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Also known as: Training Dummy Quest
Reward: Golem Wrench, access to Modified Gnarlhound, Golem Disassembler, ability to trade with Telas, 25,000 experience, achievement Golem in the Gears.
Location: Various, starts in Edron
Level required: 75
Level recommended: 100+
Be prepared to face: You could face many creatures from all over Yalahar as well as creatures from Mintwalin, Fibula, the Orc Fortress, Drefia, the Dark Cathedral, Hellgate, and Shadowthorn.
Legend: The brilliant Yalahari created golems to suit their needs, but this is not as easy a task to do for todays scientists.

The quest starts with the NPC Telas, you can find him at Stonehome (go up here).

Required Equipment

This quest has a lot of missions, some more difficult than others. Thankfully, some missions can be skipped by buying the respective quest item from Black Bert. However, this can be expensive. The following table provides the quest items Bert will sell you to help you with the quest, and their respective prices.

Mission Item Amount Total Cost (gp)
2 Mago Mechanic Core 1 13,000
3 Elemental Crystal [1] 10 80,000
6 Golem Blueprint 1 13,500
7 Old Power Core 1 13,000
8 Stabilizer 1 12,500
9 Headache Pill[2] 10 3,500
10 some ingredients 3 37,500
12 Golem Head 1 25,000
All Total 198,000
  1. ^ Because these cover almost half of the total cost and since Earth Elementals are not very strong it is suggested to get them yourself.
  2. ^ These are optional and only save some time.

Method

Mission 01: Errand boy

Telas asked you to get research notes from some other researchers. Go to each one of them and ask for it. Just say research notes.

After you got all the research notes go back to Telas and report your mission.

When you ask the researchers about golems they will explain what their research included. Milos is responsible for the theoretical background, Scutty for the mechanics. Boveas has researched on construction of golems but never had a breakthrough. Cerdras has knowledge about Earth elemental golems. Dreadeye's contribution is not very clear.

Milos: I am more into theories then into practice but I have come up with several very solid theories that may be invaluable to Telas, if they work in practice. I would not go as far as to say that I have reinvented how golems can be constructed but I think some of my approaches are quite unique. Even by disproving some of my ideas Telas stands to gain some significant insights into his chosen field of study. I am only too pleased that my theories are being applied in such a useful way!
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Scutty: Yes, yes. Fascinating issue. Hmm. Let's see .. I don't know too much about golems themselves, but I have a good idea about the mechanics involved. After researching some material that Telas sent me I was able to work out some crucial information. Using the information I have put together, Telas should be able to pass on the specs to the blacksmiths. At least he can get the mechanical components organised.
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Boveas: Before I turned my attention to minotaur lore, I was researching the construction of golems. Finally I reached a point where I felt a breakthrough was imminent. But months turned to years and the break through eluded me. After years of stagnation and frustration I moved on and never looked back. I am willing to part with the information I have gathered so far in the hope I can assist Telas in his researches. May he be successful where I failed. I will mail him my research papers immediately.
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Dreadeye: Ah yes, the issue of golems. I know. Much of the knowledge on this subject that my race have... acquired over the centuries is at my disposal. And I am disposed to share it. Ah, I guess you are surprised, mortal? Well there are... issues you cannot possibly hope to understand with your limited mind. Actually I can hardly comprehend them myself. But my madness brings certain insights. There is no need to understand, there is only the need to do what has to be done. I will make sure one of my messengers delivers Telas the information he requires. I hope he does not scare easily.
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Cerdras: I have indeed gathered some knowledge in the field of elemental golems. Particularly the secrets of the Earth element, which is involved in the process of their creation.
Read more...

Mission 02: A vital part

Telas needs you to find a Mago Mechanic Core. You will find one in the Factory Quarter (Yalahar). Here:

Go down 3 floors, on floor -1 you will find 2 damaged worker golems, just kill them.

Shadows of Yalahar Mission 2 Map -1 Floor

On floor -2 there are 3 worker golems, and they're usually roaming near the staircase, so bring a blocker and maybe some thunderstorm runes, or a sorcerer who can use rage of the skies to clear the room.

Shadows of Yalahar Mission 2 Map2 -2 Floor

Floor -3 contains 5 worker golems, but usually only 2 are near the staircase and the other 3 roam freely around the area, so you can just run past them towards the north, then enter the quest door, then down the stairs.

Shadows of Yalahar Mission 2 Map3 -3 Floor

You have to shoot the Elemental Cannons (telescopes) at the red Crystal Columns, (after you have used an elemental cannon it will take 5 seconds to recharge), then go to the Core Dispenser (the "last step") and use it.

