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Untitled[edit source]

I suggest uploading the full-size image and linking to it like this: [[File:Morytania.PNG|610px]]. That will also make it look better, since it will get downsampled smoothly.

Will do. I'll also work on the cities in Morytania, such as Canifis and Port Phasmatys. Oddlyoko 00:07, 10 Nov 2005 (UTC)

Isn't it just two ecto-tokens to get in?--Atlantima 18:31, 30 March 2007 (UTC)

Factual correction[edit source]

"After the fall of Meiyerditch. Drakan put his eyes upon the rest of the kingdom. It is presumed that one of his henchmen was the one who killed the Barrows brothers."

From the recently released "The Fall of the Six":

Now, at the heart of this accursed land, as the sun fell low in the sky, the stranger watched again as they pitched their final camp, watched as they rested...and watched as the marshalled forces of their enemy crashed upon the camp – demons, wolves and hounds, undead creatures and other such horrors... The stranger took no joy from this – he had no love for either side – his involvement complete.

So, set against the forces of Saradomin, the humans, were the well-recognized minions of Zamorak: demons, wolves and hounds, undead creatures and other such horrors.

Yet, the one who corrupted the six didn't care about the Zamorakians. As such, it seems highly unlikely that it was an agent of Lord Drakan, who is loyal to Zamorak. For Lord Drakan's "henchmen" wouldn't be so indifferent towards his allies.

It is much more likely that this deceptive actor is 'Sliske the serpent-tongued, who delves the shadows'. For Zaros' minions would care for neither Zamorak nor Saradomin.

--Phelimreagh 18:05, 14 February 2008 (UTC)

number of altars[edit source]

Isn't paterdomus a part of Morytania?

  • If yes, that means there are 2 altars
  • If no, that means there is 1 altar like now
Paterdomus is part of Misthalin --Flajuram 16:25, 30 May 2008 (UTC).

Mort'ton[edit source]

During In Aid of Myreque quest, you'll discover that the haze which affected Mort'ton, was unintentional since it turned the blood of inhabitants poisonous to Vampyres. When you walk on the western wall of Castle Drakan, you'll notice pipes where poisonous substance is flowing out right into the swamp. Wonder if the curse of Mort'ton originated from there? -- 11:10, 2 May 2008 (UTC)

Buzz (Talk#P ) 08:14, 28 April 2008 (UTC)

History of Morytania[edit source]

One thing im not sure about in the history section is, if in the Second Age, Draken was given the Lands by Zamorack for helping with Zaros, why in the Third Age would he conquer it again for Zamorock and how?

Quest point hood.png Mr Woof Quest point cape.png 15:30, 11 May 2008 (UTC)

Query[edit source]

Where in Morytania's history do the events described in this letter fit in? Would these 'Lords of the North Coast' be ruling for Zaros, and were then subjugated after Drakan's conquest of Hallowland in the Third Age? Or could they have been the Misthalinian settlers in the late Fourth Age, since it is doubtfull a brain sold to Canifis would survive for three ages and Zaros is not mentioned in the letter--but if so, how could the settlers have survived long enough to have an ancient ancestry of fifteen Lords before being conquered by Drakan?

Any input is welcome.--Pig HouseInane Ramblings 19:47, 6 August 2009 (UTC)

  • I believe that the Lords of the North Coast were there long after Zaros' fall, which was in the Second Age. I assume that the four Lords of the North coast that are known (Lord Rologray, Lord Rolovanne, Lord Rolomere and Lord Rologarth), reigned from the Late Fourth Age to round about the year 159 of the Fifth Age, or whenever Fenkenstrain took over the Castle. Asparagoose 20:09, 6 August 2009 (UTC)
Interesting idea. Zaros' fall wasn't untill the Third Age—it was his betrayal by Zamorak that started the God Wars in the first place—but I think that makes sense, even though it seems unlikely Drakan would have allowed humans to live freely in his realm for so long. Thanks for your help.--Pig HouseInane Ramblings 09:31, 7 August 2009 (UTC)
Was it? See, I thought that Zamorak's betrayal happened late Second Age, and then when he returned as a god it sparked the God Wars. Ah well, whatever. You're welcome, anyway. Asparagoose 12:17, 7 August 2009 (UTC)

Agility[edit source]

Hi, does anyone know if it's possible to get into Morytania solely via agility without saving Drezel? I ought to have spaded this, but I finised several Morytania-related quests to get experience. - VelvetClaw 02:40, June 9, 2010 (UTC)

updating[edit source]

sure someones does, some day

Isnt Meiyerditch the capital?[edit source]

It says so in the books... --dDbvitC.pngScuzzy Betahib8CAd.png 10:36, September 9, 2014 (UTC)