_034 2866 0

C: MerchantCandy

5 T: First Time Greetings

0 0 0 6 D: Graham What kind of candies are you selling there, merchant? GRAHAM_2_IoC_villagectr_001 1891 200 GrahamMerchantCandyLine1 D: MerchantCandy Well, I've got sugared dates, crystallized ginger, saltwater taffy, honey drops... PEDDLER_2_IoC_villagectr_001_000 6200 0 MerchantCandyLine1 D: MerchantCandy You know, the usual. PEDDLER_2_IoC_villagectr_001_001 2004 150 MerchantCandyLine1b D: MerchantCandy Oh... you're not from around here, are you, Sir? PEDDLER_2_IoC_villagectr_001_002 4000 200 MerchantCandyLine1c D: Graham No... but hearing what you're selling sure makes me wish I was. GRAHAM_2_IoC_villagectr_002 2942 300 GrahamMerchantCandyLine2 D: MerchantCandy (laughs) Well, let me know if you want to buy anything. PEDDLER_2_IoC_villagectr_002_000 4406 200 MerchantCandyLine2 T: Second Time

0 0 0 1 D: MerchantCandy Let me know if you want to buy anything. PEDDLER_2_IoC_villagectr_010 1658 0 MerchantCandyLine10 T: Sales Pitch01 BGSpeech 0 0 0 4 D: MerchantCandy It's your loved one feeling down? Then buy her one of our candy clowns! PEDDLER_2_IoC_villagectr_200 5232 3000 BGSpeech D: MerchantCandy Chocolate mistletoe! For a sweet kiss from your lovely miss! PEDDLER_2_IoC_villagectr_201 4258 3000 BGSpeech D: MerchantCandy Want to impress that ginger hair girl around the corner? Then get her one of our ginger snaps today! PEDDLER_2_IoC_villagectr_202 6297 3000 BGSpeech D: MerchantCandy Would you care for a Graham cracker? PEDDLER_2_IoC_villagectr_203 2373 0 BGSpeech T: Sales Pitch02 BGSpeech 0 0 0 4 D: MerchantCandy Honey drops! Get your sweet honey drops here! for your sweet honey today! PEDDLER_2_IoC_villagectr_204 5765 3000 BGSpeech D: MerchantCandy Sugar sugar bombons! PEDDLER_2_IoC_villagectr_205 2002 3000 BGSpeech D: MerchantCandy Ice cream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream! PEDDLER_2_IoC_villagectr_206 3553 3000 BGSpeech D: MerchantCandy Salt water taffy! The saltiest in the Green Isles! PEDDLER_2_IoC_villagectr_207 4153 0 BGSpeech T: Fountain

0 0 0 4 D: MerchantCandy Do you know what's happening to that fountain over there? PEDDLER_2_IoC_villagectr_003 2899 0 MerchantCandyLine3 D: MerchantCandy Oh, and by the way... PEDDLER_2_IoC_villagectr_002_001 2783 0 MerchantCandyLine2b D: Graham No, it's a mystery to me too. GRAHAM_2_IoC_villagectr_004 1872 0 GrahamMerchantCandyLine4 D: MerchantCandy Hmm... PEDDLER_2_IoC_villagectr_004 928 500 MerchantCandyLine4 C: BlackWidow

3 T: First Time Greetings

0 0 0 16 D: Graham Ah, hello, Miss... Widow, is it? GRAHAM_2_IoC_fourwinds_001 2563 0 GrahamWidowLine1 D: BlackWidow Call me Blackie, sugar pie. BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_001_000 3189 0 BlackWidowLine1 D: BlackWidow How may I help you? BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_001_001 2095 0 BlackWidowLine1b D: BlackWidow There is very little that I can't... do... for you... BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_001_002 6171 0 BlackWidowLine1c D: Graham I'm sorry to disappoint you, Ma'am, but I know about your... reputation. GRAHAM_2_IoC_fourwinds_002_000 4221 0 GrahamWidowLine2 D: Graham My son warned... GRAHAM_2_IoC_fourwinds_002_001 1411 0 GrahamWidowLine2b D: Graham Uh... told me, about you. GRAHAM_2_IoC_fourwinds_002_002 1882 0 GrahamWidowLine2c D: Graham And besides that, I'm married, and have been for more than twenty years. GRAHAM_2_IoC_fourwinds_002_003 3518 100 GrahamWidowLine2d D: BlackWidow Oh, curses! - I mean... BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_002_000 4315 0 BlackWidowLine2 D: BlackWidow That doesn't mean we can't have a cozy little conversation, does it? BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_002_001 5092 0 BlackWidowLine2b D: BlackWidow I don't see your wife anywhere around here. BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_002_002 3170 0 BlackWidowLine2c D: BlackWidow Besides, twenty years of being chained to your spouse deserves some kind of... BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_002_003 7556 0 BlackWidowLine2d D: BlackWidow ...reward, doesn't it? BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_002_004 3062 0 BlackWidowLine2e D: Graham Sorry. I'm quite content with Valanice. GRAHAM_2_IoC_fourwinds_003 2495 200 GrahamWidowLine3 D: BlackWidow Well, let me know if you have a change of heart, alright? BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_003_000 5399 0 BlackWidowLine3 D: BlackWidow I'll be waiting. BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_003_001 3244 0 BlackWidowLine3b T: Second Time Greetings

0 0 0 3 D: Graham Hello again, Miss Widow. GRAHAM_2_IoC_fourwinds_004 1091 0 GrahamWidowLine4 D: BlackWidow My sweetmeat... BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_004_000 2198 0 BlackWidowLine4 D: BlackWidow ...sweetheart, I mean! BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_004_001 2110 0 BlackWidowLine4b T: Topics

0 0 2 0 T: News

0 0 2 8 T: Tragedy

0 0 0 15 D: Graham Have you heard any news about what caused yesterday's calamity? GRAHAM_2_IoC_fourwinds_008 3039 0 GrahamWidowLine8 D: BlackWidow Indeed. The stranger has been seen in various places, always wearing that sexy black cloak of his. BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_008 10078 0 BlackWidowLine8 D: Graham Do you know what he's been doing? GRAHAM_2_IoC_fourwinds_009 1237 0 GrahamWidowLine9 D: BlackWidow The man has a fixation with a certain artifact... BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_009_000 3361 0 BlackWidowLine9 D: BlackWidow Pandora's Box. BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_009_001 2468 0 BlackWidowLine9b D: Graham Do you know where this man can be found? GRAHAM_2_IoC_fourwinds_010 1687 0 GrahamWidowLine10 D: BlackWidow My, my, aren't we full of questions? BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_010_000 4047 0 BlackWidowLine10 D: BlackWidow Maybe you and I could go around in a lovely walk, and I could devour... BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_010_001 5160 0 BlackWidowLine10b D: BlackWidow ...ermm, relate you the story of the mysterious man. BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_010_002 6410 0 BlackWidowLine10c D: Graham Thank you for the... kindness, but I'm in a hurry. GRAHAM_2_IoC_fourwinds_011 2961 0 GrahamWidowLine11 D: BlackWidow The most interesting meals... BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_011_000 3493 0 BlackWidowLine11 D: BlackWidow ...men! I mean... are always rushing everything. BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_011_001 5696 0 BlackWidowLine11b D: BlackWidow But no, my dear, nobody knows about the strange man's whereabouts. BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_011_002 5639 0 BlackWidowLine11c D: BlackWidow My sisters are working hard at it, but it just seems he totally vanishes after making his appearance. BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_011_003 6661 0 BlackWidowLine11d D: BlackWidow Quite a hard fish to eat... catch! BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_011_004 3512 0 BlackWidowLine11e T: Other News

0 0 1 14 T: Cause of Strange Events

0 0 1 18 T: Shadows (Hunters)

0 0 0 5 D: Graham What can you tell me about... GRAHAM_2_IoC_villageupper_017_000 2208 0

D: Graham ...voodoo? GRAHAM_2_IoC_villageupper_017_001 666 0

D: BlackWidow Oh, my! BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_502 2059 0

D: Narrator This is not New Orleans, and you are not a certain-womanizer-failure-as-a-writer-loser-to-be-shadow-hunter-kinda-werewolf-Grace-is-gone-bad-hair-act-broke-dude-now-owns-a-castle Mr. Knight, Graham! NARRATOR_2_IoC_fourwinds_100_000 13302 0

D: Narrator Which reminds me... Where is Gabriel Knight 4? NARRATOR_2_IoC_fourwinds_100_001 3745 0

D: Graham Have you had any reports on the cause of these strange occurrences? GRAHAM_2_IoC_fourwinds_016 2939 0 GrahamWidowLine16 D: BlackWidow It's all a mystery! BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_015_000 1250 0 BlackWidowLine15 D: BlackWidow Maybe you could decipher it, with my help... if you'd only let me nibble... BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_015_001 9339 0 BlackWidowLine15b D: BlackWidow ...uh, whisper it in your ear, of course! BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_015_002 3921 0 BlackWidowLine15c D: Graham Don't make me wait for tomorrow's edition of the newspaper. GRAHAM_2_IoC_fourwinds_017 2246 0 GrahamWidowLine17 D: BlackWidow These victims... BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_016_000 1294 0 BlackWidowLine16 D: BlackWidow Men, I mean, of today have lost their sense of humor. BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_016_001 5569 0 BlackWidowLine16b D: Graham Maybe because you've eaten them all! GRAHAM_2_IoC_fourwinds_018_000 1922 0 GrahamWidowLine18 D: Graham ...uh, overwhelmed them all, I mean! GRAHAM_2_IoC_fourwinds_018_001 2593 0 GrahamWidowLine18b D: BlackWidow Very funny, sugar pie. BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_017_000 2697 0 BlackWidowLine17 D: BlackWidow No, nobody knows the cause of these events. BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_017_001 3717 0 BlackWidowLine17b D: BlackWidow Some diced people... BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_017_002 1368 0 BlackWidowLine17c D: BlackWidow ...wise people, I mean, from the city of Astratos, have gathered in secret meetings, but we still need to hear a verdict. BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_017_003 7599 0 BlackWidowLine17d D: Graham The city of Astratos? GRAHAM_2_IoC_fourwinds_019 1151 0 GrahamWidowLine19 D: BlackWidow You need to get out there, sweetmeat... BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_018_000 2445 0 BlackWidowLine18 D: BlackWidow I mean, sweetheart! BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_018_001 2318 0 BlackWidowLine18b D: BlackWidow I'm talking about the great city of Time, Astratos. BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_018_002 3911 0 BlackWidowLine18c D: Graham Hmmm.... GRAHAM_2_IoC_fourwinds_020 1196 1000 GrahamWidowLine20 D: Graham Aside from the wedding events, is there anything else? GRAHAM_2_IoC_fourwinds_012 2145 0 GrahamWidowLine12 D: BlackWidow There have been reports of strange occurrences, not only from local reporters, but birds from other nearby lands - Serenia mostly. BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_012_000 6843 0 BlackWidowLine12 D: BlackWidow And some from very far away. BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_012_001 2674 0 BlackWidowLine12b D: BlackWidow Daventry, even. BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_012_002 1898 0 BlackWidowLine12c D: Graham What sorts of reports? GRAHAM_2_IoC_fourwinds_013 1173 0 GrahamWidowLine13 D: BlackWidow Oh, you are a clever rhyme-master. BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_013_000 4767 0 BlackWidowLine13 D: BlackWidow But since you asked: BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_013_002 2862 0 BlackWidowLine13b D: BlackWidow In some of the forests of Serenia, the locals have observed that some of the trees that have lost their leaves are starting to regain them... BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_013_003 6944 0 BlackWidowLine13c D: BlackWidow ...and the leaves are beginning to phase from brown to green. BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_013_004 5250 0 BlackWidowLine13d D: Graham Goodness! GRAHAM_2_IoC_fourwinds_014 548 0 GrahamWidowLine14 D: BlackWidow And here there have been many more strange occurrences, even here, among the members of the newsletter staff. BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_014_000 6305 0 BlackWidowLine14 D: BlackWidow Some notes that the scribes write, start to fade if they are left alone for very long. BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_014_001 4818 0 BlackWidowLine14b D: BlackWidow It's getting harder and harder to get anything done around here. BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_014_002 4493 0 BlackWidowLine14c D: Graham Strange... GRAHAM_2_IoC_fourwinds_015 1576 1000 GrahamWidowLine15 D: Graham Any good news today? GRAHAM_2_IoC_fourwinds_005 946 0 GrahamWidowLine5 D: BlackWidow Well, good news just walked in the door in the form of you, stranger, but otherwise, nothing particularly cheerful, I'm afraid. BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_005_000 9601 0 BlackWidowLine5 D: BlackWidow That luscious Alexander and that succule... BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_005_001 4356 0 BlackWidowLine5b D: BlackWidow ...pretty little sister of his, I mean, are still asleep, so the news-birds say, and things seem to be doing badly... BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_005_002 9082 0 BlackWidowLine5c D: Graham I know that. GRAHAM_2_IoC_fourwinds_006 916 0 GrahamWidowLine6 D: BlackWidow But things may be looking up for me, at least, since you've shown up. BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_006 6373 0 BlackWidowLine6 D: Graham I don't want to get tangled up in any of your schemes, Miss Widow. GRAHAM_2_IoC_fourwinds_007 2816 0 GrahamWidowLine7 D: BlackWidow Blackie, sugar pie, Blackie. BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_007 4832 0 BlackWidowLine7 T: Goodbye

0 0 0 5 D: Graham I'd better be leaving. GRAHAM_2_IoC_fourwinds_021 972 0 GrahamWidowLine21 D: BlackWidow Alright... BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_019_000 2092 0 BlackWidowLine19 D: BlackWidow But promise me you'll be back, tall, handsome... BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_019_001 5122 0 BlackWidowLine19b D: BlackWidow ...and tasty... BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_019_002 4761 0 BlackWidowLine19c D: Graham Maybe. GRAHAM_2_IoC_fourwinds_022 816 0 GrahamWidowLine22 C: Death Message

1 T: Black Widow

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator These people have a very strange way to deal with public relations. DEATH MESSAGE_2_IoC_fourwinds_001_000 3958 0

D: Narrator Who did they learn from? Neil? DEATH MESSAGE_2_IoC_fourwinds_001_001 2710 0

C: Butterfly

6 T: BlackWidow Appears Part 1

0 0 0 1 D: BlackWidow Oh my... BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_501_001_001 2140 0 BlackWidowDeathLine1 T: BlackWidow Appears Part 2

0 0 0 1 D: BlackWidow ...a luscious morsel, all for me! BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_501_001_002 4068 0

T: Graham Walk Away

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator These people have a very strange way to deal with public relations. DEATH MESSAGE_2_IoC_fourwinds_001_000 3958 0

T: Black Widow Talk

0 0 0 2 D: Graham Miss Widow, please stop! GRAHAM_3_IoC_village_001 1670 0

D: Narrator The widow doesn't seem to be listening. She's too enthralled by what she wants to be her next meal! NARRATOR_IoC_village_001 0 0

T: Butterfly Talk

0 0 0 3 D: Graham Stay strong, I'll save you! GRAHAM_3_IoC_village_002 2405 0 GrahamButterflyLine1 D: Narrator That didn't seem to give the butterfly much hope, Graham. NARRATOR_3_IoC_village_082_000 3064 0

D: Narrator Do something quick! NARRATOR_3_IoC_village_082_001 1690 0

T: Butterfly Talk 2

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator No talking butterflies today, sorry! NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_019_000 3114 0

D: Narrator Maybe tomorrow you'll have better luck. NARRATOR_2_IoB_maze_019_001 2186 0

C: MountgoBrothers

4 T: Nymph

0 0 0 10 D: Graham I have a request, sirs. GRAHAM_4_IoC_villagectr_006_000 0 0 GrahamMerchantRugConversationLine8 D: Graham I met a sea nymph who would like to fly. GRAHAM_4_IoC_villagectr_006_001 0 0 GrahamMerchantRugConversationLine8b D: Graham I don't suppose you've fixed your balloon problem? GRAHAM_4_IoC_villagectr_006_002 0 0 GrahamMerchantRugConversationLine8c D: MerchantRug No, it's still ripped. AMAR_4_IoC_villagectr_008 0 0 MerchantRugConversationLine10 D: Graham What do you need to fix that balloon? GRAHAM_4_IoC_villagectr_007 0 0 GrahamMerchantRugConversationLine9 D: MerchantRug Let's see... Cloth to repair the rip, and a new source of heat to make the air inside hot enough that the balloon will rise. AMAR_4_IoC_villagectr_009 0 0 MerchantRugConversationLine11 D: Graham I'll see what I can find. GRAHAM_4_IoC_villagectr_009 0 0 GrahamMerchantRugConversationLine10 D: MerchantRugRyoo Thank you! RYOO_4_IoC_villagectr_006_000 0 0 MerchantRugRyooConversationLine6 D: MerchantRugRyoo Here, take this in thanks - it's not much, but it's the best carpet we have. RYOO_4_IoC_villagectr_006_001 0 0 MerchantRugRyooConversationLine6b D: MerchantRugRyoo If you can save our balloon, it'll be well worth it! RYOO_4_IoC_villagectr_006_002 0 0 MerchantRugRyooConversationLine6c T: First Time Greetings

0 0 0 27 D: Graham Excuse me, I couldn't help overhearing and wondering... GRAHAM_4_IoC_villagectr_001_000 0 0 GrahamMerchantRugConversationLine1 D: Graham You're trying to earn money to fix a balloon? GRAHAM_4_IoC_villagectr_001_001 0 0 GrahamMerchantRugConversationLine1b D: MerchantRug Yes, but don't think it's something frivolous. AMAR_4_IoC_villagectr_003_000 0 0 MerchantRugConversationLine3 D: MerchantRug This is our livelihood that's been destroyed. AMAR_4_IoC_villagectr_003_001 0 0 MerchantRugConversationLine3b D: MerchantRugRyoo I'm Ryoo, and this is my brother Amar. RYOO_4_IoC_villagectr_002_000 0 0 MerchantRugRyooConversationLine2 D: MerchantRugRyoo We're the famous Mountgo Brothers! RYOO_4_IoC_villagectr_002_001 0 0 MerchantRugRyooConversationLine2b D: Graham Graham - it's nice to meet you, though I admit I haven't heard of you myself. GRAHAM_4_IoC_villagectr_002 0 0 GrahamMerchantRugConversationLine2 D: MerchantRug We used to run a hot air balloon service, tours of the Isle of the Sacred Mountain from the air, the way it was meant to be seen! AMAR_4_IoC_villagectr_004_000 0 0 MerchantRugConversationLine4 D: MerchantRug But...Lord Azure refused to let us give any tours after that "reporter" fell out. AMAR_4_IoC_villagectr_004_001 0 0 MerchantRugConversationLine4b D: MerchantRugRyoo I told him not to lean so far over the edge! RYOO_4_IoC_villagectr_003 0 0 MerchantRugRyooConversationLine3 D: MerchantRug And now the balloon's ripped, so we can't even try to take our idea elsewhere. AMAR_4_IoC_villagectr_005 0 0 MerchantRugConversationLine5 D: Graham I see. GRAHAM_4_IoC_villagectr_003_000 0 0 GrahamMerchantRugConversationLine3 D: Graham And you can't just repair it? GRAHAM_4_IoC_villagectr_003_001 0 0 GrahamMerchantRugConversationLine3b D: MerchantRug We could if we had any cloth, or thread strong enough to sew it together, or the money to pay for those things. AMAR_4_IoC_villagectr_006_000 0 0 MerchantRugConversationLine6 D: MerchantRug But since our business went under, we're broke. AMAR_4_IoC_villagectr_006_001 0 0 MerchantRugConversationLine6b D: MerchantRugRyoo We've taken up trying to sell used magic carpets, but business is terrible. RYOO_4_IoC_villagectr_004_000 0 0 MerchantRugRyooConversationLine4 D: MerchantRugRyoo And no one wants a used magic carpet! RYOO_4_IoC_villagectr_004_001 0 0 MerchantRugRyooConversationLine4b D: MerchantRugRyoo They're just not as plush or as reliable as the new ones. RYOO_4_IoC_villagectr_004_002 0 0 MerchantRugRyooConversationLine4c D: Graham I'm sorry to hear that. GRAHAM_4_IoC_villagectr_004 0 0 GrahamMerchantRugConversationLine4 D: MerchantRug So are we. AMAR_4_IoC_villagectr_007_000 0 0 MerchantRugConversationLine7 D: MerchantRug I don't suppose you're interested in a used magic carpet? AMAR_4_IoC_villagectr_007_001 0 0 MerchantRugConversationLine7b D: Graham No, thank you. GRAHAM_4_IoC_villagectr_005_000 0 0 GrahamMerchantRugConversationLine5 D: Graham I've had some questionable experiences with them before. GRAHAM_4_IoC_villagectr_005_001 0 0 GrahamMerchantRugConversationLine5b D: MerchantRugRyoo (sighs) It figures. RYOO_4_IoC_villagectr_005_000 0 0 MerchantRugRyooConversationLine5 D: MerchantRugRyoo

Well, if you change your mind, or think up any way to repair a balloon, let us know!

RYOO_4_IoC_villagectr_005_001 0 0 MerchantRugRyooConversationLine5b D: Graham Thank you. GRAHAM_4_IoC_villagectr_012 0 0 GrahamMerchantRugConversationLine6 D: MerchantRug Stop by again! AMAR_4_IoC_villagectr_012 0 0 MerchantRugConversationLine8 T: Second Time Greetings

0 0 0 2 D: Graham What was it that you needed to fix that balloon again? GRAHAM_4_IoC_villagectr_010 0 0 GrahamMerchantRugConversationLine7 D: MerchantRug Let's see... Cloth to repair the rip, and a new source of heat to make the air inside hot enough that the balloon will rise. AMAR_4_IoC_villagectr_009 0 0 MerchantRugConversationLine9 T: Overheard

0 0 0 5 D: MerchantRug We just need to work a little harder, and then we'll have the money to fix the balloon! AMAR_4_IoC_villagectr_001 0 0 MerchantRugConversationLine1 D: MerchantRugRyoo It's hopeless! RYOO_4_IoC_villagectr_001_000 0 0 MerchantRugRyooConversationLine1 D: MerchantRugRyoo No one wants to buy a used magic carpet! RYOO_4_IoC_villagectr_001_001 0 0 MerchantRugRyooConversationLine1b D: MerchantRugRyoo We haven't sold one all week. RYOO_4_IoC_villagectr_001_002 0 0 MerchantRugRyooConversationLine1c D: MerchantRug We'll figure out something, Ryoo, just be optimistic! AMAR_4_IoC_villagectr_002 0 0 MerchantRugConversationLine2

1 2 C: Action - Look

44 T: Global

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Wherever Graham looks, there is so much activity. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_001_000 2897 0

D: Narrator The village is surely busy with so many visitors that came for the wedding! NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_001_001 3878 0

D: Narrator It's heartening to see the townsfolk getting back into their daily routines, in spite of everything. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_001_002 6267 0

T: FourWinds

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator That building is the main hub of The Four Winds, a newsletter published and distributed throughout the Green Isles, the most trustworthy source of information in all the land. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_005 9557 0

D: Narrator After reading many volumes of this prestigious gazette, Graham has always wanted to visit the facilities. NARRATOR_2_IoC_fourwinds_001_000 5632 0

D: Narrator He's impressed at how hard they work on it. NARRATOR_2_IoC_fourwinds_001_001 2404 0

T: BannerL

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator The banner reads "Happy 21st Birthday King Alexander and... Princess Rose"? NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_012_000 6150 0

D: Narrator The rain must have washed off the last three letters. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_012_001 3800 0

D: Narrator Strange that only those last letters should vanish, though. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_012_002 3526 0

T: CandyCart

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator A small cart with a colorfully lettered sign above it saying "Candy" stands by the fountain. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_014 5131 0

T: Fountain

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Are Graham's eyes deceiving him, or is that fountain... flowing backwards? NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_016 5876 0

T: Restaurant

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator A couple of days ago, the royal family had dinner at this restaurant at Cassima's insistence. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_010_000 5584 0

T: Hotel

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham glances at the inn and smiles, remembering how he used to frequent "The Prattling Pony" back in his youth, when he was eager for his first adventure. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_013_000 8931 0

D: Narrator This one is called "Crown Pint" and it seems very crowded, because of the celebration, of course. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_014_000 5915 0

T: BlackSmithForge

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Irons, tongs and other instruments are arranged very messily over this blacksmith's stand. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_005_000 5797 0

T: MapStand

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham wonders if the Isles get enough visitors to support a life as a map seller. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_027 4701 0

T: LampStand

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Now that's odd. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_019_000 1841 0

D: Narrator The sign says "Old Lamps for New"... NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_019_001 2664 0

D: Narrator But that doesn't sound like a very sensible trade on the merchant's part. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_019_002 3917 0

T: ClothingStand

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator There are some outfits on display that even Graham wouldn't feel uncomfortable in! NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_029 4857 0

T: CarpetStand

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator "Magic Carpets," eh? NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_021_000 1802 0

D: Graham I generally don't trust magic carpets... but these may be useful. GRAHAM_IoC_Village_302_000 4150 0

D: Graham And some of these do look like there's some magic in them yet. GRAHAM_IoC_Village_302_001 2905 0

T: Bazaar

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The little bazaar welcomes visitors to the view the wares the merchants offer. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_002 4191 0

T: BlackSmith

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The smithy looks hard at work. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_007_000 1802 0

D: Narrator Graham appreciates people with such a strong will to make an honest living. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_007_001 4896 0

T: BlackSmithBox

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Hmmm... What could be hiding in this little box? NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_008 3721 0

T: FourWindsSign

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The sign displays the name proudly. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_010 2625 0

T: FourWindsDoor

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator This is the main counter, where contributors submit material for the newsletter. NARRATOR_2_IoC_fourwinds_002 4450 0

D: Narrator The business is open for visitors, although the host seems a little vicious. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_011 4505 0

T: BlackWidow

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator A spider's web decorates most of the left section of the counter. NARRATOR_2_IoC_fourwinds_003_000 3786 0

D: Narrator A large black spider is clinging to the web. NARRATOR_2_IoC_fourwinds_004_000 2409 0

T: MerchantCandy

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The young peddler stands waiting for an interested buyer to approach him. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_014b_000 3761 0

D: Narrator With all these children afoot, he's probably been making a respectable profit today. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_014b_001 4857 0

T: Girl

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator A young girl sits on the edge of the fountain, looking at it with great curiosity. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_018 4661 0

T: Boy

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator A young boy sits on the edge of the fountain, staring with transfixed amazement at it. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_019 4896 0