Shadows of Yalahar Mission 2 Map4 Quest Room Floor

If you shoot to a green column nothing will happen. It's best to just take one cannon and wait for that column to change colors, instead of running around hunting the red columns. When you shoot a correct column you will receive a Mago Mechanic Core. Once you have it, go back to Telas and report about your mission.

Another way to do it, is to buy the Mago Mechanic Core from Black Bert.

Mission 03: The right ingredients

Your next mission is to get 10 Elemental Crystals for Telas. To obtain it use a Pick on an Earth Elemental's dead body - notice: not every dead Earth Elemental gives one Crystal. Once you have all 10, go back to Telas and report about your mission.

Another way to do it, is to buy 10 Elemental Crystals from Black Bert or from other players who have collected more than 10, players will sell them for a much lower price than Black Bert. It is recommended to manually do this quest, as obtaining the 10 crystals is quite easy.

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Quest progression

After completing this mission players will be unable to pick earth elementals for diamonds, therefore players should consider if they wish to progress with the quest.

Mission 04: Gathering golem parts

Telas gave you a Golem Disassembler to get parts of a golem, just use the disassembler on a Worker Golem's or Damaged Worker Golem's body - notice: not every dead (Damaged) Worker Golem gives one part. You need 6 Golem Parts, as soon as you get them, report about your mission to Telas.

NOTE: When you use the golem disassembler in a dead golem, messages like these will appear:

  • "You ruined the golem remains" - Nothing happens.
  • "Something was stuck in the golem" - That will make a rat spawn.
  • "You salvaged some scrap metal!" - You'll get a nail.
  • "What an electrifying experience!" - You get shocked, but loose no hitpoints.
  • "You have salvaged a golem part" - You get a golem part.
  • You can also "resurrect" the dead golem

Using Golem Disassembler on slain Damaged Worker Golem, 40 trials.

Item
Amount
Percentage
Tries to get 1
Nothing Tile Nothing 19 47.5% 3
Golem Part Golem Part 11 27.5% 4
Energy Field (Field) Electrified 7 17.5% 6
Rat Rat spawns 2 5% 20
Nail Nail (scrap metal) 1 2.5% 40

See also: Damaged Worker Golem.

Using Golem Disassembler on slain Worker Golem, 21 trials.

Item
Amount
Percentage
Tries to get 1
Nothing Tile Nothing 11 52.38% 2
Golem Part Golem Part 6 28.57% 4
Nail Nail (scrap metal) 2 9.52% 11
Rat Rat spawns 1 4.76% 21
Energy Field (Field) Electrified 1 4.76% 21

See also: Worker Golem.

Mission 05: Charged to charge

Telas needs three different kinds of charges. To get charged, you need to find a Charging Machine. You can find one in the Alchemist Quarter, down here:

The charging machine can charge you with charges labeled A, B, C, X, Y or Z. Since you need the charges A, B and C, you'll have to visit the machine a minimum amount of 3 times. If you get a X,Y or Z charge, you will receive 900-1500 gold from Telas. You will end this mission after you gave him the 3 charges he asked you for (A, B and C).

The machine is located, here.


Mission 06: Out of the blue

Telas now needs a Golem Blueprint to compare with his own plans. Head back to the Factory Quarter in Yalahar.

When you go down, through the quest door, to the south and down the hole, there will be around 10 War Golems in a room north. 4 of them are real ones, which can be lured to the entrance and killed. The other 6 are 'summons'. If you kill a summoned one he won't give exp nor loot and will respawn instantly, so killing those summons won't work! These summoned War Golems can't be lured to the entrance, they will simply return to their spawn point to protect the chest.

There is a box on the opposite side of the wall which contains the Golem Blueprint. It is recommended to first lure the real ones, one by one and kill them, so that only the 6 summoned War Golems remain. You will need someone to block or distract the remaining War Golems while each member of your team opens the chest to get the Golem Blueprint. This is best done by someone luring the summoned War Golems to the right side of the wall, while at the same time someone else uses haste to run around the left side of the wall to the chest, 'use' it to get the plans and run back the same way he came. Every member of the party should do this in turn.

When you complete this mission, you can't enter the quest's room again!

Note: six War Golems near the box are summons, they appear every time you kill them and don't drop loot nor give exp. The summoned War Golems will only chase you when you come in a certain range of the chest and they will return to their spawnpoint (not wander around) if you leave that certain range again.

Running through this room is dangerous as you may easily get trapped! A single War Golem can hit you for 500+, so have at least someone distract some of the War Golems for you.'

Another way to do it, is to buy a Golem Blueprint from Black Bert for 13.5k.

