# One cold night for (…)

There is a great magnificent wall to your east

Look at wall
There is a small gate in the wall.

Open gate
The gate is locked.

Unlock gate
The gate is still locked.

Look
You see a small key laying next to a weather beaten fisherman in a gray tunic leaning against a wall. The wall has a gate in it.

Pick up key
As you been over to grab the key the fisherman's foot springs around as quick as a whip and picks up the key with his smallest toe.

Talk to fisherman
You begin to introduce yourself "Hello sir my name is .... " but the fisherman interrupts:
You quickly reply "How did you know?"
"You seem to have an illusion of free will about you, a sense of mystery in your eye, and I can access any player's character sheet" he says with a grin.
"Now If you want to get past this wall and onto the next challenge in this outdated form of entertainment you must tell me the password which for simplicity's sake is your name."

Say your name

• Are the spelling/grammatical errors intentional? – boboquack May 21 '17 at 21:44
• Yes. Most of then grammar mistakes are intentional. The rest are due to my own stupidity and my local school system. – Supersolver May 21 '17 at 22:14
• And a flying kick launched against the fisherman followed by a dex check isn't an option ;) – Liam Daly May 21 '17 at 22:20
• +1 for recalling me the beautiful time of textual adventures... – Hunter May 22 '17 at 15:23
• I hope this isn't a semi-interactive... I think those are considered bad quality now... – Quintec May 26 '17 at 0:43

I say

This is my name because

I was about to say this and was shocked when he said it first.

• Is that the intended solution? If so, poor puzzle IMHO... – Hunter May 24 '17 at 7:41
• Wouldn't it be just "An Adventurer" with your(sic) being the statement from the man? – ben-Nabiy Derush May 24 '17 at 14:45

From the nature of the conversation and style of it, your name is...