The Worker district, often called the slums, is the smallest district of Menaphos, primarily harbouring the city's slaves and labourers. These can be found mining, begging and lamenting their fate around the district, overlooked by the Menaphite Guard. There are also facilities for pottery and a smelting furnace in the area. The slums' associated faction is the Worker faction whose leader Batal is located next to the district's bonfire.
Currently, the slaves are in open revolt as their Sophanite counterparts were temporarily relieved of their duties whilst the city was quarantined. Captain Coenus has succeeded in halting the rebellion in the upper quarters of the city, but the Ports and Worker districts are still protesting.
|| Bank deposit box
||Gain access to a bank deposit box within the Worker district.
||Faction head (worker district)
||Unlock the faction head for the Worker district.
||Worker district teleport
||Unlock the ability to create Worker district, shifting tombs and Sophanem Slayer Dungeon teleportation tablets in your player-owned house.
||Faction legs (worker district)
||Unlock the faction legs for the Worker district.
|| Bank chest
||Gain access to a bank chest within the Worker district.
||Faction body (worker district)
||Unlock the faction body for the Worker district.
||Worker district skilling boost
||Permanently improve your Mining success rate within the Worker district when mining for sandstone.[a 1]
||'of the worker district' title
||Unlock the '[Name] of the Worker district' title.
||Unlock the magic carpet pet from the Worker district.
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- patch 14 August 2017 (Update):
- Blocking has been added to a tile in the Menaphos Worker district.
- Upon examining tents in the Worker district, the examine text reads "The workers of Menaphos appreciate your attention to detail." This is probably a message left by the developers thanking players for taking the time to examine scenery.