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Game with a Godfather parody dialog involving wardstones and skulls

Discussion in 'Playground' started by SlickRCBD, Aug 11, 2018.

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    I think this might have been a fan-made Neverwinter Nights 1 module, but I'm not 100% certain.
    I'm trying to recall what game or module had a situation where you had to infiltrate a location and bring down the wards, and you had two ways to do so. Either smash a wardstone or kill a wizard.
    The wizard turns out to be the last line of defense for the wardstone, or is otherwise in the room guarding it.
    One of the dialog options you could pick was obviously inspired by The Godfather, and went along the lines of "By the time I leave this room, I'm either smashing that wardstone or your skull. "

    Can anybody recall where I saw that little bit of dialog from?
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