Dragonkin coffin (scenery)

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The Dragonkin coffin is a piece of scenery found in the Crypt of Varanus excavation site. Seven of them are found in a semi-circle in the far northern section of the dig site. Two of them are broken open and dragonkin bones can be seen within. The other five sealed coffins most likely contain the same. The Death Mask item uncovered in the nearby Dragonkin coffin excavation point suggests only those interred in coffins are given them.[1] The examine text of the sealed coffins suggest that high-ranking or highly respected dragonkin were interred within.

The crypt the coffins reside in was originally built to inter the Nodon hunter, Varanus, whose death at the hands of the Raksha triggered the crypt's construction.[2]

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  • The northernmost coffin reads "Varanus" in the Dragonkin alphabet.
  • The westernmost coffin reads "Kalger" in the Dragonkin alphabet.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. ^ Death mask item description, Runescape. "Those interred, however, have these orgone-decorated stone masks placed over their faces."
  2. ^ Next of Kin, written by Kranon, Runescape. "The other day, she took it to visit its former master, newly interred in his crypt - the first built on this world."