The Death of Chivalry

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The Death of Chivalry (#12)
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Also calledTDoC
Release date13 August 2013 (Update)
Voice OverFull
Official seriesSliske's Game #2
AgeSixth Age
TimelineWorld Guardian
Start areaIce Mountain
CombatNPC combat level scaled
Entity iconThe Death of Chivalry entity icon.png
Advanced data
Quest ID363
Quest create ID159
Official difficultyNovice

The Death of Chivalry is a quest that replaced Black Knights' Fortress. It features Sir Owen and Saradomin and is the second quest to take place in the Sixth Age.

This quest has references to the former Black Knights' Fortress quest and the RuneScape novels, in particular Betrayal at Falador.

Official description[edit | edit source]

Sent to Edgeville by Sir Amik Varze, Sir Owen is preparing for a mission with another Temple Knight. Little does he know that his mission is from Saradomin himself. The Kinshra have gotten[sic] hold of a weapon of great power and Saradomin needs both you and Sir Owen to stop them.

Overview[edit | edit source]

Meeting Saradomin[edit | edit source]

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Saradomin informs you of your mission.

Speak to Sir Owen in the garden north of the Edgeville Monastery. He will tell you "the owl hoots at midnight". Respond with any of the available options. Sir Owen will explain that Sir Amik Varze sent him to the area for a mission, but that his contact hasn't arrived yet. Soon you are interrupted by a cutscene of Saradomin arriving to the area. After choosing an option (either kneeling to, standing before, speaking to or calling Saradomin a snow imp), progress through the conversation. If you have openly declared allegiance to a god through a God Emissary, you can bow before him if he is your chosen god, or if you have sided with any other emissary, initially defy his request and declare your loyalties to another god. Saradomin will tell you that his enemies, the Kinshra, have discovered a powerful weapon last used during the Third Age. He needs you to prevent them from using it.

Accept the quest. Since you will need a disguise to enter the fortress, take the armour just south-west of you, made up of the Black Knight captain's helm, cuirass, gown, gauntlets and boots. Equip the armour and return to Saradomin. Make sure not to have overrides active as it will prevent you from progressing in the quest. Saradomin will tell you that you'll be impersonating Captain Dulcin, the overseer of the Black Knights. Sir Owen will accompany you as your prisoner. With your permission, Saradomin will teleport you to the entrance of the Black Knights' Fortress. If you have a pet or familiar out, dismiss it before Saradomin teleports you, or you will not be able to go through the portcullis in the next part of the quest, this will save you from the possibility of not being able to dismiss the pet or familiar after being teleported.

Infiltrating the fortress[edit | edit source]

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Preparing to perform a stealth operation on the black knights' fortress.

During this section, you need to speak to the various characters in the fortress, convincing them that you are Captain Dulcin. Wrong answers will increase your suspicion bar, which must stay below 100, or you'll be kicked out and have to start over again. Attempt to open the portcullis and talk to the Fortress guard. Regardless of your answer to his first question, your suspicion bar will be raised to 25.

The guard will ask you what you're doing with a knight of Saradomin.

Fortress guard
Answer Suspicion
He is my prisoner. 0
No, I have something...special planned for him. -5
Torture, you mean - you monster! 30
I am taking my captive to the tallest tower of the fortress. 0
My reasons are none of your concern. 0
I thought I'd give him the tour... 30

Before continuing, you may inspect the tapestries to learn about the lore of the quest, including the Siege of Falador, the Kinshra, and the War of 164. Speak to Lieutenant York in the middle of the floor. He will ask you why the prisoner is not under guard.

Lieutenant York
Answer Suspicion
I have pacified him with magic. 30
Are you suggesting I cannot handle a mere knight of Saradomin? -5
Saradomin sent just the two of us. 30
(Ignore him) 10

Head north-west and speak to the fortress guard next to the staircase. He'll ask what you're doing and tell you prisoners aren't allowed on the upper levels.

Fortress guard
Answer Suspicion
What do you want, maggot? -5
Er, yes? 25
What is it? 0
By whose orders? 0
This prisoner is to be sacrificed. -5
Stand aside, or you will regret it. 0

Now on the 1st floor[UK]2nd floor[US], head to the southern part of the building. Speak to Hierophant Marius, who will try to give you the mark of Zamorak.

Hierophant Marius
Answer Suspicion
What is the mark of Zamorak? 25
Yes. 0
No. 25
(Remove your helmet.) 100
You have no authority over me, priest. 20
I shall return after I deal with this Temple Knight. -5

You may pray at the Zamorak Altar to the south, restoring your prayer points and reducing your suspicion bar by 5.

Speak to another Fortress guard at the south-east staircase, who again will tell you not to bring a prisoner up to the higher levels.

Fortress guard
Answer Suspicion
Fool. He is to be sacrificed. 10
I am bringing him to the tallest tower. 0
We need him to recover the weapon of power, as you know. -5
This one's stubborn. He needs some extra encouragement. -5
Why, what's on the upper levels? 30

Next, speak to Lieutenant Graves in the hallway, who will inform you that the witch has escaped and the operation has been sabotaged.

Lieutenant Graves
Answer Suspicion
Report, soldier. 0
Tell me of the witch. 0
Tell me about this magic circle. 0
What of this artefact? 0
Why are you dressed differently from the Black Knights downstairs? 20
Stand aside. I will handle this. 0
Owen knocks Graves out.

Lieutenant Graves will ask to guard Sir Owen, but before he can do anything, Owen will incapacitate him. Search the body for 250 coins. You're given a choice whether to kill Graves or tie him up. Pick either option and head to Captain Dulcin's quarters.

The Ritual[edit | edit source]

The Marker[edit | edit source]

Search Dulcin's desk in the north-eastern area to find Captain Dulcin's journal, which you're unable to unlock. Head up the stairs to the ritual chamber. Search the wardrobe for a Letter from Lord Daquarius, search the box of candles for three red candles, search the shelf for chalk, and then take the Grimoire. Now read the Grimoire to learn the ritual and gain 250 Magic experience.

To prepare for the ritual, repair the symbol on the floor and replace each of the three candles.

The Candles[edit | edit source]

Light the candles by using them on the candlesticks positioned around the ritual circle, they are not specific to any particular stick so you may use them in any order. Once you have the candles lit, talk to Sir Owen. He will tell you to chant over the north-west candle. When you start chanting, you can check the Grimoire to find the right words for the candle, which varies for each player: #1 on the Grimoire on the north-west candle, #2 on the north-east and #3 on the south-east. It must be in order. Sir Owen will confirm which candle needs to be chanted next.

The correct order is:

Arom Nahrea Imperium

Feritas Silenti Sepulchrum

Igasac Perdimit Ebulam

After chanting at the last candle, a portal will open up to an unknown realm. Prepare for battle by using the convenient bank chest, and enter the portal, which contains enemies with stats scaled to your own levels.

After the following point, if you need to bank for more supplies, you will need to teleport out. If you then talk to Saradomin he will offer you a teleport back to the ritual chamber.

The Saradominist Crypt[edit | edit source]

The Black Knights torturing a damsel.
Fighting the Black Knights with Sir Owen.

The portal leads to a Saradominist crypt, with three Black Knights torturing a Damsel. After a quick cutscene, dispatch the three Black Knights, which may require some food. Search their bodies to find some coins and a cage door key, which you can use to unlock the Damsel's cage. She explains that she is Dawn, a sister of the Abbey of St. Elspeth Citharede.

Dawn will tell you that the Black Knights have found a weapon sealed behind a holy barrier, and they're trying to sacrifice her to breach the barrier. You're given a choice of what to do with her, but she'll stay in the main area regardless of your decision.

Search the supply crate for 100 fire runes and 200 water runes, and take the handwritten message from the crate in the south-east. Enter the doorway to the east, to a crypt filled with the bodies of Saradominist warriors from the Third Age. Inspect the coffins or the heaps of bones for more information on the history of the area.

Fern[edit | edit source]

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Fern using her special attack.

Open the portcullis to the south, gaining 125 Strength experience. Head to the centre of the new room, looting the Black Knights' bodies for some coins, and speak to Fern, the ghost of a fallen centaur. Her duty is to protect Elora's wand, a powerful wand of her sister, Elora the Lifegiver. Fern's duty is to judge the virtue of those who attempt to wield the wand. You'll have to defeat her in battle to take the wand from her.

The fight against Fern is fairly easy, however some food is recommended. She attacks with ranged and is weak to crushing attacks. Like the previous fight, her stats are scaled to your own levels, and Sir Owen will provide a token amount of support.