T: ChildrenRunning

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham still remembers when, as a child, he would run amuck just like these children, without any preoccupations to worry about. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_020 8069 0

T: Villager

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Not even in Daventry do people look so alive and strong-willed after such a tragedy. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_024 6267 0

T: MerchantMap

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Not even in Daventry do people look so alive and strong-willed after such a tragedy. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_024 6267 0

T: MerchantLamp

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator This old merchant had better have a good reason for being in a trade as odd as that. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_028 4975 0

T: MerchantClothes

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator A dark-haired young woman is selling many different types of clothing. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_029_000 3878 0

D: Narrator It looks like her wares come from countries other than just the Green Isles. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_029_001 4348 0

T: GlobalVillageMain

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Ah... The Village of the Isle of the Crown. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagemain_001_000 2450 0

D: Narrator Finally, Graham can see with his own eyes the place where so many of Alexander's stories were born. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagemain_001_001 5691 0

D: Narrator He now remembers Ali, the bookshop owner, and although he can't quite remember the name of the pawnshop owner, he knows how kind this man was to his son. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagemain_001_002 9374 0

T: Arch

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The main path continues through the arch and out of the village, into the green hills of the Isle of the Crown. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagemain_002 5987 0

T: Bookshop

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Ali's bookstore is located on the first level of a two-story building. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagemain_004_000 4136 0

D: Narrator Judging by what Graham can see through the window, the bookstore is well-stocked for such a small village. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagemain_004_001 6165 0

T: Pawnshop

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Somewhat obscured by the neighboring building, this unassuming small shop is undoubtedly much more interesting on the inside than on the outside. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagemain_007 9196 0

T: Apartment

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator An upper story of Ali's bookstore serves as a small apartment where Ali and his family live. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_007_000 5722 0

T: BookshopDoor

0 0 2 0 T: Day

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The bookstore looks as if it's open today. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagemain_005 3066 0

T: Night

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Everybody seems to have gone home for the day. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagemain_006 2880 0

T: PawnshopDoor

0 0 3 0 T: Day

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The pawnshop looks like it's open today. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagemain_009 3158 0

T: Night

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Everybody seems to have gone home for the day. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagemain_010 3158 0

T: Closed

0 0 0 1 D: Graham The owner must be out. I'll check back later. GRAHAM_2_IoC_Village_300 2643 0

T: Bells

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Many shops in the village are equipped with bells like these on their front doors, to alert the owners to the arrival of customers. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_016 7249 0

T: PawnShopTrunk

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator An old chest has been abandoned here, its contents unknown. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_018_000 3819 0

D: Narrator Were his children here, Rosella would've opened it by now, while Alexander would be warning her to be more cautious. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_018_001 6235 0

D: Narrator Though neither lacks for bravery or creativity, Graham's daughter has always been more like her father, while Alexander has took to Valanice's more wary approach to such things. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_018_002 10745 0

T: Vases

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Some vases have been left outside of the pawnshop, although Graham can't quite fathom why they are here or what their purpose is, maybe the shop's owner is just trying to get rid of them? NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_020 11215 0

T: Building05

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham's never been able to ascertain the purpose of this building. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_022_000 3604 0

D: Narrator He even asked his son and Cassima about it while they walked through the town a few days ago, but neither of them could put their finger on it either. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_022_002 8529 0

T: Plants

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator It's a miracle the plants survived yesterday's weather and were not drowned in the rain. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagemain_024 4897 0

T: PalmTrees

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Thankfully, the palm trees were strong enough to survive the bad weather. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagemain_026_000 4054 0

D: Narrator Who knows what kind of destruction they might have wrought if they hadn't? NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagemain_026_001 4565 0

T: MerchantRug

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Not even in Daventry do people look so alive and strong-willed after such a tragedy. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_024 6267 0

T: Town

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The modest yet particularly unique village of the Isle of the Crown stands firm around the square and just below the tall hills. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_002_000 6809 0

T: BannerL2

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Wait a minute! That banner was struck by lightning yesterday! What's going on? GRAHAM_2_IoC_villagemain_001 3803 0 GrahamBannerLine T: FountainNormal

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Ahhh, refreshing. GRAHAM_2_IoC_villageupper_503 2721 0

T: BlackSmithForgeClosed

0 0 0 2 D: Graham The blacksmith's shop is closed. GRAHAM_IoC_Village_303_000 1660 0

D: Graham Maybe he'll be open later in the day. GRAHAM_IoC_Village_303_001 2237 0

C: Action - Hand

22 T: Restaurant

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham doesn't feel particularly hungry. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_003_000 2586 0

D: Narrator Besides, he has his meals provided for him at the palace. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_003_001 3565 0

T: Hotel

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham doesn't need a room to stay in at this inn. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_004_000 3134 0

D: Narrator He has wonderful quarters in the Castle of the Crown. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_004_001 3565 0

T: BlackSmithForge

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham could imagine many ways that the tools could come in handy, but the blacksmith needs them to do his job. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_006 6816 0

T: BlackSmithBox

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator It's locked shut with a padlock. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_009_000 2233 0

D: Narrator How could Graham possibly open it? NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_009_001 2703 0

T: MerchantItems

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator If Graham wants any of those goods, he should talk to the merchant who owns them. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_015 4871 0

T: Fountain

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Considering the backwards flow of the water, Graham doesn't want to touch it and then find his arm reversed or something worse! NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_017_000 7952 0

T: BookshopDoorNight

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator No one answers. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_010 1584 0

D: Graham The owner must be out. I'll check back later. GRAHAM_2_IoC_Village_300 2643 0

T: PawnshopDoorNight

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator No one answers. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_011 1977 0

T: Arch

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator You aren't a British nanny, Graham, or an infamous international thief. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagemain_014_000 5332 0

D: Narrator There's no way that's going to fit inside your pockets! NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagemain_014_001 3978 0

T: Banner

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Considering the banner was burned and destroyed before his very eyes the previous day, Graham prefers not to touch it. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagemain_015_000 7343 0

D: Narrator Dark magic or not, however, Graham can see the bright side to this. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagemain_015_001 4318 0

D: Narrator If what happened here can be undone, then surely he can reverse what's been done to his children as well! NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagemain_015_002 7015 0

T: PawnShopTrunk

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham's intuition as an experienced adventurer tells him there's nothing useful in there. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_019_000 5490 0

D: Narrator Somewhere, somehow, some hand of fate decided that this chest didn't need to be opened, or contain any items, almost as though by some grand cosmic game design. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_019_001 11928 0

T: Vases

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham peeks into one of the vases and finds... NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_021_000 3392 0

T: PalmTrees

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Unless he has a good reason to do so, Graham is better off not trying to climb the trees. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagemain_027 5768 0

T: Vases 2

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator ...nothing. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_021_001 1585 0

T: Basket

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator ...nothing. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_021_001 1585 0

T: BlackWidow Part 1

0 0 0 1 D: BlackWidow Oh my... BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_501_001_001 2140 0 BlackWidowDeathLine1 T: BlackWidow Part 2

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Ooooh! GRAHAM_SFX_001 631 0 GrahamDeathLine1 T: Building05

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Better to leave it to be. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_023_000 1558 0

D: Narrator Whatever this business is, it's closed, and Graham almost feels that the whole facade would just fall over and reveal itself to be a painted plank of wood, there for show and to add color to the background. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_023_001 11943 0

T: Town

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The walk through the residential section is nice, but Graham has already seen it with his son and today is not the day to relax. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_002 0 0

T: BlackWidow Part 3

0 0 0 1 D: BlackWidow ...a luscious morsel, all for me! BW_2_IoC_fourwinds_501_001_002 4068 0 BlackWidowDeathLine2 T: MagicCarpetsOwner

0 0 0 1 D: Graham I wonder where the owner is? GRAHAM_IoC_Village_304 1453 0

T: FountainNormal

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Ahhh, refreshing. GRAHAM_2_IoC_villageupper_503 2752 0


1 2 C: Action - Look

14 T: Global

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator The village square is abandoned as the rain splashes down and dominates the scene here, giving the place a distinct feeling of hushed fear and loneliness. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_001_000 8582 0

D: Narrator The people and merchants have gone home, shutting themselves inside on this dreary and tragic day, leaving Graham's eyes and inner demons to play tricks on him and let him think he keeps seeing someone or something just out of sight. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_001_001 14655 0

D: Narrator Every time he turns to look, however, it's the same sight: just more rain. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_001_002 5406 0

T: FourWinds

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator That building is the main hub of The Four Winds, a newsletter published and distributed throughout the Green Isles, the most trustworthy source of information in all the land. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_005 9557 0

T: CandyCart

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The sign stands firm under the pouring rain. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_004 2724 0

T: Fountain

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham can remember the echoes of the children gleefully playing around the fountain just yesterday. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_008_000 5562 0

D: Narrator Sadly, all he hears now is the endless hollow echo of the rain on the stones. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_008_001 5601 0

T: Restaurant

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator A couple of days ago, the royal family had dinner at this restaurant at Cassima's insistence. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_010_000 5584 0

D: Narrator It was a different night from those at the castle among luxury, servants and endless varieties of food, but the privacy of the night, accompanied by the candlelight, the friendly bards, and the exquisite wines made of it something to remember. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_010_001 14281 0

T: Hotel

0 0 0 5 D: Narrator Graham glances at the inn and smiles, remembering how he used to frequent "The Prattling Pony" back in his youth, when he was eager for his first adventure. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_013_000 8931 0

D: Narrator Then he decided to become a Knight and... NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_013_001 2468 0

D: Graham Hey, that was a long time ago... GRAHAM_1_IoC_villageupper_001 1492 0

D: Narrator This one is called "Crown Pint" and it seems very crowded, because of the celebration, of course. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_014_000 5915 0

D: Narrator It seems that everyone wanted to get as close to the castle as they could! NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_014_001 4113 0

T: BlackSmithForge

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator A blacksmith's forge, sheltered from the rain, sits cold and dark, its owner somewhere far away. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_015 6032 0

T: MapStand

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator A small stand, bearing the sign "Maps" stands abandoned. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_018 4231 0

T: LampStand

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Now that's odd. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_019_000 1841 0

D: Narrator The sign says "Old Lamps for New" NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_019_001 2664 0

D: Narrator But that doesn't sound like a very sensible trade on the merchant's part. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_019_002 3917 0

T: Bazaar

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator A clothing stand, its wares safely sheltered from the bad weather, stands unattended, like the many others to either side of it. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_020 7756 0

T: Building00

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The modest yet particularly unique village of the Isle of the Crown stands firm around the square and just below the tall hills. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_002_000 6809 0

D: Narrator Alexander told his father that the Isle of the Crown has prospered in the last few years, a booming economy leading to the growth of the town and allowing its people to live comfortably. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_002_001 9780 0

T: SignFourWinds

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The sign stands firm under the pouring rain. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_004 2724 0

T: BlackSmithBox

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Hmmm... What could be hiding in this little box? NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_008 3721 0

T: Restaurant2

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator A nice little terrace sits on top of the building. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_011_000 2860 0

D: Narrator On crowded nights, and on special occasions, the restaurant owners set it up for guests to enjoy the beautiful view. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_011_001 6620 0

D: Narrator Alexander brought Cassima here on the night of their first anniversary, the queen told Graham. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_011_002 5641 0

C: Action - Hand

7 T: DoorRestaurant

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator No food and no ale await Graham through these doors, since the restaurant is closed for the remainder of the day, like the rest of the village shops. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_012 7743 0

T: DoorHotel

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The inn is no doubt filled with worried villagers and guests as it is. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_017_000 4583 0

D: Narrator Graham doesn't need to add to the commotion. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_017_001 2468 0

T: FourWinds

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The events must have been truly frightening to the citizens of the island, because even the Four Winds has closed its doors today. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_006 6659 0

T: Fountain

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham stirs the stagnated water inside the fountain, causing ripples along the surface. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_009_000 5288 0

D: Narrator His reflection is blurred between that and the pattering raindrops. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_009_001 4231 0

T: BlackSmithForge

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham has no use for any of these tools just now, and it would be awfully rude to steal them. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_016 5601 0

T: Stands

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Neither the owners nor their goods are anywhere to be seen. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_022 3347 0

T: BlackSmithBox

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator It's locked shut with a padlock. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_009_000 2233 0

D: Narrator How could Graham possibly open it? NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_009_001 2703 0

1 2 C: Action - Look

14 T: Global

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The village square is abandoned as the rain splashes down and dominates the scene here, giving the place a distinct feeling of hushed fear and loneliness. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_001_000 8582 0

T: FourWinds

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator That building is the main hub of The Four Winds, a newsletter published and distributed throughout the Green Isles, the most trustworthy source of information in all the land. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_005 9557 0

T: CandyCart

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The sign stands firm under the pouring rain. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_004 2724 0

T: Fountain

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham can remember the echoes of the children gleefully playing around the fountain just yesterday. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_008_000 5562 0

D: Narrator Sadly, all he hears now is the endless hollow echo of the rain on the stones. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_008_001 5601 0

T: Restaurant

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator A couple of days ago, the royal family had dinner at this restaurant at Cassima's insistence. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_010_000 5584 0

T: Hotel

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham glances at the inn and smiles, remembering how he used to frequent "The Prattling Pony" back in his youth, when he was eager for his first adventure. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_013_000 8931 0

D: Narrator This one is called "Crown Pint" and it seems very crowded, because of the celebration, of course. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_014_000 5915 0

T: BlackSmithForge

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator A blacksmith's forge, sheltered from the rain, sits cold and dark, its owner somewhere far away. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_015 6032 0

T: MapStand

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator A small stand, bearing the sign "Maps" stands abandoned. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_018 4231 0

T: LampStand

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Now that's odd. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_019_000 1841 0

D: Narrator The sign says "Old Lamps for New" NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_019_001 2664 0

D: Narrator But that doesn't sound like a very sensible trade on the merchant's part. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_019_002 3917 0

T: Bazaar

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator A clothing stand, its wares safely sheltered from the bad weather, stands unattended, like the many others to either side of it. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_020 7756 0

T: Building00

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The modest yet particularly unique village of the Isle of the Crown stands firm around the square and just below the tall hills. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_002_000 6809 0

T: SignFourWinds

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The sign stands firm under the pouring rain. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_004 2724 0

T: BlackSmithBox

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Hmmm... What could be hiding in this little box? NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_008 3721 0

T: Restaurant2

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator A nice little terrace sits on top of the building. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_011_000 2860 0

C: Action - Hand

7 T: DoorRestaurant

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator No food and no ale await Graham through these doors, since the restaurant is closed for the remainder of the day, like the rest of the village shops. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_012 7743 0

T: DoorHotel

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The inn is no doubt filled with worried villagers and guests as it is. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_017_000 4583 0

D: Narrator Graham doesn't need to add to the commotion. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_017_001 2468 0

T: FourWinds

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The events must have been truly frightening to the citizens of the island, because even the Four Winds has closed its doors today. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_006 6659 0

T: Fountain

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham stirs the stagnated water inside the fountain, causing ripples along the surface. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_009_000 5288 0

D: Narrator His reflection is blurred between that and the pattering raindrops. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_009_001 4231 0

T: BlackSmithForge

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham has no use for any of these tools just now, and it would be awfully rude to steal them. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_016 5601 0

T: Stands

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Neither the owners nor their goods are anywhere to be seen. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_022 3347 0

T: BlackSmithBox

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator It's locked shut with a padlock. NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_009_000 2233 0

D: Narrator How could Graham possibly open it? NARRATOR_2_IoC_villagectr_009_001 2703 0


1 4 C: Enter Scene

1 T: Banner

0 0 0 1 D: Graham By Heavens! GRAHAM_1_IoC_villagemain_001 727 0

C: Action - Look

16 T: Global

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator The village, normally alive and welcoming, is an unsettling sight today. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_001_000 4696 0

D: Narrator Graham cannot help noticing the shuttered windows, but for some reason, he feels eyes on his back, almost as if this were a village inhabited by ghosts. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_001_001 9085 0

D: Narrator It saddens Graham to think that he should have been celebrating at the castle this day, drinking a glass of wine with Valanice, talking about the bright future of Edgar and Rosella, dancing at the wedding feast with his radiant daughter. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_001_002 13414 0

D: Narrator But no one is celebrating today. Instead, fear and uncertainty grips not only his family, but the citizens of the Isles themselves... NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_001_003 9271 0

T: Arch

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The main path continues through the arch and out of the village, into the green hills of the Isle of the Crown. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_002_000 5987 0

D: Narrator Tonight the hills seem dreary and grey due to the ominous weather. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_002_001 4437 0

T: Banner

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The banner is beyond repair. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_003_002 1674 0

T: Bookshop

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Ali's bookstore is closed. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_004_000 1951 0

D: Narrator The windows are shut and the lights are out. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_004_001 2456 0

D: Narrator It really is just as if Graham walked into a ghost town in the middle of nowhere. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_004_002 5355 0

T: Pawnshop

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The pawnshop, just as the rest of the shops around here, is closed. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_005_000 3973 0

D: Narrator A veil of darkness has befallen this isle, and Graham hopes that the villagers are strong to face up to the adversity and continue about their normal business when the first rays of light reach the island tomorrow, and a new day has begun. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_005_001 13746 0

T: Apartment

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator An upper story of Ali's bookstore serves as a small apartment where Ali and his family live. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_007_000 5722 0

D: Narrator Cassima described Ali's wife as "just adorable" to Graham, and told him she makes a great pumpkin pie that she's always so kind to offer to Cassima when she sees her in the village. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_007_001 11744 0

D: Narrator But, tonight, there is no one at the window, with or without a pie to share. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_007_002 5025 0

T: BookshopDoorFirst

0 0 0 1 D: Graham What?! GRAHAM_1_IoC_villagemain_002 409 0

T: BookshopDoorSecond

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham could have sworn a note was attached to that door... NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_014_000 4056 0

D: Narrator What's going on? NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_014_001 1367 0

T: PawnshopDoorSecond

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham could have sworn a note was attached to that door... NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_014_000 4056 0

D: Narrator What's going on? NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_014_001 1367 0

T: Bells

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Many shops in the village are equipped with bells like these on their front doors, to alert the owners to the arrival of customers. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_016 7249 0

T: PawnShopTrunk

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator An old chest has been abandoned here, its contents unknown. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_018_000 3819 0

D: Narrator Were his children here, Rosella would've opened it by now, while Alexander would be warning her to be more cautious. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_018_001 6235 0

D: Narrator Though neither lacks for bravery or creativity, Graham's daughter has always been more like her father, while Alexander has took to Valanice's more wary approach to such things. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_018_002 10745 0

T: Vases

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Some vases have been left outside of the pawnshop, although Graham can't quite fathom why they are here or what their purpose is; maybe the shop's owner is just trying to get rid of them? NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_020 11215 0

T: Building05

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham's never been able to ascertain the purpose of this building. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_022_000 3604 0

D: Narrator He even asked his son and Cassima about it while they walked through the town a few days ago, but neither of them could put their finger on it either. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_022_002 8529 0

T: Plants

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The plants do not look too happy in this weather. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_024 3405 0

T: PalmTrees

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The storm is just being merciless. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_026_000 2238 0

D: Narrator Graham worries that the trunks or branches could snap off and fall over on top of one of the nearby homes. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_026_001 6084 0

T: Cuato

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator On any other occasion, Graham would laugh at the presence of such a character. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_023_000 4074 0

D: Narrator Now, however, something about him crawls underneath the King's skin, horrifying thoughts cross his mind, and the words he blows into the wind speak to Graham like some kind of bad omen that will not go unheard. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_023_001 14065 0

C: Action - Hand

9 T: Arch

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham is not about to start climbing the arch now. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_012_000 3451 0

D: Narrator People are scared enough as it is without him risking breaking his neck in a fall. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_012_001 4549 0

T: Banner

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham could take the pieces of the once happy banner, but to what end? NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_013_000 4039 0

D: Narrator Even the few remaining pieces that are intact are likely to fall to ash in his pockets. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_013_001 6081 0

T: Chest

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham's intuition as an experienced adventurer tells him there's nothing useful in there. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_019_000 5490 0

D: Narrator Somewhere, somehow, some hand of fate decided that this chest didn't need to be opened, or contain any items, almost as though by some grand cosmic game design. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_019_001 11928 0

T: Vases

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham peeks into one of the vases and finds... NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_021_000 3392 0

T: Building05

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Better to leave it be. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_023_000 1558 0

D: Narrator Whatever this business is, it's closed, and Graham almost feels that the whole facade would just fall over and reveal itself to be a painted plank of wood there for show and to add color to the background. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_023_001 11943 0

T: PalmTrees

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham is not going to help the palm trees fall over and destroy someone's house in the process. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_027 6405 0

T: BookshopDoor

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator No one answers. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_011 1977 0

T: PawnshopDoor

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator No one answers. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_010 1584 0

T: Vases 2

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator ...nothing. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_021_001 1585 0

C: Action - Talk

1 T: Cuato

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham prefers not to talk to this man. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_100_000 2351 0

D: Narrator He makes him feel very uneasy, and he must stay focused. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_100_001 4144 0

1 2 C: Action - Look

16 T: Global

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The village, normally alive and welcoming, is an unsettling sight today. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_001_000 4696 0

D: Narrator Graham cannot help noticing the shuttered windows, but for some reason, he feels eyes on his back, almost as if this were a village inhabited by ghosts. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_001_001 9085 0

T: Arch

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The main path continues through the arch and out of the village, into the green hills of the Isle of the Crown. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_002_000 5987 0

T: Banner

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The banner is beyond repair. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_003_002 1674 0

T: Bookshop

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Ali's bookstore is closed. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_004_000 1951 0

D: Narrator The windows are shut and the lights are out. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_004_001 2456 0

T: Pawnshop

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The pawnshop, just as the rest of the shops around here, is closed. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_005_000 3973 0

T: Apartment

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator An upper story of Ali's bookstore serves as a small apartment where Ali and his family live. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_007_000 5722 0

T: BookshopDoorFirst

0 0 0 1 D: Graham What?! GRAHAM_1_IoC_villagemain_002 409 0

T: BookshopDoorSecond

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham could have sworn a note was attached to that door... NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_014_000 4056 0

D: Narrator What's going on? NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_014_001 1367 0

T: PawnshopDoorSecond

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham could have sworn a note was attached to that door... NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_014_000 4056 0

D: Narrator What's going on? NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_014_001 1367 0

T: Bells

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Many shops in the village are equipped with bells like these on their front doors, to alert the owners to the arrival of customers. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_016 7249 0

T: PawnShopTrunk

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator An old chest has been abandoned here, its contents unknown. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_018_000 3819 0

T: Vases

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Some vases have been left outside of the pawnshop, although Graham can't quite fathom why they are here or what their purpose is; maybe the shop's owner is just trying to get rid of them? NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_020 11215 0

T: Building05

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham's never been able to ascertain the purpose of this building. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_022_000 3604 0

D: Narrator He even asked his son and Cassima about it while they walked through the town a few days ago, but neither of them could put their finger on it either. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_022_002 8529 0

T: Plants

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The plants do not look too happy in this weather. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_024 3405 0

T: PalmTrees

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The storm is just being merciless. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_026_000 2238 0

D: Narrator Graham worries that the trunks or branches could snap off and fall over on top of one of the nearby homes. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_026_001 6084 0

T: Cuato

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator On any other occasion, Graham would laugh at the presence of such a character. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_023_000 4074 0

D: Narrator Now, however, something about him crawls underneath the King's skin, horrifying thoughts cross his mind, and the words he blows into the wind speak to Graham like some kind of bad omen that will not go unheard. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagectr_023_001 14065 0

C: Action - Hand

9 T: Arch

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham is not about to start climbing the arch now. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_012_000 3451 0

D: Narrator People are scared enough as it is without him risking breaking his neck in a fall. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_012_001 4549 0

T: Banner

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham could take the pieces of the once happy banner, but to what end? NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_013_000 4039 0

D: Narrator Even the few remaining pieces that are intact are likely to fall to ash in his pockets. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_013_001 6081 0

T: Chest

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham's intuition as an experienced adventurer tells him there's nothing useful in there. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_019_000 5490 0

D: Narrator Somewhere, somehow, some hand of fate decided that this chest didn't need to be opened, or contain any items, almost as though by some grand cosmic game design. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_019_001 11928 0

T: Vases

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham peeks into one of the vases and finds... NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_021_000 3392 0

T: Building05

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Better to leave it be. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_023_000 1558 0

D: Narrator Whatever this business is, it's closed, and Graham almost feels that the whole facade would just fall over and reveal itself to be a painted plank of wood there for show and to add color to the background. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_023_001 11943 0

T: PalmTrees

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham is not going to help the palm trees fall over and destroy someone's house in the process. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_027 6405 0

T: BookshopDoor

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator No one answers. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_011 1977 0

T: PawnshopDoor

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator No one answers. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_010 1584 0

T: Vases 2

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator ...nothing. NARRATOR_1_IoC_villagemain_021_001 1585 0


1 7 C: Cutscene

2 T: First Entrance

0 0 0 2 D: ArchDruid You're welcome in my home, Graham. But do not tarry long, I have much to do. AD_2_IoM_adhut_001 4914 0 ArchDruidLine1 D: Graham I will not disturb you long, Arch Druid. GRAHAM_2_IoM_adhut_001 2072 0 GrahamLine1 T: Entrance

0 0 0 1 D: ArchDruid Good day, Graham. How goes your quest? AD_2_IoM_adhut_002 2675 0 ArchDruidLine2 C: Action - Look

12 T: Global

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The Arch Druid's hut seems roomier on the inside than it appeared from without. NARRATOR_2_IoM_adhut_001_000 4107 0

D: Narrator The Arch Druid's possessions all reflect his peoples' harmony with the natural world, and their continuing pursuit of knowledge. NARRATOR_2_IoM_adhut_001_001 6403 0

T: ArchDruid

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The Arch Druid stoically wears his cheetah mantle, the mark of his position in this community. NARRATOR_2_IoM_adhut_002_000 4858 0

D: Narrator He's a man whose wisdom and silent pride are clearly observed, as is his stern, serious manner. NARRATOR_2_IoM_adhut_002_001 5840 0

T: Candles

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The Arch Druid has quite a collection of colored candles here! NARRATOR_2_IoM_adhut_003_000 3266 0

D: Narrator Graham is sure each color must have a different purpose and meaning, perhaps in relation to the symbol by which each is set. NARRATOR_2_IoM_adhut_003_001 6468 0

T: CreamCandle

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Interesting. This one has never been lit before. GRAHAM_2_IoM_adhut_002 3149 0 GrahamLine2 T: PaintingOnWall

