Ultima VII Part Two: Serpent Isle/Unused Text
This is a sub-page of Ultima VII Part Two: Serpent Isle.
Due to Serpent Isle's rushed nature, a number of story options were hastily cut from it, but the dialogue, letters, and books written for them remain in the final game.
Like its predecessor The Black Gate, Serpent Isle's dialogues allow the player to choose keywords in order to branch conversations. Unused portions of dialogue triggered by keywords have had the label [dialogue choice] inserted in them to mark them for this page.
- 1 Buggy Item Swap
- 2 Selina's Fishnet Stockings
- 3 Templar - On Argus
- 4 Olon - Dead Cat
- 5 Delin - On Batlin
- 6 Death of the Goblin King
- 7 Monitor Traitor Plot
- 8 Moonshade
- 8.1 Scrolls 209 and 210 - Letters of Introduction
- 8.2 Torrissio
- 8.3 Scroll 101 - Unused Love Letter
- 8.4 Rotoluncia's Scroll
- 8.5 Scroll 203 - Frigidazzi's First Invitation
- 8.6 Scroll 204 - Frigidazzi's Second Invitation (male)
- 8.7 Scroll 211 - Frigidazzi's Second Invitation (female)
- 8.8 Scroll 208 - Stefano's Note
- 9 Annoy Zhelkas
- 10 Edrin After Dream World
- 11 Skullcrusher Diary
- 12 Original Post Bane Plot
- 13 Curing Cantra
Buggy Item Swap
The flags (27B and 287) for the moonsilk stockings and Filari don't get set, leading to most dialogue options concerning them not appearing.
Strange Item List Entries
A fine pair of sheer stockings, probably women's attire. [allinfo] A pair of moonsilk stockings, such as the enchantress Columna doth wear. Strange baubles -- silver disks with jewels in the center.
[dialogue choice] moonsilk stockings [haveitem] "My, those are fine stockings! Being a simple woman I could never wear such things -- nor would most of the women of Monitor, for they are Knights!"' "Perhaps thou shouldst speak with Brendann. He hath had the most -- ahem -- experience with women from outside the town." [noitem] "Oh, I know nothing of such frills. But Brendann would be well familiar with how to remove them from a woman."
[dialogue choice] strange coins [haveitem] "They appear to be coins from another town. Spektor would recognize them, I am certain." "He is the town treasurer, and exchanges foreign coins for the good coins of Monitor." [noitem] "Spektor the treasurer is the expert on currency in the town of Monitor."
[dialogue choice] strange coins "The coins thou hast described are the currency of the city of Fawn. But where thou mayest have gotten them, without travelling to Fawn, I haven't a clue!"
[dialogue choice] stockings "Ha! I surmise thou hast heard of my reputation as something of a womanizer. Purely undeserved, I assure thee. I will try to answer thy questions." [haveitem] "A female mage would wear stockings such as the ones thou didst discover amongst thy possessions." [noitem] "Thou must have the stockings that thou didst discover amongst thy possessions? If thou dost not have them, I cannot tell thee anything about them."
[dialogue choice] Moonsilk stockings [haveitem] "Moonsilk stockings! Oh, how I have longed for a pair of my very own!" [female] "Thou dost not need to enhance thy beauty, [name]... Wouldst thou give them to me?" [dialogue choice] Yes "Marvelous! I knew that another woman would understand!" [male] "Wouldst thou give them to me, [name]? I would cherish them forever..." [dialogue choice] Yes "Thou art wonderful! I will think of thee every time I wear them!" [both] [dialogue choice] No "Sigh... Thou canst not blame a girl for dreaming, [name]." [noitem] "The stockings sound wonderful, [name]. If thou dost find any more like them, remember me."
[dialogue choice] moonsilk stockings [f haveitem] "Hast thou no modesty, milady? Showing thy stockings about like that..." [avatar] They are not mine! [or] [partymember] They are not hers! "Oh... They are fine things, not what thou wouldst find among the women of fisher-folk." [m haveitem] "These are fine things, not what thou wouldst find among the women of fisher-folk." [both] "Perhaps Alyssand could help thee. She is a good hand at weaving the stockings that are found hereabouts." [f noitem] "I know nothing of women's stockings, milady!" [Olon] "Aye! That be the truth! No woman would have him!" "Seek thou Alyssand. She makes stockings. She might be able to help thee." [m noitem] "A mighty fancy pair of stockings, milord! Thou wilt make some woman happy..." "We have none so fancy here -- Only the ones that Alyssand makes."