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Quest progression

After completing this mission players will be unable to access the war golem spawn (of the quest room). Players should consider if they wish to progress with the quest.

Mission 07: Powering up

The new quest door is on the west side of the alchemist quarter.

Inside the room, there are 4 Mutated Humans, 3 Nightmares, 3 Destroyers and 2 Plaguesmiths. Find a strategy to block or kill them to get to the core which is straight ahead of the door.

Another way to do it, is to buy an Old Power Core from Black Bert.

Mission 08: Getting things stable

You must go to the Sunken Quarter in Yalahar and get a Stabilizer. Go to the Sunken Quarter, and dive down. When you are underwater, go down here, walk further and go down here, walk further south and levitate down here. Up until now you only faced some Quara Constrictors and Quara Mantassins. Be prepared to face 2 Quara Pinchers and 1 Hydromancers when levitated down (you can go through the quest door very quickly and avoid fighting them).

Go through the quest door and walk north into the building, there you will find a box containing the Stabilizer.

Another way to do it, is to buy the Stabilizer from Black Bert.


Mission 09: Researching the ritual

The library is in the center of Yalahar, but you have to be at mission three of the In Service of Yalahar Quest to enter the center of Yalahar. Go to the center of yalahar and go down go down here. Walk east through the quest door and go down the stairs, you will end up in the library here. Be careful there is one War Golem waiting for you in the library.

There are 8 books, called Yalahari Folio, in the library and there is one Yalahari Inkwell in the middle. Your aim is to read some books in the library and try to write down the formula with the yalahari inkwell and paper in the middle of the room. Be careful however, it is possible for you to fail and this can summon some kind of monsters like War Golems, Fire Devils or Enraged Bookworms, you can even be teleported to the Ghostship. The way to complete it is to read 1 to 5 books in a row without getting a headache and then write down the formula. The number of books you have to read to complete the ritual, is variable. You could be done after reading one book, but it could be more as well. Therefore, it can take multiple attempts and is mostly luck.

If you get a headache through doing this mission, you can use a Headache Pill to try again, or you can wait one minute for the headache to wear off. The Headache Pills simply make the waiting time go away so it is possible to complete this mission without them. These can be bought from Black Bert, 10-30 may be needed.

Mission 10: The right ingredients

Several sub-missions here (the order you get them is random; you have to complete only 3 of them):

  1. Go to Fibula. The quest door is in the northern part of the Dragon cave (north of 3x dl spawn) and get the Worm Queen Tooth.
  2. Go to Dark Cathedral. Past the teleporter, go north then east, you will find a quest door with the Shadow Orb, here.
  3. Go to Drefia, Vampire Crypts' first floor and go to the north-east, here. The Sarcophagus with the Dark Essence is behind a quest door.
  4. Go to Shadowthorn. Get the Bloodkiss Flower, in a Dead Tree here. The quest door is underground, in the same room as the Time Ring Quest.
  5. Go to Orc Fortress. The Animal Fetish is located one floor up in the mountain of Ulderek's Rock, (herefurthest top-right in the fort).
  6. Enter Hellgate below Ab'Dendriel. Here you can find the Deep Crystal. It is in same room of a single giant spider spawn on the way to Hellgate.

You could also buy all the items you've been required from Black Bert.

Mission 11: Take a shower

Go to the Factory Quarter in Yalahar and go down here. You will meet 4 Damaged Worker Golem and one Worker Golem on this floor. Go down another floor here. You will meet 2 Worker Golems, 2 Fire Elementals, 1 Mad Scientist and maybe more. Walk north and go through a quest door. You will end up here. Push on a blue Button while standing on the Iron Floor, which will make you go down two floors by this Yalaharian elevator. There are no creatures on this floor, simply walk to the shower here. You will see a message You were showered by strange energy! and you are done.

Mission 12: Headless

You don't need to do this whole mission at all (like all the previous mission). Instead, you can buy a Golem Head from Black Bert and bring it directly to Telas. After you do it, the whole mission will be completed without even the final fight.

The quest area is on Fenrock, at the northern end of the Tortoises' area. There is a teleporter, here.

You basically have to bring items to the Golem Servant, so he can repair the lift. Repairs must be done in a limited amount of time and each time counter starts when the repair mission is accepted. This means knowing where the items are is crucial to completion.

A Dwarven Ring is highly recommended because the grilles on the floor will make you Drunk (you can walk around them, but this takes valuable time). Speed boosts like Haste and Boots of Haste may also help but remember to use them when you get the mission, not when you obtain the items.

Eight items are required but if you fail to bring an item to him on time, you will have to restart the mission, and your counter will reset to zero.