0 0 2 0 T: First time

0 0 0 17 D: Graham What an amazing portrait! GRAHAM_2_IoM_adhut_003 1580 0 GrahamLine3 D: ArchDruid It is my sister, Aria. AD_2_IoM_adhut_003_000 2486 0 ArchDruidLine2c D: ArchDruid She was lost long ago, kidnapped by some force we could not see, and in that captivity she passed from this world. AD_2_IoM_adhut_003_001 9561 0 ArchDruidLine2d D: Graham I'm sorry to hear of her fate. GRAHAM_2_IoM_adhut_004 1810 0 GrahamLine4 D: ArchDruid It has been many years since then, but she was a noble druidess, and though I miss her, I honor her memory. AD_2_IoM_adhut_004_000 7904 0 ArchDruidLine3 D: ArchDruid Around that same time, there was a druidess of another land, called Fand, who was also stolen from her people... but her fate was never known. AD_2_IoM_adhut_004_001 10746 0 ArchDruidLine3b D: ArchDruid It was Fand who made those candles. AD_2_IoM_adhut_004_002 3769 0 ArchDruidLine3c D: Graham Why are they here? GRAHAM_2_IoM_adhut_005 1298 0 GrahamLine5 D: ArchDruid Fand's family asked me, as Arch Druid, to try to find some sense of her, as their final attempt. AD_2_IoM_adhut_005_000 7467 0 ArchDruidLine4 D: ArchDruid The candles each hold an essence of nature in them and are of her creation, which they sent to me so that I might be aided in my search. AD_2_IoM_adhut_005_001 10792 0 ArchDruidLine4b D: ArchDruid Alas, her presence was either gone or hidden from my powers; nor could she be found even with the help of Spirit Nature. AD_2_IoM_adhut_005_002 8990 0 ArchDruidLine4c D: ArchDruid The family asked that Fand's belongings remain here, should some new way of finding her ever come about. AD_2_IoM_adhut_005_003 7722 0 ArchDruidLine4d D: ArchDruid But none has, and both women are lost to us. AD_2_IoM_adhut_005_004 4819 0 ArchDruidLine4e D: Graham Such a sad story. GRAHAM_2_IoM_adhut_006_000 1379 0 GrahamLine6 D: Graham Who would do such a thing? GRAHAM_2_IoM_adhut_006_001 2209 0 GrahamLine6b D: ArchDruid I do not know, Graham, though I wish I did. AD_2_IoM_adhut_006_000 3502 0 ArchDruidLine5 D: ArchDruid We do not take it lightly when our brethren are harmed. AD_2_IoM_adhut_006_001 3695 0 ArchDruidLine5b T: After first time

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The painting of the druidess is quite remarkable; she almost seems to be alive. NARRATOR_2_IoM_adhut_004_000 4645 0

D: Narrator Graham is amazed by the talent of the artist, and also by the beauty of the subject. NARRATOR_2_IoM_adhut_004_001 4667 0

T: Altar

0 0 2 0 T: BeforePainting

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The Arch Druid has quite a collection of colored candles here! NARRATOR_2_IoM_adhut_003_000 3266 0

T: AfterPainting

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Perhaps the candles on this table have been lit in the hope of Aria's return, offering her a light to see her way home by. NARRATOR_2_IoM_adhut_007 6341 0

T: Books

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The Arch Druid's shelves are lined with the tomes of the wisdom and knowledge he has gathered over the years, and, Graham imagines, that gathered by his predecessors. NARRATOR_2_IoM_adhut_009 9192 0

T: Vases

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Earthenware vases line another shelf. NARRATOR_2_IoM_adhut_011_000 2337 0

D: Narrator Some appear to be empty, while others are corked and likely contain extracts and essences from around the island. NARRATOR_2_IoM_adhut_011_001 6147 0

D: Narrator In fact, one's even labeled "Maple Syrup." NARRATOR_2_IoM_adhut_011_002 3185 0

T: Bags

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Roughly-woven but sturdy bags are collected in this shelf. NARRATOR_2_IoM_adhut_013_000 3231 0

D: Narrator Some are old and worn and appear to be holding items within them, while others are more newly-made and unused. NARRATOR_2_IoM_adhut_013_001 6493 0

T: Window

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Sunlight filters in from outside, adding an air of enchantment to the room. NARRATOR_2_IoM_adhut_017_000 4113 0

D: Narrator Particularly with how the sunbeam lights up the circular pattern drawn on the floor. NARRATOR_2_IoM_adhut_017_001 4833 0

T: ZodiacWheel

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator He's not terribly familiar with these symbols, but Graham does recognize a few of them as being symbols of the signs of the zodiac. NARRATOR_2_IoM_adhut_018 7280 0

T: Stairs

0 0 0 5 D: Narrator Staircases. NARRATOR_3_IoM_adhut_019_000 1056 0

D: Narrator They are used to go up or down. NARRATOR_3_IoM_adhut_019_001 2414 0

D: Narrator And no, there is no secret treasure behind them. NARRATOR_3_IoM_adhut_019_002 2826 0

D: Narrator And if there is, Graham is not going to look for it. NARRATOR_3_IoM_adhut_019_003 2978 0

D: Narrator So... deal with it just being a simple and plain staircase. NARRATOR_3_IoM_adhut_019_004 5169 0

C: Action - Hand

7 T: Candle

0 0 4 0 T: Before talking to AD about

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham should ask the Arch Druid about this peculiar candle before touching or taking it. NARRATOR_3_ADHUT_004 4521 0

T: After talking to AD P2

0 0 0 6 D: ArchDruid But how could you seek Fand's aid, when you did not know of her until moments ago? AD_2_IoM_adhut_008_001 6011 0 ArchDruidLine7b D: Graham I have no idea... but right now, I would seek and accept the aid of anyone. Even a noble druidess I've never met. GRAHAM_2_IoM_adhut_008 5977 0 GrahamLine8 D: ArchDruid If such is the way it was intended... AD_2_IoM_adhut_009_000 3052 0 ArchDruidLine8 D: ArchDruid Take the candle with you, King Graham. AD_2_IoM_adhut_009_001 2980 0 ArchDruidLine8b D: ArchDruid Perhaps Fand will aid you, after all. AD_2_IoM_adhut_009_002 3455 0 ArchDruidLine8c D: Graham Thank you, noble Druid. GRAHAM_2_IoM_adhut_009 1522 0 GrahamLine9 T: After talking to AD P1

0 0 0 3 D: Graham May I try to move the candle, if you will allow me? GRAHAM_2_IoM_adhut_007 2703 0 GrahamLine7 D: ArchDruid It cannot hurt to try. AD_2_IoM_adhut_007_000 1555 0 ArchDruidLine6 D: ArchDruid If you wish, you may. AD_2_IoM_adhut_007_001 2335 0 ArchDruidLine6b T: After talking to AD P1b

0 0 0 1 D: ArchDruid Amazing! You were able to... AD_2_IoM_adhut_008_000 3674 0 ArchDruidLine7 T: Candles

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham prefers not to touch the Arch Druid's candles. NARRATOR_2_IoM_adhut_006 4278 0

T: Altar

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Whatever their precise purpose, Graham feels it would be quite insulting to disturb the table and the candles on it. NARRATOR_2_IoM_adhut_008 6294 0

T: Books

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham trusts that if he truly needs the knowledge locked away in any of these tomes, the Arch Druid will point him to it. NARRATOR_2_IoM_adhut_010 6549 0

T: Vases

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator They haven't been offered, and Graham does not wish to be rude and simply take one. NARRATOR_2_IoM_adhut_012 4478 0

T: Bags

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Though Graham has long known to leave no stone unturned and no path unexplored, he also knows that it's best to leave a Druid's mysterious pouches unopened whenever possible. NARRATOR_2_IoM_adhut_014 10870 0

T: PaintingOnWall

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The Arch Druid was very clear about not meddling with his possessions. NARRATOR_2_IoM_adhut_005 4521 0

C: ArchDruid

2 T: Topics

0 0 12 0 T: Portrait PortraitAria 0 0 0 17 D: Graham What an amazing portrait! GRAHAM_2_IoM_adhut_003 1580 0 GrahamLine3 D: ArchDruid It is my sister, Aria. AD_2_IoM_adhut_003_000 2486 0 ArchDruidLine2c D: ArchDruid She was lost long ago, kidnapped by some force we could not see, and in that captivity, she passed from this world. AD_2_IoM_adhut_003_001 9561 0 ArchDruidLine2d D: Graham I'm sorry to hear of her fate. GRAHAM_2_IoM_adhut_004 1810 0 GrahamLine4 D: ArchDruid It has been many years since then, but she was a noble druidess, and though I miss her, I honor her memory. AD_2_IoM_adhut_004_000 7904 0 ArchDruidLine3 D: ArchDruid Around that same time, there was a druidess of another land, called Fand, who was also stolen from her people... but her fate was never known. AD_2_IoM_adhut_004_001 10746 0 ArchDruidLine3b D: ArchDruid It was Fand who made those candles. AD_2_IoM_adhut_004_002 3769 0 ArchDruidLine3c D: Graham Why are they here? GRAHAM_2_IoM_adhut_005 1298 0 GrahamLine5 D: ArchDruid Fand's family asked me, as Arch Druid, to try to find some sense of her, as their final attempt. AD_2_IoM_adhut_005_000 7467 0 ArchDruidLine4 D: ArchDruid The candles each hold an essence of nature in them and are of her creation, which they sent to me so that I might be aided in my search. AD_2_IoM_adhut_005_001 10792 0 ArchDruidLine4b D: ArchDruid Alas, her presence was either gone or hidden from my powers; nor could she be found even with the help of Spirit Nature. AD_2_IoM_adhut_005_002 8990 0 ArchDruidLine4c D: ArchDruid The family asked that Fand's belongings remain here, should some new way of finding her ever come about. AD_2_IoM_adhut_005_003 7722 0 ArchDruidLine4d D: ArchDruid But none has, and both women are lost to us. AD_2_IoM_adhut_005_004 4819 0 ArchDruidLine4e D: Graham Such a sad story. GRAHAM_2_IoM_adhut_006_000 1379 0 GrahamLine6 D: Graham Who would do such a thing? GRAHAM_2_IoM_adhut_006_001 2209 0 GrahamLine6b D: ArchDruid I do not know, Graham, though I wish I did. AD_2_IoM_adhut_006_000 3502 0 ArchDruidLine5 D: ArchDruid We do not take it lightly when our brethren are harmed. AD_2_IoM_adhut_006_001 3695 0 ArchDruidLine5b T: Fand's Candles Fand's Candles 0 1 0 10 D: Graham You mentioned that the druidess made these. GRAHAM_2_IoM_adhut_010_000 2061 0 GrahamLine10 D: Graham What is so special about them? GRAHAM_2_IoM_adhut_010_001 1704 0 GrahamLine10b D: ArchDruid Each holds some essence of nature within it. AD_2_IoM_adhut_010_000 2973 0 ArchDruidLine9 D: ArchDruid They aid in my studies and communing with nature. AD_2_IoM_adhut_010_001 4375 0 ArchDruidLine9b D: Graham She must have been a very wise woman. GRAHAM_2_IoM_adhut_011 2018 0 GrahamLine11 D: ArchDruid Yes, quite. She was very talented. AD_2_IoM_adhut_011 4619 0 ArchDruidLine10 D: Graham Why is it that one candle has never been burned? GRAHAM_2_IoM_adhut_012 2943 0 GrahamLine12 D: ArchDruid It was the last candle she made, and into it she poured a piece of her own essence. AD_2_IoM_adhut_012_000 5621 0 ArchDruidLine11 D: ArchDruid Only one who sought her aid could ever be able to light it, or even remove it from where it now lies. AD_2_IoM_adhut_012_001 7354 0 ArchDruidLine11b D: ArchDruid But none had been able to. It was not her aid to us we sought, but our aid for her. AD_2_IoM_adhut_012_002 8121 0 ArchDruidLine11c T: The Spirit

0 1 0 15 D: Graham I have spoken with the Spirit! GRAHAM_2_IoM_adhut_013 1688 0 GrahamLine13 D: ArchDruid Amazing! You awoke and spoke to her? AD_2_IoM_adhut_013_000 3625 0 ArchDruidLine12 D: ArchDruid You are quite impressive, King Graham. AD_2_IoM_adhut_013_001 3250 0 ArchDruidLine12b D: ArchDruid What did she tell you? AD_2_IoM_adhut_013_002 2933 0 ArchDruidLine12c D: Graham She gave me one of her emeralds, and she told me... something quite remarkable, of which I'm rather skeptical. GRAHAM_2_IoM_adhut_014 6426 0 GrahamLine14 D: ArchDruid And what was that? AD_2_IoM_adhut_014 1556 0 ArchDruidLine13 D: Graham That my wife, Valanice, is of Druid blood. GRAHAM_2_IoM_adhut_015 3516 0 GrahamLine15 D: ArchDruid Indeed? AD_2_IoM_adhut_015_000 1366 0 ArchDruidLine14 D: ArchDruid How odd... I know nothing of a Druid named Valanice, and I know of all Druids. AD_2_IoM_adhut_015_001 6110 0 ArchDruidLine14b D: ArchDruid That is most peculiar, but if the Spirit says it is so, then it is so. AD_2_IoM_adhut_015_002 6652 0 ArchDruidLine14c D: ArchDruid And an Emerald of Memory you say? AD_2_IoM_adhut_015_003 2765 0 ArchDruidLine14d D: ArchDruid That is an honor. AD_2_IoM_adhut_015_004 1875 0 ArchDruidLine14e D: ArchDruid They can each hold a memory within them and are quite valuable. AD_2_IoM_adhut_015_005 4308 0 ArchDruidLine14f D: ArchDruid Use it well. AD_2_IoM_adhut_015_006 2397 0 ArchDruidLine14g D: Graham I shall. GRAHAM_2_IoM_adhut_016 998 0 GrahamLine16 T: Ingredients Ingredients 0 1 0 15 D: Graham Arch Druid, I have gathered all of the spell ingredients! GRAHAM_2_IoM_adhut_017 3349 0 GrahamIngredientsLine1 D: ArchDruid Excellent. AD_2_IoM_adhut_016_000 913 0 ArchDruidIngredientsLine1 D: ArchDruid Have you sent your children back to Daventry? AD_2_IoM_adhut_016_001 3187 0 ArchDruidIngredientsLine2 D: Graham Rats! I forgot to do that. GRAHAM_2_IoM_adhut_018 1870 0 GrahamIngredientsLine2 D: ArchDruid Go now. AD_2_IoM_adhut_017_000 1243 0 ArchDruidIngredientsLine2 D: ArchDruid And tell your wife to remain by their side. AD_2_IoM_adhut_017_001 2761 0 ArchDruidIngredientsLine2b D: Graham Is there a particular reason for that? GRAHAM_2_IoM_adhut_019 1835 0 GrahamIngredientsLine3 D: ArchDruid The mother-offspring connection is the strongest existent natural bound. AD_2_IoM_adhut_018_000 4418 0 ArchDruidIngredientsLine3 D: ArchDruid They will need this strength. AD_2_IoM_adhut_018_001 2786 0 ArchDruidIngredientsLine3b D: Graham My wife is not very strong herself at these moments. GRAHAM_2_IoM_adhut_020 3626 0 GrahamIngredientsLine4 D: ArchDruid Whether Valanice is lacking in inner power is not the question. AD_2_IoM_adhut_019_000 4293 0 ArchDruidIngredientsLine4 D: ArchDruid The connection is still there. AD_2_IoM_adhut_019_001 3068 0 ArchDruidIngredientsLine4b D: Graham I shall do it then. GRAHAM_2_IoM_adhut_021 1242 0 GrahamIngredientsLine5 D: ArchDruid I shall arrange preparations. AD_2_IoM_adhut_020_000 2257 0 ArchDruidIngredientsLine5 D: ArchDruid Meet me by the fire after you come back. AD_2_IoM_adhut_020_001 3277 0 ArchDruidIngredientsLine5b T: The Isle of Mist The Isle of Mist 0 1 0 21 D: Graham I feel privileged being on this island. GRAHAM_2_IoM_villagehut_003_000 1628 0 GrahamLineADConv4 D: Graham I've heard many stories about it from my son. GRAHAM_2_IoM_villagehut_003_001 2287 0 GrahamLineADConv4b D: Archdruid The Isle of Mist is filled with the wonders and magic of the world of nature... AD_2_IoM_villagehut_003_000 5081 0 ADLine3 D: Archdruid ...and it is in this world we Druids thrive, always seeking to learn more of the wisdom which Mother Nature provides for us. AD_2_IoM_villagehut_003_001 10360 0 ADLine3b D: Archdruid It is a goal one may never fully achieve, we know... AD_2_IoM_villagehut_003_002 4836 0 ADLine3c D: Archdruid ...but we know as well that it is the seeking of the goal which matters more. AD_2_IoM_villagehut_003_003 6568 0 ADLine3d D: Graham That is a noble quest indeed. GRAHAM_2_IoM_villagehut_005_000 1570 0 GrahamLineADConv5 D: Graham Is nature more accessible for learning on this island than the others? GRAHAM_2_IoM_villagehut_005_001 3888 0 GrahamLineADConv5b D: Archdruid The Mist keeps most visitors out, and we like it that way, so that we may commune with Nature unhindered by the distractions most humans would bring here with them. AD_2_IoM_villagehut_004_000 11608 0 ADLine4 D: Archdruid For those who wish to learn, we welcome them into our village. AD_2_IoM_villagehut_004_001 4839 0 ADLine4b D: Archdruid For those who do not seek to harm, we will allow them on our shores. AD_2_IoM_villagehut_004_002 5087 0 ADLine4c D: Archdruid But to any who would cause damage to our way of life and to our island, our shores are ever shut. AD_2_IoM_villagehut_004_003 8236 0 ADLine4d D: Graham One could not expect you would welcome such visitors. GRAHAM_2_IoM_villagehut_006 2241 0 GrahamLineADConv6 D: Archdruid One must be careful with the treasures of Mother Nature. AD_2_IoM_villagehut_005_000 3177 0 ADLine5 D: Archdruid Many come here searching for her spirit. AD_2_IoM_villagehut_005_001 3883 0 ADLine5b D: Graham Can it be found? GRAHAM_2_IoM_villagehut_007 922 0 GrahamLineADConv7 D: Archdruid Of course. AD_2_IoM_villagehut_006_000 1338 0 ADLine6 D: Archdruid Now that you mention it, she could guide you... AD_2_IoM_villagehut_006_001 3368 0 ADLine6b D: Archdruid If only you could speak to her, of course. AD_2_IoM_villagehut_006_002 3330 0 ADLine6c D: Graham And I can't? GRAHAM_2_IoM_villagehut_008 729 0 GrahamLineADConv8 D: Archdruid Only druids may speak to her. AD_2_IoM_villagehut_007 2880 0 ADLine7 T: The Mist Isle

0 1 0 15 D: Graham I feel privileged being on this island. GRAHAM_2_IoM_villagehut_003_000 1628 0 GrahamLineADConv4 D: Graham I've heard many stories about it from my son. GRAHAM_2_IoM_villagehut_003_001 2287 0 GrahamLineADConv4b D: ArchDruid The Isle of Mist is filled with the wonders and magic of the world of nature... AD_2_IoM_villagehut_003_000 5081 0 ADLine3 D: ArchDruid ...and it is in this world we Druids thrive, always seeking to learn more of the wisdom which Mother Nature provides for us. AD_2_IoM_villagehut_003_001 10360 0 ADLine3b D: ArchDruid It is a goal one may never fully achieve, we know... AD_2_IoM_villagehut_003_002 4836 0 ADLine3c D: ArchDruid ...but we know as well that it is the seeking of the goal which matters more. AD_2_IoM_villagehut_003_003 6568 0 ADLine3d D: Graham That is a noble quest indeed. GRAHAM_2_IoM_villagehut_005_000 1570 0 GrahamLineADConv5 D: Graham Is nature more accessible for learning on this island than the others? GRAHAM_2_IoM_villagehut_005_001 3888 0 GrahamLineADConv5b D: ArchDruid The Mist keeps most visitors out, and we like it that way, so that we may commune with Nature unhindered by the distractions most humans would bring here with them. AD_2_IoM_villagehut_004_000 11608 0 ADLine4 D: ArchDruid For those who wish to learn, we welcome them into our village. AD_2_IoM_villagehut_004_001 4839 0 ADLine4b D: ArchDruid For those who do not seek to harm, we will allow them on our shores. AD_2_IoM_villagehut_004_002 5087 0 ADLine4c D: ArchDruid But to any who would cause damage to our way of life and to our island, our shores are ever shut. AD_2_IoM_villagehut_004_003 8236 0 ADLine4d D: Graham One could not expect you would welcome such visitors. GRAHAM_2_IoM_villagehut_006 2241 0 GrahamLineADConv6 D: ArchDruid One must be careful with the treasures of Mother Nature. AD_2_IoM_villagehut_005_000 3177 0 ADLine5 D: ArchDruid Many come here searching for her spirit. AD_2_IoM_villagehut_005_001 3883 0 ADLine5b T: The Spell

0 1 0 5 D: Graham Can you tell me anything more about the spell to save my children? GRAHAM_2_IoM_villagehut_011 2891 0 GrahamLineADConv11 D: ArchDruid No more than you know now. AD_2_IoM_villagehut_010_000 2449 0 ADLine10 D: ArchDruid You have the spell ingredients. AD_2_IoM_villagehut_010_001 3367 0 ADLine10b D: ArchDruid When you have completed the list, bring them back to me. AD_2_IoM_villagehut_010_002 3792 0 ADLine10c D: ArchDruid I can only help you further then. AD_2_IoM_villagehut_010_003 2663 0 ADLine10d T: The Storm

0 1 0 9 D: Graham That was a strange and sudden storm last night. GRAHAM_2_IoM_villagehut_009 2275 0 GrahamLineADConv9 D: ArchDruid It was... AD_2_IoM_villagehut_008_000 1056 0 ADLine8 D: ArchDruid And I do not like it. AD_2_IoM_villagehut_008_001 1966 0 ADLine8b D: ArchDruid There are too many strange things happening for it to all be just coincidence. AD_2_IoM_villagehut_008_002 6128 0 ADLine8c D: Graham What do you mean? GRAHAM_2_IoM_villagehut_010 668 0 GrahamLineADConv10 D: ArchDruid The stranger at your daughter's wedding... AD_2_IoM_villagehut_009_000 2323 0 ADLine9 D: ArchDruid ...the affliction that has now stricken both your children... AD_2_IoM_villagehut_009_001 4361 0 ADLine9b D: ArchDruid ...that unnatural storm. AD_2_IoM_villagehut_009_002 2619 0 ADLine9c D: ArchDruid I feel they must all be connected, but I cannot be sure how. AD_2_IoM_villagehut_009_003 5361 0 ADLine9d T: The Guardian of the Forest Guardian 0 1 0 9 D: Graham The Guardian of the Forest won't let me pass through! GRAHAM_2_IoM_villagehut_013_000 1982 0 GrahamLineADConv13 D: Graham Where did she come from? GRAHAM_2_IoM_villagehut_013_001 1146 0 GrahamLineADConv13b D: ArchDruid The Morrigan is the Guardian of the Mist Forest. AD_2_IoM_villagehut_012_000 3014 0 ADLine12 D: ArchDruid She is fearsome indeed, and men do shake at the sight of her. AD_2_IoM_villagehut_012_001 5020 0 ADLine12b D: ArchDruid Beyond her in the forest is the Sanctuary of Nature, where the Spirit resides - if you can find her. AD_2_IoM_villagehut_012_003 9580 0 ADLine12d D: Graham How can I gain entry to that forest? GRAHAM_2_IoM_villagehut_014 1674 0 GrahamLineADConv14 D: ArchDruid As you are not a druid, Graham, I doubt very much that you can. AD_2_IoM_villagehut_013_000 4427 0 ADLine13 D: ArchDruid Only druids have ever been allowed within the forest, and even we go rarely and do not linger long. AD_2_IoM_villagehut_013_001 6998 0 ADLine13b D: Graham I feel I must -- there's a chance the Spirit may know something of my children's plight. GRAHAM_2_IoM_villagehut_015_000 5344 0 GrahamLineADConv15 T: Help with the Guardian

0 0 0 6 D: Graham Can you tell me more of the Guardian? GRAHAM_2_IoM_villagehut_015_001 1772 0 GrahamLineADConv15b D: Graham Perhaps there is some other way past her. GRAHAM_2_IoM_villagehut_015_002 2034 0 GrahamLineADConv15c D: ArchDruid The Guardian's appearance is, as I said, deceiving, for she delights in even the smallest of the wonders of nature, such as birds and butterflies. AD_2_IoM_villagehut_014_000 11176 0 ADLine14 D: ArchDruid Legends say the Morrigan and her two sister birds were fearsome enough to strike fear into entire armies. AD_2_IoM_villagehut_014_001 8462 0 ADLine14b D: ArchDruid But they are protectors of, and therefore lovers of, nature. AD_2_IoM_villagehut_014_002 5302 0 ADLine14c D: ArchDruid If you can prove yourself a friend to the natural world, then you may stand a chance to gain entrance. AD_2_IoM_villagehut_014_003 8211 0 ADLine14d T: The Guardian

0 0 0 15 D: Graham The Guardian of the Forest won't let me pass through! GRAHAM_2_IoM_villagehut_013_000 1982 500 GrahamLineADConv13 D: Graham Where did she come from? GRAHAM_2_IoM_villagehut_013_001 1146 0 GrahamLineADConv13b D: Archdruid The Morrigan is the Guardian of the Mist Forest. AD_2_IoM_villagehut_012_000 3014 0 ADLine12 D: Archdruid She is fearsome indeed, and men do shake at the sight of her. AD_2_IoM_villagehut_012_001 5020 0 ADLine12b D: Archdruid Beyond her in the forest is the Sanctuary of Nature, where the Spirit resides - if you can find her. AD_2_IoM_villagehut_012_003 9580 0 ADLine12d D: Graham How can I gain entry to that forest? GRAHAM_2_IoM_villagehut_014 1674 0 GrahamLineADConv14 D: Archdruid As you are not a druid, Graham, I doubt very much that you can. AD_2_IoM_villagehut_013_000 4427 0 ADLine13 D: Archdruid Only druids have ever been allowed within the forest, and even we go rarely and do not linger long. AD_2_IoM_villagehut_013_001 6998 0 ADLine13b D: Graham I feel I must -- there's a chance the Spirit may know something of my children's plight. GRAHAM_2_IoM_villagehut_015_000 5344 0 GrahamLineADConv15 D: Graham Can you tell me more of the Guardian? GRAHAM_2_IoM_villagehut_015_001 1772 0 GrahamLineADConv15b D: Graham Perhaps there is some other way past her. GRAHAM_2_IoM_villagehut_015_002 2034 0 GrahamLineADConv15c D: Archdruid The Guardian's appearance is, as I said, deceiving, for she delights in even the smallest of the wonders of nature, such as birds and butterflies. AD_2_IoM_villagehut_014_000 11176 0 ADLine14 D: Archdruid Legends say the Morrigan and her two sister birds were fearsome enough to strike fear into entire armies. AD_2_IoM_villagehut_014_001 8462 0 ADLine14b D: Archdruid But they are protectors of, and therefore lovers of, nature. AD_2_IoM_villagehut_014_002 5302 0 ADLine14c D: Archdruid If you can prove yourself a friend to the natural world, then you may stand a chance to gain entrance. AD_2_IoM_villagehut_014_003 8211 0 ADLine14d T: Goodbye

