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Lumbridge guard was significantly altered after an update.
This article is retained to provide information on past elements of RuneScape.
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Lumbridge guards were monsters found in Lumbridge where they defended the town from Giant rats and goblins. One fought the goblins to the south of the River Lum, another fought the ones in the forest north of Lumbridge Castle, while another fought the giant rats west of the castle. When they were low on health, they ate to heal.

These were the only guards in Lumbridge that could be killed, and they were the weakest type of guards in RuneScape. With the release of RuneScape 3 and the Battle of Lumbridge, they were made more numerous, unattackable, and no longer fight goblins and rats (with the exeption of 2 guarding the bridge east of the Lumbridge Castle).

Drop tableEdit

The drops obtained from these guards were aimed towards helping out newer users as they levelled up their combat skills. The drops could also be sold for a mediocre amount of money, which could be potentially useful for newer players. Training solely on them was not recommended as there was only one in each area and they are often fighting other monsters.


Item Quantity Rarity GE price
Cooked meatCooked meat1; 2Uncommon160–320
Cooked chickenCooked chicken1; 2Uncommon132–264
Meat pieMeat pie1; 2Uncommon301–602

Weapons and AmmunitionEdit

Item Quantity Rarity GE price
Bronze arrow 5Bronze arrow16Rare320
Iron swordIron sword1Rare843
Body runeBody rune1; 7Rare34–238
Air runeAir rune2–7Rare58–203
Mind runeMind rune7–17Rare133–323
Staff of airStaff of air1Rare2,089
Water runeWater rune6Rare156
Earth runeEarth rune4Rare84


Item Quantity Rarity GE price
Coins 25Coins5–50Uncommon5–50
Copper oreCopper ore1Uncommon34
Tin oreTin ore1Uncommon29
Sealed clue scroll (easy)Sealed clue scroll (easy)(m)1RareNot sold


  • Every time they killed a monster, they ate a piece of food which healed them to full health, and walked over to the square of their death as if to collect a drop.