Occasionally, she will use a special attack, where she charges at you with a powerful spell of energy. When she does this, flee until she stops, and then resume attacking her.

The Wand of Resurrection[edit | edit source]

The solution to the puzzle

Once Fern is killed, the first barrier to the wand in the south will be lowered. You'll have to solve a matching puzzle to lower the second barrier and access the wand. There are 16 total tiles surrounding the wand, which means eight pairs. Click one tile and then another, and Owen will tell you what they represent and if they match. You are allowed eight incorrect guesses. After eight incorrect guesses the puzzle will reset and you have to try again.

Breaching the ward with your blood.

The final barrier requires you or Sir Owen to sacrifice their virtuous blood. After a conversation with Owen about whose blood to sacrifice, a cutscene will play. The final barrier will fall, and Dawn will teleport in and steal the wand!

Fighting for the wand[edit | edit source]

Sir Owen and Black Knight Zombies[edit | edit source]

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The Black Knights and Sir Owen come back as Zombies!

Head back to the main room and talk to Dawn. After explaining her foul intentions, she will kill Sir Owen, and raise both him and the black knights from the dead before teleporting away. The zombified Owen and knights will then attack you.

As with the previous fights, their life points are scaled, although they are fairly easy. You can defeat them in any order you desire. One tactic is to stand on the stairs and use magic or ranged weapons as the zombies are unable to climb stairs.

Once they are defeated, search Sir Owen's body. You may compose a eulogy, say a prayer to the god of your choosing, and take his shield. Go north and open the portcullis, gaining 125 Strength experience, and enter the main tomb area.

The Prisoner is a Lie[edit | edit source]

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Talk to Dawn and attack her. She will have life points scaled to your combat level (up to 49500), and this is the hardest fight of the quest.

Dawn attacks using standard Fire Strike spells. She also has a special attack that creates a pulsating purple cloud that covers a 3x3 area and deals 10% of your maximum life points in damage every few ticks. When she's about to release the purple cloud, there will be a set of white pulsating circles where you're standing, and 2.5 seconds later, the purple cloud will appear. Their duration depends on how far you've progressed in the battle. This can be avoided by running away from where you're standing. Initially she will create one purple cloud, and during the duration of the purple cloud(s) will attack you with non-deflectable magic attacks. After you complete each skeleton wave, she will create an additional purple cloud in succession to the previous one (2 clouds after wave 1, 3 clouds after wave 2, and 4 purple clouds at once after wave 3).

Dawn has no weaknesses, but since she attacks with magic, ranged armour and weapons are beneficial. If you stand upon the platform while all possible purple clouds are not in effect, she will push you off the platform, then start summoning a purple cloud, but if all purple clouds are currently in effect, she will not push you off. Thus, melee is only usable after baiting out all of her purple clouds.

When the fight starts, hide behind a coffin and get ready to use Combust or Fragmentation Shot. Leave your cover, use your ability, and quickly hide behind cover again. She is not able to attack you or summon a purple cloud if you are behind cover. A player should only have to worry about skeletons when using this method, but it will take significantly longer than the normal method. If you run to the stairs, she will not be able to hit you and you may stay there long enough to recover your health if you have enough patience. You can also simply hit her normally, run behind the coffin, come out on the other side of the coffin and hit her again. Repeat this until she dies. In addition, there is an altar on the east side of the room which provides unlimited prayer restores, allowing a player to turn on powerful prayers permanently, such as Soul Split and Torment/Anguish.

Every time she loses 25% of her total life points, she will shroud herself in a barrier which blocks all attacks against her. She will then summon skeleton warriors, skeleton archers, and skeleton mages to attack you. While they are alive, you cannot harm Dawn. She will summon four skeletons when she is at 75% health, five when she is at half health, and finally six at 25% health. As her health decreases, so does the spawning health of the skeletons. Skeleton archers spawn with the warriors in the second set and mages spawn in the third set with the archers and warriors. The most efficient strategy is to take cover behind a coffin so Dawn cannot attack you, allowing you to focus all your attacks onto the skeletons only. Players who are low on health or wish to save food during the fight can hide behind a coffin and rest until their life points have regenerated. Although this can take a few minutes, it is a viable option for players struggling to defeat Dawn and her summoned skeletons.