[dialogue choice] strange coins [haveitem] "Why, those are Filari! Those are the coins of Fawn..." "They simply appeared, thou sayest? Strange storms, these. I seem to recall Delin complaining that he had lost some coins -- but I thought that was his forgetfulness!" [noitem] "Without seeing the coins, milord/milady, I cannot tell thee what coins thou didst have." "Perhaps thou shouldst ask Delin. He is the Provisioner here in town."
[dialogue choice] Moonsilk stockings [f haveitem] "Thou art a lucky woman to possess such a fine pair of stockings!" [m haveitem] "Thou wilt make some woman happy with so fine a pair of stockings!" [both] "I knew that such fine work was possible. But I had never actually seen the stockings they sell in Moonshade." "It doth cause me to wonder why anyone in the city of Mages would buy the rough stockings I make when they could purchasse ones so soft." [noitem] "I have heard of the stockings they sell in Moonshade. So I know that such fine work is possible." "Without seeing them, I cannot be sure that the stockings thou hast are from Moonshade. They could be merely homespun, like unto the ones I make..."
[dialogue choice] moonsilk stockings "From thy description, the stockings could only be one kind -- Moonsilk Stockings." "I sell them here in the store, but not often. Only the Mages can afford luxuries like these." [avatar] "Whom dost thou sell them to, milady?" [or] [partymember] "And who buys these fripperies?" "The Green Sorceress, Columna -- she dresses in only the finest materials." "She also has a moonsilk sleeping gown, which cost more guilders than I shall ever make!" [haveitem] "Please, may I see the stockings..." "The silk is so soft! Didst thou know that the stockings are made from the cocoons of lunar moths?"' "May I... could I... wouldst thou mind if I kept this pair? No Mundane could ever own such finery!" [dialogue choice] Yes "Ooooh!" [dialogue choice] No "Oh."
[dialogue choice] strange coins [haveitem] "Why, 'tis the money used in the sea-city of Fawn. See the gems in the center!" "If thou desirest, I can exchange those coins for valuable Moonshadian guilders." [noitem] "I cannot tell thee what the coin is unless I see it, but if it isn't green and glowing, 'tis worthless."
Selina's Fishnet Stockings
A cut line of investigation pointing towards Selina being involved in the Knights' Test trap. Flags 7A and 7B.
[dialogue choice] fish-net stockings [haveitem] "There is a knight in town by the name of Brendann. He hath had more experience in removing these from ladies than I have ever had wearing them, I am afraid." [noitem] "Brendann is more well-acquainted with finery of ladies than a simple farm woman such as I, I am afraid."
[dialogue choice] stockings "The stockings that thou didst take from Shmed were made in the city of Fawn."
[dialogue choice] fish-net stockings [f haveitem] "'Tis not proper, milady, flaunting personal garments about like that!" [avatar] They are not mine! [or] [partymember] They are not hers! "Well... uh... these are made right here, by young Alyssand." [m haveitem] "These are stockings thou mayest find our fisher women wearing. They are made right here, by young Alyssand." [f noitem] "What dost thou take me for!" [Olon] "Trust me, milady, Jendon knows nothing of the fairer sex!" "Seek another woman to help thee... Alyssand, perhaps. She makes stockings." [m noitem] "If it is stockings thou seekest..." "Alyssand weaves them right here in Fawn."
[dialogue choice] fishnet stockings "I had not expected a stranger to know of my tiny industry. I weave the nets and sew in my father's shop." "It assists me in mine attempts to keep a watchful eye on my father... He hath not been right since my mother, Elissia, died." "I have few customers, but perhaps people are beginning to take an interest."
[dialogue choice] customers "Well, to be truthful, I have only one returning customer. Flindo, a merchant from Moonshade, hath only just left here after ordering several more pair." "Apparently one of the mages hath taken a liking to them. They are the only ones who could afford such luxuries now."
[dialogue choice] fishnet stockings [haveitem] "Oh, look! How quaint... Fishnet stockings! I've heard that some people find them attractive, but they're much too rough for my taste. I would never wear anything like that." [noitem] "They sound quaint, [name]. Perhaps thou couldst show them to me some time."
