|Release date||1 August 2005 (Update)|
|Location(s)||Freaky Forest, McGrubor's Wood|
|Examine||He's at home in the forests.|
|NPC ID||100, 16857|
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The Freaky Forester was a random event. Players were whisked away to a small clearing in a remote forest in Gielinor where they were asked to kill a pheasant with a certain number of tail feathers. The player simply had to give the correct raw pheasant to the forester and then they were able to leave the area via a portal nearby. Players were rewarded with a random event gift. However, if the player gave him the wrong pheasant, they would be teleported to a different area and would not receive a reward.
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Update history[edit | edit source]
- patch 5 July 2010 (Update):
- Enabled those players using auto-cast magic to be able to complete the Freaky Forrester random event more easily.
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Trivia[edit | edit source]
- There was a glitch where if you tried to attack your assigned pheasant with a Korasi's Sword special attack, you would receive the message: "You don't need to attack any more pheasants; you're allowed to leave." although this was before you actually kill the pheasant.
- There was a glitch where you appeared on the Falador boundary wall when you were teleported back.
- If you looked far enough north, you could see a large pool of lava right next to the edge of the forest, this is the fire runecrafting altar. A cave was visible to the north-east and part of the Fisher Realm could be seen to the south.
- When you killed a pheasant, it was nearly impossible not to pick the raw pheasant up, as the character automatically did that. This interrupts the banking interface, Orb of oculus interface and conversations with the Freaky Forester. You couldn't even log out before you picked up the raw pheasant from the ground. However, the Customisation interface would immediately destroy the raw pheasant on the ground..
- You couldn't kill pheasants after handing in a raw pheasant, no matter if it is the right or wrong type.