|Release date||10 December 2007 (Update)|
|Examine|| A collector of ancient artefacts.|
|Notable features|| Exchanges money for Ancient Artefacts, teaches about player killing.|
Mandrith was the custodian of Bounty worlds and PvP worlds before their removal. Mandrith has a stall in Edgeville bank, similar to his brother Nastroth in Lumbridge. He allows players to exchange Ancient artefacts they have acquired as drops from Revenants for coins.
The artefacts he purchases from players are relics from the God Wars. Players cannot exchange the artefacts in noted form. In addition, Mandrith and Nastroth will not buy weapons or armour received as drops, as he advises the players to use them, rather than trade them for money.
This towering figure is descended from the first of the clans of men, whose legends speak of the first murder on RuneScape. For this crime, his people have been cursed to an eternity watching over those who would do the same. Given his terrifying dress, the massive blade he wields and his remarkable size, it is little wonder that he survived in the Wilderness. According to Mandrith his robes have been passed from father to son for generations. He appears to be equipped and skilled much like a player killer in old-style Wilderness: a fast and deadly weapon, with little armour, wild-looking and very strong without much dexterity abilities.
Mandrith used to be the custodian of the Wilderness Volcano when Bounty Hunter was hosted there (bullying his banker, Maximillian Sackville) constantly, but had to close it due to a particularly violent eruption. When various monsters moved into the crater Mandrith abandoned the volcano and moved to Edgeville.
- His examine text used to be: "The custodian of bounty hunting and PvP worlds!"
- After Ritual of the Mahjarrat, you can ask him about the Dragonkin's attack on Edgeville.
- If you give him a weapon, armour or anything not related to an artifact, he will say "I don't know what to do with that."
- If you give him a noted artifact, he will say "If you brought me the actual item, and not just a picture of it, I could give you some money for it.