If you die, you will respawn in Captain Dulcin's office, and when using the portal, you will be immediately teleported back to the fight. If you teleport out of the fight to avoid death or for some other reason, you can either re-equip Captain Dulcin's armour to regain access to the fortress and proceed to the ritual chamber or speak to Saradomin in the monastery to be teleported directly to the ritual chamber. When you leave, Dawns' health will return and you'll have to fight through all the skeleton waves again. Remember to use the bank chest near the ritual chamber to prepare for combat with Dawn. Using the portal transports you to a location near Dawn where the fight can be renewed.

Saradomin and the wand[edit | edit source]

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Saradomin with the wand of resurrection.

When you defeat Dawn, search her body to find the Wand of Resurrection, Dawn's key, and the Skull of Remembrance. Unlock the journal using the key and read it. It contains Dulcin's diary entries, most notably on how he first entered the Tomb of the Fallen, lost many men to Fern and failed to breach the final ward protecting the wand. The next entries are written in red by Lensig, the witch to whom the letter you found earlier was addressed, and it is revealed she had been assigned to murder Dulcin by Lord Daquarius before disguising herself as the captain. After looting her corpse, Saradomin will call you back to the southern room. With these items, go back, and a short dialogue appears where Saradomin demands you to give the wand to him. If you don't choose to give him the wand, he will grab it from you by force. If you attempt to use the wand on Sir Owen at this point before continuing the conversation, it will start an animation but fail and Saradomin will explain why it didn't work, and furthermore that only a god can revive him a second time. The wand deems him unworthy when he attempts to resurrect Sir Owen, and thus brings the knight back, but it corrupts his arm at the same time.

He explains that he wants to restore the centaur race using the wand, but that expedition must wait. Although Saradomin always uses the wand to attempt to resurrect Sir Owen, regardless of the player's decision, if the player initially trusts Saradomin with the wand when he asks for it, and makes other certain dialogue choices, Saradomin will entrust the wand to Sir Owen before the end of the quest, stating "do not make me regret this".

The dialogue choices required for Saradomin to entrust Sir Owen with the wand include very loyal Saradominist statements. One example is when the player can choose to say "I am still loyal to you, Saradomin." to which he replies his thanks, and mentions that the player's loyalty is appreciated in these "Dark Times", alternatively after completion of the quest The World Wakes, using the fourth option will lead to Saradomin entrusting the wand to Sir Owen as well.

Most conversational routes will, however, result in Saradomin keeping the wand for himself, saying he wishes to wait and see how Sir Owen's corruption progresses before entrusting the wand to him, or speaks of how he may allow the player to use it in future.

Saradomin will teleport you back to the Edgeville Monastery with your permission, or you can stay and explore the area further. You will complete the quest either way.

Rewards[edit | edit source]

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Congratulations, quest complete!

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Additional rewards/activities

Unlocking and claiming all these additional rewards is a requirement for the master quest cape.



Members can find these rewards in the coffins in the Tomb of the Fallen, which can be returned to via the portal in the Black Knights' Fortress or by selecting teleport as an option on the Skull of Remembrance which is given to you in the quest.

  • 3,500 Combat experience ancient lamp (useable on one of: Attack, Strength, Defence, Constitution, Magic, Ranged, Prayer or Summoning). (requires 40 Strength and 40 in the chosen combat skill, including prayer.)
  • 60,000 Prayer experience ancient lamp (requires 80 Strength and 65 Prayer (cannot be boosted))
  • Gilded cabbage which summons Brassica Prime, who awards 10,000 Prayer bonus experience after being kicked 30 times. (requires 60 Strength). This bonus Prayer experience is awarded in the form of double experience while you train in the skill, not instantaneously as given by XP lamps.
  • Templar outfit - a cosmetic override.
Music unlocked

Achievements[edit | edit source]

Required for completing[edit | edit source]

The Death of Chivalry is directly required for the following quests/miniquests:

Post-quest FAQ[edit | edit source]

Transcript[edit | edit source]

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Credits[edit | edit source]

