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Magus Hansa / G. M. Hansa / Hansa

Location: Rose Fort, Lucky 13, Life Finds A Way, Sands of Eternity, A Petal Falls, Plans Entwined, The Greenguard Alliance - Choose a Faction, The Greenguard Alliance - Rose Faction -> Left, Daybreak (Rose), The Spells We Weave, Sunfall: Part 1, Sunfall: Part 2, The Royal Resistance - Rose Faction, A Storm in the Night, A Shocking Discovery, Ambition's Crossroads, Grinding Gears, Direct Current, The Spark of the Soul

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Rose Fort
(Rare Dialogue)

???: I thought I heard a commotion.

Magus Hansa: You are correct.
Magus Hansa: And you are...?
Magus Hansa: Wait. Let me guess.
Magus Hansa: Even with the loss of the gift of sight, I can still sense how one has focused the magic they were cursed with.
Magus Hansa: And I sense great power from you. Power, hesitation, and confusion. Hm.
Magus Hansa: You must be <Character>.
Magus Hansa: And if you are here, then you must be looking for answers. Interesting.

Magus Hansa: Ask away.

Magus Hansa: We are protecting the people of Greenguard, of Lore, from the atrocities of magic and magical creatures.
Magus Hansa: We bear no ill-will toward any of our... guests. However, some of our members turn out quite overzealous.
Magus Hansa: I do my best to control them, but I can understand their frustrations. Their pain. Can't you?
Magus Hansa: Lady Jaania is doing her best to formulate an end to this plague.
Magus Hansa: The people of Lore would no longer need fear for their homes and family.
Magus Hansa: Their loved ones would never rise from the dead to attack, or be stolen away to be sacrificed.
Magus Hansa: Their sight will never be stolen by an errant spell.

Magus Hansa: Hmph.

Magus Hansa: That sounds like a very "Falconreach" sentiment.
Magus Hansa: They don't understand how much magic harms those around them.
Magus Hansa: They refuse to comprehend the threat that thrives in their midst!
Magus Hansa: But worry not, our orders are to leave Falconreach be. Direct orders from King Alteon.
Magus Hansa: I leave it to Lady Jaania to negotiate the details.

Magus Hansa: You think I would just tell you? That I would share all our secrets?
Magus Hansa: You are still a variable, <Character>. An unknown.
Magus Hansa: Are you a threat? Or an asset?

Magus Hansa: Hm.
Magus Hansa: Lady Jaania may not approve, but I'd like to show you the good of our work. What The Rose has already done for the Kingdom of Greenguard.
Magus Hansa: I've been called to lead a contingent of soldiers to the Sandsea.
Magus Hansa: You're welcome to follow, and find out for yourself how The Rose acts for the benefit and protection of all.

Magus Hansa: You've done nothing wrong besides giving some recruits valuable training experience. I will have to send word to Swordhaven, however.
Magus Hansa: Lady Jaania will be most interested to learn that you're active again.
Magus Hansa: Now please, try not to harm too many of our recruits on your way out. Most of the ones here are new to the cause.

Lucky 13

Magus Hansa: Ah, <Character>, so good to... sense you again.

  • Talk
    Magus Hansa: Please, Windrush, there's no need to fight right now.

    Magus Hansa: Not everyone believes in the mission of the Rose. At the moment, though, I believe that <Character> shares a common interest with us.

    Magus Hansa: Surely, you've noticed our... gilded friend here?

    Magus Hansa: This poor fellow had a run in with one of those poor, cursed Sneevilchaun's.
    Magus Hansa: Perhaps you remember, Au'Mydas?

    Magus Hansa: Yes. Twice. If I recall correctly.
    Magus Hansa: He's being... contained in Swordhaven now, after constant attempts to escape your more "conventional" jails.
    Magus Hansa: It seems that whoever was in charge of cleaning up after his last arrest missed a small box of golden "Lucky Dust."
    Magus Hansa: I'm sure it was... accidental, leaving a small but incredibly dangerous magical item behind.

