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It was said by an old man to a boy named 'X', for example, that he would be waiting for him at a kind of vehicle.

わしは天の箱舟で待っておる。 じゅんびがすんだら お前も来い。 よいな Xよ!

If it means 'good', I think it looks not make sense to me.

Does it possibly mean 'all right' and it is followed by な particle for emphasizing?

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よいな (or in more common forms いいな, いいですね), in this case, is essentially a pretty forceful way of confirming the interlocutor has understood something - 'You've got that, haven't you?!' or something like it. The な or ね here is in its confirmation function, '- right?'.

'I shall be waiting at the Ark of Heaven. You must come too, when you are ready. You understand, X?'

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