Places where you can find needed repair items (see picture above for reference):

  1. Bag of Screws - northeast hole, Storage Box in the northwest corner
  2. Spare Part - northeast hole, Toolbox in the center
  3. Giant Screwdriver - northeast hole, Screwdriver Holder in the southeast corner
  4. V-Belt - southeast hole, Dusty Box in the northeast corner
  5. Yalahari Gear Wheel - southeast hole, Old Crate in the southeast corner
  6. Energy Net - southeast hole, Energy Generator in the southwest corner
  7. Glob of Grease - southwest hole, Amphora of Grease in the southeast corner
  8. Green Power Core - southwest hole, Storage Chest in the southwest corner
  9. Wonder Glue - southwest hole, Glue Dispenser in the northwest corner
  10. Vial of Elemental Water - northwest hole, Vortex of Elemental Water in the southwest corner
  11. Red Power Core - northwest hole, Metal Locker in the northwest corner
  12. Chaos Matter - northwest hole, Pile of Chaos Matter in the northeast corner

Please note that the golem servant may ask you to bring the same thing many times in a row.

When the lift is repaired, walk on it and you appear two levels down, here. Take the stairs down and you will reach a large floor, with no creatures. There are two stairs down in the north of the floor, take either of them to go to this floor. Here you will have to fight Rift Scythes , Rift Worms and War Golems to get to the quest box in the south. You should go there with a small team. Note: Four War Golems near the box are summons, they appear every time you kill them. Walking close to the wall will make it easier. Running through this room is not a good idea as you may easily get trapped.

Mission 13: Fruits of success

Claim your reward after one Tibian day (one hour). Now you can use the lever in Telas' house. Down there you need to talk to Telas about your mission, he will tell you that you need to use the lever next to you, to activate the Telas Golem.

Now talk to Telas, and he will give you 25,000 experience and will give you access to his laboratory where you can find a box with a Golem Wrench as well as a cage with a Modified Gnarlhound inside. You can also trade items with him now. You will also obtain the achievement Golem in the Gears.

Transcripts

Mission 01: Errand boy

Player: hi
Telas: Hello!
Player: mission
Telas: My research on the creation of golems has progressed well so far. However, it is good to acknowledge the accomplishments of others in this science. ...
Telas: I am in contact with certain gifted individuals who have themselves gained significant insights into this subject. ...
Telas: I want you to contact them and ask them for their research notes. They should have the means to send them to me so you don't have to worry about picking up the papers and possibly losing them. ...
Telas: From our previous correspondence I'd say all of them are supportive but reaching some of them might prove troublesome. ...
Telas: I need the research notes from the technomancer Scutty of Kazordoon, the theoretical mago-scientist Milos of the Edron Academy. ...
Telas: The field scientist Boveas, who can be found in Mintwalin, the druid Cerdras of Carlin and Dreadeye, a beholder of the Braindeath Streak, who lives somewhere in the necropolis deep below Ab'Dendriel.
Player: bye
Telas: Good bye, Player.

There is not a right order to visit Boveas, Cerdras, Dreadeye, Milos and Scutty.

Visit to Boveas

Player: hi
Boveas: Hi! I hope you're not going to kill me!
Player: research notes
Boveas: Oh, of course I can send him my research notes. I'll drop them into the next mailbox as soon as possible. May the Gods bless the royal Tibian mail system and its fearless and sometimes maimed postmen.
Player: bye
Boveas: Good bye, Player.

Visit to Cerdras

Player: hi
Cerdras: Greetings my friend!
Player: research notes
Cerdras: I see no harm in sending him my notes. I hope it will help him in his efforts. ...
Cerdras: Maybe you could persuade him to use the time my research saves him in touch with nature. I am sure this will help him focus his mind on his studies.
Player: bye
Cerdras: Good bye, Player.

Visit to Dreadeye

Player: hi
Dreadeye: Ah, a visitor to intimidate. Splendid!
Player: research notes
Dreadeye: Of course! He will receive the knowledge that I choose to share with him - although with his limited intelligence I doubt he will grasp the concepts I send him. ...
Dreadeye: Warn him that the consequences, for you both, will be dire if you fail to succeed in your undertaking. Your limited intellect cannot comprehend the importance of this. ...
Dreadeye: Even I do not know what this portends. But.. yet .. sometimes .. there is a glimpse. An insight that unsettles me. An emotion long forgotten.
Player: bye
Dreadeye: Bye. Think twice before you return here.

Visit to Milos

Player: hi
Milos: Oh hello. I hardly noticed you. I'm afraid I am a bit distracted at the moment.
Player: research notes
Milos: Oh, of course I'll send him my notes immediately. Perhaps he'll come back and visit us here sometime. Do pass on my regards to him, won't you?
Player: bye
Milos: Good bye.