    Magus Hansa: I've been working to help the poor creatures affected by the dust but they've all become very agitated.
    Magus Hansa: Perhaps you could... make my job slightly easier by knocking them out?
    Magus Hansa: Be very careful of any Sneevilchauns in the woods as well... If they've got any dust, you might find yourself... slowed.
    Magus Hansa: You can always return here for a cure, though.
    Magus Hansa: The box of... whatever dust is left is in the beginnings of a new golden box fort to the Northeast.
    Magus Hansa: I trust you can recover and dispose of it properly?

  • Cure Me
    Magus Hansa: Yes, of course, please remember to be careful when fighting any Sneevilchaun's you come across.

    Life Finds A Way

    ???: That's enough.
    Magus Hansa: Stand down, guard... Yasimi, is it?

    Magus Hansa: I know. There are still some who don't believe our message.
    Magus Hansa: I know. But s/he is here by my personal invitation.

    Magus Hansa: Even as a blind mage... I still seem to see more clearly than you.
    Magus Hansa: Yasimi, this <Class> is no danger to the townspeople. They may even be of help clearing the dangers of the surrounding area.
    Magus Hansa: You approached a restricted area, brimming with magic. A potential threat. Potential.
    Magus Hansa: Perhaps it might help them see better.
    Magus Hansa: Yasimi, this <Class> is no danger to the townspeople, or us. Perhaps s/he can help us clear the surrounding desert of danger?

    Sands of Eternity

    Magus Hansa: Do you even realize what you've done?!
    Magus Hansa: What have you done, <Character>?!

    Magus Hansa: Had to? HAD to? The amount of light magic you released....
    Magus Hansa: Had to? HAD to? The amount of light magic that was just released...
    Magus Hansa: For Lore's sake... the vibration of the ley lines had to have been felt all over the world!
    Magus Hansa: There was a reason why we were being careful inside the pyramid. We needed to secure anything so potentially powerful!

    Magus Hansa: Is that what you think? Where do you think that magic came from?
    Magus Hansa: Is that... is that what you really think? Where do you think that magic came from?
    Magus Hansa: The amount of magic needed to turn the life force of one hundred enemies into a new life for a dead husk?
    Magus Hansa: All that light magic needed to turn the life force of one hundred enemies into a new life for a dead husk?
    Magus Hansa: Why do you think it was stored in a focus stone? A stone that sat and allowed the magic inside it to reflect and grow...
    Magus Hansa: I know not what kind of artifact you tampered with, but that magic must have been connected to Sek Duat himself.

    Magus Hansa: The stone belonged to Sek Duat. The magic inside it was his. You just returned it. Why... why would you do that!
    Magus Hansa: I can't believe this. Are you even listening? The magic inside it was his. You just returned it. To Sek Duat!

    Magus Hansa: know where he is. We have to stop him!
    Magus Hansa: I can read your trepidation as clear as day. You know where the lich is. We have to stop him.

    Magus Hansa: Are you coming, <Character>?
    Magus Hansa: Are you coming, <Character>? To right your wrongs? Or shall we clean up after your mess, as so many others have done before?

    Magus Hansa: I'm not another pawn for you to extract life from, vampire.
    Magus Hansa: I'm not another pawn for you to extract life from, vampire. The Rose has come to put an end to you.

    Magus Hansa: Without the Light Orb to replenish his power and cut off from the power stored in his focusing stone...
    Magus Hansa: He must have been unable to draw from his stored magic after being deposed. Which means...
    Magus Hansa: ...he resorted to using your friend to extend his own life. He's stolen years of Zhoom's life away.
    Magus Hansa: ...he resorted to using this one's life to extend his own. He's stolen years of your friend's life away.

