Diablo II – NPC Dialogue Lore – Act I – Tools of Trade
|When I fled the Monastery, I left behind the Horadric Malus, my enchanted smithing hammer. If you can retrieve it for me, I’ll use its magic to strengthen your equipment.|
|The Malus was forged and enchanted by the ancient Horadric Mages during the Sin Wars. When their union dissolved, the Malus was entrusted to the Sisterhood guarding the pass into the East.|
|Charsi is wasting her time and talents using an inferior hammer! Had she the Horadric Malus, she could make the steel sing and craft you a suit of armor as impenetrable as the Great Eye|
|The Monastery can confuse even those who know it well. Stay alert in there.|
|Charsi talks of nothing anymore, but this Horadric Malus. Between you and her my ears need a rest. Just find it and bring it back quickly.
I have offered my nomadic phallus, but to no avail.
|Just as an archer needs bow and arrow, or a draughtsman pen and paper, so Charsi needs the Horadric Malus with which to ply her trade.|
|The Malus has eluded you so far. Well, search thoroughly in the Barracks… That is where the Rogues kept their forge.|
|If you can’t carry out this quest, how will you face the greater evils ahead?|
|To do battle with Andariel requires more than thick skin and a strong will. You’ll want armor and weaponry forged with the hammer’s enchantments.|
|The Malus is a Horadric artifact of great power. Please bring it back.|
|I have heard that you bear us no Malus.|
|What better opportunity to show your mettle?|
|The magical effects imbued by the Malus are impossible to predict, but are always to the good.|
|Well done, my friend. But remember, the return of the Horadric Malus is but one step in reclaiming the Monastery.|
|Now that the Horadric Malus is back in our possession, we shall use it to deliver a great blow against the Evil which torments this land.|
|Oh! Thanks so much for returning the Horadric Malus! I will now imbue one of your items with magical powers.|
|I guess it’s too late to take back some of the names I called you.|
|I am glad the hammer has returned and you with it.|
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