Olmec: The most daring marksman of all time was the Swiss archer William Tell. In the Early 1300's, Hermann Gessler, the governor of Switzerland, placed a hat on a pole and made the people bow to it. William Tell, passing with his young son, Walter, refused to bow and was arrested and brought before Gessler.
Gessler: Who is this man?
Tell: William Tell, your Excellency, a Swiss archer.
Tell: My father's not just an archer. He's the finest marksman in the land. He can shoot an apple off a tree from 100 yards away.
Gessler: Is that so? In that case, you won't mind shooting an apple off your son's head at 100 paces. Or I could have you both put to death.
Olmec: Tell took two arrows from his quiver, placed one in his belt, and drew the other in the bow. The arrow swooshed through the air and split the apple in two.
Gessler: Good shot. But what was the second apple for?
Tell: If my first had missed, Sir, it was for you.
Olmec: Gessler had Tell arrested, but he escaped and led the fight for Independence. Legend has it that Tell's son, Walter, dried the apple half and hid it away for over 600 years, until it found its way to The Temple. Your quest is to find The Dried Apple Half of William Tell and bring it back here.
Kirk: Thanks, Olmec. Tell us, where is this Apple Half?
Olmec: The Dried Apple Half of William Tell can be found in The Room of the Ancient Warriors.