    Magus Hansa: You assume too much. Our mission is to end the danger of magic...
    Magus Hansa: You assume too much. Our mission is to prevent the misuse of magic.
    Magus Hansa: stop the abuses that monsters like yourself have heaped upon the innocent people of Lore.
    Magus Hansa: To stop the abuses that monsters like yourself have heaped upon the innocent people of Lore.
    Magus Hansa: I do not kill indiscriminately.

    Magus Hansa: We have to destroy him, <Character>!
    Magus Hansa: Just another fly to swat.

    Magus Hansa: So, this is your famous dragon.

    Magus Hansa: I can sense that it's a lot like you.... And your friend?
    Magus Hansa: I can sense that it's a lot like you.

    Magus Hansa: Magus Hansa of The Rose.

    Magus Hansa: I take it the lich was not inaccurate when he mentioned that he saved you from The Rose, then?

    Magus Hansa: I understand.
    Magus Hansa: Would you be... amicable to come with me for more thorough questioning?
    Magus Hansa: I would merely like to learn more information about Sek Duat and his pyramid...
    Magus Hansa: that we may safely contain any remaining dangers within.

    Magus Hansa: Have I imprisoned you, <Character>? Have I turned you in to Lady Jaania?
    Magus Hansa: Even after your... inexcusable blunder here, have I offended you, somehow?
    Magus Hansa: No. Kidnappings and unjust imprisonment are not part of the world that Lady Jaania envisions.
    Magus Hansa: You would do well to remember that.

    Magus Hansa: Unless there's anything else, you're free to go, <Character>. The Rose will stay and secure the area.
    Magus Hansa: We don't need you around to revive another lich.

    Magus Hansa: Watch yourself, <Character>.

    A Petal Falls

    Magus Hansa: <Character>!
    Magus Hansa: When I sent the request for aid to the rebels, I didn't think you'd be the one to show up!

    Magus Hansa: A problem? Goodness, no. To be honest, I didn't expect anything from the request. Even the Rose chain of command hasn't been any help.

    Magus Hansa: Well, you see, that's a bit of a conundrum.
    Magus Hansa: After King Alteon disappeared, tensions in Swordhaven between the Rose and Queen Victoria have been high.
    Magus Hansa: That is to say, our requests for support have been denied by Lady Jaania.

    Magus Hansa: You're telling me. The first wave of elementals that came out of the portal get closer every day.
    Magus Hansa: Our forces assaulting the city of Atrea were forced to retreat.
    Magus Hansa: At this point, the only thing I think we can do is to evac—

    Magus Hansa: It seems I've delayed too long. Quickly, <Character>, we must evacuate whoever we can!

    Magus Hansa: Thank you, <Character>. Without your help, we would not have been able to evacuate in time.

    Magus Hansa: I... We intend to travel to Swordhaven, and seek refuge there. And I intend to confront Jaania.
    Magus Hansa: First she refuses to send aid, and now the Rose is being branded as the cause of this?
    Magus Hansa: I...
    Magus Hansa: I am not pleased.
    Magus Hansa: I will get to the bottom of this.

    Magus Hansa: Thank you for your aid, <Character>.

    Magus Hansa: To you as well.

    Plans Entwined

    ???: YOU!

    Magus Hansa: Don't you dare "Magus" me. I can feel your conflict. I can hear your insecurity.
    Magus Hansa: Why did you refuse our request for aid?

    Magus Hansa: Higher than the homes and livelihoods of the people we swore to protect?

    Magus Hansa: You... you are.
    Magus Hansa: Yet—

    Magus Hansa: An ambitious dream. One I still hold dear. But you are struggling.

    Magus Hansa: ...
    Magus Hansa: I cannot. Perhaps in your new world, when all is done, I may follow your lead once more.
    Magus Hansa: But in the here, in the now, there are people who require my aid. Aid that I am able to provide immediately.
    Magus Hansa: I hereby resign my position from the Rose, if you'll allow me.

