Prince Renathal: You may question why are we willing to impart our power onto a mortal, though you are no ordinary <race>, are you?
Prince Renathal: No, you can breach the boundaries of the Maw with ease, something that even the oldest venthyr are unable to do.
Prince Renathal: That ability alone would make you perfect for my plan, but there's so much more to you, isn't there?
Prince Renathal: It will never be enough to simply defeat Denathrius, we must also break his hold on Revendreth.
Prince Renathal: His grasp on this realm comes from the medallions he created, each containing a fraction of his power, given to subordinates that would obey without question.
Prince Renathal: We must secure thee medallions, and with them, user a new era that would see Revendreth return to its true purpose.
The Accuser: I distinctly remember hearing of such a plan many years ago, Renathal, before the master's true intentions were known...
Prince Renathal: Be that as it may, Accuser, this is the path we must pursue.
Prince Renathal: Now, take your place beside me.
Prince Renathal: The Maw Walker has agreed to join our cause. We will hear their oath, and welcome them into the rebellion.
Prince Renathal: Please take your place when you are ready to begin.
Prince Renathal: You stand before the Court of Harvesters, willing and able to accept our gift.
Prince Renathal: Help us return Revendreth to its true purpose.
Prince Renathal: Help us rid this realm of a tyrant whose actions threaten all of reality.
Prince Renathal: This gift of power will be yours, so long as you remain loyal to our cause.
The Stonewright: So, Draven, you continue to serve Prince Renathal, despite his many failures.
General Draven: Mother of Stone, I serve Revendreth. At this time, the Dark Prince is the only one who has a plan to best do that. With this Maw Walker's help, we may undo the Master's blind devotion to the Jailer and the Maw.
The Stonewright: Very well, I shall see what Renathal has to say. If nothing else, perhaps I might end this pointless struggle that has my children fighting each other.
Prince Renathal: With the medallions combined, we can seize control of Revendreth.
The Tithelord: You mean YOU could seize control. These are merely the ravings of a selfish prince desperate to reclaim his former glory.
Prince Renathal: The bargain between Denathrius and the Jailer will leave us all to be consumed by the Maw.
Prince Renathal: I want our ways to survive. If that makes me selfish, I would hope you are all selfish as well.
The Stonewrought: None of your grand words matter. You cannot defeat both the Jailer and the Master.
The Stonewrought: I will not subject my stoneborn children to further suffering.
The Tithelord: I've heard enough. This usurper demands our medallions but offers nothing.
The Countess: Why Renathal, if only you had shown such passion ages ago! I find it positively enthralling.
The Countess: But I must agree with the others. You lack... leverage.