List of Gnomecopter Tours player NPCs
Although the characters encountered during the Gnomecopter Tours appear to be players, they are actually NPCs. They are commonly known as Player spoofs. They cannot be interacted with, however, they can be followed and traded with (but it will say that the other player is busy), and they can speak like normal players. As opposed to regular players, when right-clicked they all have an examine feature that simply states A player. They all have their own programmed path which they repeatedly follow. Some of these player NPCs have also appeared in other parts of RuneScape.
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Burthorpe Games Room[edit | edit source]
|“||Welcome to the Burthorpe Games Room.
On the north-western edge of the Kingdom of Asgarnia lies Burthorpe, an enigmatic town on the border of the troll lands. Burthorpe is the current home of Prince Anlaf, heir to the throne of Asgarnia.
The Prince himself hasn't been seen for ages, leaving the running of the town to the Imperial Guard, but his influence is felt nonetheless.
In particular, his passion for boardgames has led to the creation of the Burthorpe Games Room, the vast hall in the cellars of his palace, where all may come to prove their strategic prowess.
The Games Room is a peaceful break from the hubbub of the outside world.
Players may sit on the palace's comfy stools, with the helpful barmaid bustling around, offering relaxing drinks while they challenge each other to games of draughts, runelink, runesquares and runeversi, using runes as gamepieces.
These NPCs appear in Burthorpe Games Room.
|Explosive67||100||Reference to abomb67, former Rune Tips staff member|
|Distantthin||89||Amulet of strength, Dharok's greataxe, Zamorak cape, formerly an unholy book||He originally wielded a Dharok's greataxe and an unholy book, which is not possible for normal players since the greataxe is two-handed. The unholy book was later removed in an update.
Reference to Slimfar, former Rune Tips staff member.
|Allmarshes||98||Reference to All_Bogs, former Rune Tips staff member|
|Bigface Oz||118||Possibly a Wizard of Oz reference|
|Skydischarge||127||Reference to Lightning, former Rune Tips staff member|
|Agplus||107||Reference to Silverion, founder of Rune Tips|
|Airstriker||107||Named after the Air Strike spell|
|Solltalk||122||Reference to Sunspeak, former Rune Tips staff member|
|Steallake||113||Reference to Laikrob, former Rune Tips staff member|
|Hm Val||126||Reference to QueenValerie, former Rune Tips staff member|
|Poledragon||114||Reference to Dragontotem, former Rune Tips staff member|
|Al Truism||116||Play on the word Altruism|
|Lvzyoda||117||Possible reference to Star Wars character Yoda|
|Oddskater||129||Reference to Sk8erfreak, former Rune Tips staff member|
|Alpha1beta||111||A reference to Mod Ash's original account A1B2.|
|Plzpudding||125||Dharok's platebody and Dharok's platelegs, Abyssal whip, Toktz-Ket-Xil, Dragon boots, Amulet of fury, Archer helm, Dragon gloves|
|I like m0m||95||Spined armour, a rune 2h sword, glory amulet, and a fire cape||Players could spot him fighting Elf warriors using the Protect from Melee prayer near the west entrance to Lletya|
|Wigglewoo||130||Dharok's platebody, Dharok's platelegs, a Warrior helm, a pair of Fighting boots, dragon gloves, Obsidian cape and wields an Abyssal whip||This NPC could be seen in the south-east corner of Lletya while using the Gnomecopter service|
|Orangeowns||72||Full Void knight equipment with Void mage helmet,a amulet of magic a Dragon dagger p++, bronze defender and a legends cape||He could be seen in north east corner of the village fighting with an Elf Warrior and used Protect from Ranged while fighting|
|Lollery||82||Full Moonclan clothing,an Amulet of power||She could be seen picking flax in the field near the Bank. She then brought it to the spinning wheel in Lletya's crafting shop, and spun it into bowstrings. She would then deposit the bowstrings in the bank and repeat the process|
|Qutiedoll||99||Trimmed fletching cape, Blessed dragonhide armour, rune boots,an Amulet of strength||Qutiedoll was also a victim of the Draynor Bank Robbery, during which the Wise Old Man killed a number of bankers, guards, and fake players. He could be seen wandering Lletya|
