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|Release date||4 May 2005 (Update)|
|Quest NPC?||Tears of Guthix|
|Location||Lumbridge Swamp Caves|
|Notable features||Last remnants of an ancient race|
| A shimmering creature of blue light.
That one is carrying someone! (When carrying a player)
Light creatures are found near Juna in a chasm within the Lumbridge Swamp Caves. They are used to get across the chasm by using a Sapphire Bullseye lantern on them during the Tears of Guthix quest. Players cannot interact with them to ride them, but rather they must use a Sapphire lantern on one of the creatures to attract it. The light creatures are the last remnants of a delicate race, who were favoured by Guthix but were wiped out in the God Wars.
|“||Myriad and beautiful were the creatures and civilisations of the early ages of the world. Gielinor was a work of art, shaped lovingly over the millennia by the creative mind of Guthix. Only the sturdiest races survived the God Wars, and even then only by abandoning their high culture and gearing their societies towards war. Of the more delicate races there is now no trace, and almost no memory. One such race had bodies as fragile as snowflakes, yet they built crystal cities that stood for a thousand years. The wind would whisper through the spires and fill them with sweet harmonies, and the rising sun would shine through the precious gems that studded the towers and create inter plays of light as if rainbows were dancing. Indeed, so marvelous was this light-show that the patterns of light themselves became alive, and great flocks of luminous creatures rode along the gem cast beams, each drawn to its own colour. The creatures you see floating in this chasm are the last sorry remnants of that age. I do not know how they made their way here and survived to this time, but I am grateful for their company.||”|