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AesirWarrior

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Solanumtinkr said:
Today I realised the simplest way to deal with Jabari in the One man in the North fight, when the differences were minimal to be hard to tell apart was not to wait untill he attacks you but to bring a ton of high healing food and just spam a few to hope to hit him all while eating enough not to die! :P



I thought the second one you clicked was always Jabari. Guess I was lucky then.
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I have noticed your kind does tend to blindly stumble forward towards danger simply because it exists. What is your word for that?
- We call it being a hero.

10-Jun-2017 20:44:47

AesirWarrior

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Deltaslug said:
Pintas said:
Ok.... I know there's a disclaimer... but the Gower Quest is really confusing me. So, is Romeo and Juliet Canon in RS3?


No. Or at least for the most part 'no'.
Romeo and Juliet was scrapped ages ago with the release of Gunnar's Ground. The characters effectively removed from game.

The characters were used for a bit of nostalgia and humor in the Gower Quest and Dimension of Disaster.

The Gower Quest uses so much 4th Wall Breaking that the canonicalness of the quest itself is in question and it even pokes fun at the very fact (that you're told about the Rat Pits, that after an update, you no longer remember them, yet at the same time you know they existed even though the player character might not have even started playing at the time.)
I think as Mod Moltare (a rather twisted mind, still a tad short of Mod Raven) stated that the canonicty of the Gower Quest is however they feel like treating it.

tl;dr - if the above comment made no sense to you, that explains the logic behind the quest and how canonical it is. If it did make sense, then you already understood the answer before you asked the question. And if your head hurts or your brain is oozing out of your ear, that counts as the exact same answer.


In-game the quest log even says something like "this quest is canon except when it isn't".
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I have noticed your kind does tend to blindly stumble forward towards danger simply because it exists. What is your word for that?
- We call it being a hero.

10-Aug-2017 20:21:22

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