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|The areas to the west and north of Oo'glog are patrolled by ogress warriors and champions. They are particularly aggressive and more than willing to skewer anyone looking tasty.
To make best use of Oo'glog's facilities, you should play through As a First Resort....
Oo'glog has been considered by the sensible to be a pretty poor choice of holiday resort. Beyond the surly ogress warriors that guard its gates are sulphuric and putrid pools, diseased animals, a complete lack of any kind of welcome and a strong chance of being eaten. That may change with the arrival of Balnea, who seems to have befuddled the ogresses into doing her bidding.
The level of welcome you get in Oo'glog is pretty much dependent on how far along you are in the As a First Resort... quest. Anyone who has made their way through it will testify that Oo'glog is, miraculously, a very useful place to visit.
Oo'glog is a long trek over the Feldip Hills and through the Feldip Hunter Area. Walking south, you will find a ridge of mountains that only the agile can pass. Everyone else will have to pass through the main gates, to the south-west of the Hunter area, which is guarded by a number of aggressive ogres.
To get to Oo'glog quickly, you can use a ring of duelling or the Spirit Tree Network to teleport to the Mobilising Armies Command Centre, which is a short trek west from Oo'glog.
West of Oo'glog is a large multi-way combat area for practising your abilities with swords, bows or magic.
To the south and east of Oo'glog is the sea. This may seem irrelevant until you realise that Oo'glog can be reached by boat. You'll have to complete As a First Resort... to do so, however.
Oo'glog may seem a mite out-of-the-way to an adventurer who likes to have things close at hand, but there is plenty here.
For those who like to fight, there is a multi-way combat area to the west and the Mobilising Armies Command Centre beyond that.
For those who like to hunt, there a number of Hunter animals outside the boundaries of Oo'glog. If you have completed As a First Resort..., there are three new Hunter creatures to trap: diseased kebbits, wimpy birds and platypodes.
There are five pools in Oo'glog that have been earmarked as health spas. Having helped Balnea to clear them of insects (or buzzy-buzzies - it depends who you talk to), you will be able to use them for various benefits:
There is an Agility shortcut that allows you over the northern ridge of mountains that separate Oo'glog from the Hunter area. This requires level 29 Agility.
|Chief Tess can be found in the centre of Oo'glog, in her hut.||Balnea can be found in the Oo'glog bank, sketching business battleplans.|
|Balnea. With thick skin, the 'buzzy-buzzies' tend to ignore her, so she can take an ogre bath in peace.|
|Seegud can be found in her hut, north of Oo'glog bank.||Chargurr is practising her culinary arts in the centre of Oo'glog, outside Chief Tess's hut.|
The following quest can be started in Oo'glog:
|Wolf (Level 64)||Ogress (Level 69)|
|Wolves can be found in the multi-way combat area to the west of Oo'glog.||Ogresses wander about the gates of Oo'glog, and the multi-way combat area to the west.|
|Ogress warrior (Level 86)||Ogress champion (Level 99)|
|Ogress warriors wander about the gates of Oo'glog, and the multi-way combat area to the west.||Ogress champions wander about the gates of Oo'glog, and the multi-way combat area to the west.|
The following can be done once you have completed, or are, in some instances, partway through the As a First Resort... quest: