The Fossegrimen
Release date 2 November 2004 (Update)
Race Spirit
Members Yes
Quest NPC The Fremennik Trials
Location(s) South west of Rellekka
Sells items No
Gender Female
Examine A powerful spirit that lives in this lake.
Fossegrimen location
Fossegrimen chathead

The Fossegrimen is a Fremennik spirit who can enchant a lyre; when played, the lyre will teleport the player to Rellekka. She can be summoned by using the offering of your choice on the strange altar to the south west of Rellekka.

Only players who have started or completed the Fremennik Trials quest may use this teleport. The Fossegrimen requires a raw shark as a tribute before she will enchant a lyre, or a raw bass when wearing the Ring of Charos (a) (you must have enchanted the lyre once before being able to use bass). Offering a raw shark will give the lyre 2 charges. A raw manta ray can also be offered to give the lyre 3 charges, and a raw sea turtle to give the lyre 4 charges. As a part of the Fremennik Trials, players must obtain an enchanted lyre from the Fossegrimen.

Fossegrimen's Altar

The Fossegrimen's altar.

As the ring of Charos works on the Fossegrimen, she seems to be a simpler being than she appears.

While wearing or having Fremennik sea boots in your inventory and giving the gift for her, you will get two more charges - four for a shark/a bass, five for a manta and six for a turtle.

Offering Number of teleports Number of teleports
wearing Fremennik sea boots
(charging remotely)
Number of teleports
wearing Fremennik sea boots
(charging in person)
Raw shark 2 1 4
Raw bass (wearing
charos ring (a))
2 1 4
Raw manta ray 3 2 5
Raw sea turtle 4 3 6

Dialogue Edit


  • The Fossegrimen is based on the mythical Fossegrimen, a Scandinavian spirit who lives in waterfalls and is neither good nor evil.
  • She cannot be talked to despite having such an option, as the player cannot reach her.
  • The ability to charm her into accepting a sea bass instead of a shark may be a reference to Dr. Evil, who asked for "sharks with frickin' laser beams attached to their heads" but whose researchers were only able to come up with mutated sea bass instead.