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|Release date||15 August 2002 (Update)|
|Start point||Speak to Councillor Halgrive outside of the East Ardougne church.|
|Description||Dispose of plagued sheep and save Ardougne!|
|Length||Short - Long|
|Enemies to defeat||None|
- Speak to Councillor Halgrive. He will say that he is concerned about some plagued sheep and would like you to get rid of them by poisoning them and incinerating them in a special area they set up by Farmer Brumty. He will give you some poisoned sheep feed and then tell you to pick up a plague suit from Doctor Orbon.
- Head inside the church and talk to Doctor Orbon, who will ask for 100 coins in return for the suit.
- Head to the incinerator just north-west of the center exit of the northern side of East Ardougne. Enter the fenced enclosure using the gate on the west side.
- Take the cattleprod lying on the ground near the incinerator.
- Now, you can begin to dispose of the sheep by wielding the prod and then using it to direct the sheep into the pen around the barn. You only need one of each colour (in any order), and you can finish one sheep at a time. For each sheep, once you have directed them to the gate of the incinerator complex, give them some poisoned food to kill them and then use their bones on the incinerator.
Note that the sheep have two bleats: one in capital letters and the other one lower cased. When directing them to the incinerator complex, if they baa in lower case, they will walk back to their initial area. An easy trick is to spam click the sheep so that it does not walk back to its initial area.
Once all of the bones have been incinerated, head back to Halgrive and claim your reward of 3,000 coins (and expenses of 100 coins), and you are done with the quest.