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|The TzHaar City is a multicombat area and though you may think that some of its citizens make easy pickings, the larger ones will often come to their aid. For this reason, it's a good idea to either avoid attacking anyone or to come down with friends (or you can just be supremely confident in your skills).|
TzHaar City is a very different place from the rest of Gielinor: the walls and floors are barely solid and lava glows through the cracks; the beings that live there are themselves made of stone; their might is indisputable, yet they have no history of attacking their neighbours. Even the mightiest warriors, rangers and mages are careful when wandering the caverns of the TzHaar.
Even the currency in the city beneath the volcano is different. The stone people seem to place little value on gold and instead favour obsidian, a black volcanic glass.
The city is relatively simple to reach as it is located a very short walk from the two main docks on Karamja. To the west is Brimhaven, and the Amulet of glory will also teleport you extremely close to the entrance.
Once you're on top of the Karamja volcano you will find an impressive sculpture, this is the entry point to the TzHaar city.
East, across the seas to Asgarnia, is Falador.
Points of Interest
The features of the TzHaar city that draw the most visitors to the city must be the Fight Pits and the Fight Cave. In the Pits, JalYt (non-TzHaar) combatants fight to be the last one standing, while in the Fight Cave adventurers attempt to survive dozens of waves of bizarre creatures for the merest chance to fight the legendary TzTok-Jad.
In TzHaar-Hur-Lek's ore and gem store, those who have earned a particularly large amount of TokKul can purchase an uncut onyx, a highly sought-after stone.
TzHaar weaponry is also excellently crafted, and can be purchased from TzHaar-Hur-Tel.
Note that some areas are not available until after you have completed certain quests:
- the TzHaar Obsidian Mine is only available after completing TokTz-Ket-Dill
- the Fight Kiln minigame, and the bank next to it, is only available after completion of The Elder Kiln
- the TokHaar Fight Cauldron, and the bank next to it, is only accessible after the completion of The Brink of Extinction.
|Fight Pits, and it is he that hands out the rewards for the victor. He is responsible for the day-to-day running and maintenance of the Fight Pits, as well as making sure the viewing orbs are working properly. He is, like all TzHaar-Mej, a powerful mage and wise leader of the TzHaar.||Fight Cave and ensures that the beasts are fed, watered and enraged. If anyone could be called TzTok-Jad's master, then it is TzHaar-Mej-Jal.|
|TzHaar-Mej-Kah can be found at the entrance to the TzHaar Fight Pits, in the west of the TzHaar city.||TzHaar-Mej-Jal can be found inviting wandering adventurers to test themselves against the TzHaar Fight Cave west of the main city.|
|TzHaar-Mej-Lor can be found in the TzHaar Library, just south of the furnace.||TzHaar-Hur-Brekt ponders the finer details of literary art in the TzHaar mines.|
|TzTok-Jad can only be found by the mightiest warriors, rangers and mages, and only in the TzHaar Fight Cave.||TokHaar-Hok can be spoken to within the TokHaar Fight Kiln.|
The following quest can be started in the TzHaar city:
The People of Stone
|TzHaar-Hur (Level 100)||TzHaar-Mej (Level 160)|
|TzHaar-Hur can be found throughout the city.||TzHaar-Mej can be found throughout the city.|
|TzHaar-Xil (Level 140)||TzHaar-Ket (Level 180)|
|TzHaar-Xil can be found throughout the city.||TzHaar-Ket can be found throughout the TzHaar city.|
- The only currency that the TzHaar accept is TokKul, which is not tradeable and can only be gathered in the TzHaar city.
- The Fire cape, the only animated cape in the game, can only be won by defeating TzTok-Jad. If you defeat TzTok-Jad twice or more (well done!) you will receive another Fire Cape and a large quantity of TokKul.
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