In Memory of the Myreque (miniquest)

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In Memory of the Myreque (miniquest)[1] is a miniquest which preceded the release of River of Blood. During the miniquest, the player builds monuments to honour allies lost in the Myreque quest series.

The finished statues act as altars, which give five extra Prayer points per statue built. Completion of In Memory of the Myreque is a requirement for obtaining the master quest cape and completionist cape.

Overview[edit | edit source]

Reunion with Veliaf[edit | edit source]

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To start the miniquest, speak to Veliaf Hurtz in the graveyard north of Canifis, next to the sundial. He will explain that he wishes to build statues around the sundial to remember his fallen comrades, and that he will build a plinth for a new statue every day, starting after the day you first speak to him. Although this means that the miniquest is timegated and takes 10 days, you can speak to Veliaf, wait ten days, and then build all the statutes at once.

After Veliaf builds a plinth, you may build a statue on it by using two 5kg blocks of granite, which may be mined in the Desert Quarry by the Bandit Camp lodestone or purchased on the Grand Exchange. Building all ten statues requires twenty blocks of granite in total.

After a statue is built, it must be decorated with a blisterwood sickle and a specific item significant to the Myreque member being honoured. You may speak to Veliaf and ask him about adding items to learn which one is required for that day. With the exception of the blisterwood crossbow and the holy water, all of these items may be gathered within Morytania.

Statues[edit | edit source]

Myreque member Object of reverence How to obtain Statue
Sani Piliu chathead.png: Chat head image of Sani PiliuSani Piliu Blamish blue shell (pointed).png: RS3 Inventory image of Blamish blue shell (pointed)Pointed blamish blue shell Bruise Blamish Snail with pointy shells can be found near The Hollows and during Temple Trekking. Sani Piliu (statue) (completed).png
Sani Piliu statue
Harold Evans chathead.png: Chat head image of Harold EvansHarold Evans Nail beast nails.png: RS3 Inventory image of Nail beast nailsNail beast nails Nail beasts are only encountered during Temple Trekking and always drop several nails. Harold Evans (statue) (completed).png
Harold Evans statue
Andiess Juip chathead.png: Chat head image of Andiess JuipAndiess Juip Snakeskin body.png: RS3 Inventory image of Snakeskin bodySnakeskin body Swamp snakes can be encountered during Temple Trekking and skinned for their hides. These can be tanned by Sbott in Canifis. Fifteen are needed to craft a snakeskin body; Fidelio, also in Canifis, sells needle and thread. Andiess Juip (statue) (completed).png
Andiess Juip statue
Flaygian Screwte chathead.png: Chat head image of Flaygian ScrewteFlaygian Screwte Ivandis flail.png: RS3 Inventory image of Ivandis flailIvandis flail A chain link mould can be found in the Meiyerditch Myreque base, and a rod clay mould can be made by using a piece of soft clay on Ivandis Seergaze's tomb in The Hollows. The Abandoned Mine has clay, coal and mithril veins, while Temple Trekking reward tokens can be used for Silver stone spirits. Sapphires and emeralds can be obtained from monster drops or big net fishing for caskets, and runes for enchantment spells can be received as drops from skeletal hands. With the use of the furnace in Port Phasmatys, Burgh de Rott or Meiyerditch, the flail can then be crafted, see here for detailed instructions. Flaygian Screwte (statue) (completed).png
Flaygian Screwte statue
Kael Forshaw chathead.png: Chat head image of Kael ForshawKael Forshaw Rune armoured boots.png: RS3 Inventory image of Rune armoured bootsRune armoured boots These may be created by the player, requiring level 50 Smithing, or purchased directly from Scavvo's Rune Store. Kael Forshaw (statue) (completed).png
Kael Forshaw statue
Mekritus A'hara chathead.png: Chat head image of Mekritus A'haraMekritus A'hara Mort myre pear.png: RS3 Inventory image of Mort myre pearMort myre pear A blessed sickle or Ivandis flail are required to obtain these by casting Bloom near empty bushes in Mort Myre. It may take several attempts and the process drains prayer points. Mekritus A'hara (statue) (completed).png
Mekritus A'hara statue
Radigad Ponfit chathead.png: Chat head image of Radigad PonfitRadigad Ponfit Moonlight mead.png: RS3 Inventory image of Moonlight meadMoonlight mead Moonlight mead is sold by Roavar in the Hair of the Dog in Canifis. Alternatively, there is a brewery in Port Phasmatys. Radigad Ponfit (statue) (completed).png
Radigad Ponfit statue
Vertida Sefalatis chathead.png: Chat head image of Vertida SefalatisVertida Sefalatis Blisterwood stake-thrower crossbow.png: RS3 Inventory image of Blisterwood stake-thrower crossbowBlisterwood stake-thrower crossbow Silver bars can be obtained from Temple Trekking, mithril ore and coal from the Abandoned Mine. There are furnaces in Phasmatys, Meiyerditch and Burgh de Rott. Blisterwood can be obtained in the Darkmeyer arboretum. Crossbow strings cannot be obtained inside Morytania due to the lack of a spinning wheel, so you may wish to use one elsewhere or simply buy one on the Grand Exchange. Vertida Sefalatis (statue) (completed).png
Vertida Sefalatis statue
Polmafi Ferdygris chathead.png: Chat head image of Polmafi FerdygrisPolmafi Ferdygris Histories of the Hallowland.png: RS3 Inventory image of Histories of the HallowlandHistories of the Hallowland A copy of this book can be found in the hidden Paterdomus library, or from the bookshelf in your Player-owned house. Polmafi Ferdygris (statue) (completed).png
Polmafi Ferdygris statue
Safalaan chathead.png: Chat head image of SafalaanSafalaan Hallow Holy water.png: RS3 Inventory image of Holy waterHoly water A blessed gold bowl (or a regular gold bowl and a bull roarer to summon Gujuo), any machete, a book of binding and at least one empty vial are required to create holy water, which requires going to the Kharazi Jungle. Safalaan Hallow (statue) (completed).png
Safalaan Hallow statue

