Quest Talk:Instance: A Need for Words

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This instace has different events and is longer when playing a captain.

—The preceding unsigned comment was added by Tharondir (Contribs • Message) at 06:07, 27 June 2014‎.
Some raw text of some dialogue options

Aragorn says, This is <name>, a captain of Rohan! Aragorn says, This is not my land, but both of us will fight to defend it! Aragorn says, On this night that is all that matters! Aragorn says, Now what, <name>?

What should I say to them, my friend? Options:I am here for the king! I am here for Rohan! I am here to defeat Saruman! Response:Aragorn nods and prepares to convey the message. Button:Good.

I don't know why I am here! A puzzled expression crosses Aragorn's face. "Really? Well, I suppose you know what you're doing..." Let us hope!

I am here for Rohan! Aragorn says, Do you know why this captain is here today? Aragorn says, <name> is here for Rohan! Aragorn says, We are all here for Rohan! She will not fall! Aragorn says, Now what, <name>?

What should I say to them, my friend? We face a great enemy! We face impossible odds! We face the armies of Saruman! We face our own fears! Aragorn nods. His face shines bravely in the dark, even as he contemplates the foe. Good.

We face a great enemy! Aragorn says, The army of Saruman numbers in the thousands. Aragorn says, Brutal Orc and savage Dunlending tribesman unite to destroy you. Aragorn says, None can deny that we face a great enemy! Aragorn says, Now what, <name>?

What should I say to them, my friend? We can have victory! We can withstand their attacks! We must not be defeated! Aragorn's eyes are alight with a confident glow, and you hope the gathered soldiers can see it too.

We have little chance of victory! Aragorn nods, his confidence faltering somewhat at your message. He recovers quickly, and turns to address the soldiers. Good.

We can have victory! Aragorn says, On this night, much will be asked of each of us. Aragorn says, All of us will fight. Some of us will fall. Aragorn says, But <name> knows this, and I know this: Aragorn says, We can have victory! We will have victory! Aragorn says, Now what, <name>?


What should I say to them, my friend? I believe in all of you! I believe in the strength of Rohan! I believe in Théoden King I believe the Hornburg will stand! Aragorn nods, and as he turns to convey your message you are struck by his regal appearance. He has never seemed more kingly to you, though he be far from his own throne. You wonder if he will yet see it, but banish the thought from your mind. There is a battle first to be won. It is time.

I believe in the strength of Rohan! Aragorn says, This much is certain, Men of Rohan! Aragorn says, The captain <name> believes in Rohan's strength. Aragorn says, Aragorn of the Dúnedain believes in Rohan's strength. Aragorn says, Men of Rohan! The time has come to stand and fight! Aragorn says, Fight for Rohan!

Aegya (talk) 08:48, 28 October 2014 (UTC)