0 0 0 2 D: Graham I will continue on my quest now. GRAHAM_2_IoM_adhut_022 1975 0 GrahamLine17 D: ArchDruid Look for the signs of Mother Nature. AD_2_IoM_adhut_021 3440 0 ArchDruidLine15 T: Second Time Greetings

0 0 0 1 D: ArchDruid Good day, Graham. How goes your quest? AD_2_IoM_adhut_002 2675 0 ArchDruidLine2 C: Action - Use

9 T: Ingredients AD

0 0 0 3 D: ArchDruid You have the spell ingredients. AD_2_IoM_villagehut_010_001 3367 0 AdLineIngredients D: ArchDruid When you have completed the list, bring them back to me. AD_2_IoM_villagehut_010_002 3792 0

D: ArchDruid I can only help you further then. AD_2_IoM_villagehut_010_003 2663 0

T: Candle

0 0 0 2 D: ArchDruid Use it well. AD_2_IoM_adhut_015_006 2397 0 ADLineCandle D: ArchDruid Perhaps Fand will aid you, after all. AD_2_IoM_adhut_009_002 3455 0

T: Emerald

0 0 0 2 D: ArchDruid They can each hold a memory within them and are quite valuable. AD_2_IoM_adhut_015_005 4308 0 ADLineEmerald D: ArchDruid Use it well. AD_2_IoM_adhut_015_006 2397 0

T: CandleLit

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The candle's already lit! NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_101 1982 0

T: Nightshade

0 0 0 3 D: Graham Hmmm.... GRAHAM_2_IoC_villageupper_006 844 0

D: Narrator The center of this circle doesn't react at all to it. NARRATOR_3_ADHUT_001_000 2801 0

D: Narrator Maybe Graham needs to try this somewhere else? NARRATOR_3_ADHUT_001_001 2866 0

T: Any Item

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham doesn't want to empower that. NARRATOR_3_IoM_SacredCircle_005 2172 0

T: NightshadeShell

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Take it out of the shell, first. NARRATOR_3_IoM_SacredCircle_006 2675 0

T: CandleSound

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator That strange sound came from outside. NARRATOR_3_ADHUT_002_000 2198 0

D: Narrator Whatever Graham is doing here must be affecting something out there! NARRATOR_3_ADHUT_002_001 3814 0

T: NoIngredient

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator That is not one of the spell ingredients. NARRATOR_3_ADHUT_003 2737 0

C: USE IN DC

1 T: Magic Bag

0 0 0 4 D: ArchDruid Remember, too... AD_2_IoM_villagehut_010_004 1782 0 ADLine10e D: ArchDruid You must find and retrieve the magical bag, for it is the only place in which this spell may be mixed. AD_2_IoM_villagehut_010_005 8613 0 ADLine10f D: Graham Where can I find this bag? GRAHAM_2_IoM_villagehut_012 1398 0 GrahamLineADConv12 D: ArchDruid Sadly, it was lost long ago to the sea, and the secrets of the sea I am not familiar with. AD_2_IoM_villagehut_011 7506 0 ADLine11 C: ArchDruid - QuestDone

9 T: Entrance

0 0 0 1 D: ArchDruid Good day, Graham. How goes your quest? AD_2_IoM_adhut_002 0 0 ArchDruidIngredientsReturnLine0 T: Ingredients Part 1a

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Arch Druid, I have gathered all of the spell ingredients! GRAHAM_2_IoM_adhut_017 3349 0 GrahamIngredientsReturnLine1 T: Ingredients Part 1b

0 0 0 2 D: ArchDruid Excellent. AD_2_IoM_adhut_016_000 913 2500 ArchDruidIngredientsReturnLine1 D: ArchDruid Have you sent your children back to Daventry? AD_2_IoM_adhut_016_001 3187 0 ArchDruidIngredientsReturnLine1b T: Ingredients Part 1c Ingredients 0 1 0 10 D: Graham I will do so. GRAHAM_1_IoM_circle_509_000 0 0 GrahamIngredientsReturnLine2 D: ArchDruid Go now. AD_2_IoM_adhut_017_000 1243 0 ArchDruidIngredientsReturnLine2 D: ArchDruid And tell your wife to remain by their side. AD_2_IoM_adhut_017_001 2761 0 ArchDruidIngredientsReturnLine2b D: Graham Is there a particular reason for that? GRAHAM_2_IoM_adhut_019 1835 0 GrahamIngredientsReturnLine3 D: ArchDruid The mother-offspring connection is the strongest existent natural bond. AD_2_IoM_adhut_018_000 4418 0 ArchDruidIngredientsReturnLine3 D: ArchDruid They will need this strength. AD_2_IoM_adhut_018_001 2786 0 ArchDruidIngredientsReturnLine3b D: Graham My wife is not very strong herself at these moments. GRAHAM_2_IoM_adhut_020 3626 0 GrahamIngredientsReturnLine4 D: ArchDruid Whether Valanice is lacking in inner power is not the question. AD_2_IoM_adhut_019_000 4293 0 ArchDruidIngredientsReturnLine4 D: ArchDruid The connection is still there. AD_2_IoM_adhut_019_001 3068 0 ArchDruidIngredientsReturnLine4b D: Graham I shall do it then. GRAHAM_2_IoM_adhut_021 1242 0 GrahamIngredientsReturnLine5 T: Ingredients Part 2

0 0 0 2 D: ArchDruid I shall arrange preparations. AD_2_IoM_adhut_020_000 2257 0 ArchDruidIngredientsReturnLine5 D: ArchDruid Meet me by the fire after you come back. AD_2_IoM_adhut_020_001 3277 0 ArchDruidIngredientsReturnLine5b T: Ingredients Part 3a

0 0 0 1 D: ArchDruid Amazing! AD_2_IoM_adhut_amazing 0 0 ArchDruidIngredientsReturnLine6 T: Ingredients Part 4

0 0 0 2 D: ArchDruid Of course. AD_2_IoM_village_006_000 0 200 ArchDruidIngredientsReturnLine7a D: ArchDruid One must be careful with the treasures of Mother Nature. AD_2_IoM_village_005_000 0 0 ArchDruidIngredientsReturnLine7b T: Ingredients Part 5

0 0 0 1 D: ArchDruid Fare well, Graham of Daventry. AD_1_IoM_circle_510_000 0 0

T: Ingredients Part 3b

0 0 0 2 D: Graham I found this little fella, imprisoned in the Queen's Royal Chessboard. GRAHAM_4_IoM_ArchDruidHut_200 0 0 GrahamIngredientsReturnLine6 D: Graham Could you give him a home? GRAHAM_4_IoM_ArchDruidHut_201 0 0 GrahamIngredientsReturnLine7

1 2 C: Action - Look

12 T: Global

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The Arch Druid's hut seems roomier on the inside than it appeared from without. NARRATOR_2_IoM_adhut_001_000 4107 0

D: Narrator The Arch Druid's possessions all reflect his peoples' harmony with the natural world, and their continuing pursuit of knowledge. NARRATOR_2_IoM_adhut_001_001 6403 0

T: ArchDruid

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The Arch Druid stoically wears his cheetah mantle, the mark of his position in this community. NARRATOR_2_IoM_adhut_002_000 4858 0

T: Candles

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The Arch Druid has quite a collection of colored candles here! NARRATOR_2_IoM_adhut_003_000 3266 0

D: Narrator Graham is sure each color must have a different purpose and meaning, perhaps in relation to the symbol by which each is set. NARRATOR_2_IoM_adhut_003_001 6468 0

T: CreamCandle

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Interesting. This one has never been lit before. GRAHAM_2_IoM_adhut_002 3149 0 GrahamLine2 T: PaintingOnWall

0 0 2 0 T: First time

0 0 0 17 D: Graham What an amazing portrait! GRAHAM_2_IoM_adhut_003 1580 0 GrahamLine3 D: ArchDruid It is my sister, Aria. AD_2_IoM_adhut_003_000 2486 0 ArchDruidLine2c D: ArchDruid She was lost long ago, kidnapped by some force we could not see, and in that captivity she passed from this world. AD_2_IoM_adhut_003_001 9561 0 ArchDruidLine2d D: Graham I'm sorry to hear of her fate. GRAHAM_2_IoM_adhut_004 1810 0 GrahamLine4 D: ArchDruid It has been many years since then, but she was a noble druidess, and though I miss her, I honor her memory. AD_2_IoM_adhut_004_000 7904 0 ArchDruidLine3 D: ArchDruid Around that same time, there was a druidess of another land, called Fand, who was also stolen from her people... but her fate was never known. AD_2_IoM_adhut_004_001 10746 0 ArchDruidLine3b D: ArchDruid It was Fand who made those candles. AD_2_IoM_adhut_004_002 3769 0 ArchDruidLine3c D: Graham Why are they here? GRAHAM_2_IoM_adhut_005 1298 0 GrahamLine5 D: ArchDruid Fand's family asked me, as Arch Druid, to try to find some sense of her, as their final attempt. AD_2_IoM_adhut_005_000 7467 0 ArchDruidLine4 D: ArchDruid The candles each hold an essence of nature in them and are of her creation, which they sent to me so that I might be aided in my search. AD_2_IoM_adhut_005_001 10792 0 ArchDruidLine4b D: ArchDruid Alas, her presence was either gone or hidden from my powers; nor could she be found even with the help of Spirit Nature. AD_2_IoM_adhut_005_002 8990 0 ArchDruidLine4c D: ArchDruid The family asked that Fand's belongings remain here, should some new way of finding her ever come about. AD_2_IoM_adhut_005_003 7722 0 ArchDruidLine4d D: ArchDruid But none has, and both women are lost to us. AD_2_IoM_adhut_005_004 4819 0 ArchDruidLine4e D: Graham Such a sad story. GRAHAM_2_IoM_adhut_006_000 1379 0 GrahamLine6 D: Graham Who would do such a thing? GRAHAM_2_IoM_adhut_006_001 2209 0 GrahamLine6b D: ArchDruid I do not know, Graham, though I wish I did. AD_2_IoM_adhut_006_000 3502 0 ArchDruidLine5 D: ArchDruid We do not take it lightly when our brethren are harmed. AD_2_IoM_adhut_006_001 3695 0 ArchDruidLine5b T: After first time

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The painting of the druidess is quite remarkable; she almost seems to be alive. NARRATOR_2_IoM_adhut_004_000 4645 0

D: Narrator Graham is amazed by the talent of the artist, and also by the beauty of the subject. NARRATOR_2_IoM_adhut_004_001 4667 0

T: Altar

0 0 2 0 T: BeforePainting

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The Arch Druid has quite a collection of colored candles here! NARRATOR_2_IoM_adhut_003_000 3266 0

T: AfterPainting

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Perhaps the candles on this table have been lit in the hope of Aria's return, offering her a light to see her way home by. NARRATOR_2_IoM_adhut_007 6341 0

T: Books

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The Arch Druid's shelves are lined with the tomes of the wisdom and knowledge he has gathered over the years, and, Graham imagines, that gathered by his predecessors. NARRATOR_2_IoM_adhut_009 9192 0

T: Vases

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Earthenware vases line another shelf. NARRATOR_2_IoM_adhut_011_000 2337 0

D: Narrator In fact, one's even labeled "Maple Syrup." NARRATOR_2_IoM_adhut_011_002 3185 0

T: Bags

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Roughly-woven but sturdy bags are collected in this shelf. NARRATOR_2_IoM_adhut_013_000 3231 0

T: Window

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Sunlight filters in from outside, adding an air of enchantment to the room. NARRATOR_2_IoM_adhut_017_000 4113 0

D: Narrator Particularly with how the sunbeam lights up the circular pattern drawn on the floor. NARRATOR_2_IoM_adhut_017_001 4833 0

T: ZodiacWheel

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator He's not terribly familiar with these symbols, but Graham does recognize a few of them as being symbols of the signs of the zodiac. NARRATOR_2_IoM_adhut_018 7280 0

T: Stairs

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Staircases. NARRATOR_3_IoM_adhut_019_000 1056 0

D: Narrator And no, there is no secret treasure behind them. NARRATOR_3_IoM_adhut_019_002 2826 0

C: Action - Hand

7 T: Candle

0 0 4 0 T: Before talking to AD about

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham should ask the Archdruid about this peculiar candle before trying to mess with it.

4521 0

T: After talking to AD P2

0 0 0 6 D: ArchDruid But how could you seek Fand's aid, when you did not know of her until moments ago? AD_2_IoM_adhut_008_001 6011 0 ArchDruidLine7b D: Graham I have no idea... but right now, I would seek and accept the aid of anyone. Even a noble druidess I've never met. GRAHAM_2_IoM_adhut_008 5977 0 GrahamLine8 D: ArchDruid If such is the way it was intended... AD_2_IoM_adhut_009_000 3052 0 ArchDruidLine8 D: ArchDruid Take the candle with you, King Graham. AD_2_IoM_adhut_009_001 2980 0 ArchDruidLine8b D: ArchDruid Perhaps Fand will aid you, after all. AD_2_IoM_adhut_009_002 3455 0 ArchDruidLine8c D: Graham Thank you, noble Druid. GRAHAM_2_IoM_adhut_009 1522 0 GrahamLine9 T: After talking to AD P1

0 0 0 3 D: Graham May I try to move the candle, if you will allow me? GRAHAM_2_IoM_adhut_007 2703 0 GrahamLine7 D: ArchDruid It cannot hurt to try. AD_2_IoM_adhut_007_000 1555 0 ArchDruidLine6 D: ArchDruid If you wish, you may. AD_2_IoM_adhut_007_001 2335 0 ArchDruidLine6b T: After talking to AD P1b

0 0 0 1 D: ArchDruid Amazing! You were able to... AD_2_IoM_adhut_008_000 3674 0 ArchDruidLine7 T: Candles

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham prefers not to touch the Arch Druid's candles. NARRATOR_2_IoM_adhut_006 4278 0

T: Altar

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Whatever their precise purpose, Graham feels it would be quite insulting to disturb the table and the candles on it. NARRATOR_2_IoM_adhut_008 6294 0

T: Books

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham trusts that if he truly needs the knowledge locked away in any of these tomes, the Arch Druid will point him to it. NARRATOR_2_IoM_adhut_010 6549 0

T: Vases

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator They haven't been offered, and Graham does not wish to be rude and simply take one. NARRATOR_2_IoM_adhut_012 4478 0

T: Bags

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Though Graham has long known to leave no stone unturned and no path unexplored, he also knows that it's best to leave a Druid's mysterious pouches unopened whenever possible. NARRATOR_2_IoM_adhut_014 10870 0

T: PaintingOnWall

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The Arch Druid was very clear about not meddling with his possessions. NARRATOR_2_IoM_adhut_005 4521 0


1 1 C: Chapter1End

5 T: Chapter1End4

0 0 0 9 D: ArchDruid You must also find a magical bag which is the only vessel in which the ingredients will mix for the spell. AD_1_IoM_circle_509_001_000 3425 0 ArchDruidLine24b D: ArchDruid You must also find a magical bag which is the only vessel in which the ingredients will mix for the spell. AD_1_IoM_circle_509_001_001 5544 0 ArchDruidLine24b1 D: ArchDruid The last time I heard from it, it had been lost in the vastness of the sea. AD_1_IoM_circle_509_002 6563 0 ArchDruidLine24c D: ArchDruid Also, the spell will only work, if the subjects are in their homeland. AD_1_IoM_circle_509_003 5398 0 ArchDruidLine24d D: ArchDruid I suggest you send your sleeping children back to the realm of Daventry as soon as possible. AD_1_IoM_circle_509_004 7093 0 ArchDruidLine24e D: Graham I will do so. GRAHAM_1_IoM_circle_509_000 1033 0 GrahamLine26 D: Graham I am indebted to you for your help, noble druid. GRAHAM_1_IoM_circle_509_001 2143 0 GrahamLine26b D: Graham It is getting late, so I had better set a course for the Isle of the Crown, to begin looking for these ingredients. GRAHAM_1_IoM_circle_509_002 6678 0 GrahamLine26c D: ArchDruid Fare well, Graham of Daventry. AD_1_IoM_circle_510_000 2553 0 ArchDruidLine25 T: Chapter1End1

0 0 0 16 D: ArchDruid You do understand I am making an exception for you, do you not? AD_1_IoM_circle_501 4551 0 ArchDruidLine16 D: Graham I understand that your people are very reclusive. GRAHAM_1_IoM_circle_501 2570 0 GrahamLine18 D: ArchDruid And with reasons, civilized one. AD_1_IoM_circle_502_000 2899 0 ArchDruidLine17 D: ArchDruid Your kind does not understand how deeply you harm Mother Nature with your so-called "civilization." AD_1_IoM_circle_502_001 7816 0 ArchDruidLine17a D: Graham Please, I am not here to discuss political issues. GRAHAM_1_IoM_circle_502_000 2494 0 GrahamLine19 D: Graham A greater tragedy brought me to your shore. GRAHAM_1_IoM_circle_502_001 2754 0

D: ArchDruid I know why you are here. AD_1_IoM_circle_503_000 2346 0 ArchDruidLine18 D: ArchDruid I spoke to Mother Nature before your arrival and she advised me to help you. AD_1_IoM_circle_503_001 6594 0 ArchDruidLine18a D: ArchDruid There is more at stake than what meets the eye. AD_1_IoM_circle_503_002 5119 0 ArchDruidLine18b D: Graham Could you elaborate? GRAHAM_1_IoM_circle_503 1290 0 GrahamLine20 D: ArchDruid It is not only your offspring's life in danger. AD_1_IoM_circle_504_000 3600 0 ArchDruidLine19 D: ArchDruid There is a greater, darker plan beyond my knowledge. AD_1_IoM_circle_504_001 4922 0 ArchDruidLine19a D: Graham So you know what's wrong with my children? GRAHAM_1_IoM_circle_504 2106 0 GrahamLine21 D: ArchDruid Your children are under a dark spell. AD_1_IoM_circle_505_000 3138 0 ArchDruidLine20 D: ArchDruid The only way to revert such a spell is by reaching their minds. AD_1_IoM_circle_505_001 6869 0

D: Graham How can I reach their minds if they can't even hear me? GRAHAM_1_IoM_circle_505 2875 0 GrahamLine22 T: Chapter1End2

0 0 0 3 D: ArchDruid There is a way. AD_1_IoM_circle_506_000 1487 0 ArchDruidLine21 D: ArchDruid I thought it was impossible as well, but Mother Nature is wiser than what you could imagine. AD_1_IoM_circle_506_001 7712 0 ArchDruidLine21b D: ArchDruid You can only do so by reaching their dreams... more specifically, by travelling into them. AD_1_IoM_circle_506_002 8741 0 ArchDruidLine21c T: Chapter1End3

0 0 0 14 D: Graham How can that be possible? GRAHAM_1_IoM_circle_506 1490 1000 GrahamLine23 D: ArchDruid It is not an easy feat for a simple human, but it can be done. AD_1_IoM_circle_507_000 5656 0 ArchDruidLine22 D: ArchDruid There is an ancient druid spell that will grant you entrance into their dreams. AD_1_IoM_circle_507_001 6412 0 ArchDruidLine22b D: ArchDruid If you bring the ingredients of the spell to me, I can create it for you. AD_1_IoM_circle_507_002 5733 0 ArchDruidLine22c D: ArchDruid But I must caution you, the spell involves very dangerous, unstable magic. AD_1_IoM_circle_507_003 7421 0 ArchDruidLine22d D: ArchDruid I cannot guarantee your safety while you travel the realm of dreams. AD_1_IoM_circle_507_004 7010 0 ArchDruidLine22e D: Graham If there is no other way, I do not have a choice. GRAHAM_1_IoM_circle_507_000 2939 0 GrahamLine24 D: Graham What exactly will I be looking for in these realms of dreams? GRAHAM_1_IoM_circle_507_001 3952 0 GrahamLine24b D: ArchDruid You will be on your own once inside. AD_1_IoM_circle_508_000 3189 0 ArchDruidLine23 D: ArchDruid I know not what must be done. AD_1_IoM_circle_508_001 2680 0 ArchDruidLine23b D: ArchDruid You must also be warned... should you fail in bringing them back, you'll be trapped in the realm of dreams with them. AD_1_IoM_circle_508_002 9609 0 ArchDruidLine23c D: Graham I understand. GRAHAM_1_IoM_circle_508 1232 0 GrahamLine25 D: ArchDruid Very well then. AD_1_IoM_circle_509_009_000 2299 0 ArchDruidLine24 D: ArchDruid Here are the ingredients. AD_1_IoM_circle_509_009_001 2840 0 ArchDruidLine24a T: Chapter1End5

0 0 0 6 D: ArchDruid Feel free to wander our Isle while pursuing the ingredients. AD_1_IoM_circle_510_001_000 5144 1500 ArchDruidLine25b D: ArchDruid But beware of taking what is not yours or harming nature. AD_1_IoM_circle_510_001_001 5328 0 ArchDruidLine25c D: ArchDruid We druids shall not hesitate in defending her to death. AD_1_IoM_circle_510_002 4730 0 ArchDruidLine25d D: ArchDruid We druids shall not hesitate in defending her to death.

0 1900 GrahamLine27 D: Graham Fear not. GRAHAM_1_IoM_circle_510 946 2500 GrahamLine27b D: ArchDruid I never do. AD_1_IoM_circle_511 1724 0 ArchDruidLine26

1 8 C: Action - Look

15 T: Global

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator For all of the odd mystique of the rest of the isle, the druids' village is surprisingly comforting. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_001_000 5038 0

D: Narrator The huts look inviting despite the closed doors. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_001_001 2727 0

D: Narrator The druids obviously value their privacy, but Graham gets the feeling that if one is part of the village, one is welcomed easily into all homes here. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_001_002 7808 0

T: Bonfire

0 0 2 0 T: When lit

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator On such a damp and cold morning, the warmth provided by the fire is very welcome indeed. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_002 5103 0

T: When not lit

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Strange. The embers are so cold and dead. It doesn't even look like there was a fire here this morning at all. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_003 5813 0

T: Drum

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator One of the druids must have left this here after a ceremony. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_004 3435 0

T: Arch Druid's Hut

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator This old oak tree is none other than the home of the Arch Druid. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_006_000 3334 0

D: Narrator Graham is quite grateful to be allowed to be here, and welcomed into this community while he searches for a way to save his children. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_006_001 7009 0

D: Narrator Knowing that the druids prefer to be left alone in this lovely natural setting they call home, Graham is glad of being granted access to the wisdom their society has gathered over the years. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_006_002 9682 0

D: Narrator Hopefully, the wise druids in their wise old trees will be able to help him. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_006_003 4498 0

T: Other Huts

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator When he was a little boy, Graham often wished he could live in a tree. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_009_000 3759 0

D: Narrator Even now, he sometimes would prefer to return to his old adventuring days when the night would catch him by surprise, and he would sleep under the shade of a solitary tree in some forgotten forest, away from the luxury of the castle he lives in. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_009_001 12719 0

T: Arch Druid

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The Arch Druid stoically wears his cheetah mantle, the mark of his position in this community. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_011_000 5030 0

D: Narrator He's a man whose wisdom and silent pride are clearly observed, as is his stern, serious manner. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_011_001 5668 0

T: Druid Woman

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The woman looks busy tapping on the drum. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_012 2374 0

T: Other druids

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator It's intriguing to Graham how the druids are constantly seeking to learn and gain knowledge about the workings of the world around them. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_014 6255 0

T: One of the druids

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator He looks very focused on his meditations. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_013 2472 0

T: Arch Druid's Balcony

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Graham finds the small similarities between the ways of the people of this ancient society and those of newer political systems and more modern societies quite interesting. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_016_000 9372 0

D: Narrator Just like the balcony from which he addresses the people of Daventry at his castle, and like those of so many other kings and rulers, this unassuming little balcony may serve to the Arch Druid to speak to his people when they gather at the bonfire. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_016_001 12853 0

D: Narrator Then again, perhaps he's mistaken, and the Arch Druid uses this balcony just like Valanice does when she steps outside to view the stars at home. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_016_002 7774 0

T: Gutter

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Even if they are part of old ways, Graham is no stranger to these types of aqueducts. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_017_000 4738 0

D: Narrator He still finds them in many villages he has traveled to, and although he enjoys the comfort of the modern conduits installed in Daventry, he has always been an aficionado of the simple life. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_017_001 10478 0

T: Stone Stairs

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The stone steps ascend in a spiral to the top of the tree, where more druids make their home. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_019 5027 0

T: Big tree

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Magnificently ponderous, this mighty tree is so large around that it looks to have been here for many, many centuries. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_021_000 6225 0

D: Narrator The history within its rings would surely be amazing to see, but of course Graham is not about to commit the sacrilege of cutting it down to find out. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_021_001 8492 0

T: Skull

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham is not exactly sure what this totem means, but it must hold great significance to the druids, as they would not dare to depict nature in such a way for the sake of mere decoration. NARRATOR_3_IoM_DruidVillage_001 10142 0

T: Left Hut Door

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Aw, an oak door on an oak tree... how fitting. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_025 5459 0

C: Action - Hand

7 T: Arch Druid's Hut

0 0 1 0 T: Druid Outside

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham has no need to go in the Arch Druid's hut when the man is outside. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_007 4385 0

T: Other Huts

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham doesn't want to disturb the owners. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_010 2165 0

T: Gutter

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator I said aficionado, not irrational. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_018 3189 0

D: Narrator You needed to have clicked the eye first for this message to make any sense, and if you didn't, stop using the icons out of order! NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_018_002 7905 0

T: Stone Stairs

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Graham does not wish to disturb the druids. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_020_000 2248 0

D: Narrator They have been generous enough to let him wander through their home when outsiders are routinely shunned and denied entry at all. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_020_001 6432 0