Visit to Scutty

Player: hi
Scutty: Hi there.
Player: research notes
Scutty: Ok, ok. Considering how much knowledge Telas was willing to share and keeping in mind that he promised to send me the results of his research I'll make an exception. I will send him the information he wants .. even a bit more. ...
Scutty: He'd better live up to his promises, a dwarf does not forget or forgive easily.
Player: bye
Scutty: Yeah, bye

Player: hi
Telas: Hello!
Player: mission
Telas: Ah, yes. I have received all the reports I need and have already been able to glance through them. ...
Telas: It will take some time to evaluate all those different approaches to the topic. Meanwhile, we can get on with the other tasks to advance our project. ...
Telas: when you are ready, just ask me for your next mission.

Mission 02: A vital part

Player: mission
Telas: I hate to admit it, but I am still unable to create some of the necessary parts. Unfortunately, modern day technology just doesn't have the complexity to recreate the Yalaharian mago-mechanic cores. ...
Telas: However, I do need to find out whether my other components function properly, so for my first attempt, an existing core will have to do. Unfortunately, we can't just go to Yalahar and ask for one. ...
Telas: The Yalahari are not known for sharing their knowledge willingly. On the other hand, much of their machinery is not even used these days. ...
Telas: Can you search in their factory quarter for some of the cores? But, pay attention now! The cores are not that easy to get ...
Telas: According to my research, while the cores are being used, they are incredibly hot so you can't just remove one. Also, the Yalahari have added additional security and maintenance-friendly mechanisms. ...
Telas: In each machine that uses cores, they have installed what I would call cooler cannons. ...
Telas: The cannons can be used to cool overheated cores or cool down a normal core so it can be removed for maintenance. There are two drawbacks though. ...
Telas: First you need to hit the core with the cooler cannon when it reaches the correct temperature. ...
Telas: If you shoot too early it will be frozen in place and the system won't be able to remove it. ...
Telas: The second drawback is that the cannon uses enormous amounts of energy, so you can only fire it every few seconds and will have to wait until it is fully recharged. ...
Telas: If you hit the core while it is red hot it will cool down to room temperature and can be removed from the machine, but the system will replace it with another immediately. You should be able to get the cooled and inactive core from a nearby dispenser. ...
Telas: As far as I can tell the core should remain inactive and do nothing funny like spontaneously overheat and fry you or something equally unpleasant.
Player: bye
Telas: Good bye, Player.


Player: hi
Telas: Hello!
Player: mission
Telas: Ah, a mago mechanic core. A true marvel of Yalahari science. One day, my friend, we will be able to build our own. ...
Telas: My understanding is growing daily. For now we will incorporate this core into our construction. ...
Telas: You have proven yourself to be incredibly helpful. More missions await you.

Mission 03: The right ingredients

Player: mission
Telas: A golem's major power source is a mix of elemental forces. ...
Telas: Most of the elements need only a low concentration of purity but the earth component, which is the overriding element in a Yalaharian golem, requires a huge amount of very pure concentrate. ...
Telas: That is why crystals are often fused into the golem's body. ...
Telas: Could you get me some elemental crystals? Use an ordinary pick axe on a slain earth elemental. With some luck you will gain an elemental shard. ...
Telas: Ten of them should be enough for me to create an elemental crystal.
Player: bye
Telas: Good bye, Player.


Player: hi
Telas: Hello!
Player: mission
Telas: So you have brought me all 10 shards for the core! That is one step further towards the construction of our very own golem! Without your help I would never have made it this far. ...
Telas: I wish your next mission were less dangerous but sadly it isn't. But more about that when we talk about your next mission.

Mission 04: Gathering golem parts

Player: mission
Telas: I always find new things in the Yalaharian metallurgy to amaze me. In order to construct parts that are even remotely similar I had to spend a fortune and wait years for a dwarven smith to finish them. ...
Telas: Luckily, there is a much cheaper source for even better material: existing golems. There are quite a few running aimlessly through Yalahar and posing a threat to unwary travellers. ...
Telas: So by disabling those golems not only do we further our research but we also do something to clean up the city's golem problem! I'll lend you this golem-disassembler. ...
Telas: When you have killed a golem wait a moment until all of his systems shut down. Then use the disassembler on his corpse. ...
Telas: But, be careful! If you wait too long the parts will lose their charges and be worthless. ...
Telas: Chances are that the disassembler will only produce scrap metal but now and then you'll get a golem part. I need six of them to make any progress in my work.
Player: bye
Telas: Good bye, Player.


