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This article is about the pet. For the NPC that roams Gielinor, see Mune (NPC).
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Mune (Desert) chathead.png
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Mune is the activity pet for Areas. It can be unlocked by spotting it in the active area. Every day, Mune roams a different area as an NPC. It appears every 2–4 hours, wandering the active area for 30 minutes before despawning. It will also appear as a yellow dot on the minimap.

Mune cannot be spotted by players who have not completed and claimed the rewards of the elite task set specific to the active area.

Day Environment Requirements
Monday Desert Desert Set Tasks - Elite
Tuesday Forest Tirannwn Set Tasks - Elite
Wednesday Ice Fremennik Set Tasks - Elite
Thursday Swamp Morytania Set Tasks - Elite
Friday Wilderness Wilderness Set Tasks - Elite
Saturday Any Dependent on area (see above)
Sunday Any Dependent on area (see above)

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Update history[edit | edit source]

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  • update 1 February 2021 (Update):
    • Added to game.
      • Mune is a mysterious creature who wanders the wilds of Gielinor, changing appearance to suit the environment. But be careful - they only appear to adventurers who've proved their local knowledge by completing Elite Area Task Achievements.
      • There are six appearances of the pet in total, unlocked by spotting Mune in different regions of the world: (Desert, Forest, Ice, Swamp, Wilderness).

Trivia[edit | edit source]

Original concept art for Mune
  • The pet was designed by the player Suizzy.
  • The name "Mune" (pronounced "Mew-une") is inspired from a combination of the words "Many" and "tune," since there are "many" regions it's "in-tune" with. The word "mune" means "(archaic) to be feasible or possible," which is tied to the different "possibilities" of the forms Mune can adapt.[1]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. ^ Suizzy. Mune the Area Pet: Progress Collage. Reddit. 31 January 2021. (Archived from the original on 24 May 2021.)