[dialogue choice] fish-net stockings [haveitem] "Those are very interesting, but too daring for a nice girl to wear, methinks." "I do not stock such goods any more, but I know where they can be obtained -- Fawn, the sea-city." [partymember] But thou used to sell these stockings? "Oh, yes. To the Sorceress of the Night, Selenia. But she hath been absent from this city for many weeks now." "This stocking might be a clue to her strange disappearance! Thou shouldst take this to the Chief Ranger!" [noitem] "I think I know the stockings thou art speaking of, but I am not certain..." "I do not stock such goods any more, but I know where they can be obtained -- Fawn, the sea-city." [partymember] But thou used to sell these stockings? "Well, not having seen thy stocking, I cannot be sure. But it sounds like it might be the kind which I used to sell to the Sorceress of the Night." "Perhaps this is a clue to the strange disappearance of Selenia!"
Templar - On Argus
Set Flag 1CA to hear Templar's opinion. In the final game you can't learn they knew each other until after everyone's died.
[dialogue choice] Argus "He was a Knight of Monitor with whom I had an altercation. He took bribes, and when my friend accused him of it, Argus slew him on the List Field." "Then there was a hue and cry, for the honor of the List Field was at stake! The Wolves wanted to protect Argus, but the Bears were for justice!"' "Shortly afterward, Argus left town. He must have been guilty, or he would have stayed to prove his innocence."
Olon - Dead Cat
Triggered by setting flag 199. A tiny scrap relating to Cat Isle. Likely supposed to connect to the unused glowing cat corpse, but he does not react to it being in your inventory. His dialogue checks for shape 892 frame 30, instead (gwani child body).
[dialogue choice] dead cat "I never figured that Jendon would be listenin' ta my tales! It sounds just like them cats on that island..." "Did I tell thee about the islands of cats?" [dialogue choice] Yes "Oh, well... Another time, perhaps." [have body] "Poor critter. Thou shouldst give it a decent burial... Before Jendon sees it, if thou dost know what be good for thee." "He be mighty partic'lar about things like that in his inn." [bark] "Quick now!"
Delin - On Batlin
Delphynia mentions that Batlin spoke to Delin but Flag 156 is not set.
[dialogue choice] Batlin "Bats? What bats?"' [partymember]"Not bats! B-A-T-L-I-N!" "No need to shout. I'm not deaf." "Batlin... ah, I remember he came here asking about some sort of rock sculpture or something. Black rock..." "I told him I am a simple merchant. I do not carry such luxuries. I directed him to Monitor. There is a sculptor there."
[dialogue choice] Monitor "Monitor is south of us, milord/milady, on the coast. Their soldiers, the Pikemen, act as guards for the roads, and as highwaymen for Monitor's coffers..."
[dialogue choice] highwaymen "Yes, highwaymen! They charge each traveller and merchant who would make use of the road they guard!" "An exorbitant amount doth go to Monitor every year, I'm certain. And then we must feed them in their Tower, and offer them our goods at a discount!"
Death of the Goblin King
Flag CC does not get set when Pomdirgun is killed, leaving the residents of Monitor with curiously little to say about you slaying their biggest enemy.
[dialogue choice] Pomdirgun "No one in this town will mourn for that vicious Goblin bastard. I only wish I could have been with thee so I could have watched his life end."
[dialogue choice] Pomdirgun "I truly believe it is wrong to wish harm to any living creature, but the world is far better without that foul creature Pomdirgun alive. Thy deed was fair."
[dialogue choice] Pomdirgun "Thou hast killed the Goblin King Pomdirgun. How wonderful!"
[dialogue choice] Pomdirgun "I envy thee the chance to kill Pomdirgun. I hope thou didst make him suffer!"
[dialogue choice] Pomdirgun "Thou hast killed the worst enemy Monitor has ever faced! Surely the day of his death will be cause for celebration for many years to come. Thou dost have my thanks, and the thanks of all of Monitor."
[dialogue choice] Champion Knight "Not only didst thou root out the imposter in our midst, but thou hast slain our longtime enemy Pomdirgun, the Goblin King. Thou shalt be the stuff of legend one day, surely! Thy place in the history of Monitor is assured."
Monitor Traitor Plot
Flag 36 lets you directly accuse Lord Marsten.
[dialogue choice] accuse "What art thou talking about? Thou dost know nothing! Leave at once, or I shall call the Pikemen!" [bark]"Leave!"
After Marsten is arrested set flag 69.
[dialogue choice] Leopard "Well, that foolish leader of the Leopards is now dead. I wonder who will replace him?"'
They were originally going to put you on even more of a runaround in Moonshade.