|Abstractclas||72||Red dragonhide armour, Ranger boots, Magic shortbow||Most likely a reference to Java's "abstract classes"|
|Boolean||101||Fighter torso, bandos tassets, Dragon boots, Amulet of glory, Bandos godsword||This is probably a reference to the Boolean datatype in computer programming. The datatype can hold one of two values - "true" or "false". The combat level may also be a reference to the same, as Boolean values are internally stored by single zeroes or ones|
|Nullpointer||61||A programming joke; see null pointer|
|Stress Diva||79||Guthan's chainskirt, Guthan's helm, Guthan's platebody, Guthan's warspear, Rune boots||A reference to a player Pmsdiva, a former member of The Clan and friend of Mod Ash.|
|Evil Wibbler||69||Snakeskin armour, Dorgeshuun crossbow, Elemental shield|
|Bigbluebox||93||Red dragonhide body, Red dragonhide chaps, amulet of accuracy, dark bow, dragon arrows, and unknown boots||This NPC's name could be a reference to Doctor Who's TARDIS. It could also be a reference to the game developer company Lionhead Studios who use Big Blue Box as an identifier on their games|
|Funorbrox||126||Ancient staff, Ahrim's robetop and Ahrim's robeskirt, Amulet of fury, Infinity boots, Barrows gloves, Mage's book||She could be found near the bridge on the red team's end of the central island casting Ancients spells on the nearby blue team players. Her name is in reference to Funorb, another gaming site Jagex released some weeks before.|
|Knickknack||87||This NPC's name is a reference to the nursery rhyme This Old Man.|
|Rollinghome||112||Abyssal whip, Verac's brassard, Verac's plateskirt, Amulet of glory, Dragon sq shield, and Dragon boots||This NPC's name is a reference to the 'This Old Man' nursery rhyme. This is the last phrase from the song|
|Fixmydoorup||9||A reference to the Castle Wars game itself|
|Doorbellpl0x||52||White decorative armour, Decorative legs, Rune scimitar, Amulet of power, and Rune boots||This may also be a reference to the Construction skill, as well as the player above|
|Windstrike32||9||Named after the Air Strike spell, which was formerly known as Wind Strike|
|Donkey Wrong||93||Splitbark body, Splitbark legs and Splitbark boots, Amulet of glory, Dragon sq shield and Ancient staff||His name is referenced to Donkey Kong|
|Frondlike||103||Spined body, Spined chaps, Spined gloves and Spined boots, Amulet of glory and Seercull|
|Happy Spud||112||Dragonfire shield, Amulet of glory, Rune crossbow, Karil's leathertop, Karil's leatherskirt|
|Creapantic||10||Black dragonhide body, Black dragonhide chaps, Amulet of glory, Crystal bow, and unknown boots|
|Nobodyhere||82||Red dragonhide body, Red dragonhide chaps, Amulet of power, Magic shortbow, Rune arrows, and Ranger boots|
|Dan the Tiny||Level|
|Val Razz||72||A reference to Valaraz, former leader of The Clan.|
|Mythmaster||87||Green dragonhide trimmed set, Dark bow, and Infinity boots|
|Trunka Lex||86||Dark bow, Red dragonhide armour, Boots, Amulet of accuracy|
|2scompany||76||Dragon longsword, Zamorak plateskirt, Rune platebody, Amulet of strength, Rune boots, and Gloves||This is a reference to the idiom "two's company, three's a crowd", as are the next two character's names|
|3sacrowd||103||Verac's brassard, Verac's plateskirt, Abyssal whip, Dragon boots, Amulet of glory, and Black defender|
|4sjustsilly||103||Infinity robes, Master wand, Amulet of fury, and Mage's book|
|Roadblocked||68||Granite body, Granite legs, Granite shield, Amulet of defence, Dragon dagger (p++), and unknown boots|
|Heresjohnny||118||A reference to The Shining|
|Mogglewump||105||Guthan's platebody and Guthan's chainskirt, Barrows gloves, Dragon boots, Amulet of glory, Rune defender, and Abyssal whip|
|Renderorder||6||A reference to image and object order rendering|
|Readheadmonky||81||He was the only NPC in this area to be capable of dying. Every other NPC would be healed when near death. Note the fact his name has 13 letters, 1 above the legitimate limit of 12|
|Wallscaler||62||Possibly a reference to the ability to scale the battlement walls in Castle Wars|