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This article is about the tavern. For the official lore, see The Rising Sun - Ozan's Tale.
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The Rising Sun can be found on the west end of Falador, across from the bank. The bar is run by three barmaids: Kaylee, Emily, and Tina. All three barmaids will sell any player a wizard's mind bomb, dwarven stout, or Asgarnian ale. This bar does not sell ordinary beer. It does, however, offer the unusual service of buying back (noted or unnoted) empty beer glasses for 2 coins each.

This bar is also a stop on the miniquest Bar Crawl and is involved in the quest Recipe for Disaster. The top floor of the bar is home to a drunken man which you can kill. The stat-increasing beer, known as the wizard's mind bomb, is required for the Falador Tasks.

All three barmaids have the same appearance (except for Emily, who has blonde hair instead of brown like her co-workers), seem to be the same age, wear the same uniform, and say the exact same things when you talk to them.

StockEdit

Item Number
in stock
Price
sold at
Price
bought at
GE
price
GE resale
value
Wizard's mind bomb Wizard's mind bomb Infinite 3 coins N/A 275 N/A
Dwarven stout Dwarven stout Infinite 3 coins N/A 468 N/A
Asgarnian ale Asgarnian ale Infinite 3 coins N/A 398 N/A

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TriviaEdit

  • For a long time, the tavern was on a slight hill, which would require the player to go climb a few stairs. For an unknown reason, later there was no incline, but the original stairs remained, which appeared to be "pointy". Jagex even made a notice about it on the report-a-bug/fault feature on the RuneScape website saying that it isn't a glitch, and that they were working on it. The flat stairs are no longer on the hill.
  • The Rising Sun could be a reference to a Tavern in the story of King Arthur that goes by the same name.

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