Scrolls 209 and 210 - Letters of Introduction
From Flindo To Torrissio: Dearest and most Powerful Mage, I recommend me to thee as well as the bearer of this message. This letter of introduction entitles the bearer to a chat with thee. Trust thy righteous friend, Torrissio, the bearer is worth thy time. I thank thee for thine understanding. Treat the bearer the way thou wouldst treat me. With a right good will, sincerely thy, Flindo
To Melino and Columna: Dearest and most Powerful Mages, I recommend me to thee as well as the bearer of this message. This letter of introduction entitles the bearer to a chat with you. Trust thy righteous friend, the bearer is worth your time. I thank you for your understanding. Treat the bearer the way you would treat me. With a right good will, faithfully, Flindo
Setting flag 127 makes him react as if you had sold Columna's stockings to Filbercio.
[dialogue choice] buy spells "Thou hast betrayed me and betrayed my lover by giving her stolen property to Filbercio for a mere pittance of profit! Now thou dost expect me to help thee?! Begone from my sight!"
Scroll 101 - Unused Love Letter
My darling Rotoluncia, I know that thou dost love me as much as I love thee. Let us forget all of the intrigue that plagues this city and flee to the mainland! I can have built for us a modest love nest where we may spend the rest of our days in bliss! Thy servant, Filbercio
There are some specific circumstances in which you receive another scroll from Rotoluncia. If the party member chosen to be kidnapped is offscreen, a scroll will appear at the Avatar's feet and a party member will comment on that. This second bark doesn't play, though...
If the scroll can't spawn there seems to be a failsafe where it appears in your pack (I could not get this to happen):
[bark]"Thou hast a scroll!"
And if that doesn't work it will appear in a party members inventory (I think):
[bark]"Look what I have!"
[bark]"Thou hast a scroll!"
However, you cannot progress the plot without using the second scroll, leaving this tidbit unused. Use the scroll with Flag 134 + her death flag (Npc 31) set.
"I am speaking to thee from beyond the grave. I shall have vengeance!"
Scroll 203 - Frigidazzi's First Invitation
Dearest Avatar, I would like to congratulate thee from the bottom of mine heart, on obtaining thy spellbook. That was not an easy task. Thou didst accomplish it most admirably. Also, I have been told that thou art asking questions about me. I think I would be the best person from whom to obtain the ultimate answers to thy questions. That is, the ones concerning myself. For all those reasons and so many more, I would like for thee to come to my manor. Frigidazzi.
Scroll 204 - Frigidazzi's Second Invitation (male)
Dearest Avatar, Love and Honor be to thee. Letting thee know that I cannot wait to see thee again. I cannot think of time far from thy strong person and handsome body. Thy broad shoulders and great arms are such an open invitation for a woman like me. Thine eyes, Avatar, so piercing yet so full of love. I could feel that love during thy last visit. I beg of thee, come visit me tonight. Thou dost remember where my manor is, dost thou not? I have a very rare spell (a true tongue-twister) I could teach thee and thou wouldst be the only one enjoying that treasured spell of mine. Once more, I beg of thee, do come tonight and do come alone. Thy love, Frigidazzi.
Scroll 211 - Frigidazzi's Second Invitation (female)
Dearest Avatar, Love and Honor be to thee. Letting thee know that I cannot wait to see thee again. I cannot think of time far from thy strong and good-hearted person. Thine eyes, Avatar, so piercing yet so full of love. I could feel that love during thy last visit. I beg of thee, come visit me tonight. I have a very rare spell I could teach thee and thou wouldst be the only one learning it. Once more, I beg of thee, do come tonight and do come alone. Sincerely thy, Frigidazzi.
Scroll 208 - Stefano's Note
Avatar, I have in my possession something extremely valuable which would be even more vital to thee. Thou couldst make good use of it, believe me. If thou art interested (and thou shouldst be), come to the cabin in the forest. Stefano.
Flag 1EF - Zhelkas was supposed to have a small change in dialogue if you refused the test.
"To ask if you have reconsidered. The Twin Pillars await the Hero of the Dream." [dialogue choice] No "To waste our precious time! To leave now!"
Edrin After Dream World
Flag 213 seems like it ought to have been set after finishing Gorlab.
[dialogue choice] dreams He smiles. "Yes, milord/milady. I had forgotten to offer thee my thanks. Thou hast provided for me the opportunity to learn my visions were real. Now, however, I will have not the opportunity to lay eyes upon my lovely Siranush again..."'