D: Narrator Better not abuse such generosity. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_020_002 2067 0

T: Big tree

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator You can try all you like, Graham, but you're not going to be able to push that one over! NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_022 4713 0

T: Left Hut Door

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator What part of "reclusive" did you not understand, Graham? NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_026 4227 0

T: Bonfire

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Woah! GRAHAM_SFX_001 901 0

C: Action - Talk

2 T: Drum

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Boom! Boom! Boom! The drum has nothing else to say. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_005 4175 0

T: Skull

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Nature does not answer to those who have been made deaf and blind by the nurture of the modern day civilization. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_024 6299 0

C: Female or male with book druids

1 T: Greetings

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham doesn't want to disturb them. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_015 1913 0

C: Male druid without book

3 T: Greetings

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Excuse me... GRAHAM_2_IoM_village_002 667 0 GrahamLine1 T: Greetings 2

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator We're sorry, the druid you are currently trying to communicate with is having an out-of-body experience. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_100_000 6588 0 DruidLine1 D: Narrator Please try again later. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_100_001 2006 0

T: Greetings 3

0 0 0 3 D: Graham Excuse me... GRAHAM_2_IoM_village_002 667 0 GrahamLine1 D: Narrator We're sorry, the druid you are currently trying to communicate with is having an out-of-body experience. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_100_000 6588 0

D: Narrator Please try again later. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_100_001 2006 0

C: ArchDruid

3 T: First Time Greetings

0 0 0 2 D: ArchDruid How goes your quest? AD_2_IoM_village_001 2102 0 ADLine1 D: Graham It goes, but I have yet to cure my children. GRAHAM_2_IoM_village_001 2682 0 GrahamLine2 T: Second Time Greetings

0 0 0 2 D: Graham Good day, Arch Druid. GRAHAM_2_IoM_village_003 1080 0 GrahamLine3 D: ArchDruid Good day, Graham. AD_2_IoM_village_002 1130 0 ADLine2 T: Topics

0 0 5 0 T: The Isle of Mist The Isle of Mist 0 0 0 21 D: Graham I feel privileged being on this island. GRAHAM_2_IoM_village_003_000 1628 0 GrahamLine4 D: Graham I've heard many stories about it from my son. GRAHAM_2_IoM_village_003_001 2287 0 GrahamLine4b D: ArchDruid The Isle of Mist is filled with the wonders and magic of the world of nature... AD_2_IoM_village_003_000 5081 0 ADLine3 D: ArchDruid ...and it is in this world we druids thrive, always seeking to learn more of the wisdom which Mother Nature provides for us. AD_2_IoM_village_003_001 10360 0 ADLine3b D: ArchDruid It is a goal one may never fully achieve, we know... AD_2_IoM_village_003_002 4836 0 ADLine3c D: ArchDruid ...but we know as well that it is the seeking of the goal which matters more. AD_2_IoM_village_003_003 6568 0 ADLine3d D: Graham That is a noble quest indeed. GRAHAM_2_IoM_village_005_000 1570 0 GrahamLine5 D: Graham Is nature more accessible for learning on this island than the others? GRAHAM_2_IoM_village_005_001 3888 0 GrahamLine5b D: ArchDruid The Mists keep most visitors out, and we like it that way, so that we may commune with Nature unhindered by the distractions most humans would bring here with them. AD_2_IoM_village_004_000 11608 0 ADLine4 D: ArchDruid For those who wish to learn, we welcome them into our village. AD_2_IoM_village_004_001 4839 0 ADLine4b D: ArchDruid For those who do not seek to harm, we will allow them on our shores. AD_2_IoM_village_004_002 5087 0 ADLine4c D: ArchDruid But to any who would cause damage to our way of life and to our island, our shores are ever shut. AD_2_IoM_village_004_003 8236 0 ADLine4d D: Graham One could not expect you would welcome such visitors. GRAHAM_2_IoM_village_006 2241 0 GrahamLine6 D: ArchDruid One must be careful with the treasures of Mother Nature. AD_2_IoM_village_005_000 3177 0 ADLine5 D: ArchDruid Many come here searching for her spirit. AD_2_IoM_village_005_001 3883 0 ADLine5b D: Graham Can it be found? GRAHAM_2_IoM_village_007 922 0 GrahamLine7 D: ArchDruid Of course. AD_2_IoM_village_006_000 1338 0 ADLine6 D: ArchDruid Now that you mention it, she could guide you... AD_2_IoM_village_006_001 3368 0 ADLine6b D: ArchDruid If only you could speak to her, of course. AD_2_IoM_village_006_002 3330 0 ADLine6c D: Graham And I can't? GRAHAM_2_IoM_village_008 729 0 GrahamLine8 D: ArchDruid Only druids may speak to her. AD_2_IoM_village_007 2880 0 ADLine7 T: The Storm The Storm 0 0 0 9 D: Graham That was a strange and sudden storm last night. GRAHAM_2_IoM_village_009 2275 0 GrahamLine9 D: ArchDruid It was... AD_2_IoM_village_008_000 1056 0 ADLine8 D: ArchDruid And I do not like it. AD_2_IoM_village_008_001 1966 0 ADLine8b D: ArchDruid There are too many strange things happening for it to all be just coincidence. AD_2_IoM_village_008_002 6128 0 ADLine8c D: Graham What do you mean? GRAHAM_2_IoM_village_010 668 0 GrahamLine10 D: ArchDruid The stranger at your daughter's wedding... AD_2_IoM_village_009_000 2323 0 ADLine9 D: ArchDruid ...the affliction that has now stricken both your children... AD_2_IoM_village_009_001 4361 0 ADLine9b D: ArchDruid ...that unnatural storm. AD_2_IoM_village_009_002 2619 0 ADLine9c D: ArchDruid I feel they must all be connected, but I cannot be sure how. AD_2_IoM_village_009_003 5361 0 ADLine9d T: The Spell The Spell 0 0 0 9 D: Graham Can you tell me anything more about the spell to save my children? GRAHAM_2_IoM_village_011 2891 0 GrahamLine11 D: ArchDruid No more than you know now. AD_2_IoM_village_010_000 2449 0 ADLine10 D: ArchDruid You have the spell ingredients. AD_2_IoM_village_010_001 3367 0 ADLine10b D: ArchDruid When you have completed the list, bring them back to me. AD_2_IoM_village_010_002 3792 0 ADLine10c D: ArchDruid I can only help you further then. AD_2_IoM_village_010_003 2663 0 ADLine10d D: ArchDruid Remember, too... AD_2_IoM_village_010_004 1782 0 ADLine10e D: ArchDruid You must find and retrieve the magical bag, for it is the only place in which this spell may be mixed. AD_2_IoM_village_010_005 8613 0 ADLine10f D: Graham Where can I find this bag? GRAHAM_2_IoM_village_012 1398 0 GrahamLine12 D: ArchDruid Sadly, it was lost long ago to the sea, and the secrets of the sea I am not familiar with. AD_2_IoM_village_011 7506 0 ADLine11 T: The Guardian of the Forest The Guardian of the Forest 0 1 0 15 D: Graham The Guardian of the Forest won't let me pass through! GRAHAM_2_IoM_village_013_000 1982 0 GrahamLine13 D: Graham Where did she come from? GRAHAM_2_IoM_village_013_001 1146 0 GrahamLine13b D: ArchDruid The Morrigan is the Guardian of the Mist Forest. AD_2_IoM_village_012_000 3014 0 ADLine12 D: ArchDruid She is fearsome indeed, and men do shake at the sight of her. AD_2_IoM_village_012_001 5020 0 ADLine12b D: ArchDruid Beyond her in the forest is the Sanctuary of Nature, where the Spirit resides - if you can find her. AD_2_IoM_village_012_003 9580 0 ADLine12d D: Graham How can I gain entry to that forest? GRAHAM_2_IoM_village_014 1674 0 GrahamLine14 D: ArchDruid As you are not a druid, Graham, I doubt very much that you can. AD_2_IoM_village_013_000 4427 0 ADLine13 D: ArchDruid Only druids have ever been allowed within the forest, and even we go rarely and do not linger long. AD_2_IoM_village_013_001 6998 0 ADLine13b D: Graham I feel I must -- there's a chance the Spirit may know something of my children's plight. GRAHAM_2_IoM_village_015_000 5344 0 GrahamLine15 D: Graham Can you tell me more of the Guardian? GRAHAM_2_IoM_village_015_001 1772 0 GrahamLine15b D: Graham Perhaps there is some other way past her. GRAHAM_2_IoM_village_015_002 2034 0 GrahamLine15c D: ArchDruid The Guardian's appearance is, as I said, deceiving, for she delights in even the smallest of the wonders of nature, such as birds and butterflies. AD_2_IoM_village_014_000 11176 0 ADLine14 D: ArchDruid Legends say the Morrigan and her two sister birds were fearsome enough to strike fear into entire armies. AD_2_IoM_village_014_001 8462 0 ADLine14b D: ArchDruid But they are protectors of, and therefore lovers of, nature. AD_2_IoM_village_014_002 5302 0 ADLine14c D: ArchDruid If you can prove yourself a friend to the natural world, then you may stand a chance to gain entrance. AD_2_IoM_village_014_003 8211 0 ADLine14d T: Goodbye

0 0 0 2 D: Graham I will continue on my quest now. GRAHAM_2_IoM_village_016 1568 0 GrahamLine16 D: ArchDruid Look for the signs of Mother Nature. AD_2_IoM_village_015 2578 0 ADLine15 C: Walk

1 T: Stone Stairs

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Graham does not wish to disturb the druids. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_020_000 2248 0

D: Narrator They have been generous enough to let him wander through their home when outsiders are routinely shunned and denied entry at all. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_020_001 6432 0

D: Narrator Better not abuse such generosity. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_020_002 2067 0

C: Action - Use

2 T: Candle

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator That's strange... the candle won't light. NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_100 2642 0

T: Ingredients AD

0 0 0 3 D: ArchDruid You have the spell ingredients. AD_2_IoM_villagehut_010_001 0 0 AdLineIngredients D: ArchDruid When you have completed the list, bring them back to me. AD_2_IoM_villagehut_010_002 0 0

D: ArchDruid I can only help you further then. AD_2_IoM_villagehut_010_003 0 0


1 2 C: Action - Look

15 T: Global

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator For all of the odd mystique of the rest of the isle, the druids' village is surprisingly comforting. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_001_000 5038 0

T: Bonfire

0 0 2 0 T: When lit

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator On such a damp and cold morning, the warmth provided by the fire is very welcome indeed. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_002 5103 0

T: When not lit

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Strange. The embers are so cold and dead. It doesn't even look like there was a fire here this morning at all. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_003 5813 0

T: Drum

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator One of the druids must have left this here after a ceremony. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_004 3435 0

T: Arch Druid's Hut

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator This old oak tree is none other than the home of the Arch Druid. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_006_000 3334 0

T: Other Huts

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator When he was a little boy, Graham often wished he could live in a tree. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_009_000 3759 0

T: Arch Druid

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The Arch Druid stoically wears his cheetah mantle, the mark of his position in this community. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_011_000 5030 0

T: Druid Woman

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The woman looks busy tapping on the drum. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_012 2374 0

T: Other druids

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator It's intriguing to Graham how the druids are constantly seeking to learn and gain knowledge about the workings of the world around them. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_014 6255 0

T: One of the druids

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator He looks very focused on his meditations. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_013 2472 0

T: Arch Druid's Balcony

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham finds the small similarities between the ways of the people of this ancient society and those of newer political systems and more modern societies quite interesting. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_016_000 9372 0

T: Gutter

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Even if they are part of old ways, Graham is no stranger to these types of aqueducts. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_017_000 4738 0

D: Narrator He still finds them in many villages he has traveled to, and although he enjoys the comfort of the modern conduits installed in Daventry, he has always been an aficionado of the simple life. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_017_001 10478 0

T: Stone Stairs

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The stone steps ascend in a spiral to the top of the tree, where more druids make their home. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_019 5027 0

T: Big tree

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Magnificently ponderous, this mighty tree is so large around that it looks to have been here for many, many centuries. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_021_000 6225 0

T: Skull

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham is not exactly sure what this totem means, but it must hold great significance to the druids, as they would not dare to depict nature in such a way for the sake of mere decoration. NARRATOR_3_IoM_DruidVillage_001 10142 0

T: Left Hut Door

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Aw, an oak door on an oak tree... how fitting. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_025 5459 0

C: Action - Hand

7 T: Arch Druid's Hut

0 0 1 0 T: Druid Outside

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham has no need to go in the Arch Druid's hut when the man is outside. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_007 4385 0

T: Other Huts

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham doesn't want to disturb the owners. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_010 2165 0

T: Gutter

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator I said aficionado, not irrational. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_018 3189 0

D: Narrator You needed to have clicked the eye first for this message to make any sense, and if you didn't, stop using the icons out of order! NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_018_002 7905 0

T: Stone Stairs

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham does not wish to disturb the druids. NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_020_000 2248 0

T: Big tree

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator You can try all you like, Graham, but you're not going to be able to push that one over! NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_022 4713 0

T: Left Hut Door

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator What part of "reclusive" did you not understand, Graham? NARRATOR_2_IoM_village_026 4227 0

T: Bonfire

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Woah! GRAHAM_SFX_001 901 0


1 8 C: Action - Look

9 T: Global

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Away from the village, the isle quickly becomes more enveloped in the forest life. NARRATOR_2_IoM_forestent_001_000 4489 0

D: Narrator Graham feels almost at peace in such a lovely setting, but the grief and fear he feels for his children keep his heart from being at rest. NARRATOR_2_IoM_forestent_001_001 7745 0

T: Stump

0 0 0 5 D: Narrator This lonely stump looks like it once was a beautiful tree. NARRATOR_2_IoM_forestent_004_000 3862 0

D: Narrator Graham finds it hard to believe the Druids could have done this, but then again, what does he know? NARRATOR_2_IoM_forestent_004_001 5432 0

D: Narrator Could Mother Nature have abandoned its spring? Could she have lost her strength to protect it? NARRATOR_2_IoM_forestent_004_002 5716 0

D: Narrator No, Graham refuses to believe that. NARRATOR_2_IoM_forestent_004_003 3420 0

D: Narrator Here of all places, the strength of Mother Nature is readily apparent. NARRATOR_2_IoM_forestent_004_004 4401 0

T: Trees

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The two trees stand like an arch, a portal to a world both wild and carefree, while the eerie, ghostly mist warns Graham of dangers that could lurk ahead. NARRATOR_2_IoM_forestent_002 10324 0

T: Pond

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The waters here are calmer than those of the sea, but they too carry that weight over them, that vague sense of storminess and unrest that has settled over the Green Isles since the tragic events of the wedding. NARRATOR_2_IoM_forestent_003 12843 0

T: Rocks

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Although they stand silent and unpretentious, these rocks could hold the same or more knowledge than those of the sacred stones in the circle, and Graham can't help but wonder at the history in their cracks, their broken edges, their beaten skins. NARRATOR_2_IoM_forestent_008 15461 0

T: Morrigan

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator This strange and intimidating bird seems to have come from nowhere, and may have been watching Graham since the moment he set foot on this island. NARRATOR_2_IoM_forestent_010_000 8262 0 NarratorLine10 D: Narrator It holds the key to the mysteries that are held by the great forest of the Isle of the Mist, and Graham wonders, what is there in the heart of this forest to protect so zealously? NARRATOR_2_IoM_forestent_010_001 11673 0

D: Narrator There must be even greater mysteries and secrets there than just the answers Graham seeks. NARRATOR_2_IoM_forestent_010_002 6087 0

D: Graham There has to be a way past her! GRAHAM_2_IoM_forestent_002 1440 0 GrahamLine2 T: MorriganWild

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator The Guardian of the Forest has now become a vicious crow. NARRATOR_3_IoM_ForestEntrance_006_000 3338 0

D: Narrator Her sharp beak and talons gleam darkly at Graham, her strange red-and-blue eyes narrow at him in warning, and she is quite intent on keeping him out! NARRATOR_3_IoM_ForestEntrance_006_001 10043 0

D: Narrator The Guardian is certainly much harsher than the druids it shares the isle with; although Graham has heard from his son that the druids haven't always been so welcoming, either. NARRATOR_3_IoM_ForestEntrance_006_002 9938 0

T: Banshee

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The terrifying banshee's scream is incredibly painful--Graham's head feels like it's going to split! NARRATOR_3_IoM_ForestEntrance_002_000 6404 0

D: Narrator There's no time to stay here and look around, unless you have some way to get rid of that scream! NARRATOR_3_IoM_ForestEntrance_002_001 5851 0

T: DruidWoman

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator A druid woman sits alone by the river cleaning some clothing. NARRATOR_3_IoM_ForestEntrance_001_000 3771 0

D: Narrator It sounds like she is crying--what could be wrong? NARRATOR_3_IoM_ForestEntrance_001_001 3476 0

C: Action - Hand

6 T: Stump

0 0 0 5 D: Narrator Graham can still feel the scars that made it bleed during the time in which it was torn in two. NARRATOR_2_IoM_forestent_005_000 4794 0

D: Narrator The rough surface still screaming away like a fiery soldier killed in war. NARRATOR_2_IoM_forestent_005_001 4909 0

D: Narrator He thinks of the words spoken by the Arch Druid on the previous day: NARRATOR_2_IoM_forestent_005_002 4074 0

D: Narrator "You humans don't understand how you deeply harm Mother Nature with your so-called civilization"... NARRATOR_2_IoM_forestent_005_003 7297 0

D: Narrator ...and realizes that although this stump is a rare sight on this island, he's no stranger to seeing it in the world where he lives. NARRATOR_2_IoM_forestent_005_004 8164 0

T: Trees

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator A little more comfortable now, Graham dares to touch the trees. NARRATOR_2_IoM_forestent_006_000 4025 0

D: Narrator It may just be his imagination, but by coming into contact with the surface of the tree, Graham feels a tingling sensation in his stomach, almost as if Mother Nature was speaking to him with words that his now "civilized" human ear cannot understand. NARRATOR_2_IoM_forestent_006_001 16007 0

D: Narrator Is it because he never learned how, or, more troubling to consider, because he forgot? NARRATOR_2_IoM_forestent_006_002 6663 0

T: Pond

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator The water is cold to the touch, a sensation that is amplified by the thick mist that embraces the forest. NARRATOR_2_IoM_forestent_007_000 6250 0

D: Narrator It's been a while since Graham was so in touch with Mother Nature herself. NARRATOR_2_IoM_forestent_007_001 4221 0

D: Narrator He realizes now that he has missed this... NARRATOR_2_IoM_forestent_007_002 3273 0

D: Narrator And even given the circumstances that brought him here, he is glad that he can revisit some of his memories of his younger years spent out adventuring in the world, often taking his rest beneath trees such as these, drinking from streams just like this. NARRATOR_2_IoM_forestent_007_003 15728 0

T: Rocks

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator There are no answers here either, Graham. NARRATOR_2_IoM_forestent_009_000 2389 0

D: Narrator There are simply no answers here... NARRATOR_2_IoM_forestent_009_001 2635 0

T: Morrigan

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham actually treasures his hands, and would like to keep them. NARRATOR_2_IoM_forestent_011 4291 0

T: Banshee

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator It will take more than brute force to best the Guardian of the Forest, Graham! NARRATOR_3_IoM_ForestEntrance_003 4838 0

C: Action - Walk Toward Forest

2 T: First Time

0 0 0 1 D: Morrigan No druid enters the Mist Forest without my permission. And you, creature, are no druid! MORRIGAN_2_IoM_forestent_001 7914 0

T: Second Time

0 0 0 1 D: Graham This is harder than I thought! GRAHAM_2_IoM_forestent_001 2855 0

C: Action - Talk - Morrigan

16 T: First Time

0 0 0 4 D: Graham Greetings, Guardian of the Mist Forest. GRAHAM_2_IoM_forestent_003 1710 0 GrahamLine3 D: Morrigan Be on your way, human, and do not tarry here. MORRIGAN_2_IoM_forestent_002 3746 0 MorriganLine2 D: Graham You mean I can't go inside the forest? GRAHAM_2_IoM_forestent_004 1687 0 GrahamLine4 D: Morrigan No. Now go, go, go! MORRIGAN_2_IoM_forestent_003 3902 0 MorriganLine3 T: Second Time

0 0 0 7 D: Graham Please, tell me, is there a way I might gain entrance to this forest? GRAHAM_2_IoM_forestent_005 3275 0 GrahamLine5 D: Morrigan Become a Druid. MORRIGAN_2_IoM_forestent_004_000 1432 0 MorriganLine4 D: Morrigan I hear it only takes a lifetime or two, two, two! MORRIGAN_2_IoM_forestent_004_001 5383 0 MorriganLine4b D: Graham Is there any other way? GRAHAM_2_IoM_forestent_006 1217 0 GrahamLine6 D: Morrigan No. MORRIGAN_2_IoM_forestent_005 886 0 MorriganLine5 D: Narrator Talk about a tough case! NARRATOR_2_IoM_forestent_012_000 1718 0 NarratorLine4 D: Narrator This is going to take some serious effort. NARRATOR_2_IoM_forestent_012_001 2978 0

T: Third Time (Talked to Druid)

0 0 0 5 D: Graham I need to speak with the Spirit in this forest, Guardian. GRAHAM_2_IoM_forestent_007_000 2301 0 GrahamLine7 D: Graham Please, may I enter? GRAHAM_2_IoM_forestent_007_001 1153 0 GrahamLine7b D: Morrigan No. MORRIGAN_2_IoM_forestent_006 927 0 MorriganLine6 D: Graham But my children-- GRAHAM_2_IoM_forestent_008 821 0 GrahamLine8 D: Morrigan Your plight is no concern of hers or mine. Leave. MORRIGAN_2_IoM_forestent_007 4540 0 MorriganLine7 T: Fourth Time

0 0 0 3 D: Graham Understand, it is very important that I-- GRAHAM_2_IoM_forestent_009 2305 0 GrahamLine9 D: Morrigan I care not. MORRIGAN_2_IoM_forestent_008_000 1258 0 MorriganLine8 D: Morrigan You are not welcome here. MORRIGAN_2_IoM_forestent_008_001 1811 0 MorriganLine8b T: Use Butterfly on Morrigan - Part 1

0 0 0 1 D: Morrigan Hmm. MORRIGAN_2_IoM_forestent_012 1629 0 MorriganLine9 T: Use Butterfly on Morrigan - Part 2

0 0 0 6 D: Morrigan This cannot be! MORRIGAN_2_IoM_forestent_009_000 1499 0 MorriganLine9b D: Morrigan What trickery have you used on the Lady? MORRIGAN_2_IoM_forestent_009_001 2835 0 MorriganLine9b2 D: Graham Trickery? GRAHAM_2_IoM_forestent_010_000 586 0 GrahamLine10 D: Graham Lady? GRAHAM_2_IoM_forestent_010_001 993 0 GrahamLine10b D: Graham I don't know what you're talking about, good Guardian. GRAHAM_2_IoM_forestent_010_002 2132 0 GrahamLine10c D: Morrigan Truly? Hmm. MORRIGAN_2_IoM_forestent_010_000 3492 0 MorriganLine10 T: Use Butterfly on Morrigan - Part 3

0 0 0 3 D: Morrigan You do not smell of evil or traitor, despite being a human. MORRIGAN_2_IoM_forestent_010_002_000 4923 0 MorriganLine10b D: Morrigan And the Lady of the Butterflies follows you on her own will. MORRIGAN_2_IoM_forestent_010_002_001 4044 0 MorriganLine10c D: Morrigan The Lady does not choose lightly. MORRIGAN_2_IoM_forestent_010_002_002 3013 0 MorriganLine10d T: Use Butterfly on Morrigan - Part 4

0 0 0 1 D: Graham This is the Lady of the Butterflies? GRAHAM_2_IoM_forestent_011 1678 0 GrahamLine11 T: Use Butterfly on Morrigan - Part 5

0 0 0 1 D: Morrigan Indeed she is, and a trusted friend of the Spirit, you may be sure, sure, sure! MORRIGAN_2_IoM_forestent_011_000 7309 0 MorriganLine11 T: Use Butterfly on Morrigan - Part 6

0 0 0 2 D: Morrigan If she deems you worthy--very well. MORRIGAN_2_IoM_forestent_011_001_000 4068 0 MorriganLine11b D: Morrigan You may enter the Mist Forest. MORRIGAN_2_IoM_forestent_011_001_001 3679 0 MorriganLine11b2 T: Use Butterfly on Morrigan - Part 7

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Thank you, dear Lady! And good Guardian! GRAHAM_2_IoM_forestent_012 1958 0 GrahamLine12 T: Wild

0 0 0 1 D: Graham I feel a little silly, but... GRAHAM_3_IoM_forestent_065 2452 0 GrahamCaws T: Wild2

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Well, it was worth a shot. NARRATOR_3_IoM_ForestEntrance_004 2507 0

T: WildCaw

0 0 5 0 T: 1

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Caw, caw, caw! GRAHAM_3_IoM_forestent_005_000 3133 0 Grahamcaws T: 2

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Caw, caw, caw! GRAHAM_3_IoM_forestent_005_001 1616 0 Grahamcaws T: 3

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Caw, caw, caw! GRAHAM_3_IoM_forestent_005_002 4615 0 Grahamcaws T: 4

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Caw, caw, caw! GRAHAM_3_IoM_forestent_005_003 4687 0 Grahamcaws T: 5

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Caw, caw, caw! GRAHAM_3_IoM_forestent_005_004 8571 0 Grahamcaws T: MorriganDeath

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator You have to be a Druid to get past the Morrigan, and they say it only takes a lifetime or two... DEATH MESSAGE_death_109_000 6993 0

T: Wild3

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Knock it off birdbrain! NARRATOR_3_IoM_ForestEntrance_101_000 1837 0

D: Narrator We all know you're cuckoo, but that doesn't mean you've mastered the avian language! NARRATOR_3_IoM_ForestEntrance_101_001 5012 0

D: Narrator Sheesh, talk about flighty. NARRATOR_3_IoM_ForestEntrance_101_002 1913 0

C: Action - Talk - Banshee

2 T: Greeting

0 0 0 2 D: Graham Hello? GRAHAM_3_IoM_forestent_001_000 667 0 BansheeGahamLine1 D: Graham Are you alright? GRAHAM_3_IoM_forestent_001_001 1649 0 BansheeGahamLine2 T: Scream

0 0 0 2 D: Graham

  • Screams*

Graham_3_IoM_ForestEnt_306 2269 0

D: Narrator No, Graham, you can't beat her at this. NARRATOR_3_IoM_ForestEntrance_100 3055 0

