|Release date||Not released in-game|
|Alignment||Resourcefulness and modesty|
|Avatars and aspects||Crondis|
Crondis is a goddess with the head of a crocodile and the body of a woman. She is one of the four minor gods of the Menaphite Pantheon, and her following is particularly strong in Menaphos and Sophanem. However, as she is rarely spoken of, little is known of her.
A manifestation of her can be encountered during Icthlarin's Little Helper. If the player picks up the crocodile-headed canopic jar, the player can fight the manifestation. However, fighting her is not necessary to finish the quest.
Crondis is often considered to be the goddess of resourcefulness and modesty; that is, she is an example of how people should take no more than they need for their own sustenance. This has led to her being frowned upon by the higher echelons of Menaphite society, especially the Pharaoh of Menaphos, who, according to Jex, is greedy beyond Crondis' help.
She brought the world's pleasures to people - food, water, laughter and love. Lately however, she has been demanding people bring those pleasure to her instead due to corruption.
- Crondis is probably based on the Egyptian god Sobek.
- Although Crondis is female, her model is depicted as male by her statue in the Uzer Mastaba and her manifestation in Icthlarin's Little Helper. However, her quest concept artwork and page on the Menaphos minisite depict her as female.
- ^ Mod Osborne. "The Seven Tiers of Godhood." 21 March 2013. Lore Discussion Forums.
- ^ Jex, RuneScape. "The Pharaoh of Menaphos is a greedy, cruel man whose lack of restraint is beyond even Crondis's help."
- ^ Crondis. "There was a time when the desert god Crondis brought the pleasures of the world to her people; as much food, water, love and laughter as she could manage. Now, she has been corrupted, and insists that these pleasures are brought to her. She demands love and laughter from her people, as she gorges on their food and drink."
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