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Neitiznot (pronounced "Nay-tizz-not"[1]) is a village on one of the Fremennik Isles, accessible only during and after The Fremennik Isles quest.

Locals will address players by their Fremennik name gained during The Fremennik Trials. Neitiznot can be accessed by talking to Maria Gunnars on Rellekka's northern-most dock.

The boat to Neitiznot and Jatizso.

Neitiznot is a great location for training the Crafting skill, since it has bank chests, spinning wheel, furnace, crafting shop, and yaks, which drop yak hides to tan & make yak-hide armour and hair to spin into rope using the spinning wheel.

Getting there[edit | edit source]

Features[edit | edit source]

A large geyser

The first few steps of The Fremennik Isles are required to get to Neitiznot. The village offers the following advantages:

  • Some good mining facilities close to a bank
  • Water source very close to bank
  • Spinning wheel relatively close to bank (just a little more than a click away)
  • Furnace close to bank
  • Range close to a bank
  • A clay oven
  • Yak-hides cured close to a bank
  • Trolls have fairly decent drops, so it is a potential high level player combat training area.
  • It is possible to kill ice troll runts accompanied by three honour guards. Players only need to hit the enemies once to get their drops. Most of the time, the trolls will attack the guards instead of the player, saving life points.
  • Yaks are close to a bank.
Neitiznot, on the left, and its sister island Jatizso

History[edit | edit source]

Four generations ago, a Fremennik king banished his two youngest sons, Neitiznot and Jatizso, for their often frustrating rivalry between each other. Shortly after their banishment, they stumbled upon two neighbouring islands north-west of Rellekka. Neitiznot chose the island to the west and named its community after himself. Some time later he was confronted by his brother Jatizso who demanded the island for his own. Neitiznot came out and denied his demand, and the feud continued. To this day, Neitiznot's descendants still have a fierce rivalry with the citizens of Jatizso.

Climate and geography[edit | edit source]

Since it is in the north it snows most of the year and cold winds blow through it year round. However unlike its sister island Jatizso it has good soil for growing trees and plants. It's divided into two islands, the southern and northern island. The southern part houses the settlement of Neitiznot and the yaks. The northern one is currently infested with trolls who are fighting the Honour guard of Neitiznot. It does contain however, a large amount of arctic pine trees, and is linked to a small island to the northeast with Drakolith rocks.

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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 12 August 2019 (Update):
    • Fixed an issue with cooking via the Clay oven in Neitiznot.
  • patch 5 January 2015 (Update):
    • Bank chests on Neitiznot now have a collect option.
  • patch 10 September 2013 (Update):
    • The Neitiznot bridge is no longer deformed.
  • patch 7 February 2012 (Update):
    • Some graphical abnormalities in the ocean around Neitiznot have been fixed.
  • patch 5 July 2010 (Update):
    • Fixed the flag animations on Neitiznot.
  • patch 7 December 2010 (Update):
    • Stone tiles on the Neitiznot towers no longer flicker.
  • patch 25 May 2010 (Update):
    • Flags on Neitiznot and Jatizso no longer fly through their poles.
  • patch 20 October 2009 (Update):
    • Rendering problem with pier on Neitiznot.
    • Jumping animation was unreliable on a broken bridge north of Neitiznot.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The pronunciation of Neitiznot sounds like "Nay, 'tis not," while the pronunciation of Jatizso sounds like "Yah, 'tis so." This is most likely a nod to the two islands' constant bickering.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. ^ Jagex. Postbag 35 - "Transcript:But how do you pruh-nounce Rell-doh?", Letter 4, by Reldo. RuneScape Postbags from the Hedge.