Tai Bwo Wannai
|Tai Bwo Wannai|
|Release date||23 October 2002 (Update)|
|Teleportation||Fairy Ring, teleport scroll|
|Points of interest|
|No. of banks||1 (after Deadliest Catch)|
|No. of altars||1 (after Tai Bwo Wannai Trio)|
|No. of small obelisks||0|
|Inhabitants||Villagers, Broodoo victims|
|Infobox • Talk page|
Tai Bwo Wannai Village is located south of Brimhaven, deep in the jungle of Karamja. It is home to a number of villagers. However, it does have a problem with its location, as the surrounding jungle always seems to be trying to grow back over where it once was.
Broodoo victims sometimes attack the village as part of the Tai Bwo Wannai Cleanup minigame, but most people just run from them, because they are very strong for their level, have high defence to most things except their weaknesses, and they disappear very rarely. They also cast stat-weakening spells.
The village deals primarily in trading sticks and is the only place to trade in them.
Getting there[edit | edit source]
- From the Karamja lodestone (accessed via the Home teleport spell after the lodestone has been activated) head south.
- A fairy ring (code CKR) is situated to the south (requires partial completion of A Fairy Tale II - Cure a Queen).
- The Tai Bwo Wannai Teleport scroll teleports players into the centre of the village..
Features[edit | edit source]
- A general store a bit north-west of town.
- Successfully completing Deadliest Catch yields a deposit chest adjacent to the general store.
- The only farming patch for calquat trees.
- An anvil.
- A hardwood grove area with access to teak and mahogany trees. Requires 100 trading sticks to access, obtained through the minigame.
- A tribal statue that can recharge Prayer points, similar to an altar. Requires completion of Tai Bwo Wannai Trio.
- The minigame Tai Bwo Wannai Cleanup.
- Pothole Dungeon filled with jogres to the northeest.
- The Tai Bwo Wannai Cooperative run by Gabooty, a store that deals in clothing and machetes. It trades in trading sticks.
- The Tai Bwo Wannai Drinky Store run by Gabooty, a store that sells gnome cocktails. It trades in trading sticks.
- The Tai Bwo Wannai Parcel Service run by Rionasta, which runs items to a player's bank for a fee. It trades in trading sticks.
- Close proximity to a mining site in the jungle to the south-east.
- Close proximity to two permanent fires located just south of Tinsay's hut.
- Tiadeche's Karambwan Stall
- Tamayu's Spear Stall selling Karambwan poisoned tipped spears (kp) and cleaning cloth to remove poison.
Inhabitants[edit | edit source]
- Fanellaman, a retired fisherman
- Gabooty, runs the Gabooty's Tai Bwo Wannai Cooperative and Gabooty's Tai Bwo Wannai Drinky Store shops
- Jagbakoba, a jungle hunter
- Jiminua, runs a Jungle Store to the north of the village
- Karaday, a fisherman, son of Safta Doc
- Layleen, a young girl
- Mama Buffeta, tells you how to cook spider on stick
- Murcaily, looks after the hardwood grove
- Rionasta, runs parcel service
- Safta Doc, makes machetes
- Sharimika, tells you about the Tai Bwo Wannai Cleanup minigame
- Timfraku, the chief of the village, starts the Tai Bwo Wannai Trio quest
- Trufitus, the shaman of the village, involved in several quests, and starts the Jungle Potion quest
and after the Tai Bwo Wannai Trio quest is complete:
Quests[edit | edit source]
- Jungle Potion, start by talking to Trufitus.
- Shilo Village partially takes place here.
- Tai Bwo Wannai Trio, start by talking to Timfraku.
Update history[edit | edit source]
- patch 16 February 2010 (Update):
- Some NPCs in Tai Bwo Wannai Village weren't animating when they walked.
- Added more ambient sounds and increased the volume slightly in Tai Bwo Wannai.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- The tribal statue in the centre of the city resembles a Moai, one of the many monolithic statues on the Chilean island of Rapa Nui.
- During the quest My Arm's Big Adventure, Murcaily states that he has never heard of a troll before. This implies that the village may not know about any races off the island.
- Several inhabitants of Tai Bwo Wannai seem to be holding a trading stick, which is unwieldable for players.
- In the local language, Tai Bwo Wannai means "small clearing in the jungle".
References[edit | edit source]
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