Found on a body in the unreachable section of Skullcrusher.
IS THERE HOPE? by Shovaughana I do not know what to do anymore. I am desperate. We are all going to die, I know it. I and my children are going to die and there is no way for me to protect mine own flesh and blood... It all began with the soldiers entering the city. Without any warning they attacked us. They began to kill people immediately, the elderly, the children and us women. Those heartless and cold-blooded bastards do not care... Mine only hope is that our men will return in time to defend and protect us. Our food supplies are frighteningly low. Soon we all will be starving. I am already eating only the bare minimum. All my rations I give to my children, hoping that they will survive until our rescuers arrive. I need to support them in every way I possibly can, they are our future -- they are my life. I could not forgive myself if anything happened to them... I do not know if I have the strength to wait for the rescue. If there is no chance for us to survive and wait for them, I will have to choose. The choice is between letting those murderers enjoy us -- or else...
Original Post Bane Plot
A rushed release schedule caused rather drastic cuts to the second half of the game, such as the throats of 75% of the Npcs, leaving many of the remaining characters oddly nonchalant about their friends and families corpses rotting in the streets.
However, a fair amount of text was left in the files, showing chaos and crooked cops in Moonshade, maimings and a trail of notes in Fawn and the citizens of Monitor turning into animals.
Most of the dialogue can be triggered by flag 4... which also is the flag that causes everyone to die, making things somewhat tricky.
"I had hoped ta see ye again, lad/lass." "Mine health is failin' me, an' I wanted ta be sure the Arabella went ta someone I can trust to care for her." "I have no living kin no more..." "So I want ye ta take her." "Thou art a brave lad/lass." "An' thou wert willin' ta spend a bit o' thy time listening ta an old man's tales." "Thou... art..." "Worthy..." [avatar] "He is dead." [or] [partymember] "He is dead!"
Scroll 207 - Captain Hawk's Will
To the right good Avatar, Thou must not think thy quest is done. For I offer ye a great challenge. To ye I leave my treasure -- if thou canst find it. Within this booty lies a Serpent Crown, waiting for ye to discover its hiding place. Captain Hawk.
Needs Flag 4 + Hawk flagged as dead for this to trigger.
[dialogue choice] Hawk "Anyway, now that he hath been killed, I know not what we'll do. I suppose we must await the arrival of another ship."
[dialogue choice] killed "I did not see anything..." [Kane] "Nor did I!" "Nor did Kane. However, he was in the tavern when Hawk scuffled with a man named Flindo. We can only guess the outcome, milord/milady."
Should be set off by Flag 4, but it doesn't work.
[dialogue choice] MageLord "Our city is ruled by Shamino the Anarch, a most powerful wizard." "He is a great improvement over our previous MageLord, who was indolent and deceitful. I am glad that Shamino rules."
[dialogue choice] transgressor "'Tis best not to try and second guess Shamino the Anarch. His definition of a transgression changes from moment to moment..." "And the fine could be as insignificant as a verbal upbraiding, or as serious as thy life."
Nothing sets this choice, but you can copy it over "experiments" at 8bf5f in USECODE.
[dialogue choice] certificate [noitem] "With this Crime Certificate, thou canst commit one unlawful act without fear of punishment. If thou dost commit more than one, without another Certificate, Shamino the Anarch's justice will be swift!" [haveitem] "I did give thee the Crime Certificate already!"
This creates a scroll (797, frame 187) that says "QA, report this scroll".
Scroll 201 - Crime Certicate
This certificate entitles the bearer to commit thievery up to a maximum of one hour. Shamino the Anarch.
Checks for 797 frame 187.
[dialogue choice] certificate "Oh, I see. Carry on, carry on."
Nothing sets this choice.
[dialogue choice] Stefano "He looked as pale as a corpse, milord/milady. He babbled something about a Death Knight and ran out as though his pants were on fire. Sounds like he's in trouble again." [Petra] "Again?! When is Stefano not in trouble?"
This is supposed to be set by the previous option, but you can copy it over "usurper king" at 9d5b8 in USECODE.
[dialogue choice] Death Knight "I would thank thee not to repeat that in here. As Petra says, no use borrowing trouble..." [Petra] "I knew thou wert learning, Rocco." "Oh, go on with thee!" "Some say that it is a Daemon summoned to hunt the unfortunate person. Others say that it is an automaton designed to kill. I do not know, nor do I wish to ask!"