C: Action - Walk

1 T: Banshee Screaming

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator There's no time for that! NARRATOR_General_015 2155 0

C: Action - Use

5 T: Skull

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator The Crow doesn't seem too impressed just yet. NARRATOR_3_IoM_ForestEntrance_009_000 3892 0

D: Narrator Maybe something's missing? NARRATOR_3_IoM_ForestEntrance_009_001 1989 0

D: Graham I think I’m on to something...but it would help if I knew more about this totem. Graham_3_IoM_ForestEntrance_200 0 0

T: SkullBallSocket

0 0 0 1 D: Graham You will let me pass, Crow! GRAHAM_3_IoM_forestent_006 2592 0

T: SeashellNightShade

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham wants to get rid of her scream, not save it for later! NARRATOR_3_IoM_ForestEntrance_005 3901 0

T: ButterflyTrapped

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Right. I'm sure the Morrigan would love to see you carrying what seems a captive butterfly around. NARRATOR_3_IoM_ForestEntrance_081_000 5906 0

D: Narrator That'll surely change her perspective of you. NARRATOR_3_IoM_ForestEntrance_081_001 2703 0

D: Narrator It's a good idea, Graham, but you need to work on it a bit more. NARRATOR_3_IoM_ForestEntrance_081_002 4538 0

T: Nightshade

0 0 0 1 D: Graham That was close. GRAHAM_3_tower_003 1765 0 GrahamBansheeNightshade C: Action - Talk

1 T: Banshee

0 0 0 0

1 2 C: Action - Look

9 T: Global

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Away from the village, the isle quickly becomes more enveloped in the forest life. NARRATOR_2_IoM_forestent_001_000 4489 0

T: Stump

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator This lonely stump looks like it once was a beautiful tree. NARRATOR_2_IoM_forestent_004_000 3862 0

T: Trees

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The two trees stand like an arch, a portal to a world both wild and carefree, while the eerie, ghostly mist warns Graham of dangers that could lurk ahead. NARRATOR_2_IoM_forestent_002 10324 0

T: Pond

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The waters here are calmer than those of the sea, but they too carry that weight over them, that vague sense of storminess and unrest that has settled over the Green Isles since the tragic events of the wedding. NARRATOR_2_IoM_forestent_003 12843 0

T: Rocks

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Although they stand silent and unpretentious, these rocks could hold the same or more knowledge than those of the sacred stones in the circle, and Graham can't help but wonder at the history in their cracks, their broken edges, their beaten skins. NARRATOR_2_IoM_forestent_008 15461 0

T: Morrigan

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator This strange and intimidating bird seems to have come from nowhere, and may have been watching Graham since the moment he set foot on this island. NARRATOR_2_IoM_forestent_010_000 8262 0 NarratorLine10 D: Graham There has to be a way past her! GRAHAM_2_IoM_forestent_002 1440 0 GrahamLine2 T: MorriganWild

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The Guardian of the Forest has now become a vicious crow. NARRATOR_3_IoM_ForestEntrance_006_000 3338 0

D: Narrator Her sharp beak and talons gleam darkly at Graham, her strange red-and-blue eyes narrow at him in warning, and she is quite intent on keeping him out! NARRATOR_3_IoM_ForestEntrance_006_001 10043 0

T: Banshee

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The terrifying banshee's scream is incredibly painful--Graham's head feels like it's going to split! NARRATOR_3_IoM_ForestEntrance_002_000 6404 0

D: Narrator There's no time to stay here and look around, unless you have some way to get rid of that scream! NARRATOR_3_IoM_ForestEntrance_002_001 5851 0

T: DruidWoman

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator A druid woman sits alone by the river cleaning some clothing. NARRATOR_3_IoM_ForestEntrance_001_000 3771 0

D: Narrator It sounds like she is crying--what could be wrong? NARRATOR_3_IoM_ForestEntrance_001_001 3476 0

C: Action - Hand

6 T: Stump

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham can still feel the scars that made it bleed during the time in which it was torn in two. NARRATOR_2_IoM_forestent_005_000 4794 0

T: Trees

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator A little more comfortable now, Graham dares to touch the trees. NARRATOR_2_IoM_forestent_006_000 4025 0

T: Pond

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The water is cold to the touch, a sensation that is amplified by the thick mist that embraces the forest. NARRATOR_2_IoM_forestent_007_000 6250 0

T: Rocks

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator There are no answers here either, Graham. NARRATOR_2_IoM_forestent_009_000 2389 0

T: Morrigan

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham actually treasures his hands, and would like to keep them. NARRATOR_2_IoM_forestent_011 4291 0

T: Banshee

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator It will take more than brute force to best the Guardian of the Forest, Graham! NARRATOR_3_IoM_ForestEntrance_003 4838 0

7 C: Action - Look

9 T: Global

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Graham takes a moment to catch his breath after finally emerging from the maze of the Mist Forest. NARRATOR_2_IoM_sanctuary_001_000 4876 0

D: Narrator While resting, he takes in the beautiful sight before him here. NARRATOR_2_IoM_sanctuary_001_001 3527 0

D: Narrator The incredibly large oak tree reaches its branches out to the smaller trees as though a mother to her children, and the peaceful feeling of the place helps to ease Graham's heart and his worry for his own children. NARRATOR_2_IoM_sanctuary_001_002 11929 0

T: Tree

0 0 3 0 T: Without WaxImprint

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator It's the first time Graham has laid eyes on a tree that grows... NARRATOR_2_IoM_sanctuary_004_000 3588 0 NarratorLine4 D: Narrator ...could it be? Emeralds? NARRATOR_2_IoM_sanctuary_004_001 2515 0

D: Graham Amazing! GRAHAM_2_IoM_sanctuary_001 744 0 GrahamLine1 D: Narrator One of the emeralds is strangely shaped like a crescent moon. NARRATOR_2_IoM_sanctuary_101 3653 3000

T: With WaxImprintAndSpoken

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator The Spirit of Nature has returned to her slumber. NARRATOR_2_IoM_sanctuary_003_000 2760 0

D: Narrator Graham wishes she would come back to comfort him with her sweet voice, and for the first time in a very long while, he feels uncertain... weak and incapable. NARRATOR_2_IoM_sanctuary_003_001 10396 0

D: Narrator He would love to close his eyes, and forget about the fire that is burning so deep from within, but he simply cannot. NARRATOR_2_IoM_sanctuary_003_002 7268 0

D: Narrator Graham knows that he must remain strong, that he must never fade, for he is his family's only hope of survival now... NARRATOR_2_IoM_sanctuary_003_003 8004 0

T: With WaxImprint

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator It's the first time Graham has laid eyes on a tree that grows... NARRATOR_2_IoM_sanctuary_004_000 3588 0

D: Narrator ...could it be? Emeralds? NARRATOR_2_IoM_sanctuary_004_001 2515 0

D: Graham Amazing! GRAHAM_2_IoM_sanctuary_001 744 0 GrahamLine1 T: BigTreesRocks

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator The trees and rocks have grown here almost as if constructing a temple to nature. NARRATOR_2_IoM_sanctuary_014_000 4293 0

D: Narrator It's one of those magical wonders of the natural world, and while Graham has seen a lot during his travels, he has never before seen such a puzzling natural occurrence as this. NARRATOR_2_IoM_sanctuary_014_001 11101 0

D: Narrator It feels almost like a Sanctuary of sorts, with the pervasive sense of awe in the air of this place. NARRATOR_2_IoM_sanctuary_014_002 7145 0

D: Narrator Graham smiles sadly at knowing Valanice would love to see this, and feels a pang of longing for his wife. NARRATOR_2_IoM_sanctuary_014_003 7544 0

T: ScrollSilverSeq

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator What is this? NARRATOR_2_IoM_sanctuary_200_000 942 0

D: Narrator Graham could have sworn he saw it appear out of nowhere from the distance. NARRATOR_2_IoM_sanctuary_200_001 4175 0

D: Narrator ...And that light... NARRATOR_2_IoM_sanctuary_200_002 1649 0

D: Narrator Could it be just a flicker of his imagination? NARRATOR_2_IoM_sanctuary_200_003 3490 0

T: Post-Scroll

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator What an incredible and sad story... NARRATOR_2_IoM_sanctuary_201_000 2719 0

D: Narrator Graham can't help feeling as if someone wanted him to read this, but... who? And why? NARRATOR_2_IoM_sanctuary_201_001 6937 0

T: RockMessage1

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator This stone looks very similar to the stones in the sacred circle. NARRATOR_3_IoM_ForestSanctuary_001_000 4026 0

D: Narrator They must be made from the same kind of rock. NARRATOR_3_IoM_ForestSanctuary_001_001 2796 0

T: RockMessage1b

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator There's an inscription on this one. NARRATOR_3_IoM_ForestSanctuary_001_002 2291 0

T: RockMessage2

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator The rock is now bathed in a mysterious blue fire. NARRATOR_3_IoM_ForestSanctuary_003_000 3081 0

D: Narrator This must be Nature's sacred flame. NARRATOR_3_IoM_ForestSanctuary_003_001 2454 0

D: Narrator The inscription has changed as well. NARRATOR_3_IoM_ForestSanctuary_003_002 2302 0

T: Rock

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham can sense the heat coming from that stone. NARRATOR_2_IoM_sanctuary_011 2838 0

C: Action - Hand

9 T: Emerald First Time Part 2

0 0 0 36 D: Graham My apologies, good tree, I did not mean to... GRAHAM_2_IoM_sanctuary_004 2223 0 GrahamLine4 D: Dryad Many travelers have also been entwined by their beauty. DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_002 4494 0 DryadLine2 D: Graham I did not mean to awaken you. GRAHAM_2_IoM_sanctuary_005 1227 0 GrahamLine5 D: Dryad Hush, Graham of Daventry. DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_003_000 2490 0 DryadLine3 D: Dryad I have been asleep for many decades... DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_003_001 2880 0 DryadLine3b D: Dryad It was about time to rise up... once again. DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_003_002 3028 0 DryadLine3c D: Graham Are you under a spell? GRAHAM_2_IoM_sanctuary_006 1110 0 GrahamLine6 D: Dryad Not every tree is enchanted, Graham of Daventry. DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_004 2952 0 DryadLine4 D: Graham Just checking; you can never be too sure. GRAHAM_2_IoM_sanctuary_007_000 2211 0 GrahamLine7 D: Graham How do you know so much about me? And who are you? GRAHAM_2_IoM_sanctuary_007_001 2614 0 GrahamLine7b D: Dryad I am the Nature Spirit... DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_005_000 2162 0 DryadLine5 D: Dryad I can see you always... DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_005_001 1994 0 DryadLine5b D: Dryad For my roots expand and connect with every other tree, flower, plant... DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_005_002 5850 0 DryadLine5c D: Dryad There is little I do not know... DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_005_003 1795 0 DryadLine5d D: Graham Then you know the reason for my visit then? GRAHAM_2_IoM_sanctuary_008 1642 0 GrahamLine8 D: Dryad Poor little humans. DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_006_000 1818 0 DryadLine6 D: Dryad It would break my heart if I had one. DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_006_001 2924 0 DryadLine6b D: Dryad How fares Valanice of... Daventry? DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_006_002 2718 0 DryadLine6c D: Graham If you know, good tree, you surely know the answer to that. GRAHAM_2_IoM_sanctuary_009 2456 0 GrahamLine9 D: Dryad This is true, I know... DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_007_000 2138 0 DryadLine7 D: Dryad But there is a reason I ask you... DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_007_001 1936 0 DryadLine7b D: Graham What may that reason be? GRAHAM_2_IoM_sanctuary_010 1323 0 GrahamLine10 D: Dryad I see what you cannot, Graham of Daventry, and that it pains you... DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_008 4705 0 DryadLine8 D: Graham My wife will be fine. She may be a little distressed, but she will recover. GRAHAM_2_IoM_sanctuary_011_000 3482 0 GrahamLine11 D: Graham She's a strong woman. GRAHAM_2_IoM_sanctuary_011_001 1664 0 GrahamLine11b D: Dryad Strong... yes... DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_009_000 1886 0 DryadLine9 D: Dryad Not invulnerable... DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_009_001 1728 0 DryadLine9b D: Dryad Protect her... DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_009_002 1457 0 DryadLine9c D: Dryad Watch her... DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_009_003 1419 0 DryadLine9d D: Dryad Watch my child... DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_009_004 1542 0 DryadLine9e D: Graham Your child? GRAHAM_2_IoM_sanctuary_012 834 0 GrahamLine12 D: Dryad You do not know... DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_010_000 1727 0 DryadLine10 D: Dryad Druid blood runs through her veins... DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_010_001 2710 0 DryadLine10b D: Graham Valanice is of Druid heritage? GRAHAM_2_IoM_sanctuary_013_000 1753 0 GrahamLine13 D: Graham That's impossible! GRAHAM_2_IoM_sanctuary_013_001 1083 0 GrahamLine13b D: Dryad Yes... she is a lost child of mine... DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_011_000 3615 0 DryadLine11 T: Emerald First Time Part 3

0 0 0 5 D: Dryad Mmmmm.... DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_001_000 1855 0 DryadEmeraldLine1 D: Graham Milady! Good tree! GRAHAM_2_IoM_sanctuary_019 0 0 GrahamRangerConvLine5 D: Dryad Hush, Graham of Daventry... DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_003_000 0 0 DryadEmeraldLine2 D: Dryad Take one of my fruits. DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_011_001 0 0 DryadEmeraldLine2b D: Dryad It helps the memory... It stores it... DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_011_002 3223 0 DryadEmeraldLine2c T: Emerald First Time Part 4

0 0 0 8 D: Dryad Go to her, Graham of Daventry... DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_011_003 2081 0 DryadLine11d D: Graham I cannot! GRAHAM_2_IoM_sanctuary_014_000 815 0 GrahamLine14 D: Graham You know well I wish I could be with her, but I must rescue my children! GRAHAM_2_IoM_sanctuary_014_001 3295 0 GrahamLine14b D: Dryad There is no tree without a seed... DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_012_000 2940 0 DryadLine12 D: Dryad I shall not answer that next question... DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_012_001 2440 0 DryadLine12b D: Dryad Farewell, Graham of Daventry. DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_012_002 2420 0 DryadLine12c D: Graham Wait! Milady! Good Tree! GRAHAM_2_IoM_sanctuary_015_000 1413 0 GrahamLine15 D: Graham Rats! GRAHAM_2_IoM_sanctuary_015_001 1486 0 GrahamLine15b T: Tree

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Graham places one of his hands on the tree and he feels a strange energy running through his body, to the point of numbing his fingers. NARRATOR_2_IoM_sanctuary_013_000 7299 0

D: Narrator He retreats, in both wonder and fear. NARRATOR_2_IoM_sanctuary_013_001 2822 0

D: Narrator There is great power here indeed. NARRATOR_2_IoM_sanctuary_013_002 3006 0

T: BigTreesRocks

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator There are no signs of man having placed them here. NARRATOR_2_IoM_sanctuary_015_000 3312 0

D: Narrator Did they really form this structure themselves? NARRATOR_2_IoM_sanctuary_015_001 3067 0

T: Rock

0 0 0 2 D: Graham Blazes! GRAHAM_2_IoM_sanctuary_016_000 603 0

D: Graham It's extremely hot! GRAHAM_2_IoM_sanctuary_016_001 1172 0

T: Emerald First Time Part 1

0 0 0 2 D: Dryad Mmmmm.... DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_001_000 2638 0 DryadLine1 D: Dryad Who goes there? DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_001_001 2685 0 DryadLine1b T: Emerald Does Not Budge

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The emeralds refuse to budge.

0 3000

T: Emerald Dryad Appears After Scroll

0 0 0 3 D: Graham Good day. GRAHAM_2_IoM_sanctuary_002 0 600 GrahamLine5 D: Dryad Take one of my fruits. DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_011_001 0 0 DryadEmeraldLine2b D: Dryad It helps the memory... It stores it... DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_011_002 0 0 DryadEmeraldLine2c C: Action - Use Walking Cup on Rock

3 T: Empty

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator There's no point in making the cup suffer for nothing. NARRATOR_2_IoM_sanctuary_012 2944 0

T: Seawater Part 1

0 0 0 3 D: Graham This will just hurt a little bit. GRAHAM_2_IoM_sanctuary_017 1476 0 GrahamLine17 D: WalkCup YEOW!!! WALKCUP_2_IoM_Sanctuary_JumpYell 1619 0 WalkCupLine1 D: WalkCup TAH! TAH! TAH! TAH! OW! OW! OW! UAH! UAH! UAH! AH! WALKCUP_2_IoM_Sanctuary_HotHotHot 6092 2108 WalkCupLine2 T: Seawater Part 2

0 0 0 2 D: Graham I'm sorry, my little friend. GRAHAM_2_IoM_sanctuary_018 1512 0 GrahamLine18 D: WalkCup Meh! GRRRR! WALKCUP_2_IoM_Sanctuary_Angry 3102 0 WalkCupLine3 C: Action - Use

4 T: WaxImprint

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator You just got yourself a moon impression, Graham! NARRATOR_2_IoS_theater_005 3042 0

T: Candle

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator With the blue fire, Graham is finally able to light this mysterious candle! NARRATOR_2_IoM_sanctuary_100 4330 3000

T: CandleLit

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The candle's already lit! NARRATOR_2_IoC_cassimaroom_101 1982 0

T: ItemsOnStone

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Nothing happens when Graham brings that item near the rock. NARRATOR_3_IoM_ForestSanctuary_002_000 3310 0

D: Narrator It must not be an acceptable offering. NARRATOR_3_IoM_ForestSanctuary_002_001 2527 0

C: Action - Talk

1 T: Tree

0 0 2 0 T: Before Dryad

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator Graham hopes this tree won't cry. NARRATOR_2_IoM_sanctuary_006 2239 250

D: Graham Good day. GRAHAM_2_IoM_sanctuary_002 521 1000

D: Narrator No answer. NARRATOR_2_IoM_sanctuary_007_000 890 250

D: Narrator Maybe this tree doesn't talk. NARRATOR_2_IoM_sanctuary_007_001 1840 0

T: After Dryad

0 0 0 2 D: Graham Lady Spirit? GRAHAM_2_IoM_sanctuary_003 960 1500

D: Narrator She's gone. NARRATOR_2_IoM_sanctuary_008 1043 0

C: Scroll

2 T: Pandora Box

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Pandora's Box, DELETE THIS WHEN YOU ARE DONE WITH IT! Narrator_PandoraBOX 351609 0

T: Hmm

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Hmm... GRAHAM_2_IoC_villageupper_006 844 0

C: Ranger

10 T: RangerAppearsPartZero

0 0 0 1 D: Ranger He's growing more powerful, Graham. RANGER_4_iom_sanctuary_001 0 0 RangerConvLine1 T: RangerAppearsPartOneA

0 0 0 1 D: Graham You again! GRAHAM_4_iom_sanctuary_001_000 0 0 GrahamRangerConvLine1 T: RangerAppearsPartOneB

0 0 0 7 D: Graham You have a lot of explaining to do. GRAHAM_4_iom_sanctuary_001_001 0 0 GrahamRangerConvLine1b D: Graham What's happening to my wife? GRAHAM_4_iom_sanctuary_001_002 0 0 GrahamRangerConvLine1c D: Ranger What makes you think I know? RANGER_4_iom_sanctuary_002 0 0 RangerConvLine2 D: Graham Last time we met you said my family had a role to play in this. GRAHAM_4_iom_sanctuary_002_000 0 0 GrahamRangerConvLine2 D: Graham And now Valanice is acting not at all like herself. GRAHAM_4_iom_sanctuary_002_001 0 0 GrahamRangerConvLine2b D: Graham Give me a straight answer! GRAHAM_4_iom_sanctuary_002_002 0 0 GrahamRangerConvLine2c D: Ranger Soon you will have to accept the power of the Silver Cloaks as your own, Graham. RANGER_4_iom_sanctuary_003_000 0 0 RangerConvLine3 T: RangerAppearsPartOneC

0 0 0 1 D: Ranger But before that happens, you must learn what has come before. RANGER_4_iom_sanctuary_003_001 0 0 RangerConvLine2b T: RangerAppearsPartOneD

0 0 0 1 D: Ranger Take this story with you on your scroll. RANGER_4_iom_sanctuary_003_002 0 0 RangerConvLine2c T: RangerAppearsPartTwoA

0 0 0 1 D: Ranger Read it. It should help you understand what's happening to your queen. RANGER_4_iom_sanctuary_003_003 0 0 RangerConvLine3b T: RangerAppearsPartTwoB

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Why are you helping me? GRAHAM_4_iom_sanctuary_003 0 0 GrahamRangerConvLine3 T: RangerAppearsPartThree

0 0 0 1 D: Ranger Who says I am? RANGER_4_iom_sanctuary_004 0 0 RangerConvLine4 T: RangerAppearsPartFour

0 0 0 1 D: Graham That's a good question... GRAHAM_4_iom_sanctuary_005_000 0 0 GrahamRangerConvLine4 T: RangerAppearsPartFive

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Now what did he do to my scroll? GRAHAM_4_iom_sanctuary_005_001 0 0 GrahamRangerConvLine4c 1 2 C: Action - Look

9 T: Global

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The incredibly large oak tree reaches its branches out to the smaller trees as though a mother to her children, and the peaceful feeling of the place helps to ease Graham's heart and his worry for his own children. NARRATOR_2_IoM_sanctuary_001_002 11929 0

T: Tree

0 0 3 0 T: Without WaxImprint

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator It's the first time Graham has laid eyes on a tree that grows... NARRATOR_2_IoM_sanctuary_004_000 3588 0 NarratorLine4 D: Narrator ...could it be? Emeralds? NARRATOR_2_IoM_sanctuary_004_001 2515 0

D: Graham Amazing! GRAHAM_2_IoM_sanctuary_001 744 0 GrahamLine1 D: Narrator One of the emeralds is strangely shaped like a crescent moon. NARRATOR_2_IoM_sanctuary_101 3653 3000

T: With WaxImprintAndSpoken

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The Spirit of Nature has returned to her slumber. NARRATOR_2_IoM_sanctuary_003_000 2760 0

T: With WaxImprint

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator It's the first time Graham has laid eyes on a tree that grows... NARRATOR_2_IoM_sanctuary_004_000 3588 0

D: Narrator ...could it be? Emeralds? NARRATOR_2_IoM_sanctuary_004_001 2515 0

D: Graham Amazing! GRAHAM_2_IoM_sanctuary_001 744 0 GrahamLine1 T: BigTreesRocks

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The trees and rocks have grown here almost as if constructing a temple to nature. NARRATOR_2_IoM_sanctuary_014_000 4293 0

D: Narrator It feels almost like a Sanctuary of sorts, with the pervasive sense of awe in the air of this place. NARRATOR_2_IoM_sanctuary_014_002 7145 0

T: ScrollSilverSeq

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator What is this? NARRATOR_2_IoM_sanctuary_200_000 942 0

D: Narrator Graham could have sworn he saw it appear out of nowhere from the distance. NARRATOR_2_IoM_sanctuary_200_001 4175 0

D: Narrator ...And that light... NARRATOR_2_IoM_sanctuary_200_002 1649 0

D: Narrator Could it be just a flicker of his imagination? NARRATOR_2_IoM_sanctuary_200_003 3490 0

T: Post-Scroll

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator What an incredible and sad story... NARRATOR_2_IoM_sanctuary_201_000 2719 0

D: Narrator Graham can't help feeling as if someone wanted him to read this, but... who? And why? NARRATOR_2_IoM_sanctuary_201_001 6937 0

T: RockMessage1

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator This stone looks very similar to the stones in the sacred circle. NARRATOR_3_IoM_ForestSanctuary_001_000 4026 0

D: Narrator They must be made from the same kind of rock. NARRATOR_3_IoM_ForestSanctuary_001_001 2796 0

T: RockMessage1b

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator There's an inscription on this one. NARRATOR_3_IoM_ForestSanctuary_001_002 2291 0

T: RockMessage2

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator The rock is now bathed in a mysterious blue fire. NARRATOR_3_IoM_ForestSanctuary_003_000 3081 0

D: Narrator This must be Nature's sacred flame. NARRATOR_3_IoM_ForestSanctuary_003_001 2454 0

D: Narrator The inscription has changed as well. NARRATOR_3_IoM_ForestSanctuary_003_002 2302 0

T: Rock

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham can sense the heat coming from that stone. NARRATOR_2_IoM_sanctuary_011 2838 0

C: Action - Hand

8 T: Emerald First Time Part 2

0 0 0 36 D: Graham My apologies, good tree, I did not mean to... GRAHAM_2_IoM_sanctuary_004 2223 0 GrahamLine4 D: Dryad Many travelers have also been entwined by their beauty. DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_002 4494 0 DryadLine2 D: Graham I did not mean to awaken you. GRAHAM_2_IoM_sanctuary_005 1227 0 GrahamLine5 D: Dryad Hush, Graham of Daventry. DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_003_000 2490 0 DryadLine3 D: Dryad I have been asleep for many decades... DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_003_001 2880 0 DryadLine3b D: Dryad It was about time to rise up... once again. DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_003_002 3028 0 DryadLine3c D: Graham Are you under a spell? GRAHAM_2_IoM_sanctuary_006 1110 0 GrahamLine6 D: Dryad Not every tree is enchanted, Graham of Daventry. DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_004 2952 0 DryadLine4 D: Graham Just checking; you can never be too sure. GRAHAM_2_IoM_sanctuary_007_000 2211 0 GrahamLine7 D: Graham How do you know so much about me? And who are you? GRAHAM_2_IoM_sanctuary_007_001 2614 0 GrahamLine7b D: Dryad I am the Nature Spirit... DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_005_000 2162 0 DryadLine5 D: Dryad I can see you always... DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_005_001 1994 0 DryadLine5b D: Dryad For my roots expand and connect with every other tree, flower, plant... DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_005_002 5850 0 DryadLine5c D: Dryad There is little I do not know... DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_005_003 1795 0 DryadLine5d D: Graham Then you know the reason for my visit then? GRAHAM_2_IoM_sanctuary_008 1642 0 GrahamLine8 D: Dryad Poor little humans. DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_006_000 1818 0 DryadLine6 D: Dryad It would break my heart if I had one. DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_006_001 2924 0 DryadLine6b D: Dryad How fares Valanice of... Daventry? DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_006_002 2718 0 DryadLine6c D: Graham If you know, good tree, you surely know the answer to that. GRAHAM_2_IoM_sanctuary_009 2456 0 GrahamLine9 D: Dryad This is true, I know... DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_007_000 2138 0 DryadLine7 D: Dryad But there is a reason I ask you... DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_007_001 1936 0 DryadLine7b D: Graham What may that reason be? GRAHAM_2_IoM_sanctuary_010 1323 0 GrahamLine10 D: Dryad I see what you cannot, Graham of Daventry, and that it pains you... DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_008 4705 0 DryadLine8 D: Graham My wife will be fine. She may be a little distressed, but she will recover. GRAHAM_2_IoM_sanctuary_011_000 3482 0 GrahamLine11 D: Graham She's a strong woman. GRAHAM_2_IoM_sanctuary_011_001 1664 0 GrahamLine11b D: Dryad Strong... yes... DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_009_000 1886 0 DryadLine9 D: Dryad Not invulnerable... DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_009_001 1728 0 DryadLine9b D: Dryad Protect her... DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_009_002 1457 0 DryadLine9c D: Dryad Watch her... DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_009_003 1419 0 DryadLine9d D: Dryad Watch my child... DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_009_004 1542 0 DryadLine9e D: Graham Your child? GRAHAM_2_IoM_sanctuary_012 834 0 GrahamLine12 D: Dryad You do not know... DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_010_000 1727 0 DryadLine10 D: Dryad Druid blood runs through her veins... DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_010_001 2710 0 DryadLine10b D: Graham Valanice is of Druid heritage? GRAHAM_2_IoM_sanctuary_013_000 1753 0 GrahamLine13 D: Graham That's impossible! GRAHAM_2_IoM_sanctuary_013_001 1083 0 GrahamLine13b D: Dryad Yes... she is a lost child of mine... DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_011_000 3615 0 DryadLine11 T: Emerald First Time Part 3

0 0 0 2 D: Dryad Take one of my fruits. DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_011_001 1855 0 DryadLine11b D: Dryad It helps the memory... It stores it... DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_011_002 3223 0 DryadLine11c T: Emerald First Time Part 4

0 0 0 8 D: Dryad Go to her, Graham of Daventry... DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_011_003 2081 0 DryadLine11d D: Graham I cannot! GRAHAM_2_IoM_sanctuary_014_000 815 0 GrahamLine14 D: Graham You know well I wish I could be with her, but I must rescue my children! GRAHAM_2_IoM_sanctuary_014_001 3295 0 GrahamLine14b D: Dryad There is no tree without a seed... DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_012_000 2940 0 DryadLine12 D: Dryad I shall not answer that next question... DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_012_001 2440 0 DryadLine12b D: Dryad Farewell, Graham of Daventry. DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_012_002 2420 0 DryadLine12c D: Graham Wait! Milady! Good Tree! GRAHAM_2_IoM_sanctuary_015_000 1413 0 GrahamLine15 D: Graham Rats! GRAHAM_2_IoM_sanctuary_015_001 1486 0 GrahamLine15b T: Tree

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Graham places one of his hands on the tree and he feels a strange energy running through his body, to the point of numbing his fingers. NARRATOR_2_IoM_sanctuary_013_000 7299 0

D: Narrator He retreats, in both wonder and fear. NARRATOR_2_IoM_sanctuary_013_001 2822 0

D: Narrator There is great power here indeed. NARRATOR_2_IoM_sanctuary_013_002 3006 0

T: BigTreesRocks

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator There are no signs of man having placed them here. NARRATOR_2_IoM_sanctuary_015_000 3312 0

D: Narrator Did they really form this structure themselves? NARRATOR_2_IoM_sanctuary_015_001 3067 0

T: Rock

0 0 0 2 D: Graham Blazes! GRAHAM_2_IoM_sanctuary_016_000 603 0

D: Graham It's extremely hot! GRAHAM_2_IoM_sanctuary_016_001 1172 0

T: Emerald First Time Part 1

0 0 0 2 D: Dryad Mmmmm.... DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_001_000 2638 0 DryadLine1 D: Dryad Who goes there? DRYAD_2_IoM_sanctuary_001_001 2685 0 DryadLine1b T: Emerald Does Not Budge

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The emeralds refuse to budge.

