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Tristessa's tragedy
Tristessa's tragedy
Release date 7 January 2016 (Update)
Members only? Yes
Quest item? No
Tradeable? No
Equipable? No
Stackable? No
High Alch 0 coins
Low Alch 0 coins
Destroy Drop
Store price Not sold
Weight 0 kg
Examine
The Tragedy of Tristessa.
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Tristessa's tragedy detail

Tristessa's tragedy is a scroll found in the Arceuus House Library in Great Kourend. Customers in the library may ask the player to provide the scroll for them, after which the player is rewarded with Arceuus House Favour and a book of arcane knowledge. The location of the scroll is random, and changes about every 90 minutes.

TranscriptEdit

Parts of this article are copyrighted by Jagex. It has a direct quote, copied verbatim, from Old School RuneScape or the Old School RuneScape website.

Across the city I did stare,
As it burned into the air,
To dream I did not even dare,
That across the city looking fair,
A man of such a countenance did bear
My love, a feeling which was rare.

With death the city was in disaster,
Life was lost and what else after,
The end of things and never laughter,
And yet the feeling for my master,
A man of such a countenance did bear
My love, a feeling which was rare.

Across the city our love betrayed,
Within our houses we had stayed,
And yet with such a willing maid,
Our plans together were laid
With a man of such a countenance did bear
My love, a feeling which was rare.

The day drew near to launch our plan,
Together we would be again,
The time apart which caused the strain,
Would soon be over as I deign,
A man of such a countenance did bear
My love, a feeling which was rare.

Where once our love grew so strong,
We would meet where we begun,
But how could I have been so wrong,
For who did I wait all day long?
A man of such a countenance did bear
My love no more did he share.

With sorrow I did look for sign,
Not understanding what was mine,
And our love which was entwine,
The future did seem only a crime,
A man of such a countenance did bear
My love no more did he share.

I climbed up to the highest tower,
And below as I looked upon the flower,
Down below my heart did not cower,
And I knew that this was the hour,
As the man of such a countenance did bear
My love, no more would any man share.

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