    Magus Hansa: Your cause is just, Lady Jaania. But your goal must not take precedence over the safety of the people.
    Magus Hansa: We cannot protect Lore from the evils of magic if there is no one left to protect.
    Magus Hansa: The Magesterium undermines confidence in the Rose, and you have done nothing yet to refute that.
    Magus Hansa: When, and only when you provide these resources, and this security, will I give your proposal some thought.

    The Greenguard Alliance - Choose a Faction

    Magus Hansa: <Character> approaches us, Lady Jaania. Have you come to assist us in the defense of the people of Greenguard?

  • Learn More
    Magus Hansa: You're surprised to see me here, <Character>! I can tell!
    Magus Hansa: Well, with the magnified threat of the rifts, Lady Jaania has asked me to return to lead the Rose's defense of the citizens of Greenguard.

    Magus Hansa: Even if you had not, I could not stand by, idle, while the people of Greenguard suffer.
    Magus Hansa: But <Character>, we could really use your help. The Rose forces are spread thin across Greenguard, holding off the invasion as best they can.
    Magus Hansa: I can personally attest to your prowess in the defense of innocents. The Rose could certainly use your help here.

    Magus Hansa: Lady Jaania.
    Magus Hansa: Your relationship with <Character> may be strained, but you must be respectful.

    Magus Hansa: Worry not, <Character>. You'd be reporting to me, not Jaania, in the coming storm.
    Magus Hansa: Think about it, okay?

    The Greenguard Alliance - Rose Faction

    Magus Hansa: It's Grand Magus Hansa now. I and the people of Greenguard appreciate your aid, <Character>. It will not be forgotten.

  • Swordhaven Camp

    G. M. Hansa: Ah, <Character>. Glad you could join us. As you can see, we are all set to assist the people of Swordhaven.
    G. M. Hansa: Unfortunately, as expected, it appears that a good number of elementals have made it through the Vind defenses...
    G. M. Hansa: it's up to us to ensure the safety of the city.
    G. M. Hansa: Now I...
    G. M. Hansa: <Character>, I sense... unease from you. What is on your mind?

    G. M. Hansa: ...
    G. M. Hansa: It should not be my place to speak of this, but since Jaania herself is unlikely to disclose this to you...
    G. M. Hansa: ...
    G. M. Hansa: Jaania is afraid of her magic, <Character>.
    G. M. Hansa: Not in that she believes she cannot use it at all...
    G. M. Hansa: ...but that should she unleash her full potential, she would lose herself, and do more damage than good.

    G. M. Hansa: That may be part of it. While you were frozen, there was an... incident.
    G. M. Hansa: A disaster, more like.
    G. M. Hansa: That would perhaps be a tale to continue another time, though.
    G. M. Hansa: We have a city to defend!

    G. M. Hansa: Of course, <Character>.

    Daybreak (Rose)

    Hansa: What is going on, <Character>? I sense... an incredible presence.

    Hansa: ...And this one threatens Swordhaven.

    Hansa: Hmm.
    Hansa: This puts us in a difficult situation.
    Hansa: *Gasp*
    Hansa: My Queen!
    Hansa: It's not safe! We are still assessing the threat.

    Hansa: So. We will have to coordinate with the Vind.

    Hansa: Then we will take this thing down, and we will protect Swordhaven and her people.
    Hansa: In the meantime, we need to ensure the safety of the people of Swordhaven first.

    The Spells We Weave

    Magus Hansa: It also did not start retaliating until we attacked first.

    Magus Hansa: As we saw when the ballistae were fired, it simply floated out of reach before retaliating.
    Magus Hansa: If we were to apply a threat to its front, then it will most likely retreat from that threat.

    Magus Hansa: With some of the research The Rose has developed regarding magical creatures–

    Magus Hansa: As well as some... creativity from the Vind, we believe that if we can secure a part or a piece of the Tytan–

    Sunfall: Part 1

    Magus Hansa: Our Energizers are in place to enhance the ballistae. The Rose is prepared.

    Magus Hansa: Unfortunately not. Lady Jaania is still recovering. She has yet to leave her study.