Player: hi
Telas: Hello!
Player: mission
Telas: Ah, with your newest acquisition you have brought me 6 golem parts. With that we are done and can continue with your next mission.

Mission 05: Charged to charge

Player: mission
Telas: Well, this one is somewhat hard to explain. The power core of the golem needs some specific charges to make it work. The good news is that I have discovered the perfect carrier for the charge. ...
Telas: The bad news is, it's you! Well, let me elaborate: I need three different charges. ...
Telas: You can charge yourself by walking though a charge generator. One of these can be found in the alchemists' quarter. ...
Telas: Get yourself charged and return to me. I will suck the charge into one of my own inventions and can tell you if you carried one of the three charges we needed. ...
Telas: Unfortunately, the machine may charge you in two further ways to the three charges we actually need. The other two charges are of no use to our project. ...
Telas: But, on the positive side, each charge that we don't need can be sold to other scientists and I am willing to share some gold with you for your efforts.
Player: bye
Telas: Good bye, Player.

You get a random charge, it may not be in this order!


Player: hi
Telas: Hello!
Player: mission

Answer to A-charge:

Telas: Excellent. You brought an A-charge. Just what we needed.

Answer to B-charge:

Telas: Exemplary! A B-charge! Incredible!

Answer to C-charge:

Telas: We have got a major C-charge! Excellent!

Answer to X-charge:

Telas: Oh, that's an X-charge. Nevermind. Although we don't need it, the academy might use it for their lightning research. Here is your share of the money I'll get from reselling it. That makes 1500 gold.

Answer to Y-charge (you do not need this charge to do the mission):

Telas: Though this Y-charge is quite rare we don't need it for our research. However, some independent researchers will be willing to part with a fair amount of coin for it. I'll advance you 1200 gold. I'm sure I'll get that much back from my colleague.

Answer to a charge that you already returned to Telas:

Telas: Hm, that is another A/B/C-charge. Though it won't advance our project it will bring us a good price from other researchers. I will give you 900 gold for that charge.

After returning A-, B- AND C-charges:

Player: mission
Telas: We are finished with collecting charges! Now we can proceed and your next mission awaits you!

Mission 06: Out of the blue

Player: mission
Telas: I need a blueprint of a golem to compare with my own plans. I need to figure out where problems might arise. Please search the factory quarter for some blueprints that I can use.
Player: bye
Telas: Good bye, Player.


Player: hi
Telas: Hello!
Player: mission
Telas: Yes, you've got them! That will aid my understanding of the construction of a golem. But there is still a lot to do and new missions waiting.

Mission 07: Powering up

Player: mission
Telas: In order to understand a Yalaharian power core I have to disassemble one. I think there are still some old and burnt out power cores to be found in the alchemists' quarter of Yalahar. Please get me one, the state of the core is not that important.
Player: bye
Telas: Good bye, Player.


Player: hi
Telas: Hello!
Player: mission
Telas: Phenomenal! That's precisely what we need. A bit tattered and rusty but it will do perfectly. While I am busy with this, you can get on with some other missions.

Mission 08: Getting things stable

Player: mission
Telas: I hope to save myself the effort of reinventing a stabilizer small enough to fit into the golem. I will have to get an original Yalahari stabilizer or be forced to create a four legged golem, which clearly won't do. ...
Telas: Therefore, I need you to search the sunken quarter for a stabilizer.
Player: bye
Telas: Good bye, Player.


Player: hi
Telas: Hello!
Player: mission
Telas: Phenomenal! You must have good eyesight to have spotted this little fellow. However, don't mind my mumbling. New missions await you.

Mission 09: Researching the ritual

Player: mission
Telas: While visiting Yalahar I discovered one of their libraries in the magicians' quarter. I solved the logic puzzle that prevented unwanted intruders and began to study their rituals. ...
Telas: I was THAT close to reconstructing the ritual when one of the Yalahari, Azerus, discovered me and had me thrown out of the city. I think all those guardian golems know me now and I can't show my face there any more ...
Telas: You, on the other hand, can! I will tell you how to open the puzzle lock so you can enter the library. ...
Telas: I fear that the Yalahari may have posted some Golems there as guards so you'll have to fight them to use the library undisturbed. Your mission is to reconstruct the ancient golem ritual from their books. ...
Telas: There are hints scattered throughout the books in the library. Be warned! Yalahari literature is not easy reading! You might get a headache, which will make you forget what you just read. ...
Telas: The chances of recreating the ritual are greater the more you read. On the other hand the more books you read the more likely it is that you'll get a headache and forget everything you have learned. ...
Telas: If you get a headache you will have to wait a minute or two for it to wear off before you can continue. There are rumors about headache pills on the black market, but I have no idea where to find one. ...
Telas: When you feel ready to recreate the ritual use the scribe's desk in the center of the room. You'll know when you have been successful.
Player: bye
Telas: Good bye, Player.