The Death of Chivalry
DeveloperMod Stu

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 24 February 2020 (Update):
    • The 'Death of Chivalry' quest now correctly accounts for players who have chosen V as their God.
  • patch 9 September 2019 (Update):
    • The Death of Chivalry boss is now immune to poison (both in the quest and Dominion Tower) to prevent poison being used to kill her while shielded.
    • Boss fight skeleton minions in the Death of Chivalry quest now scale to half their previous level, to make them easier to defeat by high-levelled players with inferior equipment.
  • patch 13 February 2017 (Update):
    • Saradomin's appearance in The Death of Chivalry has been graphically updated to match his Sixth Age appearance in Sliske's Endgame.
    • Combat scaling in The Death of Chivalry quest has been tweaked to be fairer to high-level non-members, since they have restricted access to high-level gear. Dying in each of the tomb's combat encounters will also gradually reduce the difficulty.
  • patch 18 April 2016 (Update):
    • Updated the title and cosmetic override unlock messages in The Death of Chivalry to refer to the Customisations interface.
  • patch 13 November 2013 (Update):
    • Saradomin's dialogue at the start of The Death of Chivalry has been revised to incorporate God Emissary allegiance in addition to Battle of Lumbridge allegiance.
    • The Death of Chivalry suspicion bar and boss fight overlays now have a smaller click area, and are assigned to the minigame HUD.
  • patch 10 September 2013 (Update):
    • It is now possible to unlock a cosmetic override outfit version of Captain Dulcin's armour by replaying the boss fight with the witch after completing The Death of Chivalry.
    • An additional possible response has been added when talking to the witch in The Death of Chivalry.
    • Reward coffins in the Death of Chivalry crypt should now stay open after the contents have been looted.
    • Sir Owen should now get into a better position when knocking out Lieutenant Graves during The Death of Chivalry.
    • Interior doors in the Black Knights' Fortress can no longer be opened and closed.
    • A pair of elite knights in the Black Knights' Fortress no longer have line of sight to Lieutenant Graves.
  • patch 29 August 2013 (Update):
    • The brightness in OpenGL has been toned down slightly for one of the cutscenes in The Death of Chivalry.
    • In The Death of Chivalry, the 'Black Knight Suspicion Level' bar and the overlay for the final boss fight can now be moved around in edit mode as part of the minigame HUD.
    • The lifepoints of the skeleton warriors in The Death of Chivalry now scale with the player's level.
    • In The Death of Chivalry, players will no longer get the option to ask Fern "Why don't I need an amulet of ghostspeak to understand you?" if they have completed the hard Morytania achievement diary.
    • The sound effect for running out of prayer points no longer plays at the beginning of the Death of Chivalry cutscenes.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

The banner promoting the quest.
  • This quest is the first to use level scaling, which was first introduced in Dungeoneering and then reused in the Battle of Lumbridge event.
  • This is the first free-to-play quest which features a repeatable boss.
  • In the initial conversation with Saradomin, when he asks the player what they think of his new look, there is an option that reads "Worst update ever". This is a reference to the similar statement made by RuneScape players when Jagex launches an update they are not happy with.
    • The statement may be a reference to Comic Book Guy from The Simpsons.
  • One of the original titles for the quest was "The Crisis of Faith".[2]
  • The gilded cabbage is a reference to the old Black Knights' Fortress quest, where a cabbage was used to foil the plans of the Black Knight captain and the witch.
  • During the end of the quest, you can attempt to use the Wand of Resurrection on Sir Owen; however, it does not work and Saradomin informs you that only the power of a god will be able to resurrect Owen because he has already been resurrected and killed again.
  • While Ozan's and Ariane's quests that replaced Prince Ali Rescue and Rune Mysteries are still required for the further quests that required the original ones, The Death of Chivalry is set in the Sixth Age, unlike Black Knights' Fortress. The requirement has been removed from quests such as Recruitment Drive and Mod Stu has adjusted the quests where necessary.[3]
  • This quest was the first to be released in RuneScape 3.
  • Originally, the skeletons Dawn summons did not scale with your combat level. This was changed in the 29 August 2013 update.
  • The summary for the quest in the Adventurer's Log reads: I managed to infiltrate the Black Knights and defeat a witch, foiling their evil plans.

