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Tirrie is one of the Spirits of the Elid, she is found in the Water Ravine Dungeon, inside the cave north-west of Uzer. A rope, ancestral key and the robes of elidinis are required to enter. During Crocodile Tears only a rope and the dowsing rod are required to enter.

According to the trio, the three water spirits share a united bond with one another, in that they all share the same brain but are separate entities, which explains why they finish each other's sentences. But they are not entirely united, because Tirrie and Nirrie will point out that Hallak leaves the toilet seat up, to which he exclaims "It's supposed to be like that!"

They are not only responsible for killing the Saradomonist monk who converted many of the citizens of Ullek from the Desert pantheon, (who thought his death was the reason for being cursed in the first place), but were also responsible for drying up the water fountain prior to the events in the Spirits of the Elid quest. When asked why they dried up the fountain, they provide insight into their reasoning and give you the option of the telling you the history between the alliance of Saradomin and Elidinis.

Tirrie also features in Crocodile Tears during which she and the other spirits enchant the dowsing rod.

Dialogue[edit | edit source]

Transcripts Tirrie speaks in:

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • It appears that when angered, they stop finishing each other's sentences. Players have an option to point this out to them, of which they explain that it happens when they get emotional.
  • They reveal that the White golem, Grey golem and Black golem were gifts from Saradomonist mages as a diplomatic gesture which further supports the alliance between Elidinis and Saradomin.
  • Oddly, both Tirrie and Nirrie use the same chathead, despite Tirrie having brown hair and Nirrie having blonde.
  • The spirits state that they existed during the First age, which implies Elidinis arrived during the First age.