Player: hi
Telas: Hello!
Player: mission
Telas: Impressive! To be honest, I feared a bit for your sanity, but you made it! And you are still healthy and sane! Well, at least I hope so. I fully understand if you want to take a few days off before you continue with your next mission.

Mission 10: The right ingredients

Player: mission
Telas: Yalahari rituals are quite complicated and need certain reagents that are not readily available nowadays. I think I can come up with some substitutes for most of them though. ...
Telas: Specifically, three items need to be replaced. Are you ready for your first mission?

In this mission you have to collect 3 random items, it's missing transcripts of some of the possible items.

First Assignment

Player: yes
Telas: I am convinced that the tooth from a long dead rotworm queen will make an apt replacement for one of the more exotic ingredients in the Yalahari ritual. The books in the Edron academy suggest that the most likely place to find one might be deeper Fibula.
Player: bye
Telas: Good bye, Player.


Player: hi
Telas: Hello!
Player: mission
Telas: My, this rotworm tooth looks old. But the older the better. It will certainly be sufficient for our ritual.

Second Assignment

Player: mission
Telas: Are you up to your second assignment?
Player: yes
Telas: One of the components is a shadow orb. So far, I have had no luck acquiring one. I even tried one of my more dubious contacts but he refused, saying that he would only mess with the guys in the dark cathedral if he had a death wish'. ...
Telas: I think if you find this dark cathedral you might find a shadow orb.
Player: bye
Telas: Good bye, Player.


Player: hi
Telas: Hello!
Player: mission
Telas: Ah, a perfect shadow orb! This is exactly what we need.

Third Assignment

Player: mission
Telas: Ready for your third assignment?
Player: yes
Telas: Some of the elves of Shadowthorn cultivate a plant known as bloodkiss. I need one sample for the ritual.
Player: bye
Telas: Good bye, Player.


Player: hi
Telas: Hello!
Player: mission
Telas: What a beautiful flower. A shame that we have to destroy it in the ritual.
Player: mission
Telas: Finally! You have brought all the ingredients we need! We can talk about your next mission whenever you like.

Animal Fetish Assignment

(you got animal fetish)

Player: hi
Telas: Hello!
Player: mission Telas: Phew. That fetish stinks. I'd better put it into some sort of container.

Mission 11: Take a Shower

Player: mission
Telas: I am disheartened. All my efforts to get this golem to function have been in vain! There is still something missing. Were I not a scientist I'd say it was the soul. ...
Telas: I can't get the brain patterns working and without that a golem is just a useless shell. ...
Telas: At the moment I would settle for some existing brain patterns but the golems that are still around seem to lack the sophisticated brain patterns needed to meld with my creation. There is one final hope though. ...
Telas: While I was doing my research in Yalahar I stumbled upon reports about a remote scientific outpost of the Yalahari. There they were experimenting with something they called MI, short for magical intelligence. ...
Telas: That should create some far more intelligent golems. I desperately need one of those golem's heads. The base has to be somewhere beneath the isle, nowadays is known as Fenrock. ...
Telas: Unfortunately, I believe that you have to be a Yalahari or a Yalaharian servant to enter the complex. ...
Telas: However, on the bright side, in the course of doing these missions you have been charged with Yalahari energy, read their mind twisting books and have come into contact with much of their technology. ...
Telas: Additionally, there are electric showers that were often used by Yalaharian scientists. I have found out that one of the few electric showers that are still working is somewhere in the factory quarter. ...
Telas: First, you will have to use it on yourself, then report back to me. I will use an ancient Yalahari device on you to amplify all the Yalahari characteristics you have acquired. ...
Telas: Our only slim hope is that this might fool the system enough to allow you to enter the complex.
Player: bye
Telas: Good bye, Player.


Player: hi
Telas: Hello!
Player: mission
Telas: Ah, yes. My instruments tell me you have taken the shower! Are you ready to receive the amplifying charge?

Mission 12: Headless

Player: yes
Telas: It's done! I really hope that will be enough to enter the complex. It is probably somewhere in the underground of Fenrock. I have no idea what you might find there but look for a golem's head and bring it to me.
Player: bye
Telas: Good bye, Player.


