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This article is about the historic location. For other uses, see Forinthry (disambiguation).

Forinthry is an ancient name for the area now known as the Wilderness.

History[edit | edit source]

The meaning of the word Forinthry was unknown for a long time. It was first referenced when the name of the Abyssal bracelet was changed to the Forinthry brace.

Forinthry is mentioned briefly by the Museum Curator in the Varrock Museum. He refers to several of the artefacts on display at the museum being related in one way or another to Forinthry. The Curator believes that Forinthry was once a great city, much like Varrock is today, and that it was destroyed during the God Wars.

With the release of the Forinthry Dungeon, the meaning of the term was revealed in its Game Guide article.

Armies of Gielinor[edit | edit source]

Forinthry is also referenced in the RuneScape-based FunOrb game Armies of Gielinor, in the briefing for the second mission of the single-player campaign, "Guthix Awakens". One of the Sages of Guthix, Ewean, says that, "[The] land is condemned, all the way from Forinthry to Sophanem." Little information could be gleaned from this, other than the implication that it was far from Sophanem.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Forinthry is known as Ullergrax in the dragonkin language.