|Start point||Speak to King Roald in the Varrock Palace.|
|Description||Recently contact has been lost with the temple to Saradomin on Misthalins' Eastern border. King Roald would be very interested to know what has caused this lack of communication, and seeks an adventurer willing to report back to him on the situation.|
|Requirements||Able to defeat a combat level 30 enemy without Magic.|
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Beginning the Quest Edit
The temple is located east of Varrock. Go through the wooden gate northeast of the east exit. Then, follow the path to the temple. Knock on the door, and someone will ask you if you will help him by killing the dog. Tell him you will.
Returning to the KingEdit
Items required: None.
Go back and knock on the door again. You will hear the voice from earlier acting very strange, suggesting that you speak to King Roald.
Head back to Varrock Palace, using Varrock teletab (optional) and talk to King Roald again. King Roald becomes enraged, and "explains" that the dog was guarding the palace from attack. He instructs you to go back and fix it right away.
Back to the TempleEdit
Note: due to your inventory only having a capacity of 28 spaces, you will most likely have to do this part in 2 trips, unless you have Runecrafting pouches. It is suggested to bring 22 essence the first trip along with the other necessary items, then banking and returning with a full inventory of essence.
Travel east, and knock on the temple door again. This time, the door swings open. Kill one of the level 30 Monks of Zamorak to get a golden key. Note: these monks can hit hard with their Magic. After receiving the key, go to the top floor using either flight of stairs, then climbing the ladder in the southwest corner, and use the talk-through option found on the cell door to talk to Drezel. Ask him to tell you about the holy river, and he will tell you how Saradomin made the river impassable for all that are evil. He says that the river may have been tainted and asks you to help purify it again. He will also tell you that he can't leave with the vampire still there, and tells you that the water from the river might be able to temporarily seal the vampire's tomb.
Next, go into the dungeon. With the golden key, you can unlock the gate in the Temple Dungeon where the guardian was located earlier. After traversing the path, you will see some monuments. Study them; you will notice one of them has an iron key in it. Use the golden key on it to swap keys. After obtaining the iron key, use your bucket on the well to fill it with murky water.
Go back to the top floor, and use the iron key on the cell door. Then, go inside, and talk to Drezel. You will find out that the water is not blessed. He will then bless the bucket of water that you filled earlier and give it back to you. Use it on the coffin to seal the vampire. Talk to Drezel again and he will tell you to meet him in the dungeon.
Go to the monument room, and then go through the gate past it. You will find Drezel there. Talk to him. He will tell you that the river has been unblessed. You suggest using rune essence to remove the Zamorakian magic. He tells you it will take 50 rune essence to do it (pure essence will also work). Note that Drezel will not take noted essence! When you bring the unnoted essence, talk to him again, and give them to him. You can use more than one trip to bring Drezel the 50 essence, using the Varrock teletab to save walking back to Varrock.
When you have given Drezel all 50 essence, the quest is complete!
- 1 Quest point
- 1,406 Prayer experience
- Access to Morytania
- Wolfbane dagger (when fighting werewolves in Morytania, this will stop them from changing into their more powerful werewolf form if the dagger is equipped).
- It is a good idea to use Varrock Teleport a total of 3 times - one for returning to King Roald, another for 23 or 24 rune essence if you have a staff and everything for the rest of the quest and lastly for the remaining 26 or 27.
- It's also a good idea to complete the Abyss (miniquest) to get the Small pouch to carry 3 extra essence.