|Release date||23 October 2006 (Update)|
|Quest NPC||My Arm's Big Adventure|
|Examine||He's in a pretty nasty spot, in a pretty nasty pot. With some cabbage.|
The adventurer was a young man who was captured by trolls in the Troll Stronghold. He was stripped of his items - dragon helm, dragon chainbody, abyssal whip, shark, coins, dragon platelegs and goutweed - and placed in a pot in the troll kitchen by Burntmeat. He begged the troll chef to let him go, offering his items in exchange for freedom. Burntmeat refused as he found the dragon equipment to be too tough to eat, but got angry when he found the goutweed. He accused the adventurer of stealing it, who protested his innocence, claiming it had been grown in Tai Bwo Wannai. Burntmeat thought the idea sounded good then cooked the adventurer into a stew. However, the stew didn't taste good, giving the troll a stomach ache, which he put down to not washing the adventurer's feet first.
Burntmeat later decided that growing goutweed could be a good idea, and told a different adventurer of the original adventurer's fate, in an attempt to convince them to help his assistant My Arm learn how to grow the weed.
- If the player asks Burntmeat for the Adventurers items as a reward, Burntmeat will say that he threw them away as they weren't edible. If Swan Song is completed, your character replies, "You're worse than that old man who wouldn't give me his hat!" This pertains to the many rants during Swan Song where your character begs the Wise Old Man for his blue partyhat.
- ^ Adventurer, "My Arm's Big Adventure", RuneScape. "You like my armour? If you let me go, I'll let you keep it!"
- ^ a b Burntmeat, "My Arm's Big Adventure", RuneScape. "Only place find goutweed is my storeroom. You bin stealing?"
- ^ Adventurer, "My Arm's Big Adventure", RuneScape. "You can get the gout tuber from Tai Bwo Wannai Village. Go there and ask Murcaily. Then you plant it in a farming patch."
- ^ Burntmeat, RuneScape. "Well, he give me mighty sore tummy later. I think I forget to wash his feet."