0 3000

1 3 C: Action - Look

7 T: Global

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator The shores of the Isle of the Mist, only slightly shrouded, hint at the mysteriousness of the isle itself. NARRATOR_2_IoM_shore_001_000 6348 0

D: Narrator Graham had never seen a place so... mystifying. NARRATOR_2_IoM_shore_001_001 4445 0

D: Narrator And as if that was not enough, the Arch Druid's words concerning the late storm echo in Graham's very soul, like an unavoidable bad omen. NARRATOR_2_IoM_shore_001_002 9722 0

T: Ocean

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator The waters surrounding the isle are as dark and mysterious as the isle itself. NARRATOR_2_IoM_shore_003_000 4674 0

D: Narrator Graham remembers how just hours ago they were rolling from the unnatural storm, and somehow, he can't help but feel insignificant against this new menace his family faces. NARRATOR_2_IoM_shore_003_001 11542 0

D: Narrator Fear persists in his mind at these signs of pure darkness, leaving him feeling tired and near defeat, much like the shore he's standing on, which gave up a long time ago to the constant beating of the waves. NARRATOR_2_IoM_shore_003_002 14650 0

T: Trees

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator "No mere human shall be granted entrance," Graham can almost hear the trees say. NARRATOR_2_IoM_shore_006_000 6188 0

D: Narrator They stand tall and mighty and even a little fearsome, guardians of the secrets of generations of druid knowledge buried deep within the isle. NARRATOR_2_IoM_shore_006_001 9203 0

T: Rocks

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator As if shaped by an old druid spell, these rocks grant natural passage to the isle. NARRATOR_2_IoM_shore_008_000 5337 0

D: Narrator Yet, once Graham's feet are set on the soil, and he is embraced by the thick mist, he must shake off the feeling that he has just walked into an alluring trap, like one of those set by such tricksters as Sirens and Satyrs. NARRATOR_2_IoM_shore_008_001 15460 0

T: Ferry

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Despite everything it took to convince Hassan to escort Graham between the Green Isles, Graham has taken a strange affection to this ferry. NARRATOR_1_IoS_shore_004_000 7643 0

D: Narrator It's small, but sturdy and always ready. NARRATOR_1_IoS_shore_004_001 3452 0

T: Hassan

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Hassan looks preoccupied. He has heard the stories of the people of this isle, and he considers them savages. NARRATOR_2_IoM_shore_010_000 7512 0

D: Narrator They did almost kill King Alexander, after all. NARRATOR_2_IoM_shore_010_001 3345 0

T: FirstMate

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The first mate is always making it easier for Graham to step down from the ferry. NARRATOR_2_IoW_beach_027_000 4580 0

D: Narrator Maybe he should get a raise. NARRATOR_2_IoW_beach_027_001 1900 0

C: Action - Hand

3 T: Ocean

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham has yet to master the art of carrying liquid with his hands. NARRATOR_2_IoM_shore_005 4299 0

T: Trees

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Graham bears such respect for these trees that he avoids touching them. NARRATOR_2_IoM_shore_007_000 3981 0

D: Narrator It may be just the fact that he's on a place where flora is considered as sacred as all other living creatures, as he can't help but realize that he wouldn't feel the same way about the tree at the crossroads on the Isle of the Crown, or on any other island here. NARRATOR_2_IoM_shore_007_001 15356 0

T: Rocks

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator For some reason, Graham prefers not to touch the rocks. NARRATOR_2_IoM_shore_009_000 3452 0

D: Narrator Wait, did they just move on their own? NARRATOR_2_IoM_shore_009_001 3034 0

D: Narrator No... that must have just been a trick of light in the mist. NARRATOR_2_IoM_shore_009_002 4663 0

C: Hassan

1 T: Topics

0 0 3 0 T: Isle of the Mists

0 0 0 9 D: Graham I'm guessing you haven't seen much of this island, judging by our reception the other night? GRAHAM_2_IoM_shore_003 4405 0 GrahamLine3 D: Hassan Right you are, Sire. HASSAN_2_IoM_shore_001_000 1461 0 HassanLine1 D: Hassan The druids keep to themselves almost as much as the Winged Ones. HASSAN_2_IoM_shore_001_001 4033 0 HassanLine1b D: Hassan Just as ornery about it, too. HASSAN_2_IoM_shore_001_002 2375 0 HassanLine1c D: Hassan But at least I understand them a little more--they respect Mother Nature, and so do I. HASSAN_2_IoM_shore_001_003 6053 0 HassanLine1d D: Hassan Only takes one dark night at sea in a storm to know she could have you drowned in a moment if you disrespect her. HASSAN_2_IoM_shore_001_004 6695 0 HassanLine1e D: Graham You talk like she's a real person. GRAHAM_2_IoM_shore_004 2091 0 GrahamLine4 D: Hassan Real as you or I, Sire. Probably even moreso. HASSAN_2_IoM_shore_002_000 3827 0 HassanLine2 D: Hassan She's been here since long before us, and she'll be here long after, too. HASSAN_2_IoM_shore_002_001 4690 0 HassanLine2b T: Ready to sail Ready to Sail 0 0 0 1 D: Hassan Ready to sail? HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_003 938 0 HassanLine3 T: Goodbye

0 0 0 1 D: Hassan Come back when you're ready to sail. HASSAN_2_IoC_docks_025_001 2241 0 HassanLine4

1 2 C: Action - Look

7 T: Global

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The shores of the Isle of the Mist, only slightly shrouded, hint at the mysteriousness of the isle itself. NARRATOR_2_IoM_shore_001_000 6348 0

D: Narrator Graham had never seen a place so... mystifying. NARRATOR_2_IoM_shore_001_001 4445 0

T: Ocean

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The waters surrounding the isle are as dark and mysterious as the isle itself. NARRATOR_2_IoM_shore_003_000 4674 0

T: Trees

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator "No mere human shall be granted entrance," Graham can almost hear the trees say. NARRATOR_2_IoM_shore_006_000 6188 0

T: Rocks

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator As if shaped by an old druid spell, these rocks grant natural passage to the isle. NARRATOR_2_IoM_shore_008_000 5337 0

T: Ferry

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Despite everything it took to convince Hassan to escort Graham between the Green Isles, Graham has taken a strange affection to this ferry. NARRATOR_1_IoS_shore_004_000 7643 0

T: Hassan

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator Hassan looks preoccupied. He has heard the stories of the people of this isle, and he considers them savages. NARRATOR_2_IoM_shore_010_000 7512 0

D: Narrator They did almost kill King Alexander, after all. NARRATOR_2_IoM_shore_010_001 3345 0

T: FirstMate

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The first mate is always making it easier for Graham to step down from the ferry. NARRATOR_2_IoW_beach_027_000 4580 0

D: Narrator Maybe he should get a raise. NARRATOR_2_IoW_beach_027_001 1900 0

C: Action - Hand

3 T: Ocean

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham has yet to master the art of carrying liquid with his hands. NARRATOR_2_IoM_shore_005 4299 0

T: Trees

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham bears such respect for these trees that he avoids touching them. NARRATOR_2_IoM_shore_007_000 3981 0

T: Rocks

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator For some reason, Graham prefers not to touch the rocks. NARRATOR_2_IoM_shore_009_000 3452 0

D: Narrator Wait, did they just move on their own? NARRATOR_2_IoM_shore_009_001 3034 0

D: Narrator No... that must have just been a trick of light in the mist. NARRATOR_2_IoM_shore_009_002 4663 0

1 1 C: Cutscenes When Graham enters the shore from IoS. 6 T: Entering

0 0 0 4 D: DruidOld Halt! Who dares trespass on our island? DRUID_1_IoM_shore_501 4575 0 DruidLine1 D: Graham Please, I mean no harm. I wish to see the Arch Druid. GRAHAM_1_IoM_shore_501_000 2609 0 GrahamLine1 D: Graham The Oracle sent me. GRAHAM_1_IoM_shore_501_002 1462 0 GrahamLine2 D: DruidOld Strangers are not welcomed to the island... DRUID_1_IoM_shore_502 5039 0 DruidLine2 T: Entering P2

0 0 0 3 D: ArchDruid Let him pass. AD_1_IoM_shore_501_000 1454 0 ADLine1 D: ArchDruid I've been expecting him. AD_1_IoM_shore_501_001 2448 0 ADLine2 D: ArchDruid Follow me, Graham of Daventry. AD_1_IoM_shore_501_002 3019 500 ADLine3 T: Returning

0 0 0 5 D: DruidOld Come back! 120_Chapter_1_End_001_001 2036 0 Shot02 D: Graham I must return to the Castle of the Crown tonight! 120_Chapter_1_End_002 3838 0 Shot02a D: DruidOld The Arch Druid has sent for you! He said this is not a natural storm! 120_Chapter_1_End_003 7317 0 Shot03 D: Hassan I'd listen to him Graham. This ain't like nothing I've ever seen in all the seas! 120_Chapter_1_End_004 11712 0 Shot04 D: Graham Let's go then... 120_Chapter_1_End_005 1860 0

T: Returning Part 2

0 0 0 3 D: DruidOld Who are these people? 120_Chapter_1_End_006 1902 0 Shot06 D: Graham These are my crew, and if they cannot come with me, then I shall not go! 120_Chapter_1_End_008 3871 0 Shot07 D: DruidOld Follow then! 120_Chapter_1_End_009 1335 0 Shot08 T: Returning Pre

0 0 0 1 D: DruidOld Outsider! 120_Chapter_1_End_001_000 1469 97 Shot01 T: Storm

0 0 0 10 D: DruidOld Outsider! 120_Chapter_1_End_001_000 1469 0 Shot02 D: DruidOld Come back! 120_Chapter_1_End_001_001 1736 0 Shot03 D: Graham I must return to the Castle of the Crown tonight! 120_Chapter_1_End_002 3538 0 Shot04 D: DruidOld The Arch Druid has sent for you! He said this is not a natural storm! 120_Chapter_1_End_003 7317 0 Shot05 D: Hassan I'd listen to him Graham! This ain't like nothing I've ever seen in all the seas! 120_Chapter_1_End_004 11412 0 Shot06 D: Graham Let's go then... 120_Chapter_1_End_005 1860 0 Shot06b D: Graham Let's go then...

0 2266 Shot07 D: DruidOld Who are these people? 120_Chapter_1_End_006 1902 31 Shot08 D: Graham These are my crew, and if they cannot come with me, then I shall not go! 120_Chapter_1_End_008 3571 0 Shot09 D: DruidOld Follow then. 120_Chapter_1_End_009 1335 2665 Shot10 1 1 C: Cutscenes

1 T: Chapter 2 Begins

0 0 0 4 D: Graham I will be back soon. GRAHAM_2_IoM_shore_001 1260 0 GrahamLine1 D: ArchDruid Keep your senses alert. AD_2_IoM_shore_001_000 1813 0 ArchDruidLine1 D: ArchDruid This weather was not caused by Mother Nature. AD_2_IoM_shore_001_001 5212 0 ArchDruidLine1b D: Graham I will. Goodbye for now. GRAHAM_2_IoM_shore_002 2117 0 GrahamLine2

1 4 C: Action - Look

7 T: Global

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Perhaps the Arch Druid spoke true and wisely in saying that good and evil need to exist in a perfect balance, but Graham still cannot bear the thought that every time evil surfaces around him, his family are the ones who suffer. NARRATOR_2_IoM_circle_001 12643 0

T: Stones

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator The immense stones are simple enough to gaze upon, yet something in them speaks of great mystery... NARRATOR_2_IoM_circle_002_000 5195 0

D: Narrator A subtle but powerful and secret energy that a wise man can never quite hope to grasp. NARRATOR_2_IoM_circle_002_001 5083 0

D: Narrator Here for thousands of years past, and surely for thousands of years yet to come, but as old and as wise as the stones of the Sacred Circle are, Graham sadly cannot find the answers he seeks here. NARRATOR_2_IoM_circle_002_002 11253 0

T: Bonfire

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The fire has gone out, leaving neither traces of the dimmest light nor the remembrances of a guiding glow. NARRATOR_2_IoM_circle_004 5759 0

T: BigTree

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator This solid, solitary tree has stood here for centuries as if guarded by the stone circle, its branches witness to the incredible and secretive magic of the druids. NARRATOR_2_IoM_circle_006 9845 0

T: Branch

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The oak branch is still sturdy, in spite of its orphaned status. NARRATOR_2_IoM_circle_008_001 4427 0

T: BonfireLit

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The energy from the lit zodiac signs is focusing at the center of the circle. NARRATOR_3_IoM_SacredCircle_002_000 4204 0

D: Narrator The energy here looks safer somehow, more calm than that on the stones themselves. NARRATOR_3_IoM_SacredCircle_002_001 5692 0

T: Signs

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Whatever Graham has done with the circle in the Arch Druid's home is definitely having an effect here. NARRATOR_3_IoM_ForestSanctuary_006_000 6154 0

D: Narrator These signs look incredibly powerful and filled with a strange energy. NARRATOR_3_IoM_ForestSanctuary_006_001 4727 0

D: Narrator Graham should be careful here! NARRATOR_3_IoM_ForestSanctuary_006_002 1831 0

C: Action - Hand

4 T: Stones

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator Placing his hand on one of the stones, Graham is overwhelmed by their size. NARRATOR_2_IoM_circle_003_000 4325 0

D: Narrator Compared to them, he cannot help feeling small and inconsequential, and surprisingly young in the world. NARRATOR_2_IoM_circle_003_001 5745 0

D: Narrator While the surface of the stone has been smoothed by the wind over the centuries, it also has many grooves and nicks in it, scars of forgotten times and moments long past. NARRATOR_2_IoM_circle_003_002 9577 0

D: Narrator What made them is now anyone's guess. NARRATOR_2_IoM_circle_003_003 2628 0

T: Bonfire

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator As much as Graham is searching for some kind of warmth to keep his heart from growing cold and hopeless, even the very real fire in this pit burned out quite some time ago. NARRATOR_2_IoM_circle_005 9413 0

T: BigTree

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator One of its branches has already fallen to the ground, and Graham wishes no more harm to the tree. NARRATOR_2_IoM_circle_007 5050 0

T: BonfireLit

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Oo, it tingles and glows! NARRATOR_3_IoM_SacredCircle_004 2917 0

C: Cutscenes

13 T: Graham Seeks Answers

0 0 0 2 D: ArchDruid The wisdom in them, at times, is overwhelming. GrmSksAnsr_AD03_A 5015 0 GrahamSeeksAnswersShot02a D: Graham Good day, Arch Druid. GrmSksAnsr_Grm03_B 1163 0 GrahamSeeksAnswersShot02b T: Graham Seeks Answers 2

0 0 0 2 D: ArchDruid They have been here since before our time, and will remain ever after. GrmSksAnsr_AD04_A 5861 0 GrahamSeeksAnswersShot03a D: Graham I wish I, too, could be enlightened by their wisdom. GrmSksAnsr_Grm04_B 4013 0 GrahamSeeksAnswersShot03b T: Graham Seeks Answers 3

0 0 0 1 D: ArchDruid Much of what they would teach you, you may already know. GrmSksAnsr_AD05_A 3583 0 GrahamSeeksAnswersShot04a T: Graham Seeks Answers 4

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Yet I don't have all the answers. GrmSksAnsr_Grm05_B 1724 0 GrahamSeeksAnswersShot04b T: Graham Seeks Answers 5

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Especially the ones I'm seeking. GrmSksAnsr_Grm06 1736 0 GrahamSeeksAnswersShot05 T: Graham Seeks Answers 6

0 0 0 1 D: ArchDruid And what is it that you seek? GrmSksAnsr_AD07_A 3793 0 GrahamSeeksAnswersShot07a T: Graham Seeks Answers 7

0 0 0 1 D: Graham I haven't managed to find a way to stop evil from reaching my family. GrmSksAnsr_Grm07_B 3282 0 GrahamSeeksAnswersShot07b T: Graham Seeks Answers 8

0 0 0 1 D: ArchDruid You surely understand we cannot live in a world without evil. All things must exist in a perfect balance. GrmSksAnsr_AD08 8042 0 GrahamSeeksAnswersShot08 T: Graham Seeks Answers 9

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Such perfection makes some innocents suffer. GrmSksAnsr_Grm09 2670 0 GrahamSeeksAnswersShot09 T: Graham Seeks Answers 10

0 0 0 1 D: ArchDruid It does us no good to question Mother Nature and her actions; we cannot change those. We can only accept them. Had you not faced the evils you have, you may feel differently. GrmSksAnsr_AD10 18019 0 GrahamSeeksAnswersShot10 T: Graham Seeks Answers 11

0 0 0 1 D: ArchDruid You are a good and strong king because you have seen the face of evil. GrmSksAnsr_AD11 7108 0 GrahamSeeksAnswersShot11 T: Graham Seeks Answers 12

0 0 0 1 D: Graham There are simpler paths to becoming a good king. GrmSksAnsr_Grm12 3871 0 GrahamSeeksAnswersShot12 T: Graham Seeks Answers 13

0 0 0 1 D: ArchDruid The simpler paths may look that way in the beginning, but the path you have chosen has left you better prepared for what you now face. You should not have any regret for your choices. GrmSksAnsr_AD13 12804 4196 GrahamSeeksAnswersShot13 C: Action - Use

5 T: Item on FirePit Success

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The item glows with magical energy, imbued with the power of the zodiac signs. NARRATOR_3_IoC_Crossroads_007 5712 0

D: Graham Amazing! GRAHAM_2_IoM_sanctuary_001 744 0

T: Item on FirePit Fail

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Hmmm.... GRAHAM_2_IoC_villageupper_006 844 0

T: Any Item

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Graham doesn't want to empower that. NARRATOR_3_IoM_SacredCircle_005 2172 0

T: NightshadeShell

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Take it out of the shell, first. NARRATOR_3_IoM_SacredCircle_006 2675 0

T: CandleMelt

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The candle's work done, it melts into a puddle of iridescent wax in Graham's hand. NARRATOR_2_IoB_basement_100 0 0

1 2 C: Action - Look

7 T: Global

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Perhaps the Arch Druid spoke true and wisely in saying that good and evil need to exist in a perfect balance, but Graham still cannot bear the thought that every time evil surfaces around him, his family are the ones who suffer. NARRATOR_2_IoM_circle_001 12643 0

T: Stones

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The immense stones are simple enough to gaze upon, yet something in them speaks of great mystery... NARRATOR_2_IoM_circle_002_000 5195 0

D: Narrator A subtle but powerful and secret energy that a wise man can never quite hope to grasp. NARRATOR_2_IoM_circle_002_001 5083 0

T: Bonfire

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The fire has gone out, leaving neither traces of the dimmest light nor the remembrances of a guiding glow. NARRATOR_2_IoM_circle_004 5759 0

T: BigTree

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator This solid, solitary tree has stood here for centuries as if guarded by the stone circle, its branches witness to the incredible and secretive magic of the druids. NARRATOR_2_IoM_circle_006 9845 0

T: Branch

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The oak branch is still sturdy, in spite of its orphaned status. NARRATOR_2_IoM_circle_008_001 4427 0

T: BonfireLit

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator The energy from the lit zodiac signs is focusing at the center of the circle. NARRATOR_3_IoM_SacredCircle_002_000 4204 0

D: Narrator The energy here looks safer somehow, more calm than that on the stones themselves. NARRATOR_3_IoM_SacredCircle_002_001 5692 0

T: Signs

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator Whatever Graham has done with the circle in the Arch Druid's home is definitely having an effect here. NARRATOR_3_IoM_ForestSanctuary_006_000 6154 0

D: Narrator These signs look incredibly powerful and filled with a strange energy. NARRATOR_3_IoM_ForestSanctuary_006_001 4727 0

D: Narrator Graham should be careful here! NARRATOR_3_IoM_ForestSanctuary_006_002 1831 0

C: Action - Hand

4 T: Stones

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Placing his hand on one of the stones, Graham is overwhelmed by their size. NARRATOR_2_IoM_circle_003_000 4325 0

T: Bonfire

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator As much as Graham is searching for some kind of warmth to keep his heart from growing cold and hopeless, even the very real fire in this pit burned out quite some time ago. NARRATOR_2_IoM_circle_005 9413 0

T: BigTree

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator One of its branches has already fallen to the ground, and Graham wishes no more harm to the tree. NARRATOR_2_IoM_circle_007 5050 0

T: BonfireLit

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The glyphs seem to be affecting this energy. Graham should be careful when playing with it. NARRATOR_3_IoM_SacredCircle_003 0 0

1 3 C: Action - Look

5 T: Global

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Perhaps the Arch Druid spoke true and wisely in saying that good and evil need to exist in a perfect balance, but Graham still cannot bear the thought that every time evil surfaces around him, his family are the ones who suffer. NARRATOR_2_IoM_circle_001 12643 0

T: Stones

0 0 0 3 D: Narrator The immense stones are simple enough to gaze upon, yet something in them speaks of great mystery... NARRATOR_2_IoM_circle_002_000 5195 0

D: Narrator A subtle but powerful and secret energy that a wise man can never quite hope to grasp. NARRATOR_2_IoM_circle_002_001 5083 0

D: Narrator Here for thousands of years past, and surely for thousands of years yet to come, but as old and as wise as the stones of the Sacred Circle are, Graham sadly cannot find the answers he seeks here. NARRATOR_2_IoM_circle_002_002 11253 0

T: Bonfire

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator The fire has gone out, leaving neither traces of the dimmest light nor the remembrances of a guiding glow. NARRATOR_2_IoM_circle_004 5759 0

T: BigTree

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator This solid, solitary tree has stood here for centuries as if guarded by the stone circle, its branches witness to the incredible and secretive magic of the druids. NARRATOR_2_IoM_circle_006 9845 0

T: Branch

0 0 0 2 D: Narrator One of the tree branches has fallen from its father, and in a more natural way than how Rosella and Alexander were taken from Graham. NARRATOR_2_IoM_circle_008_000 6997 0

D: Narrator The oak branch is still sturdy, however, in spite of its orphaned status. NARRATOR_2_IoM_circle_008_001 4427 0

C: Action - Hand

3 T: Stones

0 0 0 4 D: Narrator Placing his hand on one of the stones, Graham is overwhelmed by their size. NARRATOR_2_IoM_circle_003_000 4325 0

D: Narrator Compared to them, he cannot help feeling small and inconsequential, and surprisingly young in the world. NARRATOR_2_IoM_circle_003_001 5745 0

D: Narrator While the surface of the stone has been smoothed by the wind over the centuries, it also has many grooves and nicks in it, scars of forgotten times and moments long past. NARRATOR_2_IoM_circle_003_002 9577 0

D: Narrator What made them is now anyone's guess. NARRATOR_2_IoM_circle_003_003 2628 0

