Difficulty:
Novice
Length:
Short
Quest Requirements:
Skill/Other Requirements:
3 Herblore
Ability to survive encounters with Jogres (level 82).
Note: If you have completed Druidic Ritual prior to January 31, 2012, you will have to complete the updated version in order to do this quest.
Quests Unlocked/Partially Unlocked by completing this Quest:
Items Needed at Quest Start:
None.
Items Needed to Complete Quest:
None.
Items Recommended for Quest:
Items Acquired During Quest:
Quest Points:
1
Reward:
775 Herblore XP and 2 free keys for Treasure Hunter.
Start Point:
Tai Bwo Wannai Village, at the house just west of the Mahogany and Teak trees.
To Start:
Speak to Trufitus.
Instructions:
  1. Make your way to the Tai Bwo Wannai Village and talk to Trufitus, at his house just west of the Mahogany and Teak trees. Ask him where the inhabitants of the village are. He will tell you that they are too afraid to stay in the village and have returned to the jungle. Ask him if you might be able to help him. He will say that you can help him to make a potion which he needs to communicate with the gods by collecting some herbs scattered around the island.

    Note: The easiest way to reach Tai Bwo Wannai is via the Fairy Ring code CKR, via the Amulet of glory (4) teleport to Karamja and then walking southwest, or via the Nature altar teleport tablet.

    Trufitus

  2. Head southwest through the village and cross the land bridge to find the first herb. Search the marshy jungle vines near the coast to find a Grimy snake weed. Use your Herblore skills to clean the dirt off it. Take the Clean snake weed back to Trufitus.

    Note: Beware of Tribesmen (level 86) in the jungle. Trufitus will not accept snake weed dropped by Jogres (level 82) or Tribesmen (level 86).

    Marshy

  3. The next herb is called Clean ardrigal. Travel northeast in the direction of the shore and follow the shoreline until you come to a little peninsula with palms trees. Search one the palm trees to get your hands on a Grimy ardigal. Clean the herb and give it to Trufitus.

    Note: Beware of Harpie bug swarms (level 90) near the peninsula.

    Palm

  4. To obtain the third herb, Clean sito foil, you must to search the scorched earth near the two ever burning fires just south of the Tai Bwo Wannai village. Clean the dirt off the Grimy sito foil and hand it over to to Trufitus.

    Scorched

  5. Head to the Nature Altar mine to southeast of the Tai Bwo Wannai village to find the following herb. Search one of the plain rocks to find a Grimy volencia moss. Clean the herb and bring the Clean volencia moss to Trufitus.

    Rock

  6. The last herb you need to gather is called Clean rogue's purse. Head north again to the shore to find a cliff. Go east past the Harpie bug swarms and then back west to find the entrance to a cavern. Search the rocks and climb down. Once inside the Jogres dungeon, look for a fungus covered cavern wall. Search it to find a Grimy rogue's purse and clean the dirt off the herb. Leave the dungeon by climbing up the hand holds.

    Note: Beware of Harpie bug swarms (level 90) near the peninsula and Jogres (level 82) in the dungeon. Trufitus will not accept rogue's purse dropped by Jogres (level 82) or Tribesmen (level 86).

    Wall

  7. When you have collected the final herb, head back to Trufitus to claim your reward.

    Quest Completed!

Note: After completing the quest, it is now possible to take part in the Tai Bwo Wannai Clean Up activity.

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This Quest Guide was written by Gnat88, Bob, and Alfawarlord. Thanks to Radmite for corrections.
This Quest Guide was entered into the database on Tue, Mar 02, 2004, at 10:16:05 PM by Weezy and CJH, and it was last updated on Thu, Jul 24, 2014, at 10:52:17 PM by DRAVAN.

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