    Sunfall: Part 2

    Magus Hansa: I'm sure it looked impressive.

    Magus Hansa: Magus Neron for The Rose.

    Magus Hansa: The storms have gotten worse, however, and wildfires are starting to become a problem.
    Magus Hansa: The locals have been most cooperative, thanks to Magus Neron's efforts.

    Magus Hansa: Again, no sign of a Tytan yet, but the situation seems less dire compared to Amityvale's.

    Magus Hansa: So far, at least.
    Magus Hansa: We have also struggled to find the foci of the Northlands rift.

    Magus Hansa: And given that it's the Deadlands, that's hardly out of the ordinary as well.

    Magus Hansa: With all due respect, Your Majesty, but you're the queen.
    Magus Hansa: Your place is here, in Swordhaven.

    The Royal Resistance - Rose Faction

    G.M. Hansa: There's no telling what we'll encounter in these ruins. Keep your wits about you, <Character>.

  • Doomwood Camp

    The Royal Resistance - Rose Faction
    (before Ambition's Crossroads)

    G. M. Hansa: There you are, <Character>. I've been looking for a chance to continue our earlier conversation.

    G. M. Hansa: Yes. After Jaania initially recovered from freezing you and Warlic, she began traveling...
    G. M. Hansa: ...and made a name for herself as a hero in your absence.
    G. M. Hansa: However, these minor skirmishes paled in comparison to the rise of Yalla, the Arch-Druid.
    G. M. Hansa: She had awoken from her slumber in the Whispering Steppes, and recruited an army of her kind, of elves, to conquer Greenguard.
    G. M. Hansa: Jaania and her followers came to the defense of the land.
    G. M. Hansa: With Jaania's full might at the forefront, she crushed Yalla's conquest before it grew too widespread.
    G. M. Hansa: However, this was not enough for her.
    G. M. Hansa: She and what was now The Rose pursued the elves back to their hidden homeland, to the Dreamwood.
    G. M. Hansa: In our desire for revenge, we cared not who we struck down, as the elves did not either in their invasion.
    G. M. Hansa: Eventually, Jaania began preparing a mighty spell over the course of weeks.
    G. M. Hansa: One that would have prevented the elves from ever returning to Greenguard.
    G. M. Hansa: A spell that would have annihilated the Dreamwood and all who lived in it.

    G. M. Hansa: Perhaps from your perspective, but the elves were not merciful in their conquests. To Jaania, she was removing a risk.

    G. M. Hansa: She received an envoy from the elves, led by one Kara SuLema.
    G. M. Hansa: The very same Kara who now leads the Vind. Although at the time, she was simply an elf among many.
    G. M. Hansa: Kara and Jaania spoke privately for some time, at the end of which, Jaania ordered a retreat from the Dreamwood.

    G. M. Hansa: It seems that way. Their discussions had a major impact on Jaania.
    G. M. Hansa: Ever since, however, she has been adverse to using her most powerful magic, for fear of the consequences.

    G. M. Hansa: Perhaps. Or she used some other means to twist Jaania's will.
    G. M. Hansa: Regardless, that is why Jaania is afraid to use her full potential.
    G. M. Hansa: She came close to annihilating an entire culture, and while it may have seemed logical at the time...
    G. M. Hansa: ...she failed to consider the consequences.

    G. M. Hansa: <Character>, magic changes the world. Whatever purpose the magic is used for, change is effected.
    G. M. Hansa: Jaania has a need to know the effects of her actions.

    G. M. Hansa: On a lighter note, these ruins are certainly interesting, aren't they?

    G. M. Hansa: They seem similar to many of the other ruins that dot the Whispering Steppes, as well as a certain other location...
    G. M. Hansa: I'll have to do more research, but the similarities to the Ruins of Hawkscry are undeniable.

