|Can you think of some other way of entering a person?|
|Possession is nine-tenths of the law.|
|Date Published||Tuesday, September 20, 2005|
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A sidequest involving facing off against your own personification of sins? Oh goody!
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|Old Man||My castle! My precious antique radio broadcasting castle! You kids ruined it!|
|Red Mage||Old man, we've already agreed to help replace your tower!|
|Black Mage||(butting in) So stop whining or start bleeding. The choice is yours.|
|Old Man||Young people today, with their long hair and their violence.|
|Red Mage||(to Black Mage) Shush!|
|Old Man||In my day we were humble.|
|Old Man||Hair was a priviledge, not a right. And threats of violence is what you used to keep slanty-eared minorities in their place.|
|Thief||Suddenly, I can't think of why we shouldn't deal with this in our usual efficient matter.|
|Red Mage||Because I called dibs.|
This has "sidequest" written all over it.
|Red Mage||Now, sir, if you'll just tells us what it is we need.|
|Old Man||I'll tell you what you need.|
What you young people today need is
Go to the Castle of Ordeals.
|Red Mage||And where is that?|
|Old Man||West. Go to the west.|
|Red Mage||And they'll have, what?|
|Old Man||West. The Castle of Ordeals. Write it down.|
|Red Mage||There's certainly no need to yell, sir.|
|Swordopolis||(aside) There has got to be a better way to possess these people.|
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