|Release date||12 April 2010 (Update)|
|Also called||Thok the Amazingness, Thok Bloodrager|
|Shop||Dungeoneering cape; |
Dungeoneering master cape
|Actions||Talk-to, Check Hard Mode Floors, Examine|
|Examine||The self-proclaimed master of Dungeoneering.|
|NPC ID||4897, 9713, 15549, 15650, 17049, 18871, 22020, 22817|
|Infobox • Talk page|
Thok Thokson of Daemonheim is a mighty Fremennik champion located at Daemonheim. He can be found in the Fremennik castle, just south of the castle. He is the master of Dungeoneering. He is one of the few Fremennik that free players can encounter.
When asked about the cape on the stand behind him, he tells the player that no one believes that he has mastered Dungeoneering, and is one of only three "masters" of a skill to not have completely earned his title (the others being Orla Fairweather of Divination and Doc of Invention). Thok is currently shown not wearing the cape of Dungeoneering, but the cape is shown next to him on a stand.
Players can check their hard mode progress with Thok via a right-click option.
Thok has a younger brother named Marmaros who writes heavily about their adventures together in Daemonheim in his letters. In Postbag from the Hedge 44, it was confirmed that Marmaros was the Rewards Trader. Thok and Marmaros have a younger sister by the name of Bryll, who can be found in Burthorpe or next to him Daemonheim. According to the Dungeoneering journals, he is a follower of Guthix.
Thok suffers from furophobia, an irrational fear of ferrets.
When Daemonheim emerged, Thok went there for fame and glory. He was accompanied by his younger brother Marmaros. When they arrived, the seers put a barrier to prevent outside items from being brought in, and inside items from being brought out. Thok attempted to bring his trusty battleaxe with him, but the barrier prevented him from doing so, and he eventually relented.
The pair slowly built up their equipment, clearing floor after floor of monsters. Thok quickly battered every enemy in his path, only stopping when faced with puzzles that he could not solve, having to rely on Marmaros to do so for him. It was during this time he encountered his first love, Pretty Lass. By this time, they were using primal weapons, allowing them to clear floors even faster.
In one floor, the pair killed Stomp, but it severely wounded Marmaros before dying. Thok traveled to the next floor, killing everything in his path including numerous boss monsters before encountering Pretty Lass once more. Pretty Lass told him to find "something cold". In Thok's case, he left behind a path of destruction as he returned to the frozen floors, killed a luminescent icefiend and used its remains to heal Marmaros. Thok sustained several injuries doing so.
While clearing another floor, Thok proposed a contest to see who could kill the most monsters on the next floor. Before they could kill the boss monster, an unholy cursebearer, it somehow survived its skull getting impaled by Thok's primal two-handed sword and fled to the next floor. Thok was left without weapons, but made up for this by using his fists, killing more than his brother. He also reclaimed his sword from the unholy cursebearer, initially sparing it as long as he did not see it again. Thok proceeded into a dead-end and returned to the same room, where the cursebearer was celebrating its survival. Thok, seeing the cursebearer again, instantly killed the cursebearer with a single punch.
Marmaros neglected to treat Thok's wounds, causing their trek through the occult floors to be extremely miserable, as it attracted swarms of undead to their position. They were eventually able to reach the warped floors, eventually reaching floor 59, where they found and defeated a hope devourer. Thok was unaffected by the hope devourer's passive drain, most likely as a result of his lack of intelligence. At the final floor, Thok was disappointed to see a dead man crawling with maggots instead of the fame and glory he expected just as malicious voices filled their heads. Marmaros was not so lucky; having lost all hope from his encounter with the hope devourer, the voices pushed him over the edge and he attempted to kill himself, prompting Thok to break both of arms to protect him.
A strange man soon appeared before the two. Thok found him to be unusually clean for a Fremennik but also sensed him to be extremely powerful. The man claimed that they were not chosen to see what was at the bottom and healed both of them. He then ordered the two to leave; as he would not take no as an answer, and that the man could easily kill both of them, Thok reluctantly complied, and both his and Marmaros' memories of the incident were erased. Thok knew that he had reached the bottom, but the lack of memory caused everyone to doubt his claims. Eventually, an adventurer discovered all of their letters, proof that the pair had reached the bottom of Daemonheim.
Thok had only written two letters, only doing so whenever his younger brother was incapacitated.
Thok is one the characters that manifests from a book belonging to Primrose that were enchanted by her father, Joss.
Thok came to Seren's council, inviting himself in the process even though Brundt had arrived as a Fremennik representative. He brute forced his way into Kerapac's team; the Dragonkin reluctantly allowed him in. After Kerapac backstabbed the group, Thok resolved to find and beat up Kerapac for his deception.
A year after Kerapac's betrayal, Thok accompanied Charos to Anchronia, where they made their way to the base camp; Thok slaughtered many dinosaurs in the process. His lack of intelligence greatly irritated Charos. He also fell in love with Laniakea, apparently moving on from Pretty Lass due to being from different worlds. After his second run-in with Kerapac, Thok proceeded to beat up some dinosaurs for information before returning to the base camp. He helped defend the base camp from rampaging dinosaurs alongside Charos, Laniakea, Hannibus, giving the World Guardian an unusually powerful stick as their weapon. Thok remained outside Kerapac's hidden laboratory until the black stone dragon inside was killed, upon which he helped them escape from the collapsing laboratory.