"So, thou art still alive!" "I had wondered when thy companion arrived in such a strange state." "I never thought I would live to see mighty Moonshade humbled, but Shamino hath certainly managed it quite handily." "I would be careful in the streets here now, milord/milady. 'Tis somewhat... unsafe. Oh, and the... fallen Filbercio is searching for thee."
[dialogue choice] strange state "He now calls himself Shamino the Anarch." "By his command up may become down, and in may become out. And woe to anyone who disagrees. He hath totally unravelled the strictures... 'Tis a magical madhouse out there!
[dialogue choice] fallen Filbercio "When Shamino the Anarch took over, he cast Filbercio out of the Palace and made him a beggar." "Needless to say, this did not sit well with the MageLord. Filbercio would speak with thee... Perhaps thou canst, having been Shamino's companion, find a way to overcome his powers." "Look for Filbercio in the streets, milord/milady. Shamino the Anarch hath decreed that none may take Filbercio in or aid him in any way."
"Seest thou, [name]? I told thee that I would teach them not to take Ensorcio lightly! I told thee that one day they would welcome me back... Beg for me to return!"
[dialogue choice] teach them "Shamino the Anarch hath proclaimed me the finest of Adepts! At last someone hath seen my talents and set them for the world to see... No more shall I be Ensorcio the shunned, Ensorcio the exile! Now I am the premier Adept!"
[dialogue choice] welcome "Filbercio's unjust rule hath been brought to an end!" "Shamino the Anarch, thy wonderful companion, hath cast him from power and I have been welcomed with open arms!" "Oh, what joy! To be back in Moonshade and free to experiment as I wish!"
Scrolls 5, 6, 8 and 11 - Iolo's Notes
Oh, Great Captains, my Great Captains! So powerful you were yesterday, so pitiful you are today. Rulers of the City are now prisoners of the Oracle. What a fate you might have met! Iolo is pleased that such powerful creatures as you, Great Captains, have lost power, herein uncovering the fools in them... Iolo
Everyone is in search of The Lady of Fawn. For The Lady hath been lost since dawn. Barking their strange tune throughout the city, All of them, townsfolk and priests. Iolo did it, enjoying such feasts. Avatar, is it not pretty? Iolo
Kylista needs must speak with thee, Avatar, now that is interesting... Heretofore, she was in communication with the Oracle and now she wants thee. Is there any hidden meaning to this change of heart? Thou shouldst know the answer to that, Avatar. When a woman needs to speak to one such as thee, thou dost not want her to wait, Avatar, or dost thou? Is there anything we should be aware of? Thy good old friend Iolo wants to know, Avatar...
Right adventurous Avatar, I greet thee well, Avatar, sending thee my blessings and letting thee know that it appears that thou art not paying due attention to my clues. I require thee that thou dost so. Faithfully thine, Iolo
[dialogue choice] Iolo the Mad [no text linked]
[dialogue choice] Iolo the Mad "He is Master of Fawn now, Avatar. Thou wouldst be wise to leave while it amuses him to let ye live." "He might grant to me that fine wench, Alyssand, if I bring him thine head..."
[on death] "Thou canst defeat me, Avatar. But thou hast no hope against the power of Iolo the Mad..."
[dialogue choice] Iolo the Mad "What great calamity must have befallen thy trusted companion, [name]. I fear that his reason hath fled. He terrorizes the city with his fiendish jokes." "Only yesterday, Iolo announced to the citizens of Fawn that he would prove once and for all whether or not Beauty was skin deep. He then cast a spell on poor Lady Yelinda and removed all of her skin. She ran out of the city toward Gorlab Swamp. Without the true ruler, I fear that Fawn will never be restored... even with thine aid."
"It was horrible! I was a wolf! I know I was! I saw myself in a reflection on a puddle of water!" [bark] "Aieee!!"
Cantra can be cured by setting flag 47 and unchecking her Zombie flag (she's Npc 64). For Harnna's dialogue you must also clear flag 2e2 for it to work.
"I feel tired, but I am all right! My mind was full of awful dreams. Thou hast saved me! I shall remember thee always!"
[dialogue choice] bye [bark]"Bless thee!"
[dialogue choice] Cantra "I am glad that my daughter is alive, but I have a strange foreboding that all is not as it should be with her. A small private part of her is still awash in madness and death." [Cantra de-zombied] "I am so happy my daughter hath been found, resurrected by the monks, and that thou hast restored her mind."