A huge sea monster is a crassian involved in the 2021 Hallowe'en event. It is defeated during Ed's miniquest, which unlocks the ability to use the left, centre and right cannon activity during the event.
The monster was lurking in the River Lum and attacking the fishing boats. It also attacked the werewolves Luna, Greg and E] near Draynor Manor, likely lured by shrimps cooked by Greg, and swallowed a necklace Ed received from Greg. In order to ammend their relationship with Draynor Village locals, the werewolves decided to deal with the creature. Ed set up three cannons near the river. Using the sea monster bait he and the adventurer lured it out and destroyed its kraken tentacles with the cannons. Ed retrieved the necklace, however smaller sea monsters, attracted to the carcass, began appearing on the shore.
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- ^ Morgan, "2021 Hallowe'en event", RuneScape. "And our fishermen speak of an enormous monster lurking within the River Lum, attacking their boats."
- ^ Ed (werewolf), "2021 Hallowe'en event", RuneScape. "Sounds like the sea beast that attacked us when we first arrived!"
- ^ Ed (werewolf), "2021 Hallowe'en event", RuneScape. "You see, Greg cooks the most delicious shrimp you could possibly imagine. They're irresistible! I suspect it may be what lured the beast to us in the first place."
- ^ Ed (werewolf), "2021 Hallowe'en event", RuneScape. "Greg: O-oh! It was nothing, really. Wait... that amulet you're wearing...
Ed: It's the one you gave me on our first hunt. I managed to recover it from the guts of that foul monster, thanks to Player. It's still rather fragrant, but I couldn't attend this meeting without it!"
- ^ Ed (werewolf), "2021 Hallowe'en event", RuneScape. "It looks like smaller beasts are being attracted to the monster's carcass."
- ^ Ed (werewolf), "2021 Hallowe'en event", RuneScape. "Ever since we defeated that enormous sea monster smaller ones have been skulking their way up the shore."