Player: hi
Golem Servant: Greetings! What brings you {here}?
Player: here
Golem Servant: I am a servant and maintenance golem. I also operate the {lift}.
Player: lift
Golem Servant: The lift is damaged, sir or madame flesh unit! I could initiate the repair process but I need the correct tools and parts for the repairs ...
Golem Servant: If you wish to initiate the repair process ask me for {repairs}, male or female unit.
Player: repairs
Golem Servant: You must bring me the correct components or tools. The items deteriorate when they leave their conservation fields so you must be quick ...
Golem Servant: Are you ready, flesh unit?
Player: no
Golem Servant: Understood! No repair procedure initiated.
Player: name
Golem Servant: I require no name.
Player: job
Golem Servant: I am a servant and maintenance golem. I also operate the lift.
Player: repairs
Golem Servant: You must bring me the correct components or tools. The items deteriorate when they leave their conservation fields so you must be quick ...
Golem Servant: Are you ready, flesh unit?
Player: yes
Golem Servant: V-belt irreparably damaged. Replacement needed immediately!
Player: hi
Player: yes
Golem Servant: Task fulfilled! Repair progress 1 / 8 ! Can we continue?
Player: yes
Golem Servant: Several parts instable. Wonder glue infusion necessary.
Player: hi
Player: yes
Golem Servant: Initializing repairs! Repair progress 2 / 8 ! Can we continue?
Player: yes
Golem Servant: Danger! Danger! Elemental water urgently needed for cooling!
Player: hi
Player: yes
Golem Servant: Excellent performance! Repair progress 3 / 8 ! Can we continue?
Player: yes
Golem Servant: Energy net required immediately!
Player: hi
Player: yes
Golem Servant: Critical failure avoided! Repair progress 4 / 8 ! Can we continue?
Player: yes
Golem Servant: Grease! Grease! Procedure impossible without proper amount of grease!
Player: hi
Player: yes
Golem Servant: Total destruction averted! Repair progress 5 / 8 ! Can we continue?
Player: yes
Golem Servant: Essential component: bag of screws is missing!
Player: hi
Player: yes
Golem Servant: Repairs progressing satisfactorily. Repair progress 6 / 8 ! Can we continue?
Player: yes
Golem Servant: Grease! Grease! Procedure impossible without proper amount of grease!
Player: hi
Player: yes
Golem Servant: Do you have the required item, flesh unit?
Golem Servant: Total destruction averted! Repair progress 7 / 8 ! Can we continue?
Player: yes
Golem Servant: Repair procedure requires giant screwdriver. Hurry, flesh unit!
Player: hi
Player: yes
Golem Servant: Flesh unit is functioning in acceptable parameters! Repair progress 8 / 8 ! Can we continue?
Player: yes
Golem Servant: Repair procedure complete! Elevator fully operational. Ending communication. Have a nice day. Good bye.


Player: hi
Telas: Hello!
Player: mission
Telas: The head! You've got it! Incredible! Now we have everything we need! Give me a Tibian day to prepare everything for the activation process, then meet me here again.
Player: bye
Telas: Good bye, Player.

(wait 1 hour)


Player: hi
Telas: Hello!
Player: mission
Telas: We have made it, my friend! We have everything we need to reconstruct a Yalaharian golem! This is a great day for science. ...
Telas: Without your help none of this would have been possible. We will both take our place in history soon. Meet me downstairs in my laboratory. ...
Telas: The honour of activating the golem shall belong to you, my friend.
Player: bye
Telas: Good bye, Player.

Mission 13: Fruits of success

Player: hi
Telas: Hello!
Player: mission
Telas: It was a long and perilous road, my friend, but we made it! I assure you, without your help this would never have been possible. Now do it my friend! Pull the lever and give life to our masterpiece!
Player: bye
Telas: Good bye, Player.


Player: hi
Telas: Hello!
Player: mission
Telas: It's alive! Well, not strictly alive, of course, but moving and talking! Hmm, it seems to be behaving strangely, but perhaps it just needs some training or something like that! ...
Telas: I am so grateful to you! I grant you the privilege of being allowed to enter my laboratory. My early attempts at creating golems are not of much use to me, but with your help I could upgrade them, to some extent at least ...
Telas: I found them rather unresponsive but quite resilient. You might find them useful for target training to hone your skills.
Player: bye
Telas: Good bye, Player.

After completing Mission 13

Player: hi
Telas: Hello!
Player: mission
Telas: After all this effort we have made it, my friend! I can't figure out why the golem is behaving so strangely. I can only assume the experimental head was not completely indoctrinated with all the usual golem routines ...
Telas: But that might even prove helpful. I will try to teach the golem what he needs to know, but it will take some time. Feel free to visit whenever you like if you want to hear about my progress. ...
Telas: By the way, I could also need certain rare metals and crystals for my experiments. Just in case you have any of those I need, ask me for a trade to exchange them for good money!
Player: bye
Telas: Good bye, Player.

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