One-time method[edit source]
I've discovered another method to smuggle Karamjan rum. However, it only works once. I did it on F2P.
What you need is an account with:
- Combat level 20 or higher
- Never entered a PvP world before
How to perform:
- Sail to Karamja
- Buy Karamjan Rum from the store
- Log out
- Log into a PvP world. You will now be in Lumbridge, with an inventory full of Karamjan rum. You can bank it at the castle.
- Log out
I haven't tested to see if this might have any ramifications for Pirate's Treasure. Other than a nice souvenir, i doubt it has any value for F2P users.
I won't put it in the article until someone vouches for it for me. I don't want to get accused of trying to scam someone. inclusivedisjunction 15:31, 5 July 2009 (UTC)
Update: You can give Redbeard Frank the rum right after you start the quest, and he'll give you the key. This allows you to skip picking bananas, putting them in the crate, putting a bottle in there, finding an apron, and talking to Wydin.
- OK, I'm adding it to the article. I'll vouch for it, did it today. However, I also did it on a ftp world, and am just going to have to assume that it also works in p2p. JalYt-Mej-Wynde 18:40, August 13, 2010 (UTC)
Another F2P Method[edit source]
I have found another method too. It is a very slow and timely method, though. But you can do it as many times as you want.
What you need:
- Haven't completed "Pirate's Treasure" (See below)
- To be VERY quick. (Reliable Internet Connection and Mouse recommended)
The Point in the Quest:
- You need to be at the point where you have the Rum in your bag after you got it from Wydin's banana box. You can't have given it to Redbeard Frank yet.
How to perform:
- Cross the gangplank on the boat in Port Sarim.
- Hide the Rum on the boat so no one can find it and take it.
- Get off the boat and sail to Karajama Island.
- Quickly get 10 Bananas and a bottle of Rum.
- Load the Rum and the Bananas into the box and get your payment. (You do not have to talk to him to load the bananas and the rum in again.)
- Sail back to Port Sarim.
- Grab the Rum that you hid on the boat.
- Get the Rum from Wydin's Banana box again.
You can do this as many times as you wish until you have a full bag of rum. You have to be very quick while doing so or else the Rum on the boat will disapear or be taken. So it's recommended that this is not done on a busy world. I won't post this on the page until others have confirmed it. Get a new account and give it a try. --Landofflames 02:13, 21 July 2009 (UTC)
- "Nor can a player bring the rum to the bank in Shilo Village or Tzhaar. A monkey will steal the rum if a player attempts to take the Shilo Village cart system from Brimhaven to Shilo Village, and if a player tries to climb over the broken cart outside the village, they will drop the rum. The high temperatures in the volcano around Tzhaar will make the bottles explode and the player will lose the item" scooties 23:52, January 4, 2010 (UTC)
Split 3 ways[edit source]
Karamjan Rum, Sliced Banana rum and banana shoved in bottleneck rum (not the real names) need to be split into their own pages since they are different items. Nearly all the info can just be poached off this page. Evil Yanks talk 02:33, January 22, 2010 (UTC)
Comment - Three pages would be ok, but 7? That's too much IMO. Actually, I think this could be just 2 pages: plain rum, and rum with various bananas. Because the banana rum is only used for a quest and it shows readily that you can make various mistakes.21:43, February 18, 2010 (UTC)
- I may be incorrect but I thought he was joking at "7 pages". I could see this going a couple of ways... You could split into 3 articles since there are 3 physical items, or split into 2 since the two banana-rum articles might be fairly useless alone... Perhaps Karamjan rum and Karamjan rum (bananas)... Regardless of how you do it, I still think the combinations should be listed somewhere. (maybe a table with comments) Crash Daemonicus 20:42, February 19, 2010 (UTC)
Support splitting - Per all. --Coolnesse 15:24, February 26, 2010 (UTC)
Support splitting - Per Tollerach. -Real Not Pure
Adding Bananas repeatable[edit source]
It might be noted (uselessly) that even after bananas are added to the rum that you can still add bananas for the same/different results or messages.
- Listed combinations:
1. Banana + Karamjan Rum = "Plugged" Karamjan Rum Message: You stuff the banana into the neck of the bottle. You begin to wonder why. 2. Sliced Banana + Karamjan Rum = "Banana" Karamjan Rum Message: You add the banana slices to the Karamjan rum.
- Unlisted combinations:
3. "Banana" Karamjan Rum + Banana = "Plugged" Karamjan Rum Message: You stuff the banana into the neck of the bottle. You begin to wonder why. 4. "Banana" Karamjan Rum + Sliced Banana = "Banana" Karamjan Rum Message: You add the banana slices to the Karamjan rum. 5. "Plugged" Karamjan Rum + Banana Message: You can't. A banana has already been stuffed into the bottle. 6. "Plugged" Karamjan Rum + Sliced Banana Message: You can't. A banana is blocking the neck of the bottle.
Combination 4 is essentially a quick way of destroying any Sliced bananas without dropping them.
Not particularly useful, but I'm just documenting that there are different output for different input. Crash Daemonicus 06:23, February 9, 2010 (UTC)
Fixed the list Crash Daemonicus 06:45, February 9, 2010 (UTC)
Here's an alternative table that is easier to read than the above information. It could be reused/modified for the article if it is wanted.
|Sliced Banana and Karamjan rum or Karamjan rum (banana)||Karamjan rum (banana)||You add the banana slices to the Karamjan rum.||Used in the Tai Bwo Wannai Trio quest.|
Offers a quick way of destroying a Sliced Banana.
|Banana and Karamjan rum or Karamjan rum (banana)||Karamjan rum (plugged)||You stuff the banana into the neck of the bottle. You begin to wonder why.|
|Sliced Banana and Karamjan rum (plugged)||None||You can't. A banana is blocking the neck of the bottle.|
|Banana and Karamjan rum (plugged)||None||You can't. A banana has already been stuffed into the bottle.|
Crash Daemonicus 21:38, February 19, 2010 (UTC)