Wizened words from Dr. Dunfor Pullit, the archeologist in the burial chamber under the sarcophagus stone in the rotunda calendar:
Dialog is arranged in pairs. On the first tug of the rope gives just a little and Dunfor utters his first line. Then a second tug is enabled for his final exclamation, when the rope goes slack. After the rope tightens again the sequence is repeated with the next pair.
"Careful while I translate this… Let's see, um, 'twenty years of,' ah, 'sorrow to the,' ah, 'destroyer of this vessel!' "
"Leave off the rope old chap, be a good fellow. I have a frightfully valuable artifact down here.
Oh no [crash.] I HAD a terribly valuable artifact down here.
"I say leave off the rope old chap, be a jolly good sport.
I say! Uh oh… oh no… blimey [fall, thud]
"I say quit mucking about up there.
Oh blast! Not again [fall, crash].
"Blast it all, you don't want to pull the rope.
[crash] oh dear.
Please remember that each time you pull the rope, attached to poor Dunfor's harness, near the sign "Please don't pull the rope," you give a Pullit surprise.
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