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For the music track, see Tuska (music track).
For the world event and minigame, see Tuska Comes.
Gender Female
Godhood tier 4[1]
Ascended by Killing a god[2]
Alignment None
Symbol Tuska symbol Tuska symbol (Tuska Comes)
Colours Teal and possibly purple and grey.
Adjective Tuskan
Tuska head

Tuska was a boar-like goddess who attacked Naragun during the Naragi God Wars. She fought against Saradomin, eventually making him move to another realm due to the disruption she caused. Tuska is described as a mindless beast that has managed to attain godhood.

Since Tuska was a formidable foe, her presence attracted Skargaroth to hunt her down. During a fight between Tuska and Skargaroth, Guthix used the elder god sword he had found to severely wound Tuska by stabbing her in the eye, making her completely blind. Tuska finally met her demise at the hand of Vorago, after having attempted to invade and devour Gielinor.

The corpse of Tuska now lies in the sea south of the Wizards' Tower and west of the Kharidian desert. To get there, one needs to swim from Desert Bandit Camp or Bedabin Camp. The island-hopping activity from the world event Tuska Comes can be played there, where it is still possible to earn reward points and gain experience.

Tuska's corpse is the starting point of the Call of the Ancestors quest by speaking with Tunks.


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Tuska concept art

Concept art of Tuska

Tuska was once a member of an unknown simple-minded beast-like species who somehow managed to kill an unknown god, and thus ascended to godhood herself. After her ascension, she retained her animal instincts, and proceeded to ravage worlds.[2]

Tuska attacked the homeworld of the Airut at some point. The Airut are a proud warrior race, who resort to chaotic, psychological warfare. Many of the Airut joined Tuska due to the strength that she showed. Throughout the years, as the Airut continued to follow Tuska, they became more and more reliant on the symbiotic relationship with the boar god, taking hair dropped by Tuska to form armour and gloves in order to increase their strength. As part of their favour towards psychological warfare, the airut leave the Mark of Tuska stamped on their victims, either as a branding or marks made on the wall.[3] Tuska and the Airut met Skargaroth and Skargaroth followed Tuska through the dimensions to hunt her down.

During the year 1239 of the Naragi, Tuska was summoned by Airut priests to the Naragi homeworld, Naragun. The Naragi managed to lure the beast to Saradomin, who was also attacking the Naragi world, where Tuska crashed upon a fortress of Saradomin. Saradomin materialised and grappled with the beast, though Tuska's destruction forced Saradomin to flee to another realm. Eventually, Skargaroth caught up to and attacked Tuska. Skaragoth managed to blind one of Tuska's eyes and Tuska pushed Skaragoth on a Naragi refuge shelter, killing Aagi, Guthix's daughter. Guthix then took possession of the Elder sword and used it to blind Tuska's other eye and also to kill Skargaroth.

The Beginning of the End Airuts Chant

Airut chanting Tuska's name

For millennia, she would continue travelling through the multiverse, destroying planets and growing in power, until she set her sights on Gielinor shortly after the assassination of Guthix. Wizard Chambers launched a monkey named Apollo into space with a lodestone attached to him. Although Apollo died, the lodestone he was carrying crashed into Tuska's back, embedding it into a scar and allowing players to teleport to her. Later, representatives of four rival factions cloaked the area, shielding all intruders from Tuska's eyes: Gods Armadyl, Saradomin, and Zamorak, along with The Godless faction under Vorago's banner. Soran, reporting to Zaros, is also present in the Shadow Realm, but strictly as an observer.


Vorago Killing Tuska

Tuska being killed by Vorago

Gielinor's defenders banded together to defeat Tuska once and for all. As Tuska was hurtling towards Gielinor, Vorago appeared and punched Tuska twice to stun her. He then charged up a powerful attack with the Anima Mundi and unleashed it on her, killing her once and for all. However, her limp body still hurtled towards the planet, and caused havoc in Falador, Lumbridge and the Wizard's Tower, before landing in the ocean south of the tower.

Tuska's dead body

The back of Tuska's remains

After the event she can be reached by teleporting to the Bandit Camp via lodestone or the Bandit Camp Teleport scroll and then swimming to her back. She can also be reached by talking to Wizard Chambers at the docks south of Lumbridge. She can also be accessed by teleporting from an Astromancer apprentice located near any lodestone.


Tuska crash site

Tuska's location

After the events of World Event 3, Tuska crashed on Gielinor, landing in the waters west of the desert bandit camp. Here, players can still play the minigame featured in the event. The lodestone on her back is no longer active. Astromancer apprentices can teleport players to the World window on Tuska from various locations, e.g. Grand Exchange, and lodestones.




  • The Finnish word "Tuska" translates to "pain" or "agony". This, along with the association of a tusked, ravaging beast, were the inspiration for her name.[4]
  • According to Guthix's memories, Tuska didn't care about being worshipped. Additionally, she along with Loarnab are the only known gods to be mindless, unintelligent and savage.[5]
  • Tuska may be based on the Erymanthian Boar of Greek mythology, who was killed as part of the twelve Labours of Hercules.
  • Tuska was the largest living entity encountered thus far, even larger than the Elder God Mah.[6]
  • Tuska is the first god not to turn into stone after death. This is due to her body still possessing Anima, which is powering the portal to Mazcab.[source needed]
  • Tuska is the only god to have two distinct symbols.
  • With her death by the hands of Vorago, her race is most likely extinct.


  1. ^ Jagex. RuneFest 2013 lore session: Celebrating Story Mod Ollie (01:11:14) RuneFest 3 recording, 2 November 2013.
  2. ^ a b Mod Michelle. Gods/Philosophies.*
  3. ^ Official runescape wiki. "Airut/History." RuneScape News.
  4. ^ Jagex. Above the Lore - episode 6: The Story behind the World Event Mod Osborne Above the Lore podcast, 26 July 2013.
  5. ^ Jagex. Official lore livestream with Mod Osborne Official lore livestream, 2 August 2013.
  6. ^

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