The Stone Mariachis

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  • Before activation:
You approach the stone mariachis.
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They sit motionless on their pedestals. Looks like you'll need to find some way of activating them.
  • After activation, but before courtyard is open:
  • Without pedestal triggers:
Each of the three mariachis sits on a stone pedestal with a large slot cut in it.
You have nothing to put into the first pedestal.
You have nothing to put into the second pedestal.
You have nothing to put into the third pedestal.
The mariachis continue to stand motionless. You give up and wander off.
  • With pedestal triggers
The stone tablet marked "Sinister Strumming" slides easily into the slot in the first pedestal.
The stone tablet marked "Squeezings of Woe" fits perfectly in the second slot.
The stone tablet marked "Really Evil Rhythm" clicks into place in the third slot.
  • Without proper instruments:
You have no instrument to give to the first stone mariachi.
You have no instrument to give to the second stone mariachi.
You have no instrument to give to the third stone mariachi.
The mariachis continue to stand motionless. You give up and wander off.
  • With proper instruments:
You place your <instrument> in the first mariachi's hands.
You place your <instrument> in the second mariachi's hands.
You place your <instrument> in the third mariachi's hands.
The mariachis begin to play a sinister song. As the song's tempo increases, a rumbling begins, deep beneath the ground. As the mariachis reach a dire crescendo (Hey, have you heard my new band, Dire Crescendo?) the gate behind the statues slowly grinds open, revealing the way to the Sorceress' courtyard.
You gather up your instruments and make ready.
  • After courtyard is open:
They're done playing, the gate is open, and there's no reason to mess with them anymore.

Located in The Entrance Cavern (2)

Notes

  • A list of items that can be used to pass the Stone Mariachis can be found in the description of the Naughty Sorceress Quest.

References

  • The "Dire Crescendo" may be a play off of a decrescendo, a musical term for a series of notes becoming gradually softer; whereas a crescendo is a series becoming gradually louder.