Cultural references[edit | edit source]

  • Dawn's examine during the fight, "Living dead girl." is a reference to a Rob Zombie song of the same name.
  • When speaking to Sir Owen at the start of the quest, one of the options you can choose as a reply to 'The owl hoots at midnight.' is 'The owls are not what they seem.'. This is a reference to the 1990 television show Mod Stu loves, Twin Peaks, in which the phrase is one of the clues given to the protagonist by a character known as "The Giant".
  • You are able to tell Owen his mission is to seek the Holy Gruel, a pun on the Holy Grail - an item which King Arthur, an enemy of the Kinshra, sought to obtain.
  • You can tell Owen his assignment is "to be a hero", which is a reference to one of Mod Stu's favourite childhood games, Quest for Glory, wherein one of the possible replies to the question what your quest is, asked by a guardian of the Wizards' Tower, is "to be a hero".
  • The assignment "to get two hundred unicorn horns" is a poke at various RPG games where quests consist of retrieving a certain amount of items, while also referencing an equine creature as a prelude to the centaur involvement in the quest.
  • When Sir Owen kneels before Saradomin and praises him, the god responds by saying "If there's one thing I cannot stand, it is people grovelling," a reference to Monty Python and the Holy Grail when God says the same thing to King Arthur.
  • When speaking with Hierophant Marius, you can hear the nearby Zamorak worshipers occasionally recite the same lines as the monks in Monty Python and the Holy Grail.
  • When asked about the ritual circle, Owen states that, "There are things that dwell in dark places which are best left undisturbed." This is a reference to The Lord of the Rings, when Gandalf references the Balrog upon first entering Moria.
  • The chapter "Dawn of the Dead" in Captain Dulcin's journal is a reference to the movie Dawn of the Dead, where the protagonists fight for survival against zombies.
  • When examining the coffins stacked on the walls in the main tomb area, the text states "I see vertically stacked dead people." This is a reference to The Sixth Sense where Cole says "I see dead people."
  • When talking to Fern, there is an option to say "We're on a mission from a god." This is a reference to a famous line in the 1980 American film, The Blues Brothers.
  • When fighting Fern with sound on, as she is about to die, Sir Owen can be heard saying "Finish her!" This is a reference to the fighting game franchise Mortal Kombat.
  • When deciding what to do with Elora's wand, one of the options is "That wand belongs in a museum!", a reference to the Indiana Jones catchphrase.
  • Examining Sir Owen when he's a zombie yields the text "High-Octane Knightmare Fuel", which references the TV Tropes page High Octane Nightmare Fuel.
  • If you examine Sir Owen's dead body after defeating him the examine will read "Silent Knight.". This may be a reference to the 1984 horror movie Silent Night.
  • The name of the cutscene where Dawn is first encountered, Deliberately Distressed Damsel, is a reference to the TV Tropes page.
  • The skull of remembrance lists the cutscene where Owen is resurrected as "Knight of the Living Dead", a reference to the film Night of the Living Dead.
  • Many items that are dead or destroyed will have an "Ex-" prefixed examine text; a burned cabbage, when Saradomin appears at the Monastery, will have the examine description of "Ex-cabbage"; the mounted dragon heads in Dulcin's office "Ex-dragon". This is from the Monty Python Dead Parrot sketch.
  • The examine text of the wardrobe in the ritual chamber ("I hope there isn't a witch inside...or a lion.") is a reference to The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.
  • The rewards titles are a reference to Peter the Magnificent, Susan the Gentle, Edmund the Just, and Lucy the Valiant from The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe,
  • When you read the Grimoire its title is "Book of Shadows". This is a reference to witches, Wiccans & many other practitioners of magick, who usually keep their spells and rituals written down in a Grimoire or Book of Shadows.
  • When you talk to Brother Althric after the quest (or when you re-plant the cabbages) he will say "My beautiful cabbages..." This is a reference to the Cabbage merchant from Avatar: The Last Airbender.
  • If you choose the option to stand by Saradomin after Sir Owen is resurrected, one of his replies is "I've done ... questionable things." This quote is taken from Ridley Scott's 1982 film Bladerunner. The Nexus 6 Roy Batty (Rutger Hauer) utters these words to his creator Dr. Eldon Tyrell (Joe Turkel) just before he murders him.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. ^ a b c These rewards may be found during the quest.
  2. ^ Mod Stu. The Death of Chivalry playthrough with director's commentary. (26:22)Lost reference*
  3. ^ Mod Stu. "The Death of Chivalry." 8 August 2013. (Archived from the original on 9 August 2013.) Future Game Updates Forums.