|Release date||21 September 2010 (Update)|
|Quest item?||Gunnar’s Ground|
|High Alch||0 coins|
|Low Alch||0 coins|
|Destroy||You can ask Dororan for a new copy of the poem.|
|Store price||Not sold|
|Examine||A poem to convince Gunthor to settle the barbarians permanently.|
The text of the poem can be read both during and after the quest. It can also be placed on the bookcase of a Player-owned house. The poem follows the structure, verse and rhyming scheme of a Shakespearean sonnet.
The poem is surrendered during the quest. If another copy is desired one may be obtained from Dororan after the quest. He can be found in the house just west of Varrock. There is currently a glitch where the game labels the scroll as a book when placing it in a POH bookcase.
Our people dwelt on mountains steeped in lore,
A mighty tribe as harsh as any beast
Who then, in face of madness swept to war,
The warlord Gunnar leading to the east.
This legacy of honour still lives on
In Gunnar's bloodline, fierce to this day.
We sing the tales of battles long since won
And from his righteous purpose never stray.
But long is gone the author of that threat
And even rolling boulders come to rest,
For Gunnar's ground is rich and fruitful yet
And Gunnar's blood with beauty blessed.
Now let these freemen from this conflict cease
And let this be the time of Gunthor's peace.