Olmec: One of the mightiest knights of the Middle Ages was Roland, the nephew of Charlemagne, King of the Francs. With his sword, Durendel, Roland led his uncle's armies to battle and conquered most of Europe. In 777, Charlemagne expanded his Empire into Spain. He and Roland crossed the Pyrenees and defeated all the Muslims except King Marsilius of Saragossa, who made an offer of peace.
King Marsilius: If you withdraw from Spain, I will come to France and pledge eternal obedience. Here are the keys to Saragossa as proof of my goodwill.
Roland: Do not believe him, Uncle. He has played more tricks than David Copperfield.
Charlemagne: Roland, the King's word must be believed, and he has given me the keys. But you and your men shall guard the rear as we leave. Take this ivory hunting horn, and if there's treachery, call me.
Olmec: Sure enough, as soon as Charlemagne was out of sight, the evil King ambushed Roland and his men. Roland's sword, Durendel, flashed left and right. But the Muslims kept coming and there was no chance to sound the horn. Finally, with a superhuman blow, Roland struck the mountain and opened a huge gap through which to flee. He blew the ivory horn, and Charlemagne returned and drove Marsilius' horses back. Later, the ivory hunting horn made its way to the Temple. Your task is to find the Ivory Hunting Horn of Roland and bring it back here.
Kirk: Thank you very much, Olmec. So tell us, where is this Hunting Horn?
Olmec: The Ivory Hunting Horn of Roland can be found in the Shrine of The Silver Monkey.