After Kerapac was defeated, Thok tried to get Laniakea's attention, but was unsure of how to. He initially decided to bring her some liverworts as something for her to kill, but Charos immediately shut that idea down because they were dangerous, even though he understood his intentions. Thok then decided to bring her the fang of a giant dinosaur, but Charos shot that idea down too. Charos suggested that he wait as it was unlikely anyone else would try to go for her, and that he should ask her what he wanted. Thok immediately thought to bring her a bunny, much to Charos' disappointment.
Thok of Daemonheim may occasionally appear at the Anachronia Dinosaur Farm on Anachronia. He may be sold corbicula dinosaurs in exchange for beans. As a large-sized animal buyer, he will appear or renew his order for corbicula dinosaurs every three days and purchase up to 6 animals before leaving, unless the player is at least 'Senior Master Farmer' rank in the farming reputation system; then he will buy up to 12.
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|Dungeoneering cape||∞||99,000||Not bought||59,400||∞ (−39,600)|
|Dungeoneering hood||∞||99,000||Not bought||3,000||∞ (−96,000)|
|Dungeoneering cape (t)||∞||99,000||Not bought||59,400||∞ (−39,600)|
|Dungeoneering master cape||∞||120,000||Not bought||72,000||∞ (−48,000)|
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- patch 5 May 2015 (Update):
- Thok will now show the correct lifepoints during Fremennik Sagas.
- patch 4 February 2014 (Update):
- A right-click option has been added to Thok, to show the completion state of the various Dungeoneering hard mode floors.
- patch 11 December 2013 (Update):
- An issue with missing apostrophes in the dialogue with Thok and Marmaros has been fixed.
- patch 25 September 2013 (Update):
- Thok's Dungeoneering cape no longer clips with the cape stand.
- patch 29 August 2013 (Update):
- The skill cape hanging up next to Thok has been updated.
- Thok's name is possibly a combination of the names of two Marvel Comics superheroes: Thor and Hulk. He comes from the Fremennik tribe, which is based on the historical culture of the Vikings, whose pantheon of gods included Thor. Likewise, similar to Hulk, he relies on savage strength and speaks in broken sentences with minimal personal pronouns.
- He often calls himself the "mightiest warrior in the land"; and, in some lines of his dialogue, he states his intention to "smash" various targets. These may be references to Hulk's two catchphrases: "Hulk is strongest one there is!" and the better-known "Hulk smash!".
- He tends to refer to people and creatures he believes are weaker than him as "puny", as does Hulk.
- During Thok Your Block Off, he temporarily loses his sword, and his skin turns green due to being poisoned. These may reference Hulk's green skin and his typically fighting barehanded.
- Thok's combat level is revealed to be 138 (198 after the Evolution of Combat, changed to 138 with the combat level system revert) in the saga Thok It To 'Em, when he and Marmaros fight Stomp. Before the Evolution of Combat, he was level 109.
- Thok has 120 Attack, 140 Strength, 99 Defence, 38 Constitution, 1 Ranged, and 0 Magic. He might have a Farming level of 60, has a Fishing level of 60, and probably has a Crafting level of 1. He also has 80 Slayer as he is capable of killing Nechryaels. However, as Thok wears the title "of Daemonheim" which requires the elite Daemonheim Tasks, his levels are higher than they appeared in the sagas.
- Thok named the Bouldabass after he chipped a tooth biting into its scales; however, he denies this, instead claiming that he chipped it on a Rammernaut.
- After the player receives all M. and Thok letters while Dungeoneering, Thok and the Rewards trader will give the player a commentary about the notes.
- Thok thinks the Dungeoneering rewards make modern adventurers lazy as can be seen in the 44th Postbag from the Hedge, where he comments on the Bonecrusher saying he would not be surprised they'd ask for a shoelacecrusher to save them from bending over occasionally.
- Thok names things according to what he thinks of them, such as the Luminescent icefiend, which he calls "Walking Icecube".
- His Dungeoneering cape is untrimmed despite the fact that he has the level 99 Attack required to wield a Primal 2h sword. This may be because he is not its official owner, since they won't believe he has level 99 Dungeoneering.
- After the release of Hard mode, Thok gained the title "of Daemonheim", proving that he has at least level 119 in Dungeoneering. Furthermore, cape stands constructed in Daemonheim always show the untrimmed Dungeoneering cape even if the builder has earned the right to wear the trimmed or master versions.
- Thok was a commentator for the Gielinor Games. He revealed during one of his announcements at the games that his father is also named Thok, making him a "Thokson".
- Prior to the release of Daemonheim Tasks, Thok was known as "Thok, Master of Dungeoneering".
- In the sagas, Thok's "unarmed" fighting and ability usage is actually him wielding weapons named Thok's fists, Thok's poison fists, and Thok's crab fists.
- Thok's character model within Thok it to 'Em and Thok Your Block Off is far more detailed than the one seen in Daemonheim, including muscular tone, more complex textures, and an updated face.
- Thok had 1,500 life points before the Evolution of Combat. This was rounded to 1,520 with the new life points system, which in turn changed his Constitution level to 38 because each Constitution level increased a character's maximum life points by 40. The Legacy Mode update changed the Constitution skill to grant 100 life points per level, which now results in Thok having 3,800 life points.