An additional two plinths were added on 4 May 2016 for all players who have completed the miniquest. Currently they cannot be built upon, as Veliaf says they are reserved for Ivan and himself.

After completion of River of Blood, players can speak to Veliaf to inform him that Safalaan is alive. After speaking to him, players will unlock the achievement Myreque in Memoriam, and Veliaf will teleport to the top of Castle Drakan.

Rewards[edit | edit source]

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Early bird bonus

Players who completed statues between 12 April and 8 May 2016 received an Early Bird Bonus. Paying respects at each of the statues granted 1/40 of the total fixed experience rewarded from the Myreque quest series. Players could choose whether to gain combat experience or not when paying respects for the first time. The early bird reward for one statue was:

Paying respects at all ten statues in April 2016 gave the following 106,250 experience in total:

Achievements[edit | edit source]

Required for completing[edit | edit source]

In Memory of the Myreque (miniquest) is not currently required for any quests or miniquests.

Transcript[edit | edit source]

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Credits[edit | edit source]

Update history[edit | edit source]

This information has been compiled as part of the update history project. Some updates may not be included—see here for how to help out!
  • patch 3 May 2016 (Update):
    • Players who've completed the quest River of Blood will now have the extra two plinths at the memorial show up more reliably after waiting the required number of days.
    • The completionist and master quest cape requirement for completing the Myreque memorial has been extended to include helping Veliaf to move on.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. ^ Mod Rowley. "Memorial to the Myreque" should've been called "In Memory of the Myreque". reddit. 25 April 2016. (Archived from the original on 5 June 2021.) "In Memory of the Myreque is what it's called, as far as I'm concerned. Where does that other name even come from?"