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Iconis is a magic user, specialising in photography. He is located just south-west of Falador near the hut of the Makeover Mage, whom he is apparently friends with. He is the owner of a small pavilion which allows players to take a picture of their avatar with the use of Iconis Imp-in-a-box and use a headshot of themselves as their Forum avatar, as well as a full-body shot of their character which goes in their Adventurer's Log.

Meg's Cases[edit | edit source]

During Mega May, Iconis played a role in one of the investigations, specifically during The Eastern Mystery - Part 6, in which the Makeover Mage reports some of their sheep missing, and the player has to investigate. They are then redirected to Iconis, as he may have heard something during the crime. He states that he was sleeping in his tent the night prior, but he heard a Highwayman making some noise.

Etymology[edit | edit source]

Fittingly, Iconis' name comes from the word "icon" which, from the Ancient Greek "eikōn", means an image or representation.[1] It is also used in computer science as a word for an image representing a program or file, much like the service he provides players.

Dialogue[edit | edit source]

Iconis speaks in:

Update history[edit | edit source]

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  • patch 13 May 2013 (Update):
    • Iconis' animation now plays correctly.
  • patch 9 November 2015 (Update):
    • Iconis has found his missing fingers.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • In a sense, Iconis breaks the fourth wall because he talks about the official forums, which is an outside feature of the game itself.
  • If a player tries to take a picture before two hours have passed since their last one an ingame message will come up that says:
    "You will be able to have your picture taken again in -- minutes. You can only have your picture taken once every 2 hours."

References[edit | edit source]

  1. ^ Icon: Define Icon at Dictionary.com. (Archived from the original on 5 June 2021.)