T: Bonfire

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator As much as Graham is searching for some kind of warmth to keep his heart from growing cold and hopeless, even the very real fire in this pit burned out quite some time ago. NARRATOR_2_IoM_circle_005 9413 0

T: BigTree

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator One of its branches has already fallen to the ground, and Graham wishes no more harm to the tree. NARRATOR_2_IoM_circle_007 5050 0

C: Cutscenes

13 T: Graham Seeks Answers

0 0 0 2 D: ArchDruid The wisdom in them, at times, is overwhelming. GrmSksAnsr_AD03_A 5015 0 GrahamSeeksAnswersShot02a D: Graham Good day, Arch Druid. GrmSksAnsr_Grm03_B 1163 0 GrahamSeeksAnswersShot02b T: Graham Seeks Answers 2

0 0 0 2 D: ArchDruid They have been here since before our time, and will remain ever after. GrmSksAnsr_AD04_A 5861 0

D: Graham I wish I, too, could be enlightened by their wisdom. GrmSksAnsr_Grm04_B 4013 0

T: Graham Seeks Answers 3

0 0 0 1 D: ArchDruid Much of what they would teach you, you may already know. GrmSksAnsr_AD05_A 3583 0

T: Graham Seeks Answers 4

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Yet I don't have all the answers. GrmSksAnsr_Grm05_B 1724 0

T: Graham Seeks Answers 5

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Especially the ones I'm seeking. GrmSksAnsr_Grm06 1736 0

T: Graham Seeks Answers 6

0 0 0 1 D: ArchDruid And what is it that you seek? GrmSksAnsr_AD07_A 3793 0

T: Graham Seeks Answers 7

0 0 0 1 D: Graham I haven't managed to find a way to stop evil from reaching my family. GrmSksAnsr_Grm07_B 3282 0

T: Graham Seeks Answers 8

0 0 0 1 D: ArchDruid You surely understand we cannot live in a world without evil. All things must exist in a perfect balance. GrmSksAnsr_AD08 8042 0

T: Graham Seeks Answers 9

0 0 0 1 D: Graham Such perfection makes some innocents suffer. GrmSksAnsr_Grm09 2670 0

T: Graham Seeks Answers 10

0 0 0 1 D: ArchDruid It does us no good to question Mother Nature and her actions; we cannot change those. We can only accept them. Had you not faced the evils you have, you may feel differently. GrmSksAnsr_AD10 18019 0

T: Graham Seeks Answers 11

0 0 0 1 D: ArchDruid You are a good and strong king because you have seen the face of evil. GrmSksAnsr_AD11 7108 0

T: Graham Seeks Answers 12

0 0 0 1 D: Graham There are simpler paths to becoming a good king. GrmSksAnsr_Grm12 3871 0

T: Graham Seeks Answers 13

0 0 0 1 D: ArchDruid The simpler paths may look that way in the beginning, but the path you have chosen has left you better prepared for what you now face. You should not have any regret for your choices. GrmSksAnsr_AD13 12804 4196


1 7 C: Play

4 T: Pre-Rehersal

0 0 0 1 D: Othello It is the cause, it is the cause, my soul, yet she must die, else she'll betray more men. OTHELLO_2_IoS_theater_001 6122 0 OthelloLine1 T: Rehersal

0 0 0 19 D: MuseMelpomene Who's there? DESDEMONA_2_IoS_theatre_001_000 1152 0 MuseMelpomeneLine1 D: MuseMelpomene Othello? DESDEMONA_2_IoS_theatre_001_001 1657 0 MuseMelpomeneLine1b D: Othello Ay. Have you pray'd to-night, Desdemona? OTHELLO_2_IoS_theater_002_000 3443 0 OthelloLine2 D: Othello If you bethink yourself of any crime I would not kill thy unprepared spirit. OTHELLO_2_IoS_theater_002_001 5651 0 OthelloLine2b D: MuseMelpomene Talk you of killing? DESDEMONA_2_IoS_theatre_002 1769 0 MuseMelpomeneLine2 D: Othello Ay, I do. OTHELLO_2_IoS_theater_003 1816 0 OthelloLine3 D: MuseMelpomene That death's unnatural that kills for loving. DESDEMONA_2_IoS_theatre_003_000 3085 0 MuseMelpomeneLine3 D: MuseMelpomene Guiltiness I know not. DESDEMONA_2_IoS_theatre_003_001 2607 0 MuseMelpomeneLine3b D: MuseMelpomene But yet I feel fear. DESDEMONA_2_IoS_theatre_003_002 1994 0 MuseMelpomeneLine3c D: Othello Think on thy sins. OTHELLO_2_IoS_theater_004 1922 0 OthelloLine4 D: MuseMelpomene They are loves I bear to you. DESDEMONA_2_IoS_theatre_004 2686 0 MuseMelpomeneLine4 D: Othello That handkerchief which I so loved and gave thee. OTHELLO_2_IoS_theater_005_000 3163 0 OthelloLine5 D: Othello Thou gavest to Cassio. OTHELLO_2_IoS_theater_005_001 2176 0 OthelloLine5b D: MuseMelpomene No, by my life and soul! DESDEMONA_2_IoS_theatre_005_000 2806 0 MuseMelpomeneLine5 D: MuseMelpomene

I never did offend you in my life.

DESDEMONA_2_IoS_theatre_005_001 2657 0 MuseMelpomeneLine5b D: MuseMelpomene Let him confess a truth. DESDEMONA_2_IoS_theatre_005_002 2091 0 MuseMelpomeneLine5c D: Othello His mouth is stopp'd. OTHELLO_2_IoS_theater_006 2492 0 OthelloLine6 D: MuseMelpomene What, my lord? DESDEMONA_2_IoS_theatre_006_000 1021 0 MuseMelpomeneLine6 D: MuseMelpomene Alas! I am undone. DESDEMONA_2_IoS_theatre_006_001 3169 0 MuseMelpomeneLine6b T: Rehersal2

0 0 0 2 D: MuseMelpomene Kill me to-morrow; let me live to-night! DESDEMONA_2_IoS_theatre_006_002 3431 0 MuseMelpomeneLine6c D: Othello It is too late. OTHELLO_2_IoS_theater_007 1478 0 OthelloLine7 T: Choke

0 0 0 1 D: MuseMelpomene

  • Chokes*

Desdemona_Dies 0 0

C: Muses

3 T: First Time Greetings

0 0 0 23 D: Graham Good day, my ladies. GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_001_000 897 0 GrahamLine1 D: Graham You attract a lot of attention around here. GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_001_001 2201 0 GrahamLine1b D: Graham May I ask who you are? GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_001_002 1376 0 GrahamLine1c D: MuseEratos But of course we attract attention. ERATO_2_IoS_artblvd_001_000 1618 0 EratosLine1 D: MuseEratos We are the Muses, O mortal. ERATO_2_IoS_artblvd_001_001 1992 0 EratosLine1b D: Graham The Muses? I'm honored to be standing in the presence of all... GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_002_000 3241 0 GrahamLine2 D: Graham ...three of you? GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_002_001 977 0 GrahamLine2b D: Graham I thought there were nine Muses altogether. GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_002_002 2384 0 GrahamLine2c D: MuseThalia Oh, yes, yes, there are, sir, there are. THALIA_2_IoS_artblvd_001 2627 0 ThaliaLine1 D: Graham Then where are the rest of your sisters? GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_003 1460 0 GrahamLine3 D: MuseThalia Oh, just "musing" away somewhere, I suppose! (laughs) THALIA_2_IoS_artblvd_002 6182 0 ThaliaLine2 D: MuseEratos Don't mind Thalia. ERATO_2_IoS_artblvd_002_000 1556 0 EratosLine2 D: MuseEratos She's the Muse of Comedy, as frivolous as the snow in the high mountains. ERATO_2_IoS_artblvd_002_001 4437 0 EratosLine2b D: Graham And who might you be? GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_004 864 0 GrahamLine4 D: MuseEratos Can you not see? ERATO_2_IoS_artblvd_003_000 1511 0 EratosLine3 D: MuseEratos I am Erato, the Muse of Lyrics and Poetry, of course. ERATO_2_IoS_artblvd_003_001 4464 0 EratosLine3b D: Graham And you are the Muse of Music, right? GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_005 1552 0 GrahamLine5 D: MuseEratos Yes, what my dear sister Euterpe lacks in words, she more than makes up for in her music. ERATO_2_IoS_artblvd_004_000 5517 0 EratosLine4 D: MuseEratos We match to one another like the laurels of a crown... ERATO_2_IoS_artblvd_004_001 3172 0 EratosLine4b D: MuseEratos Thalia and I have taken a brief respite from our day's work to listen to her fingers dance on her harp. ERATO_2_IoS_artblvd_004_002 6573 0 EratosLine4c D: MuseEratos Do you hear the magic? ERATO_2_IoS_artblvd_004_003 1695 0 EratosLine4d D: MuseEratos Is she not wonderful at what she does, shivering feelings from head to toes? ERATO_2_IoS_artblvd_004_004 6458 0 EratosLine4e D: Graham Indeed she is. GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_006 1291 0 GrahamLine6 T: Second Time Greetings

0 0 0 3 D: Graham My most beautiful ladies. How fare you today? GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_007 2307 0 GrahamLine7 D: MuseEratos As well as the breeze from the east, caressing hands we cannot see. ERATO_2_IoS_artblvd_005 3898 0 EratosLine5 D: MuseThalia (laughs) THALIA_2_IoS_artblvd_002b 1376 0 ThaliaLine2b T: Topics

0 0 4 0 T: The Theater

0 0 0 18 D: Graham Is that a theater at the end of the street? GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_008 1597 0 GrahamLine8 D: MuseThalia Oh, it is a wonderful theater! THALIA_2_IoS_artblvd_003_000 2383 0 ThaliaLine3 D: MuseThalia I have performed in more shows there than there are people in this city! THALIA_2_IoS_artblvd_003_001 4549 0 ThaliaLine3b D: MuseEratos Yes, we are all roots to the magnificent tree. ERATO_2_IoS_artblvd_006_000 3205 0 EratosLine6 D: MuseEratos Thalia and her sister Melpomene are almost always on stage. ERATO_2_IoS_artblvd_006_001 5080 0 EratosLine6b D: MuseEratos I write the words to the songs for the plays and Euterpe adds the melody for them. ERATO_2_IoS_artblvd_006_002 5130 0 EratosLine6c D: MuseEratos Is there any chance you will be staying for the next play? ERATO_2_IoS_artblvd_006_003 3148 0 EratosLine6d D: Graham I wish I could, but I'm on an urgent mission, and I can't watch you perform today, as talented as you are. GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_009_000 5026 0 GrahamLine9 D: Graham Maybe some other time. GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_009_001 1384 0 GrahamLine9b D: MuseThalia You can't miss my next play! THALIA_2_IoS_artblvd_004_000 2206 0 ThaliaLine4 D: MuseThalia "A Midsummer Night's Dream." I'll be playing Titania! THALIA_2_IoS_artblvd_004_001 4984 0 ThaliaLine4b D: Graham I can't promise you anything, but I'll try. GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_010 2299 0 GrahamLine10 D: MuseThalia I'll send you kisses from the stage! (laughs) THALIA_2_IoS_artblvd_005 5953 0 ThaliaLine5 D: Graham Thank you, dear child, but I' m married. GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_011 1854 0 GrahamLine11 D: MuseThalia And I'm not! (laughs) THALIA_2_IoS_artblvd_006 3253 0 ThaliaLine6 D: MuseEratos Thalia, leave the human in peace. ERATO_2_IoS_artblvd_007_000 2579 0 EratosLine7 D: MuseEratos Forgive my sister, please. ERATO_2_IoS_artblvd_007_001 2326 0 EratosLine7b D: Graham It's alright. GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_012 578 2000 GrahamLine12 T: The Artist Boulevard

0 0 1 11 T: The Four Winds The Four Winds 0 0 0 18 D: Graham Impressive statues. GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_017_000 1111 1000 GrahamLine17 D: Graham Is there anything you can tell me about them? GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_017_001 1812 0 GrahamLine17b D: MuseThalia They're big, aren't they? THALIA_2_IoS_artblvd_009 1558 0 ThaliaLine9 D: Graham I can see that, but what else can you tell me about them? GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_018 2912 0 GrahamLine18 D: MuseEratos They are totems to the four winds. ERATO_2_IoS_artblvd_010_000 2027 0 EratosLine10 D: MuseEratos When the winds blow through them, which is nearly every day on this high peak, you can hear a most beautiful symphony in the air. ERATO_2_IoS_artblvd_010_001 8528 0 EratosLine10b D: MuseEratos It is very fitting that the statues should produce such beautiful sounds, because, like us, the four winds are very fond of music. ERATO_2_IoS_artblvd_011_000 9227 0 EratosLine11 D: MuseEratos They are drawn to it like bees to honey. ERATO_2_IoS_artblvd_011_001 3014 0 EratosLine11b D: Graham Is that true? GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_020 991 0 GrahamLine20 D: MuseEratos Yes, it is. ERATO_2_IoS_artblvd_012 922 0 EratosLine12 D: MuseThalia They are picky ones, though. THALIA_2_IoS_artblvd_010 1922 0 ThaliaLine10 D: Graham What do you mean by that? GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_021 820 0 GrahamLine21 D: MuseThalia I'll let you in on a little secret because I like you! (laughs) THALIA_2_IoS_artblvd_011_000 4009 0 ThaliaLine11 D: MuseThalia Many people have sought to call them, but what they don't know is that they will only answer to certain instruments. THALIA_2_IoS_artblvd_011_001 7749 0 ThaliaLine11b D: Graham I see. GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_022_000 791 1000 GrahamLine22 D: Graham And what would these instruments be? GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_022_001 2315 0 GrahamLine22b D: MuseEratos Your eyes could tell you that better than we could, as sometimes an answer cannot be found in books. ERATO_2_IoS_artblvd_013 7069 0 EratosLine13 D: Graham Thank you very much for this information. GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_023 2352 0 GrahamLine23 D: Graham Do you usually spend your time in this place? GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_013 1801 0 GrahamLine13 D: MuseThalia Always! THALIA_2_IoS_artblvd_007 817 0 ThaliaLine7 D: MuseEratos It is one of the richest fountains of inspiration in the world. We often come here to visit the Winged Ones. ERATO_2_IoS_artblvd_008_000 5178 0 EratosLine8 D: MuseEratos They are some of the finest artisans in existence, pressing foliages, filtering substances, there is little yet that, to their fingers, holds resistance. ERATO_2_IoS_artblvd_008_001 10582 0 EratosLine8b D: Graham Some of? GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_014_000 652 1000 GrahamLine14 D: Graham Does that mean that you don't consider them to be the best artisans there are? GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_014_001 3503 0 GrahamLine14b D: MuseThalia No, no. They are definitely good at what they do, but I personally have always liked your race a little more. I mean... THALIA_2_IoS_artblvd_008_000 9226 0 ThaliaLine8 D: MuseThalia ...people that are born perfect can get pretty dull after a while, wouldn't you agree? THALIA_2_IoS_artblvd_008_001 5471 0 ThaliaLine8b D: Graham Well! I never thought I'd meet someone in the City of the Winged Ones that would have something nice to say about humans! GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_015 5766 0 GrahamLine15 D: MuseEratos It is shameful at times, but who are we to judge these people, when in the end we are all but drops together in the sea of this world? ERATO_2_IoS_artblvd_009 7862 0 EratosLine9 D: Graham That's very true. GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_016 1003 1000 GrahamLine16 T: The Arts

0 0 0 18 D: Graham My memory fails me now that I'm getting older. GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_024_000 2040 0 GrahamLine24 D: Graham What are these arts you represent? GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_024_001 2400 0 GrahamLine24b D: MuseEratos You are an inquiring mind. ERATO_2_IoS_artblvd_014_000 2270 0 EratosLine14 D: MuseEratos Terpsichore, the Muse of Dance, is submerging into the subcutaneous whirling of the melodies that make her feet anxious. ERATO_2_IoS_artblvd_014_001 7939 0 EratosLine14b D: MuseEratos I wonder sometimes where she gets the energy to dance so well for so long. ERATO_2_IoS_artblvd_014_002 4647 0 EratosLine14c D: MuseEratos Maybe from the stars, maybe from the sweet fruits of the sun? ERATO_2_IoS_artblvd_014_003 5839 0 EratosLine14d D: MuseThalia And my dark, dreary sister Melpomene is performing at the theater at the end of the boulevard, crying a river while rehearsing! (laughs) THALIA_2_IoS_artblvd_012_000 9336 0 ThaliaLine12 D: MuseThalia Right now they are performing something very interesting by a most inspiring author... THALIA_2_IoS_artblvd_012_001 6623 0 ThaliaLine12b D: MuseEratos Yes, he is quite an astounding writer. ERATO_2_IoS_artblvd_015_000 2967 0 EratosLine15 D: MuseEratos His quill moves as graciously as a dove gliding through the skies. ERATO_2_IoS_artblvd_015_001 5501 0 EratosLine15b D: Graham But what about your four other sisters? GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_025 1942 0 GrahamLine25 D: MuseEratos Clio and Calliope are undoubtedly together in the city library, marrying ideas into one, as History and Epic could never be divorced. ERATO_2_IoS_artblvd_016_000 9389 0 EratosLine16 D: MuseEratos Polyhymnia, the Muse of Hymns, might be with them as well, injecting some of her chants through the veins of their minds. ERATO_2_IoS_artblvd_016_001 7795 0 EratosLine16b D: Graham And your ninth sister is Urania, correct? GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_026 2241 0 GrahamLine26 D: MuseEratos Correct, and she's probably perched on the highest nest, waiting for the stars to come out. ERATO_2_IoS_artblvd_017 5675 0 EratosLine17 D: MuseThalia Maybe she should just try to fall and hit her head (laughs.) THALIA_2_IoS_artblvd_013 4584 0 ThaliaLine13 D: MuseEratos I sometimes wonder how we could be siblings, Thalia. ERATO_2_IoS_artblvd_018_000 3816 0 EratosLine18 D: MuseEratos How... oh how... ERATO_2_IoS_artblvd_018_001 2697 0 EratosLine18b T: Goodbye

0 0 0 3 D: Graham Farewell, ladies. GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_027 944 0 GrahamLine27 D: MuseThalia Good-bye! THALIA_2_IoS_artblvd_014 999 0 ThaliaLine14 D: MuseEratos Farewell, mortal. ERATO_2_IoS_artblvd_019 1160 0 EratosLine19 C: Action - Use

16 T: Poetry Book Part 1

0 0 0 3 D: Graham Milady? I have a gift for you. GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_028 1543 0 GrahamLine28 D: MuseEratos Oh? What is it? ERATO_2_IoS_artblvd_020 2082 0 EratosLine20 D: Graham It's a book of poetry. I thought you might be intereste-- GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_029 3391 0 GrahamLine29 T: Poetry Book Part 2

0 0 0 2 D: MuseEratos Oh, of course I'm interested, generous human! ERATO_2_IoS_artblvd_021_000 2668 0 EratosLine21 D: MuseEratos Thank you ever so much! ERATO_2_IoS_artblvd_021_001 2295 0 EratosLine21b T: Poetry Book Part 3a

0 0 0 1 D: MuseEuterpe Oh, sister, what does it say? EUTERPE_2_IoS_artblvd_001_000 2497 0

T: Poetry Book Part 3b

0 0 0 6 D: MuseEuterpe Can you read it to us? EUTERPE_2_IoS_artblvd_001_001 2291 0

D: MuseThalia Yes, maybe you'll find something funny in there. I'd like that! THALIA_2_IoS_artblvd_015 4175 0 ThaliaLine15 D: MuseEratos Oh, this is beautiful, just beautiful! ERATO_2_IoS_artblvd_022 2754 0 EratosLine22 D: MuseEratos Bliss... in the meeting of a gaze, sacred shadows always met... ERATO_2_IoS_artblvd_024_000 0 0 EratosLine22b D: MuseEratos Prosperity arisen in these broken kisses, while the light fades, but the sun never sets. ERATO_2_IoS_artblvd_024_001 0 0

D: MuseEratos Vanity of swallowed prides, gathered in the hollow banks, of these houses, these villages, these ghostly empty sights ERATO_2_IoS_artblvd_024_002 0 0

T: Imaged Emerald Without Having Introduced

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Maybe Graham should introduce himself first. NARRATOR_2_IoS_artblvd_020 3092 0

T: Imaged Emerald After Having Introduced Part 1

0 0 0 8 D: Graham I must bother you again, young lad. GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_040 1635 0 GrahamLine40 D: Painter Huh? PAINTER_2_IoS_artblvd_010_000 839 0 PainterLine4 D: Painter Oh! PAINTER_2_IoS_artblvd_010_001 1085 0 PainterLine4b D: Painter You again! PAINTER_2_IoS_artblvd_010_002 1278 0 PainterLine4c D: Painter What is it now? PAINTER_2_IoS_artblvd_010_003 1411 0 PainterLine4d D: Graham I have a request for you. GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_041 1487 0 GrahamLine41 D: Painter It doesn't surprise me. PAINTER_2_IoS_artblvd_011_000 1511 0 PainterLine5 D: Graham Maybe you would be interested in seeing this. GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_042 2043 0 GrahamLine42 T: Imaged Emerald After Having Introduced Part 2

0 0 0 20 D: Painter What is it? PAINTER_2_IoS_artblvd_012_000 823 0 PainterLine6 D: Painter Could it be? PAINTER_2_IoS_artblvd_012_001 2659 0

D: Graham A fruit from the Tree of Memories. GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_043 2024 0 GrahamLine43 D: Painter How could that be possible? PAINTER_2_IoS_artblvd_013_000 1486 0 PainterLine7 D: Painter A mere earthling with such a valuable possession? PAINTER_2_IoS_artblvd_013_001 3402 0 PainterLine7b D: Painter Who did you steal it from? PAINTER_2_IoS_artblvd_013_002 2015 0 PainterLine7c D: Graham You should consider being more respectful if you really want this precious stone. GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_044 3863 0 GrahamLine44 D: Painter What is it you want? PAINTER_2_IoS_artblvd_014 2039 0 PainterLine8 D: Graham There's a memory stored in this gem now. GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_045_000 1840 0 GrahamLine45 D: Graham I would like you to paint me an exact replica. GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_045_001 2477 0 GrahamLine45b D: Painter I don't waste my time in such trivialities! PAINTER_2_IoS_artblvd_015 2741 0 PainterLine9 D: Graham Is that so? GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_046_000 802 0 GrahamLine46 D: Graham Or maybe you just don't have the skills to do it? GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_046_001 3028 0 GrahamLine46b D: Painter How dare you?! PAINTER_2_IoS_artblvd_016_000 951 0 PainterLine10 D: Painter A mere earthling to speak to me in such a manner? PAINTER_2_IoS_artblvd_016_001 3084 0 PainterLine10b D: Painter Of course I can do it! PAINTER_2_IoS_artblvd_016_002 1607 0 PainterLine10c D: Graham If you do it for me, I'll let you keep the gem. GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_047 1969 0 GrahamLine47 D: Painter Hmmmm. A smart one. PAINTER_2_IoS_artblvd_017_000 2014 0 PainterLine11 D: Painter You don't see much of those these days. PAINTER_2_IoS_artblvd_017_001 2546 0 PainterLine11b D: Painter All right, you have yourself a deal. PAINTER_2_IoS_artblvd_017_002 2881 0 PainterLine11c T: Imaged Emerald After Having Introduced Part 3

0 0 0 1 D: Painter Now leave so I can work on your painting. PAINTER_2_IoS_artblvd_017_003 2348 0 PainterLine12 T: Imaged Emerald After Having the Painting

0 0 0 1 D: Graham I'd better not waste my time. GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_035 1600 0

T: Wooden Piece Without Having Introduced

0 0 0 1 D: Narrator Maybe Graham should introduce himself first. NARRATOR_2_IoS_artblvd_021 3423 0

T: Wooden Piece After Having Introduced Part 1

0 0 0 10 D: Graham Good day once more. GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_048_000 960 0 GrahamLine48 D: Graham I need a favor from you. GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_048_001 1254 0 GrahamLine48b D: Painter Ahh, look what the cat dragged in again. PAINTER_2_IoS_artblvd_018_000 2237 0 PainterLine16 D: Painter You terrans love being humiliated. PAINTER_2_IoS_artblvd_018_001 2429 0 PainterLine16b D: Graham That's only if you believe one race has the power to humiliate another, but, I'm not here to discuss such matters. GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_049 5336 0 GrahamLine49 D: Painter You are lucky you've found me in my resting time. PAINTER_2_IoS_artblvd_019 2253 0 PainterLine17 D: Graham Oddly enough, I don't see a lot of work being accomplished. GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_050 2721 0 GrahamLine50 D: Painter That's none of your business. PAINTER_2_IoS_artblvd_020_000 1650 0 PainterLine18 D: Painter I have decided to take a free day to enjoy nature. PAINTER_2_IoS_artblvd_020_001 4729 0 PainterLine18b D: Graham I need you to paint this in white for me. GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_051 2080 0 GrahamLine51 T: Wooden Piece After Having Introduced Part 2

0 0 0 13 D: Graham I know it won't be an easy task -- to convince you that is... GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_052_000 3219 0 GrahamLine52 D: Graham ...and I wouldn't be asking you if I didn't really need it. GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_052_001 2845 0 GrahamLine52b D: Graham So, ask for whatever you want in return. GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_052_002 2427 0 GrahamLine52c D: Painter Whatever I want... PAINTER_2_IoS_artblvd_021_000 1652 0 PainterLine19 D: Painter This should be funny. PAINTER_2_IoS_artblvd_021_001 1591 0 PainterLine19b D: Painter I've earned myself a genie... PAINTER_2_IoS_artblvd_021_002 2013 0 PainterLine19c D: Painter ...or should I say a slave? PAINTER_2_IoS_artblvd_021_003 1956 0 PainterLine19d D: Graham If it amuses you so, then consider it that way. GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_053 2685 0 GrahamLine53 D: Painter Hmmm, now what could I...? PAINTER_2_IoS_artblvd_022_000 2646 0 PainterLine20 D: Painter All right, earthling, bring me a golden paintbrush. PAINTER_2_IoS_artblvd_022_001 4815 0 PainterLine20b D: Painter I will keep this while you are gone and if you succeed, I will paint your... thing. PAINTER_2_IoS_artblvd_022_002 6072 0 PainterLine20c D: Graham All right. I'll be back with your item. GRAHAM_2_IoS_artblvd_054 2717 0 GrahamLine54 D: Painter Please, surprise me. PAINTER_2_IoS_artblvd_023 2318 0 PainterLine21 T: Golden Paintbrush Before Wo