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Leo is a gravedigger working at the East Ardougne church, having been hired to bury the dead by Councillor Halgrive. However, he is rather incompetent, being unsure who he is meant to be burying,[1] or the tools of his trade.[2]

He is supposed to bury anybody who dies,[3] but due to his incompetence often buries people incorrectly and resorts to asking others to sort out his errors.[4] This formed the basis of the former random event Gravedigger, where players had to check the contents of five coffins and place the bones in the appropriate graves according to the headstones.

Due to his habit of mixing up graves, he becomes a defendant in The Gravedigger v. The People court case, where he is being accused of grave robbery.

Dialogue[edit | edit source]

Update history[edit | edit source]

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  • patch 15 February 2011 (Update):
    • Some of these npc's chat animations were updated.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Leo holds a spade in the same fashion as a player would wield a 2h sword before EoC.
  • Leo's dialogue is unaffected by whether or not you are wearing full Mourner gear, unlike dialogue of some other NPCs in East and West Ardougne.
  • Players may assume the form of Leo by using the Ring of random, however they are immobile while doing so and will return to normal form upon moving.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. ^ Leo, RuneScape. "Oh, dear gods, no! I just mean I... I'm not sure who I'm supposed to be burying today."
  2. ^ Leo, RuneScape. "The councillor just put this trowel in my hand one day and said to start digging. I'm not even sure if I'm holding it the right way."
  3. ^ Court Cases, "The Gravedigger v. The People", RuneScape. "Leo is the gravedigger for anyone who dies in RuneScape. Those who know him report that he is odd, but largely harmless."
  4. ^ Court Cases, "The Gravedigger v. The People", RuneScape. "Adventurers have sent reports that Leo tried to persuade them to 'tidy' some graves. These graves had been disturbed, and their coffins had become mixed up."