Olmec: One of the brightest literary talents of the early 1800's was a beautiful Englishwoman named Mary Shelley. She wrote the classic horror novel "Frankenstein." Her friends were aghast.
Woman: How could such a lovely creature create such a horrifying monster?
Olmec: Legend has it that perhaps she didn't create it. One night, seeking refuge from a storm, Mary entered a dark, foreboding tavern. Moments later, a hulking, shadowy figure sat down next to her.
Hulking Figure: Beware.
Mary: Where? Be where?
Hulking Figure: No, no, you don't understand me.
Olmec: Mary shivered as his hideous voice rasped out the story of a horrible monster that had terrorized a small German village.
Hulking Figure: He was brought back from the dead by an evil doctor, a former pediatrician from Bavaria.
Olmec: From his ragged coat, he drew out an old and yellowing manuscript.
Hulking Figure: But another monster will never be created, for now you hold the secret. Guard it well.
Olmec: Lightning flashed and Mary caught a glimpse of a horribly scarred face. Then the hulking figure stole away into the night. Her heart raced as she read the cover.
Mary: (reading) "The Secrets of Life and Death" by Victor Frankenstein.
Olmec: Shelley wrote her novel, but kept the secret diary hidden away until it eventually made its way to The Temple. Your task is to find The Mysterious Manuscript of Mary Shelley and bring it back here.
Kirk: All right, so tell us, where is this Mysterious Manuscript?
Olmec: The Mysterious Manuscript of Mary Shelley can be found in The Dark Forest.
Kirk: (through laughter) Of course.