    G. M. Hansa: I'll tell you about them another time.
    G. M. Hansa: We have a rift focus to find for now!

    A Storm in the Night

    G. M. Hansa: Oh, do go on. This is quite the show.

    G. M. Hansa: I'm certainly agreeable to this plan. Even with Lady Jaania's current state, the Magi have always been afforded significant independence.
    G. M. Hansa: The Rose will be in good hands, even with my absence.

    If you joined the Rose Faction:
    G. M. Hansa: You and me, heading out together toward a continental threat.
    G. M. Hansa: Just like old times.

    G. M. Hansa: Ha! I look forward to our travels.

    G. M. Hansa: The magical presence here is certainly intimidating. Such places are sacred to the tribes of the Steppes.
    G. M. Hansa: They would not have abandoned the ruins lightly. We must take care.

    G. M. Hansa: Very well. I would like to explore the outside of these ruins a bit more, if you don't mind.

    A Shocking Discovery

    G. M. Hansa: I agree with Kara here. We have alternatives, and we'll accomplish our mission regardless.

    Ambition's Crossroads

    G. M. Hansa: Seems like they surrounded us in the night. Is everyone... wait–

    G. M. Hansa: And where is our guest, Prince Eulin?

    G. M. Hansa: Agreed. Thursday, head back to camp and start organizing a search party.

    The Royal Resistance - Rose Faction
    (after Ambition's Crossroads, before Grinding Gears)

    G. M. Hansa: It's important to take breaks, <Character>. I can tell how worried you are.

    G. M. Hansa: No sign yet in the forest. So that narrows things down to the ruins. And as you know, those present their own challenges.
    G. M. Hansa: But we're not giving up, and I know you aren't either.
    G. M. Hansa: I've sent word back to Swordhaven about what happened, but in the meantime, let's get back to the search. After you rest up.
    G. M. Hansa: Don't worry, we will find them.

    G. M. Hansa: The Rose is here to protect the people of Greenguard. And I won't abandon our allies.

    Grinding Gears

    G. M. Hansa: I can sense it as well. It's almost blinding.

    G. M. Hansa: Raven, report.

    G. M. Hansa: Thank you, Raven. Well done, all of you.

    G. M. Hansa: I think it's pretty clear. We secure the portal before the lagohm can strike.

    The Royal Resistance - Rose Faction
    (after Grinding Gears)

    G. M. Hansa: Hello, <Character>. Are you ready to take this fight to the rift?

    G. M. Hansa: Hope is a wonderful thing, but reality is often different.
    G. M. Hansa: I worry for our guest, the Prince. It is never easy to oppose one's own people. Or one's own family.
    G. M. Hansa: And yet, I admire him, too. The amount of determinination I feel from him eclipses most in The Rose.
    G. M. Hansa: If he were given the means to pursue his dreams, well, I'm glad he's on our side.

    G. M. Hansa: Anytime, <Character>.

    Direct Current

    G. M. Hansa: The amount of energy elemental power is overwhelming. It's all so blurry...

    G. M. Hansa: The Golden Hand aren't wrong. Now that I know what I'm looking for...

    G. M. Hansa: I believe we're safe for now.

    The Spark of the Soul

    G. M. Hansa: What are their defenses like? They surely must be expecting us.

    G. M. Hansa: You don't have to sound so proud of the enemy, Eulin.

    G. M. Hansa: *cough* Regarding our plan of attack, then.
    G. M. Hansa: I believe a frontal assault would be the best plan of action.
    G. M. Hansa: With <Character> and <Dragon> leading the charge, we shouldn't run into anything we can't handle.

    G. M. Hansa: Unfortunately, this isn't about your Lagohm politics. The rift is the issue at hand.

    Other information
  • Magus Hansa's dialogue in Rose Fort, Life Finds A Way, and Sands of Eternity was reworked on April 24th, 2020; more information can be found in the April 24th, 2020 Design Notes.

    Greenguard Alliance Appearance

    Thanks to Jay for images, additional dialogue, other information, and corrections.

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